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Backup Failed but backup file is created


Backup Failed but backup file is created

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Patrick_Fiedler
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Have you looked for other errors in the Event Logs?

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Yes I looked at the event log and confirm that the command failed. Server event log and SQL event log both confirmed that the backup command failed.
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No, i meant whether there are other errors like ntfs errors or Hardware errors in the Log.

An important Thing would also to check the permissions of the service Account. Has the Service Account Full Access to this folder?

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No server/OS issue at all, and yes, account has permission to add/drop/modify file on that share folder. Weirdest thing ever.
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Hello. Are you using the (Reliability) backup option "Verify backup integrity" checkbox
during the backup session in SSIS?


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Mark G.
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No, I used standard script task to to issue the command 'backup database xxx to disk ='\\yyy\xxx.bak'
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Do you guys have any theory of what happened?
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Yes. SQL Server occasionally loses it's mind on such things. Over the last 16 years of using SQL Server, I've given up on trying to find the reasons. It appears to be because of spurious pips on the network when you have a waxing moon with the correct angular displacement to certain sunspots and the Red Wings are playing a home game on a rainy day but only during high tide and the coffee machine across the room is cycled. :-D

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HI Team,


I have one question ,when you terminated the backup activity ,did you received any error in windows event viewer and sql server error log. Can please let me what is error you have received .
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HI Team,


I have one question ,when you terminated the backup activity ,did you received any error in windows event viewer and sql server error log. Can please let me what is error you have received .
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