I am getting an error trying to replicate software loaded into the K1000.  All patches (Dell and regular replicated fine).  Pluginweb log file keeps showing errors (listed below).  The software keeps trying to replicate and the .part file never stops growing.   No proxy server or firewall between the K1000 appliance and the replication machine.

[Fri Jul 13 13:23:06 2012] pluginWeb: Stopping Download ...
[Fri Jul 13 13:23:06 2012] DownloadFile: 'D:\KaceRep\k1000share\repl2\software\13771\CS6_Premium_Windows.zip.' error occurred: 'Failed writing body (1715 != 1716)' Error Code (23), url: http://KACESERVER/packages/13771/CS6_Premium_Windows.zip
[Fri Jul 13 13:23:06 2012] DownloadFile: Downloaded D:\KaceRep\k1000share\repl2\software\13771\CS6_Premium_Windows.zip. from http://KACESERVER/packages/13771/CS6_Premium_Windows.zip Download speed: 1735837.000000 bytes/second
[Fri Jul 13 13:23:06 2012] Error (cURL) copying files from 'http://helpdesk.transwestern.net/packages/13771/CS6_Premium_Windows.zip' to 'D:\KaceRep\k1000share\repl2\software\13771\CS6_Premium_Windows.zip.': (1025) Unknown error
[Fri Jul 13 13:23:06 2012] Error expectedChecksum is NULL
[Fri Jul 13 13:23:17 2012] pluginWeb: kpiRecvPayload: recv='replicate

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Can you check if the harddrive space is full?



Answered 07/16/2012 by: AbhayR
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  • No issues with space on the replication share 1.8 TB free.
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If you have a network security device (such as SOnicalwall, Juniper, etc) make sure you have made exceptions for the KBOX. Sometimes it can prevent the files from finishing it's file transfer, and can cause this error. 

One way to test is to bypass any networking by plugging a laptop straight into the KBOX, then replicate to it. You should see it finish successfully. 

You can also make the destination and download location for the replication sesttings the same to bypass the network as well. 

Answered 08/17/2012 by: brucegoose03
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We also noticed the error about 'ExpectedChecksum is NULL. 

We populated the DB with the correct checksum, but the other errors still continue. 

Answered 09/11/2012 by: brucegoose03
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