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Storage-tek library conected to a sun

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Shaamil
Frequent Advisor

Storage-tek library conected to a sun

Omniback Master server, k200 running 10.20.
I have a client on my master, which is
a solaris 2.6 machine. I aslo have a
Storage-Tek 7430 robot attached to it
(single ended scsi). How do I configure
it on Omniback.
Please help. This would save my
company from obtaining Veritas
Netbackup.
Or does Omniback not see the device on the
solaris machine.
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Shaamil
Frequent Advisor

Re: Storage-tek library conected to a sun

Thanks for the info, but how do I configure the robot under omniback 3.5. in Devices & media window. Which type of robot ro I configure it as.
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Duncan Edmonstone
Honored Contributor

Re: Storage-tek library conected to a sun

Unless your library is using StorageTek's ACSLS , you should select 'SCSI-II Library' as the lib type.

HTH

Duncan

HTH

Duncan
Shaamil
Frequent Advisor

Re: Storage-tek library conected to a sun

I still Cannot see the Library on the solaris server. I have tried above, but to no avail.
Please help.
I am trying on ob2 4.1 master server=t500 running hp-ux10.20. Client where robot is attached = Sun450 running solaris 8
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Alexander M. Ermes
Honored Contributor

Re: Storage-tek library conected to a sun

Hi there.
If possible, you should connect the library to the cellserver. For the backup you should connect the cellserver and the clients in a separate network. DOing the backup through the normal data network might just have a bit of inlfuence on the performance.
Remember, each drive needs its own interface.
Rgds
Alexander M. Ermes
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