VM Backup hangs on 21% with Synoloy R407 over CIFS
I'm using vRanger Pro (220.127.116.1137,R22) to backup onto our synology r407 and that does not work... I get this:
Error Message: 2712 - can't create the directory cifs:.
I can access the folder from the same server and write onto the share without any problems. I can do the same from our esx hosts, I can write files with the same user I use to connect to the synology r407 from the esx hosts...
But when the program starts a backup it hangs at 21% fails and gives me the mentioned error message.
Any help would be appreciated.
P.S. Just loaded the latest firmware this morning, did not help...
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This will occur if the Windows files are Corrupted or Fragmented, the solution is to backup by logging in to Safe Mode. Please restart the computer and try pressing F8 Key to select Safe Mode. If the Safe Mode is working fine then please backup the data and Format the computer using the Window XP or the Operating System Disc which you have. If the Safe Mode is not working then use any Linux CD like Ubuntu (www.ubuntu.com) it's free! Then boot the CD to backup the data for any external Hard Drive or Pen Drive and format the Notebook using the appropriate Operating System Disc like Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7.
This issue needs to go back to Newtech. They can guide you through the issue. Is the external drive LARGE enough? Windows backup takes huge amounts of room. I suggest Handy Backup Pro, it can pull backup across networks, and push the data to drives and ONLINE locations.
#1 Use windows backup in Windows 7 to create a full system backup of the OS to DVD or a removable drive. (And well as any data on any other partition)
#2 Repartition drive to roughtly 50 50 split
#3 Install XP to partition 1, Install 7 to partition 2 then restore the backup of 7 to partition 2,
Are you using Windows? If you are using Windows, go to Start => Programs => Accessories => System Tools => Backup. In the backup wizard that opens, choose which backup type you want and you can choose your backup destination. Choose your Seagate Expansion external drive for your backup location so that Windows can store an image of your current system into your external drive.
no absolutely not! Those kits are also more trouble than they are worth if anything at all is not right in the setup. Its worth going and having it done proper, and its not too pricey as long as you phone around enough.My shop in NB charges $10 per pound and a flat rate for labor depending on vehicle. You will burn out the AC in about a month on the wrong refrigerant, they have r34 in r407 as straight up r407 is no longer legal as pure.