10 czerwca 2010 13:33
Backup is working ok, except from my SSD-based Win7 machine, where it always fails saying 'Insufficient storage available for backup'
Windows 7 machine: 37.3GB free of 74.4GB
System Reserved: 100MB NTFS, System, Active, Primary Partition
C: 74.43GB NTFS, Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition
WHS Vail server: System disk - 45GB free of 60GB
Server storage 536GB free of 930GB
Other PCs backup ok.
10 czerwca 2010 14:59Moderator
Could you file a bug on Connect, with logs from your server and the client that's failing to back up?
I'm not on the WHS team, I just post a lot. :)
- Oznaczony jako odpowiedź przez Jonas Svensson -FST-Microsoft Employee, Owner 22 czerwca 2010 15:48
20 czerwca 2010 23:39
hmm, seems it was trying to backup the 100MB partition. I unchecked that and it fixed the problem.
I do have a different problem now though - the backup agent has twice now caused BSODs on my laptop (Vaio Z820G/B) - irql_not_less_or_equal is the status code.
29 maja 2011 19:21Did you ever create a bug on this? I have a Windows 7 workstation that will not allow System Reserved to be backed up. I also have a SSD for my main system drive, maybe that has something to do with it? Has anyone successfully setup backups for a client with a SSD for the system volumes?
30 maja 2011 02:16I have no problem with WHS2011 RC and SSDs. In fact, it creates aligned partitions when restoring from an unaligned backup - important to get the maximum speed from your SSD. I have used it to change system disks on two W7 computers from HDD to SSD,
30 maja 2011 09:31
I have also a Windows 7 client with an SSD as system drive.
No errors that I know of in backups.
Haven't performed any kind of restore though.
WHS 2011 RTM coming alive, taking over WHS v.1 duties.