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NpPeek: No data ?!

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I've got a Windows NT server running the TSM 5.1.1 BA client that has a daily incremental backup job running on it. Yesterday the backup started but never finished. When I look at the DSMSCHED.LOG file, I can see the schedule start but there's no indication that the job ever completes. In the DSMERROR.LOG file, there are a bunch of messages "NpPeek: No data". Does anyone know what this is? :confused:
 

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Nothing. The client schedule is just sitting there until it gets cancelled. I did notice this morning that I had a 250MB file in the \tsm\baclient directory - tsmC__.jdb.pag - that I think is a work file for one of the services. I tried to shut down the CAD and the journal service and the journal service started looping on me. Had to kill it, but the file is still there. We'll wait and see what happens tonight.
 

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