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Networker Server is 7.2.2 running on Win2003 server, client is also
Windows Server 2003 (not sure of SP level, but I can find out if it's
relevant). We keep getting these errors on one client, both the client
and the server have been rebooted recently (in past 48 hours)... Any way
to debug this further or is there a resolution for this ? It would be
nice if it stated what resources were 'Insufficient' ??

* fileserver1:O:\ O:\iBIZ Intvs02 image backups\iBSTWS01\iBSTWS01.vhd:
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.
* fileserver1:O:\ O:\iBIZ Intvs02 image backups\iBSTWS01\iBSTWS01.vsv:
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.


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On Jun 6, 2008, at 10:38 AM, Goslin, Paul wrote:

Networker Server is 7.2.2 running on Win2003 server, client is also
Windows Server 2003 (not sure of SP level, but I can find out if it's
relevant). We keep getting these errors on one client, both the client
and the server have been rebooted recently (in past 48 hours)... Any
way
to debug this further or is there a resolution for this ? It would be
nice if it stated what resources were 'Insufficient' ??

* fileserver1:O:\ O:\iBIZ Intvs02 image backups\iBSTWS01\iBSTWS01.vhd:
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.
* fileserver1:O:\ O:\iBIZ Intvs02 image backups\iBSTWS01\iBSTWS01.vsv:
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.

Check to make sure the client has enough disk space on the volume
where the NetWorker software and its logs and temporary files are
stored.


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Define 'enough disk space'...

Does Networker make a temporary copy of each file it backs up on the
disk were Networker is installed ? Networker is installed on the C:
drive of this client, which currently has 8.8 GB of free space.. Is this
the result of attempting to backup a file larger than 8.8 GB ? Is there
a way to have the Networker client use another disk for temporary work
space or should it be installed on a disk with the most available free
space on the client ?


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[mailto:NETWORKER < at > LISTSERV.TEMPLE.EDU] On Behalf Of Stan Horwitz
Sent: Friday, June 06, 2008 10:54 AM
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Subject: Re: [Networker] Insufficient system resources ??

On Jun 6, 2008, at 10:38 AM, Goslin, Paul wrote:

Networker Server is 7.2.2 running on Win2003 server, client is also
Windows Server 2003 (not sure of SP level, but I can find
out if it's
relevant). We keep getting these errors on one client, both
the client
and the server have been rebooted recently (in past 48
hours)... Any
way to debug this further or is there a resolution for this
? It would
be nice if it stated what resources were 'Insufficient' ??

* fileserver1:O:\ O:\iBIZ Intvs02 image
backups\iBSTWS01\iBSTWS01.vhd:
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the
requested service.
* fileserver1:O:\ O:\iBIZ Intvs02 image
backups\iBSTWS01\iBSTWS01.vsv:
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the
requested service.

Check to make sure the client has enough disk space on the
volume where the NetWorker software and its logs and
temporary files are stored.

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Post Insufficient system resources ?? 
On Jun 6, 2008, at 11:29 AM, Goslin, Paul wrote:

Define 'enough disk space'...

Does Networker make a temporary copy of each file it backs up on the
disk were Networker is installed ? Networker is installed on the C:
drive of this client, which currently has 8.8 GB of free space.. Is
this
the result of attempting to backup a file larger than 8.8 GB ? Is
there
a way to have the Networker client use another disk for temporary work
space or should it be installed on a disk with the most available free
space on the client ?

The amount of space you need probably depends on what you back up. I
am not a Windows expert, so I can't give specifics. I suggest you
check the system admin guide for info. I think the details are there.
You can create a temp folder on a larger disk and just replace \nsr
\tmp with a short cut that points to the real folder. Do this on the
NetWorker client and make sure the NetWorker remote exec is shut down
on that client while you set this up.


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