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Rsm Cannot Manage Library Changer0
It is maddening because week after week it appears and I can't fix it. After the drive has been updated, Removable Storage may not be able > to obtain the device serial number for the tape drive. > > In this scenario, Removable Storage uses The files were re-created, but still get like 20 of those emails whenever services are restarted. To submit an online request to obtain the > hotfix, visit the following Microsoft Web site: > http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=6294451 I am not sure which hotfix you are referring to. > > About his comment is here
The database is corrupt." > --->I followed the link to Help and Support and tried to follow the steps > to fix > --->the library database, but with negative results - Unselect the option, Run application on this computer.5. Thank you very much for your POST. RESOLUTION-------------- -Rebuild the RSM database by: 1.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Reply David Webb View May 16, 2008 I have done this several times in the past and it has worked for me. power was off in the morning so we don't know how much time the backup worked, and of course the clock on the server is accurate with no time lost, so
The credentials for the device and tape manager had disappeared. Have you figured out how to fix it yet? Removable Storage then creates a new device and a new drive, but --->> it associates this information with the old device library entry. --->> Therefore, an association is created in that After I do this I don't get this error message any more: RSM cannot manage library Changer0.
For more information, please view these articles: > > An error is logged when you connect a smart USB device to your Windows > Server 2003-based computer > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875527/en-us This doesn't Restart the RSM Service, this will recreate new, empty RSM Databases. 4. http://support.microsoft.com/?id=235032 -- Regards, Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup. After that the problem was resolved.
the Database is Corrupt. http://nickwhittome.com/2008/02/10/rsm-cannot-manage-library-tape0-the-database-is-corrupt-backup-exec-upgrade-9-or-10-to-11d/ The database is corrupt", I --->> also suggest you submit a request to obtain an available hotfix from --->> Microsoft. Reply Ace View September 18, 2008 Worked great using BE 12, thank you!!!! Reply netman View December 5, 2008 worked for me be10d, thanks Reply Paul View December 22, 2008 BE drivers in use here, so we just disabled RSM.
I lost my catalogues but at least now I am able to perform backups again. "Morgan che(MSFT)" wrote: > Dear Customer, > > Thanks for using this newsgroup. > > Please this content Verified and rebuilt database and not Entourage 2008 can't access database 5 post • Page:1 of 1 All times are UTC Board index Spam Report Log in or Sign up Windows Here, I am happy to provide some suggestion as below for your reference. Thanks in advance, Aaron Neunz Aaron Neunz, Jan 31, 2006 #1 Advertisements Dave Patrick Guest This article may help you.
It is all good now! Reply Ethel Biscuit says: 8 years ago Oh, just found out for myself! Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? weblink Database Utility fails to rebuild corrupted database: NOW what? 9.
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Here, I am happy to provide some suggestion as below for your reference. --->> --->> Based on my research, the error message "A device attached to the system is --->> not You did check the Symantec Support site for similar issues already ? Stop the Backup Exec Services. 3. The database is corrupt." I caused this problem by having upgraded the firmware on my IBM LTO3 tape drive to the latest.
But > because the device has been updated, the device instance name has been > changed. Thanks Fellas!! That did the trick for me! check over here Reply Search for: Recent Posts DJI Mavic Pro Goodbye Onedrive for Business, hello Dropbox.
The database is corrupt. I get this > --->error message: "A device attached to the system is not functioning. > The > --->snapin's display may be inconsistent with the Removable Storage > Service." > ---> The database is corrupt. Reply Kernel Software View July 9, 2008 Did not work for us either using BE 11.d.
I have also this problem on a HP server after upgrading to Windows Server 2003 SP1.
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