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NwAgent CA 11.1 On Netware 6.5 SP2 failing mid backup

Hello all,

The backup here stopped last monday. I have updated the TSAs and updated
with tcp659j.

The problem is that after about 280 Meg the connection to the Linux
server with the tape seems to break. The error that appears is CA error
E16525.

A 100 Meg backup works with no problems. It would seem to me to be a
resources problem. I can see the tsafs memory growing but after the job
fails it drops back to normal.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Brian

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Re: NwAgent CA 11.1 On Netware 6.5 SP2 failing mid backup

In the SYS:\ETC\SMS\TSA.CFG file change the Cache Memory Threshold to
5. Most likely it is set to 25. That would be 25% of your total ram.
It's possible that the server is running out of ram during the backup.



On Sat, 01 Oct 2005 00:52:09 GMT, brian@helpme.com wrote:

>Hello all,
>
>The backup here stopped last monday. I have updated the TSAs and updated
>with tcp659j.
>
>The problem is that after about 280 Meg the connection to the Linux
>server with the tape seems to break. The error that appears is CA error
>E16525.
>
>A 100 Meg backup works with no problems. It would seem to me to be a
>resources problem. I can see the tsafs memory growing but after the job
>fails it drops back to normal.
>
>Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>Brian


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