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Thread: ERROR taper no-tape [No writable valid tape found]

  1. #11
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    what is tapedev? tpchanger? find /space/vtapes/DailySet1?

    I guess something has changed, since I don't see /tmp/dumps here.

  2. #12

    Default tpchanger? tapedev?

    Quote Originally Posted by dustin View Post
    what is tapedev? tpchanger? find /space/vtapes/DailySet1?
    tpchanger "chg-disk"
    tapedev "file://space/vtapes/DailySet1/slots"

  3. #13

    Default can't locate the dump

    I've labeled the tapes =>
    for ((i=1; $i<=15;i++)); do /usr/sbin/amlabel DailySet1 DailySet1-0$i slot $i; done;
    it looks better now “/usr/sbin/amdump DailySet1” doesnt' show any error, but I still can't figure out where the dumps are stored.
    Here is the output of “/usr/sbin/amadmin DailySet1 find”
    host disk lv tape or file file part status
    2008-07-03 localhost /opt/test 0 DailySet1-01 1 -- OK
    “find / -name 'DailySet1-01' -type d” doesn't give any output.
    There appear some new files in /space/vtapes/DailySet1/data (link to slot1) =>
    “00000-DailySet1-01 00000.DailySet1-01 00001-localhost._opt_test.0 00001.localhost._opt_test.0 00002-TAPEEND 00002.TAPEEND”
    I just dont see any 'DailySet1-01'.
    Last edited by romanh; July 3rd, 2008 at 05:11 AM.

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    Those are your dumps. 00000* is the tape label, 00001* contains the localhost:/opt/test dump, and 00002* is the tapeend header.

    Looks like everything's working.

  5. #15

    Default browse the dumps

    Thanks Dustin.
    Could you tell me how to browse them?
    ls 00001-localhost._opt_test.0 or ls 00001.localhost._opt_test.0 doesn't show anything.

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    If I'm guessing correctly about "browse", I think you want to use amrecover.

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    Default amindexd: invalid service

    When I try run /usr/sbin/amrecover I am getting an error "amindexd: invalid service"

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