0 Replies Latest reply: Jan 23, 2012 12:17 PM by DrBWJones
DrBWJones Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

Greetings,

 

 

I am having a horrible time getting an OS X 10.5.8 server to run Time Machine.  I've followed all of the advice, started with a fresh drive, et...etc...etc... and no love.

 

When starting Time Machine, I get the following in the logfile.  Can anyone help?

 

1/23/12 12:42:23 PM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd[315] Backup requested by user

1/23/12 12:42:23 PM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd[315] Starting standard backup

1/23/12 12:42:23 PM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd[315] Backing up to: /Volumes/TimeMachine/Backups.backupdb

1/23/12 12:42:23 PM /System/Library/CoreServices/backupd[315] Backing up to: /Volumes/TimeMachine/Backups.backupdb

1/23/12 12:42:28 PM hdiejectd[374] running

 

1/23/12 12:42:28 PM hdiejectd[374] running

 

1/23/12 12:42:30 PM KernelEventAgent[60] tid 00000000 received unknown event (256)

1/23/12 12:42:30 PM KernelEventAgent[60] tid 00000000 received unknown event (256)

1/23/12 12:42:47 PM diskarbitrationd[71] servermgrd [54]:30783 not responding.

1/23/12 12:42:47 PM diskarbitrationd[71] servermgrd [54]:30783 not responding.

1/23/12 12:42:49 PM DirectoryService[26] GSSAPI Error: Unspecified GSS failure.  Minor code may provide more information (Server not found in Kerberos database)

1/23/12 12:42:49 PM DirectoryService[26] GSSAPI Error: Unspecified GSS failure.  Minor code may provide more information (Server not found in Kerberos database)

1/23/12 12:42:51 PM kernel serialnumberd 406 FS_WRITE_DATA SBF /dev/dtracehelper 13 (seatbelt)

1/23/12 12:42:51 PM /usr/sbin/serialnumberd[406] serialnumberd started as /usr/sbin/serialnumberd.

 

1/23/12 12:42:51 PM kernel serialnumberd 406 FS_READ_DATA SBF /dev/autofs_nowait 13 (seatbelt)

1/23/12 12:42:51 PM /usr/sbin/serialnumberd[406] SN_Register(): New persistent, network record [tag=xsvr, extra=mec105-73.med.utah.edu] registered successfully by pid 406.

 

1/23/12 12:42:51 PM kernel serialnumberd 406 FS_READ_DATA SBF /usr/sbin 13 (seatbelt)

1/23/12 12:42:51 PM kernel serialnumberd 406 FS_READ_DATA SBF /usr/sbin 13 (seatbelt)

1/23/12 12:42:57 PM /usr/sbin/serialnumberd[406] launchd did not pass version 1 Mach port (bad launchd plist?)

 

1/23/12 12:42:57 PM /usr/sbin/serialnumberd[406] launchd did not pass version 1 Mach port (bad launchd plist?)

 

1/23/12 12:43:05 PM /usr/sbin/serveradmin[435] Port mapping operation attempted for 1 port(s)  

1/23/12 12:43:05 PM /usr/sbin/serveradmin[435]  0 : Adding a mapping for port 80 for TCP

1/23/12 12:43:05 PM /usr/sbin/serveradmin[435] synch needed /private/etc/nat/autoportmap.plist

1/23/12 12:43:05 PM /usr/sbin/serveradmin[435] synch needed /private/etc/nat/autoportmap.plist


Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.8)