Most disks us a sector size of 512 bytes and my Data Protector works fine with these. But we now have a disk system in the lab that uses a 4096 byte sector size. HP-UX 11.31 has no problem using this disk space and puting a VXFS file system on it. All looks and works well at the system level until I try to back it up with Data Protector. I have tried to back it up with both 6.11 and 6.20 with the same results. Currently my copy of 6.20 does have the PHSS_42087 disk agent patch installed. Below is a sample of the message from DP:
[Minor] From: VBDA@hptest1 "/violin_test_2" Time: 12/22/2011 8:35:11 AM [81:78] /violin_test_2/omni.tar Cannot read 261272 bytes at offset 0: ( Invalid argument).
What do I need to do/change to get this to backup correctly?