This is just a modification to the Supplied "available_media.sh" script. It will report on the available scratch media per each robot. I find this useful to know if a robot is low on scratch media before jobs fail.
It currently runs on UNIX systems.
Bugs... The original script counted the scratch tapes wrong if there were more than 9 robots... plus it added any scratch tapes in the "---" volume group to robot 0.
The script is designed to run on UNIX systems.
What kind of system are you running?
You will want to rename it to "available_scratch_media.sh" and change the "SOMEONE_WHO_CARES" to the email address you want to send the message to.
I run it from cron on a daily basis with the below crontable entry: (you should change the "/opt/nbu_scripts" portion to where you have installed the script.
10 15 * * * /opt/nbu_scripts/available_scratch_media > /dev/null 2>&1
No guarantees, but I will see if I can make up a windows style script... or maybe convert it to perl.