- File servers contain inconsistent replicas.
- When you use the Data Protection Manager Administrator Console, you notice that data transfer rates may randomly slow.
- Data replication jobs may fail on one or more file servers. In this situation, job status information that resembles the following is generated on the affected file servers:
Status message 1Status message 2Status message 3Status message 4Note You may also receive other job status failure messages.
- Data Protection Manager synchronization may fail. In this situation, you receive status messages that resemble one of the following:
Status message 1Description: Since date and time., synchronization jobs for path onStatus message 2
ServerName have failed. The total number of failed jobs = 4. The last job failed for the following reason: (ID 3115) DPM was not able to complete this job within the time allocated for the set of jobs associated with this protection group. (ID 3151).Type: Synchronization
Description: The replica on the DPM server for path on SERVERNAME is inconsistent. Changes cannot be applied to file path and file name. (ID 109 Details: Access is denied (0x80070005)
Start time: date and time.
Time elapsed: elapsedTime
Data transferred: 18.75 MB (19662648 bytes)
Data transfer rate: 83 KB/s
Source details: path on SERVERNAME
Protection group: Protection Group 1
For Data Protection Manager 2006To resolve this problem, configure the antivirus program to exclude real-time monitoring of the Msdpmfsagent.exe program on the Data Protection Manager server. By default, the Msdpmfsagent.exe file is located in the following folder:
For Data Protection Manager 2007To resolve this problem, configure the antivirus program to exclude real-time monitoring of the Dpmra.exe program on the Data Protection Manager server. By default, the Dpmra.exe file is located in the following folder:
We recommend that you configure the antivirus program to delete infected files from file servers and from the Data Protection Manager server instead of using the quarantine feature to archive infected files. This is to help prevent data corruption of replicas and shadow copies.
If an antivirus program is configured to automatically clean and quarantine an infected file, the antivirus program modifies the file. However, Data Protection Manager 2006 is unable to detect these changes to the file. When Data Protection Manager 2006 tries to synchronize a replica that has been modified by another program, the replica and the shadow copies of the file may be corrupted. For more information about how to configure an antivirus program to delete infected files, see the program documentation, or contact the manufacturer of the antivirus program.
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ID d'article : 928840 - Dernière mise à jour : 22 juil. 2009 - Révision : 1