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Hello.

I am having a problem using Veritas Backup Exec 9.0.

I am trying to restore a backup that is using 2 magnetic tapes DLT/40.

When I insert the tape #1, Backup Exec can get the catalog tape information. After Backup Exec reads the tape #2, it says Sucess, but
I am not accessing the data stored in this tape.

The logfile show that follow has the this contents:

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Backup of "F: Files"
Backup set #2 on storage media #1
Backup set description: "Backup Mensal TVC"
The media for sequence number 2 in this media family has not been inventoried.
No sets on this media may be cataloged.
The media operation was terminated.
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Could anybody help me, please?

Thanks a lot.

Marcelo
São Paulo - Brasil
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Try re-cataloging the tape as per http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/190820.htm The data is probably still on the tape but isn't cataloged in the database.
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Thanks very much, It's was very kind of you.

Rodivaldo Marcelo
São Paulo - Brazil
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