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Does anyone know what this means??

Failed to read chunk [2051679] in media [G:\] for storage policy [Disk_Library_New] copy [Offsite_Clone]:  Backup job [ 127735 ]. Release reservation failed as the specified reservation was not found in the database table..

Seems to be a random error that I have never seen before.  The backup to tape completed without any errors and with Dell's assistance ran Database maintenance of the commvault database.  Waiting to see what happens tonight with that backup job aux copy.   


RE: Error!

Hey there Mr Fokker,

Yep seen this on our Aux copy also.  We had a CommVault Engineer here last week completing our configuration.  The Failed to Read chunk is an error that comes up after the tape is cycled out of teh drive.  Ouor configuration is Disk to Disk to Tape.  Our tape is a ML6020 with 35 tapes.  When you see the event log report the tape drive moving the tape you'll see right after that the chunk error.  Not an issue.

FYI, I'm our college's backup administrator with 80+ servers, Sharepoint, SQL Cluster, Exchange, Hyper V, File Agent, AD with Dedup.  The install has been about 4 weeks now and we're doing good.


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