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Backup Service Availability

Updated: January 27, 2011

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

For Windows Server Backup to be able to perform backups and recoveries, the Block Level Backup Engine service (wbengine) must be able to start and the global or local catalogs must not be corrupted. Wbengine enables Windows Server Backup to perform block-level backup and recovery operations. The global catalog is a file that Windows Server Backup uses to store the details about all of your backups (what volumes are backed up and where the backups are located). The local catalog is a file that Windows Server Backup creates to store details about the backups that are stored on a specific backup destination.

Events

Event ID Source Message

1

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Backup started.

2

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Windows Backup catalog is corrupt. Please recover the catalog from a backup using 'WBADMIN RESTORE CATALOG' or using Windows Backup MMC Snapin.

160

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

The System Catalog has been recovered from Backup Target '%1'.

161

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

The System Catalog has been deleted.

192

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Restore started.

240

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

The System State Restore started at '%1'.

514

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Windows Backup catalog is corrupt. Please recover the catalog from a backup using 'WBADMIN RESTORE CATALOG' or using Windows Backup MMC Snapin.

523

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

The System Catalog has been recovered from Backup Target '%1'.

524

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

The System Catalog has been deleted.

755

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Installing the handler for Block level backup engine service failed with error code '%1'.

769

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

The System State Restore started at '%1'

Related Management Information

Backup and Recovery Operations

File Services

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