IBM 3576 TAPE LIBRARY DRIVER
Data tracks are now written 16 at a time. If you order feature number , you will receive two cords for feature number Ultrium 4 cartridge compatibility – The Ultrium 5 Tape Drive can read and write Ultrium 4 cartridges. The Web UI user can transfer drive logs and drive firmware at very high speeds over an internal Ethernet interface. Through a consistent framework, you can efficiently find information and personalize your ac- cess. Power management – The Ultrium 4 Tape Drive power management function is designed to control the drive electronics to be either completely turned off or in a low-power mode when the circuit functions are not needed for drive operation. Additional copies will be made available.
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IBM System Storage TS Tape Library Models L5B and E9U offer IBM LTO Ultrium 4 technology
Adaptive lkbrary equalization – Designed to automatically compensate for dynamic ta;e in readback signal response. At least one SAS cable must be specified on the initial plant order. The TS Tape Library constitutes an excellent tape storage solution for customers with existing digital linear tape experience or requiring high-performance automated tape backup. Ultrium 3 cartridge compatibility – The Ultrium 4 Tape Drive can read and write Ultrium 3 cartridges. Application managed and library managed library managed encryption management is available through tapr Library Managed Encryption feature IBM-patented Multi-Path Architecture with logical library support for single or multiserver attachment of homogeneous or heterogeneous systems or applications Optional path failover for both control paths and data paths Capacity on Demand growth options in its llbrary modules Local user interface support with a color touchscreen Stand-alone free-standing library or optional rack mounting in an industry-standard inch rack The TS Tape Library is an excellent choice, if you are: System Managed and Library Managed Encryption management is available through the Encryption Configuration feature The TS Tape Library is suitable for use in network attached storage implementations, such as backups and mass storage archives where multiterabyte capacities are required.
In the next pull down menu that appears which is labeled “Product Family”, select “Tape Systems”. Although the Ultrium 5 Tape Drive provides the capability for excellent tape performance, other components of the system may limit the actual performance achieved.
Physical specifications Model L5B: Each Model E9U has approximately half of its storage slots enabled by default. Two of feature, or in any combination in a Model L5B; four of feature, or in any combination in a Model E9U E9U Prerequisites: Further, data path failover provides autonomic self-healing capabilities similar to control path failover, and is designed to failover to an alternate data path in the event of a failure in the primary host-side path.
Experiencing growth in online storage requirements Considering a tape automation solution for your data storage needs Considering an Ultrium tape solution The IBM System Storage TS Tape Library is designed to offer high performance and capacity inm help address the heavy librxry of tape storage. Enablement of the remaining storage slots for each E9U expansion module requires purchase of the capacity expansion feature No Maximum number of features: This capability is ordered with the following feature: Path failover You may use Path Failover to help enhance availability.
Data tracks are written 32 at a time.
Family 3576+01 IBM System Storage TS3310 Tape Library & Expansion Modules
This helps reduce tape damage especially to the edges of the tape and tape debris, which comes from the damaged edges and can accumulate in the head area. This can provide flexibility in SAN configuration, availability, and management. This automated tape library is designed to deliver: Robust drive components optimized for automation environments – Using some of the most robust components available, such as: The tappe path failover is designed to provide a failover mechanism for configuring multiple redundant paths in a SAN environment.
This is achieved by increasing the linear density and the media length. The Ultrium 7 Tape Drive is designed to perform dynamic speed matching at one of fourteen speeds: Tape cartridge physical capacity is up to 1.
An interposer or interposers may be required for attachment to various server adapters. An independent loader motor coupled with the positive pin retention is designed to cause the tape to thread with a higher level of reliability.
Feature is not available in India for use. An encryption key manager component be available to the Linux system. System Managed and Library Managed Encryption management is available through the Transparent LTO Encryption feature IBM’s patented Multi-Path Architecture with logical libraries support for single or multiserver attachment of homogeneous or heterogeneous systems or applications Optional path failover for both control paths and data paths Capacity on demand growth options in its Expansion Modules Local user interface UI support, consisting of a color touchscreen Standalone free-standing library or optional rack mounting in an industry-standard ,ibrary rack.
The third-generation drive electronics tapf designed to provide on-the-fly error correction of soft errors in the memory arrays in data and control paths.
IBM System Storage TS3310 Tape Library 3576 Models L5B and E9U offer IBM LTO Ultrium 4 technology
The Ultrium 8 Tape Drive power management function is designed to control the drive electronics to be either completely turned off or in low-power mode when the circuit functions are not needed for drive operation. Ultrium 3 cartridges can be resident in the same TS Tape Library with the Ultrium 2 and Ultrium 1 data cartridges.
IBM patented “Scheme-Swapping” compression is designed 35776 look ahead at incoming data and determine the most efficient storage method either ALDC or pass-thru mode to help provide optimal data compression and increase data throughput.
This is achieved by increasing the linear density, track density, and the media length.