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  1. it looks like it's either a tape/hardware...

    it looks like it's either a tape/hardware problem, or you were using a large blocksize before and not now. Blocksize can be configured either with the blocksize parameter in the tapetype or using...
  2. Hmm.. can you read the existing tapes with dd? ...

    Hmm.. can you read the existing tapes with dd?
    dd if=$tapedev bs=32k count=1
  3. This sounds like a problem with your block size...

    This sounds like a problem with your block size -- were you using a non-default (32k) blocksize in 2.6.0?
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