CPP6308 after backup completes normally.

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AS/400 backup
Backup Recovery and Media Services
BRMS
BRMS, after an initialize or a backup, is requesting that the tape be moved back to its slot in the library while the tape is still in a loaded state. This is causing a third party tape library to place the drive into a FAILed state, as the MOVE command should not be issued until the tape is unloaded. This occurs when the INITIALIZE command(or the backup command) is issued against a tape which was originally unmounted. The third party vendor placed a fiber channel analyzer between the AS/400 and the tape library and, even though the ^UNLOAD option was specified, there was no unload command issued prior to the MOVE command.

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Sounds a Starnge one. I would create a Test BRMS control group saving one object and speciify unload in the attributes not using the policy. Run this to see if it unloads the tape after the save.
If it does not, it may be worth putting the BRMS PTF group packs on.
Also BRMS can have strange issues if its maintance job is running at the same time as the save runs.
Worth checking they are not clashing
If the tape does unload from your test control group, change the attribute to *BKUPCY and test it could be a setting in the policy.

Good luck

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