Hi, thanks for the reply.
Yes, I know this is why I'm getting the error. I understand the eject function also
The way I see it this happens in one of two ways:
1. The user is inserting tapes into the library slots manually while a tape is still in a drive. When this tape is eventually ejected (job finishes) its slot is already occupied and it complains. Quesiton: How does the user know which slots he may use?
2. A tape job finishes and ejects the tape to a slot that is 'owned' by another tape that is still in another drive. Question: why would veeam allow a tape to be ejected to a slot that belongs to another tape that is still online in th elibrary/drives somewhere.
So, to rephrase. I would like to know if there is a way to see if an empty slot is owned by a tape that is currently in one of the drives of the library so that I do not accidentally put a tape in that slot when filling the library.