mtx variable

Q: I’m tired of typing ‘-f /dev/sgc’ all the time. How do I set a default device that ‘mtx’ looks at? A: Set the CHANGER environment variable. For example, with ‘bash’: export CHANGER=/dev/sgc    

Overwriting or erasing a file LTFS

short: the capacity of a used tape can be increased only by reformatting the tape medium.   This topic describes methods the IBM Spectrum Archive™ uses to modify data as if it were overwritten or erased. LTFS does not overwrite data recorded on a tape medium, even if a file in the tape medium appearsSeguir leyendo

ltfs oracle

Create ltfs tape /opt/SUNWltfs/bin/mkltfs -d /dev/rmt/2 -e ltotape Mount ltfs # mkdir /mnt/lfts #/opt/SUNWltfs/bin/ltfs -o devname=/dev/rmt/2 -o tape_backend=ltotape /mnt/ltfs Edit files, then unmount the file system when done. # umount /ltfs OR Daemonize ltfs: /opt/SUNWltfs/bin/ltfs -o devname=/dev/rmt/2 -o tape_backend=ltotape /mnt/ltfs -o daemonize -o logfile=/log Edit files, then unmount the file system when done. # umountSeguir leyendo

Linux Tape Backup With mt And tar Command Howto

source:   Magnetic tape is a non-volatile storage medium consisting of a magnetic coating on a thin plastic strip. Nearly all recording tape is of this type, whether used for video, audio storage or general purpose digital data storage using a computer. How do I make backup using tapes under Linux operating systems? LinuxSeguir leyendo

Configuring Storage Hosts Tape and Devices SL150

3 Configuring Storage Hosts and Devices Carry out the storage configuration tasks outlined in this chapter before proceeding further with SAM-QFS installation and configuration. The chapter outlines the following topics: Configuring Primary Storage Configuring Archival Storage Configuring Storage for High-Availability File Systems Configuring Primary Storage In a SAM-QFS file system, primary disk or solid-state diskSeguir leyendo

Project: LTFS       ================================================================================ Oracle’s StorageTek Linear Tape File System (LTFS), Open Edition – Version 1.2.6 ================================================================================ Files in this download contain Licensed Materials, property of Oracle, Copyright (C) 2011-2015 Oracle America, Inc. Files in this download also contain Licensed Materials, property of HP, (C) Copyright 2010-2012 Hewlett Packard Development Company, L.P. FilesSeguir leyendo

screenFetch – The Bash Screenshot Information Tool   screenFetch is a “Bash Screenshot Information Tool”. This handy Bash script can be used to generate one of those nifty terminal theme information + ASCII distribution logos you see in everyone’s screenshots nowadays. It will auto-detect your distribution and display an ASCII version of that distribution’s logo and some valuable information to theSeguir leyendo