HP A5585A - SureStore DLT E Tape Library 4/40 Upgrade And Replacement Instructions

Tape library upgrade and replacement instructions.
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Tape Library
Upgrade and Replacement Instructions
For Models 2/20, 4/40, 6/60, 4/100, 6/100, 6/120, 6/140,
Edition 3
Part Number: C7200-90034
December 2000
Printed in USA

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    Tape Library Upgrade and Replacement Instructions For Models 2/20, 4/40, 6/60, 4/100, 6/100, 6/120, 6/140, 8/140, 10/140, and 12/140 Edition 3 Part Number: C7200-90034 December 2000 Printed in USA...

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    Notice This document contains information that is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated into another language. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Printing History New editions of this manual incorporate all material updated since the previous edition.

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    Typographical Conventions and Terms Menu choices and screens on the library. Keycap: Soft-key buttons to press. [Soft Key]: Indicates the menus you need to enter on the library front panel. Main Menu -> Operations -> Drive and Tape Operations WARNING Warnings call attention to a procedure or practice that could result in personal injury if not correctly performed.

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    In This Manual Chapter 1 Upgrading the Library: Describes components included with the DLT, Ultrium, redundant power supply, and Fibre Channel upgrade kits, as well as upgrade procedures. Chapter 2 Removing and Replacing Major Library Components: Shows exploded views of all replaceable parts, and describes how to remove/ replace all major components on the library.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1. Upgrading the Library Upgrade Kit Components ........1-2 Drive Upgrade Kits .

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) ........2-28 Accessing the Transport Assembly .

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Removing the Front Panel Display ......2-67 Replacing the Front Panel Display ......2-68 Removing and Replacing a Cosmetic Door.

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    Contents viii...

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    Figures Figure 1-1. Installing a Drive Module........1-6 Figure 1-2.

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    Figures Figure 2-32. Replacing the Redundant Power Supply Module ....2-62 Figure 2-33. Replacing Individual Power Supply Units..... . 2-64 Figure 2-34.

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    Tables Table 1-1. DLT Drive Upgrade Kit Components ......1-2 Table 1-2. Ultrium Drive Upgrade Kit Components ......1-2 Table 1-3.

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    Tables...

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    Upgrading the Library Chapter 1...

  • Page 14: Upgrade Kit Components, Drive Upgrade Kits

    Upgrading the Library Upgrade Kit Components Upgrade Kit Components Drive Upgrade Kits Table 1-1 DLT Drive Upgrade Kit Components Description Quantity Drive module SCSI jumper cable with 68-pin differential connectors SCSI differential terminator (LVDS or HVDS, depending on your configuration) Serial number label Upgrade instructions Table 1-2...

  • Page 15: Fibre Channel Upgrade Kits

    Upgrading the Library Upgrade Kit Components Fibre Channel Upgrade Kits Table 1-3 Standard Performance Fibre Channel Upgrade Kit (LVDS and HVDS) Description Quantity Fibre Channel card (LVDS or HVDS) Jumper cables with 68-pin differential connectors Fibre Channel cable GBIC that connects the Fibre Channel card to the Fibre Channel loop Serial number label Upgrade instructions...

  • Page 16: Redundant Power Supply Upgrade Kit

    Upgrading the Library Upgrade Kit Components Redundant Power Supply Upgrade Kit Table 1-5 Redundant Power Supply Upgrade Kit Description Quantity Power supply module enclosure Individual power supply units Upgrade instructions Chapter 1...

  • Page 17: Upgrading Drive Capacity, Upgrading Firmware, Installing A Drive Module

    Upgrading the Library Upgrading Drive Capacity Upgrading Drive Capacity Remember to: Ensure you are installing the same drive type on each level of the library. Each level should only contain DLT or Ultrium drives. If you have a Fibre Channel library and are adding Ultrium drives to your library, check that the high performance Fibre Channel card is installed on the same level as the Ultrium drive to ensure appropriate throughput (see Table 3-7 on page 3-14 and Table 3-8...

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    Upgrading the Library Upgrading Drive Capacity 2. Hold the drive module with one hand on the drive module handle, while the other hand supports the bottom (Figure 1-1). 3. Install the drive by inserting the rail at the top of the drive module into the slot at the top of the drive module opening in the library.

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    Upgrading the Library Upgrading Drive Capacity 5. Connect the external cables and terminator to the drive. • For SCSI configurations: Daisy-chain the library controller to the first (left) drive. Connect each subsequent drive to the host interface card so that it each drive is on its own bus. Terminate the library controller and the right drive.

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    Upgrading the Library Upgrading Drive Capacity Figure 1-2 Example of SCSI Cable Connections (Model 2/20) Host (user configured) Remote management card LAN connection Appropriate 68-pin SCSI terminator Jumper cable with SCSI 68-pin connectors SCSI cable from drive 1 to host SCSI cable from drive 2 to host Chapter 1...

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    Upgrading the Library Upgrading Drive Capacity Figure 1-3 Example of Fibre Channel Connections (Model 2/20) Hosts (user configured) SCSI cable from the library controller card to drive 1 Hub or switch SCSI cable from bus 1 on the Fibre Channel controller card to drive 1 Remote management card SCSI cable from bus 2 on the Fibre Channel...

  • Page 22: Configuring The New Drive

    Upgrading the Library Upgrading Drive Capacity Configuring the New Drive NOTE You may need to use the host backup software to recognize the new drive when bringing it online. If the software or operating system does not have the capability to automatically detect the new drive, you may need to reboot.

  • Page 23: Adding Fibre Channel Or Remote Management Cards

    Upgrading the Library Adding Fibre Channel or Remote Management Cards Adding Fibre Channel or Remote Management Cards Remember to: Use high-performance Fibre Channel cards on any level of the library that contains Ultrium drives. See Table 3-7 on page 3-14 and Table 3-8 on page 3-15 for an illustration of the high- performance and standard-performance Fibre Channel cards.

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    Upgrading the Library Adding Fibre Channel or Remote Management Cards NOTE Before powering the library off to remove a card from the library, review the LEDs on the back of each card to ensure there is no activity. See Figure 1-4 and “Back Panel LEDs” on page 3-8. Figure 1-4 Library Card Positions Vacant slot...

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    Upgrading the Library Adding Fibre Channel or Remote Management Cards To add a card to the library: 1. Power off the library. 2. Select the appropriate location for the card, and remove the vacant slot cover. See Figure 1-4 on page 1-12. 3.

  • Page 26: Upgrading To A Redundant Power Supply

    Upgrading the Library Upgrading to a Redundant Power Supply Upgrading to a Redundant Power Supply Remember to: If you are adding redundant power to your library, you need to use redundant power supplies on all library levels. All power supplies must either be redundant or standard.

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    Upgrading the Library Upgrading to a Redundant Power Supply Figure 1-5 Adding the Redundant Power Supply Module Chapter 1 1-15...

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    Upgrading the Library Upgrading to a Redundant Power Supply 1-16 Chapter 1...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Each replacement procedure is rated on how difficult it is to correctly perform this procedure. [1]: Easiest -> [3] Moderate -> [5] Most Difficult Chapter 2...

  • Page 30: Overview

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Overview Overview For the purpose of this documentation, we will use the term Model 12/140 NOTE to indicate all library models that are five levels and higher. These models include: 4/100, 6/100, 6/120, and 6/140, 8/140, 10/140, and 12/140. Most library parts that are used in Model 12/140 are the same as Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Overview Table 2-1 Common and Unique Parts Replacement Procedures Replacement Procedures Common for all Library Unique to Library Model Models 12/140 Drive modules (page 2-21) Library expansion card (page 2- 18 and page 2-16) Motherboard (page 2-50) Cosmetic door (page 2-70) Redundant power supply (page...

  • Page 32: Exploded Views Of Replaceable Parts (frus)

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) The exploded views are categorized into the following sections: • Front and Back FRUs: These parts are accessed from the front or back of the library and include: —...

  • Page 33: Front And Back Frus

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Front and Back FRUs Figure 2-1 Exploded View of Front and Back FRUs Chapter 2...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Table 2-2 Description of Front and Back FRUs Call- Description out # Vacant drive module cover: Uses two 6-32 screws to attach. Standard power supply (see page 2-59 for more information). Redundant power supply: Uses 6-32 x .25 T15 screws to attach (see page 2-61 for more information).

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Table 2-2 Description of Front and Back FRUs Call- Description out # • Standard performance HVDS Fibre Channel board. • Standard performance LVDS Fibre Channel board. • High performance HVDS Fibre Channel board. •...

  • Page 36: Cosmetic And Sheetmetal Frus

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Cosmetic and Sheetmetal FRUs Figure 2-2 Cosmetic and Sheetmetal Exploded View (1 of 2) Chapter 2...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Table 2-3 Description of Cosmetic and Sheetmetal FRUs (1 of 2) Call- Description out # Transport assembly (see page 2-28 for more information). Library side panel for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 (left back, when viewing from the front of the library).

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Figure 2-3 Exploded View of Cosmetic and Sheetmetal FRUs (2 of 2) 2-10 Chapter 2...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Table 2-4 Description of Cosmetic and Sheetmetal FRUs (2 of 2) Callout # Description Library top cover for Model 2/20 (see Figure 2-12 on page 2-31). Includes eight #4 - 40 x .25 screws to attach. Bezel chin for the lowest library level.

  • Page 40: Internal Frus

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Internal FRUs Figure 2-4 Exploded View of Internal FRUs (1 of 2) 2-12 Chapter 2...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Table 2-5 Description of Internal FRUs (1 of 2) Call- FRU ID Description out # Back gear rail without stop for multi-level libraries. Install this part by removing all drives and installing the rails from the back of the library.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Figure 2-5 Exploded View of Internal FRUs (2 of 2) 2-14 Chapter 2...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Table 2-6 Description of Internal FRUs (2 of 2) Callout FRU ID Description Display cable (included in cable kit). Access this part by removing the library side panels. The display cable needs to be threaded underneath the right door tray rail to connect to the motherboard (see Figure 2-25 on page 2-51).

  • Page 44: Model 12/140 Frus

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Model 12/140 FRUs Figure 2-6 Unique FRUs for Model 12/140 2-16 Chapter 2...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Exploded Views of Replaceable Parts (FRUs) Table 2-7 Unique Parts for Model 12/140 (5 of 5) Callout Description Top panel. Filler panel. The panel is spring loaded at the top of the library cabinet when there is space at the top of the cabinet.

  • Page 46: Removing And Replacing Cards, Removing A Card

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Cards Removing and Replacing Cards Level of Difficulty: [1] Easy This library contains very sensitive electronic components. It is important CAUTION to follow the proper procedures to prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD). Use wrist-grounding straps and anti-static mats when removing and replacing cards and major assemblies.

  • Page 47: Replacing A Card

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Cards 6. Loosen the two thumbscrews on the card with a screwdriver or by hand. 7. Remove the card by pulling it outward. Replacing a Card 1. Align the top and bottom edges of the replacement card with the card slots.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Cards Figure 2-7 Library Card Positions Vacant slot Fibre Channel card Empty drive bay (optional) Remote management card Slave controller card Power supply Library controller card Library expansion card Product information labels 2-20 Chapter 2...

  • Page 49: Removing And Replacing Drive Modules, Drive Replacement Overview

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Drive Modules Removing and Replacing Drive Modules Level of Difficulty: [2] Easy to Moderate A drive module may be replaced in either of the following situations: • The library is powered off during drive replacement, and the SCSI bus chain is disconnected.

  • Page 50: Determining Which Drive Has Failed, Unloading A Tape From A Drive, Taking A Drive Offline

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Drive Modules Determining Which Drive Has Failed If a drive has failed or had an error, the following can happen: • The icons on the library front panel indicate a drive with an error. •...

  • Page 51: Removing A Drive Module

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Drive Modules Removing a Drive Module NOTE To preserve SCSI communications, do not loosen or remove the SCSI cable(s) connected to the outside of the drive module. The connection to be removed is located inside the drive module.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Drive Modules 5. Lay the connector assembly to the side, allowing the external cables to hang from the connection(s). Do not disconnect external cables from the connector plate. 6. Loosen the top and bottom thumbscrews on the drive module (see Figure 2-9).

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Drive Modules WARNING Do not insert your hand or foreign objects through the empty drive bay and into the vertical lift assembly area. Chapter 2 2-25...

  • Page 54: Installing A Drive Module

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Drive Modules Installing a Drive Module 1. Hold the drive module with one hand on the drive module handle while the other hand supports the bottom (Figure 2-10). 2. Install the drive by inserting the rail at the top of the drive module into the slot at the top of the drive module opening.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing Drive Modules 3. Tighten the top and bottom thumbscrews, securing the drive module into the library. 4. Reconnect the ribbon connector back inside the drive module (Figure 2-8 on page 2-23). 5.

  • Page 56: Accessing The Transport Assembly

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) Level of Difficulty: [5] Difficult NOTE For Model 12/140, refer to page 2-36. The instructions for this assembly are divided into the following sections: •...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) ACHTUNG Wird die Abstützvorrichtung nicht herausgezogen, kann dies zu Beschädigungen des Autoloaders führen, sollte der Einschubschrank umkippen. AVVISO Se non si estende il dispositivo anti-inclinazione, si potrebbero provocare lesioni personali o danni all’autoloader, in caso di rovesciamento dello scaffale.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) 3. Remove the stop bracket (Models 4/40 and 6/60 only) by following these steps: a. Remove the left back 10-24 T25 screw from the top cover. b.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) 4. Remove the 10-24 screws shown in Figure 2-12 to remove the front forehead and cover on Models 4/40 and 6/60 and the 4-40 T10 screws to remove the top cover on Model 2/20.

  • Page 60: Removing The Transport Assembly

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) Removing the Transport Assembly Use the following steps to remove the transport assembly: 1. Using the finger-holes in the top of the transport assembly, lift the assembly up and out of the library (Figure 2-13).

  • Page 61: Replacing The Transport Assembly

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) Replacing the Transport Assembly 1. If you are only replacing the transport assembly, remove the vertical lift assembly from Models 4/40 and 6/60 to install on the replacement transport assembly.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) 4. On Model 2/20, lower the transport assembly into the library, ensuring that the umbilical cable folds properly as you lower the assembly.

  • Page 63: Replacing The Cover

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only) Replacing the Cover 1. Replace the top cover. • For Model 2/20, insert all screws and tighten. • For Models 4/40 and 6/60, insert the metal tabs of the cover into the slots on the library (Figure 2-12 on page 2-31).

  • Page 64: Accessing The Side Panels For Service

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) Level of Difficulty: [5] Difficult The transport assembly involves two replaceable parts: the transport assembly and the vertical lift assembly.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) ACHTUNG Wird die Abstützvorrichtung nicht herausgezogen, kann dies zu Beschädigungen des Autoloaders führen, sollte der Einschubschrank umkippen. AVVISO Se non si estende il dispositivo anti-inclinazione, si potrebbero provocare lesioni personali o danni all’autoloader, in caso di rovesciamento dello scaffale.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) 3. Remove the cosmetic panel from the bottom of the library. Loosen the captive T-20 screws on each side of the panel and pull it straight out. Figure 2-16 Removing the Cabinet Side Panels 2-38...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) 4. Disconnect the power cord from the lowest library module and from the wall outlet. 5. Using ESD precautions (anti-static mats and wrist straps), remove the side panels on the library by following these steps: •...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) Accessing the Transport Assembly CAUTION Use ESD precautions (anti-static mats and wrist straps) when accessing internal library components. To access the transport assembly from the bottom of the cabinet, follow these steps: 1.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) 3. Remove the interconnect cable that connects the lowest library module with the module directly above it. CAUTION To prevent damage to the library, completely remove the interconnect cable between the bottom two modules.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) 4. From the back of the library, remove the shipping brackets that are next to the bottom library module by removing the 10-32 T-25 screws (two on each side).

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) 5. Go to the front of the library, and pull out the doors on the lowest module. 6. Behind the doors, loosen the two 10-32 T-25 screws that secure the retainer bracket on the module to the cabinet.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) Removing the Transport Assembly 1. Using the finger-holes in the top of the transport assembly, lift the assembly up and out of the library (Figure 2-21). CAUTION Use care to protect the flat, umbilical cable attached to the bottom of the transport assembly.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) Replacing the Transport Assembly Install the replacement transport assembly by following these steps: 1. Connect the umbilical cable to the bottom of the library chassis. CAUTION Use care to protect the flat, umbilical cable attached to the bottom of the transport assembly.

  • Page 74: Re-installing The Bottom Module

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) 2. When the transport assembly is level with the top of the library, lower it to the bottom of the library. Re-installing the Bottom Module 1.

  • Page 75: Reassembling The Library

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Transport Assembly (for Model 12/140 only) Reassembling the Library After replacing the transport assembling and reconnecting the modules, complete the following: 1. Reattach the interconnect cable between the bottom two modules (see Figure 2-18 on page 2-41).

  • Page 76: And 12/140, Replacing The Vertical Lift Assembly

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Vertical Lift Assembly for Models 4/40, 6/60, and 12/140 Removing and Replacing the Vertical Lift Assembly for Models 4/40, 6/60, and 12/140 Level of Difficulty: [5} Difficult Removing the Vertical Lift Assembly The vertical lift assembly, although attached to the transport assembly, NOTE is a separate FRU.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Vertical Lift Assembly for Models 4/40, 6/60, and 12/140 Figure 2-24 Vertical Lift Assembly Five 6-19 x .5 T-15 screws Two 4-20 T-10 screws Motor power cable Vertical lift cable connector Chapter 2 2-49...

  • Page 78: Removing And Replacing The Motherboard, Removing The Motherboard

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Motherboard Removing and Replacing the Motherboard Level of Difficulty: [4] Moderate to Difficult Removing the motherboard requires a series of disassembly steps to access the board. Review the entire removal process before beginning this procedure.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Motherboard 5. Disconnect all cables on the back of the motherboard (Figure 2-25). Cable locations may vary, depending on the library model. Figure 2-25 Motherboard Cable Connections Display cable connector Interconnect cable (on multi-level libraries) Fan cable Umbilical cable (on lowest level)

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Motherboard 6. Remove ten 4-40 x .625 10-T screws from the motherboard. See Figure 2-26 for the screw locations. Use a 8 inch x 1/4 inch magnetic extension to remove these screws. Figure 2-26 Screw Locations on the Motherboard Four 4-40 x .625 10-T screws in the card bay area...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Motherboard 7. Loosen the thumbscrew on the sheet-metal cover nearest the left drive bay and rotate the cover clockwise (Figure 2-27). Figure 2-27 Rotating the Sheet-Metal Cover 8. If the library is rackmounted, use the following steps to slide it forward in the rack (for models 2/20, 4/40, and 6/60 only): CAUTION For library models 12/140, do not push the library out of the cabinet.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Motherboard AVERTISSEMENT Si vous ne déployez pas le dispositif antibasculant, le rack risque de se renverser et de provoquer des blessures ou d’endommager l’autochargeur de bande. Wird die Abstützvorrichtung nicht herausgezogen, kann dies zu ACHTUNG Beschädigungen des Autoloaders führen, sollte der Einschubschrank umkippen.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Motherboard 9. Remove the #4 - 40 x. 312 T-8 screws from the library’s right-side panel, shown in Figure 2-28 (right, viewed from the front of the library), and slide the panels off the library. Remove the 12/140 side panels by following the steps on page 2-36.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Motherboard 10. Open the front door on the right side for more room. Disconnect the magazine harness cable from the front of the motherboard by pushing the ejection tabs on the connector outward (Figure 2-29). Figure 2-29 Magazine Lock Harness Cable Connection 2-56...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Motherboard 11. Carefully remove the motherboard from the side of the library (Figure 2-30). If the library is rackmounted, remove the right side panel of the rack to access the motherboard. Figure 2-30 Removing the Motherboard Chapter 2...

  • Page 86: Replacing The Motherboard

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Motherboard Replacing the Motherboard 1. Insert the new motherboard into the side of the library. Align it by using the guide pins near the drive bays (Figure 2-25 on page 2-51). 2.

  • Page 87: Removing And Replacing The Power Supply, Removing The Power Supply

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Power Supply Removing and Replacing the Power Supply Level of Difficulty: [1] Easy A failing power supply on Model 2/20 disables the library. A failing power supply on upper library levels results in a partial availability state.

  • Page 88: Replacing The Power Supply

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Power Supply 5. Remove the power supply with one hand and pull outward. Support the bottom of the power supply to avoid dropping the module. Replacing the Power Supply 1. Grasp the power supply handle with one hand while supporting the bottom with your other hand.

  • Page 89: Removing And Replacing The Redundant Power Supply, Replacing The Redundant Power Supply Module

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Redundant Power Supply Removing and Replacing the Redundant Power Supply Level of Difficulty: [1] Easy Replacing the Redundant Power Supply Module CAUTION When replacing the entire power supply module, note that the library does not have redundant power backup until the new module is installed.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Redundant Power Supply Figure 2-32 Replacing the Redundant Power Supply Module CAUTION Do not move the covered power switch located at the bottom of the module. By default, power is always kept on to ensure redundant backup. The redundant power supply module FRU comes with the entire module NOTE and one power supply unit.

  • Page 91: Replacing Individual Redundant Power Supply Units

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Redundant Power Supply Replacing Individual Redundant Power Supply Units Level of Difficulty: [1] Easy To replace individual power supply units: 1. Push the tab on the power supply unit to the left. 2.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Redundant Power Supply 3. Install the new power supply by sliding the replacement unit into the vacant slot until it “clicks” into place. Figure 2-33 Replacing Individual Power Supply Units 2-64 Chapter 2...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Power Distribution Unit (for Model 12/140 only) Removing and Replacing the Power Distribution Unit (for Model 12/140 only) Level of Difficulty: [3] Moderate The power distribution unit is the black power strip that is located at the bottom and at the back of the cabinet.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Power Distribution Unit (for Model 12/140 only) Figure 2-34 Removing the Power Distribution Unit 2-66 Chapter 2...

  • Page 95: Removing And Replacing The Front Panel Display, Removing The Front Panel Display

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Front Panel Display Removing and Replacing the Front Panel Display Level of Difficulty: [3] Moderate Removing the Front Panel Display CAUTION This library contains very sensitive electrical components. Follow the proper procedures for preventing electrostatic discharge (ESD).

  • Page 96: Replacing The Front Panel Display

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Front Panel Display 4. Remove the two 6-32 screws that connect the display to the chassis (Figure 2-36). Figure 2-36 Removing the Front Panel Display 5. Remove the front panel display by sliding it upward, then gently lifting it away from the front of the library.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing the Front Panel Display 2. Install the two long 6-32 T-10 screws that are next to the soft keys to secure the display to the chassis (see Figure 2-37). Figure 2-37 Connecting the Front Panel 3.

  • Page 98: Removing And Replacing A Cosmetic Door, Removing A Cosmetic Door Face, Replacing A Cosmetic Door

    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing a Cosmetic Door Removing and Replacing a Cosmetic Door Removing a Cosmetic Door Face Level of Difficulty: [2] Easy to Moderate 1. Pull the front door outward. Use the front panel display or key, if necessary, to unlock the door.

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing a Cosmetic Door Figure 2-38 Removing Front Door Face Release tab Sheet-metal tab Cosmetic door connecting hooks Chapter 2 2-71...

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    Removing and Replacing Major Library Components Removing and Replacing a Cosmetic Door 2-72 Chapter 2...

  • Page 101: Interpreting Leds

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Chapter 3...

  • Page 102: Upgrading Firmware, Checking The Firmware Revision

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Upgrading Firmware Upgrading Firmware This section details the processes for upgrading library and drive firmware. The processes used for upgrading library firmware and drive firmware are different. Firmware can be downloaded by: • Using the remote management card (library only) •...

  • Page 103: Using The Remote Management Card (library Firmware Only)

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Upgrading Firmware You can also check your current firmware revisions from the remote management card: 1. Enter the designated IP address into the web browser to launch the Web-Based Library Administrator pages (see “Configuring the Remote Management Card”...

  • Page 104: Using A Firmware Upgrade Tape (drive Firmware Only)

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Upgrading Firmware 5. Select the button to begin the actual process [Start Firmware Download] of downloading the library firmware. Once the download process begins, the progress and status of the download will display on the lower half of your screen. The firmware download may take several minutes to complete.

  • Page 105: Using A Ce Diagnostic Tool (for Service Personnel)

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Upgrading Firmware NOTE When the operation is complete, the tape will be returned to its original slot. Using a CE Diagnostic Tool (For Service Personnel) You can use library diagnostic tools or third-party service tools to update library and drive firmware from a laptop computer.

  • Page 106

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Upgrading Firmware 7. This step is for upgrading drive firmware only. If upgrading library firmware, continue to step 8. Ensure that the drive is online (green LED is on, and yellow LED is off). If not, place it online through the front panel. a.

  • Page 107: Library Leds, Front Panel Leds

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Library LEDs LEDs communicate status and errors as they are occurring. Use the library LEDs to determine how the library is functioning. Front Panel LEDs The LED bar beneath the front panel display indicates library activity: Green = library idle and ready Flashing Green = library active and ready Amber = library partially available...

  • Page 108: Back Panel Leds

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Back Panel LEDs The back panel LEDs include: • Slave controller card LEDs • Library expansion card LEDs • Remote management card LEDs • HVDS and LVDS library controller LEDs • Drive module LEDs •...

  • Page 109

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Table 3-2 Library Expansion Card LEDs Ready LED Color Description Yellow Powering up, hardware error, or card located on wrong level. Green Card is ready. Flashing Indicates transmission activity. Power has been lost on level 5, or an error has occurred on the hardware.

  • Page 110

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Table 3-3 Remote Management Card LEDs 1) Ready LED Color Description Yellow Powering up, failed power- on test, or fatal error was detected during operation. Green Card passed power-on test. Card ready. 2) Link LED Color Description Green...

  • Page 111

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Table 3-4 HVDS Library Controller Card LEDs 1) Controller LED Color Description Flashing Green Controller needs firmware. Yellow In the process of powering up. Yellow flash Controller failed power-on test. Green Ready. 2) SCSI LED Color Description Yellow...

  • Page 112

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Table 3-5 LVDS Library Controller Card LEDs 1) Controller LED Color Description Flashing Green Controller needs firmware. Yellow In the process of powering up. Yellow flash Controller failed power-on test. Green Controller passed power-on test. 2) SCSI LED Color Description...

  • Page 113

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Table 3-6 Drive Module LEDs 1) Yellow 2) Green Description Drive is online and available. Flashing Drive is offline and may be replaced. Flashing Drive is being brought online. Flashing Drive is offline. Internal communication has been lost.

  • Page 114

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Table 3-7 Standard Performance Fibre Channel Controller LEDs 1) Activity LED Color Description Flashing Indicates transmission activity by the Fibre Green Channel controller. 2) Link LED Color Description Green Indicates valid Fibre Channel connection. Yellow Fibre Channel controller is being reset.

  • Page 115

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Table 3-8 High Performance Fibre Channel Controller LEDs 1) Activity LED Color Description Flashing Indicates transmission activity by the Fibre Green Channel controller. 2) Link LED Color Description Green Indicates valid Fibre Channel connection. Yellow Fibre Channel controller is being reset.

  • Page 116

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Table 3-9 Redundant Power Supply LEDs 1) AC Input LED Color Description Green AC input is within the specified limit. AC input is outside of specified limit. 2) DC Output LED Color Description Green DC output is within the specified limit.

  • Page 117

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs Table 3-10 Picker Voltage LEDs (See (1) in figure below for LED locations) Green Yellow Description No voltage present. At least 11.2 volts present. At least 10.5 volts present. Less than 10.5 volts present. Table 3-11 Picker Controller LEDs (See (2) for LED locations) Green...

  • Page 118

    Downloading Firware and Interpreting LEDs Library LEDs 3-18 Chapter 3...

  • Page 119: Configuring The Library

    Configuring the Library Appendix A...

  • Page 120

    Configuring the Library Configuring the Remote Management Card Configuring the Remote Management Card Install and Configure the Remote Management Card All library models only require one remote management card. Installation Refer to “Removing and Replacing Cards” on page 2-18 for information about installing the remote management card.

  • Page 121

    Configuring the Library Configuring the Remote Management Card NOTE The MAC address is unique to each remote management card and is used for identification. This address cannot be configured. To successfully use BOOTP from the library, the system administrator must first configure the BOOTP server using the MAC address. 5.

  • Page 122

    Configuring the Library Configuring the Library for Fibre Channel Configuring the Library for Fibre Channel It is not necessary to connect the library to its Fibre Channel topology NOTE (arbitrated loop or fabric) before configuration. Configuration When Fibre Channel controller cards are installed in the library, device NOTE SCSI IDs cannot be changed from their factory default.

  • Page 123

    Configuring the Library Configuring the Library for Fibre Channel 3. A message displays the following information: • Fibre Channel controller type (LVD or HVD SCSI) • SCSI bus status Select [MORE] 4. A message displays information for the , including: CURRENT STATUS •...

  • Page 124

    Configuring the Library Configuring the Library for Fibre Channel • If you selected hard addressing for a loop connection, select the AL_PA (fixed address) or choose auto-select. Auto-select is an option under hard addressing that selects an available address and then uses it as a hard address from then on. 7.

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