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Backup Fails after upgrade to SP90 with Inconsistent SSFS

Has anyone seen this before?

"backup could not be completed, Inconsistent SSFS!"

From the log:

ERROR BACKUP SAVE DATA finished with error: [447] backup could not be completed, [1000013] Inconsistent SSFS!

This only occurs on one server since I upgraded it from SP82. The others I have upgraded do not have this problem.

I am not using Secure Storage. Have never configured it, but the following alert has also been showing up since the upgrade:

"Your database is currently running with an inconsistent secure storage file system (SSFS). Access to encrypted data and encryption of data are limited."

"Check and make sure that the secure storage file system (SSFS) is accessible and consistent regarding the database."

No such alert showed before the upgrade.

Any idea how to fix this? Where would I find the SSFS configuration or the file system referred to itself?

I did reboot the server after applying the required gcc patches prior to upgrading to SP90, and as far as I know, all devices remounted properly.


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    Posted on Dec 12, 2014 at 06:01 PM

    Hi Chris,

    Did you check for encrytion, SSFS key on the server which has issue ?

    Please check system view, open security and look for data volume encryption tab.



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