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i got an error in my SCO OpenServer 6. the error is:
msgcnt 1 vxfs: mesg 016: vx_ilisterr - / file system error reading inode 373
Can anyone help me? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: AndryMB
2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Hi - I am getting the error
`Error reading response length from authentication socket'
when I ssh from my cluster to another cluster, and then back to my cluster. It doesn't seem to affect anything, but it's just annoying that it always pops up and tends to confuse new users of the cluster. I... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: cpp6f
3. Red Hat
Thanks for any insights you might have...
I have a RH8 system setup with a DAT drive.
I have a AIX tape that was made using cpio.
Bottom line is I need to read the AIX tape into the RH box.
I was able to do cpio -itv --no-absolute-filenames < /dev/st0 and read the table of contents.
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Discussion started by: mike114327
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I have a HP SURESTORE 40 tape drive. Several archives are stored on it using DUMP. I have several volumes stored on the tape...
If I issue restore -rf /dev/st0 will it restore just the arhcive that the tape reader is currently on or will it restore all of them?
Thanks, (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: mojoman
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Does anyone know how to read an LTO tape from this jukebox? (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: dr. phreeze
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I've got a backuptape in cpio format that was accidentally overwritten with a very small batch file. As I assume that the cpio header has been overwritten, I cannot extract files from the backup in the conventional manner:
( cpio -itv </dev/rct0
cpio: this is not a cpio file, bad header)
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Discussion started by: mart4179
I'm attempting to read a tape in a 4mm drive (AIX 4.3) using the following command...
tar tvf /dev/rmt0
...and I keep getting the following error message:
tar: 0511-193 An error occurred while reading from the media.
There is not enough memory available now.
I've googled this error... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: tdpearson
I am experimenting with one of my TSM processes, and I am trying to write something to a 4mm tape.
I tried to use the tctl command, but, I was unsuccessful.
what AiX command can I run in order to see if my output is on the tape ?
Thank You ! (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: DATDANGGADUDE
I am new to unix. We use Travan tapes to backup. The tape drive on two of our machines was working fine till this morning till we used the cleaning tape. We put the cleaning tape on the first machine, it got struck so we have to pull it out. Since then when we do the tar command we are getting... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: krk123
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I am attempting to read tar images from a DLT tape, and have recieved an error, which i don't know:
tar: blocksize = 8
tar: directory checksum error
I have been able to read from other tapes, using the same command (tar -tvf /devicename) but this time i have an... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: colesy