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Backup Exec will not complete a Cancel Pending job.

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I have Backup Exec 9.1 running on a Windows 2003 Server. I have a job stuck in the Cancel Pending state. How can I get this job to complete canceling? The nighly jobs will not que up until this one completes! Thanks.
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by:Duncan Meyers
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Try stopping and restarting the BAckup EXec services. You *may* find that the Job Engine won't stop and goes off into limbo (the service state goes to "Stopping" and doesn't change.) - if this happens, you need to reboot the server - no way around it I'm afraid.

Hope this helps.
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Yah, it happens: Please submit 'Process Explorer' and stop the devices manully.

There you go:
http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/procexp.shtml

Download that utility and runit. You will notice 'Veritas Software Corporation' made processes (under 'Company Name' column). just 'Kill' them and restart the services via service manager...

That easy...

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by:endpointnet
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Thanks. That was a simple, perfect solution. The Process Explorer stopped the services, I restarted manually and the stuck job was complete and the next day's job is set to run. Thank you.
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by:kinnea01
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I had a similar problem with the Backup Exec services hanging and managed to restart them without a reboot.
I stopped the following processes in 'Task Manager' - 'Processes':

beserver.exe
benetns.exe
bengine.exe

Then I stopped all the remaining Backup Exec services that were still running using 'Computer Management- - Services'

I then restarted all the Backup Exec services using 'Computer Management'

Everything was then back to normal.
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kinnea01's solution worked quickly for me.

Thanks!
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