Dell TL2000 Tape Library Unit.

Sid Young Sidney.Young at globalx.com.au
Wed Aug 13 21:07:23 CDT 2008


 

 

G'Day,

 

I have a TL2000 working successfully on Redhat AS4u6 right now... works
very well but the inventory is obtained by using the "status" command,
which through me at first.

 

# mtx -f /dev/sg4 status

 

  Storage Changer /dev/sg4:1 Drives, 24 Slots ( 1 Import/Export )

Data Transfer Element 0:Empty

      Storage Element 1:Empty

      Storage Element 2:Empty

      Storage Element 3:Empty

      Storage Element 4:Empty

      Storage Element 5:Empty

      Storage Element 6:Empty

      Storage Element 7:Empty

      Storage Element 8:Empty

      Storage Element 9:Empty

      Storage Element 10:Empty

      Storage Element 11:Empty

      Storage Element 12:Empty

      Storage Element 13:Empty

      Storage Element 14:Empty

      Storage Element 15:Empty

      Storage Element 16:Empty

      Storage Element 17:Empty

      Storage Element 18:Empty

      Storage Element 19:Empty

      Storage Element 20:Empty

      Storage Element 21:Empty

      Storage Element 22:Empty

      Storage Element 23:Empty

      Storage Element 24 IMPORT/EXPORT:Full

 

 

Sid

 

 

 

 

From: linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com
[mailto:linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com] On Behalf Of Rodrick Brown
Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2008 4:13 AM
To: linux-poweredge at dell.com
Subject: Dell TL2000 Tape Library Unit.

 

Has anyone here successful tested the Dell TL2000 Tape library system
with Redhat or CentOS? 

I'm looking to deploy one of these systems to backup  small data sets on
roughly ~50 servers. 

 

I want to use Bacula or Amanada to control this device and wasn't sure
if it was compatible. 

Thanks in advanced. 

 

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Rodrick R. Brown 

Director, Systems Engineering 

Ballista Securities, LLC

120 Wall St. Suite 2400 

P: 646 307 4709

C: 347 702 0012 

F: 646 219-5872

 

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