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Old 08-23-2007, 04:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've been seeing the following type of entries in my BackupExec log files:

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WARNING: "\\SERVER2\Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes\user [user]xxx61478;BlackBerryHandheldInfoxxx61478;BlackBerryMsgOnDeviceSearc hFolderxxx61478;xxx338;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx25444;xxx26160;xxx25700;xxx25190;xxx12593;xxx12340;xxx24889;xxx14132;xxx24888;xxx12645;xxx12852;xxx13110;xxx25398;xxx25648;xxx25142;xxx13410;xxx14128;xxx12336;xxx25444;xxx25698;xxx13107;xxx14389;xxx25654;xxx13366;xxx13617;xxx12852;xxx24888;xxx25651;xxx25138;xxx25702;xxx24932;xxx25141;xxx25398;xxx13878;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336; xxx12852;xxx25395;xxx25699;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx25444;xxx25698;xxx13107;xxx14389;xxx25654;xxx13366;xxx13617;xxx12852;xxx24888;xxx25651;xxx25138;xxx25702;xxx24932;xxx25141;xxx25398;xxx13878;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12389;xxx25142;xxx14648;xxx12336;xxx12336;Ready to Invoice" is a corrupt file.
This file cannot verify.
WARNING: "\\SERVER2\Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes\user [user]xxx61478;BlackBerryHandheldInfoxxx61478;BlackBerryRefIDSearchFolde r1_7xxx61478;xxx338;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx25444;xxx26160;xxx25700;xxx25190;xxx12593;xxx12340;xxx24889;xxx14132;xxx24888;xxx12645;xxx12852;xxx13110;xxx25398;xxx25648;xxx25142;xxx13410;xxx14128;xxx12336;xxx25444;xxx25698;xxx13107;xxx14389;xxx25654;xxx13366;xxx13617;xxx12852;xxx24888;xxx25651;xxx25138;xxx25702;xxx24932;xxx25141;xxx25398;xxx13878;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12852;xxx25395;xxx25699; xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx25444;xxx25698;xxx13107;xxx14389;xxx25654;xxx13366;xxx13617;xxx12852;xxx24888;xxx25651;xxx25138;xxx25702;xxx24932;xxx25141;xxx25398;xxx13878;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12389;xxx25142;xxx14648;xxx12336;xxx12336;Ready to Invoice" is a corrupt file.
This file cannot verify.
WARNING: "\\SERVER2\Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes\user [user]xxx61478;Top of Information Storexxx61478;Inboxxxx61478;xxx338;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx25444;xxx26160;xxx25700;xxx25190;xxx12593;xxx12340;xxx24889;xxx14132;xxx24888;xxx12645;xxx12852;xxx13110;xxx25398;xxx25648;xxx25142;xxx13410;xxx14128;xxx12336;xxx25444;xxx25698;xxx13107;xxx14389;xxx25654;xxx13366;xxx13617;xxx12852;xxx24888;xxx25651;xxx25138;xxx25702;xxx24932;xxx25141;xxx25398; xxx13878;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12852;xxx25395;xxx25699;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx25444;xxx25698;xxx13107;xxx14389;xxx25654;xxx13366;xxx13617;xxx12852;xxx24888;xxx25651;xxx25138;xxx25702;xxx24932;xxx25141;xxx25398;xxx13878;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12336;xxx12389;xxx25142;xxx14648;xxx12336;xxx12336;Ready to Invoice" is a corrupt file.
I can go into the mailbox via OWA and delete the email from the inbox which gets rid of the log entry, but the log entry just comes back with some other corruption later on! We do store backups, as well as brick level backups, and we're not going to drop either method. Have not used dbclean, and have looked at mdbvu32.exe, but it's unecessary, as I can delete this message via OWA. How to remove this from happening?

Using Symantec (Veritas) Backup Exec 10d, Exchange 2003, BES 4.1.

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Old 08-24-2007, 05:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi

Try to upgrade to 11d and use GRT (granular restore techonolgy) instead. Well, if you do a B2D this could help a lot....


The work-around would be to deselect the currupted items from brick-level selection in BE - have fun

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Old 08-24-2007, 05:34 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I'm still wrapping my head around why you'd be doing brick level backups ...
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heed the advice on upgrading to 11D, had this issue on 10E and issue is now resolved and the method of brick level backups is gone.
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Thanks for the tips guys. We're doing brick level for quicker restores, but I agree, store backups should be fine, if done to disk. Also when restoring email, it doesn't require 110% free drive space to do it.
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You're talking about the Recovery Storage Groups (E2K3), right? That's one way to avoid brick-level, but it's slower

But in BE 11d, Symantec introduced a better way to restore single mailboxes and elements. Basically it's the same as brick-level it just works a whole lot different.


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Yes, E2K3. We got a quote on an upgrade to 11d, appreciate the input y'all!
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I switched to Commvault Galaxy after having a few problem with BE 10, the above being one of them. And now that they are more "symantecized" I trust the quality of their products even less.
So if you are ever in the market again take a look at the commvault galaxy I like it a lot better but only have used for two weeks so far.
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