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John Hurley Absent Member.
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Omniback II V3.5 Issue

We currently run HP Omniback II v3.5 on a Windows NT4 SP6 server PDC. The server also does our File & Print Sharing. Omniback II has been configured with 3 HP tape drives (1 * DDS3, 2 * DDS4).
All the media pools have been set to "loose, appendable", and the backup protection at 5 days.
We try to run 3 backup sets to the DDS3 drive - File, Exchange and SQL6.5.
If they are scheduled to start at once, one starts, the others queue, but we get an application error when the first finishes and the second begins.
Likewise if they are scheduled to run at different times, we get the same application error.
If we manually run the backups the first always works perfectly, but when a second session is started to the same tape - application error again.

The application error is as follows

Exception: Access violation (0xc0000005), Address: 0xC0427075

We have reinstalled the application and reconfigured everything.

Any information would be appreciated.



p.S. This thread has been moved from Storage > General to Data Protector Support and News Forum. - Hp Forum Moderator

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CHRIS ANORUO Absent Member.
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Re: Omniback II V3.5 Issue

Download the Omniback_00012 patch from HP site.
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