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Chapter 2 Basic Operations

Viewing Statistics

hReinsert the level 2 left magazine into the library and close the bottom left magazine access door.

3To remove any other magazine:

a Press the white button next to the desired magazine access door.

Note: If you are opening the bottom left magazine access door, open the top left magazine access door first.

The magazine access door opens.

bGrasp the handle at the front of the desired magazine and slide it forward and out of the library.

Viewing Statistics

Accessing the

Statistics Menu

Screen

This section explains how to view library, drive, and SCSI statistics using the Statistics Menu screen.

To access the Statistics Menu screen:1 On the main screen, pressMenu.

The GUI displays the Menu screen.

2Press Service.

The GUI displays the Service Menu screen (seefigure 30).

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Figure 30 Service

Menu Screen

3Press Stats.

The GUI displays the Statistics Menu screen (seefigure 31).

Figure 31 Statistics

Menu Screen

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Viewing Library

Statistics

Figure 32 Sample

Library Statistics

Screen

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Viewing Statistics

To view library statistics:

1Access the Statistics Menu screen (seeAccessing the Statistics Menu Screen).

2On the Statistics Menuscreen, press Library.

The GUI displays the Library Statistics screen (seefigure 32).

This screen lists the following library statistics:

Power On Hours

Slot Fetches Good

Slot Fetches Bad

Slot Stows Good

Slot Stows Bad

Barcode Retries

Magazine Inserts

X Axis Distance

Y Axis Distance

Z Axis Distance

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Theta Distance

 

 

Picker Distance

 

 

Elevator Distance

 

3

Press the Up andDown buttons to scroll through the list.

 

4

When you have finished viewing the library statistics, press

 

 

Back to return to theStatistics Menu screen, or pressMain to

 

 

return to the main screen.

 

To view drive statistics:

Viewing Drive

Statistics

1

Access the Statistics Menu screen (see Accessing the Statistics

 

 

 

Menu Screen).

 

2

On the Statistics Menu screen, pressDrive.

 

 

The GUI displays the Drive Statistics screen (seefigure 33).

Figure 33 Sample

Drive Statistics Screen

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Viewing the SCSI

History

Figure 34 Sample

SCSI History Screen

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Viewing Statistics

This screen lists the following drive statistics:

Drive Fetches Good

Drive Fetches Bad

Drive Stows Good

Drive Stows Bad

3When you have finished viewing the drive statistics, press Back to return to theStatistics Menu screen, or pressMain to return to the main screen.

To view a list of the SCSI commands run on the library:

1Access the Statistics Menu screen (seeAccessing the Statistics Menu Screen).

2On the Statistics Menu screen, pressSCSI.

The GUI displays the SCSI History screen (seefigure 34).

This screen lists SCSI commands by date and time.

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Viewing the Stack Configuration

3 Press theUp andDown buttons to scroll through the list.

4When you have finished viewing the SCSI history, press Back to return to theStatistics Menu screen, or pressMain to return to the main screen.

Viewing the Stack Configuration

If the library module is part of a multiple library stack, you can view the configuration of the entire stack using the Stack Configurationscreen.

To access the Stack Configuration screen:

On an L25 library, press Stack on the main screen.

On an L100 library, press Level on the main screen until theStack button appears at the lower right corner of the screen. PressStack.

The GUI displays the Stack Configuration screen (seefigure 35).

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Figure 35 Sample

Stack Configuration

Screen

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Stack levels installed

Available stack levels

= Drive installed

= Magazine installed

= Drive not installed

= Magazine not installed

= Drive disabled

 

This screen displays the:

Maximum size of the library (this depends on the length of the StackLink installed)

Number of library modules installed in the stack

Number, location, and SCSI IDs of the tape drives installed

Number and location of the tape cartridge magazines installed

When you are finished viewing the Stack Configuration screen, pressMain to return to the main screen.

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Chapter 3

Changing the Library

Configuration 3

This chapter explains how to change the library configuration using the GUI Configuration screen.

Accessing the Configuration Screen

To access the Configuration screen:

1On the main screen, press Menu.

The GUI displays the Menu screen (seefigure 36).

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Accessing the Configuration Screen

Figure 36 Menu

Screen

2Press Config.

The GUI displays the Configuration screen (seefigure 37).

Figure 37

Configuration Screen

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Chapter 3 Changing the Library Configuration

Setting the Library ID

Setting the Library ID

By default the library SCSI ID is set to 0. To change the library SCSI

ID setting:

1Access the Configuration screen (seeAccessing the Configuration Screen).

2 Press theUp orDown buttons untilLibrary ID is highlighted.

3 Press Select.

4Use the Up orDown buttons to select the desired SCSI ID. Available settings are0 through15.

5 Press Select.

To return to the Configuration screen without changing the option setting, pressCancel.

6 PressMain to return to the main screen.

Caution: If you do not return to the main screen after changing this setting, your change will not be saved to NVRAM.

Note: You must reboot the library before this setting will take effect.

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Chapter 3 Changing the Library Configuration Changing a Tape Drive ID

Changing a Tape Drive ID

Figure 38 L100 Drive

Numbering

By default, the L25 tape drive SCSI IDs are set as follows:

Drive 1 ID = 1

Drive 2 ID = 2

The L100 tape drive SCSI IDs are set as follows:

Drive 1 ID = 1

Drive 2 ID = 2

Drive 3 ID = 3

Drive 4 ID = 4

Drive 5 ID = 15

Drive 6 ID = 14

Figure 38 illustrates the drive numbering scheme for the L100.

Drive 1 (default

SCSI ID = 1)

Drive 2 (default

SCSI ID = 2)

Drive 3 (default

SCSI ID = 3)

Drive 4 (default

SCSI ID = 4)

Drive 5 (default

SCSI ID = 15)

Drive 6 (default

SCSI ID = 14)

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Changing a Tape Drive ID

To change a tape drive SCSI ID:

1Access the Configuration screen (seeAccessing the Configuration Screen).

2Press the Up orDown buttons until the desired drive ID (for example,Drive 1 ID) is highlighted.

3 Press Select.

4Use the Up orDown buttons to select the desired SCSI ID. Available settings are0 through9, A throughF, and

Disabled.

Caution: Set the drive SCSI ID toDisabled only if the drive is not installed in the library.

5 Press Select.

To return to the Configuration screen without changing the option setting, pressCancel.

6If desired, repeat steps 2 through5 to set the SCSI ID for another tape drive.

7 PressMain to return to the main screen.

Caution: If you do not return to the main screen after changing this setting, your change will not be saved to NVRAM.

Note: You must reboot the library before this setting will take effect.

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Chapter 3 Changing the Library Configuration

Changing the Terminator Power Setting

Changing the Terminator Power Setting

The Terminator Power option controls whether the library robotics provide terminator power.

To enable or disable robotics terminator power:

1Access the Configuration screen (seeAccessing the Configuration Screen).

2Press the Up orDown buttons untilTerminator Power is highlighted.

3 Press Select.

4Use the Up orDown buttons to select the desiredTerminator Power setting. Available settings areEnabled andDisabled.

Note: The default setting isEnabled.

5Press Select.

To return to the Configuration screen without changing the option setting, pressCancel.

6 PressMain to return to the main screen.

Caution: If you do not return to the main screen after changing this setting, your change will not be saved to NVRAM.

Note: You must reboot the library before this setting will take effect.

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Chapter 3 Changing the Library Configuration

Changing the Emulation Setting

Changing the Emulation Setting

The Emulation option allows you to set the library to act as either a

Quantum ATL library or an M4 Data library.

To set the emulation:

1Access the Configuration screen (seeAccessing the Configuration Screen on page 53).

2 Press theUp orDown buttons untilEmulation is highlighted.

3 Press Select.

4Use the Up orDown buttons to select the desiredEmulation setting. The available settings areATL M2500,ATL 1500, and

M4 Data.

Note: The default setting for the L25 isM4 Data; the default setting for the L100 isATL M2500.

5 Press Select.

To return to the Configuration screen without changing the option setting, pressCancel.

6 PressMain to return to the main screen.

Caution: If you do not return to the main screen after changing this setting, your change will not be saved to NVRAM.

Note: You must reboot the library before this setting will take effect.

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Chapter 3 Changing the Library Configuration

Changing the Sync Negotiation Setting

Changing the Sync Negotiation Setting

The Sync Negotiation option controls whether the library robotics negotiates synchronous data transfer mode. Normally, this negotiation is performed by the host.

Note: This option does not enable or disable synchronous data transfers; it only controls the ability of the library to negotiate for such transfers.

To enable or disable Sync Negotiation:

1Access the Configuration screen (seeAccessing the Configuration Screen on page 53).

2Press the Up orDown buttons untilSync Negotiation is highlighted.

3 Press Select.

4Use the Up orDown buttons to select the desiredSync Negotiation setting. The available settings areEnabled and

Disabled.

Note: The default setting isEnabled.

5Press Select.

To return to the Configuration screen without changing the option setting, pressCancel.

6 PressMain to return to the main screen.

Caution: If you do not return to the main screen after changing this setting, your change will not be saved to NVRAM.

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Chapter 3 Changing the Library Configuration

Changing the Wide Negotiation Setting

Changing the Wide Negotiation Setting

The Wide Negotiation option controls whether the library robotics negotiates wide data transfer mode. Normally, this negotiation is performed by the host.

Note: This option does not enable or disable wide data transfers; it only controls the ability of the library to negotiate for such transfers.

To enable or disable Wide Negotiation:

1Access the Configuration screen (seeAccessing the Configuration Screen on page 53).

2Press the Up orDown buttons untilWide Negotiation is highlighted.

3 Press Select.

4Use the Up orDown buttons to select the desiredWide Negotiation setting. The available settings areEnabled and

Disabled.

Note: The default setting isEnabled.

5Press Select.

To return to the Configuration screen without changing the option setting, pressCancel.

6 PressMain to return to the main screen.

Caution: If you do not return to the main screen after changing this setting, your change will not be saved to NVRAM.

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Chapter 3 Changing the Library Configuration

Changing the Serialization Setting

Changing the Serialization Setting

The Serialization option controls how the library returns the tape drive serial number when aRead Element Status is requested.

When Serialization is set toOn, the tape drive serial number is returned in a format compatible with Quantum ATL Prism products. WhenSerialization is set toOff, the tape drive serial number is returned in a vendor unique format. This setting is only valid whenEmulation is set toATL M2500 orATL 1500 (seeChanging the Emulation Setting on page 59).

To enable or disable drive serialization:

1Access the Configuration screen (seeAccessing the Configuration Screen on page 53).

2 Press theUp orDown buttons untilSerialization is highlighted.

3 Press Select.

4Use the Up orDown buttons to select the desiredSerialization setting. The available settings areEnabled andDisabled.

Note: The default setting isDisabled.

5Press Select.

To return to the Configuration screen without changing the option setting, pressCancel.

6 PressMain to return to the main screen.

Caution: If you do not return to the main screen after changing this setting, your change will not be saved to NVRAM.

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Chapter 3 Changing the Library Configuration

Changing the Short Labels Setting

Changing the Short Labels Setting

The Short Labels option controls how many bar code label characters are returned when the host issues aRead Element Status command. WhenShort Labels is set to:

Off, all of the bar code label characters are returned

On, only the first six characters of the bar code label are returned

To enable or disable Short Labels:

1Access the Configuration screen (seeAccessing the Configuration Screen on page 53).

2 Press theUp orDown buttons untilShort Labels is highlighted.

3 Press Select.

4Use the Up orDown buttons to select the desiredShort Labels setting. The available settings areEnabled andDisabled.

Note: The default setting isDisabled.

5 Press Select.

6To return to the Configuration screen without changing the option setting, pressCancel.

7 PressMain to return to the main screen.

Caution: If you do not return to the main screen after changing this setting, your change will not be saved to NVRAM.

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Chapter 3 Changing the Library Configuration

Changing the Illumination Setting

Changing the Illumination Setting

The Illumination option allows you to turn the interior illumination of the library on or off. This illumination allows you to view the robotics easily through the viewing window.

To enable or disable Illumination:

1Access the Configuration screen (seeAccessing the Configuration Screen on page 53).

2 Press theUp orDown buttons untilIllumination is highlighted.

3 Press Select.

4Use the Up orDown buttons to select the desiredIllumination setting. The available settings areEnabled andDisabled.

Note: The default setting isEnabled.

5Press Select.

To return to the Configuration screen without changing the option setting, pressCancel.

6 PressMain to return to the main screen.

Caution: If you do not return to the main screen after changing this setting, your change will not be saved to NVRAM.

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