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I have the same problem using Mac OS with vers. 6.0.8. The surprising part . . it worked with vers. 6.0.2. (it was great having daily BU's without having to do anything). When I upgraded to 6.0.6 it stopped working - would write the new BU folder to the network server, but would stop with an error trying to create the BU file.

I'm now backing up on the local volume and manually copying the file to the server. A real pain in the A, but it works for now. Just hoping they fix it in 6.1.

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Ron! wrote on Wed, 27 April 2005 10:04

I have the same problem using Mac OS with vers. 6.0.8. The surprising part . . it worked with vers. 6.0.2. (it was great having daily BU's without having to do anything). When I upgraded to 6.0.6 it stopped working - would write the new BU folder to the network server, but would stop with an error trying to create the BU file.

I'm now backing up on the local volume and manually copying the file to the server. A real pain in the A, but it works for now. Just hoping they fix it in 6.1.

Ron


Yes, we have the same situation. We also have the issue of Kerio crashing and shutting down if the backup gets over 2gb. But, we can do a manual backup using gzip and the backup file can be as big as needed. So, right now we use gzip to manually create the backup file which is 3.5gb in size and then manually copy it to our NAS server. This is a huge pain and I really hope this gets fixed soon!
We are using Redhat with KMS 6.08 by the way.

[Updated on: Wed, 27 April 2005 23:51]

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