Time Machine Issues with Mountain Lion Ugrade

Discussion in 'OS X Mountain Lion (10.8)' started by ericw3031, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. ericw3031
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    I currently have a D-Link NAS that I use to backup my Time Machine for my iMac. I just updated to OS Mountain Lion and now my time machine has stopped working. I've tried a few things to make it function without any success. I can still connect to my time machine backup and view my previous backups but when I try to do a backup I get a message "the backup disk isn't available". A further look for an error message in console identifies " come.apple.backup:backup failed with error:19.

    A google search found that I should try to manually mount the drive using command line sudo tmutil setdestination /volumes/Your_backup_volume. When I attempt to do so I get an additional error message "incompatible file system type: smbfs (error 45).

    I've also tried using finder to Go - Connect Server which works in finder no problem but doesn't resolve my issue for Time Machine and my NAS.

    Can anyone suggest other ideas?

    Thanks
     
  2. whsbuss
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    Its possible that ML changed some of the time machine protocols for NAS devices that support TM. I know when I had a Mybooklive the netatalk program was broken when Lion came out.
     
  3. jrademan
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    D-Link DNS-325 not working with Mountain Lion

    My D-Link NAS is not working with Mountain Lion as well. Even tried reformatting the drives but no luck.
     
  4. jrademan
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  5. xav8tor
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    Bug (and similar ones) has been reported. Apple working on a fix in engineering.
     

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