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Jobs with "No resources" yet 8 physical drives available

Jobs with "No resources" yet 8 physical drives available

Hello again. I have another newbie question. I have Auxiliary copies running to a physical tape library that are waiting because of "No Resources" yet there are plenty of tapes and 8 drives available. There are only 6 backup jobs running (two of which are going to that library) and I know I have seen more active before. What can I check to try and get all of these copies running at the same time?

RE: Jobs with "No resources" yet 8 physical drives available

Forgot to add:

Error Code [19:105]
Description: No Resources Available. Please check the streams tab for information.

Steams Tab (with a stream highlighted):
There are no devices that are active and ready to be used.

RE: Jobs with "No resources" yet 8 physical drives available

Problem solved. The drive pool that these jobs were pointed to seems to not exist anymore. I set the drive pool back to the default physical drive pool and the jobs started.

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