- Comodo Backup v4.0.6 “Everything is up to date”
- Windows 7 (latest service packs installed)
If I manually do a “Files and Directories” backup WITHOUT macros enabled, it works fine.
However, when attempting to configure profiles for automatic monthly/weekly/daily backups (full, differential, incremental respectively) I deisre to embed the date and timestamp information into the backup filename.
However, this generates the following messages:
[timestamp] Running custom profile c:\tmp\backups\Data_|DATE3||TIME|_full.cbu [timestamp] Creating New Backup ... [timestamp] Error Occurred [timestamp] Backup failed with code 43 (Internal error)
Apparently it’s having a problem parsing the macro tags in the filename?
Placing the tags at the end of the filename makes no differrence - same error “code 43” result.
Additional comment regarding the macro tags …
It would also be nice to have macros without the leading or embedded ‘_’ characters. For example, a “YEAR” macro which is simply “YYYY” (in addition to the YEAR = “_YYYY”) so that I can build timestamp format as desired - eg MyData_20111102_2035_Full.cbu