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HP Storageworks EML E- Tape LibraryHP StorageWorks Enterprise Modular Library E-Series 71e Ultrium 960 Tape library - LTO Ultrium - 3 - Rack-mountable

Total: 28.4 TB (native) / 56.8 TB (compressed), removable: 400 GB (native) / 800 GB (compressed), slot 71, max drives: 4

The EML71e configuration (AH062A) is bundled with 2 Ultrium 960 LTO3 drives, a 4Gb interface controller and special edition Command View Library Software

 

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Great HD for the money. PS3 upgrade from 60 gigs to a whopping 320 gigs completed with out a hitch! Excellent drive. The first reviewer should have checked out the limits of his machine and bios. True.
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Works fine. Lots of space. Love Hitachi No cons so far. Hitachi rocks Great buy. This drive runs between 95 & 97F in my Thinkpad T60. Thats about 5 degrees cooler than the factory hard drive.
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AgrentCoop 7:13am on Sunday, May 16th, 2010 
Hitachi travelstar internal hard drive It does its job well but assembling is not too easy.
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I purchased this after a long search for a reasonably priced and reliable and not-too-huge external hard drive. Works great with Time Machine on a Mac! Easy To Install","Fast","Highly Compatible","Quiet","Reliable
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HP StorageWorks EML E-Series Ultrium 1840 tape drive module upgrade or replacement
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Inspect the contents of the kit. (Tape drive replacement kits do not include a cable.) You may need a screwdriver to remove and replace this tape drive.
Copyright 2007 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. First edition: September 2007 The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Printed in the US www.hp.com
2 Locating the instructions for your librarys conguration
This tape module kit can be used to add an LTO4 (Ultrium 1840) tape drive to a library or replace an existing LTO2 (Ultrium 460), LTO3 (Ultrium 960) or LTO4 tape drive. Special steps are needed when adding the rst LTO4 tape drive to a library that only contains LTO2 or LTO3 tape drives and when replacing an LTO2 or LTO3 tape drive with a LTO4 tape drive. To install this LTO4 tape drive, go to the section of this guide containing the procedure for your situation: Section 3: Adding an LTO4 tape drive to a library that already has an LTO4 tape drive. Section 4: Adding an LTO4 tape drive to a library without any LTO4 tape drives installed. Section 5: Replacing an LTO2 or LTO3 tape drive in a library that already has an LTO4 tape drive. Section 6: Replacing an LTO2 or LTO3 tape drive in a library without any LTO4 tape drives installed. Section 7: Replacing an LTO4 tape drive.

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3.4 Connect the Fibre Channel cable
3 Adding an LTO4 tape drive to a library that already has an LTO4 tape drive

3.1 Open the library

Connect an FC cable to the port A FC connector on the new drive. The FC cable clicks into place. CAUTION: To avoid damaging FC cables, do not pinch or bend the cables sharper than a 5 cm (2 inch) diameter.
Open the back doors of the library.
Connect the other end of the FC cable to its corresponding port on the SAN. Attach a label to each end of the cable to mark the port designations.
3.2 Remove the drive bay cover
3.5 Connect the Ethernet cable
Locate a vacant drive bay. Remove the face plate covering the drive bay by removing the screw holding it in place.
3.3 Install the new tape drive
1) Insert one end of the Ethernet cable included with the tape drive to the MGMT port on the tape drive. 2) Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the internal network switch installed in the library. Do not connect the MGMT port or internal network switch to the public or site LAN.
3.6 Congure the new tape drive
Use Command View TL or the Interface Manager CLI to enter the host mapping, access control, and FC speed settings for the new tape drive. See the HP StorageWorks Interface Manager and Command View TL Users Guide for detailed instructions.
Remove the end cap from the port A FC connector on the new tape drive. Insert the new drive module into the vacant drive bay and tighten the captive screw to secure the drive to the chassis.

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3.7 Congure the SAN switch
Rezone the SAN, if necessary, to account for the new tape drive and paths. Reboot the SAN FC switch if necessary.

3.8 Verify connectivity

Verify that the Fibre Channel port A LED on the new tape drive is green when connected to a switch and linked.

3.9 Close the doors

Close the back doors of the library.
3.10 Upgrade the tape drive rmware
Ensure that the tape drive has the latest rmware for correct operation. If necessary, upgrade the drive rmware using the Command View TL rmware upgrade wizard or the Interface Managers Command Line Interface. See the HP StorageWorks Interface Manager and Command View TL Users Guide for detailed procedures on upgrading drive rmware.

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4.4 Remove the drive bay cover
4 Adding an LTO4 tape drive to a library without any LTO4 tape drives installed
4.1 Upgrade library and drive rmware
Upgrade the rmware for all library components so they will recognize the LTO4 tape drive. Upgrade the drive rmware for all LTO2 and LTO3 tape drives in the library so they will properly handle the LTO4 media. IMPORTANT: LTO2 and LTO3 tape drives require the most recent rmware to immediately identify LTO4 media. Without the most recent rmware, loading an LTO4 cartridge into an earlier generation drive may result in a long media identication and unload time. The drive may not identify the media and return a load error before the application times out waiting for the load. HP strongly recommends keeping your tape drives updated to the most recent rmware.

4.5 Install the new tape drive

4.2 Open the library

4.6 Connect the Fibre Channel cable
4.3 Install the internal network switch
Install the switch for the internal network using the installation poster included in the Internal Network Kit. IMPORTANT: Do not connect the switch to the local LAN. The switch is used for internal library communication. Connecting it to a LAN can cause library components to perform incorrectly or report failures.
Connect an FC cable to the port A FC connector on the new drive. The FC cable should click into place. CAUTION: To avoid damaging FC cables, do not pinch or bend the cables sharper than a 5 cm (2 inch) diameter.

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4.7 Connect the Ethernet cable

4.9 Verify connectivity

1) Connect one end of the Ethernet cable included with the tape drive to the MGMT port on the tape drive. 2) Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the internal network switch installed in the library. Do not connect the MGMT port or internal network switch to the public or site LAN.

4.10 Close the doors

4.8 Congure the library and SAN
Insert new LTO4 media if desired.
Reset the library settings
Reset the library to the factory defaults so the library will discover the new components and forget the old components.

Congure the components

Use Command View TL or the Interface Manager CLI to enter the host mapping, access control, and FC speed settings for all components. See the HP StorageWorks Interface Manager and Command View TL Users Guide for detailed instructions.

Congure the SAN switch

Rezone the SAN, if necessary, to account for the new hardware and paths. Reboot the SAN FC switch if necessary.
4.1 Upgrade the drive rmware 1
Ensure that the tape drive has the latest rmware for correct operation. If necessary, upgrade the drive rmware using the Command View TL rmware upgrade wizard or the Interface Managers Command Line Interface. See the HP StorageWorks Interface Manager and Command View TL Users Guide for detailed procedures on upgrading drive rmware. NOTE: A new drive will not be recognized by the library until after a reboot.

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5 Replacing an LTO2 or LTO3 tape drive in a library that already has an LTO4 tape drive
5.1 Record library settings
Replacing an LTO2 or LTO3 tape drive with an LTO4 tape drive requires all host mapping, partitioning, access control, and FC speed settings to be cleared out and manually re-entered at the end of the replacement procedure. In preparation for this, use Command View TL or the Interface Manager CLI to write down all these settings before beginning the drive replacement. Because the hardware and device paths will change, ETLAs save/restore features can not be used to re-enter old settings.
Disconnect the FC cable from the drive to be replaced by pressing down on the cable connector tab and pulling the connector away from the drive. Disconnect the other end of the FC cable from the interface controller card. If necessary, use a screwdriver to loosen the captive screw at the right side of the drive module. Grasp the drive and pull the drive from the drive bay. NOTE: Leave the interface controller card in the library to maintain proper airow.

5.2 Open the library

5.3 Remove the old tape drive
Unload any tape cartridges in the drive to be removed using your application software or the library operator control panel (OCP). Use your backup software to stop library activity.
5.4 Install the new tape drive
5.5 Connect the Fibre Channel cable
Identify the tape drive to be replaced. The fault LED might be lit.
Connect the FC cable you removed from the old tape drive to the port A FC connector on the new tape drive. The FC cable should click into place.

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CAUTION: To avoid damaging FC cables, do not pinch or bend the cables sharper than a 5 cm (2 inch) diameter.
Congure the new tape drive
5.6 Connect the Ethernet cable

5.8 Verify connectivity

5.9 Close the doors
5.7 Congure the library and SAN
Reset the library settings from Command View TL or the Interface Manager. Retain the Interface Manager Network Settings, SNMP Settings, and Trace and Event logs. To reset the library settings from Command View TL: 1. In the Launcher window, select the library to be congured. 2. In the Library window, click the Support tab. 3. In the left panel, select Restore Factory Defaults. A list of components appears in the right panel. 4. Select Actions > Restore Defaults on All Components. 5. On the screen that appears you can retain Interface Manager Network Settings, SNMP Settings, and Trace and Event Logs. Click Next and then click Finish. To reset the library settings from the Interface Manager command line, log in and enter the following command: restore system defaults imnet logs snmp

5.10 Upgrade the drive rmware

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6.5 Remove the old tape drive
6 Replacing an LTO2 or LTO3 tape drive in a library without any LTO4 tape drives installed
6.1 Record library settings
6.2 Upgrade library and drive rmware

6.3 Open the library

6.4 Install the internal network switch

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6.6 Install the new tape drive
6.8 Connect the Ethernet cable
6.7 Connect the Fibre Channel cable
6.9 Congure the library and SAN
Connect an FC cable that you removed from the old tape drive to the port A FC connector on the new tape drive. The FC cable should click into place. CAUTION: To avoid damaging FC cables, do not pinch or bend the cables sharper than a 5 cm (2 inch) diameter.
Rezone the SAN, if necessary, to account for the new hardware and paths. Reboot the SAN FC switch if necessary. Page 9
6.10 Verify the installation
Verify that the Fibre Channel port A LED on each of the new tape drives is green when connected to a switch and linked.

6.1 Close the doors 1

6.12 Upgrade the drive rmware

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7 Replacing an LTO4 tape drive

7.1 Open the library

Disconnect the FC cable from the drive to be replaced by pressing down on the cable connector tab and pulling the connector away from the drive. Unplug the Ethernet cable from the MGMT port.
7.2 Remove the old tape drive
If necessary, use a screwdriver to loosen the captive screw at the right side of the drive module. Grasp the drive and pull the drive from the drive bay.
7.3 Install the new tape drive
Remove the end cap from the port A FC connector the new tape drive. Insert the new drive module into the vacant drive bay and tighten the captive screw to secure the drive to the chassis.

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7.4 Connect the Fibre Channel cable

7.6 Verify connectivity

Reconnect the end of the FC cable that you disconnected from the old tape drive to the port A FC connector on the new tape drive. The FC cable should click into place. Verify that the other end of the FC cable is connected to its corresponding port on the SAN.
7.7 Close the doors 7.5 Connect the Ethernet cable
7.8 Upgrade the drive rmware
1) Connect the end of the Ethernet cable that you disconnected from the old tape drive to the MGMT port of the new tape drive. 2) Verify that the other end of the Ethernet cable is connected to the internal network switch installed in the library. Do not connect the MGMT port or internal network switch to the public or site LAN.

Getting help

HP Product information: http://www.hp.com/go/storage HP technical support and phone numbers: http://www.hp.com/support HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools (L&TT) diagnostic software: http://www.hp.com/support/tapetools Interface Manager and HP StorageWorks Command View TL: http://www.hp.com/support/cvtl HP documentation: http://www.hp.com/support/manuals

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Technical specifications

General
Device TypeTape library - LTO Ultrium
Recording StandardLTO Ultrium 3
Enclosure TypeRack-mountable
Total Storage Capacity28.4 TB (native) / 56.8 TB (compressed)
Removable Media Capacity71
Average Media Exchange Time36 sec
Max Supported Drives4
Supported Tape DrivesLTO Ultrium 3
Built-in DevicesTouch screen
Width24 in
Depth39.7 in
Height78.7 in
Weight729.1 lbs
Storage Removable
Type2 x LTO Ultrium
Capacity400 GB (native) / 800 GB (compressed)
Supported Tape Cartridges (Read and Write)Ultrium 2, Ultrium 3
Recording StandardUltrium 2, Ultrium 3
Data Transfer Rate (native)80 MBps ( 288 GBph )
Data Transfer Rate (compressed)160 MBps ( 576 GBph )
Storage Controller
TypeFibre Channel
Controller Interface Type4Gb Fibre Channel
Supported DevicesTape drive
Expansion / Connectivity
Expansion Slots Total (Free)2 PCI
Interfaces1 x 4Gb Fibre Channel - LC multi-mode
Miscellaneous
MSBF2,000,000
Compliant StandardsCISPR 22 Class A, CISPR 24, IEC 60950
Power
TypePower supply
Voltage RequiredAC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Software / System Requirements
Software IncludedDrivers & Utilities
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support1 year warranty
Service & Support DetailsLimited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - on-site - response time: next day Technical support - phone consulting - 1 year
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature50 F
Max Operating Temperature95 F
Humidity Range Operating20 - 80%
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandHewlett-Packard
Part NumberAH062A
GTIN00882780589308

 

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