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DPM 2010 - Replica is Inconsistent RRS feed

  • Question

  • I am getting an Error # 30119 Replica is Inconsistent when backing up the OS drive C: on a Windows2003 server. The System State and the data volume F: backup with no errors - only the C: drive. I have tried to perform a consistency check, but that just fails too. The Help file says " The change journal ID may have changed since the last synchronization" but I don't know what that means or how to fix that either.

    Any advise on where to start troubleshooing ?

    Monday, July 12, 2010 7:18 PM

Answers

  • Hi all

    There are some thing that you could try out.

    1) Does your C drive have enough free space? For your backup to work fine it's a good thing to have 1 GB of free space on the C drive (in this case)

    2) Does all your VSS writers report a stable sate? To see this, open an administrative promot and type "vssadmin list writers" if any VSS writer is in a "retryable sate" or other try reboot your server.

    3) If your journal is faulty you can modify the protection group that the protected member (thats your C drive) is located. To do this, mark the protection group and click on modify, run through the guide and click finish. Try to do a manually concistency check.

    4) Stop the protection of the protected member (your C drive) bur RETAIN the data. Modify the protection group and include the C drive again.

    Hope this helps!

    BR

    Robert Hedblom


    Check out my DPM blog http://robertanddpm.blogspot.com
    Tuesday, August 3, 2010 8:05 PM
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  • Anyone ? Sure could use some help with this one issue...
    Friday, July 16, 2010 4:39 PM
  • Did you try rebooting the server (not DPM, but the protected server)

    Thanks,

    Parag

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    Friday, July 23, 2010 5:08 AM
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  • Hi,

    has this solved your problem?

    I have the same Problem with DPM 2010 and no idea...

     

    Tuesday, August 3, 2010 2:23 PM
  • Hi all

    There are some thing that you could try out.

    1) Does your C drive have enough free space? For your backup to work fine it's a good thing to have 1 GB of free space on the C drive (in this case)

    2) Does all your VSS writers report a stable sate? To see this, open an administrative promot and type "vssadmin list writers" if any VSS writer is in a "retryable sate" or other try reboot your server.

    3) If your journal is faulty you can modify the protection group that the protected member (thats your C drive) is located. To do this, mark the protection group and click on modify, run through the guide and click finish. Try to do a manually concistency check.

    4) Stop the protection of the protected member (your C drive) bur RETAIN the data. Modify the protection group and include the C drive again.

    Hope this helps!

    BR

    Robert Hedblom


    Check out my DPM blog http://robertanddpm.blogspot.com
    Tuesday, August 3, 2010 8:05 PM
    Moderator