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  1. BE cancels after ~10 GB backup

    Hi,

    we use BE 9.1 1158.7 on NW65SP5 on our server
    (HP Proliant ML350 G3).

    While backing up 3 partitions (~21GB) on our new storage
    device (HP-Ultrium960), BE hangs up after round about
    10 GB with the following error message:
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    "Error on HA:1 ID:3 LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV.
    A hardware error has been detected during this operation. This
    media should not be used for any additional backup operations.
    Data written to this media prior to the error may still be
    restored.
    Possible corrective actions for this error are:
    1.) Use a different media
    2.) Check the SCSI cabling.
    Vendor: HP
    Product: ULTRIUM960 DRV
    ID:
    Firmware: G54D
    Function: Write(5)
    Error: A hardware failure has occurred on drive HA:1 ID:3
    LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV. Please consult the job log for
    details.(10)
    Sense Data:
    70 00 04 00 - 00 00 01 10 - 00 00 00 00 - be 08 00 00
    34 08 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00"
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    I inserted a new tape but the same error raised again.

    I can't believe that there exits a SCSI problem because
    BE can backup 10 GB and then it cancels. If it would be
    a SCSI problem, BE won't start - I think.

    ------------------------------------------------------------
    Our configuration:
    0x00 [V024-A0] Legacy FLOPPY Controller [slot 0]
    0x01 [V024-A0-D1:0] Legacy Floppy
    0x02 [V100-A100] USB OHCI Controller [slot 0]
    0x03 [V321-A1] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI [slot
    10004]
    0x04 [V321-A2] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI [slot
    10005]
    0x05 [V025-A3] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module [slot 0]
    0x23 [V025-A3-D0:0] COMPAQ CD-ROM LTN486S f/w:YQSK
    0x06 [V504-A4] HP Unified RAID Driver [slot 1]
    0x09 [V504-A4-D0:0] HP Smart Array 641 Slot 1 ID 0 LUN 0
    0x07 [V358-A5] LSI_53C1030:00401 [slot 401]
    0x26 [V358-A5-D6:1] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    0x24 [V358-A5-D3:0] HP ULTRIUM 3-SCSI G54D
    0x25 [V358-A5-D6:0] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    0x08 [V358-A6] LSI_53C1030:00402 [slot 402]

    startup.ncf:
    SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED = OFF
    LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
    ######## End PSM Drivers ########
    LOAD CPQSHD.CDM
    LOAD IDECD.CDM
    LOAD NWTAPE.CDM
    ######## End CDM Drivers ########
    LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10004
    LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10005
    LOAD IDEATA.HAM SLOT=10010
    LOAD CPQRAID.HAM SLOT=1
    LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=401
    LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=402
    ######## End HAM Drivers ########
    Load Keyb Germany
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    If i make a backup with our old storage device
    (=Sony TSL-11000) then everything is ok.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
    Bernhard

  2. Re: BE cancels after ~10 GB backup

    Chris schrieb:
    > Bernhard Muehlbauer wrote:
    >
    >> Hi,
    >>
    >> we use BE 9.1 1158.7 on NW65SP5 on our server
    >> (HP Proliant ML350 G3).
    >>
    >> While backing up 3 partitions (~21GB) on our new storage
    >> device (HP-Ultrium960), BE hangs up after round about
    >> 10 GB with the following error message:
    >> ------------------------------------------------------------
    >> "Error on HA:1 ID:3 LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV.
    >> A hardware error has been detected during this operation. This
    >> media should not be used for any additional backup operations.
    >> Data written to this media prior to the error may still be
    >> restored.
    >> Possible corrective actions for this error are:
    >> 1.) Use a different media
    >> 2.) Check the SCSI cabling.
    >> Vendor: HP
    >> Product: ULTRIUM960 DRV
    >> ID:
    >> Firmware: G54D
    >> Function: Write(5)
    >> Error: A hardware failure has occurred on drive HA:1 ID:3
    >> LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV. Please consult the job log for
    >> details.(10)
    >> Sense Data:
    >> 70 00 04 00 - 00 00 01 10 - 00 00 00 00 - be 08 00 00
    >> 34 08 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00"
    >> ------------------------------------------------------------
    >> I inserted a new tape but the same error raised again.
    >>
    >> I can't believe that there exits a SCSI problem because
    >> BE can backup 10 GB and then it cancels. If it would be
    >> a SCSI problem, BE won't start - I think.
    >>
    >> ------------------------------------------------------------
    >> Our configuration:
    >> 0x00 [V024-A0] Legacy FLOPPY Controller [slot 0]
    >> 0x01 [V024-A0-D1:0] Legacy Floppy
    >> 0x02 [V100-A100] USB OHCI Controller [slot 0]
    >> 0x03 [V321-A1] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI
    >> [slot 10004] 0x04 [V321-A2] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide
    >> Ultra3 SCSI [slot 10005] 0x05 [V025-A3] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter
    >> Module [slot 0] 0x23 [V025-A3-D0:0] COMPAQ CD-ROM LTN486S f/w:YQSK
    >> 0x06 [V504-A4] HP Unified RAID Driver [slot 1]
    >> 0x09 [V504-A4-D0:0] HP Smart Array 641 Slot 1 ID 0 LUN 0
    >> 0x07 [V358-A5] LSI_53C1030:00401 [slot 401]
    >> 0x26 [V358-A5-D6:1] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    >> 0x24 [V358-A5-D3:0] HP ULTRIUM 3-SCSI G54D
    >> 0x25 [V358-A5-D6:0] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    >> 0x08 [V358-A6] LSI_53C1030:00402 [slot 402]
    >>
    >> startup.ncf:
    >> SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED = OFF
    >> LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
    >> ######## End PSM Drivers ########
    >> LOAD CPQSHD.CDM
    >> LOAD IDECD.CDM
    >> LOAD NWTAPE.CDM
    >> ######## End CDM Drivers ########
    >> LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10004
    >> LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10005
    >> LOAD IDEATA.HAM SLOT=10010
    >> LOAD CPQRAID.HAM SLOT=1
    >> LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=401
    >> LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=402
    >> ######## End HAM Drivers ########
    >> Load Keyb Germany
    >> ------------------------------------------------------------
    >>
    >> If i make a backup with our old storage device
    >> (=Sony TSL-11000) then everything is ok.
    >>
    >> Any ideas?

    >
    > I suspect the problem is the LSI controller you are using. These are
    > known to cause problems and are not generally recommended when using
    > with Backup Exec for NetWare. You can try updating the driver:
    >
    > http://support.veritas.com/docs/278402

    I have already installed the 4.01g driver.

    Your suggested driver is older (4.01).
    Is it possible, that the older driver works better
    than the newer one?



  3. Re: BE cancels after ~10 GB backup

    Bernhard Muehlbauer wrote:

    > Hi,
    >
    > we use BE 9.1 1158.7 on NW65SP5 on our server
    > (HP Proliant ML350 G3).
    >
    > While backing up 3 partitions (~21GB) on our new storage
    > device (HP-Ultrium960), BE hangs up after round about
    > 10 GB with the following error message:
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > "Error on HA:1 ID:3 LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV.
    > A hardware error has been detected during this operation. This
    > media should not be used for any additional backup operations.
    > Data written to this media prior to the error may still be
    > restored.
    > Possible corrective actions for this error are:
    > 1.) Use a different media
    > 2.) Check the SCSI cabling.
    > Vendor: HP
    > Product: ULTRIUM960 DRV
    > ID:
    > Firmware: G54D
    > Function: Write(5)
    > Error: A hardware failure has occurred on drive HA:1 ID:3
    > LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV. Please consult the job log for
    > details.(10)
    > Sense Data:
    > 70 00 04 00 - 00 00 01 10 - 00 00 00 00 - be 08 00 00
    > 34 08 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00"
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > I inserted a new tape but the same error raised again.
    >
    > I can't believe that there exits a SCSI problem because
    > BE can backup 10 GB and then it cancels. If it would be
    > a SCSI problem, BE won't start - I think.
    >
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > Our configuration:
    > 0x00 [V024-A0] Legacy FLOPPY Controller [slot 0]
    > 0x01 [V024-A0-D1:0] Legacy Floppy
    > 0x02 [V100-A100] USB OHCI Controller [slot 0]
    > 0x03 [V321-A1] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI
    > [slot 10004] 0x04 [V321-A2] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide
    > Ultra3 SCSI [slot 10005] 0x05 [V025-A3] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter
    > Module [slot 0] 0x23 [V025-A3-D0:0] COMPAQ CD-ROM LTN486S f/w:YQSK
    > 0x06 [V504-A4] HP Unified RAID Driver [slot 1]
    > 0x09 [V504-A4-D0:0] HP Smart Array 641 Slot 1 ID 0 LUN 0
    > 0x07 [V358-A5] LSI_53C1030:00401 [slot 401]
    > 0x26 [V358-A5-D6:1] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    > 0x24 [V358-A5-D3:0] HP ULTRIUM 3-SCSI G54D
    > 0x25 [V358-A5-D6:0] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    > 0x08 [V358-A6] LSI_53C1030:00402 [slot 402]
    >
    > startup.ncf:
    > SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED = OFF
    > LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
    > ######## End PSM Drivers ########
    > LOAD CPQSHD.CDM
    > LOAD IDECD.CDM
    > LOAD NWTAPE.CDM
    > ######## End CDM Drivers ########
    > LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10004
    > LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10005
    > LOAD IDEATA.HAM SLOT=10010
    > LOAD CPQRAID.HAM SLOT=1
    > LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=401
    > LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=402
    > ######## End HAM Drivers ########
    > Load Keyb Germany
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    > If i make a backup with our old storage device
    > (=Sony TSL-11000) then everything is ok.
    >
    > Any ideas?


    I suspect the problem is the LSI controller you are using. These are
    known to cause problems and are not generally recommended when using
    with Backup Exec for NetWare. You can try updating the driver:

    http://support.veritas.com/docs/278402

    If that does not help I would recommend that you replace the card with
    an Adaptec based controller.

    Hope that helps.

    Chris


  4. Re: BE cancels after ~10 GB backup

    Bernhard Muehlbauer wrote:

    > Chris schrieb:
    > > Bernhard Muehlbauer wrote:
    > >
    > > > Hi,
    > > >
    > > > we use BE 9.1 1158.7 on NW65SP5 on our server
    > > > (HP Proliant ML350 G3).
    > > >
    > > > While backing up 3 partitions (~21GB) on our new storage
    > > > device (HP-Ultrium960), BE hangs up after round about
    > > > 10 GB with the following error message:
    > > > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > > > "Error on HA:1 ID:3 LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV.
    > > > A hardware error has been detected during this operation. This
    > > > media should not be used for any additional backup operations.
    > > > Data written to this media prior to the error may still be
    > > > restored.
    > > > Possible corrective actions for this error are:
    > > > 1.) Use a different media
    > > > 2.) Check the SCSI cabling.
    > > > Vendor: HP
    > > > Product: ULTRIUM960 DRV
    > > > ID:
    > > > Firmware: G54D
    > > > Function: Write(5)
    > > > Error: A hardware failure has occurred on drive HA:1 ID:3
    > > > LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV. Please consult the job log for
    > > > details.(10)
    > > > Sense Data:
    > > > 70 00 04 00 - 00 00 01 10 - 00 00 00 00 - be 08 00 00
    > > > 34 08 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00"
    > > > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > > > I inserted a new tape but the same error raised again.
    > > >
    > > > I can't believe that there exits a SCSI problem because
    > > > BE can backup 10 GB and then it cancels. If it would be
    > > > a SCSI problem, BE won't start - I think.
    > > >
    > > > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > > > Our configuration:
    > > > 0x00 [V024-A0] Legacy FLOPPY Controller [slot 0]
    > >> 0x01 [V024-A0-D1:0] Legacy Floppy
    > > > 0x02 [V100-A100] USB OHCI Controller [slot 0]
    > > > 0x03 [V321-A1] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI
    > > > [slot 10004] 0x04 [V321-A2] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide
    > > > Ultra3 SCSI [slot 10005] 0x05 [V025-A3] Novell ATA/IDE Host
    > > > Adapter Module [slot 0] 0x23 [V025-A3-D0:0] COMPAQ CD-ROM
    > > > LTN486S f/w:YQSK 0x06 [V504-A4] HP Unified RAID Driver [slot 1]
    > >> 0x09 [V504-A4-D0:0] HP Smart Array 641 Slot 1 ID 0 LUN 0
    > > > 0x07 [V358-A5] LSI_53C1030:00401 [slot 401]
    > >> 0x26 [V358-A5-D6:1] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    > >> 0x24 [V358-A5-D3:0] HP ULTRIUM 3-SCSI G54D
    > >> 0x25 [V358-A5-D6:0] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    > > > 0x08 [V358-A6] LSI_53C1030:00402 [slot 402]
    > > >
    > > > startup.ncf:
    > > > SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED = OFF
    > > > LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
    > > > ######## End PSM Drivers ########
    > > > LOAD CPQSHD.CDM
    > > > LOAD IDECD.CDM
    > > > LOAD NWTAPE.CDM
    > > > ######## End CDM Drivers ########
    > > > LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10004
    > > > LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10005
    > > > LOAD IDEATA.HAM SLOT=10010
    > > > LOAD CPQRAID.HAM SLOT=1
    > > > LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=401
    > > > LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=402
    > > > ######## End HAM Drivers ########
    > > > Load Keyb Germany
    > > > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > > >
    > > > If i make a backup with our old storage device
    > > > (=Sony TSL-11000) then everything is ok.
    > > >
    > > > Any ideas?

    > >
    > > I suspect the problem is the LSI controller you are using. These are
    > > known to cause problems and are not generally recommended when using
    > > with Backup Exec for NetWare. You can try updating the driver:
    > >
    > > http://support.veritas.com/docs/278402

    > I have already installed the 4.01g driver.
    >
    > Your suggested driver is older (4.01).
    > Is it possible, that the older driver works better
    > than the newer one?


    No, I doubt it. A newer driver has obviously been released since that
    TechNote was last updated.


  5. SOLUTION found: Re: BE cancels after ~10 GB backup

    Hi,

    we solved the problem.

    1.First of all we changed the SCSI-Controller.
    The LSI-Controller with the chipset LSI_53C1030
    didn't work correct.
    We inserted a Adaptec SCSI-Controller (29320ALP)

    2.Then we altered the startup.ncf
    - remarked " # nwtape.cdm"
    - first loaded: "LOAD CPQRAID.HAM SLOT=1"
    - then loaded: "LOAD ADPU320.HAM SLOT=4 /LUN"
    The "/LUN"-switch was very important.
    Without this switch BE didn't start.

    Regards
    Bernhard



    Chris schrieb:
    > Bernhard Muehlbauer wrote:
    >
    >> Chris schrieb:
    >>> Bernhard Muehlbauer wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Hi,
    >>>>
    >>>> we use BE 9.1 1158.7 on NW65SP5 on our server
    >>>> (HP Proliant ML350 G3).
    >>>>
    >>>> While backing up 3 partitions (~21GB) on our new storage
    >>>> device (HP-Ultrium960), BE hangs up after round about
    >>>> 10 GB with the following error message:
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------
    >>>> "Error on HA:1 ID:3 LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV.
    >>>> A hardware error has been detected during this operation. This
    >>>> media should not be used for any additional backup operations.
    >>>> Data written to this media prior to the error may still be
    >>>> restored.
    >>>> Possible corrective actions for this error are:
    >>>> 1.) Use a different media
    >>>> 2.) Check the SCSI cabling.
    >>>> Vendor: HP
    >>>> Product: ULTRIUM960 DRV
    >>>> ID:
    >>>> Firmware: G54D
    >>>> Function: Write(5)
    >>>> Error: A hardware failure has occurred on drive HA:1 ID:3
    >>>> LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV. Please consult the job log for
    >>>> details.(10)
    >>>> Sense Data:
    >>>> 70 00 04 00 - 00 00 01 10 - 00 00 00 00 - be 08 00 00
    >>>> 34 08 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00"
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------
    >>>> I inserted a new tape but the same error raised again.
    >>>>
    >>>> I can't believe that there exits a SCSI problem because
    >>>> BE can backup 10 GB and then it cancels. If it would be
    >>>> a SCSI problem, BE won't start - I think.
    >>>>
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------
    >>>> Our configuration:
    >>>> 0x00 [V024-A0] Legacy FLOPPY Controller [slot 0]
    >>>> 0x01 [V024-A0-D1:0] Legacy Floppy
    >>>> 0x02 [V100-A100] USB OHCI Controller [slot 0]
    >>>> 0x03 [V321-A1] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI
    >>>> [slot 10004] 0x04 [V321-A2] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide
    >>>> Ultra3 SCSI [slot 10005] 0x05 [V025-A3] Novell ATA/IDE Host
    >>>> Adapter Module [slot 0] 0x23 [V025-A3-D0:0] COMPAQ CD-ROM
    >>>> LTN486S f/w:YQSK 0x06 [V504-A4] HP Unified RAID Driver [slot 1]
    >>>> 0x09 [V504-A4-D0:0] HP Smart Array 641 Slot 1 ID 0 LUN 0
    >>>> 0x07 [V358-A5] LSI_53C1030:00401 [slot 401]
    >>>> 0x26 [V358-A5-D6:1] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    >>>> 0x24 [V358-A5-D3:0] HP ULTRIUM 3-SCSI G54D
    >>>> 0x25 [V358-A5-D6:0] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    >>>> 0x08 [V358-A6] LSI_53C1030:00402 [slot 402]
    >>>>
    >>>> startup.ncf:
    >>>> SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED = OFF
    >>>> LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
    >>>> ######## End PSM Drivers ########
    >>>> LOAD CPQSHD.CDM
    >>>> LOAD IDECD.CDM
    >>>> LOAD NWTAPE.CDM
    >>>> ######## End CDM Drivers ########
    >>>> LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10004
    >>>> LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10005
    >>>> LOAD IDEATA.HAM SLOT=10010
    >>>> LOAD CPQRAID.HAM SLOT=1
    >>>> LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=401
    >>>> LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=402
    >>>> ######## End HAM Drivers ########
    >>>> Load Keyb Germany
    >>>> ------------------------------------------------------------
    >>>>
    >>>> If i make a backup with our old storage device
    >>>> (=Sony TSL-11000) then everything is ok.
    >>>>
    >>>> Any ideas?
    >>> I suspect the problem is the LSI controller you are using. These are
    >>> known to cause problems and are not generally recommended when using
    >>> with Backup Exec for NetWare. You can try updating the driver:
    >>>
    >>> http://support.veritas.com/docs/278402

    >> I have already installed the 4.01g driver.
    >>
    >> Your suggested driver is older (4.01).
    >> Is it possible, that the older driver works better
    >> than the newer one?

    >
    > No, I doubt it. A newer driver has obviously been released since that
    > TechNote was last updated.
    >


  6. Re: BE cancels after ~10 GB backup


    "Chris" wrote:
    >Bernhard Muehlbauer wrote:
    >
    >> Chris schrieb:
    >> > Bernhard Muehlbauer wrote:
    >> >
    >> > > Hi,
    >> > >
    >> > > we use BE 9.1 1158.7 on NW65SP5 on our server
    >> > > (HP Proliant ML350 G3).
    >> > >
    >> > > While backing up 3 partitions (~21GB) on our new storage
    >> > > device (HP-Ultrium960), BE hangs up after round about
    >> > > 10 GB with the following error message:
    >> > > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >> > > "Error on HA:1 ID:3 LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV.
    >> > > A hardware error has been detected during this operation. This
    >> > > media should not be used for any additional backup operations.
    >> > > Data written to this media prior to the error may still be
    >> > > restored.
    >> > > Possible corrective actions for this error are:
    >> > > 1.) Use a different media
    >> > > 2.) Check the SCSI cabling.
    >> > > Vendor: HP
    >> > > Product: ULTRIUM960 DRV
    >> > > ID:
    >> > > Firmware: G54D
    >> > > Function: Write(5)
    >> > > Error: A hardware failure has occurred on drive HA:1 ID:3
    >> > > LUN:0 HP ULTRIUM960 DRV. Please consult the job log for
    >> > > details.(10)
    >> > > Sense Data:
    >> > > 70 00 04 00 - 00 00 01 10 - 00 00 00 00 - be 08 00 00
    >> > > 34 08 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00"
    >> > > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >> > > I inserted a new tape but the same error raised again.
    >> > >
    >> > > I can't believe that there exits a SCSI problem because
    >> > > BE can backup 10 GB and then it cancels. If it would be
    >> > > a SCSI problem, BE won't start - I think.
    >> > >
    >> > > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >> > > Our configuration:
    >> > > 0x00 [V024-A0] Legacy FLOPPY Controller [slot 0]
    >> >> 0x01 [V024-A0-D1:0] Legacy Floppy
    >> > > 0x02 [V100-A100] USB OHCI Controller [slot 0]
    >> > > 0x03 [V321-A1] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI
    >> > > [slot 10004] 0x04 [V321-A2] Compaq 64-Bit/66MHz Dual Channel Wide
    >> > > Ultra3 SCSI [slot 10005] 0x05 [V025-A3] Novell ATA/IDE Host
    >> > > Adapter Module [slot 0] 0x23 [V025-A3-D0:0] COMPAQ CD-ROM
    >> > > LTN486S f/w:YQSK 0x06 [V504-A4] HP Unified RAID Driver [slot 1]
    >> >> 0x09 [V504-A4-D0:0] HP Smart Array 641 Slot 1 ID 0 LUN 0
    >> > > 0x07 [V358-A5] LSI_53C1030:00401 [slot 401]
    >> >> 0x26 [V358-A5-D6:1] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    >> >> 0x24 [V358-A5-D3:0] HP ULTRIUM 3-SCSI G54D
    >> >> 0x25 [V358-A5-D6:0] SONY TSL-11000 L0u6
    >> > > 0x08 [V358-A6] LSI_53C1030:00402 [slot 402]
    >> > >
    >> > > startup.ncf:
    >> > > SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED = OFF
    >> > > LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
    >> > > ######## End PSM Drivers ########
    >> > > LOAD CPQSHD.CDM
    >> > > LOAD IDECD.CDM
    >> > > LOAD NWTAPE.CDM
    >> > > ######## End CDM Drivers ########
    >> > > LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10004
    >> > > LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=10005
    >> > > LOAD IDEATA.HAM SLOT=10010
    >> > > LOAD CPQRAID.HAM SLOT=1
    >> > > LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=401
    >> > > LOAD LSIMPTNW.HAM SLOT=402
    >> > > ######## End HAM Drivers ########
    >> > > Load Keyb Germany
    >> > > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >> > >
    >> > > If i make a backup with our old storage device
    >> > > (=Sony TSL-11000) then everything is ok.
    >> > >
    >> > > Any ideas?
    >> >
    >> > I suspect the problem is the LSI controller you are using. These are
    >> > known to cause problems and are not generally recommended when using
    >> > with Backup Exec for NetWare. You can try updating the driver:
    >> >
    >> > http://support.veritas.com/docs/278402

    >> I have already installed the 4.01g driver.
    >>
    >> Your suggested driver is older (4.01).
    >> Is it possible, that the older driver works better
    >> than the newer one?

    >
    >No, I doubt it. A newer driver has obviously been released since that
    >TechNote was last updated.
    >

    I had same problems on an HP ML350 with onboard LSI controller. Try unloading
    CPQSCSA.NLM. That worked for me.

  7. Re: BE cancels after ~10 GB backup

    I agree with that comment by Mark:

    http://support.veritas.com/docs/283200

  8. Re: BE cancels after ~10 GB backup


    We have started to standardize on HP Ultrium TBUs and have had the same problem
    with all of them (U960, U224, U448)

    After months of upgrading drives and backupExec versions without sucess,
    I found the fix in an HP forum.

    The LSIMPTNW appears to conflict with the HP Proliant managment agent CPQSCSA.

    I simply unload the driver from the autoexec.ncf, but other users have created
    a CRON job to unload before the backup job and reload once complete

    Backups have worked just great since I found this conflict.

    I have tried upgrading to the lasest version (7.60) but that still has not
    fixed the problem.

    I discussed breifly with HP tape support, they have "hinted" that they have
    heard of this problem, but have no offical word or fix.

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