backup reports total bytes: 0, but backup runs normal

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backup reports total bytes: 0, but backup runs normal

Postby secondnaturesteveolution » Fri Nov 16, 2007 7:34 am

One of my servers running windows 2000 standard and backup assist 3.4.2 is reporting normal and there is a backup file in the specified location. the reporting indicates that I haven't backed anything up.

Phase One backup operation - success.
Scanning for skipped files...
Number of open files successfully copied: 0
Number of locked files (cannot be copied): 0
Phase Two backup operation - not required.

Total bytes: 0
Total files: 0
Total directories: 0
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However later on in the report's details i can see this isn't true, and the backup location has a backup file with restorable file's in it.

Files: 61453
Bytes: 39,355,452,344
Time: 1 hour, 19 minutes, and 52 seconds

What would cause this to happen? how can I fix this? Appologizes in advanced if this has been discussed. I search around for quite a while for someone else with this problem but couldn't find the solution.
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WOWZAs

Postby secondnaturesteveolution » Sat Nov 17, 2007 8:42 am

Thanks Raj I will update tonight or on monday and let you know what happens :D
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Nothing doing

Postby secondnaturesteveolution » Fri Dec 14, 2007 7:55 am

Doesn't appear to make a difference. I am at 3.5.3 now and there is no change in the reporting. Any other ideas? Anyone else have this problem?
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Whoops

Postby secondnaturesteveolution » Fri Dec 14, 2007 7:57 am

I should have read Raj's post before spouting off. I will send you the log. Thanks
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