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Insufficient Resources error when restoring Exchange with EMC Networker

Posted on 2009-04-13
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Hi, I'm testing a restore of Exchange DB with EMC Networker 7.4.4 and Exchange Module 5.1.

I'm getting insufficient resources errors everytime.

Logs:

46845 1239393368 1 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 28 Preallocating "%s"  Size: %s 2 23 24 F:\RSG\Mailboxes A-D.edb 0 11 28406323484
52576 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 24 WriteFile error: (%d) %s 2 1 4 1450 24 70 Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.
52577 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 write_file_data error: %s 1 24 47 A disk error occurred during a write operation.
52238 1239394325 1 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 %s           %s      %.0f bytes/sec 3 0 48 F:\RSG\Mailboxes A-D.edb (1239265813.1239265815) 0 5 17 GB 3 15 18860336.000000
52638 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 28 recover_file_data error: %d. 1 1 11 -2147287011
46916 1239394325 1 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 58 Processed %ld items %s  in %d:%02d:%02d  %.0f bytes/second 6 2 1 1 0 5 17 GB 1 1 0 1 2 17 1 2 12 3 15 17492588.000000
46841 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 78 %s(%d): NetWorker Server failed to recover one or more of the files requested. 2 23 6 rcutil 1 3 926
46842 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 Not recovered: %s (%u.%u) 3 23 70 /Information Store/First Storage Group/Mailboxes A-D/Mailboxes A-D.edb 5 10 1239265813 5 10 1239265815
46842 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 Not recovered: %s (%u.%u) 3 23 70 /Information Store/First Storage Group/Mailboxes A-D/Mailboxes A-D.stm 5 10 1239265813 5 10 1239265816
46842 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 Not recovered: %s (%u.%u) 3 23 51 /Information Store/First Storage Group/E002137D.log 5 10 1239265813 5 10 1239265823
46842 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 Not recovered: %s (%u.%u) 3 23 51 /Information Store/First Storage Group/E002137E.log 5 10 1239265813 5 10 1239265824
46842 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 Not recovered: %s (%u.%u) 3 23 51 /Information Store/First Storage Group/E002137F.log 5 10 1239265813 5 10 1239265825
46842 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 Not recovered: %s (%u.%u) 3 23 51 /Information Store/First Storage Group/E0021380.log 5 10 1239265813 5 10 1239265826
46842 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 Not recovered: %s (%u.%u) 3 23 51 /Information Store/First Storage Group/E0021381.log 5 10 1239265813 5 10 1239265827
46842 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 Not recovered: %s (%u.%u) 3 23 51 /Information Store/First Storage Group/E0021382.log 5 10 1239265813 5 10 1239265828
46842 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 25 Not recovered: %s (%u.%u) 3 23 51 /Information Store/First Storage Group/E0021383.log 5 10 1239265813 5 10 1239265829
30947 1239394325 1 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 111 Databases and logs were recovered but logs were not replayed.\n   You must manually run eseutil to replay logs. 0
46693 1239394325 1 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 35 The "%s" file is in directory "%s". 2 0 11 restore.env 23 14 F:\RSG\restore
46898 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 38 %s(%d): %s failed with status = 0x%.8x 4 23 6 rcmain 1 3 909 0 18 process_is_recover 1 11 -2147287011
46898 1239394325 5 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 38 %s(%d): %s failed with status = 0x%.8x 4 23 6 rcmain 1 3 944 0 14 end_is_recover 1 11 -2147287011
31018 1239394325 1 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 43 Stopping performance monitor update thread. 0
31022 1239394325 1 0 0 1344 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 45 Performance monitor update thread terminating 0
43709 1239394325 1 0 0 7556 6788 0 EXCHANGESERVER nsrxchrc 13 Stop time: %s 1 35 25 Fri Apr 10 16:12:05 2009


The last time I tested a restore was in February and it worked fine. Since then I have added the /3GB switch and the /Userva=3030 /BURNMEMORY=4096 to the server per Microsofts instructions. This was to correct a virtual memory fragmentation problem and to satisfy the BPA tool.

I have no problems backing it up, just restoring. Its not disk space. I tried adding a LUN to it to see and still fails.

Any help is appreciated.
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The fact that you added the 3GB switch may point to kernel memory problems.
I suggest you try the Registry Setting 1 in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304101 and use 40 instead of 60 as your initial setting.
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Apparently the /userva=3030 /burnmemory=4096 didn't take effect until a second reboot.

The registry hack helped too.
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