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Lion - Time Machine disconnects after 5 min


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After Lion installation my Time Machine stopped working. Basically it starts backing up but after 2gig it stops and error screen says the drive has been disconnected. I use a synology NAS with latest firmware which supports Lion .
Attaching the console report. Thanks for any help trouble shooting this.

9/1/11 12:47:23.000 AM kernel ASP_TCP Disconnect: triggering reconnect by bumping reconnTrigger from curr value 0 on so 0xffffff8011eed470
9/1/11 12:47:23.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect started /Volumes/MacBook-1 prevTrigger 0 currTrigger 1
9/1/11 12:47:23.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: doing reconnect on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:23.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: soft mounted and hidden volume so do not notify KEA for /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:23.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Max reconnect time: 30 secs, Connect timeout: 15 secs for /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:23.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: connect to the server /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:23.000 AM kernel ASP_TCP asp_SetTCPQoS: sock_settclassopt got error 57
9/1/11 12:47:23.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Logging in with uam 8 /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:24.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Restoring session /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:27.510 AM com.apple.usbmuxd HandleUSBMuxDictionary client 0x101009980-iTunes/com.apple.iTunes using library usbmuxd-211 built on May 16 2011 at 00:10:01, running usbmuxd-211 built on May 16 2011 at 00:14:56
9/1/11 12:47:29.339 AM com.apple.usbmuxd HandleUSBMuxDictionary client 0x101009980-iTunes/com.apple.iTunes using library usbmuxd-211 built on May 16 2011 at 00:10:01, running usbmuxd-211 built on May 16 2011 at 00:14:56
9/1/11 12:47:29.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Primary Reconnect failed 22 on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:29.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Secondary Reconnect disabled on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:29.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: sleep for 1 seconds and then try again
9/1/11 12:47:30.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: connect to the server /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:30.000 AM kernel ASP_TCP asp_SetTCPQoS: sock_settclassopt got error 57
9/1/11 12:47:30.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Logging in with uam 8 /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:31.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Restoring session /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:36.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Primary Reconnect failed 22 on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:36.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Secondary Reconnect disabled on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:36.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: sleep for 2 seconds and then try again
9/1/11 12:47:38.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: connect to the server /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:38.000 AM kernel ASP_TCP asp_SetTCPQoS: sock_settclassopt got error 57
9/1/11 12:47:38.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Logging in with uam 8 /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:38.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Restoring session /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:43.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Primary Reconnect failed 22 on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:43.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Secondary Reconnect disabled on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:43.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: sleep for 4 seconds and then try again
9/1/11 12:47:47.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: connect to the server /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:47.000 AM kernel ASP_TCP asp_SetTCPQoS: sock_settclassopt got error 57
9/1/11 12:47:47.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Logging in with uam 8 /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:47.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Restoring session /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:52.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Primary Reconnect failed 22 on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:52.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Secondary Reconnect disabled on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:47:52.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: sleep for 8 seconds and then try again
9/1/11 12:48:00.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: connect to the server /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:48:00.000 AM kernel ASP_TCP asp_SetTCPQoS: sock_settclassopt got error 57
9/1/11 12:48:00.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Logging in with uam 8 /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:48:00.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Restoring session /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Primary Reconnect failed 22 on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: Secondary Reconnect disabled on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel ]
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: posting to KEA to unmount /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel ASP_TCP CancelOneRequest: cancelling slot 53 error 89 reqID 10078 flags 0x29 afpCmd 0x4 so 0xffffff8011eed470
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel ASP_TCP Disconnect: triggering reconnect by bumping reconnTrigger from curr value 1 on so 0xffffff8011eed470
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect started /Volumes/MacBook-1 prevTrigger 1 currTrigger 2
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_DoReconnect: already in unmount /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:48:05.783 AM KernelEventAgent tid 00000000 received event(s) VQ_DEAD (32)
9/1/11 12:48:05.783 AM KernelEventAgent tid 00000000 type 'afpfs', mounted on '/Volumes/MacBook-1', from 'afp_06vhLo39xJmK1QS1ro07jzPJ-1.2e000006', dead
9/1/11 12:48:05.784 AM KernelEventAgent tid 00000000 force unmount afp_06vhLo39xJmK1QS1ro07jzPJ-1.2e000006 from /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:48:05.786 AM diskimages-helper terminating disk4 - image is no longer available
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_unmount: /Volumes/MacBook-1, flags 524288, pid 66
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel AFP_VFS afpfs_unmount: Open Fork, Byte Range Lock, or Close Fork still in progress 13 on /Volumes/MacBook-1
9/1/11 12:48:05.894 AM KernelEventAgent tid 00000000 found 1 filesystem(s) with problem(s)
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
9/1/11 12:48:05.909 AM com.apple.backupd Stopping backup to allow backup destination disk to be unmounted or ejected.

9/1/11 12:48:05.959 AM fseventsd disk logger: failed to open output file /Volumes/Time Machine Backups/.fseventsd/000000000adea1f0 (Input/output error). mount point /Volumes/Time Machine Backups/.fseventsd
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
9/1/11 12:48:05.960 AM fseventsd disk logger: failed to open output file /Volumes/Time Machine Backups/.fseventsd/000000000adea1f0 (Input/output error). mount point /Volumes/Time Machine Backups/.fseventsd
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
9/1/11 12:48:05.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
9/
9/1/11 12:48:06.168 AM com.apple.backupd Error writing to backup log. NSFileHandleOperationException** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Input/output error
9/1/11 12:48:06.168 AM com.apple.backupd Error: (-34) SrcErr:NO Copying /Applications/Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro/Acrobat Distiller.app/Contents/MacOS/SelfHealFiles/Help/APP_Adobe/Help/de_DE/Acrobat Pro/9.0/WSEF9C9309-E46F-4d49-8159-06EB65A872AF.w.html to /Volumes/Time Machine Backups/Backups.backupdb/Enrico Mac/2011-09-01-000831.inProgress/43810BE4-4528-49BB-B23A-ADF9A95FC3C3/Enrico/Applications/Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro/Acrobat Distiller.app/Contents/MacOS/SelfHealFiles/Help/APP_Adobe/Help/de_DE/Acrobat Pro/9.0
0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
92e4 (UNDEFINED).
FINED).

9/1/11 12:48:07.933 AM com.apple.backupd Error writing to backup log. NSFileHandleOperationException** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Input/output error
9/1/11 12:48:07.934 AM com.apple.backupd Error writing to backup log. NSFileHandleOperationException** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Input/output error
9/1/11 12:48:07.934 AM com.apple.backupd Error writing to backup log. NSFileHandleOperationException** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Input/output error
9/1/11 12:48:07.000 AM kernel em.fs] [ErrType IO] [ErrNo 5] [IOType Read] [PBlkNum 5948304] [LBlkNum 5] [FSLogMsgID 116726626] [FSLogMsgOrder First]
9/1/11 12:48:07.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
9/1/11 12:48:07.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
9/1/11 12:48:07.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
9/1/11 12:48:07.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
9/1/11 12:48:07.000 AM kernel disk4s2: 0xe000c2e4 (UNDEFINED).
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I'd really suggest you check with Synology and in their forums. Just spent some time looking at their NAS units a couple of weeks ago and there were a lot of folks having issues with it not being compatible with Lion. Hence, I bought something else.

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I'd really suggest you check with Synology and in their forums. Just spent some time looking at their NAS units a couple of weeks ago and there were a lot of folks having issues with it not being compatible with Lion. Hence, I bought something else.
i tested on Qnap NAS as well. same issue. Synology has released support for Lion 2-3 weeks ago.
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I'd still be looking to Synology. Time Machine itself (unless this changed in Lion, which I have not checked) does not support backing up to the network (unless using a Time Capsule) out of the box - except via manual tweaks and 3rd party software.

Keep checking back here though, perhaps someone will have a fix.
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thanks for your comments. My Time Machine has worked fine over the network for the past 2 years on Leopard and Snowleopard. Before updating to the new synology DSM i could not even connect to the drives . Now i can and TM starts the backup but disconnects.
Will see if i can get more answers and search around. i can still use my usb drive but would prefere the NAS.
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i tested on Qnap NAS as well. same issue. Synology has released support for Lion 2-3 weeks ago.
For QNAP devices, you need Firmware v3.5 to fully support Time Machine and OS X Lion

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