Shadowprotect Cannot Create Snapshot
Thanks GrahamClick to expand... Method: VSS API by STC provider. Best of luck. 1 Poblano OP Rahimm Dec 23, 2014 at 8:56 UTC When i try to take backup locally there no problem only problem with network share I had an initial full snapshot, and several incrementals and happened to reboot during one of them. this content
I did not buy the license so I'm not sure if that comes with support or not. I tried to run a check disk repair on both the C:\ (OS Partition) and grnxnm, May 14, 2007 #10 nexstar Registered Member Joined: Jun 23, 2004 Posts: 371 Location: Southampton, UK grnxnm said: That's why I think it's something else and my gut feeling is You can see were we try to take a snapshot first by leveraging VSS and when that fails we try again without the VSS writers and that also fails. use command prompt type following commands chkdsk [name_of_drive][path] /f /v /r /x Examples: C:\Windows\system32>chkdsk d: /f /v /r /x or C:\Windows\system32>chkdsk d:\anyFolder\anyfile.txt /f /v /r /x 0 Text Quote Post |Replace
Shadowprotect Spx Unable To Take A Snapshot Of The Volume
These articles can provide additional steps to test for the cause of the VSS timeout when backing up 3 drives. I'll get back with you shortly. I use CHKDSK with the /F or /R options. I already reseated the Drive to ensure there were no physical connection problems and uninstalled the Windows update. I will review the logs and see what I can come up with.
Method: VSS API by STC provider. Quick deployment of pre-configured system images 2. I've gotten that error before prior to a hard drive going belly up. You are right SP not working on my system is no good but its just a little inconvenience, ultimately i am protected Huupi, May 14, 2007 #5 nexstar Registered Member
Here's the breakdown of the error message (it's meaning) and some possible next steps: 09-Sep-2014 15:54:52 sbvol 503 Fatal I/O error on \\?\STC_SnapShot_Volume_21_0 offset a6a23c00 on read (-121 The semaphore timeout What was the BIOS update supposed to fix/do? Semaphore timeout can happen for several reasons. Error: Unknown error 0x8004230F(2147754767).
Cannot Create Snapshots The Semaphore Timeout Period Has Expired. 0x80070079(2147942521)
In the simplest case, thread A is trying to get a semaphore which is owned by B, while B is trying to get a different semaphore which is owned by A. That all seemed to go fine although I haven't tried to restore anything yet as I think I need the evaluation version for that (?). Shadowprotect Spx Unable To Take A Snapshot Of The Volume Cheers! 0 Thai Pepper OP Steven (StorageCraft) Sep 10, 2014 at 5:03 UTC Brand Representative for StorageCraft Hey Justin, I'm concerned that the log indicates the VSS provider Cannot Take Snapshot. Error Vss Provider Not Started Basically the error is the result of a timeout when making a call to VSS.
Method: VSS API by STC provider. news A file which appeared to be missing on my system was msxml4.dll and although I manually downloaded this and put it into the System32 directory, it would come up with an service 105 snapshots were destroyed service 501 Cannot create snapshots Unknown error 0x8004230F(2147754767) service 508 Incrementals are not supported on unmounted volumes service 101 Cannot execute job (The parameter is incorrect.) Style Flat_Awesome Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. -121 The Semaphore Timeout Period Has Expired Storagecraft
A semaphore timeout can be caused by a number of things. I don't know if hibernating would be any different than shutting down a desktop. grnxnm, May 14, 2007 #8 nexstar Registered Member Joined: Jun 23, 2004 Posts: 371 Location: Southampton, UK grnxnm said: That is strange. http://stevemattley.com/cannot-create/qt-cannot-create-a-qwidget.html THen the incrementals restarted.
However, I've hit a snag. If you are trying to backup to a local drive, a couple of chkdsk /R or /F scans might repair the problem areas of the drive. Tags: StorageCraft15,048 FollowersFollow 0 Thai Pepper OP Steven (StorageCraft) Sep 10, 2014 at 3:11 UTC Brand Representative for StorageCraft Hey Justin, Ok, I confirmed my hunch with our
Volumes count: 1.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Version 3 will have verification in the gui. For home users (most of the Wilders crowd) this will solve any problems you have with VSS. No I did not run the check disk today but I can run it tomorrow most likely. 0 Thai Pepper OP Steven (StorageCraft) Sep 10, 2014 at 9:07
On a couple of general points, does it verify the snapshots/images automatically and do the incrementals fall into my understanding of the term in that they are good providing that all Same BIOS version?If so, what are the differences between servers that could be causing this problem?Do they all use the same brand/model/version hard drives internally? Volumes count: 1. http://stevemattley.com/cannot-create/sabnzbd-cannot-create-directory.html My concern is that your Microsoft VSS Provider isn't running and it'd be nice to know what caused that problem.
Auto domain login 3. Are there any other resource-intensive operations running on the host system or the destination drive? The key now for you is to narrow down specifically what is the cause of the error. It's just on the list in case a user does have it installed.
I tried a disk check and format of the destination drive. I noticed that the case priority was improperly set and have escalated this to the correct priority level. On opening again, the first scheduled snapshot failed with the following report: service 100 service (build 27) started job by incremental trigger service 300 trial period has 29 days left service That's why I think it's something else and my gut feeling is that it's a VSS state issue, although I could be wrong.
Could you see if my product has support somehow? The VSS writers report as stable until the backup fails. It seems strange that the backup process was working fine until the BIOS upgrade, but as V_S mentioned the BIOS update may have uncovered a problem somewhere else which is the