6 Replies Latest reply: Apr 28, 2017 3:25 PM by Ahmed Syed RSS

    Repository Snapshot Error

    Mark Ritter

      I finally got my snapshot to run.  But it is showing an error that I am not sure what it means.

      Backing up certificate, type=Root

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: ScrutinizeCertificateExtension(X509Certificate2 cert, X509Extension extension): Valid root certificate found and backed up

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Backing up certificate, type=Service

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: ScrutinizeCertificateExtension(X509Certificate2 cert, X509Extension extension): Valid service certificate found and backed up

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Backing up certificate, type=Client

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: BackupCertificate(X509Store, CertificateType): Error: One or more certificates not backed up, checking...

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Root certificate? Yes, Service certificate? Yes, Client certificate? No

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: ERROR: All certificates could not be backed up, see log file for further details....

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Closing service controllers...

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Closing migration service controller...

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Closing printing service controller...

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Closing scheduler service controller...

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Closing proxy service controller...

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Closing engine service controller...

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Closing repository service controller...

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: Closing repository database service controller...

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: All service controllers freed

      May 17 03:57:38 2016: System backup has completed with errors. Review the Logs.

      May 17 03:57:38 2016:

       

      1.  Does anyone know what the error is?  I am thinking it means that we do not have a client certificate to backup.  We have not installed a certificate yet.

      2.  When it says check the log file.  What log file?  This came out of the log file from the snapshot.  Is there another log to check?