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Retrospect Problem

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#1 Tom Carlson

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Posted 30 March 2007 - 06:15 PM

Hello forum,

I am having a problem backing up using Retrospect 6.1 for Mac. The error message I am getting is File "Filename" appears incomplete path: "path" where "filename" and "path" are spelled out. Now, this only happens on the very last file of a group of files that I am backing up. In other words, it's as if Retrospect can't tell where the end of the file is, but only on the very last file of a large (several thousand) group of files that are being backed up. All other files back up just fine. I know that the file is on the hard drive and is intact, Retrospect just doesn't seem to know where the end of that file is when backing up.

Thanks in advance for any help or pointers. Next stop will be to buy some support from EMC.

I'm using a G4 Dual Processor 1000.
OS 10.4.9
Atto UL3D SCSI card
Quantum DLT-S4 tape drive (though the problem appears on a Quantum SDLT as well.

Tom Carlson

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