Subject: Re: [Bacula-users] About tapes capacity



On 04/20/11 10:17, Jason Voorhees wrote:
> When the job started Bacula took the tape L5BA0005 and never required
> another one. As you can see Bacula apparently wrote 2,058,019,117,056
> bytes (approx. 2 TB) but my tape is just 1.5 TB capacity. Does anybody
> know why? My job isn't using compression so I really don't understand
> this.

Your *job* may not be set to use *software* compression, but is your
*tape library* automatically using *hardware* compression?



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