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shohn
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2009-03-25T22:33:22Z
I have job that copies files from a target server to a destination server, but gives back an error -

"\\client\e$\olap\backup\client_CRBI_911_PRD.abf -> \\server\Backup\Database\Auto\client\client_cubes\3-25-2009\client_CRBI_911_PRD.abf FAILED: There is not enough space on the disk.


There is plenty of disk space on both sides.

Any idea?
Support
2009-03-25T22:39:05Z
What about the Server that VisualCron resides on?
Henrik
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shohn
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2009-03-25T22:51:31Z
There is 9.62 GB free on C
and 1.55 GB free on E

The file being copied is about 18 GB.

I take it that it copies the file locally first :(

Support
2009-03-25T22:53:47Z
We use Windows only functions and perhaps it is using the local disk for something. Does it react the same way when using Delete source file after copy? (make a backup first). Because, when using Delete it performance a Move instead of Copy.
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shohn
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2009-03-25T22:57:13Z
It already has delete source file after copy checked.
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2009-03-25T23:03:06Z
Ok, not sure about the inner workings of the operative system but it seems to copy the file on disk in a temp file. Maybe because the file is larger than the internal memory.
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shohn
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2009-03-25T23:42:40Z
Hmmmm.... so file copy denied using visual cron functions. I guess I'll have to write a custom batch job for this then.
Support
2009-03-26T20:17:13Z
VisualCron should not work with temporary files after some investigation. I am little curious about your setup. I quoted your previous message. From which and to which drive are you copying? Is it one file only?

shohn wrote:

There is 9.62 GB free on C
and 1.55 GB free on E

The file being copied is about 18 GB.

I take it that it copies the file locally first :(


Henrik
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shohn
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2009-03-26T22:42:57Z
Copying from a network share to a remote network share.
shohn
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2009-03-30T23:09:45Z
I noticed there was a bug fix related to copying in a release a couple days ago. Is it related to this thread?
Support
2009-03-31T10:19:26Z
No, it isn't but we will try to find a way to test this.

shohn wrote:

I noticed there was a bug fix related to copying in a release a couple days ago. Is it related to this thread?



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