SO...it seems strange to me that a NORMAL EVENT during a backup should PRODUCE an ERROR log Entry with a nice BIG RED "X".I am inquiring as to wether this is The DO_NOT_REMOVE_NtFrs_PreInstall_Directory Go to Solution +1 4 Participants Duncan Meyers LVL 30 Storage28 Cyber-Dude LVL 15 Storage9 Tijani1150 bali_guru007 4 Comments LVL 30 Overall: Level 30 Storage 28 Message Active This option makes sure that your computer systems backup process completes successfully and maintains the integrity of the backup files. Comments: Mark Sifflett After I encountered this error, I checked the backup log and I found that NTBackup had been configured to try to back up the Exchange data on our Check This Out
The 'Active Directory' returned 'c80003fa' from a call to 'BackupReadFile' additional data '-' The operation was ended. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... You cannot back up all of the specified data to this disk device.The backup operation will stop. Verify: Off Mode: Append Type: Copy Consult the backup report for more details.
If you are not a registered user on Windows IT Pro, click Register. For example: Vista Application Error 1001. TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser Office Office 365 Exchange Server SQL Server x 2 Alan Burton I was getting this EventID 8019 and 8001 in my event log. May 18, 2005 Jerold Schulman | Windows IT Pro EMAIL Tweet Comments 0 Advertisement When you backup the system state and the Exchange Server 2003 information store in the same backup,
Method 2: The issue may be caused also by your security program suchas anti-virus or a Windows Firewall /Defender which might have conflicting settings as to not to perform certain tasks. Covered by US Patent. The strange rub is this...after a backup cycle, I view the Event log application Folder and there are always these 2 Error Code Log Entries,Entry one. Event InformationAccording to Microsoft:When you try to add data to or try to restore data from a Microsoft Windows 2000 backup (.bkf) file, you may receive the following error message: [Unrecognized
Explanation This information-only event indicates that the requested backup operation is completed. I found that KB article ME817688 discuses my issue. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Cyber 0 Message Author Comment by:Tijani1150 ID: 113585942004-06-21 sorry Cyber-Dude I only saw your reply now 0 Message Expert Comment by:bali_guru007 ID: 276658632010-03-16 This is the error message
To perform Clean Boot, do the following steps: 1. http://kb.eventtracker.com/evtpass/evtpages/EventId_8001_NTBackup_45733.asp To workaround this behavior, back up the system state and the Exchange Server 2003 information store using separate backup .BKF files. Suggestion 4: Load the operating system in Clean Boot state and start backup operation and see the result. Note: In some situation you should uninstall that application (anti-malware) and reset the system to make sure that it does not interfere in your backup operation.
By the way, Event 8001 usually simply signifies that the backup is complete, To ensure that backups could work, you can attempt a test restore, redirecting it to an alternate location, his comment is here Looking to get things done in web development? I have installed the fix and the problem has not reappeared since. Directories: 0 Files: 0 Bytes: 0 Time: 1 secondThis behavior occurs because the Volume Shadow Copy service places Exchange Server 2003 in a 'backup in progress' state, causing the Exchange Server
JSI Tip 8288. Meanwhile, is there any other event related to NTBackup? Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions.
I am a jack of many trades master of few. http://www.microsoft.com/technet/co...e8c5&mid=0ab50f93-9cde-4b33-bd42-36cc8700c308 MarkD, Sep 26, 2005 #5 Ian Guest MarkD wrote: > From what I have seen it started to occur about a month ago, no new software > or even So, the best point to troubleshoot your problem is installing the latest hotfix for VSS (as I provided you in my previous post) and also, starting the system in clean boot This means you can back up when applications are using the files and no longer have to worry about backups failing because files were in use.
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