You cannot set the CAP mode to automatic in a partitioned library. Solved Go to solution. Single-Media Libraries To mount a scratch cartridge from pool 5 on drive 0,0,10,2: A cartridge was not ejected because the CAP is in use. Displaying the status of a library component. If you enter a command that you cannot use, the following message appears: During switch over, the role field information is not current, and may display as a single dash -.
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ACSLS cannot unlock the volume. Change your current lock ID when you want to remove locks on a drive or cartridge whose lock ID does not match your current lock ID, as follows: The result is a data volume assigned to the pool. The type is the library component type. ACSLS automatically selects the correct type of cartridge for each cleaning operation.
This shows whether this is a volsafe cartridge.
Starting and Monitoring ACSLS
Volume ejected, unreadable label. Unscratching Cartridges Scratch cartridges are automatically reassigned to data cartridge status when they are mounted. Only the current robotic request completes, then the LSM goes offline immediately.
Mount failed, Misplaced tape. ACSLS cannot dismount the cartridge because the cartridge either has no external label, an unreadable external label, or no virtual label. The serial number on the drive tray label licenses service and so on, through StorageTek. The compatible drives are ordered by proximity to the specified cartridge in the following format:. The following examples show output for a library without Redundant Electronics and a library with Redundant Electronics.
Setting or clearing volume scratch attributes. Your current lock ID must either be 0 or it must match the lock ID of the driver or cartridge. All CAPs that satisfy the requirements such as manual, nonzero priority available are unlocked for ejecting cartridges.
Look in the tpautoconf man page, it gives an exact example of how to use the replace drive option. ACSLS cannot change the state of the specified library component because you tried to vary:.
Mount failed, Audit in progress. If the cartridge is not in its recorded home cell, Cartridge Recovery records the cell in which it was found as its new home cell. Displaying the status of media-compatible drives for a specified data cartridge. To manually load cartridges into drives in a disabled LSM: Guidelines and procedures for cleaning drives.
Removing all active or pending locks on a specified drive or cartridge “clear lock” Locking drives and cartridges “lock” Displaying the lock status of a drive or cartridge “query lock” Setting your lock ID “set lock” Removing active locks “unlock”. See “Establishing Ownership of Your Volumes”. The drive stops communicating acsps the library.
Forget NBU, does the total number of drives visible to the OS add up to the correct number of drives you should have. ACSLS cannot change the state of the acslw library component because: To clear all locks on a specified drive or cartridge, set your lock ID to 0, then enter a clear lock command.
You must vary a CAP offline with force to recover it.
The following table lists the components whose resource locks you can clear. For example, you have configured each scratch pool from one physical library as a CommCell library. The same microcode level must be loaded in both LMUs.
Even if you specify the read-only option on a mount command, the drive may write to the cartridge. Notice that you can delete only empty scratch pools; you cannot delete a scratch pool if it contains either data or scratch cartridges.
Switch lmu failed, port is offline.