Hi list and niall 

Can you run a simple tar to the drive?

mt -f /dev/st0  status

- I've already answered 

mt -f /dev/st0  rewind

Nothing too

[EMAIL PROTECTED] flextest]# tar cf /dev/nst0 /etc
tar: Retrait de l'en-tĂȘte `/' des noms des membres

mt -f /dev/st0  rewind
Take time but ok

tar tf /dev/nst0
Ok it show me all the tar that I've done.

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

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

I've done it and do a 
Flexbackup-test-tape-drive but it's not better.

Thanks for all



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