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Backup Set Integrity

Updated: January 27, 2011

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

When you run a backup operation, Windows Server Backup runs checks for consistency and hardware and software corruption to determine the integrity of the backup set.

Events

Event ID Source Message

3

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Backup catalog on selected backup disk '%1' is corrupt. Please choose a different target.

7

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Backup started at '%6' failed with following error code %7.

10

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

There is no backup available on target '%1' as backup data is corrupted.

11

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Backup of Volume '%2' on target found to be corrupt.

12

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Backup of Volume on target found to have some corrupt application metadata.

13

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Backup completed with warning(s) - Volume '%2' has developed new bad clusters. This may be an indication of problems with your hardware. %3 bytes have not been backed up as they could not be read. Please run chkdsk /R on '%2' and rerun the backup.

146

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

A volume '%1' included for backup is missing. This could be because the volume is dismounted, reformatted or disk is detached.

213

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Backup set of volume '%2' on target loaded.

519

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Backup started at '%1' failed to backup volume(s) '%2' with following error code %3 (%4). Please rerun backup once issue is resolved.

522

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

There is no backup available on target '%1' as backup data is corrupted. Please rerun backup to be able to restore from the target.

525

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Backup completed with warning(s) - Volume '%2' has developed new bad clusters. This may be an indication of problems with your hardware. %3 bytes have not been backed up as they could not be read. Please run chkdsk /R on '%2' and rerun the backup.

565

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

Consistency check for component '%1'\'%2' failed. Application '%3' will not be avaliable in the backup done at time '%4'

658

Microsoft-Windows-Backup

A volume '%1' included for backup is missing. This could be because the volume is dismounted, reformatted or disk is detached. Please correct the issue and rerun backup.

Related Management Information

Backup Sets

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