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 Post subject: FTP Weirdness
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 12:39 am 

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When setting up a replacement NAS box I decided to use the ftp option in Autover to improve security. This way I can use a read-only account for normal access to the backups using SMB and a separate R/W account for backup using ftp. On the face of it, this configuration seemed to be working however I noticed that a folder containing backups of my .pst files was only partially backing up. Checking the log file showed that about half of the files were failing with "(The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070020))". To be clear, the .pst files in question are snapshot copies that I take on shutdown, so are definitely not in use. The problem also remains with all foreground processes closed down. Strangely, if I copy of one of the failed files and paste it into the same directory the copy backs up correctly.

If I change the watcher back to use the default SMB protocol (now with R/W access) all of the files back up correctly.

Has anyone else noticed similar issues when backing up over ftp?

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