Mount Corrupt and Unreadable & others errors

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Re: Mount Corrupt and Unreadable & others errors

Postby tas3086 » Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:33 am

TeraByte Support wrote:
> suggest mounting with simulated writes.

Sorry, simulated writes did not make any difference. Windows\system32 subdirectories are not accessible, along with many others.
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Re: Mount Corrupt and Unreadable & others errors

Postby tas3086 » Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:10 am

There is a fix in the 3.03 release for changes only backup and indexing. If I remove the #0 index files from this group in incrementals, would my files be visible under view and mount facilities? I am willing to give it a try, but once I delete them, they are gone, and will not be available for any additional problem determination efforts.

( I suppose that I could rename them to $0 just in case they are needed.) Let me know if it is worth a test.

UPDATE: I did the rename options and tried mount and view on the file chain, and the problem continues to happen. Files are missing on view and mount, but restore seems to work properly.
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Re: Mount Corrupt and Unreadable & others errors

Postby TeraByte Support » Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:45 am

no, it's internal, they will go away if you do a combine since the new fill
will be correct. Or create a new diff off the full (the indexes were only
off in the diff file). The hash file has nothing to do with it.


"tas3086" wrote in message news:12657@public.image...

There is a fix in the 3.03 release for changes only backup and indexing. If
I remove the #0 index files from this group in incrementals, would my files
be visible under view and mount facilities? I am willing to give it a try,
but once I delete them, they are gone, and will not be available for any
additional problem determination efforts.

( I suppose that I could rename them to $0 just in case they are needed.)
Let me know if it is worth a test.

UPDATE: I did the rename options and tried mount and view on the file
chain, and the problem continues to happen. Files are missing on view and
mount, but restore seems to work properly.

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Re: Mount Corrupt and Unreadable & others errors (RESOLVED)

Postby tas3086 » Tue Oct 11, 2016 6:35 pm

Nice Job,

Combined all the (bad) iterations, Did a view and a mount. All the missing subdirectories are no longer missing.

Unlike many other companies, my trust is complete with your utilities. When a backup validates, the restore always works. Other companies promise, but do not consistently deliver.

Are you considering BIBM possibilities for GPT disks, UEFI Boot selection, partitioning, etc? It would be nice.
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