On 08/10/17 06:44, Martin Simmons wrote:
>>>>>> On Wed, 9 Aug 2017 20:51:33 -0400, Phil Stracchino said:
>>
>> On 08/09/17 19:33, Phil Stracchino wrote:
>>> On 08/08/17 20:50, Phil Stracchino wrote:
>>>> ...It wanted the next tape INSTANTLY and gave me zero time to change it.
>>>>  I had the next tape inserted and mounted less than a minute after the
>>>> first tape ejected, but it was too late, the job had already failed.
>>>
>>> Confirmation:  This is happening ONLY on multi-tape-spanning restores.
>>> Multi-tape-spanning backup jobs are waiting perfectly politely for their
>>> next tapes.
>>
>>
>> Related:
>>
>> Can anyone tell me what specific term I can put in my tape storage
>> daemon's Messages resource to suppress the following message?
>>
>>
>> 09-Aug 19:30 babylon5-sd JobId 14465: Warning: mount.c:210 Open of Tape
>> device "LTO-4" (/dev/nst0) Volume "LTO4-FULL-0011" failed:
>> ERR=tape_dev.c:170 Unable to open device "LTO-4" (/dev/nst0):
>> ERR=Input/output error
>> 09-Aug 19:30 babylon5-sd JobId 14465: Warning: mount.c:210 Open of Tape
>> device "LTO-4" (/dev/nst0) Volume "LTO4-FULL-0011" failed:
>> ERR=tape_dev.c:170 Unable to open device "LTO-4" (/dev/nst0):
>> ERR=Input/output error
>> 09-Aug 19:30 babylon5-sd JobId 14465: Warning: mount.c:210 Open of Tape
>> device "LTO-4" (/dev/nst0) Volume "LTO4-FULL-0011" failed:
>> ERR=tape_dev.c:170 Unable to open device "LTO-4" (/dev/nst0):
>> ERR=Input/output error
> 
> You would have to block all warnings, which is not a good idea:
> 
> director = <yourdir> = all, !warning
> 
> Was this latest flood from a backup (rather than a restore)?

Yup.  34MB of them.  Restores poll at the same insanely rapid rate, but
declare mission failure after 10-11 polls.

I'm going to try setting Volume Poll Interval = 1m and see if it is
effective for this purpose.


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