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Re: Does fedora mt-st-0.7-13.1.i386 rpm work on RHL 9?



On Tue, 2004-12-14 at 13:51 -0800, Tom Haws wrote: 
> Thom Paine wrote:
> 
> >I use Arkeia with my Dell Powervault 120T DAT. It has the library
> >function, and an 8 tape magazine. I find it slow as well, but I guess
> >100G in 12 hours is quick enough for me.
> >
> >http://www.arkeia.com
> >
> >-=/>Thom
> >
> >  
> >
> Thanks for your reply Thom.  Actually, if you're getting 100GB in 12 
> hours on DAT technology, that's not bad.
> 
> However, I have 500GB to back up, and I have overflowed my DLT 
> autoloader capactiy, so I bought the LTO-2 one.  That one *should* get 
> up to 187GB/hr according to the specs (assuming 2:1 compression), with a 
> top end of 1.4TB native (no compression).  I thought I was good to go.
> 
> Instead, I got 30MB in 5 minutes!!  Definitely something wrong there, so 
> I am searching like crazy for a solution.  Had to put it all back 
> together so I could at least get an incremental backup on my DLT drive 
> last night.  I've been looking through lists all day today, because it 
> is a production server, and I can only work on it during a limited 
> window at night....
> 
> *sigh*
> 
> Anybody else out there have any ideas?  Do you know if I do a "mknod -m 
> 666 /dev/st0 c 9 0" with the tape drive hooked up, does it do anything 
> different than if there wasn't one installed?  Like read the status bits 
> on the drive to tell what it's capabilities are?
----
[12/13/2004-22:15:05 ,1,58,0,0,-1,11,18,0,0]
Start Custom Rotation Backup operation (pid 32140) [prev Job ID 57]
[12/13/2004-23:23:26 ,1,58,0,0,206,11,18,0,0]
-   Total Files backed up         :       3179
[12/13/2004-23:23:26 ,1,58,0,0,247,11,18,0,0]
-   Total Files missed            :          0
[12/13/2004-23:23:26 ,1,58,0,0,207,11,18,0,0]
-   Total MB processed            :      10531

LTO 100/200GB (don't know if it's a LTO 1 or 2)
 (13868) Vendor ID = DELL
 (13868) Product ID = PV-110T-LTO1
 (13868) Revision = 1514

10 gigabytes in and an hour and 8 minutes
these source files are via NFS (last night's backup)
I think it was about 17 sessions 
- 12 local (small amounts of date) 
- 5 via NFS

Craig



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