velvetjones Ars Centurion Registered: May 2, 2005Posts: 227 Posted: Sun Dec 25, 2005 4:46 pm Just curious, did you check the defragmentation on your server where you're storing the backups? Cheers, Darren Re: Windows backup failure mystery Posted 3868 days ago by Tim Anderson • • • Reply Have you tried running the backup as a different user? I have also tried installing the two hot fixes, 158865_ENU, 211474_ENU downloaded from Microsoft but they are not necessary to install because of SP1 currently installed. I've noticed that the Backup device is >connected to the "Compaq Integrated Smart Array Controlled" which also >has the local drive connected to it. http://kreativexpert.com/ntbackup-error/ntbackup-error-31.html
Ntfs.sys 5.2.3790.4766 Click here to access the document “A Windows Server 2003 SP2-based iSCSI boot server cannot generate dump files if the server uses a Storport virtual miniport as the LUN If it is a small network, try swapping the switch. We get the same error intermittantly on writing, and every time on the verify as noted - Error: The device reported an error on a request to read data from the Applicable countries and regions Worldwide Back to top Document id:MIGR-5073300 Last modified:2008-07-03 Copyright © 2016 IBM Corporation Sign in To access your authorized content and to customize your pages.
In this case, this option fixed the issue. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Also, if you have a managed switch, check the switch to see if it is logging hardware errors on the port.
Check that the backup machine can still access the network. Gotta go try that. Running 3-4 consecutive cleaning cycles will usually resolve this problem. Error reported: Hardware failure.
A RAID? I've checked the Event logs and they do not contain errors that would give me a clue as to what the issue would be. Re: Windows backup failure mystery Posted 3265 days ago by Tim Anderson • • • Reply Jeff and others, The only solution I found is what I described in the post Glad I didn't, sounds like even simple USB drives, directly connected, are having the same problem.
One NIC is connected to the production network and the other NIC is used to connect to a backup network to dump .BKF files to an SMB CIFS share on a Sometime I can get a backup to work, most times it fails with the following in the log: Error: The device reported an error on a request to write data to SCSI transfer rate to the tape device is too fast; use the manufacturer's SCSI setup program to lower the transfer rate. So let's break out both possibilities in the error message: "C: is not a valid drive." Is C: a single drive?
Elated Smack-Fu Master, in training Registered: Jan 5, 2005Posts: 86 Posted: Thu Dec 22, 2005 11:46 am Nothing on any of the logs on the file server that is out of check my blog We created a new user, made it a member of Backup Operators, and everything now works fine. Any solution/workaround avail? I just switched off volume shadow copy /SNAPff (like Fulgan said) luckily i don't need to try and backup in use files which you may have to and which you require
Ask ! Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. Workaround Hardware compression is preferred and is built into the tape backup unit firmware. this content Solving a high school conjecture Hard to compute real numbers JFK to New Jersey on a student's budget Is there a formal language to define a cryptographic protocol?
Users will be able to print short one page jobs, but gradually multi page jobs will begin to take minutes, then hours, to complete as the frequency of port errors increases. Looking in the backup log half way through a backup of a folder it would declare Error: \\Nas01\sales is not a valid drive, or you do not have access.. I had 4 hard drives in a raid 10 configuration.
Intermittant backup success. Disclaimer One or more of the links above will take you outside the Hewlett-Packard Web site, HP does not control and is not responsible for information outside of the HP Web All rights reserved. Yeah, this has been a frustrating one for me too.
Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. There are 2 partitions on the file server hard drive (which is itself a mirrored RAID setup). Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? have a peek at these guys I have checked everywhere but i do not find any option to Format the tape.
I have looked on certain forums throughout the internet and still had no luck, this is a pretty critical error Microsoft need to take care of. But I'll disable it and see if that helps just in case.Hopefully that will help Thanks. Use PRTG to monitor LANs, servers, websites, applications and devices, bandwidth, virtual environments, remote systems, IoT, and many more. Are there ever cases of incorrect reports like this, or could there be another hardware problem?
Ntbackup writes the media label and starts to backup then gives the error. Thank so much in advance. 0 Question by:SG_IT Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 13 Best Solution byrhinoceros >>"Error: The device reported an error on a request to read data from media.