Difference between revisions of "LTO Tape/6"

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== Drive ==
 
== Drive ==
  
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LTO5 and up support LTFS. But all support Tar and BareOS.
  
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== Software ==
  
== Software - Redhat ==
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=== Tar ===
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See [[LTO Tape]]
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=== LTFS ===
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Build from the upstream source code rather than using vendor source code, which sucks. A handy source rpm is provided.
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https://github.com/LinearTapeFileSystem/ltfs/wiki
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=== BareOS ===
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Not an operating system, but an enterprise backup system with tape as one key storage backend. Does not require LTFS.
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https://www.bareos.org/en/

Revision as of 01:54, 27 September 2019

Don't trust this information.

LTO-6 SAS Drive is assumed to be used (for now).


Links:

https://www.reddit.com/r/sysadmin/comments/3qfyhm/how_to_start_using_an_lto6_tape_backup_drive_with/cyxpzo5/ https://www.reddit.com/r/sysadmin/comments/3qfyhm/how_to_start_using_an_lto6_tape_backup_drive_with/ https://www.quantum.com/serviceandsupport/softwareanddocumentationdownloads/ltfs/index.aspx?whattab=Third https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/STQNYL_2.2.2/ltfs_reference_tools_linux.html

HBA (Host Bus Adaptor)

Drive

LTO5 and up support LTFS. But all support Tar and BareOS.

Software

Tar

See LTO Tape

LTFS

Build from the upstream source code rather than using vendor source code, which sucks. A handy source rpm is provided.

https://github.com/LinearTapeFileSystem/ltfs/wiki

BareOS

Not an operating system, but an enterprise backup system with tape as one key storage backend. Does not require LTFS.

https://www.bareos.org/en/