Hello all,

I am getting the following errors on the logger screen after a backup
runs.

Jul 19, 2005 6:00:33 pm NSS<COMN>-3.22-xxxx: comnVol.c[8338]

Volume SYS_SV: User data I/O error 20204(zio.c[2201]).

Block 306654(file block 198)(ZID 93168958)





Jul 19, 2005 6:00:33 pm NSS<COMN>-3.22-xxxx: comnVol.c[8338]

Volume SYS_SV: User data I/O error 20204(zio.c[2201]).

Block 306653(file block 197)(ZID 93168958)

At the same time: these messages were broadcast:

NSS-2.70-5005: Volume Compsvr_X/SYS_SV User data write.
NSS-3.00.5001: Pool Compsvr_X/SYS_SP is being deactivated.


I am running a 6.5 sp2 server using BackupExec w/OFO. The box is a 3 GHz
Xeon with 4 GB RAM. Plenty of free space on SYS and data volumes.

Here is some version info:
Backup Exec for NetWare 9.1 Build 1154
Media Server = 1154
Ndmp Server = 1154
Nlm Client = 1154
Java Client = 1154
Drivers = 0011N020
OFO NW option = 9.4.401b
RAWS/OFO NT option = 4691R.42

Furthermore, I am using TSA600.NLM in place of TSAFS.NLM - due to
performance issues with the latter.

The weird thing is, the backup completed, and verified without error, I did
test restores from multiple directories to be sure. I run full backups
every Friday, with Differentials M-TH. Possibly a hiccup? Any info would be
appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Eric