Remote NetWare server auto-reboots/No ABEND.LOG - Veritas Backup Exec

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  1. Remote NetWare server auto-reboots/No ABEND.LOG

    I've been having problems with one of my remote Netware 5.1 servers. This
    has been a problem since Nw51sp4. My 3 other netware servers, including the
    media server, work fine.

    The remote server automatically reboots itself when backing up one of my 2
    data volumes (never the same directory/file, but almost always about 4/5 of
    the way finished with the volume). I've also ran vrepair without success.

    I've tried everything I can think of, and this evening I updated all my
    servers to NW51SP5 only to get the same results. I'm using Backup Exec for
    Netware build 8.5.194.1

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

    --
    John Harris
    University of Utah
    LAN Manager





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    "J. Harris" wrote:
    >I've been having problems with one of my remote Netware 5.1 servers. This
    >has been a problem since Nw51sp4. My 3 other netware servers, including

    the
    >media server, work fine.
    >
    >The remote server automatically reboots itself when backing up one of my

    2
    >data volumes (never the same directory/file, but almost always about 4/5

    of
    >the way finished with the volume). I've also ran vrepair without success.
    >
    >I've tried everything I can think of, and this evening I updated all my
    >servers to NW51SP5 only to get the same results. I'm using Backup Exec for
    >Netware build 8.5.194.1
    >
    >Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
    >
    >--
    >John Harris
    >University of Utah
    >LAN Manager
    >
    >
    >
    >

    I used to have a similar problem with 2 of my remote servers. The only difference
    was they would hang. The fix I found was that I hadn't set up OFO correctly
    on the 2 servers. 40meg per GB of space is required to create a proper cache
    file.


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