Thanks to all who replied. Too many to name, but you know who you are.
It seems there's a split on the opinion of wether you can have to
robotic arms connected to the same system and be used independently of
each other. Most people who have had it work successfully mentioned that
they were using something other than Legato. The other half which
replied, had only seen it in action and hadn't actually configured it or
suggested it was theoretically possible. A small few did reply they had
gotten it to successfully work, and I will contact them personally to
see if they are willing to continue the conversation and offer insight
as to how it worked.
Looks like my problem is I am trying to run to different backup packages
on the same system. I am trying to run a system as a FlashNet
Single-Client with its own robot/jukebox and it is also a Legato storage
node connected to a drive on our StorageTek L700...
Long story short, get your company/organization/department to agree to
use only on package if you want the fewest number of servers unless you
can afford really expensive consultants or have copious amounts of free
time to firgure it out after-hours...
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