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Questions related to BRU Server v2.0.
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Information for the BRU OFM on Windows.

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document About BRU Server's Architecture
BRU Server uses a true client/server architecture for all operations. It consists of three components as previously described in the installation section – the server, agents, and consoles. Any client system may be accessed by the server system through the agent daemon that is installed...
Not rated 2007-10-24 17:39:32 Views: 17254
document How do I control my tape library with the libctl (tm) command on Mac OS X?
Controlling a Tape Library - libctl A tape library allows you to automate the use of multiple tapes and even multiple tape drives without direct user intervention. Tape libraries are often referred to by the names Library, Autoloader, or Changer, but these all refer to the same basic idea...
rating 2007-10-15 16:34:25 Views: 21788
document How do I control tape devices with tapectl(tm)?
Controlling Tape Drives - tapectl Tape drives control their media in one of two manners - rewinding mode and non-rewinding mode. In rewinding mode, the media is opened, if the media is not at its beginning, it is rewound, the user operation is performed, and the media is rewound to its...
Not rated 2007-10-15 12:52:16 Views: 20959
document How can I test to see if my tape drive/library is operating properly under Mac OS X?
Troubleshooting Your Devices Under Mac OS X If your tape drive or library is not functioning properly, this can cause the BRU interface to report what appear to be odd errors. Since BRU uses OS X's built in SCSI layer for tape and
rating 2007-10-15 12:13:49 Views: 21594
document BRU Server is not writing to my external disk on Mac OS X, why?
Bad BRU Server Stage Mounts There are conditions that can occur under Apple's OS X environment that can cause your BRU Server Stage archives to be written to your server system's root volume instead of the assigned Stage path on a mounted RAID or Firewire drive. The danger here is that it is...
rating 2007-10-03 08:55:28 Views: 22662
document SCSI Compatibility Issues Under Mac OS X
SCSI Compatibility Issues Under Mac OS X TOLIS Group has done testing on a lot of different SCSI cards for Mac OS X systems. From our testing, we have found that ATTO and Acard are the only manufactures that make cards that work under all version of Mac OS X. SCSI HBA's from LSI...
rating 2007-10-03 08:51:00 Views: 18338
document Moving from Retrospect? Information that you need to know before using BRU
Troubleshooting BRU Products on OS X Retrospect® is not BRU-Friendly Option 1: If you are coming from Retrospect® 8, many users have reported success of disabling Retrospect® by renaming the application bundle for Retrospect and then rebooting the Mac OS X system. Option 2:...
rating 2007-10-03 08:39:34 Views: 29744
document What is the difference in a destination and a tape in BRU Server?
Unlike most other backup applications, BRU Server does not use the concept of a single tape. Instead, backups are written to a destination. A destination may consist of one or more assigned tape slots if you are using a tape library, while a standalone tape drive will only have one destination....
rating 2007-07-09 14:37:52 Views: 18082
document BRU Server doesn't remain started or I'm getting a "gdbm fatal: read error" when BRU Server starts. What's causing this?
If you've started the BRU Server Server daemon and found that it only starts for a few seconds, then quits, then you may be suffering from a "gdbm fatal: read error" on your BRU Server system. Causes The causes of this can be any one of the following: You've moved your BRU...
rating 2007-06-26 15:20:03 Views: 18424
document I have two NIC/Ethernet cards in my system, how do I tell BRU Server which one to use?
Setting up BRU Server to use a specific NIC/Ethernet card when there multiple NIC's in a system. This question first requires a bit of explanation of the current network design of BRU Server and a little peek at the things to come. BRU Server version 1.2.0 resolves systems by the Domain Name...
rating 2007-06-13 00:46:51 Views: 18887
document I have a new Fibre-Channel drive/library, but BRU Server is having a hard time using it, why?
If you have an existing Fibre-Channel (FC) environment and you've recently introduced a new tape drive or library to the system you will have numerous problems with communication, backups, and restores with the tape drive. The reason for this is because zoning has not been setup on your FC Switch....
rating 2007-05-11 11:35:55 Views: 19741
document I've setup an email address in my backup job, but I don't get the emails. Why not?
The BRU Server server daemon contains a built in MTA. As such, it doesn’t require that you have an email, or SMTP server running on the BRU Server server system. However, it does need information about how to transmit mail messages that are generated during normal operations. This means that...
rating 2007-04-24 22:05:01 Views: 23844
document Will BRU Server support my "???" hardware?
BRU Server supports a wide range of hardware connected directly to the BRU Server system.  A list can be viewed on the page. If your device is not on this list, please contact for further assistance and to ensure that your device is supported. Ask yourself a the following questions:...
Not rated 2007-04-22 23:54:55 Views: 16658
document What client system platforms are supported by BRU Server?
The platforms is continually being expanded. Contact TOLIS for availability of a particular client system platform that is not listed under "Supported
rating 2007-04-21 23:40:47 Views: 17753
document Does BRU Server provide 64-bit support?
Yes. BRU technology has a long track record of 64-bit support that dates back to 1992. In 1996, BRU began its support of 64-bit filesystems under Linux in preparation for the 64-bit support being added to the ext2
Not rated 2007-04-21 23:39:56 Views: 17025

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