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Move DRMedia on Library Client


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I recently switched my TSM solution over to 6.2.2 on Windows, but I'm still inside a 30-day retention window on my old server, so I still have it running TSM 5.5 as a library manager. I'm having a problem with ejecting the dr media on my new server, which is a library client. I'm using the same script on both servers to eject dr media. The command I'm issuing is

move drm * wherestate=mountable tostate=vault remove=bulk copystg=* wait=yes

When I do this, I get the following error:

ANR9999D_0782121959 UpdateStgPoolVolumes(ormadm.c:1712) Thread<38>: Volume list count and status list count
do not match.
ANR2032E MOVE DRMEDIA: Command failed - internal server error detected.

Did I completely miss something here? When I do q drm * wherestate=mountable, I only get a list of volumes in my copy stgpools, and these are the only volumes that move drmedia is attempting to check out. If I run a q drmstat, I set my copy stgpools correctly.

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The Spectrum Protect TLA (Three-Letter Acronym): ISP or something else?

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