Advertise at ADSM.ORG right now. However, when the device name has changed, SANDISCOVERY will discover a new device name and update the path with the new device name and not the device alias name. You need to install a QLA or a good old Emulex card. For the dual pathing stuff and number I honestly never had done that before I left my job with all the SUN equipment so I'm not positive what you'd have to
Might also want to make sure a /dev/rmt entry isn't already there taking up the number you're binding it too. Do you remember where the persistent binding config was? No, I've pulled in the UNIX admins to look at it and we'll then call SUN as that likely is going to be the direction. Stay logged in Sign up now! http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21504587
Violators may be banned from this website. ANS8001I Return code 15. Also, those lines are in the IBMtape.conf and have always been there.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Right now I have them in lpfc.conf but emlxs.conf doesn't have anything that looks like a sample of that same setup.Click to expand... Buy the Full Version Footer MenuAboutAbout ScribdPressOur blogJoin our team!Contact UsJoin todayInvite FriendsGiftsLegalTermsPrivacyCopyrightSupportHelp / FAQAccessibilityPurchase helpAdChoicesPublishersSocial MediaCopyright © 2017 Scribd Inc. .Browse Books.Mobile Site.Site Directory.Site Language: English中文EspañolالعربيةPortuguês日本語DeutschFrançaisTurkceРусский языкTiếng việtJęzyk polskiBahasa indonesiaSign Ibm Ts3200 Service Manual Anyone successfully using IBMtape driver with EMLXS hba driver?
If you receive helpful answer on this forum, please show thanks to the poster by clicking "LIKE" link for the answer that you found helpful. Ibm Tape Device Drivers You're Reading a Free Preview Pages 7 to 30 are not shown in this preview. name="IBMtape" parent="pseudo" instance=16382; name="IBMtape" parent="pseudo" instance=16383; I checked those paths and they come back to those lines missing. $ ls -ltra /dev/ibmcontrol lrwxrwxrwx 1 root other 42 Feb 17 15:24 /dev/ibmcontrol GregE, Jul 9, 2009 #13 GregE ADSM.ORG Senior Member Joined: May 12, 2006 Messages: 2,100 Likes Received: 31 For anyone interested, it turned out to be what I was afraid (and
Commenting out everything in st.conf and running "rem_drv st" were the first things I did. "mt" isn't loaded (modinfo | grep -i mt) so I'm ok there too. Ibm Ultrium 3580 Tape Drive Driver Download This notice will disappear after you have made at least 3 posts. XenForo add-ons by Waindigo™ © 2014Waindigo Ltd. Community Tip: Forum Rules (PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ BEFORE POSTING) Click the link above to access ADSM.ORG Acceptable Use Policy and forum rules which should be observed when using this
RecoveryOne replied Aug 10, 2017 at 9:29 AM Why my tapes don't exceed... https://adsm.org/forum/index.php?threads/ibmtape-stopped-working.18259/ That piece is solved. Ibm Ultrium-hh5 Driver And this was working fine until I tried to configure the .conf files for alternate pathing. Ibm Ultrium 6 Hh 3580 Tape Drive Drivers Should be /dev/rmt/200smc, but is non-existent.
I don't know. Last edited: Jun 25, 2009 GregE, Jun 25, 2009 #1 ADSM.ORG Sponsor Eldoraan ADSM.ORG Senior Member Joined: Feb 19, 2003 Messages: 288 Likes Received: 10 Occupation: Data Protection Location: Device Name Device Alias Name IBM tape drives controlled by the IBM device driver tapeX mtX.Y.Z.N IBM medium changers controlled by the IBM device driver changerX lbX.Y.Z.N Non-IBM tape drives controlled Using lpfc driver: # /etc/devlink.tab entry example..... Ibm Tape Diagnostic Tool
One thing that bugs me, and I don't know why it's doing it, is in tapelist -l, the Device ULT3580-TD3 is fine, but the ULT3580-TD4 should be showing as ULT3584-TD4(e). For some reason it is still ignoring my numbering, instead creating /dev/rmt/0st.....1st, 2st, etc. Violators may be banned from this website. RecoveryOne replied Aug 10, 2017 at 9:29 AM Why my tapes don't exceed...
tape library) # type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=1,1; rmt/0\M0 # /dev/rmt/st (tape drives) # type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=1,0; rmt/1\M0 type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=2,0; rmt/2\M0 type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=3,0; rmt/3\M0 type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=4,0; rmt/4\M0 type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=5,0; rmt/5\M0 type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=7,0; rmt/7\M0 type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=8,0; rmt/8\M0 type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=9,0; rmt/9\M0 type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=a,0; rmt/10\M0 type=ddi_byte:tape;addr=b,0; rmt/11\M0 ... Ibm Ultrium-hh5 Error Codes name="IBMtape" class="scsi" fc-port-wwn="500507630F762901" lun=0 block_size=0 buffering=1 immediate=0 trailer=0 sili=0; ____ EDIT: I've tried it, using "wwn" instead of "target" everywhere in IBMtape.conf. Mikey D, Jun 17, 2010 #4 GregE ADSM.ORG Senior Member Joined: May 12, 2006 Messages: 2,100 Likes Received: 31 Got it!
You're right, it's easier ................... Content The IBM tape and medium changer device drivers are designed specifically to take advantage of the features provided by the IBM tape drives and medium changer devices. IBM device driver The device driver provided by IBM for IBM devices such as LTO and 3592. 3. IBM Support Check here to start a new keyword search.
After you'll need to rem_drv st, mt, ibmtape and clear our /dev/rmt/* and then rerun the add_drv commands. Before you install the device drivers, please refer to the ISV web site or their support to find out what device drivers should be used for the ISV. I called IBM, mentioned IBMtape driver, and that threw them all for a loop. I missed yesterday that there is no library in my tapelist.
Otherwise, Tivoli Storage manager device driver. Code: Ap_Id Type Receptacle Occupant Condition c5 fc-fabric connected configured unknown c5::500507630f762901 tape connected configured unknown c5::500507630f762902 tape connected configured unknown c5::500507630f762903 tape connected configured unknown c5::500507630f762904 tape connected configured unknown The Windows device name format is tapeX for a tape drive and changerX for a medium changer where X is the device number. Then took everything out and set it back the way it was, but it's never worked since before that.
IBM Support Check here to start a new keyword search. We don't use encryption, but what bugs me is that if it's not seeing that correctly, it's not seeing something when it's setting the device paths. Right now doesn't show (e) on any of them. Is there a 3rd file I need to be populating? (emlxs.conf?) (I realize I am missing lines regarding dual pathing.