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RDX tape drives, by HP (tandenberg)
did you reload all that HP software and drivers fresh?
did you try fresh tape.
i replace the tape drive, (new , used, NOS , from whom, ebay)
i bet the tape drive, logs errors, if you look,
the driver software will log that, and you can see why the tape
failed, my guess, damage to the tape, end to end.
try fresh new tape, NEW in a box, not used.
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provides a UNIX-like interface. Several Linux distributions including Ubuntu,
Debian, Fedora, Pacman, RPM, Gentoo and Slackware. Linux is used in games
consoles, mobile phones, netbooks and computers and mainframes and
supercomputers. The Linux system can be through a Command Line Interface (CLI)
or a graphical user interface (GUI) control. When you save data on your hard
disk, a tape on Linux a few steps required to configure. <br />
<p>1. Open a terminal in Linux, and enter this code to data on
multiple tapes: <br />
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<p>Tar clpMzvf / dev/st0 / home. " <br />
<p>2. Enter this code to the backups to compare: <br />
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<p>Tar dlpMzvf / dev/st0 / home. " <br />
<p>3. Restoring all backups missing hard disk with this code: <br />
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<p>Tar xlpMzvf / dev/st0 / home. " <br />
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<p>Now you have a tape backup done on Linux. <br />
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$ ./configure $ make $ make install
Without Using The Extraction Method Open to the terminal Run the following: $ tar xvzf package.tar.gz (or tar xvjf package.tar.bz2) $ cd package $ ./configure $ make $ make install
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LINUX X64 AND X86 BINARY INSTALLATION 1.Download the package 2.Open to the terminal 3.Use the cd command to change to the directory containing the package
FOR X86 PACKAGES......... $ chmod +x filename-ver.*-linux-i686.run $ sudo ./filename-ver.*-linux-i686.runFOR X64 PACKAGES........
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Sounds like your tape drive or possibly the tape you are using is faulty.
check the following:
#1 - use a different tape
#2 - check that the read-only is not enabled on the tape(s)
#3 - run diagnostics on the drive (if it's come with software for diagnostics).
#4 - return it to the supplier to test and replace if under warranty.
I think this sounds like the drive is having a issue loading and moving the tape in slot 1.
AIT units are known for having this kind of problem.
Try a cleaning tape and then a new tape fresh out the wrapper for a test backup.
if it fails with a known good tape then its time to send it out for repair