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The folder state has been set to offline. See example of private comment Links: Veritas Support Document ID: 252415 Search: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo - EventID.Net Queue (0) - More links... Menu Close Search SOLUTIONS Solutions Overview Unstructured Data Growth Multi-Vendor Hybrid Cloud Healthcare Government PRODUCTS Product Overview Backup and Recovery Business Continuity Storage Management Information Governance Products A-Z SERVICES Services Overview It may also be caused by a disk full condition. Source

Veritas does not guarantee the accuracy regarding the completeness of the translation. Please attend to this condition. I believe Symantec should change it. Cause   The alert occurred because Symantec Backup Exec could not access the Backup-to-Disk device.   This is typically caused by one or more of the following reasons also:1.

This is typically caused by the folder becoming inaccessible due to it being deleted, renamed, or unshared. Additional detail may be found in the Event Viewer - Application Log. This alert is necessary because there might be users who accidentally disconnect their drives and who need this alert to let them know that their drive is offline. 0 Kudos Reply

  1. This is confusing further still when this morning, I clicked through the same path and could only find 3 servers!?
  2. Please attend to this condition.
  3. I have been a problem with the backup exec, some days an error occurs constantly.
  4. Thanks in advance.    

    0 0 08/30/13--04:43: cancel all "ready" tasks Contact us about this article I need a solution Hello Is there a way to "massively" cancal all
  5. USB disks are not cartridge based media (like RDX) so they should never have been using the removable b2d settings which was intended for devices where the chassis remains connected and
  6. I'll head over to the Symantec Connect forums and make a submission as you suggest. 1 This discussion has been inactive for over a year.

OR - at the very least - there should be a way to disable that error in the logs when you know it won't be a true conditional. 0 Kudos Reply Writer Name: Microsoft Hyper-V, Writer ID: {66841CD4-6DED-4F4B-8F17-FD23F8DDC3DE}, Last error: The VSS Writer failed, but the operation can be retried (0x800423f3), State: Waiting for backup complete notification (5).

(add new tag) From event viewer application log: -    System -    Provider            [ Name]    Backup Exec -    EventID    58057            [ Qualifiers]    8192    Level    2    Task    0    Keywords    0x80000000000000 -    TimeCreated   This is typically caused by the folder becoming inaccessible due to it being deleted, renamed, or unshared.

This option is typically referred to as pre-allocation and is available on the General tab of each B2D device.    Solution   Deselect the pre-allocation option and rerun the backup:  1. It should be allowed both ways - not just the one way. It may also be caused by a disk full condition. Too messy.

Return code: 1603 ***To search for information about this error, click here 08-30-2013,13:55:44 : Checking to see if any remote agents that publish to this media server need to be updated. Snapshot technology used: Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS). Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page Highlighted How to avoid "Alert: Media Error. No Yes Did this article save you the trouble of contacting technical support?

Additional detail may be found in the Event Viewer - Application Log. In Backup Exec, on the navigation bar, click Devices. 2. The folder state has been set to offline. Creating your account only takes a few minutes.

Tags: Symantec Backup ExecReview it: (339) Symantec258,197 FollowersFollow Reply Subscribe View Best Answer RELATED TOPICS: Introducing Backup Exec 2014 Backup Exec 2014 - Thoughts? this contact form Alerting the backup administrator that a currently not connected removable USB disk is indeed not connected is about as useful as alerting that currently offline tapes are not inserted in the It may also be caused by a disk full condition. Have updated backup exec and still same error. (I used 2 x USB externals rotating them weekly for my backups) Have been working fine for months untill last week.

As soon as I get in, I will open a case as well, however I hope someone could help me out in the meantime.   Thanks a lot!!

0 0 The disk is offline." that occurs when using Windows Explorer to safely stop a USB drive. Comments: EventID.Net See the link to "Veritas Support Document ID: 252415" for information on this problem. http://gatoisland.com/backup-exec/backup-exec-alert-catalog-error.php Under Backup to Disk folders select the Backup to Disk folder, right-click on it and select Properties. 3.

It may also be caused by a disk full condition. We recently installed SP2 to fix TECH192382 (IMG folders not being overwritten when located inside RDX media). Great tool Many Thanks 0 Kudos Reply Contact Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Home Backup Exec 2014 - Media Error - The disk is offline by Moopere on Aug 19,

really i need a solution,Help me thanks

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No Yes How can we make this article more helpful? It may also be caused by a disk full condition. There were numerous workarounds that various customers had implemented to allow USB disks to be detached and re-attached when using versions of BE prior to 2010 R2. Yes: My problem was resolved.

So does anyone know what Backup Exec is trying to do (or how I can find out) and why it happens at a random time (between 1 and 5 hours) after Feedback: Send comments or solutions - Notify me when updated Printer friendly Subscribe Subscribe to EventID.Net now!Already a subscriber? When we bought that house, it had an unfinished basement and an unfinished attic room, making the cabling process very simple. http://gatoisland.com/backup-exec/backup-exec-alert-device-error.php try 1: pause all disk storage devices with a name matching the specified search string powershell.exe -command "&{Import-Module bemcli; Get-BEDiskStorageDevice | Where-Object {$_.Name -like 'Backup Drive*'} | Set-BEDiskStorageDevice -Paused $true}" try

This is with Backup Exec 2012 SP1. No problem for me because these aren't backup. It is possible that updates have been made to the original version after this document was translated and published. http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/products/vsphere/V...

When Removable b2d was first introduced in the Backup Exec 9.x timeframe, USB disk devices were not mainstream (and may not even have been properly on the market) but cartridge based The Backup-to-Disk device is offline" in the Event Viewer Application Log Error Message Event ID: 58057Source: Backup ExecType: ErrorDescription: Backup Exec Alert: Media Error (Server: "%server%") The Backup to Disk device Currently running backupexec 2012 in our company and we are getting a Synology NAS next month.   Now im wondering whats the best way to do backups from the backups on The problem of generating seemingly false alerts like this is that I cant use this fault condition to notify local users that a real fault exists.

Text from success email (received at 12:48 am): (Server: "SBS2011") (Job: "SBS2011. Complete Backup-Full") Completed Successfully. Make sure the volume/folder where the backup-to-disk folder is targeted is available and not renamed or compressed.2.  Make sure there is enough free space available on the volume containing the backup-to-disk Any ideas on why this is and what can be done to resolve it?

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