Tape handling for BRMS

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AS/400
Backup
BRMS
BRMS Backup
Tape backup
Tape drives
We are taking daily backup using BRMS. Two days before because of one  application failure on server, we have cancelled backup. The tape for  that backup was moved to tape library. When problem resolved, we inserted  new tape for backup. Suppose old tape is X and new tape is Y. But, it took X tape for backup instead of Y. Both the tapes location was tape  library. Both the tapes were expired. Why it took X tape insteads of Y?

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  • BISHT321
    Check how much times a tape is being used to take backup . If the count of the tape is not reached and there i still space in in your TAPE X BRMS will pick TAPE X for backup . If you want to use TAPE Y then youe have to EJECT tape X . If the NUmber of count on tape X is reached and you have not moved( Ejected ) TAPE X the a (+) mark will come on your TAPE X indicating that partial backup is in tape X and Partial Backup in another tape .
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