EzTape is used to copy tapes and tape image files.
Any kind of tape may be copied, but special processing
can be performed if the tape is a well log data tape
or tape image In the LIS, DLIS or BIT format.
The input to EzTape may be a physical tape drive, or
may be one of several tape image encapsulation formats.
These include Atlas Tape Image Format (TIF), RMS record
format, or LIS/DLIS stream format.
The output of EzTape may also be a physical tape drive,
or one of the previously listed tape encapsulation formats.
The output may also be specified to be a disk file having
no record encapsulation.
Examples of EzTape usage include:
· Copy an 8mm tape to disk in a tape image format.
· Copy a tape image disk file to a DLT tape drive
· Copy a 9-track tape directly to a 4mm DAT tape
· Convert between all of the tape image disk
EzTape is available for Sun Solaris, Linux, Windows9*/NT/2000/XP,
SGI Irix, IBM RS6000.
EzTape is also compatible with Oilware's NetTape
Server for extending your tape copying capabilities
across a local area network! For example, with NetTape
Server installed on a Unix machine, you could copy tapes
to your Windows PC directly from tape drives connected
to the Unix server!