Hi, I use Networker 7.5.2. Recently I met a problem when I tried to backup a file in a folder using Networker User manually. The status shows:
backup: E:\XXXX\XXXXXX.xls 0KB 00:16:52 0 files
But the file really exits and has size of more than 100kb. When check the Volumn data sets of media In Networker console, I found there was one but with the size of 4B:
Client Save Set Level Status Size Flags
abcdefg E:\XXXX\XXXXXX.xls manual browsable 4b cb
So I could not recover this file. This happened to all files in this folder
When I backup files in another folder, it is successful.
Both folders has the security settings and the System has the privilege of Full Control.
Anyone has opinions about the problem? Thank you in advance.
Not backup group, but on the host file system (you said you did manual backup, didn't you?). Skip directive won't backup data, but you will see saveset registered - that's normal.
You can make debug test on client and it will be more clear as to why is this happening.
Hi Hrvoje, thank you. But there are no skip directives for that file system, only AES encryption is used. And I really did the backup test using Networker User on the client system.
Let's make a test. Go to client where this data is. Go to E:\XXXX\ (btw, is this local disk or mnt point/junction?)
save -s <backup server name> -D9 -b <POOL> E:\XXXX\XXXXXX.xls > debug.log 2>&1
Once done, in debug.log you will have debug output from save while trying to save single E:\XXXX\XXXXXX.xls file. Inside it should be visible why this action is not done.