Peter_Riederer wrote:the tape support is useless for us and our customers, if i have to do all manually
Peter_Riederer wrote:And a lot of our customers only have some normal office staff, who are changing the tapes without any access to the GUI.
Peter_Riederer wrote:By pressing the eject button veeam doesn't know the tape isn't anymore in the drive, hence the next backup job will fail I think.
Peter_Riederer wrote:Why isnt it possible to get the eject function working with standalone drives, like backup exec e.g. does?
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#0 \\.\scsi4: - [ULTRIUM-HH5]-[A9Q2] S/N:1068004268 H4-B0-T3-L0
#1 \\.\scsi4: - [ULTRIUM-HH5]-[B6W1] S/N:1068048375 H4-B0-T4-L0
v.Eremin wrote:As far as I’m concerned, there is free tool called IBM Tape Diagnostic Tool (ITDT) that provides multiple functional capabilities that simplify the task of maintaining IBM tape products. In the Standard Edition (ITDT-SE) it is a command line version that is available for most major platforms (Windows, AIX, Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, Mac OS X, I5/OS).
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