Hi Ben,

I had a look through some of Microsoft's online resources, and this sounds
like a network error that is reported by Windows, not Retrospect. Depending
on the context of the error, it may indicate several things; I'd recommend
searching for the 10054 error at Microsoft's Knowledgebase:


If you'd like to send details to me off the list, I can look into it a bit
further. When does the error happen? Does it happen with a specific client?
Is it reproducible? What additional text does the operations log show? Any
other Retrospect errors reported?


Irena Solomon
Dantz Technical Support

> From: Ben Mihailescu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Reply-To: "retro-talk" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Fri, 03 Nov 2000 10:26:28 -0500
> To: Retrospect List <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: Windows Error - soccrecv
> Hi all,
> I got a another error that is not mentioned in any book or Dantz'z web
> site. The error is "soccrecv => recv failed, error 10054". I understand
> the gist of it, but what can cause this? Anyway it can be prevented?
> Here is my hardware: PII266, 196MB RAM, 15GB HDD, Quantum DLT 4000 SCSI
> Tape Drive.
> I use Retorspect 5.15 Backup Server with Retro 5.15 Win Clients and 4.2a
> Mac clients.
> TIA, Ben

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