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Old 10-10-2005
Tape eject using nsrjb

We have just got a Sun L8 tape library and I was trying to script a couple of things. One was to eject (export) a tape from the machine. nsrjb seems to have an enormous amount of options but this is one thing I have not been able to do. Anybody ever managed to do it?

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Old 10-10-2005
Look at the man page and search for -w Withdraws (ejects media from the jukebox).
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