[SOLVED] Can't Restore mksysb from one IBM RS/6000 Aix. 4.3.1 to another of RS/6000
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Can't Restore mksysb from one IBM RS/6000 Aix. 4.3.1 to another of RS/6000
Registered: Aug 2013
Can’t restore msysbk data backup from one machine RS/6000 type 7043 mod 140 to another of the same type.
Operating System Aix 4.3.1
They use to restore ok a couple of months ago.
Each machine restores find on the same machine.
Both tape drives have been changed.
Keep Getting media error
Tape cartridges are new
Below are configurations of both disk
4mm 4GB tape drive parameters
Back in the C64 era I had similar problems... the position of magnetic heads in tape-drivers are different, what makes them incompatible. If you adjusted the heads, the might become compatible, but they might become unable to read their own old tapes...