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ANR8807W

Discussion in 'Tape / Media Library' started by dkane, May 10, 2006.

  1. dkane

    dkane ADSM.ORG Member

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    HI,



    I use DRM . When I return volumes in my library I obtain this message 'ANR8807W'. The command that I se is " checkin libv LB2.1.0.3 search=yes checkl=barcode stat=scr ".

    What can I do?



    THANKS
     
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  3. Benoit

    Benoit ADSM.ORG Member

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    Hi,



    if you have a scsi libary, try this



    checkin libv LB2.1.0.3 search=bulk checkl=barcode stat=scr



    hope it helps
     
  4. BDMcGrew

    BDMcGrew ADSM.ORG Member

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    G'morning all... I know this is a really old thread, but I have a quick question regarding checking in volumes...

    Normally, checkin libv works fine for DRM. But, if the volumes have already been deleted from volhist, then it fails. The only other way I know to get the volumes checked back in is to label libv overwrite=yes. Is there another method or checking in volumes that are already labeled, but have been deleted from volhist?

    Also, how long does everyone keep their volhist around for? Normally I keep mine for 31 days but now that I'm seeing some volumes being dropped, I might extend that.

    Thanks!

    -b
     
  5. moon-buddy

    moon-buddy ADSM.ORG Moderator

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    That is the only way to checkin volumes that have been deleted.

    I only keep 8 days to coincide with the DB retention policy of 8 days.
     

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