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Backup exec 2010 won't show media as online

Posted on 2014-02-18
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Hi there

I have some problem with Backup Exec 2010 R3

Today I cheked the backup jobs and saw that Backup exec didn't show the meda as Online


Can someone help me in this case?

Thanks
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have you tried stopping and restarting the backup exec services ??
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No , I restarted the application.
Try to restart all of them?
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yes go up to tools >backup exec services> then hit the restart all services.

it may take a while, and you will probably notice the media going through a discover state.

Cheers

Ashley
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Thanks
I restarted them and after it programm started detect media as online.
(after restarting Backup Exec Device & Media Service )

Let's see what will happen tomorrow after backing up and changing media :)

Thanks a lot
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