The following error numbers from the operating system can be found
in your catalog listing /usr/lib/edge/lists/LAST_1 (1 can be
Master, Increm, Backup). These will generally cause an error 4 to
be reported by BackupEDGE.
Tape write error 2 - no such file or directory
Check your configuration for both root & cron in edge.config, you
may find that there is a discrepancy between the two settings. This
is especially true on a new installation of BackupEDGE.
Tape write error 5 - I/O error
This error is an indication of a problem with either the media or
the tape drive. The operating system will describe this as a
physical I/O error. You may be able to correct this problem by
cleaning the drive & retensioning your tapes. Lowering the block
factor may also be in order. If these measures fail, your drive may
require hardware service.
Tape write error 6 - No such device or address.
This error usually signifies the end of tape has been reached
unexpectedly. Check the data cartridge used, and compare the
volume size as specified in edge.config. The OS defines this error as
I/O on a special file refers to a subdevice which does
not exist or is beyond the limits of the device.