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Application Server Backup Failed

Application Server Backup Failed

Application Server Backup Failed

Hi All,

I have IPO Rls11, the cusotmer need to Backup Application Server ( VMPro, Media Manager), configure it useing NAS, when start Backup, perform about 20% then the message displays on the screen:

Backup failed: Pushing backup files stage failed

also configure NAS connector to Backup recordings but nothing will happen,

if there any help or procedure to accomplish this ?

Thanks and Regards

RE: Application Server Backup Failed

Hi ...

I don't understand this part.

"Anyway... There are three or four files needed at the backup location."7


RE: Application Server Backup Failed

If it fails at 20% it's usually cause it can't connect to the remote location.

What are you using to receive the backups?

I usually send backups to remote location using SCP.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

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