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joergsteffens committed Nov 30, 2017
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@@ -680,6 +680,7 @@ \section{Tapespeed and blocksizes}
\index[general]{Tape!speed}
\index[general]{Blocksize!optimize}
\label{Tapespeed and blocksizes}
% referenced from https://www.bareos.org/en/Whitepapers/articles/Speed_Tuning_of_Tape_Drives.html
\label{setblocksizes}

The \bareosWhitepaperTapeSpeedTuning shows that the two parameters
@@ -543,8 +543,7 @@
want to set the {\bf Maximum File Size} to 20GB or bigger to avoid making
the drive stop to write an EOF mark.

For more info regarding this parameter, read the tape speed whitepaper:
\bareosWhitepaperTapeSpeedTuning
For more info regarding this parameter, read \nameref{Tapespeed and blocksizes}.

Note, this directive does not limit the size of Volumes that Bareos
will create regardless of whether they are tape or disk volumes. It
@@ -1123,8 +1123,7 @@ \subsubsection{btape Commands}
not be able to compress the data, and thus it is a good test of
the real physical capacity of your tapes.
\item readlabel -- read and dump the label on a Bareos tape.
\item cap -- list the device capabilities as defined in the configuration
file and as perceived by the Storage daemon.
\item cap -- list the device capabilities and status.
\end{itemize}

The {\bf readlabel} command can be used to display the details of a Bareos
@@ -1143,17 +1142,14 @@ \subsubsection{btape Commands}

This command can have the following arguments:
\begin{itemize}
\item[\texttt{file\_size=n}] Specify the Maximum File Size for this test
(between 1 and 5GB). This counter is in GB.
\item[\texttt{file\_size=n}] Specify the \linkResourceDirective{Sd}{Device}{Maximum File Size}
for this test. This counter is in GB.
\item[\texttt{nb\_file=n}] Specify the number of file to be written. The amount
of data should be greater than your memory ($file\_size*nb\_file$).
\item[\texttt{skip\_zero}] This flag permits to skip tests with constant
data.
\item[\texttt{skip\_random}] This flag permits to skip tests with random
data.
\item[\texttt{skip\_zero}] This flag permits to skip tests with constant data.
\item[\texttt{skip\_random}] This flag permits to skip tests with random data.
\item[\texttt{skip\_raw}] This flag permits to skip tests with raw access.
\item[\texttt{skip\_block}] This flag permits to skip tests with Bareos block
access.
\item[\texttt{skip\_block}] This flag permits to skip tests with Bareos block access.
\end{itemize}

\begin{bconsole}{btape speed}
@@ -1232,7 +1228,7 @@ \subsection{bsmtp}

It is called:
\begin{commands}{bsmtp}
Usage: bsmtp [-f from] [-h mailhost] [-s subject] [-c copy] [recipient ...t
Usage: bsmtp [-f from] [-h mailhost] [-s subject] [-c copy] [recipient ...]
-4 forces bsmtp to use IPv4 addresses only.
-6 forces bsmtp to use IPv6 addresses only.
-8 set charset to UTF-8
@@ -125,12 +125,11 @@ \subsection{btape}
whether or not the tape contains valuable data, so please be careful and use
it only on blank tapes.

To work properly, {\bf btape} needs to read the Storage daemon's configuration
file. As a default, it will look for {\bf bareos-sd.conf}.
To work properly, \command{btape} needs to read the Storage daemon's configuration.

The physical device name or the Device resource name must be specified on the
command line, and this same device name must be present in the Storage
daemon's configuration file read by {\bf btape}
daemon's configuration file read by \command{btape}

\footnotesize
\begin{verbatim}

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