I have a bunch of machines running shadowprotect continuous incrementals with no problems, except for 1 machine.
This is v5.2.3 (the most up to date for v5).
It's at a remote location with a VPN back to a NAS device in the main office. It does a continuous incremental fine on the 3x a day schedule most all of the time, then the logs show that it tries doing full backups on the weekends (3 times a day), fails within 2 seconds of starting with things like:
05-Oct-2015 06:30:00 service 509 Cannot get access to destination object
05-Oct-2015 06:30:00 service 101 Cannot execute job (The network path was not found. 0x80070035(2147942453))
05-Oct-2015 06:30:02 service 510 Failed to send email notification to ____@_____.com. ChilkatLog:
05-Oct-2015 06:30:02 service 510 Failed.
the failures / full backups (they go hand in hand) seem to be on the weekends only. theres another machine in that remote office, also backing up over the VPN. No failures, no attempts to do fulls, same schedule (actually 1/2 hour later so they both don't use the VPN at the same time). so the VPN is up all the time, the NAS is up all the time.
Any thoughts on why the backups on the weekend fail immediately on this machine only and that the backups on the weekends try to be full, even though the the 1 backup job is set for continuous incrementals?
Also, in this machine's backup history, the entry for each of the failed backups has the target as \\backupnas\machineA\machineA C_Vol (no numbers after it).
The successful continuous entries show the target as \\backupnas\machineA\machineA C_vol-B001-i09xx.spi
Shouldn't the full job be trying to make a .spf? And the backup would get a number b002? Those are NOT noted in the target name for any of these failed fulls.