Hey, we are using Veeam to create reverse backups of servers, and we want to send the vbk's to an offsite drive. We have a virtual Veeam server, which backs up to an iSCSI drive, which is then also mapped to our physical backup server which contains our offsite drives, which then attempts to robocopy all the files (for now, we'll whittle it down to just the vbk's eventually) from the iSCSI drive to a local disk. However a large portion of the files (vbks, vrbs, some vibs) cause robocopy to throw the following error:
ERROR 1392 (0x00000570) Copying File H:\DENON\DENON-F2011-09-27T220047.vrb
The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable.
Then later when I tried to use grsync from the same location, and it threw the error "file has vanished"
So is Veeam pumping out broken files, or is robocopy somehow messing them up when it tries to copy them?