kp-ux view tape drive contents

Posted on 2011-10-04
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

I've backed up a sybase database to tape using the following scripts:

use master
dump database db1 to 'tape_1_dat160' with init

how can I view this back?

Question by:telliot79
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    load database model   -- or any other database
    from "tape_1_dat160"
    with listonly

    This won't actually load anything but it will show you the Sybase dump(s) on that tape.

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