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    If you’re getting a Win32 32 Unknown error message on your computer, check out these troubleshooting ideas. How to fix Win32 errors Solution 1. Update Windows. Usually, when your computer receives a message with a Win32 error code, the application displays an error. Solution 2: Run a new hardware and devices troubleshooter. Windows Troubleshooter is a built-in program that must find solution 3: Run System File Checker. You can also use Microsoft’s System File Checker to find out more.

    It’s also possible that someone previously disabled WOFB (Windows Open File Backup) for client backups. -L

     bpclient -shopper my-customer-name 

    Assuming the client is NetBackup v7.x then if nothing shows up with the above command the log should be that WOFB is enabled, this is usually the case and VSS is mostly used because of the “instant” tool …

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    However, if the client is NetBackup v6.5.x, the appliance can use the VSP as a WOFB method rather than VSS.

    May I ask which version of Windows and which version of NetBackup client the problem client is running on? Try this comandu on the main server:

     bpgetconfig -g my-client-name 

    If I were to say that the client is running version 6.5.x, keep in mind that the main server also shows performance:

     Windows: bpgetconfig -M clientName | see "VSP"Unix: / i bpgetconfig -M my-client-name | grep - my partner and I "VSP" 

    Unfortunately, you are generally not allowed to post / reply to such a forum.

    Hello,

    I have a Solaris 9 box with Netbackup 5.1. Works well for different
    Solaris, our Irix machines and Linux. However I create mine with problems
    Windows Server 2003 Clients

    You are using 5.1 so successfully and it works fine most of the time. Nevertheless
    sometimes some client related jobs fail with call 1 (sometimes
    success).

    Here is an example: –
    # bpfehler | awk ‘if (66 732 $) == print’ | grep WRN
    1113427517 1 4 8 netbackupserver 6732 6731 0 windowsbox bpbrm with client
    windowsbox: WRN – Unable to open file: C: Documents and SettingsAll
    UserApplication DataMicrosoftNetworkDownloaderqmgr0.dat (WIN32 32:
    Unknown error)
    1113427517 4 4 8 netbackupserver 6732 6731 6 windowsbox bpbrmfrom client
    windowsbox: WRN – cannot open file C: documents: along with SettingsAll
    UserApplication DataMicrosoftNetworkDownloaderqmgr1.dat (WIN32 32:
    Unknown error)
    1113427749 some 4 8 netbackupserver 6732 6731 7 windowsbox bpbrm from client
    windowsbox: WRN – Removable Storage Management: Database could not be sent
    (WIN32 21: unknown error)

    Has anyone met him? Why can’t his Netbackup client read them?
    Files?

    (I don’t necessarily need separate exception details for all of our
    server)

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  • Hey

    K M

    First of all, I can help others with a couple of posts.

    This issue occurs because of a background analytics service.
    (BITS) blocks these files. Therefore, Netbackup cannot copy them. PARTS
    is part of Microsoft Software Services Improve (MSUS).

    win32 32 unknown error

    A generally accepted workaround is to add a couple of files containing either
    List of Windows or NetBackup file types to exclude from backup.

    [quote] I got a Solaris 9 box with Netbackup 5.1. Works well on different
    Solaris, our Irix machines and Linux. However, I have some with falls
    Windows Server 2003 Clients

    They also work in 5.1 and work fine most of the time. However
    sometimes several ideal client jobs with status 1 are interrupted (sometimes
    success).

    Here is an example: –
    # bpfehler | awk ‘if (66 732 $) == print’ | grep WRN
    1113427517 1 4 netbackupserver important 6732 6731 0 windowsbox bpbrm received from client
    windowsbox: WRN – can’t honestly File: C: Documents and settingsAll
    UserApplication DataMicrosoftNetworkDownloaderqmgr0.dat (WIN32 32:
    Unknown error)
    1113427517 1 4 2 netbackupserver 6732 6731 0 windowsbox bpbrm via client
    windowsbox: WRN – C: Document file: and SettingsAll could not be opened
    UserApplication DataMicrosoftNetworkDownloaderqmgr1.dat (WIN32 32:
    Unknown error)
    1113427749 1 4 8 netbackupserver 6732 6731 0 windowsbox bpbrm as client
    windowsbox: WRN – Removable Storage Management: Database cannot be exported
    (WIN32 21: unknown error)

    [/ Quote]

    On Thursday, April 12, 2005 at 3:09 PM Wayne T. Smith wrote:
    [quote] A common workaround is to help you add a couple of files using one of the two
    List of Windows or NetBackup ring books to exclude from backup.
    [/ quote]
    [quote] http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;839090
    [/ Quote]
    From the information and the link, it became clear what the qmgr files are doing.

    Someone below answered the list that I can configure VSP (Volume Snapshot)
    Suppliers). As far as I know VSP is old for backing up open files. Idea
    because I don’t need to manage excluded versions of lists because Netbackup can do that
    just quiet open files. It almost sounds great. Now the problem is me
    I thought everything was ready.

    Nothing is said about the client side of the action. From server
    bpclient senses that it is on.

    # bpclient – client window name: -l
    Client window window
    Current host:
    Hostname: windowsbox
    IP address: 0.0.0.0
    Connect to unreserved mov: no
    No back connections: no
    Dynamic address: no
    Free navigation: allow
    Getting list: not specified
    Maximum job openings for this client: unspecified
    WOFB enabled: yes
    WOFB FIM: VSP
    Using WOFB: snapshot of one disk
    WOFB Error Checking: Abort on Error

    But I stillfacing problems like: –
    # bpfehler | awk ‘if (6 $ == 7069) print’ | grep WRN | Head -1
    1113788385 1 4 8 netbackupserver 7069 7068 1 sqlserver bpbrm from WRN client
    windowsbox: – shouldn’t open file: C: Documents and SettingsAll
    UserApplication DataMicrosoftNetworkDownloaderqmgr0.dat (WIN32 32:
    Unknown error)

    Did I really design a VSP? Is there a way to check this?

    Hey

    K M

    You can get many win32 errors like perf / etc … anyway
    they rebuild at good dr Anything – win32 rejuvenates at full
    doctor

    —– Original message —–
    From: Stewart
    To: johnson veritas-bu mailman.eng.auburn. April 18, 2005 edu
    Sent: 4:33 AM
    Subject: Re: [Veritas-bu] WS2k3 – Unable to open file, unknown error

    On Thursday, April 14, 2005 at 3:09 PM Wayne T. Smith wrote:
    [quote] The usual workaround is to add a pair to one of the files
    Windows or NetBackup flags the files to exclude from the backup.
    [/ quote]
    [quote] http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;839090
    [/ Quote]
    Thanks for the info and url, she explained what qmgr does with personal files.

    Someone on the list answeredI said that, according to the experts, I should adjust the VSP (volume
    instantaneous
    Suppliers). As far as I know, VSP is generally used to save open files. v
    idea
    because I dont need to manage exclusion lists for linked sets because netbackup
    maybe
    Just copy open files. Everything looks great. Problem
    I am
    I thought I activated it.

    Not everything is often decided on the client side. From it seems
    server
    bpclient to think they are included.

    win32 32 unknown error

    # bpclient – client window name: -l
    Client window window
    Current host:
    Hostname: windowsbox
    IP address: 0.0.0.0
    Connect to an unreserved port: no
    No back connections: no
    Dynamic address: no
    Free navigation: allow
    Getting list: not specified
    Maximum job openings for this client: unspecified
    WOFB enabled: yes
    WOFB FIM: VSP
    Using WOFB: snapshot of one disk
    WOFB Error Checking: Abort on Error

    But I still have problems like: –
    # bpfehler | awk ‘if (6 $ == 7069) print’ | grep WRN | Chair -1
    1113788385 1 4 8 netbackupserver 7069 7068 0 sqlserver bpbrm with client ntom

    windowsbox: WRN – Unable to open file: C: Documents and SettingsAll
    UserApplication DataMicrosoftNetworkDownloaderqmgr0.dat (WIN32 32:

    Have I actually configured the VSP? Is there a way to check this?

    Hey

    K M

    Enjoy a faster

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