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    DPM 2012 Recovery of data failing

    Hi,

    Using DPM 2012 SP1 and attempting to restore some data from a Disk Based Recovery Point to its original location.

    The recovery job is failing, only restoring ~50% of the data; with the following error:

    Type: Disk recovery
    Status: Failed
    Description: The operation failed because of inadequate disk space. (ID 2035 Details: There is not enough space on the disk (0x80070070))
    More information
    End time: 20/03/2013 11:07:51
    Start time: 20/03/2013 11:05:47
    Time elapsed: 00:02:04
    Data transferred: 6,286.50 MB (6591873024 bytes)
    Source details: E:\
    Target details: E:\ on @{servername}
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    The total amount of Data to restore is ~12GB and there is ~240GB left on the HDD being restored back too.

    Any suggestions? as online searches only relate to issues with replica/restoration points or how to recover the DPM Server.
    And i give up with the lack of "more information" prompt / webpages for DPM2012 that either say "Page not found" or "this is a place holder"!

    My only suggestion at the moment, is that i think it 'may' be related to the length of the file/folder path (being too long!). If that is the case, why can't DPM just tell me that? or bring up an error when i attempted to backup the information in the first place??

    Thanks

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    Does it always fail on the same stuff? Or have you tried to make it recover other files of about the same size.

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    In the end I recovered all the (same) data to another server, and manually copied the files across.

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    Odd, permission issue?

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