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When PresSTORE jobs are active, many files are opened at the same time due to parallel file operations. In general, a number of 10 open files per running backup or archive job is a reasonable value. When too many jobs are running at the same time, the ...
It has been reported to our hotline that in some cases, a newly installed PresSTORE cannot be started and the logfile /usr/local/aw/log/lexxsrv.log shows the following error: lexxsrv (ld.so.1: nsd: fatal: libcrypt_d.so.1: open failed: No such file or di...
On SunOS operating systems, a kernel configuration file holds a list of those SCSI IDs which are supported. All SCSI devices with a differnt ID are ignored by the kernel. This may cause that a jukebox connected to a Sun cannot be found by PresSTORE. ...
In normal operation, a Unix host is not able to rescan for generic SCSI devices excepts at boot time. There is a trick to force a rescan on Solaris: the idea is to remove (or at least attempt to remove) the dynamic generic SCSI driver. On Solaris, e...
As of Solaris 2.8 and later, PresSTORE uses Sun's own sgen driver to access devices other than tapes. This includes all types of media changers (jukeboxes). In order to configure sgen driver, you need to perform those simple steps: Delete current jukeb...