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Data Protection Manger 2012 - Cancel an ongoing recovery point creation

I have a DPM error that states "job failure on replica caused by ongoing recovery point creation. (ID100).

My issue is that there is no ongoing job running that I can cancel.  I have checked the all jobs in progress filter.

I have already removed the protected member and added it back, but I get the same error when I run a recovery point or a consistency check.

Not sure what else I can try at this point.

Thanks for any help!
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Pearltech2013

8/22/2022 - Mon
Haresh Nikumbh

What is role of the server which you are backing up ?  is any third party backup job is configured expect DPM ?
Haresh Nikumbh

Also post error event id if any available in event logs. ( Vss events)
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Pearltech2013

I do not see any vss errors in the event logs of the server or DPM server.

There isn't any other backup software running on the server.  The server just hosts 3rd party software for a client.  No "official" roles.
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Haresh Nikumbh

have you check shadow copies? and disk errors?
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Pearltech2013

I do not see any disk errors.  Shadow copies are disabled.
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Was not able to be helped or able to find a suitable solution.  Only other way to fix was to remove and add back to protection group.
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