5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User s Guide

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5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide

Abstract This guide includes information about installing, operating, and maintaining the 5158ACL. This guide is written for those who install or maintain the 5158ACL tape drive. Product Version N.A. Supported Release Version Updates (RVUs) This guide supports G06.08 and all subsequent G-series RVUs until otherwise indicated in a new edition. Part Number

Published

524955-002

September 2003

Document History Part Number Product Version

Published

424790-001

N.A.

September 1999

425633-001

N.A.

April 2000

524955-001

N.A.

May 2003

524955-002

N.A.

September 2003

5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide

Index

Figures

Tables

What’s New in This Manual vii Manual Information vii New and Changed Information About This Manual ix Notation Conventions

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1. Overview of the Tape Drive Tape Drive Description 1-1 Control Panel 1-1 Power Supply 1-2 Tape Cartridge Magazine 1-2 Integral Fan Cooling 1-2 Tape Drive Features 1-3 Fast Data Transfer Rate 1-3 High-Capacity 1-3 Compaction 1-3 Durable Media 1-3 Compatibility 1-3 Firmware Update Capability 1-4 Embedded Diagnostics 1-4

2. Installing and Configuring the Tape Drive Prepare for the Installation 2-1 Installation Setup 2-1 Site Setup 2-1 Site Guidelines 2-2 Configuring the Tape Drive 2-3 Setting the SCSI ID 2-3 Connecting the Cables 2-5 Connect the SCSI Signal Cable 2-5 SCSI Termination on the Tape Drive 2-6 Connect the Power Cord 2-8 Hewlett-Packard Company —524955-002 i

2. Installing and Configuring the Tape Drive (continued)

Contents

2. Installing and Configuring the Tape Drive (continued) Setting Up Reserved Slots 2-8 Configuring Other Options 2-9 Set Data Format 2-9 Set SCSI 2-9 Set Library Mode 2-9 Set Identification 2-9 Set Date 2-10 Set Time 2-10 Set Baud Rate 2-10 Set Serial Number 2-10 Set Unload Mode 2-10 Set Autoclean Mode 2-10 Set Negotiation 2-10 Set Reserved Slots 2-11 Set Default (Restricted) 2-11 Installing the Rear Cover 2-13

3. Operating the Tape Drive Using the Front Panel 3-2 Power Switch 3-2 Control Panel 3-2 Indicators 3-3 Buttons 3-3 The Main Menu 3-9 Entering the Menu Mode 3-10 Exiting the Main Menu 3-11 Navigating the Main Menu 3-11 Load/Unload 3-11 Drive Status (DLT1) Menu 3-14 Map Information Screen 3-15 Show History 3-16 Unlocking the Control Panel 3-17 Displaying Firmware Revision 3-18 Displaying Error Logs 3-18 Inserting and Removing Tape Cartridges 3-19 Removing the Tape Magazine 3-20 Emergency Tape Magazine Removal 3-20 Inserting a Tape Magazine Into the Tape Drive 3-20 5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide —524955-002 ii

3. Operating the Tape Drive (continued)

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3. Operating the Tape Drive (continued) Inserting Tape Cartridges Into the Tape Magazine Tape Requirements 3-21 Tape Cartridge Handling and Storage 3-21 General Precautions 3-22 Loading and Unloading Tape Cartridges 3-22

3-20

4. Configuring the Tape Drive for the NonStop S-Series Server Supported Connections 4-1 Adding the ACL Unit and the Tape Drive ServerNet/DA 4-2 PMF CRU 4-2

4-2

5. Maintaining the Tape Drive Cleaning the Tape Drive 5-1 Installing the Cleaning Cartridge 5-1 Installing 5-1 Running From the Front Panel 5-2 Removing the Cleaning Cartridge 5-4

A. Troubleshooting Fault Screen A-1 Displaying Error Logs A-1 Recovering from Errors A-2 Troubleshooting for Field Support

A-4

Index Figures Figure 1-1. Figure 1-2. Figure 2-1. Figure 2-2. Figure 2-3. Figure 2-4. Figure 2-5. Figure 2-6. Figure 2-7. Figure 2-8. Figure 2-9.

Front View of the Tape Drive 1-1 10-Cartridge Tape Magazine 1-2 Front View of the Tape Drive Tabletop Connector Locations 2-2 Default Screen 2-3 Main Menu 2-3 Configure Menu 2-4 Set SCSI Menu 2-4 Set SCSI Menu Scrolled 2-4 Rear Panel Components 2-5 BEB for Fiber Connection 2-6

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Contents

Figures (continued) Figure 2-10. Figure 2-11. Figure 2-12. Figure 2-13. Figure 2-14. Figure 3-1. Figure 3-2. Figure 3-3. Figure 3-4. Figure 3-5. Figure 3-6. Figure 3-7. Figure 3-8. Figure 3-9. Figure 3-10. Figure 3-11. Figure 3-12. Figure 3-13. Figure 3-14. Figure 3-15. Figure 3-16. Figure 3-17. Figure 3-18. Figure 3-19. Figure 3-20. Figure 3-21. Figure 3-22. Figure 3-23. Figure 3-24. Figure 3-25. Figure 3-26. Figure 3-27. Figure 3-28. Figure 3-29. Figure 5-1. Figure 5-2. Figure 5-3. Figure 5-4.

Two Tape Drives Daisy Chained Together 2-7 Set Reserved Slots Menu 2-8 Tape Drive Rear Cover 2-13 Push Rivets 2-13 Tape Drive with ESD Rear Cover Installed 2-14 Control Panel 3-2 POST Screen 3-5 Initialization Screen 3-5 Default Screen 3-5 Fault Screen 3-7 Tape Drive Menu Structure 3-9 Main Menu 3-10 Panel Locked Screen 3-10 Code Entry Menu 3-10 Show Status Menu 3-12 Library Status Menu 3-12 Drive Status Menu 3-14 Map Information Menu 3-15 Security Menu 3-16 Code Select Menu 3-16 Code Accept Menu 3-17 Panel Locked Screen 3-17 Code Entry Menu 3-17 Error History Screen 3-18 Tape Magazine in Place 3-19 Tape Magazine With Cartridges Installed 3-21 Default Screen 3-22 Main Menu 3-23 Load/Unload Initial Screen 3-23 Load/Unload From Entry Screen 3-24 Load/Unload To Entry Screen 3-24 Confirmation Screen 3-24 Load/Unload In Progress Screen 3-25 Updated Default Screen 3-25 Main Menu 5-2 Maintenance Menu 5-2 Maintenance Menu 5-3 Cleaning Confirmation Screen 5-3 5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide —524955-002 iv

Figures (continued)

Contents

Figures (continued) Figure 5-5. Figure A-1. Figure A-2.

Cleaning in Progress 5-3 Fault Screen A-1 Error History Screen A-1

Tables Table 2-1. Table 2-2. Table 3-1. Table A-1. Table A-2.

SCSI Cables 2-6 Tape Drive Configuration Options Control Panel Functions 3-3 Error Recovery Procedures A-2 Fault Symptom Codes A-2

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What’s New in This Manual Manual Information 5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide

Abstract This guide includes information about installing, operating, and maintaining the 5158ACL. This guide is written for those who install or maintain the 5158ACL tape drive. Product Version N.A. Supported Release Version Updates (RVUs) This guide supports G06.08 and all subsequent G-series RVUs until otherwise indicated in a new edition. Part Number

Published

524955-002

September 2003

Document History Part Number

Product Version

Published

424790-001

N.A.

September 1999

425633-001

N.A.

April 2000

524955-001

N.A.

May 2003

524955-002

N.A.

September 2003

New and Changed Information • • • •

The subsection titled “Your Comments Invited” was removed from About This Manual. An entry for Fault Symptom Code (FSC) 2072 was added to Table A-2 in Appendix A, Troubleshooting. The information under Troubleshooting for Field Support on page A-4 was replaced by a cross-reference to Section 3, Operating the Tape Drive. General: replaced mention of “TSI CE”, “qualified service personnel”, “GBSC”, “technical support”, and “technical support representative” with “service provider”.

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New and Changed Information

General: replaced “Mode”, “Slot”, “Menu”, and “Screen” with “mode”, “slot”, “menu”, and “screen”, respectively.

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About This Manual Notation Conventions Hypertext Links Blue underline is used to indicate a hypertext link within text. By clicking a passage of text with a blue underline, you are taken to the location described. For example: This requirement is described under Backup DAM Volumes and Physical Disk Drives on page 3-2.

General Syntax Notation The following list summarizes the notation conventions for syntax presentation in this manual. UPPERCASE LETTERS. Uppercase letters indicate keywords and reserved words; enter these items exactly as shown. Items not enclosed in brackets are required. For example: MAXATTACH lowercase italic letters. Lowercase italic letters indicate variable items that you supply. Items not enclosed in brackets are required. For example: file-name computer type. Computer type letters within text indicate C and Open System Services (OSS) keywords and reserved words. Type these items exactly as shown. Items not enclosed in brackets are required. For example: myfile.c italic computer type. Italic computer type letters within text indicate C and Open System Services (OSS) variable items that you supply. Items not enclosed in brackets are required. For example: pathname [ ] Brackets. Brackets enclose optional syntax items. For example: TERM [\system-name.]$terminal-name INT[ERRUPTS] A group of items enclosed in brackets is a list from which you can choose one item or none. The items in the list may be arranged either vertically, with aligned brackets on

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each side of the list, or horizontally, enclosed in a pair of brackets and separated by vertical lines. For example: FC [ num ] [ -num ] [ text ] K [ X | D ] address { } Braces. A group of items enclosed in braces is a list from which you are required to choose one item. The items in the list may be arranged either vertically, with aligned braces on each side of the list, or horizontally, enclosed in a pair of braces and separated by vertical lines. For example: LISTOPENS PROCESS { $appl-mgr-name } { $process-name } ALLOWSU { ON | OFF } | Vertical Line. A vertical line separates alternatives in a horizontal list that is enclosed in brackets or braces. For example: INSPECT { OFF | ON | SAVEABEND } … Ellipsis. An ellipsis immediately following a pair of brackets or braces indicates that you can repeat the enclosed sequence of syntax items any number of times. For example: M address [ , new-value ]… [ - ] {0|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9}… An ellipsis immediately following a single syntax item indicates that you can repeat that syntax item any number of times. For example: "s-char…" Punctuation. Parentheses, commas, semicolons, and other symbols not previously described must be entered as shown. For example: error := NEXTFILENAME ( file-name ) ; LISTOPENS SU $process-name.#su-name Quotation marks around a symbol such as a bracket or brace indicate the symbol is a required character that you must enter as shown. For example: "[" repetition-constant-list "]" Item Spacing. Spaces shown between items are required unless one of the items is a punctuation symbol such as a parenthesis or a comma. For example: CALL STEPMOM ( process-id ) ; If there is no space between two items, spaces are not permitted. In the following example, there are no spaces permitted between the period and any other items: $process-name.#su-name 5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide —524955-002 x

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Line Spacing. If the syntax of a command is too long to fit on a single line, each continuation line is indented three spaces and is separated from the preceding line by a blank line. This spacing distinguishes items in a continuation line from items in a vertical list of selections. For example: ALTER [ / OUT file-spec / ] LINE [ , attribute-spec ]…

Notation for Messages The following list summarizes the notation conventions for the presentation of displayed messages in this manual. Bold Text. Bold text in an example indicates user input entered at the terminal. For example: ENTER RUN CODE ?123 CODE RECEIVED:

123.00

The user must press the Return key after typing the input. Nonitalic text. Nonitalic letters, numbers, and punctuation indicate text that is displayed or returned exactly as shown. For example: Backup Up. lowercase italic letters. Lowercase italic letters indicate variable items whose values are displayed or returned. For example: p-register process-name [ ] Brackets. Brackets enclose items that are sometimes, but not always, displayed. For example: Event number = number [ Subject = first-subject-value ] A group of items enclosed in brackets is a list of all possible items that can be displayed, of which one or none might actually be displayed. The items in the list might be arranged either vertically, with aligned brackets on each side of the list, or horizontally, enclosed in a pair of brackets and separated by vertical lines. For example: proc-name trapped [ in SQL | in SQL file system ] { } Braces. A group of items enclosed in braces is a list of all possible items that can be displayed, of which one is actually displayed. The items in the list might be arranged

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either vertically, with aligned braces on each side of the list, or horizontally, enclosed in a pair of braces and separated by vertical lines. For example: obj-type obj-name state changed to state, caused by { Object | Operator | Service } process-name State changed from old-objstate to objstate { Operator Request. } { Unknown. } | Vertical Line. A vertical line separates alternatives in a horizontal list that is enclosed in brackets or braces. For example: Transfer status: { OK | Failed } % Percent Sign. A percent sign precedes a number that is not in decimal notation. The % notation precedes an octal number. The %B notation precedes a binary number. The %H notation precedes a hexadecimal number. For example: %005400 %B101111 %H2F P=%p-register E=%e-register

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Change Bar Notation Change bars are used to indicate substantive differences between this edition of the manual and the preceding edition. Change bars are vertical rules placed in the right margin of changed portions of text, figures, tables, examples, and so on. Change bars highlight new or revised information. For example: The message types specified in the REPORT clause are different in the COBOL85 environment and the Common Run-Time Environment (CRE). The CRE has many new message types and some new message type codes for old message types. In the CRE, the message type SYSTEM includes all messages except LOGICAL-CLOSE and LOGICAL-OPEN.

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1

Overview of the Tape Drive

This section includes the following main topics and sections: Tape Drive Description

1-1

Tape Drive Features

1-3

Tape Drive Description Figure 1-1. Front View of the Tape Drive

The tape drive is a high-performance, high-capacity, streaming cartridge tape product designed for use on HP NonStop severs. Using data compression and compaction, the tape drive features 10 cartridges, each with a formatted capacity of 70.0 GB and a sustained user data transfer rate of 10.0 MB/s* The tape drive is a 5-1/4 inch form factor, half-inch tape drive. The design includes a quad-channel read/write head, Digital Lempel-Ziv (DLZ) highefficiency data compression, and tape mark directory to maximize data throughput and minimize data access time. *assumes 2:1 compression ratio (data dependent)

Control Panel The control panel has a 4-line by 20-character backlit LCD display, four LED indicators, and four buttons. Navigate through the menu to select and display operating modes, device status, diagnostic and maintenance functions, device history, error statistics, and system configuration.

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Power Supply

The display provides a highly intelligible display of drive and loader status, menu choices and error messages. The amount of information available to the operator is greatly expanded by the scrolling feature.

Power Supply The AC power switch is located on the front panel of the tape drive. The nominal voltages are 115 VAC and 240 VAC, and the autoranging power supply adjusts automatically to either of the two operating voltages. The power supply can operate at 50 or 60 Hz without requiring any modification.

Tape Cartridge Magazine The 10-cartridge tape magazine is accessible through the door at the center of the front panel. An electronically controlled lock on the door protects against tampering and inadvertent removal. The magazine fits into a extruded track that assures precise robotics positioning. Figure 1-2 shows a 10-cartridge tape magazine. Insertion and removal of the magazine is described in Operating the Tape Drive. Figure 1-2. 10-Cartridge Tape Magazine

Integral Fan Cooling To provide optimum cooling for critical parts, a single forced-air fan is mounted on the rear panel. It also prevents the tape drive and robotics electronics, motors and power supply from overheating.

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Tape Drive Features

Tape Drive Features Fast Data Transfer Rate Used for unattended backups or archiving, the tape drive allows the user to back up a higher data capacity at a higher speed than earlier products. The tape drive, when operating in a noncompressed mode, has a maximum transfer rate of 5.0 MB/s. When operating in the compressed mode, the maximum transfer rate is 10.0 MB/s.

High-Capacity The tape drive accepts the DLTtape IV cartridge. When this cartridge is used the amount of data stored on the tape can be up to 35.0 GB noncompressed or 70.0 GB compressed. The actual amount of this data stored in the compression mode is dependent on the data type. Compression can be selected on the drive front panel or from the host by using the SCSI MODE SELECT command. The tape drive also accepts the DLTtape IIIxt cartridge. When this cartridge is used the amount of data stored on the tape can be up to 15.0 GB noncompressed or 30.0 GB compressed. The actual amount of data stored in the compression mode is dependent on the data type. Compression can be selected on the drive front panel or from the host by using the SCSI MODE SELECT command. The tape drive also accepts the DLTtape III cartridge. When this cartridge is used the amount of data stored on the tape can be up to 10.0 GB noncompressed or 20.0 GB compressed. The actual amount of data stored in the compression mode is dependent on the data type. Compression can be selected on the drive front panel or from the host by using the SCSI MODE SELECT command.

Compaction The compaction feature of the tape drive helps to store data efficiently. A read/write data cache of up to 8.0 MB allows working space for the compaction, enabling maximum use of available tape space.

Durable Media The tape media can endure 500,000 passes and has a shelf life of 30 years, which provides superior media durability and data reliability.

Compatibility HP is committed to maintaining compatibility within the DLT family of tape drives. The tape drive’s tape products are the third generation of the tape products which can read and write all previous formats back to the DLT 260 drive, DLT 600 drive, DLT 2000 drive, DLT 2000xt drive and DLT 4000 drive. 5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide —524955-002 1 -3

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Firmware Update Capability

The tape drive complies with the ANSI standard for SCSI-2. The tape media format follows ECMA approved and ANSI proposed standards. The DLTtape IV tape cartridge can be used in the tape drive. With this tape cartridge, up to 35.0 GB noncompressed formatted data can be stored. The DLTtape III and DLTtape IIIXT tape may also be used in the tape drive. Using this tape, the user may select tape densities for compatibility. The user can select tape density on the drive front panel or by using the SCSI MODE SELCT command. The tape drive can write and read 2.6, 6.0, 10.0, 15.0, 20.0, or 35 GB tape formats for 100% interchange compatibility with earlier drives. On a write from BOT, the tape drive reformats the cartridge recorder at 2.6, 6.0, 10.0, 15.0, or 20.0 GB format to new specified format.

Firmware Update Capability The tape drive includes Flash EEPROM technology that allows easy on-site installation of microcode updates from tape.

Embedded Diagnostics The tape drive provides three levels of embedded diagnostics: The Power-OnSelf-Test (POST) performs various verification tests on the processor’s host interface and device control functions, memory tests at power-up. The second level of diagnostics is the User Diagnostics. These include provision for changing configuration options, and manual control of cartridge movement to assist the user in diagnosing faults. The third level, CE Diagnostics, includes more advanced diagnostics to be used by Customer Engineers for servicing the tape drive. Both the User Diagnostics and the CE Diagnostics can be selected from the front panel.

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2 Installing and Configuring the Tape Drive This section includes the following main topics and sections: Prepare for the Installation

2-1

Configuring the Tape Drive

2-3

Connecting the Cables

2-5

Setting Up Reserved Slots

2-8

Configuring Other Options

2-9

Installing the Rear Cover

2-13

Prepare for the Installation To prepare for the installation of the tape drive:

Installation Setup The steps for installation setup are: Step

Action

1

Unpack and check the shipment.

2

Choose a location for the tape drive.

Site Setup Place the tape drive on a flat, sturdy, level surface such as a desk or tabletop. Leave at least two inches of clearance behind it to allow free flow of cooling air from the fan.

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Site Guidelines

Site Guidelines Be sure to follow this guideline for the tape drive.



The tape drive is designed to operate in harsh environments; however, use care in placing tape drive in an environment that is free of humidity.

Figure 2-1. Front View of the Tape Drive Tabletop

Figure 2-2. Connector Locations

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Configuring the Tape Drive

Configuring the Tape Drive This section describes how to configure the tape drive. For information on the different menu’s featured on the tape drive, refer to Section 3, Operating the Tape Drive. The library (robotics) is factory set to SCSI ID 3; the tape drive is factory set to SCSI ID 5. The drive is factory set for parity generation and checking is enabled.

Setting the SCSI ID 1. Turn the tape drive on. Wait until the power-on self-test terminates and the default screen appears. Figure 2-3 shows the default screen for the unit, which indicates a tape magazine with only one cartridge in slot 1. Rectangles appear on line three on the default screen in positions that correspond to the slots where cartridges are present. Figure 2-3. Default Screen

2. At the Default screen, press Enter. The the Main menu in Figure 2-4 appears. Figure 2-4. Main Menu

3. Press the down button four times to move the cursor to Configure menu, then press Enter. The Configure menu in Figure 2-5 appears. The arrow at the

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Setting the SCSI ID

end of the fourth line means you can scroll to additional configuration options. Figure 2-5. Configure Menu

4. To select a configuration option, press the up or down button on the control panel to move the cursor to the option you want to change. In this case, select Set SCSI. Press Enter to display the choices for that option. The menu in Figure 2-6 appears. Figure 2-6. Set SCSI Menu

Note. In Figure 2-6. Note that the cursor is next to line 1, and that line 2 is indented, indicating a two-tiered menu. The scroll buttons work on two levels in this type of menu, which is typical of many menus under Configure. First-level navigation: When you press the down button, the cursor moves to line 3. Pressing the down button again, you will scroll down to DLT Bus ID. If you press the up button, the cursor moves back to line 1. If you press Enter while the cursor is next to line 1 (or line 3), the scroll buttons operate on the second level. As a result, the cursor moves next to line 2 (or line 4), and a down arrow appears at the end of line 4, indicating a list of options that you can view by scrolling.

5. The Library SCSI ID is set to 3. If the DLT1 bus ID needs to be set to 5, check that the cursor is next to line 1, and press the down button repeatedly until the display scrolls, as shown in Figure 2-7. Figure 2-7. Set SCSI Menu Scrolled

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Connecting the Cables

6. With the cursor next to line 3, press Enter. The cursor moves to line 4, the up arrow appears at the end of line 1, and the down arrow appears at the end of line 4. On line 4, scroll to display more options. Scroll so that line 5 appears. Then press Enter to save the new selection. An * appears at the left of line 5 to indicate that it is the current selection. 7. Press Escape repeatedly until the menu in Figure 2-4 reappears. 8. Repeat Steps 1 through 7 for each configuration option that you want to change.

Connecting the Cables Examine the components on the rear panel to complete the physical installation. See Figure 2-8. Figure 2-8. Rear Panel Components

Connect the SCSI Signal Cable 1. Connect one end of the SCSI cable to SCSI signal port 1 on the rear panel. See Figure 2-8. 2. Hand tighten the screw on one side. 3. Connect the opposite end of the 68-pin connector to the server. Note. Do not use the right SCSI Signal Port for any type of copper connection.

For server SCSI connections, see the server documentation.

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SCSI Termination on the Tape Drive

Copper SCSI Cables You can use any of the following SCSI cables:

Table 2-1. SCSI Cables Part Number

Description

424360-001

1 meter copper SCSI cable

424361-001

3 meter copper SCSI cable

424362-001

15 meter copper SCSI cable

424917-001

20 meter copper SCSI cable

424363-001

23 meter copper SCSI cable

SCSI Termination on the Tape Drive The tape drive has two 68-pin SCSI ports and one 50-pin SCSI port. The two 68-pin SCSI ports are located on the back left of the drive. The 50-pin SCSI port is located on the right side of the tape drive. A terminator should only be placed on a 68 pin SCSI port. See Figure 2-8, port 2.

The 50-Pin SCSI Port Connection This port connects to the server by using only a fiber connection. When you use a fiber connection, place a BEB (backend board) securely onto the port. See Figure 2-8, port 3, and Figure 2-9. Figure 2-9. BEB for Fiber Connection

Daisychain Configuration The right 68-pin SCSI port is daisychained to another drive. On the next drive, the left most port is terminated instead of being connected to the 50-pin SCSI port. Figure 2-10 illustrates how the 68-pin SCSI ports are connected.

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SCSI Termination on the Tape Drive

Figure 2-10. Two Tape Drives Daisy Chained Together

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Connect the Power Cord

Connect the Power Cord 1. Check that the power switch on the tape drive is set to 0 (off). 2. Connect the power cord to the power connector on the tape drive. Check that the power cord is fully seated. 3. Connect the other end of the power cord to a nearby AC outlet. Note. The tape drive does not have protection against lighting surges. Customers located in high risk areas should use external surge protection rated for use in their location and able to handle the power demand of the tape drive.

Setting Up Reserved Slots You can use one of the reserved slots for a cleaning cartridge to use the Autoclean function. However, you can use this function only while the tape drive is operating in Random Library mode in conjunction with NonStop server software, such as Auto Cartridge Loader Media Manager (ACLMM). 1. Navigate from the Default screen through the Main menu to the Configure menu. See Figure 2-3 through Figure 2-5. 2. Scroll down the Configure menu to Set Reserved slots, and select that option. The screen shown in Figure 2-11 appears. Figure 2-11. Set Reserved Slots Menu

3. With the cursor next to line 1, press Enter. The cursor moves to line 2, a down arrow appears at the end of line 4, and an up arrow appears at the end of line 1. 4. On line 2, scroll to specify the number of slots to be reserved. Scroll to the desired number, and press Enter. 5. Press Escape repeatedly to return to the Default screen.

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Configuring Other Options

Configuring Other Options The Configuration menu includes the following:

Set Data Format Use this setting to:

• •

Set the data format to Auto Selection. THZ01, THZ02, DLT2000, DLT2000XT, DLT4000, DLT7000, or DLT 8000 Enable or disable data compression.

Compression cannot be enabled when either THZ01 or THZ02 format is in use. This setting applies to the next or the currently, loaded cartridge only. An Unload command returns to the default. This setting does not display, the format of the loaded tape. To the Show Status menu for this purpose. The Default is Auto Selection for both density and compression.

Set SCSI Use this setting to enable or disable the robotics SCSI bus parity checking and set the SCSI addresses of the drives and the robotics. The defaults are: parity on; DLT 1 Bus ID = 5; Library Bus ID = 3.

Set Library Mode Use this setting to set the robotics operating mode to Random or Sequential DLT1. Random mode provides complete server control of the robotics. Sequential modes are locally controlled. Sequential DLT1 begins with any cartridge loaded into DLT1. The tape drive monitors the status of DLT1. When the cartridge is unloaded by the NonStop server, it loads the next cartridge in magazine numerical order. This operation continues to cycle until all of the cartridges have been loaded or until an empty slot is encountered. The default is Sequential. When Sequential DLT1 is selected, an additional Sequential mode option appears that lets you select Normal or Recirculate options. Normal option operates as described above. In Recirculate mode, instead of stopping after the NonStop server has unloaded the cartridge in the last slot, the operation continues by loading the cartridge in slot 1. Recirculation continues until an empty slot is encountered. The default for Sequential mode is Normal.

Set Identification Use this setting to specify the response of the tape drive robotics to the SCSI Inquiry command in the Vendor ID and the Product ID fields. The defaults are: Vendor ID = TSI; Product ID = 515X.

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Set Date

Set Date Use this setting to set the tape drive’s calendar.

Set Time Use this setting to set the tape drive's clock.

Set Baud Rate Use this setting to set the data transmission rate of the tape drive's trace port. This function is intended for use by CEs only. The default is 38400 bits per second.

Set Serial Number Use this setting to alter the tape drive’s serial number stored in the unit. The tape drive's robotics reports these settings in response to the SCSI Inquiry command in the Unit Serial Number page.

Set Unload Mode Use this setting to determine whether a SCSI Move Medium command is interpreted as Implicit or Explicit. If Implicit, the tape drive unloads a tape drive before attempting to move a cartridge from that tape drive. If Explicit, the NonStop server must issue a SCSI Unload command to a tape drive before each Move Medium command that removes a cartridge from that tape drive. The default is Implicit.

Set Autoclean Mode Use this setting to enable an automatic cleaning cycle that operates as part of the cartridge unload sequence whenever the Use Cleaner LED comes on. You can use this function only in Random Operating mode. To use this option, reserve a slot for a cleaning cartridge by using the Reserve Slots option. The default is Disabled.

Set Negotiation This option offers two choices: Initiate Synchronous Negotiation and Set Transfer Rate. Set Initiate Negotiate to allow the tape drive to initiate SCSI Synchronous Negotiation with the NonStop server (the default is No). The tape drive always responds to server-initiated negotiation. Set Transfer Rate can be set to 10 MB/sec, 5 MB/sec or asynchronous. The default is 10 MB/sec.

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Set Reserved Slots Use this setting to reserve a specified number of the slots in the magazine from use. This function can be used only in Random Operating mode. At least one reserved slot is required to use the Autoclean option.

Set Default (Restricted) This option resets all of the preceding configuration options to their factory defaults. Under no circumstances should this option be used. Table 2-2 summarizes the configuration and default settings for the tape drive. Other possible settings are shown in the second column. Table 2-2. Tape Drive Configuration Options Option

Settings

Default

Data Format

Density: Auto Selection

Auto

Compression: Enable, Disable (Enable at 10.0 only)

Auto

SCSI

Lib Bus Parity: Enable, Disable Lib Bus ID: (SCSI ID) DLT1 Bus ID: (SCSI ID)

Enabled 3 5

Library mode

Random, Seq. SDLT1 Sequential mode: Normal, Recirculate

Sequential Normal

Element Base

Transport: NNNN (hex) Storage: NNNN (hex) Transfer: NNNN (hex)

0000 0001 00F0

Identification

Vendor ID: OVERLAND

TSI

Product ID: LXB

515X ACL

Date

DD,MMM,YYYY

Current Date

Time

HH,MM

Current Time

Baud Rate

[service provider use only]

38400

Serial Number

NXNNNNNNN

999999999

Unload mode

Implicit, Explicit

Implicit

AutoClean mode

Disabled, Enabled

Disabled

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Table 2-2. Tape Drive Configuration Options (continued) Option

Settings

Default

Negotiation

Negotiation mode: Do Not Initiate, Initiate Transfer Rate: 10 MB/sec, 5 MB/sec, asynchronous

Do Not Initiate

Reserved Slots

Reserved Slots: 0 through n

0

Special Config

Mode Page 1F Length: Short (0x0E), Long (0x12) Model Number: OVERLAND LX, Blank Line,

Short

DIGITAL TL89x, Vendor Unique TUR Reporting: Standard: report Not Ready; Custom: report Good in Sequential mode Init. Elem. Status: No Inventory, Force Inventory, Force Label Scan Unit Attn. Report: One, All Element Base: One Based, Zero Based Label Size: 1 through 8 characters Label Alignment: Left Align, Right Align Abort Move Status: Busy, Not Ready Default

ODI Defaults, HP Defaults (not to be used)

10 MB/sec

TSI 515X ACL Standard

No Inventory All One Based 8 Chars Left Busy

ODI Defaults

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Installing the Rear Cover

Installing the Rear Cover The tape drive has a rear cover that needs to be attached. Figure 2-12 is a picture of the rear cover. The purpose of the is to protect the Back End Board (BEB) and the fiber cabling. Figure 2-12. Tape Drive Rear Cover

The rear cover will be shipped with the following components:

• •

Rear Cover Push Rivets

Figure 2-13 is a picture of the push rivets. Figure 2-13. Push Rivets

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Installing the Rear Cover

1. To install the rear cover, line up the holes on the cover with the holes on the rear of the tape drive. 2. Place a rivet in each of the holes and then push it in. Note. To remove the rivets, a flat head screw driver and a pair of pliers are needed.

Figure 2-14. Tape Drive with ESD Rear Cover Installed

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Operating the Tape Drive

This section covers the following topics: Using the Front Panel

3-2

The Main Menu

3-9

Unlocking the Control Panel

3-17

Displaying Firmware Revision

3-18

Displaying Error Logs

3-18

Inserting and Removing Tape Cartridges

3-19

Removing the Tape Magazine

3-20

Emergency Tape Magazine Removal

3-20

Inserting a Tape Magazine Into the Tape Drive

3-20

Inserting Tape Cartridges Into the Tape Magazine

3-20

Tape Requirements

3-21

Tape Cartridge Handling and Storage

3-21

Loading and Unloading Tape Cartridges

3-22

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Using the Front Panel

Using the Front Panel The front panel includes the power switch, the magazine door, and the control panel, which has indicators, buttons, and a display.

Power Switch The power switch controls the supply of AC power to the tape drive. It is a pushon/push-off switch. When the power is on, the backplane of the control panel display is illuminated.

Control Panel The control panel consists of four LED indicators, a 4-line by 20-character backlit LCD display, and four buttons. Figure 3-1. Control Panel

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Indicators

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Indicators The control panel consists of four LED indicators, a 4-line by 20 character backlit LCD display, and four buttons. Control panel functions are listed in Table 3-1. The four LED indicators on the control panels are:

• • •

The Ready LED (green) is illuminated when the tape drive is ready to accept commands from either the Control Panel or the NonStop server. When you enter the menu mode, the Ready indicator goes out. The Use Cleaner LED (yellow) indicates that the drive requires cleaning. See Section 5, Maintaining the Tape Drive. When either the Drive Fault or the Loader Fault LED (red) is illuminated, a Fault screen appears on the LCD display. The Fault screen is described later in this section.

Buttons The four buttons on the control panel are Escape, Enter, !, and ". These buttons do not directly control specific functions or options. Instead, use the scroll buttons to navigate from the Default screen through a multilevel menu structure, and then select the desired option from the appropriate menu by pressing Enter. 1. To enter the menu mode and display the Main menu from the Default screen, press Enter. 2. To return to the Main menu from a menu, press Escape repeatedly until the Main menu appears. Pressing the Escape button while the Main menu is displayed exits the menu mode and returns you to the Default screen. 3. To display the Show Status menu only without entering the menu mode, press Escape at the Default screen. The server remains online. Note. When you enter the menu mode, the Ready LED goes out. This means that the tape drive is offline, and the server responds to all commands from the NonStop Server with a SCSI Not Ready until you exit the menu mode, and the Ready LED goes on.

Table 3-1. Control Panel Functions Screen

Escape

Enter

5

6

POST

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

Default

Displays Show Status menu

Enters menu mode

N.A.

N.A.

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Table 3-1. Control Panel Functions Screen

Escape

Enter

5

6

Status Menu (while online)

Returns to Default screen

Same as in menu mode

Same as in menu mode

Same as in menu mode

In Menu Mode

Rejects currently displayed choice, or

Accepts currently displayed choice

Scrolls one line up through list of options, or scrolls part of display one line to top of list of options

Scrolls one line down through list of options, or scrolls part of display one line to bottom of list of options

Clears Soft Errors

N.A.

N.A.

aborts control panel operation in progress, or exits to next higher menu level, or exits menu mode to Default screen Fault

N.A.

Note. There is an auto-repeat feature for the scroll buttons. When you press either button for more than one-half second, the control panel behaves as if you were pressing and releasing the button four times per second. This effect stops when you release the button.

Display Messages The control panel display can show messages of up to four lines of 20 characters each. Many of these messages and their functions are described next. Those displays that are described in other sections are cross-referenced here. Power-On-Self-Test Screen When power is first applied to the tape drive, a series of power-on self-test (POST) diagnostics is performed. During POST execution, the model number of the tape drive, the current date and time, the firmware revision, and the status or result of the test in progress appear on the control panel, as shown in Figure 3-2.

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Buttons

Figure 3-2. POST Screen

Initialization Screens After the POST completes, the library robotics server begins initialization and displays a series of screens. For an example see Figure 3-3. Figure 3-3. Initialization Screen

Default Screen After the POST diagnostics conclude successfully, and initialization is complete, the default screen appears. See Figure 3-4. Figure 3-4. Default Screen

The first line of the Default screen shows the status of the DLT tape drive within the tape drive. Possible status conditions are:

• • • • • • •

No Tape Idle Rewinding Seeking Reading Writing Erasing

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• • • • •

Cleaning Unloaded Loading Unloading Calibrating

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Buttons

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Buttons

The screen's second line displays possible status conditions of the library robotics:

• • • • • • • • • • •

Loader Idle Fetch Stow Diag Active Diag Complete Taking Inventory Elevator Home Checking Drive(s) Orphaned Cartridge Trapped Cartridge Scanning Labels.

The third line in Figure 3-4 represents a map of the tape magazine. A 10-slot tape magazine is shown. The number 1 shows the location of slot 1 (the front slot) in the map. The number 10 shows the location of slot 10 (the rear slot) in the map. A rectangle on this line indicates that a cartridge is present in the corresponding slot of the tape magazine. An underline means that no cartridge is present. Fault Screen When a fault is detected, a screen similar to Figure 3-5 appears. At the same time, either the Drive Fault or the Loader Fault LED is illuminated. Figure 3-5. Fault Screen

The first line in the Fault screen shows a numerical fault symptom code (FSC). The second line shows a brief description of the error. The third and fourth lines contain a one-line or two-line message describing the initial error recovery procedure (ERP).

Selecting Control Panel Display Modes As described previously, the POST screens, the Initialization screen and the Default screen appear without operator or NonStop server intervention. The 5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide —524955-002 3 -7

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Fault screens appear whenever a fault occurs. The screens that follow appear in response to operator actions.

Media Locks To avoid accidental interruption of tape drive operation while the NonStop server is accessing the tape drive, you can be lock electronically by using the Security menu. After the control panel is locked, you must use an unlock code to enter the menu mode. The control panel lock prevents access to the Unlock Door item on the Main menu; therefore, it locks the media as well. See the information on the Security menu under Navigating the Main Menu on page 3-11.

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The Main Menu Figure 3-6. Tape Drive Menu Structure

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The Main Menu

Operating the Tape Drive

Entering the Menu Mode

Entering the Menu Mode Note. When you press Enter to enter the menu mode, the Ready light goes out, indicating that the tape drive is offline. The tape drive responds to all SCSI commands from the server by reporting “Not Ready” until you exit the menu mode and the Ready light goes on. To prevent inadvertent interruption of server operations, the menu mode can be locked by using the Security menu. See Figure 3-14, Security Menu. When the control panel is locked, you must enter the unlock code to display the Main menu. The Show Status menu remains accessible and can be displayed from the Default screen at any time by pressing Escape.

When the Default screen appears, enter the menu mode by pressing Enter. The Main menu shown appears. See Figure 3-7. Figure 3-7. Main Menu

Note. If the Control Panel is locked, the screen shown in Figure 3-8 appears. You need the unlock code for the specific tape drive before proceeding. If you do not know the code, contact the server administrator.

Figure 3-8. Panel Locked Screen

When you press Enter, the screen in Figure 3-9 appears. Figure 3-9. Code Entry Menu

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Exiting the Main Menu

Using the ! and " scroll buttons, set the first digit of the unlock code. When it is set, press Enter to move the cursor to the second digit and repeat the process. After you enter the entire unlock code using this process, press Escape. Then press Enter to confirm the entry. If the code is correct, the Main menu appears. If the code is incorrect, an error screen appears.

Exiting the Main Menu To leave the menu mode and return to the Default screen, press Escape repeatedly. Each time you press Escape, you move up a menu level. When the Main menu is visible, pressing Escape once returns you to the Default screen. Note. When you see an · on line 1 or an ‚on line 4 of the display, you can scroll up or down to reveal more options.

Navigating the Main Menu To select a menu, move the $ to the desired line by using the ! and " scroll buttons. Press Enter to confirm the selection and display the menu. The ! at the end of the fourth line of the Main menu means one or more additional options can be reached by scrolling, using the " button. The options are:

• • • • • • •

Load/Unload Unlock Door Show Status Menu Maintenance Menu Configure Menu Show History Menu Security Menu

The Main menu selections are described next.

Load/Unload For a description of the Load/Unload menu see Loading and Unloading Tape Cartridges on page 3-22.

Unlock Door If you scroll to Unlock Door and press Enter, the magazine door swings open. Note. If the message “Magazine Locked” appears, the NonStop server software has locked the tape magazine. Exiting the backup or HSM software usually releases the lock. In the event of failure with the NonStop server, the software will cycle the power to the Tape Drive to release the lock.

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Load/Unload

Show Status Note. The Show Status menu can be selected directly from the Default screen without entering the menu mode by pressing Escape. In this way, you can check status at any time without interrupting NonStop server operations.

When you select Show Status, either from the Main menu or from the Default screen, the menus shown in Figure 3-10 appears. Figure 3-10. Show Status Menu

The menu options are:

• • •

Library Drive Status(DLT1) Map Info

Move the cursor up or down with the scroll buttons. Then press Enter. Library Status Menu When Library is selected, the menu in Figure 3-11 appears. Figure 3-11. Library Status Menu

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This screen is scrollable and lists the Library status categories:

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Model Number Firmware Revision Date Time Loader Status Autoclean mode Library mode Library Configuration Vendor Identification Product Identification Transport Address Storage Address Transfer Address Serial Number Wide SCSI SCSI Bus ID CSI Bus Parity Negotiation mode Transfer Rate Unload mode Reserved Slots Mode Page 1F Length TUR Reporting Init Element Status Boot Version Flash Type Baud Rate Bar Code Reader Label Size 5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide —524955-002 3- 13

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• •

Drive Status (DLT1) Menu

Label Alignment Abort Move Status

Drive Status (DLT1) Menu When you select the drive, the menu in Figure 3-12 appears. Figure 3-12. Drive Status Menu

XXXX is model number of the tape drive. This screen is scrollable and lists the Drive Status categories.

• • • • • • • • • • • • •

Tape Motion Product Type Tape Format Compression SCSI Bus ID Drive Revision Controller Revision Cartridge Present Hardware Error Cleaning Needed Write Protected Operate Handle Drive Serial No.

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Map Information Screen

Map Information Screen When you select Map Info, a screen similar to Figure 3-13 appears. The location of the element being reported appears on line 1. Figure 3-13. Map Information Menu

Lines 1, 2, 3, and 4 on this screen are scrollable in unison. For each scroll position, line 1 displays one of the following locations:

• •

DLT1 slot 1 through slot 10

If the server software license permits fewer slots than the tape magazine contains and if reserved slots have been designated in accordance with that license or to use the Autoclean mode, fewer slots are displayed. For the procedure on designating reserved slots see Section 2, Installing and Configuring the Tape Drive. Depending on the presence or absence of a tape cartridge in the element being reported, line 2 displays either “Empty” or “Occupied.” Depending on the report for each location, line 3 displays either “Label Valid” or “Label Not Present.” For each location reported, line 4 displays the actual bar code on the label, with up to 8 characters. If there is no label or if no bar code reader is installed, line 4 is blank.

Maintenance The Maintenance menu and the options intended for operator use are described in Section 5, Maintaining the Tape Drive. Additional options on the Maintenance menu that are intended for use by a service provider are described in the Service Manual.

Configure For information about the Configure menu, see Section 2, Installing and Configuring the Tape Drive.

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Show History

Show History The Show History menu enables the operator to review the history of the tape drive. For an example of the use of the Show History menu, see Displaying Error Logs on page 3-18. The configuration history, the original configuration, and statistics on the number of operations the library robotics and the drives have performed. You can be use this menu to retrieve.

Security The Security menu permits the operator to lock the control panel, preventing inadvertent or unauthorized access to the menu mode, which takes the tape drive offline. Note.

• •

When the control panel is locked, you cannot open the magazine door. To display the Status menu without unlocking the control panel by pressing Escape at the Default screen.

Figure 3-14. Security Menu

When you press Enter the screen shown in Figure 3-15 appears. Figure 3-15. Code Select Menu

An underlined cursor appears under the first digit. To set the first digit, press the ! or " scroll button until the desired code number appears. To move the cursor to the second digit, press Enter. Repeat the process for each of the four digits. Remember to copy the 4-digit number. You will need it to enter the menu mode. An unlock code of 0000 disables control panel locking.

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Unlocking the Control Panel

When you press Escape the screen shown in Figure 3-16 appears. XXXX indicates the specific unit code. Figure 3-16. Code Accept Menu

Press Enter when the unlock code that appears is acceptable. Press Escape if it is not acceptable. Press Escape again to return to the Main menu, and again to return to the Default screen.

Unlocking the Control Panel After the control panel is locked through the Security menu, you are asked to enter the security code to enter the menu mode. The security code entry screen shown in Figure 3-17 appears. Figure 3-17. Panel Locked Screen

Note. The control panel lock also prevents operator access to the Unlock Door command on the Main menu. For a detailed discussion of tape magazine locking, see Removing the Tape Magazine on page 3-20 and Inserting a Tape Magazine Into the Tape Drive on page 3-20. Even while the control panel is locked, you can still display the status menu without using the security code by pressing Escape at the Default screen.

When you press Enter, the screen in Figure 3-18 appears. Figure 3-18. Code Entry Menu

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Displaying Firmware Revision

Scroll to set the first digit of the unlock code. Press Enter to move the cursor to the second digit and repeat the process. After you enter the unlock code, press Escape. Press Enter to validate the unlock code or Escape to exit. If the code is correct, the Main menu appears. If the code is incorrect, an error screen appears.

Displaying Firmware Revision You can display the library robotics firmware revision at any time from the Library Status menu under the Show Status menu. It appears on line 2 of the POST screen and the Initialization screens.

Displaying Error Logs To display the error history of the tape drive, use the Show History menu: 1. At the Default screen, press Enter to enter the menu mode. The Main menu appears. 2. At the Main menu, scroll down until the $ is next to Show History menu. 3. Press Enter to select the menu. 4. At the Show History menu, scroll down so that the $ is next to Error History. 5. Press Enter to select the function. A list of 4-line error reports appears in the format shown in Figure 3-19. 6. Scroll through the list to display the error history of the tape drive. Figure 3-19. Error History Screen

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Inserting and Removing Tape Cartridges

Inserting and Removing Tape Cartridges Remove the tape magazine from the tape drive to insert or remove tape cartridges. When inserting tape cartridges, check that the slot intended for use is not already reserved in the server map for a tape cartridge in a tape drive. To avoid conflicts, unload the tape drive, either through the server software or by using the Load/Unload command on the Main menu, described earlier in this section. To insert or remove the tape magazine:

• •

The control panel must be unlocked; otherwise, it is impossible to enter the menu mode. The NonStop server must allow removal of the tape magazine. The server software can enable or disable the tape drive door unlock function by using the SCSI Prevent/Allow Medium Removal command. If the server is preventing removal when you select Unlock Door on the Main menu and press Enter, the message “Magazine Locked” appears. To release the lock, exit the server software. If the server failure prevents the server from releasing the lock, power up the tape drive.

Note. If the above conditions are met and you are still unable to open the magazine door, see “Emergency Magazine Removal”.

Figure 3-20. Tape Magazine in Place

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Removing the Tape Magazine

Removing the Tape Magazine When the tape magazine door is closed, it is locked in place to prevent tampering or accidental removal. To remove the magazine, enter the menu mode by pressing Enter at the Default screen. At the Main menu, select Unlock Door and press Enter. The magazine door swings open.

Emergency Tape Magazine Removal If a fault occurs that prevents removal of the magazine, turn the power off for 30 seconds. Power up while continuously pressing the ! scroll button. Continue to hold the button until all of the indicators on the control panel are lit and then go out. Release the button and the door swings open.

Inserting a Tape Magazine Into the Tape Drive If the tape magazine door on the front of the tape drive is closed and locked, to open it: 1. Enter the menu mode by pressing Enter at the Default screen. 2. At the Main menu, select Unlock Door and press Enter. The tape magazine door swings open. 3. Slide the tape magazine through the door opening, with the tape cartridges protruding from the left. 4. When the tape magazine is fully inserted, push the door closed until it locks.

Inserting Tape Cartridges Into the Tape Magazine Figure 3-22 shows a full tape magazine. Insert tape cartridges so that the label end with the write protect switch is outward and toward the bottom of the tape magazine. After the desired tape cartridges are inserted into the tape magazine, position the tape drive so the tape cartridges protrude to the left, and the tape

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Tape Requirements

magazine handle is toward you (Figure 3-21). Insert the tape magazine into the tape drive with this orientation. Figure 3-21. Tape Magazine With Cartridges Installed

Tape Requirements The Tape Drive uses ECMA-approved and ANSI proposed-standard DLTtape cartridges. The DLTtape cartridge is a 4-inch square plastic cartridge. According to the media manufacturer, the cartridge and medium are designed to withstand 1,000,000 passes and have a shelf life of 30 years or more when properly stored. The Tape Drive uses DLTtape IV cartridges, which contain 1800 feet of tape. The noncompressed capacity of DLTtape IV in the tape drive is 35 GB. Under average conditions of data compression, these capacities may be multiplied by two when compression is used.

Tape Cartridge Handling and Storage The high reliability of HP’s tape storage equipment lets organizations store critical data with confidence. But even the finest technology can be handicapped by a faulty tape cartridge. Modern manufacturing techniques and stringent quality assurance programs make factory defective cartridges, and a lack of awareness lets them get used. Such cartridges can harm tape drives and comprise the integrity of valuable data. 5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide —524955-002 3- 21

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General Precautions

Fortunately, the simple precautions explained here will allow the user to avoid damaging cartridges and to recognize those that are. This document will be helpful in getting the best use of the storage media and keep it as reliable as our equipment.

General Precautions 1. Always carefully inspect incoming shipments of cartridges: a. Check the box for signs of damage or moisture. Refuse any shipments in a damaged container. b. If the container is sound, examine the actual cartridges for damage. Refuse any shipment that includes damaged cartridges.

2. Maintain a clean work environment free of dust, heat, and humidity.

Loading and Unloading Tape Cartridges The Load/Unload menu enables you to specify a source and a destination for a tape cartridge. As a result, the procedure is the same to load for unload. To load or unload a tape from the front panel of the tape drive, use the Load/Unload menus. Figure 3-22. Default Screen

Figure 3-22 shows a default screen. DLT1 has a tape loaded. When this screen indicates DLT1 Idle, the tape drive has a tape cartridge loaded and is awaiting instructions. slot 1 of the tape magazine has a tape cartridge present, but the remaining slots are empty. From the Default screen, enter the menu mode by pressing Enter. The Main menu shown in Figure 3-23 appears. Note. If the control panel has been locked, the screen shown in Figure 3-9 appears. If you do not know the unlock code, contact the server administrator.

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Loading and Unloading Tape Cartridges

Figure 3-23. Main Menu

Press Enter to display the first Load/Unload menu, shown in Figure 3-24. Figure 3-24. Load/Unload Initial Screen

In Figure 3-24, the $ is next to line 2 of the display. Line 2 shows the top item in a scrollable list of sources. Note that a ! appears on the right of the bottom line. As a result, you can now use the "button to scroll through the list and the top item on the list appears. You press the "button, three things happen:

• • •

The list scrolls down one item (only line 2 scrolls). A " appears on the right of line 1 to indicate that there is one or more items above the item displayed on line 2. The * at the left of line 2 disappears. The default selection has been scrolled off screen, and an item from the list has not yet been selected. The * indicates the current selection or the default selection.

Initial Screen - From Line The list on line 2 (Figure 3-24, the From line) includes the tape drive and every tape magazine slot that has a cartridge in it. You cannot select a tape cartridge from a slot or tape drive that is empty. Initial Screen - To Line The list on line 4 (Figure 3-24, the To line) includes all the valid destination choices; that is, all slots that are empty. A tape cartridge cannot be placed in a slot or tape drive that already contains one. If the tape drive is empty, it appears on this list. Scroll List - To Line There is another limitation on the To list. If the tape drive has been selected on the From screen, the To list can include only slots. If a slot has been selected on the From screen, the To list can contain only the tape drive.

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Loading and Unloading Tape Cartridges

Suppose you want to unload the tape cartridge that is in DLT1 to any available slot. Scroll two lines back to DLT1. The display shown in Figure 3-25 appears. Figure 3-25. Load/Unload From Entry Screen

Press Enter to select DLT1. In Figure 3-26, two changes occur in the display:

• •

The * reappears at the beginning of line 2, indicating that a selection has been made. The $ now moves to line 4, indicating that a destination has been selected.

Figure 3-26. Load/Unload To Entry Screen

Press Enter to select slot 2 as the destination. There is an ! at the end of line 4. Additional choices are available because 1) a tape drive has been selected as the source, so the destination must be a slot, and 2) all of the slots except slot 1 are empty, so a list of remaining empty slots appears below slot 2. To select slot 4, scroll down until slot 4 appears on line 4. Press Enter to select slot 4. In response, the confirmation screen in Figure 3-27 appears. Figure 3-27. Confirmation Screen

As the confirmation screen indicates, to execute the load or unload, press Enter. If the confirmation screen does not show the intended source and destination, press Escape to return to the To entry screen.

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Loading and Unloading Tape Cartridges

When you press Enter, the screen shown in Figure 3-28 appears. If the source were a slot, “Load” would appear in place of “Unload” on line 4. Figure 3-28. Load/Unload In Progress Screen

When the load or unload operation is finished, the Default screen reappears. In Figure 3-29, the screen has been updated to show that there is now no tape cartridge in DLT1, and slot 4 is full. Figure 3-29. Updated Default Screen

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Operating the Tape Drive

Loading and Unloading Tape Cartridges

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4 Configuring the Tape Drive for the NonStop S-Series Server This section includes these topics: Supported Connections

4-1

Adding the ACL Unit and the Tape Drive

4-2

Supported Connections You can attach the tape drive to a NonStop S-series server using one of the following:

• • • •

ServerNet/DA IOMF CRU IOMF2 CRU PMF CRU

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Adding the ACL Unit and the Tape Drive

Adding the ACL Unit and the Tape Drive Note. The tape drive product consists of two parts: there is the tape drive and the ACL unit. The ACL unit is a robot that mounts tape cartridges into the tape drive.

ServerNet/DA To add the tape drive to the server configuration database, use the SCF ADD SCSI command to add the ACL unit. Use the SCF ADD TAPE command to add the tape drive. Before issuing these commands, check that the tape drive is installed

properly. To add the ACL unit: ->

SCF

-> ADD SCSI $ACLLIB, SENDTO STORAGE, PRIMARYLOCATION (1,1,51), PRMARYSAC 1, SCSIID 3, PRIMARYCPU 0, BACKUPCPU 1 ->

START SCSI $ACLLIB

->

INFO SCSI $ACLLIB, DETAIL

To add the tape drive: ->

SCF

-> ADD TAPE $ACLTAP, SENDTO STORAGE, LOCATION (1,1,51), SAC 1, DEVICEID 5, PRIMARYCPU 0, BACKUPCPU 1 ->

START TAPE $ACLTAP

->

INFO TAPE $ACLTAP, DETAIL

For complete details about the ADD and INFO commands, including command syntax, see the SCF Reference Manual for the Storage Subsystem.

PMF CRU To add the tape drive to the server configuration database, use the SCF ADD SCSI command to add the ACL unit. Use the SCF ADD TAPE command to add the tape drive. Before issuing these commands, check that the 515 ACL is installed

properly. To add the ACL unit: ->

SCF

-> ADD SCSI $ACLLIB, SENDTO STORAGE, PRIMARYLOCATION (1,1,50), SCSIID 3, PRIMARYCPU 0, BACKUPCPU 1 ->

START SCSI $ACLLIB

->

INFO SCSI $ACLLIB, DETAIL

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PMF CRU

To add the tape drive: ->

SCF

-> ADD TAPE $ACLTAP, SENDTO STORAGE, LOCATION (1,1,50), DEVICEID 5, PRIMARYCPU 0, BACKUPCPU 1 ->

START TAPE $ACLTAP

->

INFO TAPE $ACLTAP, DETAIL

In this example:

• • • •

The LOCATION attribute specifies the location (group, module, and slot) of the PMF CRU (adapter) to which the tape drive is attached. The DEVICEID attribute shows the device ID that is configured for the device. This ID must match the SCSI ID that is physically set in the device. The PRIMARYCPU attribute specifies the processor in which the primary tape process should execute. The BACKUPCPU attribute specifies the processor in which the tape process starts its backup process.

For more information on the ADD and INFO commands, see the SCF Reference Manual for the Storage Subsystem.

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PMF CRU

5

Maintaining the Tape Drive

This section includes these topics:

Cleaning the Tape Drive

5-1

Installing the Cleaning Cartridge

5-1

Running From the Front Panel

5-2

Removing the Cleaning Cartridge

5-4

The only required maintenance task is to periodically run or replace the cleaning cartridge. You can run user diagnostics from the Demo menu. To check the operation of the tape drive. Occasionally, HP issues new firmware upgrades that must be performed by a service provider.

Cleaning the Tape Drive To run a cleaning cartridge, issue a command to run the cartridge from the control panel, or select the Auto Clean mode on the Configure menu, described in Section 2, Installing and Configuring the Tape Drive. The procedures that follow describe how to install a cleaning cartridge, how to clean a tape drive using front panel controls, and how to remove the cleaning cartridge.

Installing the Cleaning Cartridge If you run the cleaning cartridge manually only, there are no restrictions on the location of the cleaning cartridge. However, if the Auto Clean option you use must reserve one or more slots in the magazine by using the Reserved Slots option described in Section 2. Any reserved slots in the magazine become inaccessible to the server software. In these cases, the tape drive designates these inaccessible slots as cleaning cartridge slots. On line 4 of the Maintenance menu shown in Figure 5-3, cleaning slot 1 appears instead of slot 10. If slots have been reserved, cleaning slot 1 is the first reserved slot in the tape magazine.

Installing To install the cleaning cartridge:

1. Examine the Default screen on the Control Panel to determine whether a tape cartridge is loaded in the drive. If so, unload it as described in Section 3, Operating the Tape Drive. 2. Remove the tape magazine from the tape drive using the procedure described in Section 3, Operating the Tape Drive.

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Maintaining the Tape Drive

Running From the Front Panel

3. Remove any tape cartridge present in slot 1 (the slot nearest to the handle), or in cleaning slot 1 (the first reserved slot in the magazine). Note. See “Required Location for the Cleaning Cartridge.”

4.Insert the cleaning cartridge in the slot emptied in Step 3. 5.Insert the magazine in the tape drive. 6.Close the magazine door. Note. The cleaning cartridge is abrasive. Use it only when the Use Cleaner LED comes on.

If you enable the Autoclean mode on the Configuration menu, the ACL runs the cleaning cartridge automatically whenever the Use Cleaner LED comes on.

Running From the Front Panel This procedure requires that the cleaning cartridge be installed in slot 1 of the magazine and that no reserved slots are set. 1. At the Default screen, press Enter. The Main menu appears in Figure 5-1. Figure 5-1. Main Menu

2. Scroll down to move the cursor next to Maintenance menu. Then press Enter to select the Maintenance menu. The Maintenance menu appears in Figure 5-2. Figure 5-2. Maintenance Menu

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Maintaining the Tape Drive

Running From the Front Panel

3. Press Enter once to select Clean Drive. The screen in Figure 5-3 appears. Figure 5-3. Maintenance Menu

4. Line 2 is not scrollable. Press Enter once to accept DLT1. The cursor moves to line 4 of the display. The choices available on Line 4 are slots 1 through 5 or 1 through 10. Press Enter again to use the cleaning cartridge in slot 1. Note. If slot 1 can not to be used for the cleaning cartridge, scroll to line 4 to select another slot. If reserved slots have been set up, line 4 refers to cleaning slot 1, which is the first reserved slot.

1. The Cleaning Confirmation screen appears. Figure 5-4. Cleaning Confirmation Screen

2. As the confirmation screen indicates, to execute the cleaning operation, press Enter. If the confirmation screen does not show the intended drive and cleaning cartridge, press Escape to return to the Cleaning menu. When you press Enter, the In Progress screen appears. Figure 5-5. Cleaning in Progress

When the cleaning operation is finished, the Default screen reappears.

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Maintaining the Tape Drive

Removing the Cleaning Cartridge

Removing the Cleaning Cartridge 1. Check the Default screen on the Control Panel to make sure that the cleaning cartridge has been unloaded from the drive. If not, unload it using the Load/Unload menu, as described in Section 3, Operating the Tape Drive. 2. Remove the magazine by using the procedure described under Inserting and Removing Tape Cartridges on page 3-19. 3. Remove the cleaning cartridge from the magazine. 4. Insert any desired tape cartridge into the empty slot. 5. Insert the magazine in the tape drive. 6. Close the magazine door.

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A

Troubleshooting

Fault Screen When a fault is detected, a screen similar to Figure A-1 appears. At the same time, either the Drive Fault or the Loader Fault LED is illuminated. Figure A-1. Fault Screen

The first line in the Fault screen shows a numerical Fault Symptom Code (FSC). The second line shows a brief description of the error in place of the words 'Error Description.' The third and fourth lines will contain a one- or two-line message describing the initial error recovery procedure (ERP).

Displaying Error Logs To display the error history of the tape drive, use the Show History menu: 1. At the Default screen, press Enter to enter the menu mode. The Main menu appears. 2. At the Main menu, press the down button five times until the cursor is next to Show History menu. 3. Press Enter to select the menu. 4. At the Show History menu, press the down button once so that the cursor in the display is next to Error History. 5. Press the Enter button to select the function. A circular list of 4-line error reports appears in the format shown in Figure A-2. 6. Using the up and down buttons, scroll the list to display the error history of the tape drive. Figure A-2. Error History Screen

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Recovering from Errors

Troubleshooting

Recovering from Errors Fault Symptom Codes are listed in Table A-2. Error Recovery Procedures (ERP) are described in detail in Table A-1. ERP are listed for each FSC.

Error Recovery Procedures Table A-1 gives error recovery instructions for errors reported on the front panel. This list includes only those procedures that can safely perform by an operator. The Service Manual includes additional procedures that can perform by an experienced service technician. Table A-1. Error Recovery Procedures ERP Number

Procedure Detail

C

Cycle power to the drive using the AC switch on the front panel of the tape drive. Wait 30 seconds to power on again.

D

Turn off power to the tape drive and inspect connectors and cables.

F

Invalid operation. Select parameters correctly and try again.

G

Call a service provider.

Fault Symptom Codes (FSC) Fault Symptom Codes appear in the Fault screen shown in Figure A-1. Each FSC is accompanied by a descriptive message and instructions for clearing the fault. If a fault persists, look up the FSC in Table A-2 and call a service provider. To help identify the problem be sure to provide the FCS. Table A-2. Fault Symptom Codes FSC

Displayed Message

ERP

2072

Drive Power up error

C¬ G

3001

Picker Tries Excd

C¬ D¬ G

3002 3003

Power Down to Clear Picker Tach Errors Elevator Tach Errors

D¬ G D¬ G

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Troubleshooting

Table A-2. Fault Symptom Codes (continued) FSC

Displayed Message

ERP

3100

Picker Jammed

C¬ D¬ G

Power Down to Clear 3200

Elevator Jammed

C¬ D¬ G

Power Down to Clear 5002

All DLTs / Slots Empty

F

Press Enter to Clear 5003

All DLTs / Slots Full

F

Press Enter to Clear 5012

All Drives Full

F

Press Enter to Clear 5014

DLT Already Loaded

F

Press Enter to Clear 5015

Expired Clean’g Cart

F

Press Enter to Clear 5016

Not a Clean’g Cart

F

Press Enter to Clear 5020

All DLTs / Slots Empty

F

Press Enter to Clear 5039

Invalid Unlock Code

F*

Press Enter to Clear

* If the unlock code is unavailable, contact the system administrator. If an error message appears that is not included in Table A-2, write down the fault code number of the FSC and follow the recovery procedure described on line 4 of the display. If the same error occurs again, call a service provider. 5158ACL Tape Drive Installation and User’s Guide —524955-002 A- 3

Troubleshooting for Field Support

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting for Field Support Refer to Section 3, Operating the Tape Drive, for information on the following:

• • • • • • •

Control panel Power-on self-test screen Initialization screens Default screen Entering the menu mode Exiting the menu mode The menu structure

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Index A

D

AC outlet 2-8 ANSI 1-4 Auto Cartridge Loader Media Manager 2-8

Data capacity 1-1, 1-3 Data compression 1-1 Data transfer rate 1-3 Diagnostics CE 1-4 user 1-4 Digital Lempel Ziv 1-1

B Beginning of tape (BOT) 1-4

C Compaction 1-1, 1-3 Compatibility 1-3 Compression 2-9 Configuration ACL unit 4-2 NonStop S-series server 4-1 PMF CRU 4-2 SCSI ID 2-3 ServerNet/DA 4-2 set autoclean mode 2-10 set baud rate 2-10 set data format 2-9 set date 2-10 set identification 2-9 product ID 2-9 vendor ID 2-9 set library mode 2-9 set negotiation 2-10 set SCSI 2-9 set serial number 2-10 set time 2-10 set unload mode 2-10 tape drive 4-2

E ECMA 1-4 EEPROM 1-4 Embedded diagnostics 1-4

F Firmware 1-4

I Installation backend board (BEB) 2-6 cables 2-5 connector locations 2-2 daisychain configuration 2-6 power cord 2-8 rear cover 2-13 SCSI cable 2-5 SCSI terminator 2-6 site setup 2-1

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M

Index

M Magazine 3-20 Maintenance 5-1 Media 1-3 Menus Cleaning Confirmation screen 5-3 Cleaning in Progress 5-3 Code Entry menu 3-10 Configure 2-3, 2-4, 3-11 Confirmation screen 3-24 Default screen 2-3, 3-5 Drive Status menus Cartridge Present 3-14 Cleaning Needed 3-14 Compression 3-14 Controller Revision 3-14 Drive Revision 3-14 Drive Serial No. 3-14 Hardware Error 3-14 Operate Handle 3-14 Product Type 3-14 SCSI Bus ID 3-14 Tape Format 3-14 Tape Motion 3-14 Write Protected 3-14 Error History A-1 Fault screen 3-7, A-1 Library status 3-12 library status abort move status 3-14 autoclean mode 3-13 bar code reader 3-13 baud rate 3-13 boot version 3-13 CSI bus parity 3-13 date 3-13 firmware revision 3-13 flash type 3-13 init element status 3-13

library status (continued) label alignment 3-14 library configuration 3-13 library mode 3-13 loader status 3-13 mode page 3-13 model number 3-13 negotiation mode 3-13 product identification 3-13 reserved slots 3-13 SCSI bus ID 3-13 serial number 3-13 storage address 3-13 time 3-13 transfer address 3-13 transfer rate 3-13 transport address 3-13 TUR reporting 3-13 unload mode 3-13 vendor identification 3-13 wide SCSI 3-13 Load/Unload 3-11 Load/Unload in progress screen 3-25 Main 2-3, 3-23, 5-2 Maintenance 3-11, 5-2 map information screen 3-15 menu structure 3-9 Panel Locked 3-10 Power On Self Test screen 3-4 Security 3-11 Set Reserved Slots menu 2-8 Set SCSI menu 2-4 Set SCSI menu scrolled 2-4 Show History 3-11 Show Status 3-11 Unlock Door 3-11 Microcode 1-4

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O

Index

Modes random 2-9 sequential 2-9 normal 2-9 recirculate 2-9

O Operation control panel 3-2 buttons 3-2 display messages 3-4 functions 3-3 LCD display 3-2 LED indicators 3-2 display modes 3-7 front panel 3-2 power switch 3-2

P Performance 1-1 Power On Self Test 1-4 Power on self test 2-3

S

T Tape Cartridges cleaning 5-1 DLTtape III 1-3 DLTtape IIIxt 1-3 DLTtape IV 1-3 handling and storage 3-21 inserting 3-19 loading and unloading 3-22 removing 3-19 tape requirements 3-21 Tape drive descriptions control panel 1-1 integral fan cooling 1-2 power supply 1-2 product overview 1-1 tape magazine 1-2 Tape magazine 2-3 Transfer rate 1-1 Troubleshooting display error logs A-1 error recovery A-2 fault symptom codes A-2 field support A-4

SCSI cables 2-6 SCSI ID bus 2-4 library 2-4 SCSI MODE SELECT command 1-4 SCSI port 50 pin 2-6 68 pin 2-6 SCSI termination 2-6 Supported connections 4-1

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T

Index

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