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Event ID: 17055 Source: MSSQLServer

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Level
Description
18264: Database backed up: Database: auraraj, creation date(time): 2005/03/05(14:49:20), pages dumped: 179, first LSN: 36:42:1, last LSN: 36:44:1, number of dump devices: 1, device information: (FILE=1, TYPE=DISK: {<path to .BAK file}).
Comments
 
From a newsgroup post: "I've seen this happen when a backup fails due to not enough disk space. I believe this is due to the "BACKUP DEVICE" becoming corrupt. I've solved it by just dropping the backup devices, deleting the physical files (if they weren't already deleted) and then creating brand new devices (same names of course). The backup then works from there on".
This event is recorded when a successful backup is performed (if the audit is enabled for this type of operations).

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