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Legato Networker : Mistake labelisation action on a media not writeprotect by pmalherbe
Somebody can help me : We use networker 6.0.2 , without juke box : With a good media , not write protect , we do that on crontab : nsrmm -u nsrmm -dy -v label name nsrmm -m -y -l -b "Pool name" -R -f /dev/rmt
November 7th 03 10:52 AM
by Daniel Go to last post
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anyone know a dealer of refurb Gator Libraries by Michael Hamila
-- Mike Hamila Southwest Computer Solutions 2122 West Lone Cactus Drive Phoenix, AZ 85027 800-711-0483 x 121 623-581-6670 x 121 623-581-6850 Fax
November 6th 03 09:35 PM
by Michael Hamila Go to last post
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LEGATO clone & tapes by My name
From a full backup onto LTO, How can I know how many tapes I will need to perform a clone? -it depends on the amount of data backuped with the full bckup, or the number of tapes of the full backup + 1 tape for indexes are not satisfaisant answers- So I am seeking for abacus, formula, or...
November 6th 03 08:10 PM
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Physical sector location by Nuno Magalhaes
If you have a given sector, say 5000th sector (logical), how can you get the physical location in: platters, tracks and sectors?
November 6th 03 04:26 PM
by Bill Todd Go to last post
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Free Super Software Searcher eBook by Richard Whittingham
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November 6th 03 12:21 AM
by Net Worker Go to last post
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S-AIT / Qualstar by Adam Thomas
Are there any opinions out there about the Qualstar's new S-AIT library? I'm somewhat surprised there is not more discussion about it on this list and on the web in general. The 500 GB native capacity was very appealing for my group, however we're having trouble with bugs in the firmware for the...
November 5th 03 06:04 PM
by Scott Go to last post
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Networker/NDMP backup problems by Michael Taylor
Hi All, I hope someone can help with this; I am having some annoying backup problems. My backup server is prematurely marking tapes as full sometimes with as little as 10 MB written. Also, some tapes have nothing written to them and are rejected by Networker. Errors are reported in...
November 5th 03 04:14 PM
by Michael Taylor Go to last post
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HEY! by MV3
Hi! My name is Lizzie also knowen as MV3 and I attend CVCC. In my career of choice my goal is to be a computer engineer and if that don't work out for me than I'll just stick with being a student until I get lucky. I live in Conover, NC and it's really a okay place. If anyone has some good...
November 5th 03 06:25 AM
by mrl Go to last post
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Best tool for backup on tape?! by sharketleut
-- __ Pozdrav!
November 5th 03 06:23 AM
by mrl Go to last post
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Data replication by Gary
Anybody recommend a reasonablew data replication software??
November 5th 03 06:21 AM
by mrl Go to last post
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Usin SNMP to discover storage? by babak
Hi Is it possible to use SNMP to discover storage devices in a SAN? Thanks
November 5th 03 06:16 AM
by mrl Go to last post
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Help on Tape Marks by Shiera
Hello everyone, I really need your help on the following. Excerpt from SCSI Stream Commands-2 (SSC-2) Working Draft: 1.) "Filemarks are special recorded logical objects not containing user data." 2.) "Setmarks are optional special recorded logical objects not containing user data."
November 5th 03 12:47 AM
by Malcolm Weir Go to last post
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Help on Tape LBA by Shiera
Hello everyone... Just some follow-up questions on Malc's answers to my previous questions... Since data are stored sequentially, so the block positioning are also sequential, right? How can we identify an end of the block, especially if a single cartridge contains blocks of different sizes? Is...
November 5th 03 12:42 AM
by Malcolm Weir Go to last post
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USB Harddrive installation problems by Tilman Franke
Hello! I got problems installing an external USB-drive (in-system USB-to-IDE converter box). The "Driver CD" provides me with a cheong program that says "install ok!" at some point without anything happening. I heard recently that a driver installation is actually not necessary with external USB...
November 4th 03 01:57 PM
by Maxim S. Shatskih Go to last post
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Sony CDL5000 CD Library OSL2000 Optical Library by max
Hi all, sorry for the multiple postings but my head is sore from banging it on the wall :) Have the following items being offered to me; Sony CDL5000 CD Library Sony OSL2000 Optical Library x 3 I can't find any documentation specs or much else (apart from compatible software) :/
November 3rd 03 04:28 PM
by max Go to last post
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Intel or PowerPC for RAID controller by albatros66
Dear ALL Please discuss pro & conts on using Intel vs PowerPC based RAID controlers ... (e.g. some vendors use PPC750 and some use IOP303 or newer) ... Other query: while Intel ships newer IO Procesors (recently IOP321 and IOP331) many vendors of raid array still use IO303 outdated processor (&...
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November 2nd 03 11:26 PM
by Benjamin Goldsteen Go to last post
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formatting compact flash by Hari
Hi, I have a doubt while formatting a compact flash card to fat 16 file system using windows OS(XP). I'm not going to use compact flash as a booting device. If that is the case will the first sector will be a MBR as in the case of hard disk or will it be a boot record as in the case of floppy disk....
November 1st 03 06:42 PM
by Maxim S. Shatskih Go to last post
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Disabling disk cache? by Nuno Magalhaes
Is it possible to disable hardware disk cache? Not the software cache. I can read files with no software cache, opening them without buffering (FILE_FLAG_NO_BUFFERING) but I can't avoid the hardware cache. Is it possible to get the hardware disk cache size? Or even disable it? Thanks a lot.
October 30th 03 09:31 PM
by Maxim S. Shatskih Go to last post
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setting up LVS 4800 RAID 5 by Brian McCrary
Hello, I've looked everywhere for an answer to this, so I apologize if there is already an answer posted. I recently picked up a LVS 4800 and have succesfully set it up with Solaris and the JNI SBus cards. I am wanting to setup a RAID 5 but it looks like the maximum amount of disks supported per...
October 30th 03 08:39 PM
by Jason Mather Go to last post
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Clariion/Dell RAID software needed by [email protected]
Hello, I have a Dell 650F/Clariion FC5300 RAID system with no software to configure it. This must be a "purchase" item, as I can't seem to find it available for download anywhere on the web. Does anyone have a pre-owned version available for sale that contains the above files? A...
October 30th 03 05:40 PM
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