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Symantec backup exec 2010 causing server to restart?

Posted on 2010-09-22
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This is using windows 2003 R2 32bit server, I just upgraded symantec backup exec from 11 to 2010. I tried the first backup, it ended after 17 minutes, and server is reboot. After that, I tried the second times. This time round, it completed 120GB + data backup, and server is rebooted as well.

I checked the backup result, with the following error messages:

   e0008821 - Job recovered as a result of backup exec RPC service starting. No user action is required.

   Additional information, pls see - v-79-57344-34849.

BTW, the media server version - 13.0 Rev (2896). Removable storage service is disabled.

What's went wrong? How can I resolve the problem?
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Question by:Balack
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by:tankmurdoch
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Make sure Backup Exec is fully patched up before continuing.
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by:Balack
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Is installed the sp2.
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Check Windows Event logs around the time of the reboot to see if there are any errors that would give us more information.
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by:Balack
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After fully patched and reboot both backup and client servers, not more such problem.
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by:Balack
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Good
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