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Phoenix errors

This topic provides errors that you may encounter while working with Druva Phoenix. 

PHOENIX1

Error Message:  Phoenix internal error

Error Solution:  Contact Druva Support

PHOENIX4

Error Message: No such file or directory.

Error Description:  This error can occur if the file was present at the time of estimation however it got deleted before the Phoenix agent actually backs up the file. You can encounter this issue at the time of live backup of files and folders on Linux. 

Error Solution: Try running the backup job again. 

PHOENIX17

Error Message:  Failed to connect to Client

Error Description: This error can occur if the Phoenix agent is disconnected from the Druva Phoenix Cloud.

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, restart the Phoenix agent and check the network connectivity.

PHOENIX19

Error Message:  RPC version mismatch.

Error Description: This error can occur if the RPC payload size exceeds the maximum allowed size.

Error Solution:  Contact Support.

PHOENIX20

Error Message: Invalid configuration file.

Error Solution:  Contact Support.

PHOENIX23

Error Message: Failed to read local file.

Error Description: Phoenix agent cannot backup the files if the files are:

  • Encrypted
  • Temp
  • Locked
  • Infected

Error Solution: Exclude these files from backup. Ensure that files configured for backup are not exclusively locked by other applications or processes. 

PHOENIX31

Error Message: Incorrect context. Retry the operation.

Error Solution:  Contact Support.

PHOENIX32

Error Message:  Administrator has disallowed backup at this time. Retry later.

Error Solution:  Contact Support. 

PHOENIX34

Error Message:  Dropped network connection.

Error Description: This error can occur if the client is disconnected before or after triggering the backup or restore.

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, check the client network connection and re-trigger the backup or restore.

PHOENIX41

Error Message: Path too long.

Error Solution:  Upgrade the File Server agent or NAS proxy to the latest version.

PHOENIX54

Error Message:  Failed to take snapshot.

Error Description: The error can occur because of one of the following reasons:

  • The source server is out-of-memory or other system resources.
  • The writer is not operating properly.
  • Ensure that VSS service is running. 
    For more information, see the error log.
  • The specified writer does not exist. 
  • An unexpected error.
    For more information, see Event and Error Handling listed under VSS.

Error solution (for Hyper-V hosts): Disable backup(volume checkpoint) in integration service or install integration service on the virtual machine guest operating system and try again. 

PHOENIX64

Error Message:  Phoenix internal error

Error Description: This error can occur if:

  • The files being backed up by the Phoenix agent are deleted or not present at the location.
    OR
  • In case of the MS-SQL server, if the DB file is directly present on the drive during the backup.

Error Solution:  Try running the backup job again. 

PHOENIX69

Error Message: Backup successful with errors

Error Description: This error can occur if the files are locked by the operating system or other applications while the backup is in progress.

Error Solution: You can ignore the error message. Druva Phoenix skips the files which are in use and locked by the operating system or other applications. Alternatively, you can configure exclusions under the backup content rule.
 

PHOENIX72

Error Message: Failed while reading file-system structure.

Error Description: This error can occur if the file system reports an error during the estimation or backup phase.

Error Solution: To resolve the error, ensure that the file system is healthy with respect to disk space and mount points, and has no disk corruption.

PHOENIX75

Error Message:  Administrator canceled the request

Error Solution:  Trigger a new request (if needed).

PHOENIX81

Error Message: Server not ready. Try later.

Error Solution: Contact Druva Support

PHOENIX82

Error Message:  Request not found on Druva Phoenix server, request validation failed.:[Request was no more valid on Druva Phoenix server.]

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, retry the job. 

PHOENIX109

Error Message:  RPC method not supported.

Error Description: This error can occur if you are executing a feature on an unsupported agent.

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, upgrade the agent.

PHOENIX110

Error Message: The session is invalid.    

Error Description: This error may occur if the Phoenix agent certificate is invalid. 

Error Solution:  Check for any SSL Terminating Agent.

PHOENIX127

Error Message: Internal Application Error.

Error Solution:  Contact Support.

PHOENIX128

Error Message: Server with same name already exists.

Error Solution:  Contact Support.

PHOENIX146

Error Message: Requested CloudCache Server does not exist.

Error Description: This error can occur if you have only configured backup to CloudCache and the CloudCache server has network connection drop for more than 10 minutes due to the following reasons:

  • CloudCache is  not accessible due to a network issue
  • If the Phoenix agent cannot resolve the CloudCache FQDN
  • If the hard disk where the CloudCache is set up is removed from the server

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, check network connection from the Phoenix agent to the CloudCache server.

PHOENIX157

Error Message: Agent aborted the operation.

Error Solution:  Retry operation or contact Support.

PHOENIX158

Error Message: Backup window expired. Restore point not created as the backup could not be completed in the available backup window. The backup will resume in the next scheduled window.

Error Description and Solution:

See, Possible causes for Druva Phoenix backups failing with the backup window expired error.

PHOENIX159

Error Message:  Some files were unable to be Restored/Backed up.

Error Description: A job can fail due to one of the following reasons:

  • During Backup:
    • No such file or directory exists.
    • Failed to read file.
    • File Path too long.
    • Unable to read file, Permission denied.
  • During Restore:
    • File Path too long.
    • Unable to write file, Permission denied.

Error Solution:

  • Check if you have the permission to read the backup location
  • Check if file path is not too long (path limit is 259 characters for a normal path and 450 for unicode path)
  • Check if you have the permission to write on the restore location

PHOENIX168

Error Message: Phoenix internal error

Error Description: This error can occur if:

  • Two virtual disks with the same unique identifier (UID) are attached to the same virtual machine.
  • virtual machine contains multiple virtual disks that point to the same VMDK file.

Error Solution: Contact Druva Support.

PHOENIX170

Error Message:  Invalid credentials [ Invalid VCenter/ESXi host credentials (<host_id or vCenter name or ip)]

Error Description: This error can occur if you change credential for Vcenter/ ESX host and then do not add the updated credential to the backup proxy.

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, reset the credential. For more information see Add vCenter credentials.

PHOENIX174

Error Message: Backup Proxy unsupported operation.

Error Solution:  Contact Support.

PHOENIX175

Error Message:  There is not enough space on disk for operation.:[Restore operation can't take place due to disk space is not enough. Required space = <value> and available space on disk = <value>]

Error Solution:  Ensure that the destination restore path has sufficient space.

PHOENIX183

Error Message:  Directory is not an absolute path.:[Directory: '<text>' is not an absolute path]

Error Description: This error can occur if you have provided an incorrect path for restore. 

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, verify the path provided for the restore location on the Phoenix Management Console. 

PHOENIX184

Error Message:  Directory could not be created.:[Failed to create directory: '<text>']

Error Description:  Restore failed because the destination folder could not be created.

Error Solution: Verify the restore destination path manually and then retry the restore again.

PHOENIX186

Error Message:  Upload logs job is aborted. 

Error Description: This error can occur if the upload logs job is aborted because another upload logs job is already in progress for the same server. 

Error Solution:  Retry the upload logs job after the existing upload logs job completes. For more information, see Logs.

PHOENIX187

Error Message:  Phoenix internal error

Error Solution:  Contact Druva Support.

PHOENIX189

Error Message:  Failed to start a backup for the job because the agent on the server restarted.

Error Description: This error occurs if Druva Phoenix services restart and the queued and ongoing requests fail.

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, trigger a new request.

PHOENIX194

Error Message:  Operating system failed to start the specified VSS service.:[Failed to start the VSS.] OR 

Operating system failed to start the specified service.:[Failed to start SQL Writer Service.]

Error Description: This error occurs if the SQL writer is in an unstable state.  To determine the state,  run the vssadmin list writers.

Error Solution:  To resolve the error:

  •  Ensure that the service exists.
  • Check if the service is enabled.

PHOENIX195

Error Message: Cannot start an already ended job.

Error Solution:  Job is already finished. If required, retry the backup or the restore job.

PHOENIX199

Error Message: Cache quota limit exceeded.

Error Description: This error can occur if you have only configured backup to cache and the cache server has exceeded the assigned quota.

Error Solution: To resolve the error, check available/allocated quota on the cache server and increase it from the Phoenix Management Console.

PHOENIX204

Error Message: Current timezone could not be fetched/Invalid timezone found on the device.

Error Description: This error can occur if the timezone has not been set on the device or the device has invalid timezone.

Error Solution: Set a valid timezone on the device and retry the operation. A valid timezone can be in the form of America/Los Angeles, Asia/Kolkata, or UTC on the device. Ensure that you check your device settings and set up a valid timezone based on it.

PHOENIX205

Error Message: Empty source list found. [restore job doesn't have any RP to restore]

Error Solution: To resolve the error, backup the virtual machine.

PHOENIX217

Error Message: Phoenix internal error.

Error Solution: Contact Druva Support.

PHOENIX222

Error Message: Agent upgrade has failed.

Error Solution: Contact Druva Support.

PHOENIX227

Error Message:  

For a virtual machine job:
Scheduled backup missed. Failed to connect to Backup Proxy in the backup window.

Error Description:  This error can occur if the backup proxy is not connected to Druva Cloud during the entire schedule window.

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, restart the backup proxy service and check the network connection.

Note: The job is marked failed within 2-4 hours after window expiry.

PHOENIX228

Error Message:  

For non-virtual machine job:
Scheduled backup missed. Failed to connect to client in the backup window.

Error Description:  This error can occur if the File/SQL server client is not connected to Phoenix Cloud during the entire schedule window.

Error Solution:  To resolve the error, restart the client service and check the network connection.

Note: The job is marked failed within 2-4 hours after window expiry.

PHOENIX229

Error Message:  Failed to connect to backup proxy or the backup proxy pool was busy.

Error Description:  This error occurs for a Backup Now job if:

  • None of the backup proxies in the pool are connected. 
    OR
  • The backup proxy pool is busy to pick up another job as it is already handling backup and restore jobs to its maximum limit.

Error Solution: To resolve the error:

  • Restart the backup proxy service only if the backup proxies are disconnected.
  • If the backup proxy is handling jobs to its maximum limit, wait for the queued jobs to complete and the new to be picked.

Note: The Backup Now job is in a queued state for 24 hours before it fails.

PHOENIX230

Error Message: Backup job skipped as the scheduled backup window expired. The client was busy processing another job. 

Error Description: This could occur if the scheduled backup could not start since the schedule window expired due to another running job.

Error Solution: Increase the backup window if this issue is frequent. 

PHOENIX231

Error Message: Scheduled backup missed. Failed to connect to Backup Proxy or the Backup Proxy pool was busy in the backup window. 

Error Description: This error occurs for a Scheduled job if:

  • None of the backup proxies in the pool are connected. OR

  • The backup proxy is handling backups and restore to its maximum limit.

Error Solution: To resolve the error:

  • Restart the backup proxy service.
  • If the backup proxy is handling jobs to its maximum limit, wait for the queued job to complete and the new to be picked.

Note: The job is marked failed 2 hours after window expiry.

PHOENIX233

Error Message: Cannot start DR restore, No proxy is reachable for the server.

Error Description: This error can occur if, the cloud proxy is not connected when DR restore is triggered.

Error Solution: To resolve the error, check if cloud proxy and network connection and trigger a new restore request.

PHOENIX242

Error Message: Backup job skipped as another log backup job is in progress.

PHOENIX243

Error Message: Backup job skipped because previous full or differential backup job failed or canceled.

PHOENIX247

Error Message:  Backup canceled as restore triggered on the same client.

Error Description: This error occurs if you cancel an ongoing backup request and trigger a restore request.

PHOENIX248

Error Message: Backup job skipped as the Pre script execution failed

Error Description: This error occurs when you configure to skip backup operation for the pre-backup script execution failure, and the pre-backup script execution fails.

Error Solution: To resolve the error:

  • Ensure that the pre-backup script is not erroneous.
  • Clear the Pre-script execution fails option in the File server backup policy to allow backup execution upon script failure.

PHOENIX249

Error Message: Failing backup job as the Pre-script not found at specified location on server

Error Description: This error occurs if you configure to skip the backup operation and the pre-backup script is unavailable at the location specified for script execution.

Error Solution: To resolve the error:

  • Ensure that the pre-backup script is available at the location specified for script execution.
  • Uncheck the Pre-script is not present at the specified location option under Skip backup if section on the File Server Backup Policy, which is attached to the backup set to allow backup execution.

PHOENIX250

Error Message: Failed to start a restore for this queued job because the agent on the server restarted. [Applicable for VMware file-level restore to virtual machine.]

Error Description:  This error occurs, if the Phoenix agent restarts during the file restore operation, the job is not retried as Druva Phoenix does not store any guest OS credential.

PHOENIX263

Error Message: Backup set for virtual machine is not configured or backup set not in the correct state.

Error Solution:  Contact Support.

PHOENIX265

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device due to invalid credentials.

Error Description: This error occurs when the NAS device credentials provided on the Phoenix Management Console do not match actual NAS device credentials because the credentials are changed after the NAS device is configured for backup. 

Error Solution: Update the NAS credentials. For more information, see Update NAS device credentials.

PHOENIX266

Error Message: Scheduled backup missed. Failed to connect to HyperV host in the backup window.

Error Description: This error can occur if the configured host is disconnected from the Druva Cloud and Druva Phoenix attempts to trigger a scheduled backup job. 

PHOENIX267

Error Message: Backupset deleted.

Error Description: This error occurs when a job for a backup set is in progress and you delete the backup set.

Error Solution: Verify if the backup set is deleted on the server page or using the audit trails. 

PHOENIX289

Error Message:  Failed to mount NAS device as selected drive letter is already in use.

Error Message: This error occurs if the drive letter used to map the NAS device is already used by the local disk partition or another network device.

Error Solution: Unmount the drive letter which is getting mapped and try to mount the device with a different drive letter.

PHOENIX290

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device due to connection time out.

Error Description: This error occurs when there is a disconnect between NAS proxy and the NAS device. This error occurs only for NFS share.

Error Solution: Check and restore the connectivity between the NAS Proxy and the NAS device. 

PHOENIX291

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device as NFS mount protocol not supported.

Error Description: This error occurs when you try to map an SMB share with a proxy on Linux or NFS share with a proxy on Windows. This error can occur if Druva Phoenix does not support the SMB/NFS version. 

Error Solution: Make sure you map SMB share with a proxy on Windows or map NFS share with a proxy on Linux. Ensure that you are using a support SMB/NFS version. 

PHOENIX292

Error Message: Failed to unmount because same mount path is already in use.

Error Description: Druva Phoenix creates a mount path on the NAS Proxy before mounting the NFS share for backup. If the share fails to mount,  the unused mount path continues to reside on the NAS Proxy. During the next backup, if Druva Phoenix fails to flush the old or unused mount path, this error appears. This error occurs only for NFS shares.

Error Solution:  Manually delete the old mount paths before the next backup.

PHOENIX293

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device due to access denied by the server during mount.

Error Description: If Druva Phoenix does not have the right permissions to access and mount the NAS device on the proxy, this error appears. This error occurs only for NFS shares.

Error Solution: Ensure that Druva Phoenix has the right network permissions to access the NAS device.

PHOENIX284

Error Message: The server is in an unconfigured state.

Error Description: This error occurs if the server is not configured for backup.

Error Solution: Ensure that you configure the server with a backup set.

PHOENIX285

Error Message: Log Backup Job skipped for AG as another backup job is in progress on another node.

Error Description: This error occurs if a scheduled log backup job is skipped due to some ongoing backup job on another node of the availability group.

Error Solution: To resolve this error, retry the log backup after the ongoing backup jobs on the availability group complete.

PHOENIX286

Error Message: Full/Differential Backup Job skipped for AG as another backup job is in progress on another node.

Error Description: This error occurs if a scheduled full or differential backup job is skipped due to some ongoing backup job on another node of the availability group.

Error Solution: To resolve this error, retry the log backup after the ongoing backup jobs on the availability group complete.

PHOENIX297

Error Message:

  • Invalid location provided for restore operation. OR
  • Invalid location encountered for free space calculation [Free space calculation failed for invalid location]. OR
  • Invalid location encountered for free space calculation [Restore standby directory path is invalid].

Error Description: This error can occur if an invalid location is provided for the restore operation.

Error Solution: Ensure that you provide a valid location to restore the data.

PHOENIX299

Error Message: Folders configured for backup are not found on the server.

Error Description: This error can occur if no folders from the policy can be found on the server for backup.

Error Solution: Please remove misconfigured/non-existent folders from the policy.

PHOENIX300

Error Message: Scheduled backup missed. Failed to connect to NAS proxy in the backup window.

 Error Description: This error can occur if the NAS proxy is offline or the Druva Phoenix service is not running on the  NAS proxy during the entire schedule window. 

Error resolution: To resolve the error, restart the Druva Phoenix service and check the network connection. 

PHOENIX304

Error Message: No File Restored.

Error Description: This error can occur if files are not restored during the restore operation. Phoenix agent marks the job as failed.

PHOENIX305

 
Error Message: Disk I/O Error or no free disk space.
 
Error Description: This error can occur if the disk has I/O error or there is no free disk space available on Windows/Linux server.
 
Error Solution: Ensure there are no storage issues on the disk such as availability of free disk space or I/O errors.

PHOENIX306

Error Message: NAS Share configuration is incorrect.
 
Error Description: This error can occur if the path of the SMB NAS share is incorrect.
 
Error Solution: To resolve this error, enter only the share name without the share path for the SMB NAS share. For example, for the following NAS share path, enter only SHARE1 as the NAS name:
\\SERVER01\SHARE1

PHOENIX315

Error Message: Failed to Map Drive

Error Description: This error can occur if the mapping of the UNC share fails. The mapping of the UNC share may fail if you configure the drive with a letter that is already in use or provide incorrect credentials of the UNC share.

Error Solution: To resolve this error, ensure that you do not configure the UNC share with a drive letter that already exists in the system. Also, provide valid credentials of the UNC share in the configuration command.  For example, in the following configuration command, ensure that the Z drive is not already configured as the mounted drive, and provide the valid username and password of the UNC share.
PhoenixControl.exe configure_unc_share Z \\<share>\test <username> <password>

PHOENIX318

Error Message: Failed current retriable backup job, as new backup job is queued for same backupset.
 
Error Description:  This error can occur if a backup job for a backup set fails and attempts a backup retrial operation, and another backup job of the same backup type such as a full, differential or log for the same backup set is scheduled for execution. In such a case, the full and differential backups are purged by the incoming full or differential backup of the same backup set, however, the log backups are purged by only the log backups of the same backup set.

PHOENIX330

Error Message: Service is unavailable.

Error Solution:  Upgrade the client to the latest version.

PHOENIX322

Error Message: Scanner error.  

If the file server backups fail with PHOENIX322 error, see the following article for more information:

https://docs.druva.com/Knowledge_Base/Phoenix/Troubleshooting/File_Server_backups_from_Linux_server_fail_with_Phoenix322_error

Error Solution: Contact Druva Support.

PHOENIX336

Error Message: No drive is configured for backup.

Error Description: This error can occur if all the shares (drives) are added to the Exclude subfolders list in the content rule.

Error Solution: To resolve this error, ensure that you do not add all the shares(drives) to the Exclude subfolders list.​​​​​​

PHOENIX337

Error Message: Failed to initialize USN Journal.

Error Description: This error can occur when the USN Journal initialization fails on the Windows operating system.

Error Solution: Check the free disk space and Windows event logs.

PHOENIX349

Error Message: Skipping sync as the File/Folder is a symlink.

Error Solution:  Upgrade the File Server agent or NAS proxy to the latest version.

PHOENIX353

Error Message: Scheduled backup missed. Failed to connect to client in the backup window.

Error Description: This error can occur if the client is disconnected in the backup window time.

Error Solution: To resolve this error, trigger the backup job after connecting the client.

PHOENIX355

Error Message: Could not trigger restore scan.

Error Description: This error can occur if the restore scan job is not triggered.

Error Solution: To resolve this error, trigger the restore scan. If you face this error frequently, contact Support.

PHOENIX356

Error Message: Restore scan failed.

Error Description: This error occurs when a triggered restore scan job fails due to some reason.

Error Solution: To resolve this error, trigger the restore scan. If you face this error frequently, contact Support.

PHOENIX357

Error Message: Malicious files found.

Error Description: This error occurs when files being restored are found to be malicious. These files are blocked from the restore.

  • If all files are found to be malicious, then the job finishes with the Failed status.
  • If some of the files are found to be malicious, then the job finishes with the Successful with errors status.

Error Solution: To resolve this error, contact Support.

PHOENIX360

Error Message: Realize Administrator canceled the restore scan.

Error Description: This error appears when the restore scan job is canceled by the Realize Administrator from the Realize console.

Error Solution: To resolve this error, contact Support.

PHOENIX361

Error Message: Possible clone detected using machine UUID.

Error Description: This error can occur when there is a cloned Windows or Linux server of an already registered Druva Phoenix File server.

Error Solution: If you want to use the cloned server for further backups and restores, then stop the Druva Phoenix service on the original server, reactivate the Phoenix agent on the cloned server, and restart the Druva Phoenix service. For more information on reactivation, see Server re-registration.

PHOENIX362

Error Message: Possible clone detected using service start time.

Error Description: This error can occur when there is a cloned Windows or Linux server of an already registered Druva Phoenix File server.

Error Solution: If you want to use this server for further backups and restores, then stop the Druva Phoenix service on the cloned server, and restart the Druva Phoenix service on the server where the error has occurred.

PHOENIX367

Error Message: Incompatible proxy version for Isilon configured NAS device.

Error Description: Current proxy version does not support skipping of stubs and faster incremental backups for Dell EMC Isilon devices.

Error Solution: Make sure that the current proxy version is greater than 5.0.2 to support skipping of stubs and faster incremental backups for Isilon devices.    

PHOENIX368

Error Message: Failing backup job as the Pre-script not found at specified location on NAS proxy.

Error Description: This error occurs if you configure to skip the backup operation and the pre-backup script is unavailable at the location specified for script execution.

Error Solution: To resolve the error:

  • Ensure that the pre-backup script is available at the location specified for script execution.
  • Uncheck the Pre-script is not present at the specified location option under Skip backup if section on the NAS Backup Policy, which is attached to the backup set to allow backup execution.

PHOENIX369

Error Message: Job failed due to access denied error.

Error Description: This error can occur if a backup/restore job fails when the user does not have the right permissions on the backupset or share.

Error Solution: Check if the user has the right permissions on the share.

PHOENIX370

Error Message: Client internal error.

Error Description: This error can occur when a backup job fails with an internal error.

Error Solution: Check the backup job logs for additional details.

PHOENIX373

Error Message:  Error in IRFS process creation.

Error Description: This error can occur if the root partition on the Linux CloudCache server is out of free disk space. This error can also occur if the CloudCache server is low on resources like RAM. 

Error Solution:  Delete old IRService and IRFS logs from /var/log/PhoenixCloudCache or /var/log/PhoenixCloudCache/irfs/. Delete any unwanted instantly restored VMs if the CloudCache server is low on resources.

PHOENIX374

Error Message:  Internal error.

Error Description: Restarting the Linux CloudCache service (IR service) during an Instant Restore job may cause this error and must be avoided.

Error Solution:  Ensure that the Linux CloudCache (IR Service) service is running and then retry the job. If the issue persists, contact support.

PHOENIX375

Error Message: NFS export failed.

Error Description: This issue can occur if the IRService fails to export the NFS share because the NFS service is down or there are stale entries in the /etc/exports file. 

Error Solution

  • Check the status of the NFS server service using the  command service nfs-server status. If the service is down, start the service using the command service nfs-server start
  • Delete stale export entries from /etc/exports on the Linux CloudCache server. Stale export entries are the entries for which the actual folder does not exist. After deleting the stale entry, run the command exportfs -a

PHOENIX376

Error Message:  Issue in NFS export config file.

Error Description: This issue can occur when there is a problem with the NFS export file, and the IRService fails to add a new export entry in the /etc/exports file on the Linux CloudCache server.

Error Solution: Check the /etc/exports file for any stale export entries or incorrect syntax. Delete stale export entries if any. Run the command exportfs -a

PHOENIX377

Error Message: One or more data blocks of restore snapshot not present on cloudcache.  

Error Description: This issue can occur when a few data blocks of the selected restore point are not present on the Linux CloudCache server. This may happen when:

  • There is a network disconnect between the VMware backup proxy and the Linux CloudCache server during the backup and a backup failback to the Druva Cloud.
  • This is an older restore point for which a few data blocks have been deleted from the restore point because of CloudCache compaction.

Error Solution:  

  • Enable and disable Instant Recovery for the virtual machine. The next backup is a full backup and the instant recovery should work with a newer restore point that is created after a full backup.
  • Select a newer restore point for instant recovery.

PHOENIX380

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device with Windows error: The network location cannot be reached.
Error Description: This error occurs when the network location is unreachable due to network issues such as DNS issues, domain issues, and so on.
Error Solution: Check the network connection between the client and the NAS device.

PHOENIX381

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device with Windows error: An extended error has occurred.
Error Description: This Windows network-related error occurs due to misconfigured user credentials, DNS cache, and TCP/IP stack.
Error Solution: Check the network issues mentioned in the error description.

PHOENIX382

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device with Windows error: A device attached to the system is not functioning.
Error Description: This error occurs when the NAS device is not accessible from the client due to connection issues.
Error Solution: Check the network connection between the client and the NAS device.

PHOENIX383

Error Message: Failed to mount a NAS device with Windows error: There are currently no servers available to service the logon request.
Error Description: This issue may occur due to various reasons, but generally its occurs due to the DNS issue.
Error Solution:  Ensure that the client system is pointing to a valid server for DNS resolution.

PHOENIX384

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device with Windows error: Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more than one user name is not allowed.
Error Description: This is a Windows limitation as there cannot be multiple connections to a device from the same user at the same time.
Error Solution: Restart the proxy machine. 

PHOENIX385

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device with Windows error: The specified network name is no longer available.
Error Description: This error occurs due to:

  • antivirus software settings
  • if your system does not support SMB version 1 (SMB 1.0) on the latest Windows Server.

Error Solution: Depending on the root cause, either temporarily disable the antivirus settings, or enable the support for SMB 1.0 from Windows settings.

PHOENIX386

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device with Windows error: The network name cannot be found.
Error Description: This error occurs if the NAS proxy is offline or has connection issues due to which the Phoenix agent is not able to find the given network name.
Error Solution: Check the connection status of the NAS device.

PHOENIX387

Error Message: Failed to mount NAS device with Windows error: The network path was not found.
Error Description: This error occurs if the Phoenix agent is unable to find the given network path when the:

  • configured NAS share is renamed or deleted, or 
  • given network path is not exported as share on the NAS proxy

Error Solution: To resolve this error, verify if the network path exists on the NAS device and exported as share on the NAS proxy.