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HPUX 10.20 fbackup problem

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On my HP9000 s810 I have a strange backup problem.

I can't fbackup to my Quantum dtl4000 tape while I CAN tar, cpio and also frestore from older tapes.

HPUX version 10.20

errors: 1010, 3038, 3027

pls advice ....

TIA
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Check to see if you have patch PHKL_22854 on your system.  If you don't have that patch, you should be able to download it from software.hp.com

If you are receiving the following error:

DLT 3125 ERROR: write problem

You will need to change the dip switches on the DLT 4000 to the following:

SW1=Don't care
SW2=Off
SW3=On
SW4=On
SW5=On
SW6=Off
SW7=Off

Reboot your system for the changes to be implemented.

Good Luck
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Thanks! Where did you find this??
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