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MSL4048 problem with library path

#1
Hi
Please, help me with that problem
Windows 2003, TSM 5.5

If I try to find device name with tsmdlst, I got only drives
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But with key /all, I got tsm name library, but field "Device" eq "n/a"
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TSM cant define path with this name.
ANR8418E DEFINE PATH: An I/O error occurred while accessing library MSL4048.
ANS8001I Return code 15.
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q san and device manager screen:
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LED888

ADSM.ORG Moderator
#2
Is this the first time that we are configuring the TSM Server to work with the MSL4048?
Or have the TSM Server been working with the MSL4048?
From the screen shots, looks like the os knows about the MSL4048.

-Sias
 

LED888

ADSM.ORG Moderator
#5
Okay.. the MSL4048 is a new connection to the TSM Server.
What device driver are we using? The native device driver or the TSM Device Driver?
I'm suspecting that we are using the native device driver and not the TSM Device Driver.

FYI: ALWAYS confirm if the device is supported by the TSM Server version.
Note: Version 5.5 reached End-Of-Support (EOS) on April 30, 2014,
and reaches End-of-Life (EOL) on April 30, 2017.
IBM Spectrum Protect (formerly Tivoli Storage Manager) Supported Devices for AIX®, HP-UX, Solaris, and Windows®
If the device is not listed, it is not supported.


Good Luck,
Sias
 

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