Backup Exec job engine service (BENGINE.exe) terminates in KERNEL32.DLL during a Synthetic Incremental Backup job in Backup Exec 2012.
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At the end of a Synthetic Incremental Backup job in Backup Exec 2012 the Backup Exec job engine service (BENGINE.EXE) may terminate in KERNEL32.DLL.
Backup Exec 2012
Low Virtual Memory on the Backup Exec server during Synthetic backups.
Recommend to configure a Synthetic backup job to be multiple jobs to reduce amount of memory usage per job.
Increase the memory on the Backup Exec media server.
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Synthetic Incremental crashes BENGINE in Kernel32.dll.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH189932