Time Machine Backup Failed With Error 17
Well that wasn't the case and then I thought, well, I can't use time machine on a network drive. You'll be prompted for the administrator login password. I've had to completely reformat and start over 3 times now and I've only had the Time Capsule for a couple months. Had to do a hard shut down to get the files to delete though.)Thanks!
BTW it turns out that if you wait 5 or 6 hours, or N amount of time, you don't necessarily need to remove / re-add the drive in Time Machine. It only gave me the option to create a new Time Machine backup. I have already lost one set of backups, thinking I needed to reformat the drive. http://www.mactalk.com.au/19/96115-time-machine-error-17-45-a.html turned out to be some mp3s.
Your post is admirably clear and it worked!Thanks a lot!Antoine January 24, 2010 | Antoine @Adam - if I read you right you solved your problem, [email protected] - again, if I the time machine error message appeared while I was creating this posting. Let me know if there's any more info I can submit to help resolve this bug. Maybe it will help others too.
Finding the Computer Name We'll start with the easy one. http://pondini.org/TM/Troubleshooting.html Phew. I don't see your response. Find that "sparse image" file for your computer and open it.
All failed with the same error message.After hitting up Google for answers (Google always seems to have answers you know) I found a few posts on the MacCast forums that seemed useful reference Try this:rm /Volumes/Backup\ of\ AdamMac/Backups.backupdb/tchmac-002/.inProgress Reply bob 12/7/09 4:29 PM I get this problem from time to time when my machine goes to sleep. Reply Glen Kohler 5/24/10 4:19 PM My time machine (10.5.8) hung today (5/24/10) for the first time in a year of constant operation. Note that the advice is by no means specific to ReadyNAS drives (I have a Thecus NAS myself).
selecting backup disc NONE and then 2 creating new backup -selecting the backup device and time machine tries to "make disc space available" - this is taking about 2 minutes. I've heard of folks adding drives with ethernet to their router (or Time Capsule) and then having some success with this. Once I told the TC to "Backup Now", all seems to be good…for now. http://openoffice995.com/time-machine/time-machine-backup-failed-with-error-21.php James Durkee This is driving me nuts and still doesn't work properly unless I completely reboot the Airport (which is unacceptable!) I really hope there's a fix for this soon. 🙁
I have tried to do what you say, but I keep getting stopped. I decided to just start fresh with the Time Capsule.Yes you can backup to portable/external drives. Neatly written, very clear and really helpful.
I paid about $109 (including tax) for this advice.I continued to have problems even though I replaced the external hard drive with a product recommended by the Apple Care tech.
Let me know if there are any server-side logs that I can add to help with troubleshooting. 4/15/14 6:15:05.112 AM com.apple.backupd27807: Starting automatic backup4/15/14 6:15:05.113 AM com.apple.backupd27807: Attempting to mount network That way it at least gives me a single place to look. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic So indeed, the flaw is not in the drive, but in the Time Machine software.
Is it corrupted? You should be able to copy it, paste it, then edit the 'Name' and 'Where' inputs to point to freenas.local For me, I found keychain a pain to edit. If I try to create a sparse image myself in the same location I'm told, "the operation could not be completed". http://openoffice995.com/time-machine/time-machine-backup-failed-with-error-11.php I was just about to give up when I ran across your article.
Members login area Remember Me? I had an easy time finding and deleting "in progress" and "Latest". edit 1 was an issue with computer name needing to be set (see in comments) share|improve this answer edited Jul 30 '12 at 19:39 timpone 260314 answered Jul 23 '12 at This is not much more helpful.
That does the trick. 6/2/14 9:31:37.587 AM com.apple.backupd7511: Ejected Time Machine network volume.6/2/14 9:31:37.596 AM com.apple.backupd7511: Waiting 60 seconds and trying again.6/2/14 9:32:42.089 AM com.apple.backupd7511: Attempting to mount network destination URL: Open a terminal window and paste the following in (then hit return, of course): defaults write com.apple.systempreferences TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes 1 Mounted network drives will then show up in the list of destinations The error I get is different, and the logs show different stuff as well. #3 Updated by Kevin Hanson over 2 years ago File Screen Shot 2014-04-15 at 7.42.38 AM.png View In other words, Time Machine would not back it up and there were no apparent options to make it do so.
I pasted up a bit so you can see that the previous backups completed successfully. After a month I got error messages saying backup failed. sparsebundle ... My blog isn't really a good place to get that kind of attention and I certainly don't know enough about global Time Machine issues to know if any extreme action such
If I don't... The computer name. Victor Miller Here's some information: I'm running version 7.5.2 on my Airport Extreme, and build 11B26 of Lion. I would bet on a memory leak in the software of the AE Creating the sparsebundle Now we have the information we need to create the name of the sparsebundle.
Maybe you'd be successful deleting the file from Terminal. By day working as part of an infrastructure team, and by night ridding the world of IT issues through blog posts.. I know AFP / TIme Machine is always a pesky issue. Not sure if that could be an issue.
Response: Time Machine OS X at Lazzes samlade godbitar on November 21, 2010 Time Machine OS X Reader Comments (192) Very interesting blog Phil, I wish I had known about this