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while talking ntbackup from exchange server 2007 backup fails with the reson mention above

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we are running under exchange server 2007 enterprise edition & exchange server sp1, i am facing a problem while talking an ntbackup for my server my backup get fails with the reason 'Microsoft Information Store' returned 'Functions called in an invalid sequence. my database & the operating system is in the different volumes, i also tries out by enabling the circular loging option from the storage group but no luck, can anybody suggest what to do.
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by:Bertling
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i have had thsissue before what fixedit for me was to:

first enable circular logging on th storage group/groups.

take a backup and it should now work

if the backup works disable circular logging.

hope this helps
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by:Bertling
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the other thing, are you using clusters?
if so perform the backup on the active node.
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by:sudeep1242
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previously i told in my comment that i already try by enabling circular loging in storage group but it will not work my backup get fail with the same reason 'Microsoft Information Store' returned 'Functions called in an invalid sequence also please check the error log file while talking a backup.
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i am not using clusters
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i have tried exchange server backup without selecting recovery storage group in exchange information store & my backup get succeded successfully but i dont what it affect in my retoration process ?
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ok so you have a Recovery storage group present in your exchange server?

if so, NO you DONT want to backup the Recovery storage group.

you only want to backup the live stores and public folders.

so it it works without the RSG selected then you are fine
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by:Bertling
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the RSGis used ONLY to restre a database to so you can EXMEGE mailboxes from a backup of the live data while the live server is still in operation. YOu dont need to backup the RSG
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