First of all do you have IBM support? If so, 1-800-IBM-SERV tell them
One option: If the server totally does not start up, and you know 100%
surly, you have a valid database backup....
Reinstall the TSM server and drivers, start the server with the default
values, recreate your database volumes, define your library and drives,
and the try a restore from a volume that is detected in the
On Wed, 2007-04-04 at 16:05 -0300, TSM User wrote:
> It is not a subject of drive, because the tape does not reach to read it…
> Also I test it with another tape drive…
> The error gives it when format and not always in in he himself place
> In the registry of events is haciendor, is nothing
> On 4/4/07, Richard Sims <rbs AT bu DOT edu> wrote:
> > On Apr 4, 2007, at 2:20 PM, TSM User wrote:
> > > ANR8337I LTO volume TAPE05 mounted in drive DRV01 (mt126.96.36.199).
> > > Entering exception handler.
> > > Leaving exception handler.
> > Ugh. That doesn't leave you much to go on.
> > Obviously, review any dsmserv.err file which is ostensibly written to
> > your TSM server directory in a server failure. Also review your
> > Windows Event Log for device problems: exception handling should
> > result in some evidence. Also assure that you're using an
> > appropriate tape device driver, particularly if the failure occurred
> > as soon as tape reading was attempted.
> > Richard Sims