HP StorageWorks 1000ux Setup Manual

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Setup Guide
hp StorageWorks
1000ux/1900ux/2300ux
Optical Jukebox
First Edition (May 2004)
Part Number: AA966-96002
This guide describes procedures for unpacking, installing, configuring, and troubleshooting
installation issues for the HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox.

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    Setup Guide hp StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox First Edition (May 2004) Part Number: AA966-96002 This guide describes procedures for unpacking, installing, configuring, and troubleshooting installation issues for the HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox.

  • Page 2: Hp Storageworks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide

    Hewlett-Packard. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Obtaining HP-UX patches ........

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    Using HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools ....... . .

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    This user guide provides information to help you: Unpack the jukebox About this Guide Install and configure the jukebox Load media Troubleshoot installation issues “About This Guide” topics include: Related documentation, page 6 Conventions, page 6 Getting help, page 8 HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

  • Page 6: Related Documentation, Document Conventions

    About this Guide Related documentation In addition to this guide, HP provides corresponding information: HP StorageWorks Optical 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Jukebox User’s Guide HP StorageWorks Optical 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Jukebox Getting Started Poster Conventions Conventions consist of the following: Document conventions Text symbols Document conventions...

  • Page 7: Text Symbols

    Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or data. Note: Text set off in this manner presents commentary, sidelights, or interesting points of information. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

  • Page 8: Getting Help, Hp Technical Support, Hp Storage Web Site

    About this Guide Getting help If you still have a question after reading this guide, contact an HP authorized service provider or access our web site: http://www.hp.com. HP technical support Telephone numbers for worldwide technical support are listed on the following HP web site: http://www.hp.com/support/.

  • Page 9: Hp Authorized Reseller

    HP authorized reseller For the name of your nearest HP authorized reseller: In the United States, call 1-800-345-1518 In Canada, call 1-800-263-5868 Elsewhere, see the HP web site for locations and telephone numbers: http://www.hp.com. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    About this Guide HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Unpacking This chapter describes the following: Selecting an installation site, page 12 Removing the packing materials, page 14 HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

  • Page 12: Selecting An Installation Site

    59-95 10-35ºC Figure 1: Environmental considerations Note: Locate the AC outlet near the jukebox. The AC power cord is this product’s main AC disconnect device and must be easily accessible at all times. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Avoid areas near frequently used doors and walkways, stacks of supplies that collect dust, Caution: Excessive dust and printers that create paper dust, and debris can damage optical smoke-filled rooms. media and drives. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

  • Page 14: Removing The Packing Materials

    3. Using at least two people, remove the pallet ramp from on top of the jukebox and set it aside (see Figure 4. Remove the accessory kit and set it aside for later use. 5. Remove the foam rails from the top of the jukebox (see Figure HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Unpacking 6. Using a 9/16-inch open-end wrench, loosen the bolts securing the four wheel chocks to the pallet and remove them (see Figure Figure 3: Removing the wheel chocks HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Inspect the jukebox for any damage that may have occurred during shipment. Pay special attention to areas behind any scuffs on the anti-static bag. If damage is detected, contact your authorized service representative. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Unpacking 12. Store the packing materials for future shipment. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Unpacking HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Installation This chapter describes the following: Identifying product components, page 20 Identifying panel features, page 22 Getting connected, page 24 HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

  • Page 20: Identifying Product Components

    Quick reference for preparing the jukebox for operation Setup guide Manual includes procedures for unpacking, installing, and configuring the jukebox Miscellaneous information May include data sheets, upgrade information, production information, and additional promotions HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    SE mode even if the HBA is LVDS. Power cord Localized power cord as required Application software Required to operate your jukebox. Consult with your sales representative to identify the software that best meets your needs. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

  • Page 22: Identifying Panel Features, Front Panel Features And Descriptions

    Power switch—Turns power to the jukebox on and off. Located under the panel through an access hole. Mailslot—Used to insert and remove disks from the jukebox. Front service access panel—A panel for service access that should only be removed by qualified personnel. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

  • Page 23: Back Panel Features And Descriptions

    Back access panel—Covers the interface assembly (1, 2 and 3 in Figure This panel is removed by pushing up on the panel (from the bottom) and then pulling the panel out and away from the jukebox. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

  • Page 24: Getting Connected

    1. Remove the back access panel (side opposite the mailslot) by lifting up on the bottom of the panel and then pulling it away (see Figure Figure 7: Removing the back access panel HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    3) a fractured power cord which could cause the internal contacts to be exposed, which potentially could subject the user to a shock hazard. HP disclaims all liability when HP approved power cords are not used.

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    Drive 3 = 3 Drive 4 = 2 Note: The default administrative password is “000 000 000”. Note: The jukebox and host may need to be power-cycled before the new SCSI IDs will take effect. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Installation Figure 10: Setting the SCSI ID HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Installation HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Configuration This chapter describes the following: Using the jukebox on your host system, page 30 Loading UDO media, page 34 HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

  • Page 30: Using The Jukebox On Your Host System

    The following procedures describe how to configure the jukebox with your host operating system. Note: To use 30-GB disks, your operating system or application software must support 8,192 byte-per-sector media. HP-UX 11.x versions provide this natively with kernel patches as applicable (see “Obtaining HP-UX patches” on page 31).

  • Page 31: Connection To Hp-ux (11.x), Obtaining Hp-ux Patches

    When using a third party application, HP recommends you consult with the application vendor for configuration requirements and recommendations. Installing the schgr driver The schgr driver is an HP-UX native SCSI driver that allows commands to be sent to a media changer. 1. Log on to the system as root.

  • Page 32: Formatting And Mounting Udo Rewritable Disks

    Formatting and mounting UDO rewritable disks After loading the drive with media from the Operator Control Panel (OCP) or by using the HP-UX MC utility, you can format and mount the media as you would any other disk drive in HP-UX.

  • Page 33: Connection To Sun Solaris, Ibm Aix, Tru-64, And Linux

    Use third-party drivers. No native support is available with these operating systems. Note: For operating systems requiring third party drivers, HP recommends attaching the jukebox to the host with the host powered off. Power on the jukebox and then power on the server.

  • Page 34: Loading Udo Media

    4. LOADING displays as the jukebox moves the disk to a slot. After the disk is loaded into the storage slot, LOAD * displays. You can now load additional disks by inserting them into the mailslot and repeating step 3 until you are finished loading disks. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    5. Press CANCEL to return to the READY state. Note: For detailed information on using or ordering HP UDO media, refer to the getting started poster and the user’s guide that shipped with the jukebox. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Configuration HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Troubleshooting Installation This chapter describes the following: Resolving installation issues, page 38 Using HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools, page 40 HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    For HP-UX, use ioscan to verify that the HBA and attached devices are claimed. For other operating systems, refer to the system administrators guide for diagnosing missing peripherals. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Check for proper SCSI cabling and termination. Ensure the maximum cable length for the bus has not been exceeded (12 meters for LVDS and 3 meters for SE). HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    Troubleshooting Installation Using HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools (L&TT) is a robust diagnostic tool for tape mechanisms, tape automation, magneto-optical and UDO products. L&TT provides functionality for firmware downloads, verification of device operation, maintenance procedures, failure analysis, corrective service actions and some utility functions.

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    Local area network. A group of computers and peripherals physically connected so users can share hardware and software resources. mailslot The area where disks are inserted and removed from the jukebox. HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    UDO (Ultra Density Optical), like HP's DVD+RW, uses Phase Change technology in order to achieve increased data density on a 130mm disk. Phase Change technology uses a laser to read and write from the active layer on the disk. The recording process uses the laser to heat each data bit to a specific temperature.

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    32, document left access panel conventions Library and Tape Tools related documentation loading media driver, schgr location criteria environmental considerations mailslot media 32, mounting disks formatting disks HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

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    38, 39, requirements switch troubleshooting unpacking rack stability, warning warning ramp, pallet rack stability related documentation web sites HP storage L&TT wheel chocks schgr driver Windows 2000 SCSI bus type Windows 2003 SCSI IDs HP StorageWorks 1000ux/1900ux/2300ux Optical Jukebox Setup Guide...

This manual also for:

Storageworks 1900ux, Storageworks 2300ux

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