Command line switches for the Tape Library Simulator Utility

Article:HOWTO23479  |  Created: 2010-01-01  |  Updated: 2011-09-30  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO23479
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Command line switches for the Tape Library Simulator Utility

You can use command line switches to manage simulated tape libraries. For example, the following command line creates a simulated tape library with 10 slots that is located at /TLS2/Testing.

./mktls -s10 -p/TLS2/Testing

See Managing simulated tape libraries from the command line.

Table: Command line switches for the Tape Library Simulator Utility

Switch

Description

-p<path>

Specifies the path to the directory for the simulated tape library. If the path does not exist, the utility creates it. The maximum path size is 512 characters.

-s<number of slots>

Specifies the number of slots for this simulated tape library. The number of slots can range from one to 50. The default number is 20.

-r

Prevents the information from displaying.

-l

Lists the simulated tape libraries that exist for the Remote Media Agent.

-d -p<path>

Specifies the path of the simulated tape library that you want to delete.

-h

Displays the online Help.


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