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document Backup the BRU PE Environment
Backup the BRU PE Environment Like other TOLIS Group products, backing up the backup applications environment
rating 2009-03-03 12:28:26 Views: 19780
document Disable/Enable Hardware Compression When Using BRU
We get the question of tape drive hardware compression disabling a lot, but it's answered by understanding the way that tape drives work. All current tape drive vendors use some version or another of an adaptive compression algorithm.   What this means is that the data stream coming...
rating 2008-11-18 16:31:21 Views: 17502
document How to automatically disable Time Machine during a BRU Server backup.
Disable the autobackup of Time Machine during a BRU Server backup. If you use Time Machine in conjunction with BRU Server on Mac OS X then it is a good idea to turn off Time Machine for the duration of the BRU Server backup.  This process can either be automated or performed manually. ...
rating 2008-04-24 17:14:29 Views: 16162
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: 20028
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: 19229
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: 19927
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: 16707
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: 27833
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: 18106



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