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NT Backup fails with Microsoft Site Replication Service' returned 'Error

OS: SBS 2003
The Microsoft Site Replication Service' service is on and running.

Any ideas?

Backup Status
Operation: Backup
Active backup destination: File
Media name: "Manual backup.bkf created 20/11/2010 at 23:11"

Volume shadow copy creation: Attempt 1.
Backup (via shadow copy) of "C: System"
Backup set #1 on media #1
Backup description: "Set created 20/11/2010 at 23:11"
Media name: "Manual backup.bkf created 20/11/2010 at 23:11"

Backup Type: Normal

Backup started on 20/11/2010 at 23:23.
Backup completed on 21/11/2010 at 00:22.
Directories: 6652
Files: 49239
Bytes: 27,820,971,554
Time:  58 minutes and  53 seconds
Backup (via shadow copy) of "D: Data"
Backup set #2 on media #1
Backup description: "Set created 20/11/2010 at 23:11"
Media name: "Manual backup.bkf created 20/11/2010 at 23:11"

Backup Type: Normal

Backup started on 21/11/2010 at 00:22.
Backup completed on 21/11/2010 at 03:33.
Directories: 20246
Files: 214237
Bytes: 83,049,612,996
Time:  3 hours,  11 minutes, and  8 seconds
Backup of "SERVER-2003\Microsoft Information Store\First Storage Group"
Backup set #3 on media #1
Backup description: "Set created 20/11/2010 at 23:11"
Media name: "Manual backup.bkf created 20/11/2010 at 23:11"

Backup Type: Normal

Backup started on 21/11/2010 at 03:34.
Backup completed on 21/11/2010 at 04:08.
Directories: 4
Files: 5
Bytes: 20,762,829,332
Time:  34 minutes and  38 seconds
Backup of "SERVER-2003\Microsoft Site Replication Service\SRS Storage"
Backup set #4 on media #1
Backup description: "Set created 20/11/2010 at 23:11"
Media name: "Manual backup.bkf created 20/11/2010 at 23:11"

Backup Type: Normal

Backup started on 21/11/2010 at 04:08.
The 'Microsoft Site Replication Service' returned 'Error returned from an ESE function call (d).

' from a call to 'HrESEBackupSetup()' additional data '-'The 'Microsoft Site Replication Service' returned 'Functions called in an invalid sequence.

' from a call to 'HrESEBackupClose()' additional data '-'
The operation was ended.
Backup completed on 21/11/2010 at 04:08.
Directories: 0
Files: 0
Bytes: 0
Time:  1 second

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The operation did not successfully complete.

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jawad1481Commented:
Hello,

Can you create new blank database. create user and send some messages. NOw try to take NTBACKUP of that new database.

if this works then the problem is the Database.

Regards,
:)
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jawad1481Commented:
Hello,

Also run EXBPA and give me the output of EXBPA. we need to check the application and system log also.

Can you tell me how much is the disk space left on the drives on server?

Regards,
:)
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IT_Group1Author Commented:
Hi jawad1481, and thanks for the reply's.

The amount of disk space on the MDBDATA drive is: 388GB
on C: drive is 8GB out of 40GB.

As for the EXBPA, strangely as it may sounds, it's connecting to the AD and start the scan, but in the results  is claims that "Exchnage server cannot be contacted"..

Any ideas?
Needless to say that the Exch is fully operational, sending and receiving.

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jawad1481Commented:
Hello,

how many DC's do you have ? how about creating new database and taking backup, did it work?

try to ping and nslookup all the dc's.

also run a command --> in CMD ---> type ---> set L.
this will tell us which DC is used as Logon server. Is that DC in the same site of exchange?

we will also run dcdiag and netdiag to check the communication between the exchange and DC's.

Regards,
:)
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IT_Group1Author Commented:
Hi, only 1 dc -the SBS itself.
Does it change the required steps?

Thx!
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jawad1481Commented:
Hello,

Nope the steps remains the same...

regards,
:)
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