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Windows - Delayed Write Failed

Created: 11 Oct 2012 | 8 comments

Dear all !

 

Some day, i try backup data with Symantect Backup Exec 10d for windows server but have many problem.

Always have error , please see picture bellow more details

 

I'm very tired !
 

I save backup data on S: ( This removeable disk)

 I make a new folder B2B, make a new Media Set , make a new Device back up (Backup-to-disk-folder) . but still error.

Event viewer log :

 

Please help me !!
 

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CraigV's picture

Hi,

 

Check the TN below for troubleshooting tips on this:

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH130540

Thanks!

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lmosla's picture

Hi kieum,

How much space do you have on this drive? 

Reboot your server and then create another b2d job to run the backup to.

 

kiuem's picture

Dear Lmossla !

That disk have free space 1,2TB  !
I rebooted server and create another B2D job but the same error !

 

CraigV's picture

OK...stop the BE services, and then run an NTbackup to that external drive...

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kiuem's picture

Dear all Symantec support team !

I'm try my best but i dont know why probem can not issue, every one can be support via team viewer ?
Please help me ! Too long time, i can issue that problem. 

My boss waring me :((. I dont want lost my job !

I'm sad at heart !

Thanks for all !

 

pkh's picture

Delayed write fail is a hardware problem and OS problem.  It has nothing to do with BE.  It is probably caused by a bad connector, e.g. if you are using a USB disk and the USB connector is loose.  I would suggest that you change your USB cable and the socket.

Also you can try to disable the write caching.  See this document

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/259716

If this document does not match your OS, search the Net for "disable write caching"

Jaydeep S's picture

Also, Use the B2D Test tool on his volume and check if there are any errors

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH69107

CraigV's picture

...have you even tried to run an NTbackup?

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