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Backup Failed but backup file is created


Backup Failed but backup file is created

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namdinh4
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This issue occurs every time we backup over the network during traffic time
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Is there enough disk space space avaialble on your source drive?
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I occasionally experience similar issues when backing up to a network share. When this occurs I'll run RESTORE HEADERONLY, RESTORE VERIFYONLY, then I'll restore it to another system and run DBCC CHECKDB. If it passes all three, I'm comfortable.

Here is my question:
How can the backup file is created when the backup command is terminated?

Here is one example (may or may not be your case) that may answer your question:
http://stujordan.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/sql-server-compressed-backups-fail-with-setendoffile-error/
david.alcock
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Have to say we did have seemingly random errors on backups when backing up to a network drive. After lots of searching we put them down to network blips!

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