An operation finished with a warning message or failed.
Backup Status Alerts
This alert is to notify you that you have selected more devices for protection than your device quotas allow.
During upgrade from Acronis Backup 11.5/11.7 (Advanced) to Acronis Backup 12.5 (Advanced) your cloud archives should be migrated to a new infrastructure. This alert is displayed, if the cloud archives have not been migrated automatically and a manual migration is required.
The software checks the progress of the backup task and other activities every hour. This alert is displayed anytime the software detects there has been no progress of any kind (bytes sent, disk activity etc.) for the past hour.
Validation is an operation that checks the possibility of data recovery from a backup. You have specified this option in a backup plan or created a separate validation plan, and this operation failed. The alert drives your attention to this issue, because successful validation ensures that your backup will be restorable and a missed validation might put your data protection plan at risk.
A backup was manually canceled by a user. This alert notifies you that the last backup of this machine was not completed and your data was not protected at the expected time.
This alert appears when the validation operation has successfully completed and identified backup as corrupted (unrestorable).
Acronis Agent can run only one physical machine backup task at a time. This alert is activated anytime you have a scheduling conflict and two backups tasks are initiated at the same time. In this case, the second backup task is queued until the first one is finished or stopped.
In backup plan options, you have enabled the No successful backups for a specified number of consecutive days alert and the scheduled check (every 6 hours) found that a successful backup of this resource had not been created for this period of time.
A backup did not complete successfully.
This alert appears when the agent machine is offline during a scheduled backup. In this case, our Management Server has not received information whether the backup is running successfully or failed.
This alert is designed to notify you that you are reaching your cloud storage limit.
Active Protection protects a system from malicious software known as ransomware, which encrypts files and demands a ransom for the encryption key. This alert appears when Acronis Active Protection service has been enabled for this machine, but is not started or is disabled.
This alert notifies you that the machine has been offline for the specified number of days and might not have been protected.
Active Protection protects a system from malicious software known as ransomware, which encrypts files and demands a ransom for the encryption key. This alert appears when Acronis Active Protection service detects a process encrypting files on a machine listed in the Active Protection plan.
- You have a protection plan with backup module
- Backups run daily
- However, you receive alerts "No successful backups have been performed by the backup plan for more than X days"
- There is a protection plan with backup module
- Backups have not been running for days and you receive the alert "No backups for X days"
- However, the number of days mentioned in the alert message is wrong.
This alert is displayed when our product detects that a backup activity was not started at the scheduled time. For example, if a machine was turned off during scheduled backup time, this alert will be displayed the next time it is connected to the Management Server.
You have exceeded your cloud storage quota.
These alerts notify you that your subscription license will expire soon or has expired.