Since installing Lion why does Time Machine shows backup was delayed?

Ever since we stalled Lion after we backup with Time Machine the display quickly changes to the alert symbol that backup was delayed how can I change this. I have backed up four times.

It's a 'new feature' .. check out this post here https://discussions.apple.com/message/16148789#16148789 .. if you don't agree with this new feature, please join us in raising it as a bug for Apple to fix.

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  • Why does time machine close open applications? eg firefox, mail ...

    since the latest update of time machine, a few days/weeks ago (sorry i can't be more precise), it seems that open applications close themselves. i've tried disabling time machine, and then all stay open, for hours ... so i'm blaming time machine.
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  • Why does time machine say my wireless hard drive doesn't have enough space when it clearly does?

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    I'm asking this question to find out if I can delete the all but the last week in a month, each month, in order to extend the useful capacity of my backup drive.
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    THIS WAS RIGHT BEFORE I TRIED TO START THE BACKUP
    7/30/12 12:42:46.697 PM WindowServer[73]: [cps/setfront] Failed setting the front application to Finder, psn 0x0-0xc00c, securitySessionID=0x186a4, err=-13066 _
    7/30/12 12:46:53.815 PM UserEventAgent[180]: com.apple.TMLaunchAgent disabled
    NONE OF THE ABOVE WAS IN RESPONSE TO ANYTHING I DID! BUT MAYBE A CLUE?
    ANYWAY, HERE GOES  (with many repetitive lines removed - indicated by gaps):
    7/30/12 12:48:52.885 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Starting manual backup
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    7/30/12 12:48:55.101 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Event store UUIDs don't match for volume: Macintosh HD
    7/30/12 12:48:55.799 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Deep event scan at path:/ reason:must scan subdirs|new event db|
    7/30/12 12:49:20.607 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[156]: (com.apple.KerberosHelper.LKDCHelper[212]) Exited with code: 1
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    7/30/12 12:59:58.422 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: 24.03 GB required (including padding), 312.52 GB available
    7/30/12 1:05:28.000 PM kernel[0]: disk1s2: I/O error.
    7/30/12 1:05:28.000 PM kernel[0]: disk1s2: I/O error.
    7/30/12 1:05:28.000 PM kernel[0]: jnl: disk1s2: do_jnl_io: strategy err 0x5
    7/30/12 1:05:28.000 PM kernel[0]: jnl: disk1s2: write_journal_header: error writing the journal header!
    7/30/12 1:05:28.000 PM kernel[0]: disk1s2: I/O error.
    7/30/12 1:05:28.693 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error (256): fetching properties: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=256 "The file “Credits.rtf” couldn’t be opened." UserInfo=0x7f8b749355c0 {NSURL=file://localhost/Volumes/TimeShare/Backups.backupdb/kuhn%E2%80%99s%20Mac Book%20Pro/2012-07-26-114729/Macintosh%20HD/Applications/Preview.app/Contents/Re sources/zh_TW.lproj/Credits.rtf, NSFilePath=/Volumes/TimeShare/Backups.backupdb/kuhn’s MacBook Pro/2012-07-26-114729/Macintosh HD/Applications/Preview.app/Contents/Resources/zh_TW.lproj/Credits.rtf, NSUnderlyingError=0x7f8b7493fff0 "The operation couldn’t be completed. Input/output error"}
    7/30/12 1:05:28.694 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error: (-50) SrcErr:NO Copying /Applications/Preview.app/Contents/Resources/zh_TW.lproj/Credits.rtf to /Volumes/TimeShare/Backups.backupdb/kuhn’s MacBook Pro/2012-07-30-124855.inProgress/A9556B25-47FE-4D1F-A2C9-BF18EEF78898/Macintosh HD/Applications/Preview.app/Contents/Resources/zh_TW.lproj
    7/30/12 1:05:28.000 PM kernel[0]: disk1s2: I/O error.
    7/30/12 1:05:30.000 PM kernel[0]: disk1s2: I/O error.
    7/30/12 1:05:30.341 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error writing to backup log.  NSFileHandleOperationException:*** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Invalid argument
    7/30/12 1:05:30.341 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error: (-50) SrcErr:NO Copying /Applications/Preview.app/Contents/version.plist to /Volumes/TimeShare/Backups.backupdb/kuhn’s MacBook Pro/2012-07-30-124855.inProgress/A9556B25-47FE-4D1F-A2C9-BF18EEF78898/Macintosh HD/Applications/Preview.app/Contents
    7/30/12 1:05:30.341 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error writing to backup log.  NSFileHandleOperationException:*** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Invalid argument
    7/30/12 1:05:30.341 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error: (-50) SrcErr:NO Copying /Applications/Preview.app/Contents/XPCServices to /Volumes/TimeShare/Backups.backupdb/kuhn’s MacBook Pro/2012-07-30-124855.inProgress/A9556B25-47FE-4D1F-A2C9-BF18EEF78898/Macintosh HD/Applications/Preview.app/Contents
    7/30/12 1:05:30.381 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Stopping backup.
    7/30/12 1:05:30.381 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error writing to backup log.  NSFileHandleOperationException:*** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Invalid argument
    7/30/12 1:05:30.381 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error: (-8062) SrcErr:NO Copying /Applications/Preview.app/Contents/XPCServices/com.apple.Preview.TrustedBookmar ksService.xpc/Contents/_CodeSignature/CodeResources to (null)
    7/30/12 1:05:30.385 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error writing to backup log.  NSFileHandleOperationException:*** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Invalid argument
    7/30/12 1:05:30.386 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error writing to backup log.  NSFileHandleOperationException:*** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Invalid argument
    7/30/12 1:05:30.386 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Copied 96604 files (2.26 GB) from volume Macintosh HD.
    7/30/12 1:05:30.386 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error writing to backup log.  NSFileHandleOperationException:*** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Invalid argument
    7/30/12 1:05:30.387 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Copy stage failed with error:11
    7/30/12 1:05:30.389 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error writing to backup log.  NSFileHandleOperationException:*** -[NSConcreteFileHandle writeData:]: Invalid argument
    7/30/12 1:05:30.000 PM kernel[0]: disk1s2: I/O error.
    7/30/12 1:05:30.464 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error: (5) getxattr for key:com.apple.backupd.SnapshotState path:/Volumes/TimeShare/Backups.backupdb/kuhn’s MacBook Pro/2011-06-14-140802
    7/30/12 1:05:30.000 PM kernel[0]: disk1s2: I/O error.
    7/30/12 1:05:31.178 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error: (5) getxattr for key:com.apple.backupd.SnapshotState path:/Volumes/TimeShare/Backups.backupdb/kuhn’s MacBook Pro/2012-07-26-114729
    7/30/12 1:05:31.000 PM kernel[0]: disk1s2: I/O error.
    7/30/12 1:05:31.248 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Error: (22) setxattr for key:com.apple.backupd.HostUUID path:/Volumes/TimeShare/Backups.backupdb/kuhn’s MacBook Pro size:37
    7/30/12 1:05:41.526 PM com.apple.backupd[320]: Backup failed with error: 11
    7/30/12 1:09:42.396 PM mtmfs[37]: filesystem unmount attempted from stopFS
    7/30/12 1:09:42.557 PM mtmfs[37]: unmount failed for /Volumes/MobileBackups
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    7/30/12 1:10:02.499 PM fseventsd[48]: disk logger: failed to open output file /Volumes/TimeShare/.fseventsd/636573369d318daf (Invalid argument). mount point /Volumes/TimeShare/.fseventsd
    7/30/12 1:10:04.000 PM kernel[0]: disk1s2: I/O error.
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    7/30/12 1:10:04.799 PM fseventsd[48]: disk logger: failed to open output file /Volumes/TimeShare/.fseventsd/636573369d318daf (Invalid argument). mount point /Volumes/TimeShare/.fseventsd
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