The backup software will request a snapshot of the volume the files live on from Microsoft's Volume Shadow Copy Service.
Once the snapshot is made, the backup software will then work off of the snapshot rather than the actual files themselves, allowing the actual files to be used and/or altered while the backup job is running.
Thus tries to find the surrounding unit test name by inspecting its call site (using stack-sites or callsites) and parsing AST of the spec file (using falafel).
It is worth mentioning that quite often these errors are prolific when File and Folder backups are created with indiscriminate selections (selecting the entire drive, especially one containing the operating system).
If one is more discerning in his or her selection of which files and folders to back up in the first place, these sorts of errors can be avoided.
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When choosing to disable Snapshot Mode to deal with snapshot errors, consider creating a separate backup set for files or folders that commonly get snapshot errors and only disabling Snapshot Mode for that backup set rather than the whole.
When taking a snapshot, previous snapshot files are not automatically deleted.
In a File and Folder backup set's settings, Snapshot Mode determines whether or not the Backup Agent will try to snapshot target files before attempting to back them up.
By turning Snapshot Mode off, you can eliminate any errors associated with the snapshot process.
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