Figure 41 Status > Inventory Media details pane
In the media details pane,
Slot # — lists "Mailslot" or the index number of each slot in the magazine from lowest to
Attn — indicates an attention state for storage slots or provides information on the mailslot
Status — Full or Empty.
In Drive — shows when the tape from this slot is in a drive.
Label — the bar code label data for the tape in the slot.
Media Loads — the number of times this tape has been loaded into a drive in its lifetime.
This field might be blank if the tape has not been loaded into a drive in this device or if the
inventory has changed.
Comment — any additional information about the tape in the slot (for example, Clean Tape
if the cartridge is a cleaning tape).
Viewing the security status
When using the encryption kit, you can see, but not modify the following:
Drive Encryption Status — The encryption status for the drive, including whether the drive
is configured for encryption or not, and whether a requested encryption key has been
Key Server Token Status — The status for the key server token. The status might indicate
that some keys might not be backed up, even though note of the individual keys show a
status of backup required. In this case, the firmware has detected the presence of keys that
have not been backed up, but cannot uniquely identify them. Always back up the keys on
the token when the key server token status indicates that a backup is required.
neither you nor Hewlett Packard Enterprise can recover encrypted data from tapes encrypted
with the lost encryption keys.
Serial Number — Serial number of the key server token.
Firmware Version — Version of firmware on the key server token. The firmware cannot be
updated but a service engineer might request the version when diagnosing an issue.
If the token is lost or damaged and the encryption keys are not backed up,
Using the RMI