ERROR 1450 (0x000005AA) Copying File

Hi People,

Does anyone here know why the Robocopy script that I run to copy 1.2 TB data to the network CIFS share got this error:

2014/07/16 14:40:43 ERROR 1450 (0x000005AA) Copying File V:\Enterprise Vault Stores\Vaultstore1 Ptn17\2013\06-18\F\Collection210103.CAB
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.

I wonder what could be the reason ?

is it because I'm using the following script:
robocopy.exe V: "\\DataDomain\DD_CIFS_SHARE\Vault1_Pt17" *.* /xd "P:\System Volume Information" /xd V:\RECYCLER\ /e /xo /zb /copy:DTS /r:0 /w:0 /fp /nfl /ndl /np /tee /log:"C:\Temp\robocopyV17.log"

The Windows Server 2003 version of the Robocopy is XP 010

any help would be greatly appreciated.

Senior IT System EngineerIT ProfessionalAsked:
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The errors you are getting are issues related to Windows memory management and availability of specific kind of resources (Kernel Paged Memory) which could happen during copying/backups of big filesystems, or particularly large files.
Windows has a certain amount of memory pool space that it can allocate to programs, if the program uses all the memory available from that pool then ERROR 1450 (0x000005AA) raise up.
One way of resolving it is to consider adding the /XJ swith to your command line script; this way robocopy exclude Junctions, other way is follow instructions on Microsoft link.......

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Senior IT System EngineerIT ProfessionalAuthor Commented:
There is no junction point in the server, so should I still use that parameter ?
the directories got hundred thousands of .CAB files which is only 10 - 15 MB in size to be copied over to CIFS share over 1 GB link.
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