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callpilot back up is not happening

callpilot back up is not happening

callpilot back up is not happening

I am trying to take network backup for callpilot,but its not happening.

Getting error as below at the last.

DB backup successfully happened and at last throwing some errors.

151203 0409 - Database successfully stored.
151203 0409 - Item 'D:\Nortel\Database' has been backed up successfully.
151203 0442 - Error: Not enough quota is available to process this command.
151203 0442 - Writing file failed. The backup item
151203 0442 - Warning: Backup Item D:\VS1V failed.
151203 0442 - The backup item
151203 0443 - Item 'D:\VS1' has not been backed up due to failure (error: 41827).
151203 0443 - A fatal error (41827) occured during the backup. The backup operation will be cancelled.
151203 0443 - Item 'System Backup' has not been backed up due to failure (error: 41827).
151203 0443 - The backup of 'Full System Backup (CPPVM)' failed.

what it says, do i need to go for PEP installation.?

RE: callpilot back up is not happening

verify the network storage has enough space to store the backup

RE: callpilot back up is not happening

You will need at least 22.5 gig to back it up and if multiple copies are kept more than that. We use a 1 terabyte USB drive to back ours up.

It's a phone system, NOT a clock!

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