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    User’s Guide User’s Guide User’s Guide User’s Guide User’s Guide Quantum PX500 Series Quantum PX500 Series 81-81290-05 B01...

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    Quantum Corporation is prohibited by law and constitutes a punishable violation of the law. TRADEMARK STATEMENT DLT, SDLT, DLTtape III, DLTtape IV and Super DLTtape I are all trademarks of Quantum Corporation. Other trademarks may be mentioned herein which belong to other companies.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    DLTSage™ Tape Security................31 Mixed Media Support ..................31 Library Scalability (Stacked Configurations)..........31 Getting Started ....................35 Installing the Quantum PX500 Series ............ 35 Cabling the Quantum PX500 Series ............38 Loading Tape Cartridges................. 38 Initial Configuration................. 39 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

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    Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Quantum PX500 Series Web Pages ............... 86 Quantum PX500 Series Web Page Menu Items........86 Accessing PX500 Series Web Pages............89 Using the Quantum PX500 Series Web Pages ........89 Quick Status....................90 Status........................92 Overview Page ..................92 Hardware Status Page................

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Utilities ......................139 Library ...................... 139 System Tests .................... 142 Maintenance .................... 144 Logs......................146 Reference ......................147 Logout......................149 Chapter 4 SNMP Trap List Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Common Problems and Solutions............... 177 Start-up Problems ................... 178 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Providing Necessary Tools and Equipment ........203 Taking ESD Precautions ................ 203 Installing the Library ..................204 Locating the Mounting Position ............204 Installing the Library................206 Loading the Tape Cartridges ..............221 Initial Configuration................221 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

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    Regulatory Statements Notice for USA and CANADA Only ............242 Laser Statement ..................242 Dichiarazione sulla batteria della libreria ........... 251 Disposal of Electrical and Electronic Equipment ........262 Declaration of Conformity................263 Glossary Index Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Figure 15 PX506 Back Panel ............... 29 Figure 16 PX510 Back Pane ................ 30 Figure 17 Multiple Library Stack (Cross Section........32 Figure 18 Connecting the Library to the Local Area Network ..... 38 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide viii...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Statistics Screen................67 Figure 43 Operations Screen............... 68 Figure 44 Library Operations Screen ............69 Figure 45 Match Label Screen ..............70 Figure 46 Move From Screen..............71 Figure 47 Drive Operations Screen ............72 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Figure 57 Component Tests Screen ............82 Figure 58 Load Port Settings ..............84 Figure 59 Quantum PX500 Series Web Page Menu Items ..... 87 Figure 60 Quantum Tape Security Menus ..........88 Figure 61 Overview Page................89 Figure 62 Status Page ..................

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Figure 102 Location of the Reel Locks and the Hub ....... 198 Figure 103 Opening the Tape Cartridge Door ......... 199 Figure 104 Write Protect Switch ..............200 Figure 105 Rack Space Requirements ............202 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Figure 127 Moving the Robotics ..............234 Figure 128 Inserting the Metal Restraint ..........235 Figure 129 Installing the Robotics Restraints........... 236 Figure 130 Securing the Robotics............... 237 Figure 131 Preparing the Library for Shipping ........239 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Library Operations Options............69 Table 13 Drive Options ................73 Table 14 Cabinet Setup................74 Table 15 Library Setup ................76 Table 16 Security Setup ................77 Table 17 Import/Export Option Settings ..........83 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide xiii...

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    Unit Dimensions/Weight ............190 Table 41 Capacities................... 190 Table 42 Performance Specifications ............. 192 Table 43 Library Performance ..............192 Table 44 Reliability Specifications ............193 Table 45 Tape Drive Specifications............194 Table 46 Power ..................194 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Rack Hole Types ............... 204 Table 49 PX502 Rail Hole Patterns and Mounting Positions ..... 205 Table 50 Library Mounting Hardware..........206 Table 51 Back Mounting Bracket Orientation ........212 Table 52 Setting Up the Cabinet............. 224 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

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    Preface Audience This document is written for operators of the PX500 Series consisting of the PX502, PX506, and PX510 tape libraries. This document explains how to use the PX502, PX506, and PX510 tape Purpose libraries. Document Organization This document is organized as follows: •...

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    Preface • Chapter 5, Troubleshooting, discusses problems you may encounter during the setup and operation of the PX500 Series library. • Appendix A, Specifications, lists the specifications for the PX500 Series libraries. • Appendix B, SDLTtape Cartridge Maintenance, provides guidelines for handling SDLT cartridges and visually inspecting them if necessary.

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    SNMP. 81-81627 PX500 Series DLTSage™ Provides information on Secure Tape Quick Start creating secure keys on Guide your library. Refer to the appropriate product manuals for information about your tape drives and cartridges. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide xviii...

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    Englewood, CO 80112 (800) 854-7179 or (303) 397-2740 Contacts Quantum company contacts are listed below. Quantum Corporate Headquarters To order documentation on the PX500 Series or other products contact: Quantum Corporation P.O. Box 57100 Irvine, CA 92619-7100 (949) 856-7800 (800) 284-5101...

  • Page 20: Storagecare Guardian

    Quantum to proactively monitor the health of Quantum products, use diagnostic data to predict possible failures, and determine whether or not the problem involves a Quantum product or other critical component in the environment. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

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    StorageCare Guardian allows Quantum to • Monitor diagnostic data related to Quantum products • Receive alarms that notify Quantum of issues at the customer site • Run diagnostic utilities to more quickly determine the root cause of issues •...

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    StorageCare Guardian provides information and updates to the Quantum Enterprise Server that resides at Quantum Support. 4 If an error or problem is detected, Quantum queues a request to the agent for data collection or real-time access to StorageCare Guardian the system.

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    Preface StorageCare Guardian 8 Quantum can identify if the backup problem is not associated with the Quantum device and then direct the customer to resolve the issue with appropriate third-party vendor. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide xxiii...

  • Page 24: Chapter 1 Library Description

    Chapter 1 Library Description This chapter provides an overview of the PX500 Series consisting of the PX502, PX506, and PX510 libraries. The chapter is divided into the following sections: • Overview • Tape Drives • Library Features • DLTSage™ Tape Security •...

  • Page 25: Overview, Library Models

    Chapter 1 Library Description Overview Overview Quantum PX500 Series libraries are automated tape storage and retrieval devices that (depending on library model, see Library Models) may consist of up to 20 tape drives and up to 170 SDLT or 200 LTO tape cartridges.

  • Page 26: Figure 1 Slot Numbering, Px502 Sdlt

    0002 0007 0012 0003 0008 0013 0004 0009 0014 Gripper 0025 0015 0020 0016 0021 0026 0030 0017 0022 0027 0031 0018 0028 0023 0019 0024 0029 SDLT magazines have 15 cartridges Fixed cartridge slots Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 27: Figure 2 Slot Numbering, Px502 Lto

    0004 0010 0016 0005 0011 0017 Gripper 0018 0024 0030 0036 0019 0025 0031 0020 0026 0032 0037 0021 0027 0033 0022 0028 0034 0023 0029 0035 Fixed cartridge slots LTO magazines have 18 cartridges Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

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    100 LTO cartridges. Cartridges are stored in four removable cartridge magazines and twenty-eight fixed slots. # Tape # Fixed Drives # Magazines Slots Cartridges SDLT 0 - 6 4 (15 slots per magazine) 0 - 6 4 (18 slots per magazine) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 29: Figure 3 Slot Numbering, Px506 Sdlt

    4 drive 3 0082 0083 0046 0056 0051 0084 0052 0057 0047 Tape Tape 0085 0048 0053 0058 drive 6 drive 5 0086 0049 0054 0059 0087 SDLT magazines have 15 cartridges Right-hand magazines Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 30: Figure 4 Slot Numbering, Px506 Lto

    2 0095 0055 0061 0067 0096 0056 0062 0068 0097 0057 0063 0069 Tape Tape 0098 0058 0064 0070 drive 6 drive 5 0099 0059 0065 0071 LTO magazines have 18 cartridges Right-hand magazines Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

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    201 LTO cartridges. Cartridges are stored in ten removable cartridge magazines and twenty-one fixed slots. # Tape # Fixed Drives # Magazines Slots Cartridges SDLT 0 - 10 10 (15 slots per magazine) 0 - 10 10 (18 slots per magazine) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 32: Figure 5 Slot Numbering, Px510 Sdlt

    0142 0147 0062 0067 0072 0168 Tape Tape 0169 0138 0143 0148 0063 0068 0073 drive 10 drive 9 0170 0139 0144 0149 0064 0069 0074 Left-hand magazines SDLT magazines have 15 cartridges Right-hand magazines Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 33: Figure 6 Slot Numbering, Px510 Lto

    0081 0087 0165 0171 0177 0198 Tape Tape 0076 0082 0088 0166 0172 0178 0199 drive 10 drive 9 0167 0173 0179 0077 0083 0089 0200 LTO magazines have 18 cartridges Left-hand magazines Right-hand magazines Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 34: Tape Drives, Tape Drive Types, Table 1 Sdlt 320 Performance Characteristics

    Tape Drives Tape Drives PX500 Series tape libraries are equipped with either SCSI or native Fibre Channel tape drives. One SCSI or Fibre bus is provided for the library robotics (gripper) and for each tape drive installed. SCSI buses are SCSI-2 fast/wide (8/16 bit), Ultra 3 SCSI, Ultra 160, or Ultra 320 SCSI, depending on the drives installed.

  • Page 35: Table 2 Sdlt 600 Performance Characteristics

    Compressed Capacity in TB (600 GB per cartridge) 19.2 Throughput (GB/hr) based on 36 MB/sec transfer rate Compressed Throughput (GB/hr) based on 72 MB/ sec transfer rate Compressed capacity assumes a 2:1 compression ratio. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 36: Table 3 Dlt-s4 Performance Characteristics

    Compressed Capacity in TB (1600 GB per cartridge) 51.2 Throughput (GB/hr) based on 60 MB/sec transfer rate Compressed Throughput (GB/hr) based on 120 MB/ sec transfer rate Compressed capacity assumes a 2:1 compression ratio. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 37: Table 4 Hp Lto Performance Characteristics

    Compressed Throughput (TB/hr) based on 120 MB/ sec transfer rate Compressed capacity assumes a 2:1 compression ratio. Table 4 HP LTO Performance Quantum PX502 HP LTO Model (drives/slots) 2/38 Characteristics Capacity in Terabytes (TB) (200 GB per cartridge) Compressed Capacity in TB (400 GB per cartridge) 15.2...

  • Page 38: Table 5 Hp Lto-3 Performance Characteristics

    Chapter 1 Library Description Tape Drives Quantum PX506 HP LTO Model (drives/slots) 6/100 Capacity in Terabytes (TB) (200 GB per cartridge) Compressed Capacity in TB (400 GB per cartridge) Throughput (GB/hr) based on 30 MB/sec transfer rate Compressed Throughput (TB/hr) based on 60 MB/ sec transfer rate Compressed capacity assumes a 2:1 compression ratio.

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    Compressed capacity assumes a 2:1 compression ratio. When fewer than the maximum number of drives are Note: installed in a Quantum PX500 Series library, the tape drives must occupy consecutive drive bays, beginning with drive bay 1. If a drive experiences read/write errors when the AutoClean function is enabled, the library issues an error message stating that drive cleaning is required.

  • Page 40: Library Features, Front Panel

    PX502 library front panel. Figure 8 Front Panel illustrates the features of the PX506 library front panel. Figure 9 illustrates the features of the PX510 library front panel These features are described in table Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 41: Figure 7 Px502 Front Panel

    Chapter 1 Library Description Library Features Figure 7 PX502 Front Panel PX502 Operator control panel (OCP) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 42: Figure 8 Px506 Front Panel

    Chapter 1 Library Description Library Features Figure 8 PX506 Front Panel PX506 Operator control panel (OCP) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 43: Figure 9 Px510 Front Panel

    Chapter 1 Library Description Library Features Figure 9 PX510 Front Panel PX510 Operator control panel (OCP) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 44: Table 6 Front Panel Features

    • Steady green - indicates a idle state indicator • Flashing green - indicates a busy state • Flashing amber - indicates an attention state • Steady amber - indicates an error Magazine These doors protect the data cartridge magazines. access doors Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 45: Internal Layout, Figure 10 Px502 Internal Layout

    PX502 library. Figure 11 Internal Layout illustrates the internal layout of a PX506 library. Figure 10 PX502 Internal Elevator Layout 2 fixed bins Right cartridge magazine Tape drives Left cartridge magazine Gripper Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 46: Figure 11 Px506 Internal Layout

    Figure 11 PX506 Internal Elevator Layout Fixed bins (19 on right side) Cartridge Magazines (2 on right side) Tape drives Gripper Tape drives Fixed bins (9 on left side) Cartridge Magazines (2 on left side) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 47: Figure 12 Px510 Internal Layout (right-view)

    Chapter 1 Library Description Library Features Figure 12 PX510 Internal Layout (Right-View) Elevator Fixed bins (21 on right side) Cartridge Magazines (5 on right side) (21 on right side) Tape drives Gripper Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 48: Figure 13 Px510 Internal Layout (right-view)

    Chapter 1 Library Description Library Features Figure 13 PX510 Internal Layout (Right-View) Cartridge Magazines (5 on left side) (21 on right side) Tape drives Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 49: Back Panel

    Fibre Channel SCB - provides a single Fibre Channel port for a host connection • Surrogate SCB (PX502 Only) - provides the ability to allow the SCSI bus on tape drive one to also act as the media changer Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

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    The PX506 and PX510 both contain two cooling fans in the library chassis. Figure 14 illustrates the back panel of the PX502 library. Figure 15 illustrates the back panel of the PX506 library. Figure 16 illustrates the back panel of the PX510 library. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 51: Figure 14 Px502 Back Panel

    Chapter 1 Library Description Library Features Figure 14 PX502 Back Panel CPCI card cage System controller board Tape Power supplies Power connectors drives Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 52: Figure 15 Px506 Back Panel

    Chapter 1 Library Description Library Features Figure 15 PX506 Back Panel Cooling fan CPCI card cage Cooling fan System controller board Power connectors Tape drives Power supplies x 4 Tape drives x 6 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 53: Figure 16 Px510 Back Pane

    Chapter 1 Library Description Library Features Figure 16 PX510 Back Pane Cooling fans CPCI card cage System controller board Power Tape drives connectors x 10 Power supplies x 6 Power connectors Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 54: Dltsage™ Tape Security, Mixed Media Support, Library Scalability (stacked Configurations)

    Chapter 1 Library Description DLTSage™ Tape Security DLTSage™ Tape Security The PX500 Series tape libraries with DLT-S4 tape drives are capable of utilizing DLTSage Tape security. DLTSage Tape Security is a unique solution designed to prevent unauthorized access to tape cartridges which is particularly valuable when protecting tapes that are transported offsite.

  • Page 55: Figure 17 Multiple Library Stack (cross Section

    PX506 library modules. Table 9 lists the capacities of all multiple library stacks created using PX510 library modules.You can obtain different capacities by combining PX502, PX506, and PX510 library modules in a multiple library stack. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 56: Table 7 Capacity, Px502 Multiple Library Stack (42u High Rack)

    150.4 150.4 300.8 .The values in the # of Cartridges and Capacity columns assume that all the magazines and fixed cartridge slots are fully populated with data cartridges. † Compressed values assume 2:1 compression ratios. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 57: Table 8 Capacity, Px506 Multiple Library Stack (42u High Rack)

    Compressed values assume 2:1 compression ratios. Table 9 Capacity, PX510 Multiple Library Stack (42U High Rack) # of Cartridges Capacity (in TB) SDLT 320 SDLT 600 DLT-S4 HP LTO Gen 2 HP LTO Gen 3 136.8 273.6 273.6 555.2 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 58: Getting Started, Installing The Quantum Px500 Series

    • Power source (see appendix A on page 189 for power requirements) • Tape cartridges (LTO and/or SDLT) After the Quantum PX500 Series is in it’s final location, the following steps are required to complete the installation: • Installing the Quantum PX500 Series •...

  • Page 59: Table 10 Rack Space Requirements (px502 And Px506)

    Chapter 1 Library Description Getting Started Table 10 Rack Space Requirements (PX502 and PX506) 1 PX502 library module (4U) 1 PX506 library module (10U) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 60: Table 11 Rack Space Requirements (px510)

    Chapter 1 Library Description Getting Started Table 11 Rack Space Requirements (PX510) 1 PX510 library module (18U) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 61: Cabling The Quantum Px500 Series, Loading Tape Cartridges

    If installing a multiple library stack, begin installing the bottom library module first. Cabling the Quantum After the Quantum PX500 Series is in its final location, the tape drives PX500 Series and system controller board must be connected to the backup host system(s).

  • Page 62: Initial Configuration

    Chapter 1 Library Description Getting Started The Quantum PX500 Series must be initially configured with an IP Initial Configuration address before the remote management software is available. Refer to “Using the OCP” on page 60 for information on configuring your PX500 Series network information and preparing for operation.

  • Page 63: Chapter 2 Basic Library Operations, Installing Tape Cartridges

    45 for information on cartridge labels). 2 Set the write-protect switch to either write protect or write enable (see “SDLT Cartridges” on page 43 and “LTO Cartridges” on page 45 for information on write-protect switches). Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 64

    Replace the magazines in the library. Close the library doors. Caution: Placing the cartridges in the bins upside down can cause damage to the library (see figure 20 for SDLT cartridges and figure 21 for LTO cartridges). Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 65: Taking Esd Precautions

    Loss of data could result from damaged tape cartridges inserted in tape drives. Components within the PX500 Series contain static-sensitive parts. To Taking ESD Precautions prevent damage to these parts while performing installation,...

  • Page 66: Sdlt Cartridges

    You cannot choose the sequence of labels inside the bar code label packs. No two packs are ever the same to avoid issues with duplicate bar code IDs. Place the label in the slide-in slot on the front of the cartridge (see figure 19). Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 67: Figure 19 Inserting A Barcode Label (sdlt)

    Set the write-protect switch to protected archiving tape cartridges. Proper Insertion Orientation Refer to figure 20 for proper label placement, write protection settings and insertion orientation. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 68: Lto Cartridges, Figure 20 Sdlt Cartridges

    • L3 = LTO generation 3 (LTO-3) Note: You cannot choose the sequence of labels inside the bar code label packs. No two packs are ever the same to avoid issues with duplicate bar code IDs. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 69: Cleaning Cartridges, Figure 21 Lto Cartridges

    Both SDLT and LTO cleaning cartridge labels begin with CLN (see figure 22 for SDLT and figure 23 for LTO). Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 70: Figure 22 Sdlt Cleaning Cartridges, Figure 23 Lto Cleaning Cartridges

    Chapter 2 Basic Library Operations Installing Tape Cartridges Figure 22 SDLT Cleaning Cartridges Figure 23 LTO Cleaning Cartridges Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 71: Preparing The Library For Operation, Close The Cabinet Doors And Access Panels

    • Close the Cabinet Doors and Access Panels • Connecting to Host Workstations Close the Cabinet Doors The PX500 Series libraries have doors covering the tape cartridge and Access Panels magazines. 1 Close the front doors until they latch: •...

  • Page 72: Figure 25 Closing The Px506 Front Doors, Figure

    Chapter 2 Basic Library Operations Preparing the Library for Operation Figure 25 Closing the PX506 Front Doors Left doors Right doors Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 73: Figure 26 Closing The Px510 Front Doors, Figure

    Chapter 2 Basic Library Operations Preparing the Library for Operation Figure 26 Closing the PX510 Front Doors Left doors Right doors Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 74: Connecting To Host Workstations, Figure

    • PX510 Cabling Configuration (SCSI) • PX510 Cabling Configuration (Native Fibre Channel) Note: Quantum ships sufficient SCSI cables and terminators with the libraries to set up two-drives per SCSI bus. Stacked Configuration • PX502 Stacked Cabling Configuration Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 75: Figure 27 Px502 Cabling Configuration (scsi), Figure

    Chapter 2 Basic Library Operations Preparing the Library for Operation Figure 27 PX502 Cabling Configuration (SCSI) Host computer Tape Tape drive 2 drive 1 SCSI jumper cables SCSI terminator Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 76: Figure 28 Px502 Cabling Configuration (surrogate), Figure 29 Px502 Cabling Configuration (native Fibre Channel), Figure

    Configuration (Native Fibre Channel) Fibre Channel host/SAN Tape Tape drive 2 drive 1 LTO-2, -3 native Fibre Channel drives shown. SDLT 600 and DLT-S4 native Fibre Channel drives have only one FC port Fibre Channel ports Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 77: Figure 30 Px506 Cabling Configuration (scsi), Figure

    Figure 30 PX506 Cabling Configuration (SCSI) SCSI Tape Tape jumper drive 2 drive 1 Host computer SCSI jumper Tape Tape drive 4 drive 3 Host computer SCSI SCSI jumper terminators Tape Tape drive 6 drive 5 Host computer Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 78: Figure 31 Px506 Cabling Configuration (native Fibre Channel), Figure

    3 LTO-2, -3 native Fibre Channel Fibre Channel ports drives shown. Tape Tape SDLT 600 and DLT- drive 6 drive 5 S4 native Fibre Channel drives have only one FC port Fibre Channel ports Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 79: Figure 32 Px510 Cabling Configuration (scsi), Figure

    Host computer Host computer Tape Tape SCSI drive 6 drive 5 jumper Host computer Tape Tape drive 7 drive 8 Host computer SCSI terminators Tape Tape drive 9 drive 10 Host computer SCSI jumper Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 80: Figure 33 Px510 Cabling Configuration (native Fibre Channel), Figure

    8 drive 7 Fibre Channel ports LTO-2, -3 native Tape Tape Fibre Channel drive 10 drive 9 drives shown. SDLT 600 and DLT-S4 native Fibre Channel drives have only one FC Fibre Channel port ports Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 81: Figure 34 Px502 Stacked Cabling Configuration, Figure

    PX502 (slave library) Tape Tape drive 2 drive 1 Host computer PX502 (slave library) Tape Tape drive 2 drive 1 Host computer The library host and Ethernet network are connected only to the Master library. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 82: Turning The Library On And Off, Turning On The Library

    2 Push the power button located in the lower left-hand corner of the OCP (see figure 35). During the power up sequence, the library performs an inventory. The power up sequence can take several minutes. Figure 35 Turning On the Library Power button Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 83: Turning Off The Library, Placing The Library On-line Or Off-line, Using The Ocp, Home Screen

    The first screen the OCP displays after library initialization is the main Home Screen screen. This screen displays library status and provides information on the number of tape drives, slots, and serial number (see figure Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 84: Ocp Home Screen, Ocp Buttons, Ocp Components, Figure

    OCP screen. The OCP also contains a power button for turning the library on and off. OCP Components The OCP allows the user to perform various functions on the Quantum PX500 Series library. Table Figure 36 provides a list of the OCP...

  • Page 85: Figure 36 Ocp Component Tree, Figure

    Chapter 2 Basic Library Operations OCP Components Figure 36 OCP Component Tree Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 86: Info Screen, Figure 37 Info Screen, Figure

    Chapter 2 Basic Library Operations OCP Components The following sections provide information on each function available from the Quantum PX500 Series OCP: • Info Screen • Operations Screen • Setup Screen • Diags Screen screen provides access to library information such as hardware...

  • Page 87: Figure 38 Overview Screen, Figure

    2 Press to review the network information such as the Back Next current IP address, network mask, and gateway information. 3 When you are finished viewing overview information, press Exit return to the screen. Info Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 88: Figure 39 Hardware Screen, Figure 40 Hardware Information, Figure

    Power Supply Power supply information displays the power supply sensor details. Robotics Robotics information displays the robotic sensor details. OCP information displays the OCP sensor details. Drives Drives information displays the tape drive sensor details. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 89: Figure 41 Event Log Screen, Figure

    Use the Back and Next buttons to move between events. 4 When you are finished viewing the event logs, press to return to Exit screen. Refer to chapter 4 on page 150 for detailed event Info information. Statistics Information To view statistics information: Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 90: Figure 42 Statistics Screen, Figure

    DrvUnlR – count of retries for cartridge unloads in drives. • XYmove – count of horizontal moves. • Zmove – count of vertical moves. • Pmove – count of extension moves. • Rmove – count of rotation moves. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 91: Operations Screen, Figure 43 Operations Screen, Figure

    43): Operations Figure 43 Operations Screen Exit screen provides the following choices: • Library Operations • Find Tape • Move Tape • Drive Operations • Scan Inventory Library Operations To view library operations information: Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 92: Figure 44 Library Operations Screen, Figure, Table 12 Library Operations Options

    Select the magazine you wish to release and press . Press Enter Exit to cancel. : If there are no magazines installed or if Note the magazines are configured as load ports, this line will not display. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 93: Figure 45 Match Label Screen, Figure

    Match Label Figure 45 Match Label Screen 2 Use the up and down arrows to cycle through the alpha, numeric, or wildcard (?) characters to enter the tape cartridge label. After each character, press Enter Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 94: Figure 46 Move From Screen, Figure

    Move from selected magazine, tape drive, fixed slot group, and hand/top passthru. 3 Use the up and down arrows to select a tape cartridge from an occupied bin and press Enter Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 95: Figure 47 Drive Operations Screen, Figure

    1 Use the up and down arrows to select a tape drive and press Enter The following drive options are available (see table 13): Ensure that the tape drive does not contain a tape Caution: cartridge prior to powering down the tape drive. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 96: Setup Screen, Figure, Table 13 Drive Options

    To access the screen, press from the screen. The OCP Setup Setup Home displays the screen (see figure 43): Setup Figure 48 Setup Screen Enter Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 97: Figure, Cabinet Setup Screen, Table 14 Cabinet Setup

    IDs for the changer (library) and tape drives. The Host bus option also allows you to set the Fibre Channel settings for any Fibre Channel tape drives installed. Loop ID, topology, and speed for each tape drive can be set. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 98

    Exit Setup Partitions Setup To view or edit the partition information: 1 From the screen, use the up and down arrows to highlight Setup and press Partitions Enter screen displays (see figure 50): Partitions Setup Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 99: Library Setup Screen, Figure, Table 15 Library Setup

    Emulation Select the emulation option to change the library emulation mode. Emulation options are: PX500 or P2000. Auto clean Select the auto clean option to change the library autoclean mode (enable/disable).

  • Page 100: Security Screen, Table 16 Security Setup

    PIN numbers. Press Enter accept each digit and press twice after the last Enter digit of the PIN. You must verify the PIN number. The operator PIN can be 0 to 8 characters long, numbers only. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 101: Network Screen

    DHCP (default setting) • IP address • Subnet mask • Default gateway • Ethernet 0 2 Use the up and down arrows to select the network setting you wish to view or edit and press Enter Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 102: Date And Time Screen

    After you have Enter edited the final setting (seconds), press to accept the new Save settings. 3 When you are finished viewing/editing the date and time information, press to return to the screen. Exit Setup Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 103: Diags Screen, Diagnostic Screen, System-level Test Screen

    To execute a system-level test: 1 From the screen, use the up and down arrows to highlight Diags and press System-level Test Enter screen displays (see figure 55): System-level Test Figure 55 System-level Test Screen Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 104: Subsystem Tests Screen

    Diags and press Subsystem Tests Enter screen displays (see figure 56): Subsystem Tests Figure 56 Subsystem Tests Screen screen provides the following diagnostic tests: Subsystem Tests • XYZ assembly test • Hand assembly test Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 105: Component Tests Screen

    • Home position 2 Use the up and down arrows to select the component test and press to execute. Enter 3 When you are finished executing component tests, press Exit return to the screen. Diags Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 106: Load Port Configuration, Table 17 Import/export Option Settings

    The settings are listed in table 17 and illustrated in figure Table 17 Import/Export Option Setting Manual Access SCSI Element Settings None None Storage element Single column Single column Import/Export element Magazine Entire magazine Import/Export element Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 107: Load Port Settings

    Chapter 2 Basic Library Operations Load Port Configuration Figure 58 Load Port Settings Single column load port Full magazine load port PX502 shown Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 108

    The Quantum PX500 Series library utilizes a web-based interface which allows you to configure and manage the library from a remote workstation on the same network. The Quantum PX500 Series library is managed through the following web pages (accessible using Internet browser software installed on the host computer): •...

  • Page 109: Quantum Px500 Series Web, Quantum Px500 Series Web Page Menu Items

    Quantum PX500 Series Web Pages Quantum PX500 Series Web Pages The internet browser software is not supplied with the Quantum PX500 Series library; you must obtain and install it independently. The Quantum PX500 Series library supports the following internet browsers: •...

  • Page 110: Quantum Px500 Series Web Page Menu Items

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Quantum PX500 Series Web Pages Figure 59 Quantum PX500 Series Web Page Menu Items Status Operations Setup Setup Cont. Utilities Reference Logout Overview Find Identification Events Library Links Library Information Date and Time...

  • Page 111: Quantum Tape Security Menus

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Quantum PX500 Series Web Pages Figure 60 Quantum Tape Setup Security Menus Secure Key Protection Mode Never write... Only write... Write to all... Enable/Disable... Enable all drives Disable all drives Select drives Select Secure Key Sec.

  • Page 112: Accessing Px500 Series Web, Using The Quantum Px500 Series Web, Overview

    Figure 61 Overview Page Banner area Quick status Navigation area Content area Using the Quantum PX500 The first page that displays when you access the Quantum PX500 Series Series Web Pages web pages is the Quantum PX500 Series page (see figure 61).

  • Page 113: Quick Status, Table 18 Quick Status Library Health Conditions, Table 19 Quick Status Health Messages

    • Content area The banner frame displays the corporate logo and product name. The contents frame displays a list of the Quantum PX500 Series web pages. To view a page, click its corresponding link. The management frame displays the page you selected.

  • Page 114

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Quantum PX500 Series Web Pages Quick Status Messages Description The gripper has stopped. Check Stopped the error log and contact Quantum Customer Support if necessary. A library door is open. Door Open Tape Cleaning A tape drive is being cleaned.

  • Page 115: Status, Overview

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Status Status page displays the general status or health of the library as well Status as specific hardware status. The page also provides access to event logs as well as library statistics. page is divided into the following sections: Status •...

  • Page 116: Hardware Status

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Status status page displays the library component status within Hardware Hardware Status Page the library. To access the page, from the page, click on the Hardware Status Hardware tab at the top of the page.

  • Page 117: Event Log

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Status page allows the user to view events that occur on the Event Log Event Log Page library. These events are divided into the following categories: • All - views all events in all categories •...

  • Page 118: Statistics

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Status 1 In the page, change the areas to reflect the Event Log From time range of the event log you wish to view. Click the up and down arrows to change the hour and/or minute values by increments of one.

  • Page 119: Table 20 Statistics Information

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Status Table 20 Statistics Information Cabinet or Component Statistical Information Cabinet (library) Time since last power-on (seconds) Time processing robot commands (seconds) Estimated number of power cycles Attempted slot/port picks Attempted slot/port places...

  • Page 120

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Status Cabinet or Component Statistical Information Number of extension retries Number of gripper retries Number of depth retries Number of rotary retries Number of drive place retries Number of drive pick retries Number of partially gripped cartridge...

  • Page 121: Operations, Statistics

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Operations Figure 65 Statistics Page Note: Statistics for individual elements (a specific drive, slot, or port) are included in the element detail window and can be viewed by clicking on a drive, slot, or port link from zoom windows accessed via the pages.

  • Page 122: Accessing The Operations, Find, Operations

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Operations Accessing the To access the page, click from the contents frame. Operations Operations Operations Page The management frame displays the page (see figure 62). Operations Figure 66 Operations Page page allows the user to find and locate specific barcodes within...

  • Page 123: Find

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Operations Figure 67 Find Page Find barcode Find Media ID Select physical/logical page is divided into the following sections: Find • Find Barcode • Find Media ID • Select Map Find Barcode The find barcode section allows the user to find a specific barcode (or partial barcode) within the library and view its location.

  • Page 124

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Operations A separate window displays the barcode(s) sharing the barcode string entered in the barcode field. Click the individual barcode label to display the corresponding cartridge detail page. Find Media ID The show contents section allows the user to locate a specific media ID...

  • Page 125: Move

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Operations : A logical map displays slots, magazines, drives, and fixed Logical Map slots. Clicking on the panel name opens a zoom view of the panel (i.e. similar to pulling out a loadport or drawer) displaying all elements (slots, ports, or drives) in a spreadsheet format.

  • Page 126: Inventory

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Operations To move a cartridge: 1 Select a cabinet, source element (slot, drive, address, or hand), and enter a starting position and count. If the count field is left empty, only the starting cartridge is moved.

  • Page 127: Drives, Inventory

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Operations Figure 69 Inventory Page Inventory To perform an inventory: 1 Select the cabinet or library to inventory. 2 Click to perform the inventory. Apply The progress of the inventory displays in a separate window.

  • Page 128

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Operations Figure 70 Drives Page Drive operations To perform an action on a tape drive(s) 1 Select a cabinet and enter a tape drive number 2 Select the action to perform (power off, power on, or reset).

  • Page 129: Setup, Accessing The Setup

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Setup page is divided into the following sections: Setup • Identification • Users • Key Users • SCSI/Fibre • FC/iSCSI Bridge - Only if a Fibre Channel or iSCSI bridge is present •...

  • Page 130: Identification, Setup, Table 21 Identification Information

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Figure 71 Setup Page The identification information is used to identify the library to assist Identification customer support when servicing the library. 1 To access the page, from the page, click on the...

  • Page 131: Users

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Field Description Contract Enter the contract number for the library. This is used to identify the library to customer support. Number Customer internal tracking number. Asset Number Location Enter the location of the library. This helps to identify the library when remotely controlling multiple machines.

  • Page 132: Table 22 User Information, Users

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Figure 72 Users Page 2 Edit the user information as desired (see table 22 for a description of the fields). Note: The username and password are limited to 7 characters. 3 Click when complete.

  • Page 133: Key Users

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Field Description Assign Role Select either for user Administrator Operator privileges. An operator only has access to library status information. An administrator has access to all areas of the remote management pages.

  • Page 134: Create Key User, Remove Secure User

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Figure 73 Create Key User To create a Key User Note: Only users with administrator privileges (other than the default administrator) can create a secure user. There is only one and the username is always...

  • Page 135: Change Key User Password

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup is removed. Key User Updating the Key User Password To update the secure key password: Note: Only the (logged in as ) can change the key Key User skadmin user password. 1 Log on to the library as the...

  • Page 136: Scsi/fibre, Scsi

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup This section allows the user to set the SCSI IDs for the changer (library) SCSI/Fibre and every tape drive within the library and also configure any Fibre Channel tape drives. 1 To access the...

  • Page 137: Fc/iscsi Bridge, Table 23 Native Fibre Channel Configuration Options

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup The media changer or tape drive configuration screen displays. Refer table 23 for configuration options. Table 23 Native Fibre Channel Configuration Option Description Configuration Options Configured Speed Select 1 G, 2 G, or Auto negotiate...

  • Page 138: Network, Figure 77 Fibre Channel/iscsi

    Quantum FC1202 User’s Guide (PN 81-81354) included on the Quantum PX500 Series documentation CD. For more information on the TC2201 iSCSI bridge and the web interface, see the Quantum TC2201 User’s Guide (PN 81-81539) included on the Quantum PX500 Series documentation CD.

  • Page 139: Figure 78 Network

    2 Edit the network information as desired (see table 24 for a description of the fields). 3 Click Save The Quantum PX500 Series will not use the new network information until it has been rebooted (see “Setup” on page 106). Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 140: Events, Table 24 Network Configuration Fields

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Table 24 Network Field Description Configuration Fields View or set the hostname for the library (for Hostname example, the DNS name) Domain View or set the domain name for the library IP Address...

  • Page 141: Figure 79 Events, Table 25 Email Notification

    Field Description Message Type: When a hardware failure occurs on the Quantum PX500 Series system such as a transition to a Critical degraded, limited access, or failed system state, an email is sent to everyone on the critical failure recipient list.

  • Page 142: Table 26 Send Email Test

    SNMP If the customer wishes to use the Quantum PX500 Series system with a network framework application such as HP OpenView, or CA Unicenter, the SNMP configuration must be defined. SNMP stands for Simple Network Management Protocol, a set of protocols for managing complex networks.

  • Page 143

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup agents, store data about themselves in Management Information Bases (MIBs) and return this data to the SNMP requesters. 1 Under (see figure 80), click to enter the new Community Names community information:...

  • Page 144: Date & Time, Figure 80 Snmp Section Of Event, Table 27 Snmp Trap Selections

    The date and time page allows the user to view and set the date and time Date & Time on the library. This allows the library to time stamp any events that occur. Note: The Quantum PX500 Series must be offline to adjust the time and date. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 145: Library, Figure 81 Date & Time

    Change system time. 3 Click when complete. Save The Quantum PX500 Series will not use the new date and time zone information until it has been rebooted. The library configuration section allows the user to configure automatic Library library settings.

  • Page 146: Figure 82 Library, Table 28 Library Configuration

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup page displays (see figure 82). Library Figure 82 Library Page 2 Edit the library settings as desired (see table 28 for a description of the fields) and click Apply Table 28 Library Configuration...

  • Page 147: Partitions

    Fibre Channel tape drives. If you do not have a Fibre Channel switch available, the library is limited to one partition. PX500 Configurations that do NOT Support Partitioning The following PX500 configurations do NOT support partitioning: • - a parallel SCSI library without a Native Parallel SCSI interface FC1202 bridge cannot support partitioning.

  • Page 148: Figure 83 Partitions

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Accessing the Partitions Page To access the page, click from the page. Partitions Partitions Setup The management frame displays the page (see figure 83). Partitions Figure 83 Partitions Page When the library is in...

  • Page 149: Table 29 Creating A Partition

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Creating a Library Partition To create a library partition: The library must be offline to create or edit a library partition. Note: 1 Enter the partition information listed in table 29 and click create the partition.

  • Page 150

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Setup Field Description Enable Select this box to automatically clean the drives in the partition when needed. Autoclean Select this box to return an P-Series inquiry string Emulate P-Series to the host connected to this partition. The partition will appear to the host as an P-Series tape library.

  • Page 151: Field Service, Secure Key

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Secure Key Deleting a Library Partition There are two ways to delete partitions: 1 To delete a single library partition: a Select the partition link under the section. Partitions Note: When a partition is added, edited, or deleted the library must be rebooted for the changes to take effect.

  • Page 152: Figure 84 Secure Key

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Secure Key Figure 84 Secure Key Page Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 153: Protection Mode For Cartridges, Figure 85 Protection Mode For Cartridges

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Secure Key page is divided into the following sections: Secure Key • Protection Mode for Cartridges • Enable/Disable Secure Key for Drives • Select Secure Key for Library • Assign Secure Key to Cartridge •...

  • Page 154: Enable/disable Secure Key For Drives, Figure 86 Enable/disable Secure Key For Drives

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Secure Key Three write protection modes are available: • - The secure key will never Never Write Secure Key to a Cartridge be written to a cartridge placed in a secured tape drive.

  • Page 155: Select Secure Key For Library, Assign Secure Key To Cartridge

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Secure Key Select Secure Key for Refer to figure 87 for information on Select Secure Key for Library Library Figure 87 Select Secure Key for Library To select the secure key used by the library: 1 Select the secure key name from the list of available names.

  • Page 156: Create Secure Key Name/secure Key Pair, Figure 89 Create Secure Key Name/secure Key Pair

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Secure Key Click to list all secured cartridges and their assigned secure key Find names. To assign a secure key to a cartridge: 1 Enter the barcode of the cartridge. Separate multiple barcodes with either spaces or commas.

  • Page 157: Delete Secure Key Name, Figure 90 Delete Secure Key Name

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Secure Key 3 Enter the same secure key in the field. Verify Secure Key must be at least 8 characters and no more Note: Secure Key than 32 characters. The must also contain at...

  • Page 158: Backup Secure Key File, Figure 91 Backup Secure Key File

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Secure Key 1 Select the desired from the available lists. Secure Key Names 2 Click Delete A confirmation message will be displayed, click to continue. Any tape drives that have been secure key enabled will remain enabled, but the secure key will not be used to read or write cartridges.

  • Page 159: Upload Secure Key File, Figure 92 Upload Secure Key File

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Secure Key Refer to figure 92 for information on Upload Secure Key File Upload Secure Key File Figure 92 Upload Secure Key File A file containing a list of can be Secure Key Name/Secure Key Pairs restored to the library.

  • Page 160: Secure Key Best Practices And Tape Migration, Best Practices, Key Migration Scenarios

    Quick Start Guides provided on the documentation CD included in the library accessory kit: • PX500 Series DLTSage Tape Security Quick Start Guide PN 81-81627 • PX720 DLTSage Tape Security Quick Start Guide PN 81-81588...

  • Page 161

    Tape Cartridge Migration Scenario In this tape cartridge migration example, tape cartridges have been secured in one tape library (PX720 or PX500 series) and you want to move them into another PX720 or PX500 series library and access them: 1 On the original library containing the cartridges: a Access the library remote management screens.

  • Page 162: Utilities, Library, Figure 93 Utilities

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Utilities Utilities page is divided into the following sections: Utilities • Library • System Tests • Maintenance 1 To access the page, from the page, click on the Utilities Overview tab at the top of the page.

  • Page 163: Figure 94 Library

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Utilities To access the page, from the page, click on the Library Utilities Library at the top of the page. page displays (see figure 94): Library Figure 94 Library Page Online/Offline The online/offline button allows the user to turn the cabinet online or offline remotely.

  • Page 164

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Utilities Reboot Library button allows you to remotely reboot the library. Reboot Library To reboot the library: 1 Click Reboot The library reboots. Park for Shipping Note: You must remove all tape cartridges from the library prior to parking the library robotics for shipment.

  • Page 165: System Tests, Figure 95 Selftest

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Utilities The system tests section allows the user to run a series of tests on an System Tests individual cabinet axis. 1 To access the page, from the page, click on the System Test Utilities tab at the top of the page.

  • Page 166: Figure 96 System Tests

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Utilities The system performs a health test on all robotic axis. Previous test results can be viewed below. System Tests The system test section allows the user to run a series of tests on an individual cabinet axis.

  • Page 167: Maintenance, Figure 97 Maintenance

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Utilities 1 Select an action and a number of runs and click Apply The cabinet performs the system test. If you leave the runs field empty, the system test will run continuously until you abort the system test.

  • Page 168: Table 30 Configuration File Types

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Utilities Configuration Files Configuration files contain all of the configurable information on the library (see table 30 for file types). This configuration file should be saved on a local host on the same network. If the library configuration file is corrupted, this backup configuration file can be uploaded back to the library without reconfiguring the entire library.

  • Page 169: Logs, Figure 98 Logs

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Utilities Upload Drive Image The upload drive image section allows the user to remotely upload new tape drive firmware to a specific tape drive within the library. To upload drive firmware: Note: The library must be offline to update the drive firmware.

  • Page 170: Reference, Figure 99 View Log

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Reference Click the link to view the log file for a specific tape drive View Log (see figure 99). The log sense information for the tape drive displays. Click to see additional log sense information.

  • Page 171: Figure 100 Reference, Figure 101 About

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Reference Figure 100 Reference Page 2 To access the page, click the tab at the top of the page. About About page displays the model number, software version, serial About number, and slot/drive configuration (see figure 101).

  • Page 172: Logout

    Chapter 3 Quantum PX500 Series Remote Management Logout Logout page allows you to logout of the PX500 remote management Logout pages. To logout of the library remote management pages, click Logout The session is closed. Start a new session by re-authenticating when prompted or close your browser.

  • Page 173: Chapter 4 Snmp Trap List

    Chapter 4 SNMP Trap List This chapter provides the supported SNMP trap list for the PX500 Series tape libraries. The following table is sorted by the column: Reported By Code Update Diagnostic Drive Manager Event Manager Image Process SCSI Servo...

  • Page 174

    Update the library firmware with the latest version of code. Start System A loader update was attempted. Informational Code update Codeupdate (type/dest) Codeupdate successful A code update has completed. Informational Code update (type/dest) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 175

    Test details buffer The diagnostic buffer used to Critical Diagnostics overflow (len/testId) report test results is not large enough to hold the data. Test record semaphore An internal firmware error has Critical Diagnostics locked (index/tx-status) occurred. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 176

    XY & Z cal offset fail The calibration test used to Critical Diagnostics compute offsets for the robotics tray and the robotics up/down motion has failed. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 177

    Hand-theta axis init fail The robotic hand could not Critical Diagnostics initialize the rotation axis. Hand-theta home fail The robotic hand could not home Critical Diagnostics the rotation axis. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 178

    Response msg que An internal API received a Critical Diagnostics receive err (tx-status) command message error. Create test record An internal API received a Critical Diagnostics semaphore err (tx-status) command message error. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 179

    The XY axis initialization routine Critical Diagnostics has failed to find its home position. XY-motor fail (zone #) The robotic hand has failed to Critical Diagnostics position the XY axis to a predetermined physical location. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 180

    Manager Could not send adt Drive communications (possibly Critical Drive logout due to hardware) is lost. Manager Message Id not Command is not supported by the Critical Drive supported drive. Manager Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 181

    Could not change event The operating system has failed to Warning Drive timer modify a timer resource. Manager Could not change util The operating system has failed to Warning Drive timer modify a timer resource. Manager Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 182

    (0/0) internal watchdog timer. Manager System power failed System power has failed internal Critical Event (0/0) monitoring limits. Manager (re)Booted for unknown An unexpected reboot has Critical Event reason (post fail/ occurred. Manager sled:qsb) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 183

    An unexpected reboot has Informational Event sled:qsb) occurred. Manager Booted after power An unexpected reboot has Informational Event failed (post fail/ occurred. Manager sled:qsb) User requested reboot An unexpected reboot has Informational Event (post fail/sled:qsb) occurred. Manager Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 184

    • image data is truncated or missing0x05 • Invalid image format0x04 • Can't set camera's data window 0x03 • Firmware bug detected 0x02 • Camera is not operating or unrecognized 0x01 • No problems detected 0x00 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 185

    Data out was received from the Critical SCSI received host, but the SCSI server (the current SCB) was not in a state to receive the data. Unexpected data Data in was unexpectedly sent to Critical SCSI received the host Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 186

    The robotics did not detect a Warning Servo after get from magazine cartridge present when a tape was pulled from the magazine. Servo Initialization Is The system has succeeded in Informational Servo Complete initializing the robotics. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 187

    The portion of the robotics that Warning Servo rotates can not move its respective motor to the expected internal limits. Theta Axis Timeout The portion of the robotics that Warning Servo rotates theta could not position within its allotted time. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 188

    Up/Down axis can not move its respective motor to the expected internal limits. Z Axis Timeout The portion of the robotics that Warning Servo moves Up and Down could not position within its allotted time. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 189

    (instance/ part id) Could not find storage Bad element address. Warning Sys manager element in cabinet (instance/cab index) Could not find storage Bad element address. Warning Sys manager element in partition (instance/part id) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 190

    A firmware error has occurred. Warning Sys manager unexpectedly (cab index, state) Unexpected response A firmware error has occurred. Informational Sys manager received (txid/sender) Unknown cleaning A firmware error has occurred. Critical Sys manager cartridge requested (drv elemType) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 191

    A TX blk semaphore op error has Critical Sys manager status) occurred. Create failed (threadX A TX blk timer op error has Critical Sys manager status) occurred. Shutdown timer expired Time limit has expired. Informational Sys manager (task mask) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 192

    The FPGA has failed. Critical Sys monitor Unexpected error A firmware error has occurred. Critical Sys monitor returned from smgrEventDriveInserted (index,status) Unexpected error A firmware error has occurred. Critical Sys monitor returned from smgrEventDriveRemove d(index,status) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 193

    Critical Sys monitor returned from smgrEventSensorChang e-QSB(0,status) Unexpected error A firmware error has occurred. Critical Sys monitor returned from smgrEventSensorChang e-adc(0,status) Unexpected error A firmware error has occurred. Critical Sys monitor returned from smgrEventSensorChang e-doors(0,status) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 194

    Power Supply Inserted Normal operation Informational Sys monitor (supply/0) Power Supply Removed Normal operation Informational Sys monitor (supply/0) System Time Base Normal operation Informational Sys monitor Set(msecs/seconds) System booted(build Normal operation Informational Sys monitor type/version) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 195

    26 B2|B3 VOLTS "psu3 24v" 27 B2|B3 VOLTS "5.0v scb" 28 B3 AMPS "24v buss_C current" 29 B3 PSID "psu4 ID" 30 B3 PSID "psu5 ID" 31 B3 VOLTS "psu4 24v" 32 B3 VOLTS "psu5 24v" Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 196

    BRM is over The BRM has experienced an Critical Sys monitor temperature(old temp/ over-temp condition. new temp BRM1 is over The BRM1 has experienced an Critical Sys monitor temperature(old temp/ over-temp condition. new temp) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 197

    SLED4 is over Sled 4 has experienced an over- Critical Sys monitor temperature(old temp/ temp condition. new temp) SLED5 is over Sled 5 has experienced an over- Critical Sys monitor temperature(old temp/ temp condition. new temp) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 198

    SLED8 is over Sled 8 has experienced an over- Critical Sys monitor temperature(old temp/ temp condition. new temp) SLED9 is over Sled 9 has experienced an over- Critical Sys monitor temperature(old temp/ temp condition. new temp) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 199

    XY is over The XY axis motor has Critical Sys monitor temperature(old temp/ experienced an over-temp new temp) condition. is over The Z axis motor has experienced Critical Sys monitor temperature(old temp/ an over-temp condition new temp) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 200: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting, Common Problems And Solutions

    Troubleshooting This chapter describes problems you may encounter during the setup and operation of the Quantum PX500 Series library. Corrective information is provided to help you resolve the problems. Several of these problems produce error messages on the OCP called...

  • Page 201: Start-up Problems, Table 31 Start-up Problems

    If necessary, contact host system. your field service representative about replacing the drives. • Power on tape drives from the OCP. • Remove and reinstall the tape drive. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 202: Ocp Problems, Robotics (gripper) Problems, Table 32 Ocp Problems

    • Physically remove the AC power by removing all power cords from the power supply(s) and reconnect them. • Confirm that power is on and if the OCP is still blank, contact an authorized Quantum field service engineer (see “Contacts” on page xix).

  • Page 203: Table 33 Robotics (gripper) Problems

    • Check that the robot is not obstructed in any way. • Retry the operation. If it still fails, contact a field service engineer. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 204: Operating Problems, Table 34 Problems During Library Operation

    Restart the host and the library ensuring that the library is “on-line” before the host is restarted. If the host and library still are not communicating, contact an authorized Quantum field service engineer see (“Contacts” on page xix). Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 205

    Retry the command. Reboot the library (see “Reboot Library” page 141). If the problem continues, contact an authorized Quantum field service engineer see “Contacts” on page xix). A flash memory Contact an authorized Quantum field service error is reported.

  • Page 206: Interpreting System Led Status, Operator Control Panel (ocp) Led Status, Table 35 Ocp Led States

    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Interpreting System LED Status Interpreting System LED Status The following system LED status indicators are available on the PX500 series libraries: • Operator Control Panel (OCP) LED Status • System Controller Board (SCB) LED Status • Power Supply LED Status •...

  • Page 207: System Controller Board (scb) Led Status

    Amber solid An error has occurred on the library. System Controller Board The SCB contains LED indicators that reports the state of the SCB and (SCB) LED Status Fibre Channel port (see table 36 table 37). Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 208: Table 36 Scsi Scb Led

    SCB LED Off • System idle. • If the LED is off for more than two minutes and the library has been initialized, contact an authorized Quantum field service engineer (“Contacts” on page xix). Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 209: Table 37 Fibre Channel Scb Led

    Quantum field service engineer (“Contacts” on page xix). Fibre Channel LED • Fibre Channel port has a good link. solid Fibre Channel LED • Fibre Channel port is unplugged or does not have a good link. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 210: Power Supply Led Status, Table 38 Power Supply Leds

    The power supply is not attached to a power source or the power source has failed. DC OK solid green The power supply is providing DC power to the library normally. DC OK off The power supply has failed. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 211: Tape Drive Led Status, Table 39 Tape Drive Leds

    (Fibre Channel 2) Green activity LED LED Status Problem/Status Green flashing Drive good. Communicating. Green solid Drive failed No power to drive. Left yellow on Fibre Channel port active. Right yellow on Fibre Channel port active. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 212: Appendix A Specifications

    Appendix A Specifications This appendix lists the following specifications for the PX500 Series libraries: • Physical Specifications • Performance Specifications • Reliability Specifications • Tape Drive Specifications • Environmental Specifications • SCSI Specifications Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 213: Physical Specifications, Table 40 Unit Dimensions/weight, Table 41 Capacities

    For use with: Type of Tape Cartridges • DLT-S4 drives: DLT-S4 media • SDLT 600 drives: Super DLTtape I or Super DLTtape II • HP LTO Gen drives: LTO-2 and LTO-3 Ultrium cartridges Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 214

    Mounted Bar Code Reader Scalability LTO-2 Ultrium cartridges are recommended. Although HP LTO Gen 2 tape drives recognize both LTO and LTO-2 Ultrium cartridges, only LTO- 2 cartridges utilize the full capacity of these drives. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 215: Performance Specifications, Table 42 Performance Specifications, Table 43 Library Performance

    52.8 TB 1.6 TB/hr Ultra160 SCSI SDLT 600 28.8 TB 40 TB 1.3 TB/hr LVD Ultra 2 SCSI HP LTO Gen 2 57.6 TB 80 TB 3.4 TB/hr LVD Ultra 3 SCSI HP LTO Gen 3 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 216: Reliability Specifications, Table 44 Reliability Specifications

    LVD Ultra 3 SCSI HP LTO Gen 3 Assuming 2:1 compression ratios Reliability Specifications Table 44 Reliability PX502 and PX506 = 1,000,000 swaps MSBF Specifications PX510 = 2,000,000 swaps Less than 20 minutes MTTR Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 217: Tape Drive Specifications, Environmental Specifications, Table 45 Tape Drive Specifications, Table 46 Power

    Input 300W 600W 900W Tolerances Power (average) (average) (6 (average) (10 drives fitted) drives fitted) Table 47 Climate Temperature Temperature (Operating) (Non-Operating) +50°F to 95°F -40°F to +149°F Temperature (+10°C to +35°C) (-40°C to +65°C) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 218: Noise Levels, Scsi Specifications

    SCSI cables connecting each device to that bus and add those lengths together. To that total length, add 12.25 inches (31.10 cm) for the internal SCSI cable length of each SCSI tape drive. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 219: Handling Dlttape Cartridges

    • When placing tape cartridges in archival storage, make sure you stand each tape cartridge vertically. • Avoid placing tape cartridges near any sources of high intensity magnetic fields, such as computer monitors or electric motors. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 220: Visual Inspection Of Dlttape Cartridges, When To Visually Inspect A Dlttape Cartridge, Visual Inspection Procedure

    • If you receive a shipment of tape cartridges that shows any sign of being damaged Visual Inspection To visually inspect a DLTtape cartridge: Procedure 1 Check the cartridge for any obvious cracks or other physical damage. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 221: Figure 102 Location Of The Reel Locks And The Hub

    6 Open the tape cartridge door (see figure 103): a Gently press up on the tab at the right side of the tape cartridge door. Swing the door open. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 222: Figure 103 Opening The Tape Cartridge Door

    8 Check for proper operation of the tape cartridge’s write-protect switch (see figure 104). The switch should snap back and forth, and the orange tab should be visible when the switch is in the write-protected position. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 223: Figure 104 Write Protect Switch

    Appendix B SDLTtape Cartridge Maintenance Visual Inspection of DLTtape Cartridges Figure 104 Write Protect Switch Write-protect switch Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 224: Selecting An Installation Location

    Appendix C Installing the PX502 Library This appendix explains how to install the Quantum PX502 Series library. Quantum highly recommends that a Quantum Caution: authorized service representative relocate and install a Quantum PX506 or PX510 library to another location. Selecting an Installation Location...

  • Page 225: Rack Space Requirements, Figure 105 Rack Space Requirements

    • Width - 19 in (48.3 cm) • Height - 6.75 (17 cm) • Weight - 52 lbs (23.6 kg) • Clearance behind library - 4 in (10 cm) behind unit for proper air flow Figure 105 Rack Space Requirements Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 226: Environmental Conditions, Preparing For The Installation, Providing Necessary Tools And Equipment, Taking Esd Precautions

    • Keep static-sensitive parts in their original shipping containers until ready for installation. • Do not place static-sensitive parts on a metal surface. Place them inside their protective shipping bag or on an antistatic mat. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 227: Installing The Library, Locating The Mounting Position, Table 48 Rack Hole Types

    Square rack holes are the most common type of rack holes. They can accept either cage nuts which mount from the back of the rail or clip nuts which clip on from the side of the rack rail. Cage nut Clip nut Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 228: Table 49 Px502 Rail Hole Patterns And Mounting Positions

    .625 in (15.9 mm) necessary mounting .625 in (15.9 mm) hardware is installed on the .5 in (12.7 mm) rack rails prior to installing .625 in (15.9 mm) the chassis. .625 in (15.9 mm) .5 in (12.7 mm) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 229: Table 50 Library Mounting Hardware, Installing The Library

    Table 50 Library Mounting Hardware Figure Description Allen head screws (M5 x 10) for shelf assembly T- nuts (M5) 4 metric Rail adapters (both metric and standard holes are and 4 included, 8 total adapters) standard Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 230

    Back bracket hardware (M5 x 8 allen screws and mounting plate) 2 sets Back clamp hardware (M5 x 10 and back clamp) Installing the Rack Mount Shelves 1 Assemble the rack mount shelves by (see figure 107): Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 231: Figure 106 Rail Adapter Orientation

    (each rail adapter is marked with the specific hole type supported, either metric or standard). The rail adapters have arrows indicating the proper orientation (see figure 106). Figure 106 Rail Adapter Orientation Keep the arrow up for correct orientation Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 232: Figure 107 Assembling The Left-hand Rack Mount Shelves

    Appendix C Installing the PX502 Library Installing the Library Figure 107 Assembling the Rail adapter Allen screws Left-Hand Rack Mount Shelves T-nuts Allen screws FlexLink™ opening located towards the Rail adapter front for the left-hand Allen screws shelf Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 233: Figure 108 Assembling The Right-hand Rack Mount Shelves

    27 in. to 36 in.) and secure with a mounting plate and 2 M4 x 12 Allen screws at the front and back of the rack (see figure 109). Note: The rack mount shelves must be installed on the inside rack rails. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 234: Figure 109 Installing The Rack Mount Shelves

    Mounting plate M4 x 12 Allen screws Left rack mount shelf Right rack mount shelf 3 Once the rack mount shelves are secured to the rack, tighten the Allen screws securing the adjustable shelves together. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 235: Table 51 Back Mounting Bracket Orientation

    Once the location is determined, attach the back brackets to each side of the library with four M5 x 8 Allen screws (see figure 110) Note: Use the shortest depth number. For example, if the measurement is 34 in., use holes E and G. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 236: Figure 110 Back Mounting Brackets

    2 Install the library into the rack as shown (see figure 110). Warning: The PX502 weighs approximately 65 lbs (29 kg) without power supplies or tape drives. At least two people are required to lift and install either library. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 237: Figure 111 Installing The Px502 In The Rack

    If the rack depth is 30 to 36 in., the long portion is mounted to the front. 4 Secure the mounting clamps to the rack rails with two PHILLIPS screws on each side (see figure 112). Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 238: Figure 112 Securing The Back Of The Library

    Appendix C Installing the PX502 Library Installing the Library Figure 112 Securing the Back of the Library Allen screws Long portion Right-hand back bracket shown. 5 To install the tape drives into the library: Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 239: Figure 113 Px502 Tape Drive Numbering

    Connect the SCSI cables and jumpers as shown in the following figure: • Figure 114 SCSI System Controller Board • Figure 115 Surrogate SCSI System Controller Board • Figure 116 Fibre Channel System Controller Board • Figure 117 PX502 Stacked Configuration Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 240: Figure 114 Px502 Cabling Configuration

    Installing the Library • Figure 116 Native Fibre Channel System Controller Board Quantum ships sufficient SCSI cables and terminators with Note: the libraries to set up two-drives per SCSI bus. One tape drive per SCSI bus may be necessary for optimum performance.

  • Page 241: Figure 115 Px502 Cable Configuration (surrogate)

    Ethernet Surrogate System SCSI host Controller Board Tape Tape drive 2 drive 1 Power Terminator Back of Library Note: When operating in surrogate mode, the SCSI host connection must be made to tape drive 1. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 242: Figure 116 Px502 Cable Configuration (native Fibre Channel)

    Appendix C Installing the PX502 Library Installing the Library Figure 116 PX502 Cable Configuration (Native Fibre Channel) Fibre Channel host/SAN Tape Tape drive 2 drive 1 Fibre Channel ports Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 243: Figure 117 Px502 Stacked Cabling Configuration (scsi Shown)

    PX502 (slave library) Tape Tape drive 2 drive 1 Host computer PX502 (slave library) Tape Tape drive 2 drive 1 Host computer The library host and Ethernet network are connected only to the Master library. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 244: Loading The Tape Cartridges, Initial Configuration

    Initially configuring the library consists of the following steps: Initial Configuration • Turning on the Library • Setting the Library Options • Setting the Date and Time • Setting Network Information Turning on the Library To turn on the library: Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 245: Figure 118 Turning On The Library

    During the power up sequence, the library performs an inventory. The power up sequence can take several minutes. Setting the Library Options To set the library options: 1 Press Setup from the Home screen. The OCP displays the Setup screen (see figure 119): Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 246: Figure 119 Setup Screen, Figure 120 Library Options Screen

    “Master” or “Slave” in a multiple library stack. The library is configured “Stand alone” by default. If this is a multiple library stack, use the up and down arrows to highlight and press Stack role Enter displays the following information about the library: Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 247: Figure 121 Date And Time Screen, Table 52 Setting Up The Cabinet

    1 From the Setup screen, use the up and down arrows to highlight Date and Time and press Enter. The Date and Time screen displays (see figure 121): Figure 121 Date and Time Screen The Date and Time screen displays the following information about the library: Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 248: Figure 122 Network Screen

    3 Use the up and down arrows to select the network setting you wish to view or edit and press Enter When you are finished viewing/editing the network information, press Exit to return to the Setup screen. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 249: Emergency Library Access

    2 Insert the metal pick included with the accessory kit into the release holes and trip the magazine door release for both the right and left magazine doors (see figure 123). The magazine access doors open. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 250: Figure 123 Opening The Right And Left Magazine Access Doors

    Keep the tool as straight as possible when inserting the wooden dowel into the magazine release hole. You must continue to hold the tool against the magazine release until the magazine is entirely out of the library. The tape cartridge magazines are now accessible. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 251: Figure 124 Removing The Magazines

    Appendix C Installing the PX502 Library Emergency Library Access Figure 124 Removing the Magazines Magazine release Magazine release (engaged) Right magazine Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 252: Repacking The Px502 Library

    Appendix D Repacking the PX502 Library This document explains how to repack the Quantum PX502 library. Follow these instructions carefully to ensure the library is shipped properly. This procedure requires the packing materials Caution: originally sent with the library for proper shipment.

  • Page 253: Removing The Library From The Rack

    Remove PHILLIPS screws securing each side of the chassis to the rack mounting rails and remove two Allen screws securing both clamps on the back of the library. Remove the library from the rack. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 254: Figure 125 Removing The Px502 Library

    Appendix D Repacking the PX502 Library Removing the Library from the Rack Figure 125 Removing the PX502 Library Tape drives Power supplies Right magazine Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 255: Installing The Internal Shipping Restraints

    Failure to install the shipping restraints on the robotics Caution: may void your warranty. To install the internal shipping restraints: 1 Remove the ten PHILLIPS screws securing the top cover plate to the library chassis (see figure 126): Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 256: Figure 126 Removing The Top Cover

    Appendix D Repacking the PX502 Library Installing the Internal Shipping Restraints Figure 126 Removing the Top Cover Top cover FlexLink™ cover Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 257: Figure 127 Moving The Robotics

    If there are any cartridges in the fixed bins, you can remove them now. Figure 127 Moving the Robotics Library robotics 3 Install the metal restraints through the chassis eyelets as shown in figure 128. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 258: Figure 128 Inserting The Metal Restraint

    Install the right-hand foam onto the library robotics so the motor fits into the foam opening, then push towards the front of the library until it stops. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 259: Figure 129 Installing The Robotics Restraints

    Clamp the two halves of the metal restraints together and secure with a tie band to secure the robotics to the library chassis (see figure 130). Move the robotics assembly with the shipping foams Caution: gently. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 260: Figure 130 Securing The Robotics

    7 Install the magazines, tape drives, and power supplies previously removed in Removing the Library from the Rack. 8 To install the tape magazines, refer to Emergency Library Access page 226 for information on opening the library doors without library power. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 261: Packing The Library For Shipment

    1 Package the library into the shipping carton as shown in figure 131. Warning: At least two people are required to move the library chassis. Caution: Lift the library chassis at the sides. Avoid putting the weight of the library chassis on the front bezel. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 262

    Appendix D Repacking the PX502 Library Packing the Library for Shipment Figure 131 Preparing the Accessories kit Library for Shipping Library chassis Front bezel Lift point Shipping carton Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 263: Regulatory Statements

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements This appendix provides the regulatory statements for the Quantum PX500 Series libraries, in the following languages: • English (page 208) • Deutsch (seite page 243) • Español (página page 245) • Français (page page 247) • Italiano (pagina page 249) •...

  • Page 264

    1 This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2 This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Taiwan (BSMI) Statement !" #$%&'()+ ,-. Japan (VCCI) Statement Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 265: Notice For Usa And Canada Only, Laser Statement

    18 AWG (1.0 mm ) wires Length Maximum 15 feet (4.5m) Rating Minimum 10 A, 125 V CAUTION: With all panels and enclosures in place, this product is rated Laser Statement as a Class I laser product. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 266

    Hochfrequenzenergie erzeugt, genutzt und abgestrahlt, die bei einer im Widerspruch zu diesem Handbuch stehenden Installation oder Nutzung Funkstörungen erzeugen kann. Änderungen und Modifikationen an diesem Gerät können zum Erlöschen der Betriebserlaubnis für dieses Gerät führen. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 267

    100-120-Volt-Betrieb spezifizierte und von UL zugelassene Netzkabel verwendet werden. Wenn dieses Produkt nach Kanada geliefert wird, muss das nachstehend für einen 100-120-Volt-Betrieb spezifizierte und von CSA zugelassene Netzkabel verwendet werden. Steckerausführung Parallele Steckzungen mit Erdungsstift (NEMA 5-15P-Konfiguration) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 268

    Normas FCC. Estos límites están diseñados para proporcionar una protección razonable contra las interferencias perjudiciales cuando el equipo funciona en un entorno comercial. Este equipo genera, usa y puede emitir energía de radiofrecuencia y, si no se instala ni se usa de Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 269

    Éste es un producto de Clase A. En un entorno doméstico, este producto Advertencia CISPR-22 puede causar interferencias de radio, en cuyo caso puede ser necesario que el usuario tome medidas adecuadas. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 270

    Français Déclaration de la FCC Cet équipement a été testé et s'est révélé conforme aux limites d'un appareil numérique de Classe A, conformément à l'alinéa 15 de la Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 271

    Cet appareil numérique de Classe A satisfait à toutes les exigences des réglementations canadiennes sur le matériel brouilleur. Avertissement CISPR-22 ! Ceci est un produit de Classe A. Dans un environnement résidentiel, ce produit risque de générer des perturbations radio auxquelles l'utilisateur doit peut-être remédier. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 272

    Questa apparecchiatura è stata provata e trovata conforme ai limiti per i Dichiarazione FCC dispositivi digitali di Classe A, relativi alla Parte 15 delle norme FCC. Questi limiti sono concepiti per garantire un livello ragionevole di Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 273

    Questo è un prodotto di Classe A. In un ambiente domestico questo Avvertenza CISPR-22! prodotto potrebbe causare interferenze radio; in tal caso l'utente dovrà adottare tutti i dovuti provvedimenti. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 274: Dichiarazione Sulla Batteria Della Libreria

    Dallas Semiconductor DS1743-100, contiene una batteria al litio. Il litio potrebbe essere considerato un materiale pericoloso. Smaltire la batteria secondo quanto previsto dalle leggi locali, regionali e nazionali. Svenska Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 275

    Denna klass A för digital utrustning uppfyller alla krav i de kanadensiska föreskrifterna för störningsalstrande utrustning. Detta är en klass A produkt. I en hemmiljö kan denna produkt orsaka CISPR-22 Varning! radiostörningar, i vilket fall det kan krävas att användaren vidtar lämpliga åtgärder. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 276: Simplified Chinese

    ÖRSIKTIGHET: Produkten innehåller ett litiumbatteri. Det icke-flyktiga RAM-minnet, Dallas halvledare DS1743-100, innehåller ett litiumbatteri. Litium anses som riskavfall. Kasta batteriet i enlighet med lokala och nationella lagar. Simplified Chinese Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 277

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements Notice for USA and CANADA Only !" #$%&'()+ ,-. CISPR-22 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 278: Traditional Chinese

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements Notice for USA and CANADA Only Traditional Chinese Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 279

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements Notice for USA and CANADA Only !" #$%&'()+ ,-. CISPR-22 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 280

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements Notice for USA and CANADA Only Japanese Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 281: Industry Canada

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements Notice for USA and CANADA Only !" #$%&'()+ ,-. Industry Canada CISPR-22 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 282

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements Notice for USA and CANADA Only Korean Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 283

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements Notice for USA and CANADA Only !" #$%&'()+ ,-. CISPR-22 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 284

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements Notice for USA and CANADA Only Class 1 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 285: Disposal Of Electrical And Electronic Equipment

    For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please visit our website at: http://qcare.quantum.com or contact your local government authority, your household waste disposal service or the business from which you purchased the product. Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 286: Declaration Of Conformity

    Appendix E Regulatory Statements Declaration of Conformity Declaration of Conformity Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 287

    FCC Class A Commission governing electromagnetic emissions. Field service engineer Graphical user interface. The browser based remote management system use to configure and control the PX500 series libraries. The computer that issues SCSI commands to control the host computer library gripper.

  • Page 288

    PROM Random access memory Small Computer System Interface. A communications standard SCSI for attaching peripheral equipment to small computers. The mechanism that reads data from, and writes data to, a tape drive tape. Underwriters Laboratories Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 289

    76 cabinet setup date and time OCP 74 configuration 121 cable, SCSI, length 195 date and time setup cabling routing for the PX500 Series OCP 79 deleting a library partition 128 cartridges DHCP back panel 27 – handling 196...

  • Page 290

    OCP 79 find tapel online/offline 69 iSCSI bridge OCP 70 park for shipping 70 TC2201 114 Firefox 86 release magazines 69 frames, displayed 90 library partitioning front panel 17 creating 126 deleting 128 editing 127 Japan Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 291

    178 from the OCP 60 PX500 Series open library doors 41 cable routing 38 operating problems 181 operations buttons 61 accessing 99 components 61 drives 104 home screen 60 find 99 reference info screen 63 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 292

    133 hardware 93 tape drive delete secure key name 134 overview 92 details 94 enable/disable secure key for statistics 95 drives 131 reset 73 storage care guardian xx protection mode for cartridges SCSI IDs 113 Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

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    177 OCP 179 operating 181 robotics 179 start-up 178 turning the library off 60 uploading drive firmware 146 uploading library firmware 145 user information 108 utilities library 139 logs 146 maintenance 144 VCCI (see Japan) Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...

  • Page 294

    Index Quantum PX500 Series User’s Guide...



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