Hi, I'm getting an error which does not seem to match in the DPM 2010 ID codes. Randomly, I have backups of an exchange 2010 DAG that are failing. The backup will run for a short time (5mints..up to 10minuts) and then will fail with the following error:
Type: Recovery point
Description: Backup failed as another copy of 'user' database is currently being backed up. (ID 32628 Details: Internal error code: 0x80990D51)
End time: 4/25/2011 10:37:27 PM
Start time: 4/25/2011 10:26:55 PM
Time elapsed: 00:10:31
Data transferred: 0 MB
Cluster node -
Recovery Point Type Incremental Sync
Source details: 06001
Protection group: EXCH2010 - 06001
I've tried restarting the DPM server to troubleshoot. I say this happens randomly because I've had some backups successfully complete against the same exchange server. The only other item that seems odd is when creating protection groups against the DAG, the intial lookup seems to take forever. Not sure what to try next.
- 移動 MarcReynolds 2011年4月26日 12:37 (From:Data Protection Manager)
When this happens, if you go to the exchange server and from within the exchange management shell type: Get-MailboxDatabase 'DBName' -Status |fl
Does this show the "BackupInProgress" flag set to true or false?
- 回答の候補に設定 ShaneB. _Moderator 2011年4月27日 13:08
Yes, on the backups that have failed it shows that "BackupInProgress" flag is set to "True". On backups that seem to be working the "BackupInProgress" flag is set to "False"
I ended up rebooting the exchange nodes to resolve the issue. This changed the "BackupInProgress" flag to false. Thanks for your help!
Is there a better solution than rebooting or restarting the information store? Can I force the flag to false?
Also in addition to a few databases, I always seem to get an error with System State backup at the same time.
"DPM cannot create a backup because Windows Server Backup (WSB) on the protected computer encountered an error (WSB Event ID: 521, WSB Error Code: 0x807800A1). (ID 30229 Details: Internal error code: 0x809909FB)"
I'm also experiencing the same issue and rebooting the exchanger server is not ideal.
Is there a way to change the backup flag status from True to False without rebooting or restarting the information store?
thanks in Advance,
As DPM relies on the exchange writer to take the snapshot for the backup, if the backupinprogress flag is set to true and it does not seem get out of this state even when there is no actual backup in place, then at this point DPM is the victim.
As far as I am aware the only way is to clear that flag is to:
a.) Reboot the exchange server
b.) Restart the information store
In some cases even:
1.) Either Activate all other databases on another Node except for the Problem Database, and Dismount the Problem database temporarily
1.)Dismount all Databases on this Node including the problem database
2.)Restart the Exchange Information Store Service.
3.)Mount any dismounted databases
You may want to redirect this question below to the exchange 2010 forum of:
"if the backupinprogress is set to true when it should be set to false as there really is no backup being taken, then how can I reset it without having to perform:
a.) reboot of exchange
b.) restart of the information store"
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- 回答としてマーク Yegor StartsevMVP, Moderator 2013年2月28日 7:11
This is a new answer to an old post, but I've found that performing a switchover to another copy of the DB in the DAG clears the issue for me and DPM starts running again.
This is with Exchange 2010 SP1 UR6.
- 編集済み ChrisinSF1 2012年8月2日 14:56
I had this problem once and i solve it by restarting DPMRA service on the DPM server.
Please check that and get back to me.
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