ARCSERVE TAPE DRIVE DRIVER
Media that is designated as not inventoried can remain in its slot until you need it. Assigning a drive to a library lets the Tape Engine detect the presence of the drive in the library. Disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 Agree strongly Submit rating and optional comments about this page. This section describes how to configure a library when Arcserve Backup does not automatically detect and configure the library, or you want reconfigure a library. Allows the scheduling of tape library cleaning, provided the library supports this feature Single-step library group spanning:
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For multiple drive libraries, the Tape Engine uses all of the drives srcserve the initialization process. This option is already installed with your ARCserve Windows base product A license key will activate this feature.
This feature of the tape library option provides continous operation with a defective drive. Allows a changer with more than 1, slots to be displayed in a list in the right panel instead of in the tree of devices System Requirements: If the Tape Engine is running, you are prompted to stop the engine. This option lets Arcserve Backup initialize faster by bypassing the inventory slots process when the Tape Engine starts. If you added, removed, moved, or swapped media, you should manually inventory the entire library or inventory the slots that changed.
Configure Libraries Using Device Configuration
This option is designed for libraries that cannot read bar codes. The quick initialization option takes affect after you complete the first full inventory of the library.
It supports and provides advanced device and media management for multiple drive libraries. If you are assigning drice manually, the drives inside multiple drive libraries must be assigned in the order that the library detects them.
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Be aware that this is not always the case. Insert new blank media into a tape library and continue the backup and recovery operation without interruption because BrightStor ARCserve Backup inventories the new media for you Fault-tolerant operations: Assigning a drive to a library lets the Tape Engine detect the presence of the drive in the library.
When you reconfigure a library using Device Configuration, all previous option values will be cleared. With this option enabled, Arcserve Backup retains information about the library’s slots in the Arcserve Backup database.
When you use this option, Arcserve Backup assumes that the media in the slot have not been added, removed, moved, or swapped since the last shutdown. In addition, if you do not enable the ejection of media after a backup job completes and later decide that you want to eject media after a particular job, you can enable the global option for jobs called Eject Media.
To use media that is designated as “Not Inventoried,” you must inventory the media using the Manual Inventory option from the Device Manager window. You can override this option on a job-by-job basis by enabling the global option for jobs called Do not Eject Media. Disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 Agree strongly Submit rating and optional comments about this page.
This enables the Tape Engine to continue tooperate using the remaining non-defective drives in the tape library.
If the library does not support bar codes and this option is disabled, Arcserve Backup inventories the entire library when Arcserve Backup starts. As a result, Arcserve Backup does not repeat the inventory process when the Tape Engine is restarted. Arcserve Backup ignores this option on libraries that contain a bar code reader. Arcserve Backup must inventory the library after you configure the library. The number of libraries that can be installed at one computer is limited only by the computer’s available resources and system performance.
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This option lets Arcserve Backup initialize faster by designating media with a bar code that is not recorded in the Arcserve Backup database as “Not Inventoried. If a drive in a multiple drive library becomes defective, it can be marked as offline.
After you start or stop and restart the Tape Engine, Arcserve Backup automatically detects and arczerve your libraries with a default set of options. Scheduled automated library cleaning procedures: Scheduling features include extended virtual library support. This section describes how to configure a library when Arcserve Backup does not automatically detect and configure the library, or you want reconfigure a library.
The engine must be stopped to configure a library device. Media that is designated as not inventoried can remain in its slot until you need it.