After I got the error message when i am try to take full backup my Exchange 2007 Server first error is VSS - Snapshot technology Failure i also check the Services its working at Exchange 2007 ..
The Second error i got it the log file sector didn't match .
Thanks for your Assistance ..
Make sure the VSS writers are stable and running on the server in question. Open a command prompt on that server and type: vssadmin list writers.
A restart normally fixes any VSS writers not listed as Stable and Running.
Well the sector size error in your screenshot is either because the Backup to disk storage (B2D) device has a different sector size than the volume on the Exchange server that contains the EDB and LOG files OR because you have not fully patched your Backup Exec 2012 installation (as we did identify and fix something related to that error with a patch in the 2012 version)
Please confirm you have the latest patches installed and also use fsutil on your backup target drive and the drives that contain the Exchange data to check the bytes per sector information.
Note the operating system of the two servers may also be important as officially (even though they sort of worked) Microsoft did not support 4k sector sizes until Windows 2012
Do ensure AOFO option is disabled for the Exchange backup job.
Secondly, run the following command via cmd. Run this on the BE server against the volume where the staging location is and also on the Exchange server against the Exchange volume -
FSUTIL FSINFO NTFSINFO x:
What are the sector sizes ? Do they match ?
Hi guys ...
Currnetly i am using Service Pack 3 now i am downloading Service Pack 4 also my Bk Exe 2012 A new version is availble Bk Exc2015 whats your recommendation i also Run the below Command .
FSUTIL FSINFO NTFSINFO z: at my Bk Ex2012 Server recently We move our old Exchange 2007 to Other new Dell Server machine till now i am faing this issue .
You need to run that FSUTIL comamnd on
1) The drive on your Backup Exec server that you are backing up to
2) The Drive on your Exchnage Server that contains the Exchange Database
3) The drive on your Exchange Server that contains the Exchange log files (if different from 2 above)
In your Live Update, the reference to Backup Exec 15 is just an indication that the new version exists (as an advert), you cannot install 15 from within LiveUpdate. As BE 15 discontinues support for some older environments (32bit Operating Systems on the Backup Exec Server for instance) you should read the HCL and SCL documents carefully before planning to upgrade and also note that the BE 2012 license will not be valid for BE 15 so if you are no longer under maintenance you will need to purchase licenses.