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Posted Monday, May 12, 2014 12:41 AM
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Hi,

DB: MS SQL2K8 32 bit with SP3.

Backup completed successfully but These error messages apperard in Error log file when perform database full backup time. what could be cause and how to resolve these error mesg?

Error: 18210, Severity: 16, State: 1.

BackupVirtualDeviceFile::SendFileInfoBegin: failure on backup device '{0CD04718-26FF-4CAA-9E85-D519FE81D823}17'. Operating system error 995(The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit or an application request.).

Error: 3041, Severity: 16, State: 1.

BACKUP failed to complete the command BACKUP DATABASE DBName. Check the backup application log for detailed messages

I have checked in backup log file but there is no error msg noted.

Server is side: SQL VSS SQLWriter and volume shadow copy both services are running.


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Most of the time, this is caused by the drive being full. You can even see information from Microsoft on this. There is a race condition in 2005 that can generate this error, but it's got a hotfix available. However, you're on 2008R2, so things are different. You may also see this error when using some third party backup tools.

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OS: Windows 2008 Enterprise Edition with SP1
DB: MS SQL Server 2008 Enterprise edition with SP3..

I searched those issues happened in SQL 2000 and 2005, so can any one could this error noted at SQL 2008 version. what is forward path?

Yes. I have identified at server side..

Server Administrator configured windows image backup. I think there might be throwing errors.

Error mesg like backup failed.. so windows tool volume shadow copy not successfully taken database backup as per error in SQL Error log files..

Can it possibile exculde the SQL server database level backup in win image backup schedule?

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I don't know the Windows tools you're referencing and couldn't offer a suggestion there. I would assume you could, but I don't know.

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Built-in windows image backup, they configured Drives "C" and "D" for backups.
also database MDF & LDF files were placed to drive " D" .

whenever starting system image backup also taking database files. Pls. confirm, is it like that?

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Yeah, it's going to try to backup SQL Server files in that case.

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Thank you Mr.Grant for your valuable reply..

I will asking to server team to execule the SQL file location path at windows image backups.


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Posted Monday, May 12, 2014 5:15 AM
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One Final question..

If stop that SQL VSS SQLwrite service, does it help to avoid SQL files backup at windows image backup when running?

Note: currently that service is ruuning.
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Back to an area that I'm not sure about. I don't know.

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