Slots (Free/Total) — Free is the number of empty storage slots. Total is the number of
storage slots available to the host software, which does NOT include reserved slots.
Mailslot — shows whether the mailslot is open, closed, or disabled.
Library Time — the date and time from the tape library, which can be set from the OCP or
RMI. The tape library Time is updated when the system status is refreshed. The time of the
most recent refresh is the Updated time at the top of the pane. If you call Hewlett Packard
Enterprise Service to request a temporary administrator password, refresh the system status
with your browser reload button and then give the service engineer this Library Time.
Power Supply Status (MSL4048, MSL8048, and MSL8096)
MSL4048 — Online — The power supply is installed.
MSL8048 and MSL8096 — Good — The power supply is functioning correctly.
MSL8048 and MSL8096 — Functional, fan failure — the power supply is supplying
power to the library, but the fan has failed so the power supply could fail soon. The
power supply should be replaced.
Installed, failed — The power supply installed in the unit is not working and the library
no longer has redundant power. The power supply should be replaced.
library will not recognize the failed power supply as installed in the library.
The number of power supplies installed in the library is displayed next to the icon.
MSL8048 and MSL8096 — Removed — a power supply was installed in this location
before but has been removed. Power Supply 1 will always show Removed when it is
missing. Power Supply 2 will show Removed until the library is rebooted.
For additional information about fields on the RMI screens, click on Help in the upper right corner
Figure 29 (page
contain technical details that are not contained in this document.
Figure 29 Help button
Viewing static device information
Identity > Library page
Operating the tape library
If the MSL4048 has two power supplies and one fails, after a power cycle the
54)). The help pages are updated with most firmware updates and often
provides static information about the device.