Unable to Delete Job - Veritas Backup Exec

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  1. Unable to Delete Job

    I have a big problem with trying to delete a blocked job. I have
    rebooted the server several times and nothing will clear this job up.
    Can anything be done or is it stuck forever.

    Thanks,

    Chris



  2. Re: Unable to Delete Job


    Did you find out why the job is blocked? or is it stuck in editing mode? I
    had one stuck in editing mode and could not delete it. The only way to remove
    it was to delete the bkupexec_ object from NDS after shutting
    down backup exec, that is where the jobs are held. The program recreates
    it next time it is run.


    Chris Meisinger wrote:
    >I have a big problem with trying to delete a blocked job. I have
    >rebooted the server several times and nothing will clear this job up.
    >Can anything be done or is it stuck forever.
    >
    >Thanks,
    >
    >Chris
    >
    >



  3. Re: Unable to Delete Job

    I was able to eventually delete the job it involved deleting the partition which
    was fine since I was just setting up BackupExec on a new server. I had trouble
    with the SCSI controller and eventually was able to get everything working.

    Chris

    Stephen wrote:

    > Did you find out why the job is blocked? or is it stuck in editing mode? I
    > had one stuck in editing mode and could not delete it. The only way to remove
    > it was to delete the bkupexec_ object from NDS after shutting
    > down backup exec, that is where the jobs are held. The program recreates
    > it next time it is run.
    >
    > Chris Meisinger wrote:
    > >I have a big problem with trying to delete a blocked job. I have
    > >rebooted the server several times and nothing will clear this job up.
    > >Can anything be done or is it stuck forever.
    > >
    > >Thanks,
    > >
    > >Chris
    > >
    > >



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