Time Machine backups fail after 10.9.2 installation

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  1. mentaluproar macrumors 68000

    mentaluproar

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    #1
    I keep getting "Backup Delayed" until I reboot my Synology NAS. This never happened before update to 10.9.2. I know the passwords are correct and I can log into my user share just fine. Is anyone else seeing this behavior? How have you worked around it?

    Below is a snippet from my system logs.

    3/6/14 5:18:07.360 PM com.apple.backupd[36211]: Starting automatic backup
    3/6/14 5:18:07.000 PM kernel[0]: nspace-handler-set-snapshot-time: 1394144289
    3/6/14 5:18:07.426 PM com.apple.mtmd[70]: Set snapshot time: 2014-03-06 17:18:09 -0500 (current time: 2014-03-06 17:18:07 -0500)
    3/6/14 5:18:07.436 PM com.apple.backupd[36211]: Attempting to mount network destination URL: afp://MrPeabody@Sera._afpovertcp._tcp.local/The%20Wayback%20Machine
    3/6/14 5:18:16.482 PM com.apple.prefs.backup.remoteservice[36250]: assertion failed: 13C64: liblaunch.dylib + 25164 [38D1AB2C-A476-385F-8EA8-7AB604CA1F89]: 0x25
    3/6/14 5:18:16.494 PM com.apple.prefs.backup.remoteservice[36250]: assertion failed: 13C64: liblaunch.dylib + 25164 [38D1AB2C-A476-385F-8EA8-7AB604CA1F89]: 0x25
    3/6/14 5:18:16.755 PM com.apple.prefs.backup.remoteservice[36250]: Bogus event received by listener connection:
    <error: 0x7fff7a33cb50> { count = 1, contents =
    "XPCErrorDescription" => <string: 0x7fff7a33ce60> { length = 18, contents = "Connection invalid" }
    }
    3/6/14 5:18:37.455 PM NetAuthSysAgent[36242]: DNSAddressResolver:Resolve CFNetServiceResolveWithTimeout failed
    3/6/14 5:18:37.455 PM NetAuthSysAgent[36242]: ERROR: AFP_GetServerInfo - connect failed 64
    3/6/14 5:18:37.456 PM com.apple.backupd[36211]: NAConnectToServerSync failed with error: 64 for url: afp://MrPeabody@Sera._afpovertcp._tcp.local/The%20Wayback%20Machine
    3/6/14 5:19:13.331 PM Console[36263]: setPresentationOptions called with NSApplicationPresentationFullScreen when there is no visible fullscreen window; this call will be ignored.
    3/6/14 5:19:37.453 PM com.apple.backupd[36211]: Failed to resolve network service using name = Sera type = _afpovertcp._tcp domain = local.
    3/6/14 5:19:37.457 PM com.apple.backupd[36211]: Backup failed with error 18: The backup disk could not be found.
     
  2. Altemose macrumors G3

    Altemose

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    Try going to System Preferences and turning Time Machine off and on again and reselecting your Backup Share.
     
  3. mentaluproar, Mar 9, 2014
    Last edited: Mar 10, 2014

    mentaluproar thread starter macrumors 68000

    mentaluproar

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    I disabled time machine, deleted everything in the keychain regarding that share, deleted the sparsebundle off the NAS, saved the login into in the keychain, and stared a new time machine backup. I will let you know if the problem continues after it finishes.

    EDIT: It works! I think it was the keychain step that did it.
     
  4. southerndoc macrumors 65816

    southerndoc

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    I'm receiving an error message that the backup disk needs 2.45 EB for the backup and only 2.37 TB are available.

    Time Capsule isn't that old (whenever the last generation came out, less than a year I think). No problems with my MacBook backing up which is running 10.9.2 as well.

    No problems until I upgraded to 10.9.2. I've restarted the TC, repaired permissions, rebooted the computer, emptied the caches (with the sudo weekly/daily/monthly commands), etc. No resolution.

    I don't want to delete the backup and start over as I've had to do in the past. That defeats the purpose of having multiple backups.
     

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