Re: Re: Re: Cloning from one pool to another fails

As this is to weird I tried to verify the behavior with a new test installation (NW 8.2.4.7 on Windows 2012R2).

I now believe that a clone already exists. See below.

C:>nsrclone -v -s localhost -d localhost -J localhost -C 1 -b FTD_Clone -S -f D:ssids.txt

Obtaining media database information on server localhost

154960:nsrclone: The following volumes are needed for cloning:

80471:nsrclone: Default.001 (Regular)

5874:nsrclone: Automatically copying save sets(s) to other volume(s)

159094:nsrclone: Starting Regular cloning operation from storage node localhost…

154964:nsrclone: Successfully cloned all requested save sets (with new cloneid)

4266735019/1498495686

4249957835/1498495686

154966:nsrclone: Cloned save sets were written to the following volume(s):

Clone.001

C:>

C:>nsrclone -v -s localhost -d localhost -J localhost -C 1 -b FTD_Clone -S -f D:ssids.txt

Obtaining media database information on server localhost

101830:nsrclone: skipping save-set ID 4249957835: 1 other clone(s) already exist in ‘FTD_Clone’ pool

101830:nsrclone: skipping save-set ID 4266735019: 1 other clone(s) already exist in ‘FTD_Clone’ pool

159092:nsrclone: Unable to build/verify save set list from the following ssid(s) 4249957835, 4266735019: No complete save sets to clone

159091:nsrclone: No complete save sets to clone

C:>

So please double-check as follows:

mminfo -q “ssid=1044619208” -r “ssid,cloneid,copies,volume”



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