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06-25-2009, 03:14 PM
I've been getting this error lately on a fileserver. The MEMORYEFFICIENT switch seems to push the filesize "limit" higher, but doesn't completely resolve it.
Fortunately, the system that had the problem in my case, was a management system, not a server that was being backed up by the client. I haven't had it occur on a server (yet)
I reinstalled it on a clean machine. I think the installer is leaving reg keys somewhere that keep the problem even after the client is "removed".
Thanks, I just pieced together the parts needed from this thread and it worked great! Older thread, but still applicable
In case you're still following the thread. http://www.symantec.com/business/products/training.jsp?pcid=1018&pvid=2_1
I've found TSM to be alot easier to manage and alot lighter on client resources(when properly configured) than other products. The learning curve can be steep when thrust into the middle of it, but...
11-04-2008, 11:04 AM
Have you checked your library? Assuming you have multiple drives in it, have you tested the drives? possibly the dup is using a drive the backup is not?
11-04-2008, 10:59 AM
Was the resolution of this confirmed to be disk space?
I had done that as well. It turned out to be a problem with my client installation on my desktop.
everything else was working as normal with the client, but that was what was broken. Using a client on a different system let me right in. Something was kludged on my client config.
Ok, I'm new to TSM and have stumbled into what I think is a problem.
The version is 5.5
I have the Backup/Archive GUI client and scheduler service installed on a server, and the gui client on my...
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