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Adding robot and drives

Hi All

Im running veritas netbackup 6.5.5, on MWindows 2003 master server.
Ive just added a Quantum PX500 with 2 drives, the problem im facing is that now under the storage unit tab on console all the storage unit types for NDMP have the new robot listed and not the original one. The set up i need is to have the old robot TLD0 listed.
Can anyone help, the robot and drives were added via Configure storage devices Wizard.. The original robot is a ADIC 500 8 drive library.

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robot-pmaptest(1)					      General Commands Manual						 robot-pmaptest(1)

NAME
robot-pmaptest - occupancy grid map creation tool SYNOPSIS
robot-pmaptest [options] <logfilename> DESCRIPTION
robot-pmaptest is utility demonstrates the basic functionality of the pmap library and serves a handy mapping utility in its own right. Given a Player logfile containing odometry and laser data, robot-pmaptest will produce an occupancy grid map of the environment. OPTIONS
-g disable the GUI (run in console mode only). --range_max range maximum effective range for the laser in meter (default: range saved in logfile). --position_index index index of odometry device in logfile (defualt: 0). --laser_index index index of laser device in logfile (default: 0). --num_samples number number of samples in particle filter (default: 200). --resample_interval number number of scans between resampling steps. --resample_sigma width width of resampling gaussian. --num_cycles number number of optimization cycles in the fine phase (default: 100). --robot_x position initial position of the robot on the x-axis. --robot_y position initial position of the robot on the y-axis. --robot_rot rotation initial rotation of the robot in degrees. --grid_width width width of the grid in meters (default: 64.0). --grid_height height height of the grid in meters (default: 48.0). --grid_scale scale scale of the grid in meters per cell (default: 0.10). --laser_x position position of the laser scanner on the robot. --laser_rot rotation rotation of the laser scanner on the robot in degrees. --robot_hostname hostname the hostname of the robot to verify in the logfile. --robot_hostname hostname the hostname of the robot to verify in the logfile. --skip time amount of time to skip between log entries. --range_resresolution resolution of the laser (only used inlodo, not lodo2 which is currentlyused). --action_model_xx factor believe factors in the change of the robot's pose. --action_model_rx factor believe factors in the change of the robot's pose. --action_model_rr factor believe factors in the change of the robot's pose. AUTHOR
Player was written by Brian Gerkey <gerkey@users.sourceforge.net> and contributors. This manual page was written by Daniel Hess for the Debian Project. SEE ALSO
The HTML documentation in /usr/share/doc/player/html of the robot-player-doc package. robot-playervcr(1) Player May 2009 robot-pmaptest(1)

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