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Remove one of jukebox in AIX Networker

Remove one of jukebox in AIX Networker

Remove one of jukebox in AIX Networker


I have problem with Networker. Our support replcaced us BLU but they used not incorrect scsi path. I corrected it and installed the good one with jbconfig. But now when I use nsrjb -HEv I see:

/nsr/logs# nsrjb -HEv
setting verbosity level to `1'
nsrjb: error, Found more than one enabled jukebox. Must uniquely identify one jukebox.
sdp1:/nsr/logs# bash
sdp1:/nsr/logs# nsrjb -Cv
setting verbosity level to `1'
No jukebox selected.
1: jukebox - scsidev@6.2.1
2: rd=sdp1:jukebox - scsidev@6.1.1
Please select a jukebox to use:? [1] nsradmin -c
Out of range 1-2
Please select a jukebox to use:? [1] 2

Jukebox rd=sdp1:jukebox - scsidev@6.1.1: (Ready to accept commands)
nsrjb: No volumes labeled.
slot volume used pool barcode volume id recyclable
1: -* - -
2: -* - -

So, how to remove not proper jukebox from the system??

Thx for any help


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