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Not enough disk space on device running OFO to create or increment the

Not enough disk space on device running OFO to create or increment the

Not enough disk space on device running OFO to create or increment the

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EVERY morning I come to work and find "OFO: Not enough disk space on device running OFO to create or increment the static volume.  A minimum of 30 MB of available disk space to start the OFO operation is needed; during the backup, 10 percent of the capacity of the disk must be free." in Veritas Backup Exec's Job Monitor.
The OFO: Initialization failure occurs every night on nearly every volume selected for backup.  The partitions are 8 GB each, and there is far more free space than the message recommends.  How can I fix this and prevent myself from being fired?  Please help:-(

RE: Not enough disk space on device running OFO to create or increment the

How much disk space do you have on the server volume and if different how much on the drive with the backup exec software?

RE: Not enough disk space on device running OFO to create or increment the

    Have you purged old files lately?

James P. Cottingham

International Veneer Co., Inc.
All opinions are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect those of my employer.

RE: Not enough disk space on device running OFO to create or increment the

Select Tools -> OFO assistant and increase your parameters.
Hope this will help you.

Vince

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