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Table Of Contents

Technical Support
Introducing device configuration
■ Using this guide
Using this guide
Chapter
General device configuration sequence
Configuration cautions
Use the support Web site
About optical device support in NetBackup 7.0
Read the NetBackup Release Notes
Operating systems
Section
■ Before you begin on AIX
Before you begin on AIX
RS/6000 AIX adapter number conventions
About the SCSI pass-through driver ovpass
Installing the ovpass driver
To install the ovpass driver
Ensuring that the ovpass driver device files are accessible
Upgrading the ovpass driver
Removing the ovpass driver
To remove the ovpass driver
Configuring robotic control device files
Configuring SCSI or FCP robotic controls
Determining if the device file exists
Determining the controller name
Determining the SCSI address
Alternative methods to determine the SCSI ID
Determining IBM library SCSI address
SCSI robotic control configuration examples
Configuring tape drive device files in AIX
Which tape driver to use
About non-QIC tape drives
About extended-file marks for drives
About fast-tape positioning (locate-block) on AIX
Creating no rewind device files for tape drives
Using multiple tape densities
About SPC-2 SCSI reserve on AIX
Disabling SPC-2 SCSI reserve in AIX
To disable SPC-2 SCSI reserve in AIX
AIX command summary
HP-UX
■ Before you begin on HP-UX
Before you begin on HP-UX
About robotic control on HP-UX
About HP-UX device addressing schemes
See “About tape drive device file requirements” on page 51
About tape drive device file requirements
Table 3-1 Tape drive device file requirements
About device drivers and files for persistent DSFs
About device drivers for persistent DSFs
About persistent DSFs for robotic control
About persistent DSFs for tape drive access
About persistent DSF pass-through paths
Configuring persistent DSFs
Creating HP-UX persistent DSFs
Upgrading NetBackup to use HP-UX persistent DSFs
Creating persistent DSF pass-through paths
About HP-UX legacy device drivers and files
About device drivers for legacy device files
About legacy robotic control device files
About legacy tape drive device files
About legacy pass-through paths for tape drives
Configuring legacy device files
See “Creating legacy SCSI and FCP robotic controls on HP-UX” on page 58
Creating legacy SCSI and FCP robotic controls on HP-UX
Example of how to create sctl device files for FCP (Itanium)
Creating legacy tape drive device files
Creating tape drive pass-through device files
About SAN clients on HP-UX
HP-UX command summary
Linux
■ Before you begin on Linux
Before you begin on Linux
About the required Linux SCSI drivers
About st buffer size and performance
About the st driver debug mode
Verifying the Linux drivers
ConfiguringrobotanddrivecontrolfortheLinux2.6 kernel
See “About the Linux 2.6 kernel robotic control device files ” on page 75
See “About the Linux 2.6 kernel tape drive device files” on page 75
About the Linux 2.6 kernel robotic control device files
About the Linux 2.6 kernel tape drive device files
Verifying the device configuration
About SAN clients on Linux
About SCSI persistent bindings
About Emulex HBAs
Utilities to test SCSI devices
Linux command summary
Solaris
■ Before you begin on Solaris
Before you begin on Solaris
About the NetBackup sg driver
Installing the NetBackup sg driver
Uninstalling the sg driver
To uninstall the sg driver
Special configuration for the Sun StorEdge Network Foundation HBA driver
Binding Fibre Channel HBA drivers
Configuring the sg and the st drivers
st.conf file example
sg.conf file example
sg.links file example
Preventing driver unloading
About Solaris robotic controls
See “About SCSI and FCP robotic controls on Solaris” on page 89
About SCSI and FCP robotic controls on Solaris
See “Examples of SCSI and FCP robotic control device files” on page 89
Examples of SCSI and FCP robotic control device files
About Solaris tape drive device files
About Berkeley-style close
About no rewind device files on Solaris
About fast-tape positioning (locate-block) on Solaris
About SPC-2 SCSI reserve on Solaris
Disabling SPC-2 SCSI reserve on Solaris
About nonstandard tape drives
Configuring SAN clients to recognize FT media servers
Solaris command summary
Windows
■ Before you begin on Windows
Before you begin on Windows
About tape device drivers on Windows
Attaching devices to a Windows system
To attach devices to a Windows system
Robotic storage devices
Robot overview
■ About NetBackup robot types
About NetBackup robot types
Robot attributes
ACS robots
TL4 robots
TL8 robots
TLD robots
TLH robots
TLM robots
Table-driven robotics
Robotic test utilities
Robotic processes
Processes by robot type
Robotic process example
ADIC Automated Media Library (AML)
■ About ADIC Automated Media Library
About ADIC Automated Media Library
Sample TLM configuration
Media requests for a TLM robot
Configuring TLM robotic control
Configuring TLM drives on the host
Installing ADIC client software on UNIX
Installing ADIC client software on Windows
Configuring the DAS or Scalar DLC client name
Allocating TLM drives on a DAS server
Allocating TLM drives on a Scalar DLC server
Configuring TLM drives in NetBackup
Determining drive designations
Configuring shared TLM drives
Configuring the ADIC DAS server
Configuring the ADIC Scalar DLC server
Configuring the drives in NetBackup
Providing common access to volumes
Adding tapes to a TLM robot
Removing tapes from a TLM robot
Robot inventory operations on TLM robots
IBM Automated Tape Library (AML)
■ About IBM Automated Tape Library
About IBM Automated Tape Library
Sample TLH configurations
UNIX system example configurations
Windows system example configurations
Media requests for a TLH robot
Configuring robotic control
Robotic control on an AIX system
Robotic control on a UNIX system
Robotic control on a Windows system
Configuring TLH drives
Cleaning drives
Adding tapes to TLH robots
Removing tapes from TLH robots
Robot inventory operations on TLH robots
Robot inventory filtering on TLH robots
Sun StorageTek ACSLS robots
■ About StorageTek ACSLS robots
About StorageTek ACSLS robots
Configuring shared ACS drives
Adding tapes to ACS robots
Removing tapes from ACS robots
Removing tapes using the ACSLS utility
Removing tapes using NetBackup
Robot inventory operations on ACS robots
Robot inventory filtering on ACSs robots
Robotic control, communication, and logging
Windows systems
UNIX systems
Optional environment variables
ACS robotic test utility
Changing your ACS robotic configuration
ACS configurations supported
Multiple ACS robots with one ACS library software host
Multiple ACS robots and ACS library software hosts
Sun StorageTek ACSLS firewall configuration
Device configuration examples
■ A robot on a server example
A robot on a server example
Stand-alone drives on a server example
A robot and multiple servers example
Configuration on the Windows server eel
Configuration on the Windows server shark
Configuration on the UNIX server whale
An ACS robot on a Windows server example
An ACS robot on a UNIX server example
A TLH robot on a UNIX server example
A TLM robot on a UNIX server example
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NetBackup Device Config Guide

NetBackup Device Config Guide

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