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HP Surestore 320ex - Optical Jukebox Command Reference Manual

HP Surestore 320ex - Optical Jukebox Command Reference Manual (378 pages)

Optical Drive and Library For fx, ex and mx Models  
Brand: HP | Category: Software | Size: 9.31 MB
Table of contents
Command Reference2................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History3................................................................................................................................................................
Typographical Conventions4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Drive Control Through Scsi21................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Control Commands22................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Bus Phases22................................................................................................................................................................
Arbitration Phase22................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Phase22................................................................................................................................................................
Reselection Phase22................................................................................................................................................................
Information Transfer Phase22................................................................................................................................................................
Data Phase23................................................................................................................................................................
Command Phase23................................................................................................................................................................
Message Phase23................................................................................................................................................................
Command Complete 00h25................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Message 01h25................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Negotiation Started By The Initiator26................................................................................................................................................................
Save Data Pointer 02h28................................................................................................................................................................
Restore Pointers 03h28................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect 04h28................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator-detected Error 05h28................................................................................................................................................................
Abort 06h28................................................................................................................................................................
Message Reject 07h29................................................................................................................................................................
No Operation 08h30................................................................................................................................................................
Message Parity Error 09h30................................................................................................................................................................
Linked Command Complete 0ah30................................................................................................................................................................
Abort Tag 0dh30................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Queue 0eh31................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Tag Messages (20h, 21h, 22h)31................................................................................................................................................................
Identify 80h-ffh32................................................................................................................................................................
Status Phase33................................................................................................................................................................
Conditions35................................................................................................................................................................
Attention Condition35................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Condition35................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Attention Condition36................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Commands Used By The Target37................................................................................................................................................................
Numerical List Of Commands39................................................................................................................................................................
Flag, Link, And Reladr44................................................................................................................................................................
Test Unit Ready Command (00h)45................................................................................................................................................................
Rezero Unit Command (01h)46................................................................................................................................................................
Request Sense Command (03h)47................................................................................................................................................................
Sense Data Format48................................................................................................................................................................
Field Pointer Types50................................................................................................................................................................
Format Unit Command (04h)52................................................................................................................................................................
Format Unit Command Defect List54................................................................................................................................................................
Reassign Blocks Command (07h)56................................................................................................................................................................
Reassign Blocks Command Defect List56................................................................................................................................................................
Read (group 0) Command (08h)58................................................................................................................................................................
Write (group 0) Command (0ah)60................................................................................................................................................................
Seek (group 0) Command (0bh)62................................................................................................................................................................
Inquiry Command (12h)63................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Select Command (15h)68................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Select Header70................................................................................................................................................................
Read-write Error Recovery71................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect-reconnect73................................................................................................................................................................
Caching Page 08h74................................................................................................................................................................
Control Mode Page 0ah76................................................................................................................................................................
Medium Types Supported Page 0bh77................................................................................................................................................................
Vendor Unique Format Page 20h79................................................................................................................................................................
Format Mode 03h80................................................................................................................................................................
Vendor Unique Page 21h83................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Page Parameter Default Values85................................................................................................................................................................
Dip Switch Locations88................................................................................................................................................................
Reserve Command (16h)89................................................................................................................................................................
Release Command (17h)90................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Sense (group 0) Command (1ah)91................................................................................................................................................................
Read-write Error Recover Page94................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect-reconnect Page 02h96................................................................................................................................................................
Control Mode Page (0ah)100................................................................................................................................................................
Medium Types101................................................................................................................................................................
Vendor Unique103................................................................................................................................................................
Format Mode104................................................................................................................................................................
Start/stop Unit Command (1bh)110................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Diagnostic Results Command (1ch)111................................................................................................................................................................
Send Diagnostic Command (1dh)113................................................................................................................................................................
Prevent/allow Medium Removal Command (1eh)116................................................................................................................................................................
Read Capacity Command (25h)117................................................................................................................................................................
Read (group 1) Command (28h)119................................................................................................................................................................
Write (group 1) Command (2ah)121................................................................................................................................................................
Seek (group 1) Command (2bh)124................................................................................................................................................................
Erase (group 1) Command (2ch)125................................................................................................................................................................
Write And Verify (group 1) Command (2eh)127................................................................................................................................................................
Verify (group 1) Command (2fh)129................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-fetch (34h)131................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronize Cache (35h)132................................................................................................................................................................
Read Defect Data (group 1) Command (37h)133................................................................................................................................................................
Write Buffer Command (3bh)136................................................................................................................................................................
Read Buffer Command (3ch)139................................................................................................................................................................
Read Long Command (3eh)141................................................................................................................................................................
Write Long Command (3fh)143................................................................................................................................................................
Log Select Command (4ch)146................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter List Data147................................................................................................................................................................
Log Sense Command (4dh)148................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Log Pages 00h149................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Select (group 2) Command (55h)159................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Sense (group 2) Command (5ah)162................................................................................................................................................................
Read (group 5) Command (a8h)165................................................................................................................................................................
Write (group 5) Command (aah)168................................................................................................................................................................
Erase (group 5) Command (ach)171................................................................................................................................................................
Write And Verify (group 5) Command (aeh)174................................................................................................................................................................
Verify (group 5) Command (afh)177................................................................................................................................................................
Read Defect Data (group 5) Command (b7h)179................................................................................................................................................................
Read Long Command (deh)182................................................................................................................................................................
Write Long Command (dfh)184................................................................................................................................................................
Alphabetical List Of Commands191................................................................................................................................................................
Initialize Element Status Command (07h)199................................................................................................................................................................
Rotate Mailslot Command (0ch)200................................................................................................................................................................
Inquiry Command Data202................................................................................................................................................................
Vital Product Data Pages203................................................................................................................................................................
Reserve Command Element List Descriptors206................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Sense Command (1ah)208................................................................................................................................................................
Transport Element (picker)212................................................................................................................................................................
Device Capabilities213................................................................................................................................................................
Send Diagnostic Command Data223................................................................................................................................................................
Position To Element Command (2bh)225................................................................................................................................................................
Log Sense Parameter Data234................................................................................................................................................................
Error Logs Table Format236................................................................................................................................................................
Move Success Log Table Format240................................................................................................................................................................
Force Log Data Format241................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery Log Data Format242................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Log Data Format244................................................................................................................................................................
Odometer Log Data Format245................................................................................................................................................................
Run-time Log Data Format246................................................................................................................................................................
Retry Log Data Format248................................................................................................................................................................
Move History Log Data Format250................................................................................................................................................................
Move Medium Command (a5h)251................................................................................................................................................................
Exchange Medium Command (a6h)253................................................................................................................................................................
Read Element Status Command (b8h)255................................................................................................................................................................
Read Element Status Data256................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter Overview265................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Error Codes272................................................................................................................................................................
Dsp Error Codes282................................................................................................................................................................
Request Sense Error Codes290................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Sense Data Format For Error Recovery295................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Error Codes306................................................................................................................................................................
Autochanger Move Error Codes316................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tests327................................................................................................................................................................

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HP Surestore 320ex - Optical Jukebox Service Manual

HP Surestore 320ex - Optical Jukebox Service Manual (230 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Jukebox | Size: 4.29 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Product Information15................................................................................................................................................................
Overview16................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications17................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1 Technical Specifications17................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications20................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-2 Environmental Specifications20................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-3 Power Requirements22................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-4 Reliability22................................................................................................................................................................
Clearance Requirements23................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-5 Product Certifications23................................................................................................................................................................
Location Requirements24................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1 Clearance Requirements24................................................................................................................................................................
Responsibilities25................................................................................................................................................................
Installation27................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Controls And Features29................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-1 Right Side29................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-2 Left Side30................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Scsi Cables To The Jukebox32................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-1 Maximum Scsi External Cable Lengths (assuming No Scsi Devices Internal To The Host Computer)32................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Jukebox As The Only Peripheral34................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-3 Connecting The Jukebox As The Only Peripheral34................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Jukebox With Other Scsi Peripherals36................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Power37................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Write Verify38................................................................................................................................................................
Default Scsi Ids In The Jukebox When Using Basic Scsi Addressing And When Using Lun Mode39................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-2 Default Scsi And Lun Settings39................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-3 Lun Mapping If "drvs" Scsi Id Is Changed To An Id Different Than The Jukebox (ids Used Here Are An Example)40................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-4 Two Or Four Drives, Basic Scsi Addressing41................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-5. Two Or Four Drives, Lun Addressing42................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-6. Two Or Four Drives, Lun Addressing42................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-4 Possible Additional Scsi Addresses Available44................................................................................................................................................................
Moving Or Shipping The Jukebox45................................................................................................................................................................
Moving The Jukebox A Short Distance45................................................................................................................................................................
Shipping The Jukebox46................................................................................................................................................................
Operation And Configuration47................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Control Panel49................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1 The Jukebox Control Panel50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2 Jukebox Display Menu Tree52................................................................................................................................................................
Using Selection Buttons53................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Display Window Messages54................................................................................................................................................................
Top Level Menus54................................................................................................................................................................
Second Level Menus54................................................................................................................................................................
Loading A Disk56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3 Loading A Disk56................................................................................................................................................................
Ejecting A Disk57................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Administration Menu Password58................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Administration Menu Password59................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Scsi Ids61................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Lun Mode61................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Scsi Ids61................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Current Scsi Ids63................................................................................................................................................................
Setting An Operating Configuration66................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-1 Configuration Choices67................................................................................................................................................................
Retrieving Log History70................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2 Information Logs70................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting And Diagnostics75................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Using The Control Panel77................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Troubleshooting Information77................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Possible Suspect Frus77................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-1 Suspect Frus78................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery Procedures For Operation/installation Errors79................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1 Troubleshooting79................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery Procedures For Specific Hardware Errors88................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-2 Hardware Errors Verification/recovery88................................................................................................................................................................
Micro-move Error Codes100................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-3 Micro-move Error Codes100................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Micro-moves104................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-4 Micro-move Ids And Expanded Descriptions104................................................................................................................................................................
Running An Internal Test117................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-5 Internal Tests117................................................................................................................................................................
Removal And Replacement123................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Yourself And The Product125................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge (esd) Precautions125................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools125................................................................................................................................................................
Service Access127................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Right, Left, And Rear Access Panels127................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Left And Right Front Panels128................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-1 Mounting Screws On The Right, Left, And Rear Access Panels128................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-2. Control Panel Cables Disconnected When Removing The128................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Power Supply131................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-3 Cables And Mounting Screws On The Power Supplies132................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Mailslot Assembly133................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-4 Mailslot Assembly Mounting Screws133................................................................................................................................................................
Reassembly Notes134................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Control Panel Assembly135................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-5 Control Panel Assembly Mounting Screws135................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing An Optical Drive - Jukebox Offline137................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-6 Removing Drive Cables And Enclosure Mounting Screw137................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-7 Unmounting A Drive From An Enclosure138................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-8 Removing Cables From A Drive139................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-9 Disk Eject Hole140................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing An Optical Drive - Jukebox Online141................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-10. Online Drive Replacement Leds, Communication Switches141................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-11 Disk Eject Hole144................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-12 Unmounting A Drive From An Enclosure144................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-13 Disconnecting The Cables145................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Interposer Pca148................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-14 Disconnecting Cables And Screws148................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Picker149................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-15 Picker Umbilical Cable149................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-16 Releasing And Stowing The Picker Translate Cable150................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-17 Holding The Translate Frame In Position152................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-18 Releasing The The Picker Capture Bracket153................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-19 Removing The Translate Frame Capture Bracket153................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-20 Rotating The Picker Assembly Out Of The Translate Frame154................................................................................................................................................................
Removing/replacing The Translate Frame (including The Picker)155................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-21 Raising The Translate Frame And Holding The Frame In Position156................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-22 Releasing The Lower End Of The Vertical Encoder Strip157................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-23 The Visual Locator Bracket158................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-24. Disconnecting The Vertical Umbilical Cable158................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-25 Removing The Tensioners From The Translate Frame160................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-26 Rotating The Translate Frame Out Of The Chassis161................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-27 Remounting The Tensioners On The Translate Frame162................................................................................................................................................................
Removing/replacing The Vertical Encoder Strip164................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-28 Releasing The Ends Of The Vertical Encoder Strip165................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Vertical Motion Motor166................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-29 Cables And Mounting Screws On The Vertical Motion Motor167................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Vertical Motor Gear Box168................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-30 Opening The Tensioners To Relieve Cable Tension168................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-31 Disconnecting The Rope Coupler169................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-32 Vertical Motor Gear Box Mounting Screw170................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-33 Positioning The Tensioner To Mount On The Translate Frame171................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-34 Placement Of The Ropes In The Rope Coupler171................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Controller Pca172................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-35 Removing The Controller Pca Cover172................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-36 Controller Pca Cables And Screws173................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Interface Pca174................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-37 Removing The Scsi Interface Module174................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-38 Removing The Scsi Interface Pca175................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-39 Cables On The Interface Pca176................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Scsi Cable177................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Rfi Adjustments178................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-40 Rfi Clamp On The Gpio And Scsi Cables178................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-41 Cable Clamps On The Gpio And Scsi Cables179................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-42 Emi Strip On The Right-side Panel179................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Firmware To The Current Revision Level180................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Needed180................................................................................................................................................................
Check The Firmware Revision Level181................................................................................................................................................................
Download Firmware As Necessary181................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-1 Default Configuration Settings183................................................................................................................................................................
Replaceable Parts184................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-2 Exchange Parts184................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-3 Non-exchange Assemblies184................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-43 Exploded View (1 Of 3)188................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-44 Exploded View (2 Of 3)189................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-45 Exploded View (3 Of 3)190................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-46 Power Cabling191................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-47 Rope And Pulley System192................................................................................................................................................................
Theory Of Operation193................................................................................................................................................................
Jukebox Robotics195................................................................................................................................................................
Movements195................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-1 Scsi Command Translations195................................................................................................................................................................
The Robotics Controller Pca197................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-2 Robotic Controller Pca Block Diagram198................................................................................................................................................................
Interposer Pca199................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-3 Interposer Pca Block Diagram199................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Module202................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supplies203................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-4 Power Supplies And Poweron Sequence203................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Interface Pca204................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-5 Scsi Interface Pca Block Diagram204................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-6 Scsi Interface Pca205................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring This Jukebox On A Scsi Bus207................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-7 Single-ended And Differential Interfaces On This Jukebox207................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Devices To The Bus208................................................................................................................................................................
Picker212................................................................................................................................................................
Single-picker Mode212................................................................................................................................................................
Dual-picker Mode212................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Drive Mechanism213................................................................................................................................................................
Controller213................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-8 Optical Drive Functional Diagram213................................................................................................................................................................
Central Processing Unit (cpu)214................................................................................................................................................................
Gate Array214................................................................................................................................................................
Dsp (digital Signal Processor)214................................................................................................................................................................
Read / Write Channel Electronics214................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Motor214................................................................................................................................................................
Bias Magnet215................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Head215................................................................................................................................................................
Errors215................................................................................................................................................................
Safety And Regulatory Information219................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of This Appendix220................................................................................................................................................................
Cdrh Regulations (usa Only221................................................................................................................................................................
United Kingdom Telecommunications Act 1984222................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity223................................................................................................................................................................
Herstellerbescheinigung224................................................................................................................................................................
English Translation Of German Sound Emission Directive224................................................................................................................................................................
Turvallisuusyhteenveto225................................................................................................................................................................
Laserturvallisuus225................................................................................................................................................................
Huolto225................................................................................................................................................................
English Translation Of Finland Regulatory Information227................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Vcci Statement228................................................................................................................................................................
Index229................................................................................................................................................................
HP Surestore 320ex - Optical Jukebox User Manual

HP Surestore 320ex - Optical Jukebox User Manual (120 pages)

HP SureStore Optical Disk Jukeboxes User's Guide - C1160-90015  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 0.99 MB
Table of contents
Typographical Conventions3................................................................................................................................................................
In This Manual4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Jukebox14................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of This Chapter14................................................................................................................................................................
What You Need To Set Up The Jukebox14................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing A Location14................................................................................................................................................................
System Components Needed For Operation Of This Jukebox15................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Configuration15................................................................................................................................................................
High-availability Configuration15................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Controls And Features16................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1 Right Side16................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2 Left Side18................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Scsi Cables To The Jukebox20................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1 Maximum Scsi External Cable Lengths (assuming No Devices Internal To The Host Computer)20................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing Your Cabling Configurations21................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Jukebox As The Only Peripheral22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3 Connecting The Jukebox As The Only Peripheral22................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Jukebox With Other Scsi Devices24................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Power25................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Write Verify26................................................................................................................................................................
Moving Or Shipping The Jukebox27................................................................................................................................................................
Moving The Jukebox A Short Distance27................................................................................................................................................................
Shipping The Jukebox28................................................................................................................................................................
Using Optical Disks29................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Optical Disk Type31................................................................................................................................................................
Labeling An Optical Disk Cartridge32................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-1 Recommended Placement Of Cartridge Labels32................................................................................................................................................................
Write-protecting An Optical Disk33................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-2 Write-protect Button Location33................................................................................................................................................................
Caring For Optical Disks34................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Disks34................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Jukebox35................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Control Panel37................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1 The Jukebox Control Panel38................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2 Jukebox Display Menu Tree40................................................................................................................................................................
Using Selection Buttons41................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Display Window Messages42................................................................................................................................................................
Top Level Menus42................................................................................................................................................................
Second Level Menus42................................................................................................................................................................
Loading A Disk Into The Jukebox44................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3 Loading A Disk44................................................................................................................................................................
Ejecting A Disk From The Jukebox46................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Administration Menu Password47................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Administration Menu Password48................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Scsi Ids49................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Lun Mode49................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Scsi Ids50................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Current Scsi Ids51................................................................................................................................................................
Setting An Operating Configuration53................................................................................................................................................................
Retrieving Log History56................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2 Information Logs56................................................................................................................................................................
Running An Internal Test60................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-3 Internal Tests61................................................................................................................................................................
Using Online Repair66................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting67................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-4 Troubleshooting68................................................................................................................................................................
Supplies And Customer Support73................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of This Appendix74................................................................................................................................................................
Supplies And Accessories75................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-1 Basic Supplies And Accessories75................................................................................................................................................................
Hewlett-packard Customer Support79................................................................................................................................................................
Faxback Services80................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Support Services81................................................................................................................................................................
On-line Service Providers81................................................................................................................................................................
Accesshp And Support On The World Wide Web82................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Support During Warranty82................................................................................................................................................................
Us - America's Customer Support Center82................................................................................................................................................................
Europe - European Customer Support Center82................................................................................................................................................................
English Language Support From Other European Countries83................................................................................................................................................................
Asia-pacific - Hp Customer Support Center83................................................................................................................................................................
Elsewhere In The World To The Us84................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Support After Warranty84................................................................................................................................................................
North And South America And Canada84................................................................................................................................................................
Europe84................................................................................................................................................................
Elsewhere In The World85................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Telephone Support85................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Reseller Locator Numbers85................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty86................................................................................................................................................................
Operating This Jukebox On A Scsi Bus89................................................................................................................................................................
A Brief Overview Of Scsi90................................................................................................................................................................
General90................................................................................................................................................................
The Scsi Bus90................................................................................................................................................................
Initiators And Targets90................................................................................................................................................................
Lun Addressing91................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Rates On The Bus92................................................................................................................................................................
Termination92................................................................................................................................................................
Single-ended And Differential Interfaces93................................................................................................................................................................
Connectors93................................................................................................................................................................
The Scsi Bus And This Jukebox95................................................................................................................................................................
Figure B-1 Single-ended And Differential Interfaces On This Jukebox95................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Devices To The Bus96................................................................................................................................................................
Table B-1 Default Scsi And Lun Settings100................................................................................................................................................................
Default Scsi Ids In The Jukebox When Using Basic Scsi Addressing And When Using Lun Mode102................................................................................................................................................................
Figure B-2 Two Or Four Drives, Basic Scsi Addressing102................................................................................................................................................................
Different Ids104................................................................................................................................................................
Safety And Regulatory Information107................................................................................................................................................................
Cdrh Regulations (usa Only109................................................................................................................................................................
Ec Radio Frequency Interference Statement (europe Only110................................................................................................................................................................
United Kingdom Telecommunications Act 1984111................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity112................................................................................................................................................................
Herstellerbescheinigung113................................................................................................................................................................
English Translation Of German Sound Emission Directive113................................................................................................................................................................
Turvallisuusyhteenveto114................................................................................................................................................................
Laserturvallisuus114................................................................................................................................................................
Huolto114................................................................................................................................................................
English Translation Of Finland Regulatory Information115................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Vcci Statement116................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary117................................................................................................................................................................

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HP Surestore 320ex - Optical Jukebox Conversion Instructions (58 pages)

32/64/76 Slot, 5.2 Gbyte Drive Optical Jukebox Upgrade and Conversion Instructions - C1160-90018  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 0.53 MB
Table of contents
Edition2................................................................................................................................................................
Typographical Conventions3................................................................................................................................................................
Gbyte Drive7................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents8................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required15................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin18................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Module26................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Enclosure34................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Power Cable34................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Interface Cable34................................................................................................................................................................
T-20 Screws37................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Clamp37................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading Firmware52................................................................................................................................................................
Product Label57................................................................................................................................................................
HP Surestore 320ex - Optical Jukebox Faq

HP Surestore 320ex - Optical Jukebox Faq (34 pages)

HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools FAQ - Windows GUI Version  
Brand: HP | Category: Software | Size: 0.71 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Where Is The L&tt User Guide2................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Install L&tt3................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Run L&tt4................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Check My Drive Is Installed Correctly6................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Use L&tt To Find My Drive Serial Number7................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Verify That My Drive's Firmware Is Up To Date8................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Check The Health Of My Drive10................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Generate A Support Ticket11................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Run The Drive Assessment Test13................................................................................................................................................................
Why Is The Drive Assessment Test Recommended15................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Check The Health Of My Data Cartridge? (lto Only)16................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Check The Health Of My Data Cartridge? (non-lto)17................................................................................................................................................................
Was My Backup Successful? (lto Only)18................................................................................................................................................................
How Many More Uses Are Left With This Cleaning Cartridge? (lto Only)19................................................................................................................................................................
How Fast Will My Backups Be20................................................................................................................................................................
How Fast Will My Restores Be21................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Run The Device Performance Test22................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Run The System Performance Backup Pre-test24................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Run The System Performance Restore Pre-test25................................................................................................................................................................
How Much Data Can I Write To The Tape26................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Send A Support Ticket By E-mail27................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Send An L&tt Event Log29................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Send The Results Of The Assessment Test To Support31................................................................................................................................................................
How Do I Turn On Or Off Prevent Media Removal Or Hardware Data Compression33................................................................................................................................................................

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