Backup Error on Moss2007: Object Shared Search Index failed in event OnPrepareBackup, The current operation timed-out after 3600 seconds

If you getting error in spbackup.log file when getting backup like:
Error: Object Shared Search Index failed in event OnPrepareBackup. For more information, see the error log located in the backup directory.
WebException: The current operation timed-out after 3600 seconds
Debug: at Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.SearchSharedApplication.Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.Backup.IBackupRestore.OnPrepareBackup(Object sender, SPBackupInformation args) at Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.Backup.SPBackup.RunPrepareBackup(SPBackupRestoreObject node)

Cause:
When performing a backup of a search application, sometimes the operation for pausing the search application fails. In this case, the backup of the search index cannot continue. In that case, the SSP backup is virtually useless. Pre-SP2, the process of backing up the search database will continue. Post-SP2, the failure to pause the search application during a backup process will also result in failure of backing up the search databases, and the search databases will be marked with the same error as the search index component.
For More info:
http://download.microsoft.com/download/4/1/F/41F3A698-55E8-40B4-A306-AD6CF1F95394/2007%20Office%20Servers%20Service%20Pack%202%20Changes.xlsx

Resolution:
Upgrade to Moss 2007 SP2

[Solved] Ninject ‘System.Runtime.CompilerServices.ExtensionAttribute’ is defined in multiple assemblies

Ninject Bug with .net framework 3.5

If you getting this error with your application that using ninject dependency injector.

System.Runtime.CompilerServices.ExtensionAttribute’ is defined in multiple assemblies in the global alias; using definition from  [….]\Ninject.Core.dll
Or
Missing compiler required member ‘System.Runtime.CompilerServices.ExtensionAttribute..ctor’

This is a know bug with ninject.NET 2.0 build would work for .NET 3.5 as well, but the extension method patch will screw things up.
http://bugs.ninject.org/jira/browse/NINJECT-4

Solution is:

 You can solve it by yourself

1)  Download source , extrat it some folder and open with VS IDE.
http://ninject.org/assets/dist/Ninject-1.0-src.zip

2) There are two project   “Core” and “Tests” that we change .

3) Open project properties windows by click solution explorer-> Core (Right Click ) -> Properties

4)Click “Application” Tab on the left side

5) Select  “.NET 3.5 framework ” in Target Framework combobox. 

6) Click  “Build” Tab on the left side

7)  type “NET_35” in Conditional Compilation Symbol box (Preprocessor flag)

8) Do it same with “Tests” Project

9) Rebuild solution.

Its worked for me 🙂