No stubbing for NON-NDMP NAS

Last post 03-15-2016, 3:34 AM by jarzaks4e. 3 replies.
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  • No stubbing for NON-NDMP NAS
    Posted: 03-02-2016, 3:15 PM

    Hello Everyone,

    We made a NON-NDMP client with UNC shares. We configured it with use of iDA for Filesystem from Media Agent as a proxy (we have small installation CS and MA are on one physical server). Also we checked "Only backup files that qualify to archive" and to delete files instead to make stubc. Scan, Backup/Archive, Index and Stubbing phases run without errors, but archived files remain on NAS. In logs we can read:

    Could not open 'C:\Program Files\CommVault\Simpana\iDataAgent\JobResults\CV_JobResults\iDataAgent\FileSystemAgent\2\46\FSTurboStubbedFiles.cvf' for reading, error=0xECCC0002:{FindFsdm.cpp[FindFsdm::InitializeFiles(756)]/ErrNo.2.(No such file or directory)}

    But permissions are correct - files are created and modified by backup process (according to access and modify times).

    For tests we made nMinDRBackupBeforeStubbing and nMinDaysBeforeStubbing equal 0.

    We have v10 SP 12. Any clue?



  • Re: No stubbing for NON-NDMP NAS
    Posted: 03-07-2016, 5:34 PM

    Adding nMinDRBackupBeforeStubbing and nMinDaysBeforeStubbing and setting to 0 would take Delayed Stubbing out of the operation. Those settings shouldn't be kept in place, but only utilized for testing (they are in place to protect data, in the event of a DR restore).

    I would assume your content isn't qualifiing for archiving. I would say double check that your content will be archived, according to your subclients Disk Cleanup settings.


    Is the file: "FSTurboStubbedFiles.cvf" present within the JobResult directory of the proxy?

    Do you see itmes within the backup "View Backup Items" option?

    When you browse the latest data, Do you see the content displayed as backed up?

    Are the subclients Filters interferring with the content from qualifying?

    Are you trying to archive any of the following extensions, because they will not be archived:

    • *.dll
    • *.bat
    • *.exe
    • *.cur
    • *.ico
    • *.lnk
  • Re: No stubbing for NON-NDMP NAS
    Posted: 03-08-2016, 5:11 AM

    Thanks for anwser,

    We use this two paramenters becouse we don't want to wait three days to see if our archives works or not. If it work we change this to default.

    We have Disk Cleanup configured - see attachment.

    1) "FSTurboStubbedFiles.cvf" is present in JobResults directory of the proxy

    2) Yes We can see items with View Backup Items

    3) No we see nothing. But when we check "Show deleted itmes" there are shown with red trashbin - see attachment

    4) there is no filters

    5) we archive media files with different extensions.



  • Re: No stubbing for NON-NDMP NAS
    Posted: 03-15-2016, 3:34 AM



    Customer updated to SP13 and now it works. Thanks for help.

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