Hi Erwan,
I know you've probably tried most of this.
Checking back on your mail of 5 May,
I see:
/dev/nst0: Input/output error

There is nothing flexbackup can do until that is sorted.
What blocksize does mt status report on a clean boot?
Can you run a simple tar to the drive?

mt -f /dev/st0  status
mt -f /dev/st0  rewind
tar cf /dev/nst0 /etc
mt -f /dev/st0  rewind
tar tf /dev/nst0

Try manually setting the blocksize to the same as what
you're using in the script.

"mt -f /dev/st0 setblk 1024"
and use
$mt_blksize = "1024";


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