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arcserve-KB : How Many SCSI IDs Does a Library Have and can I change the SCSI ID with the arcserve?

Last Update: 2015-12-15 22:14:16 UTC

CA ARCSERVE BACKUP FOR WINDOWS COMMON: 12.0
Last Modified Date:    01/26/2009
Document ID:    TEC480745
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Title:  How Many SCSI IDs Does a Library Have and can I change the SCSI ID with the Arcserve?

Working with a library is very similar to working with a single storage drive. One of the primary differences is that a library typically uses at least two SCSI IDs: one for the library itself and one SCSI ID for each of the library's drives. Some libraries use a single SCSI ID. When a library uses only one SCSI ID, the library and the library drive are each assigned a Logical Unit Number (LUN) to differentiate between commands for each device. A single SCSI ID is, in effect, split into two IDs

With Arcserve , We cannot change the SCSI ID and can be only changed from Hardware side.

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