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Credentials Check Test run status : Fail

Test Run Job Information
 
Credentials Check

 

Backup job name : Weekly Full Backup
Test run status : Fail
Media protection: Overwrite
Target device : HP 1
Target media : Media Set 1
Total byte count: 0.000

 

Job Completion Status
Job started     : Wednesday, December 02, 2015 11:49:09 AM
Job ended       : Wednesday, December 02, 2015 11:49:10 AM
Final error: 0xe0008703 - Job failed running its test run. See logfile for details.

Final error category: Job Errors
Completed status: Failed
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Are you aware that BE 10 has EOL'ed a long time ago?  Server 2003 is also EOL.

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Re: Credentials Check Test run status : Fail

Disable the test run and just do the actual backup. Sometimes the credential will fail during a test run, but it is OK for the actual backup

Re: Credentials Check Test run status : Fail

when run actual backup the Job Status: Successful , Percent Complete: 100% , but No Device name and byte count: 0

Job log Display Error: one or more errors were encountered converting the job log into a web page for display. hte jop log will be displayed test format.

The job log for thish job may not be generated.

Re: Credentials Check Test run status : Fail

Check the TN below for the job log error:

https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.000039802

Thanks!

Re: Credentials Check Test run status : Fail

Log file give 0 files in 0 directories.

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-16"?>
<joblog><job_log_version version="2.0"/>
<header><filler>======================================================================
</filler><server>Job server: EPSILON
</server><name>Job name: TestRun 00051
</name><start_time>Job started: Saturday, November 28, 2015 at 2:50:41 PM
</start_time><type>Job type: Backup
</type><log_name>Job Log: BEX_EPSILON_01857.xml
</log_name><filler>======================================================================
</filler></header><backed_up_dirs_files>Backed up 0 files in 0 directories.
</backed_up_dirs_files><footer><filler>======================================================================
</filler><end_time>Job ended: Saturday, November 28, 2015 at 2:50:41 PM
</end_time><engine_completion_status>Job completion status: Successful
</engine_completion_status><filler>======================================================================
</filler></footer></joblog>

This is the result from the

This is the result from the Test Run (see the job name).  Obviously, it would not backup anything.

As I said earlier, disable the test run option in the job and run the actual backup.

Re: Credentials Check Test run status : Fail

 

 After running the actual backup

 

Job History for Daily Backup


 

 

Daily Backup
Job name            : Daily  Backup
Job type            : Backup
Job status          : Successful
Job log             : 
Server name         : XXXXX
Selection list name : Daily  Backup
Device name         : 
Target name         : HP 
Media set name      : Media 
 
Job Summary Information
Original start time : Friday, December 04, 2015 11:00:00 PM
Job started         : Thursday, December 03, 2015 11:40:43 AM
Job ended           : Thursday, December 03, 2015 11:40:43 AM
Elapsed time        : 00:00:00
Files               : 0
Directories         : 0
Skipped files       : 0
Corrupt files       : 0
Files in use        : 0
Byte count          : 0 bytes
Job rate            : 0.00 MB/Min (Byte count divided by Elapsed time for job)

 

 

Re: Credentials Check Test run status : Fail

Save the job log as HTML and post it as an attachment

Re: Credentials Check Test run status : Fail

What version of BE are you

What version of BE are you using? Include the build number in your answer What are you trying to backup? Include the OS of the remote server in your answer

Re: Credentials Check Test run status : Fail

VERITAS Backup Exec Version 10.0.5484.0  

OS Windows Server 2003 

Backup normal data

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Are you aware that BE 10 has

Are you aware that BE 10 has EOL'ed a long time ago?  Server 2003 is also EOL.

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