We have a customer freezing the I/O on their databases every hour for a VSS backup. I read on stackoverflow that this is a perfectly safe operation (which sounds crazy to me since freeze means no movement and I/O means input & output, so in short this implies NO INPUT or OUTPUT)
LFDS, LFS, WF, etc all throw No process is on the other end of the pipe SQL connection errors both in the logs and general database errors on the front interfaces intermittently throughout the day.
Anyone else ever run into this situation? Why would the stackoverflow community agree that this is safe to do during the day?