Proxies and Repositories added to Veeam via the vSphere Management Network where Veeam communicate with vCenter via same Network. Using a filestream to open the image and then closing the filestream wasn't really appropriate for my program though. I used a filestream instead and disposed the filestream right after I opened the image in a PictureBox. I had this problem when saving text files. What exactly do you do to make this error occur? The file is already used by another process, namely, another Flat File Destination. This might be because something outside your code is using it but I'm not sure. Seems odd to create the file in the first place, then.
Yes, both methods are used for the same purpose. Check for additional errors in the event log that may indicate why the tempdb files could not be initialized. If you didn't like the answer then I'll gladly refund what you paid for it. I have encountered it many times after I have upgraded it from 6. If close method is called than it will disconnect with database and release all resources being used by connection object and open method will reconnect it again with database without reinitializing.
Edit: Also where are you saving this file to? Has Microsoft even acknowledged this as a bug yet? Most likely caused by a media indexer like roxio, nero, itunes. جمشیدکامران Why create a file with contents you have in your code, then delete it? Create a file, save it, then open it, edit it, then save it again and thats where you get the issue? Ways to avoid When applicable, always use using statements to open files. } And next do your processing as shown above. Yeah i can tell that it's used by another process thank u, but when i checked i found that it's only used by one process which is DtsDebugHost. But as soon as I rename it to.
Repository added to the veeam via the vSphere Management Network. All jobs running successfully now without any error and faster via HotAdd Mode. Also note that this doesn't make access to the stream thread-safe, so this object can't be shared with multiple threads unless access is synchronized somehow see previous links. For example -- Connection Class. The solution was fairly well documented, but the surprising culprit and the fact that it had never happened to me before despite it being a replicable process made it worthwhile documenting.
Once you download and run it, we can see something like below. . A retry pattern will help if the file shouldn't be open by anyone else but it is, then you need a utility like Process Explorer to check who is doing what. Delete SelectedFile Showing the image when selected from the picbox. The file would start downloading and then after a few minutes would stop and the error message appeared. After the changed as per the attached diagram; Veeam Backup Server has two interfaces 172. I have tried Unlocker with no success unfortunately.
My suggestion is to delete the replica and rebuid it ,then check the event log again. My approach to this was flawed. If it does, try changing the delay to just a few seconds. It's not always safe and not so easy but yes,. I am working on a project that copies an image file from an OpenFileDialog to a specific folder.
Yes, so far this only occurrs with text edits. Here's another screen shot from the same job on same Repository Target. So, I searched on many sites to overcome this error but couldn't find the exact solution to solve this. This is an informational message only; no user action is required. As per the logs which i verified, this warning got generated due to a network issue after which the replication resumed to normal.
I have rectified them on non-starting instance by below steps. Incidentally, the Download has not slowed down without the Turbo Accelerator - if anything - it's speeded up. I'm at a loss here Hello, Well that's strange indeed. Getting the file from the OpenFileDialog: File. Have you tried using a free notepad editor? Hi, You need to Close stream which you opened.
This happened to me because my two instances are pointing to same location for tempdb database files. Your process is the only one to access that file You're sure the other process is your own process. I looked around the internet, asked my supervisor and our sysadmin for help we thought it might be a permission issue but then I finally read the three lines before the error. If that's not enough, click the Kill Process button in Unlocker. The way I was testing if this occurs with different file extensions was starting out with the original.