08-22-2004 07:41 PM
No tape devices are available in device manager.
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08-22-2004 09:54 PM
08-22-2004 10:00 PM
08-23-2004 03:47 AM
You will get to your drives address if you expand the library and the drives entry. right click the drive and choose properties as before. You can change the address in the drive tab.
08-23-2004 07:42 AM
08-23-2004 06:36 PM
08-23-2004 09:19 PM
Power down the server, power down the library, power up the library, power up the server. If still nothing, then I suggest you log a support call with whomever you have hardware support for your storage solution.
08-23-2004 10:17 PM
11-18-2004 07:46 PM
12-10-2013 11:42 PM
I am having exact problem. The restart server and library did not work for me. My devbra -dev shows nothing. Also when I check from the devices and media, in the control tab, SCSI address of the library robotic, it says "no devices found error 12:1406" and the option "Automatically discover changed SCSI Address" is NOT checked. Do I need to select this and if so, how to activate it or make the cell manager read the updated SCSI Address? (see image attached)
12-11-2013 07:03 AM
The key is in this statement:
"My devbra -dev shows nothing ".
Whenever you access a media device for any reason, the 'devbra -dev' is always done first.
Make sure that your OS is seeing the devices by going into the Device Manager on the System that is controlling to robotics and/or drives. Are you seeing "Media Changer"? Are you seeing Drives? If you expand either one, is it saying 'Unknown'?
If not, you should probably reboot the tape library, then, reboot the Media Agent that controls the Robotocs and/or the drives, and check the Device Manager again. If nothing has changed, check for a problem with the physical connection to the tape library, like an in-plugged cable, or a problem with the SCSI terminator
If the Device Manager looks OK, make sure that you are up to date with drivers for the Media Changer and Drives. You may also want to try disabling the drivers (DP will take it either way) by right-clicking on the device, and picking Disable, and run the 'devbra -dev again
12-11-2013 04:35 PM
Thank you very much for your response. I attached the screenshot of the device manager.
Am I missing something?