Exabyte 230D Library Driver
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Exabyte 230D Library Driver
We did encounter some difficulties during setup when we accidentally left the unit in local mode.
The D looked like it was online but would not answer SCSI commands from the server or library software. The reset button on the library did not get us out of our predicament.
We used Exabyte's technical support to work through our problem to bring the D online. The technical support was superb, and the technician stayed online with us until the problem was resolved. We easily worked our way down through the control panel settings and solved our small dilemma. Exabyte 230D Library
We used Veritas' formerly Seagate Software Inc. We backed Exabyte 230D Library the entire server using both drives in the D in native mode. Full backup took an hour and 39 minutes for 19,M. The D's expandability and high capacity makes it well suited for larger networks. We also found the unit's management tools to be easy to use and well up to the task. And it takes a different approach to tape backup than the other solutions Exabyte 230D Library tested.
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ATL's unique twist is to back up locally but manage stored data from the Internet. A government agency can send the tape unit to a remote location, have the user Exabyte 230D Library in the unit and connect it directly to the network. From there, the unit can be remotely Exabyte 230D Library up and administered from agency headquarters.
The LANvault is a two-piece tape backup solution. The tape drive housing includes a single DLT tape drive and eight tape storage slots that leaves the unit with one tape each for a seven-day data backup rotation and a single slot for a tape-cleaning cartridge. Cleaning cycles can be administered remotely across the Internet.
The tape drive unit is then connected to a control unit - a computer running Microsoft Corp. However, these peripheral connections Exabyte 230D Library not needed to run the unit. Setup was no problem. We simply plugged in the cables between the library and the control unit and hooked the control unit's Ethernet connection to the network. We placed the bar code labels on the DLT Exabyte 230D Library, slid the tapes into the caddy and slipped the caddy into the front of the tape drive.
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The front of the unit locks electronically to keep unauthorized users Exabyte 230D Library tampering with the drive. To gain access, a small LCD panel and four small control buttons let you navigate through menu options.
The one drawback is that the person plugging the unit into the remote site location will need to be a little technically savvy and possibly need phone support from headquarters. We would have liked to see color-coded or labeled Exabyte 230D Library connections to make setup even easier. Overall, however, plugging the unit in proved to be simple. To complete setup, the administrator then runs the CD-ROM that ships with the library Exabyte 230D Library a remote workstation.
This can be done in-house or across the Internet. One option allows the software to locate the LANvault on the network, and the other option installs the management and backup software.