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In NetBackup 7.5, if 'bpexpdate -recalculate' is invoked from the command line without the '-d' or '-ret' option, incorrect expiration dates for images may be recalculated, which may lead to early expiration of those images.
Doc. ID: AL1299 | 2014-11-04
Restores or verification of a limited number of Exchange and Sharepoint images protected using NetBackup 7.1.0.x to PDDO/MSDP storage units fail with the error "invalid tar header encountered, attempting to continue"
Doc. ID: AL1409 | 2014-11-04
Exclude and include lists are being recognized by user and catalog backups. This may lead to unintended exclusions during backup.
Doc. ID: AL1020 | 2014-11-04
On an alternate client, off-host snapshots back up the local drive instead of the snapshot volume.
Doc. ID: AL1371 | 2014-11-04
When Auto Image Replication is configured in NetBackup 7.6.0.x, import jobs may fail intermittently with a status code 226 (the entity already exists) reported.
Doc. ID: AL1587 | 2014-11-04
NetBackup's Sybase ASA fails to start, returning "Internal database error *** ERROR *** Assertion failed"
Doc. ID: AL1452 | 2014-11-04
On Windows systems running NetBackup 7.x Media Server Deduplication, queue processing may fail if the sorted tmp file reaches 4 GB in size.
Doc. ID: AL1101 | 2014-11-04
A potential for data loss exists when using NetBackup 6.5.x PDDO with PureDisk 22.214.171.124 or PureDisk 126.96.36.199. This issue specficially affects Optimized Duplication.
Doc. ID: AL1086 | 2014-11-04
There is a potential for data loss in certain NetBackup 7.5 Replication Director configurations when using NetApp SnapVault with the NetApp Plugin 1.0 for Symantec NetBackup.
Doc. ID: AL1418 | 2014-11-04
On NetBackup 7.6 GA to 188.8.131.52 clients on Mac OS X and FreeBSD, NetBackup does not correctly back up files greater than 4GB when Accelerator is enabled.
Doc. ID: AL1609 | 2014-11-04
When using NetBackup to protect Windows 2012 NTFS Data Deduplication volumes, restored DFSR (Distributed File System Replication) data may be corrupt.
Doc. ID: AL1563 | 2014-11-04
With a Solaris SPARC NetBackup master and Linux or Windows media server, there is a potential for full restores of a VM with independent disks to fail.
Doc. ID: AL1584 | 2014-11-04
After duplicating full VMware images, block-level incremental backups based on full backups may expire earlier than expected when Copy 1 of the full backup expires.
Doc. ID: AL1136 | 2014-11-04
A tape holding copy 1 of a synthetic full backup may have its expiration time set incorrectly when under the control of a storage lifecycle policy.
Doc. ID: AL1361 | 2014-11-04
Duplicated images using OpenStorage technologies (OST) direct copy to tape may fail to restore the last file in the image when the SIZE_DATA_BUFFERS_DISK setting is greater than 64K.
Doc. ID: AL1291 | 2014-11-04
Backups taken with the NetBackup Snapshot Client with Instant Recovery snapshots enabled are not restorable when a snapshot is taken of a mounted drive whose path includes a space character
Doc. ID: AL1078 | 2014-11-04
Under certain circumstances, NetBackup may skip a random stream during SharePoint backups, resulting in an inability to restore.
Doc. ID: AL1463 | 2014-11-04
When adding new schedules to a NetBackup synthetic policy on Windows, the include file list may be incorrect for future backups.
Doc. ID: AL1556 | 2014-11-04
Data loss can occur on PDDO storage servers for images replicated from an MSDP storage server.
Doc. ID: AL1205 | 2014-11-04
Differential incremental catalog backups may skip recently updated configuration information. This can result in restores which will not bring configuration state to the expected point in time.
Doc. ID: AL1310 | 2014-11-04