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TRANSACTION LOG COPY JOB FAILED IN LOGSHIPPING


TRANSACTION LOG COPY JOB FAILED IN LOGSHIPPING

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Hi All,

I am facing copy job failed error in log shipping. when i configured logshipping backups are occurring normally, but the issue is when the secondary server searches for logfile in primary server that time it was showing

error : the network path was not found

my primary server name like this: ITI-PDP-DB\chandu
i am given the primary server network path like:\\ITI-PDP-DB\chandu\Logshipping_backup

if i give ip then it was showing error : the network path \\192.168.0.21\Logshipping_backup was denied.


please help us

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Are you reffering named instance like this "ITI-PDP-DB\chandu"

first try the network path in windows , if it is not working check and fix it.

can provide more details like server1 and server2 with masked info and what are you trying with that.

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make sure your SQL service account has the rights to access network path.



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Hi durai nagarajan,


ya exactly its a named instance i have given the windows path also
like \\192.168.0.21\foldername at that time i am getting

error: the path \\192.168.0.21\foldername is denied error please help me




Thanks
Chalapathi
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give SQL service account full access to this folder



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Hi Praveen,



I had given those permissions also,still it was showing same error, please help us.




thanks & regards
Chalapathi
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basically from your secondary server you should be able to access backup folder, try to login to your secondary server with SQL Service account user name and password and then try to access backup folder

Start -> Run -> \\servername\foldername

if you are not able to access this folder than you have not given enough permission to this account.



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cpathidba (12/5/2013)
Hi Praveen,



I had given those permissions also,still it was showing same error, please help us.




thanks & regards
Chalapathi

It is the SQL Server agent service account that requires access to the share. Also, ensure you check both Share and NTFS permissions and set them appropriately

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