Re: [Networker] Jukebox control port using persistent names
Suggestion: nsrjb -II followed by nsrjb -I -S slots that couldn't be
verified just by their barcode.
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On 10/26/2012 01:18 PM, Francis Swasey wrote:
> On Oct 26, 2012, at 2:08 AM, Riku Valli <riku.valli AT UTA DOT FI> wrote:
>> I used persistent names at my Redhat box and 7.6.3 with NMC. You can
>> made jukebox and tape-devices very easily with persistent names. It's
>> that simple and quickly at when my RedHat lost devices and i must
>> recreate them i used NMC for it. Persistent names are mandatory for
>> Linux or you lost devices at every boot.
> In RHEL5, I developed the udev rules that I posted last night because the
> tape drives were moving around. It was RHEL6 that started initializing the
> HBA's in random order and actually caused the issue of the scsi host number
> of the HBA that is attached to the control port of the jukebox changing
> almost every reboot.
> I also stated in my first message that this jukebox was created (via
> jbconfig) back in 2008 and the NetWorker configuration has come along with me
> from RHEL4 and NetWorker 7.3 all the way to RHEL6 and NetWorker 7.6.4 (It's
> also converted from 32-bit to 64-bit OS's in that time). The reason I can't
> just delete the jukebox and create it again through NMC is because of the
> multiple days it would take to run the inventory of the 1400 tapes in the
> I keep trying to get a real test environment with a small jukebox so I can
> experiment with this stuff. However, so far I have not been able to shake
> the necessary money loose. Therefore, I am very thankful for the existence
> of this mailinglist and the help that everyone here is giving to all of us.
> -- Frank