Duplicate backup of Sharepoint content database fails with corrupt file error when the original backup used AOFO/VSS.
|Article:TECH187170|||||Created: 2012-04-24|||||Updated: 2012-07-11|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH187170|
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When duplicating a backup to disk of a Sharepoint Content DB that used AOFO/VSS in the original backup, the duplicate job mail fail with the following error message.
Duplicate- SQLV-79-57344-65069 - WARNING: "SharePoint - 80\Content-DB 1
(SQL\WSS_Content)\WSS_Content" is a corrupt file. This file cannot verify.
It seems that when the original backup is done to disk there is something about the backup/catalog that causes a problem during the subsequent set copy job. The Backup Exec Job Engine debug from the duplicate job shows the following indication:
Error: SetCopyDstMessageHandler encountered an unexpected message: class
Note that this error only occurs if the duplicate is of a backup that was run with AOFO/VSS enabled.
If this issue occurs the original backup job should be changed to turn off the Advanced Open File Option (AOFO). This will allow successful duplicate backup jobs.
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