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Since Kerio Connect 7.4.0, we get the error message:

[21/May/2012 10:39:33] OZipFile.cpp: BACKUP: Insufficient space on backup disk (0 MB), minimal free disk space required for backup is 2560 MB.
[21/May/2012 10:39:33] backup.cpp: BACKUP: Can't open file /mnt/backup/mail/C20120521T083933Z.part.

/mnt/backup is a CIFS mount with 3.9T available disk space. The directory "mail" does exist, is writable and there are already older backups in it.

The last successful backup is dated 2012-05-08. That's the day we upgraded to Kerio Connect 7.4.0.

Is this a known bug?

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The bugfix will be available in Kerio Connect 7.4.1

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Is it possible this bug is back? I'm getting it on 8.3 but not all the time.

Running Debian 7.5 64bit with a backup running to a NFS mount.
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