Scheduled job aborts !! - Veritas Backup Exec

This is a discussion on Scheduled job aborts !! - Veritas Backup Exec ; I have problem where a scheduled backup job aborts for no reason, well none that I have found anyway. Backup Exec version 8.6 build level 3808 Windows 2000 Server, Service Pack 2 The backup job is set to backup a ...

+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 2 of 2

Thread: Scheduled job aborts !!

  1. Scheduled job aborts !!

    I have problem where a scheduled backup job aborts for no reason, well none
    that I have found anyway.

    Backup Exec version 8.6 build level 3808
    Windows 2000 Server, Service Pack 2

    The backup job is set to backup a remote server, using the Backup Exec Agent
    first. Then backup local Exchange 2000 installation and then local C and D
    Drives.

    Backup job aborts reporting it has been done by a User, see below :

    ================================================== ==
    Performing Remote Agent backup

    Media Name: "Media created 17/05/2002 23:08:02 "
    Backup of "\\MYSERVER\C$ "
    Backup set #1 on storage media #1
    Backup set description: "Full backup"
    Backup Type: FULL - Back Up Files - Reset Archive Bit
    Backup started on 17/05/2002 at 23:08:43 .
    File "MMC2.tmp" in use - Backed up.
    The media operation was terminated by the user.
    ^ ^ ^ ^ ^

    Backup completed on 17/05/2002 at 23:15:06 .
    Backed up 2857 files in 365 directories.
    1 file was in use
    Processed 398,647,387 bytes in 6 minutes and 23 seconds.
    Throughput rate: 59.6 MB/min
    =================================================

    There are no Users in the office at 11pm to abort this !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Have checked AT Command schedule
    Logged in as Backup Exec Server Account and deleted and recreated backup job
    Uninstalled and re-installed software, worked OK for a while, but now its
    back again !!!

    Always aborts after seven minutes, even if I change the backup start time.

    Anyone had anything similar or has any ideas.

    Thanks
    Simon




  2. Re: Scheduled job aborts !!


    I havn't seen this particular error but It seems as if you are doing all the
    right things. The 'Aborted by user' may be a 'red herring'. I suggest you
    install the new build 3878 and give it a try. You will also have to reinstall
    the remote agents on the remote servers to keep the same builds. I found
    the first build was pretty buggy with remote 2000, OFO and exchange, but
    this one runs fairly smooth.

    Jack

    "Simon" wrote:
    >I have problem where a scheduled backup job aborts for no reason, well none
    >that I have found anyway.
    >
    >Backup Exec version 8.6 build level 3808
    >Windows 2000 Server, Service Pack 2
    >
    >The backup job is set to backup a remote server, using the Backup Exec Agent
    >first. Then backup local Exchange 2000 installation and then local C and

    D
    >Drives.
    >
    >Backup job aborts reporting it has been done by a User, see below :
    >
    >================================================== ==
    >Performing Remote Agent backup
    >
    >Media Name: "Media created 17/05/2002 23:08:02 "
    >Backup of "\\MYSERVER\C$ "
    >Backup set #1 on storage media #1
    >Backup set description: "Full backup"
    >Backup Type: FULL - Back Up Files - Reset Archive Bit
    >Backup started on 17/05/2002 at 23:08:43 .
    >File "MMC2.tmp" in use - Backed up.
    >The media operation was terminated by the user.
    >^ ^ ^ ^ ^
    >
    >Backup completed on 17/05/2002 at 23:15:06 .
    >Backed up 2857 files in 365 directories.
    >1 file was in use
    >Processed 398,647,387 bytes in 6 minutes and 23 seconds.
    >Throughput rate: 59.6 MB/min
    >=================================================
    >
    >There are no Users in the office at 11pm to abort this !!!!!!!!!!!!!
    >
    >Have checked AT Command schedule
    >Logged in as Backup Exec Server Account and deleted and recreated backup

    job
    >Uninstalled and re-installed software, worked OK for a while, but now its
    >back again !!!
    >
    >Always aborts after seven minutes, even if I change the backup start time.
    >
    >Anyone had anything similar or has any ideas.
    >
    >Thanks
    >Simon
    >
    >
    >



+ Reply to Thread