I am getting this weird backup faillure on a particular saveset whilst all the other savesets of the same server backed-up fine.
Registry - Cannot save Registry key SOFTWARE: 0x00000070
Registry - Error saving
39078pid 18768): RPC error: RPC cannot encode arguments
7162pid 18768): save of SYSTEM STATE:\ to zednbs03 failed
<ERROR> : Failed with error(s)
I have no idea on which disk partition the System State:\ is.
I investigated on the server and it turns out C:\ is full and out of space. Would this affect backups on that partition?
Thanks in Advance,
What is the Networker version on this client? Looks like it is a Windows 2003 Server. In this case the first thing I would suggest you is to run ntbackup for SYSTEM STATE and see if it works. System State backup can fail due to the issues with OS as well. Free space in C:\ could be one of the reasons.
I believe there are temporary files created during the backup of the system savesets; however I would expect the O/S to have issues if the disk it is installed on ran out of space. Can you remove any temporary files and try again?