It appears the file permissions issue on target server. Check whether the file is readable or not.
Why is there // in path. It should be like
Oe try to use hostname or ip instead of localhost
Hey Siddu ,
It must be file.permission on file server where the time resides ..
I think its NAS mount right ..
Kindly check file permission from exports as well on file server
yeah..we had the same problem, resolved by applying 755 on //localhost/storage/patch/catalog/catalog_2178128.*