IBM System Storage TS1130 Tape Drive supports controllers and subsystems

IBM United States Hardware Announcement 108-494
July 15, 2008

 

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At a glance

Enhancements of the TS1130 Tape Drive Model E06 include:

  • Native data rate performance of up to 160 MB/sec versus the 100 MB/sec data rate of the TS1120 Tape Drive Model E05.
  • With the use of the IBM Tape Data 3592 cartridge (JB) — The TS1130 Model E06 can format a cartridge uncompressed up to 1 TB (3 TB with 3:1 compression).
  • Giant Magneto Resistive (GMR) head technology
  • Encryption capabilities designed to work with the Encryption Key Manager component. Support for three encryption methods — System, Application, and Library Managed.
  • Small form factor to help improve space efficiency of your tape infrastructure.
  • Dual-ported native switched fabric interface designed to enhance the attachment flexibility.
  • High reliability and availability design.
  • Additional performance and access improvements over the TS1120 Tape Drive Model E05.

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Overview

The new System Storage™ TS1130 Tape Drive, Models E06 and EU6 (machine type 3592) are the third generation of the highly successful IBM 3592 Enterprise Tape Drives. The TS1130 Tape Drive is supported for integration in the IBM System Storage TS1120 Tape Controller Model C06, IBM Enterprise Tape Controller 3592 Model J70, IBM System Storage TS3400 Tape Library, IBM System Storage TS3500 Tape Library, IBM TotalStorage® 3494 Tape Library, IBM Silo Compatible Frame 3592 C20, or racks that enable stand-alone installation.

Note: The TS1130 3592 Model EU6 is only available as an upgrade to the TS1120 3592 Model E05 Tape Drive. Through this change, the E05 canister is upgraded to include the components necessary to achieve the media capacity and performance points of the EO6 tape drive through the Miscellaneous Equipment Specification (MES) process. Model upgrades beyond the Model EU6 will not be available. IBM plans are subject to change without notice, and IBM does not warrant that future upgrades will be offered for the Model E06. In addition, the standard IBM warranty terms will apply because Model EU6 is only available as an MES to Model E05. Model EU6 will assume only any remaining warranty entitlements or the service status of Model E05 that has been upgraded.

With the use of the IBM 3592 Extended Data cartridge (JB), the TS1130 Model E06 can format a cartridge uncompressed up to 1 TB (3 TB with 3:1 compression). The TS1130 E06 is designed for automation and uses a tape cartridge with a form factor similar to the 3590 tape cartridges, which allows it to be used in the IBM TS3400, TS3500, and 3494 Tape Libraries.

The TS1130-based encryption and associated Encryption Key Manager component are supported in a wide variety of operating system environments including IBM Power Systems, System z™ (z/OS®, z/VM® (guest support-only), and z/VSE®), System i™, System x™, System p™, HP-UX, Sun Solaris SPARC, Linux™, and Windows®. Three encryption management methods are supported: Application Managed, System Managed, and Library Managed. The encryption capability is supported when the TS1130 Tape Drive is integrated or attaches to the IBM supported tape libraries, subsystems, or controllers.

Note: Release 2.1 of the Encryption Key Manager is the minimum supported release level with the TS1130 Tape Drive. For the latest version of the Encryption Key Manager, refer to

Along with integration of the TS1130 Tape Drive, the TS3500 Tape Library also supports the following enhancements:

  • IPv6, designed to allow the Internet to grow steadily in the number of hosts connected and the amount of data transmitted. The TS3500 supports addresses in IPv4 and IPv6 formats.
  • Secure Socket Layer (SSL) functionality, a communication protocol for transmitting documents through the Internet and supported on the TS3500.
  • Embedded Storage Management Initiative-Specification (SMI-S), which allows a SAN environment, management software, such as IBM TotalStorage Productivity Center (TPC), to communicate directly with the TS3500. This simplifies the management infrastructure by removing the need for a separate SMI-S Agent for Tape software.
  • IBM Tape System Reporter (TSR), a Windows-based GUI software application that collects information from multiple TS3500 tape libraries (ALMS must be enabled) and aggregates the data in a centralized database. TSR provides the ability to generate SQL queries or custom reports on the usage of the tape drives and cartridges and performance of the tape library.

    For more information about TS3500 enhancements, see the IBM System Storage TS3500 Tape Library with ALMS Introduction and Planning Guide , (GA32-0593).

Additionally, a new 16-port network switch feature for the IBM System Storage TS1120 Tape Controller Model C06 and new E3 format features for IBM 3592 Data Cartridges are also being announced and supported.
 
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Key prerequisites

The TS1130 Tape Drive is supported in a wide range of environments including selected IBM Power Systems, IBM System i, IBM System p, System x, and other servers running AIX®, HP-UX, Linux, Sun Solaris SPARC, and Microsoft® Windows operating system environments. Support for IBM System z (z/OS, z/VM (guest support-only), and z/VSE operating system environments), attached through the IBM System Storage TS1120 Tape Controller Model C06, is available on System z servers through ESCON® or FICON™ channels. Refer to the Software requirements section for details.
 
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Planned availability date

September 5, 2008
 
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Description

The TS1130 Tape Drive Model E06 is the third generation follow-on to the highly-successful TS1120 Tape Drive Model E05, 3592 Tape Drive Model J1A, and the 3590 Enterprise Tape Drive. It is designed for high-performance tape applications, including:

  • High-speed data-save operations where backup windows are critical, and large amounts of data are archived to tape
  • Large-scale automated tape environments where performance and reliability are required
  • Large-scale mass data archive applications where massive amounts of data need to be quickly saved to tape for storage and later recalled (examples include the seismic industry, data warehousing, and record management applications)
The TS1130 Model E06 is the third generation of a family of tape products designed to meet the growing needs of both new and existing IBM tape customers across a wide range of environments. Highlights of the TS1130 E06 Tape Drive include:
  • Native data rate performance of up to 160 MB/sec versus the 100 MB/sec data rate of the TS1120 Tape Drive Model E05
  • Larger capacity compared to the TS1120 to help you reduce the number of cartridges required and floor space needed
  • Encryption capabilities designed to work with the Encryption Key Manager component. Support for three encryption management methods — System, Application and Library Managed
  • Small form factor to help improve space efficiency of your tape infrastructure
  • Dual-ported native switched fabric interface designed to enhance the attachment flexibility
  • High reliability and availability design
  • Additional performance and access improvements over the TS1120 Tape Drive

Capacity

The TS1130 E06 is designed to provide up to 1 TB uncompressed capacity, 42% more native capacity than the TS1120 Tape Drive and over three times the native cartridge capacity of a 3592 Model J1A. The exact ratio depends on which cartridge is used with the tape drive. The following table compares the cartridge capacity of the TS1130 versus the TS1120 and the 3592 Model J1A:

                      3592         TS1120        TS1130
                    Model J1A    Model E05      Model E06
                     native       native         native
                    cartridge    cartridge      cartridge
                    capacity     capacity        capacity
 
IBM 3592 Tape
Cartridge
(Extended)            NA          700 GB           1 TB
 
IBM 3592 Tape
Cartridge
(Standard)           300 GB       500 GB          640 GB
 
IBM 3592 Tape
Cartridge             60 GB       100 GB          128 GB
(Economy)

The following table compares the cartridge capacity of the TS1130 E06 Tape Drive with the TS1120 E05 Tape Drive and 3592 Tape Drive Model J1A at 3:1 compression.

                    3592          TS1120         TS1130
                  Model J1A      Model E05      Model E06
                   cartridge     cartridge     cartridge
                   capacity      capacity       capacity
                    (3:1)         (3:1)          (3:1)
 
IBM 3592 Tape       N/A           2.1 TB          3 TB
Cartridge
(Extended)
 
IBM 3592 Tape      900 GB         1.5 TB         1.9 TB
Cartridge
(Standard)
 
IBM 3592 Tape      180 GB         300 GB         384 GB
Cartridge
(Economy)
 
NA = Not applicable

Performance

The TS1130 E06 uses a design that increases the native data rate up to 160 MB/sec versus the 100 MB/sec data rate of the TS1120 Tape Drive Model E05. With compression and a 32 K blocksize, the TS1130 E06 can offer up to two times the data rate of the TS1120 E05. The TS1130 E06 is designed to offer improved access characteristics in search velocity and rewind time versus the TS1120 E05. The TS1130 E06 has other enhancements designed to help aid small file and Hierarchical Storage Manager performance.

Note: The actual throughput you may achieve is a function of many components, such as system processor, disk data rate, data block size, data compressibility, I/O attachments, SAN, and the system or application software used. Although the drive is capable of a 160 MB/sec native data rate, other components may limit the actual effective data rate.

Capacity scaling

The TS1130 Model E06 is designed to support capacity scaling of an individual tape cartridge to 20% of maximum capacity (128 GB for standard tape cartridge or 200 GB for extended tape cartridge). Capacity scaling allows the utilized length of tape to be logically shortened, allowing improved data access times in trade-off for reduced capacity. The tapes can subsequently be scaled back to full capacity as needed.

The TS1130 Model E06 Tape Drive allows an application to issue a command to scale the IBM Tape Data 3592 cartridge. Cartridges pre-scaled for 20% capacity are also available for order with the 3599 Models E11, E21, 011, and 021. These pre-scaled cartridges can be ordered (and labeled) for a specific VOLSER range. This allows capacity scaling to be exploited by an application that permits media pools to be defined by VOLSER range. For more information on using capacity scaling, refer to the IBM System Storage TS1120 and TS1130 Tape Drives and TS1120 Controller: Introduction and Planning Guide 3592 Models J1A, E05, E06, EU6, J70 and C06 (GA32-0555).

Media and cartridge capacity

The TS1130 E06 provides capacity leadership with media reuse and uses the JB tape cartridge with an advanced metal particle tape specifically optimized for the enterprise tape environment, providing a native cartridge capacity of 1 TB (or up to 3 TB with 3:1 compression). This can be beneficial in space savings and economy of data storage since it can help lower the cost of storage per megabyte. For applications that fill current data cartridges, this can help reduce the number of tape cartridges required. The reduced number of cartridges may also help free up floor space for other requirements and reduce the number of automation slots used.

Attachment options

The TS1130 E06 has dual-ported 4-Gbps native switched fabric Fibre Channel interfaces. This offers attachment flexibility in an open systems environment. The TS1130 can be directly attached to open systems servers with Fibre Channel, or to ESCON or FICON servers with the TS1120 Tape Controller Model C06 or the IBM Enterprise Tape Controller 3592 Model J70.

The TS1130 is supported in a wide range of environments, including IBM Power Systems, IBM System i, IBM System p, IBM System x, IBM System z (z/OS, z/VM (guest-support-only), and z/VSE), and other servers running AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Sun Solaris SPARC, and Microsoft Windows operating system environments.

Statistical analysis and recording system

The TS1130 E06 uses Statistical Analysis and Recording System to assist in isolating failures between media and hardware. It is designed to use the cartridge performance history saved in the cartridge and drive performance history kept in the drive to determine the more likely cause of failure. It is designed to cause the drive to mark the media as degraded, and to indicate that the hardware has degraded.

High-availability data path failover and dynamic load balancing

High-availability data path failover is available with the AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Sun Solaris, and Windows IBM tape device drivers. The failover mechanism is designed to enable you to configure multiple redundant paths in a SAN environment with the TS1130 E06. In the event of a path or component failure, the failover mechanism is designed to automatically enable error recovery to retry the current operation using an alternate, preconfigured path without aborting the current job in progress. This supports flexibility in SAN configuration, availability, and management.

A function in the AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Sun Solaris, and Windows IBM tape device drivers, Dynamic Load Balancing, is also available for the TS1130 E06 Tape Drives used in a SAN environment. The dynamic load balancing support is designed to improve resources for devices that have physical connections to multiple Host Bus Adapters (HBA) in the same machine. When an application opens a device that has multiple HBA paths configured, the device driver determines which path has the HBA with the lowest usage, and assigns that path to the application. The device driver is designed to dynamically track the usage on each HBA as applications open and close devices, and balance the number of applications using each HBA in the machine. This can help optimize HBA resources and improves overall performance.

Additional enhancements

The TS1130 E06 incorporates tape enhancements introduced with the TS1120 Model E05 and the 3592 Model J1A Tape Drive that are designed to help improve performance, capacity, and availability including:

  • High reliability of the 3592 drive and media maintained and improved with added features:
    • Giant Magneto Resistive (GMR) head technology into tape introduced for the first time
    • Head overcoat technology into tape, introduced for the first time, offering improved head protection and wear characteristics
    • Improved standby power management that automatically reduces fan speed when idle to lower power dissipation and reduce the risk of unnecessary airborne debris contamination over extended idle periods
  • Enhanced performance for such functions as Recursive Accumulating Backhitchless Flush (RABF) as well as the addition of a new Same Wrap Backhitchless Flush (SWBF) function that extends virtual backhitch effectiveness for large files.
  • N+1 power supplies: The TS1130 E06 supports n+1 power supplies when it is installed in an automation frame. This is designed to help increase drive availability in the event of a power supply failure.
  • Digital speed matching: The TS1130 E06 is designed to dynamically perform digital speed matching to adjust the drive's native data rate to the net host data rate (after data compressibility has been factored out). This is designed to help allow slower hosts to stream the tape drive.
  • Channel calibration: The channel calibration feature is designed to allow for customization of each read/write data channel for optimum performance. The customization can enable compensation for variations in the recording channel transfer function, media characteristics, and read/write head characteristics. The TS1130 E06 is designed to automatically perform recalibration in the field if it detects degraded performance.
  • High resolution tape directory plus enhanced search speed: The TS1130 E06 Tape Drive maintains a tape directory structure with a high granularity of information about the physical position of data blocks on the media. This feature, plus the increased search speed, allow the TS1130 E06 to have improved nominal and average access times for locate operations versus previous IBM tape drives.
  • Streaming Lossless Data Compression (SLDC) algorithm: SLDC is an implementation of a Lempel-Ziv class 1 (LZ-1) data compression algorithm. It is an extension to Adaptive Lossless Data Compression (ALDC) and is designed to offer an improvement over previous IBM lossless compression algorithms.

In addition, the TS1130 E06 offers the following enhancements over the TS1120 E05:

  • Large internal data buffer: The TS1130 E06 Tape Drive has a 1 GB internal data buffer versus a 512 MB maximum in the TS1120 Model E05. Along with enabling higher performance characteristics, the data buffer is designed to use support read ahead of compressed data from tape and provide high performance random skip forward sequential (short hop) locates common in database search and tape software recycle operations.
  • Offboard data string searching: The TS1130 E06 Tape Drive can search the data content of host records for string matches offboard from the host server. The tape drive can perform this search at maximum data rate (160 MB/sec native) while it would take much longer for a host server to read the data, buffer the data to disk, and then parse the actual data stream with host software routines.
  • Enhanced logic to report Logical End-of-Tape (LEOT): LEOT is reported based on a combination of capacity-based and position-based LEOT indicators. The TS1130 E06 monitors the total accumulated number of physical tape datasets written to the volume and will report LEOT based on this capacity-based LEOT value. This allows tape copies to complete without overflow a much higher percentage of the time.

TS3500 Tape Library Enhancements

Along with integration of the TS1130 Tape Drive, Model E06, the TS3500 Tape Library also supports the following enhancements:

  • IPv6, designed to allow the Internet to grow steadily in the number of hosts connected and the amount of data transmitted. The TS3500 supports addresses in IPv4 and IPv6 formats.
  • Secure Socket Layer (SSL) functionality, a communication protocol for transmitting documents through the Internet and supported on the TS3500.
  • Embedded Storage Management Initiative-Specification (SMI-S), which allows a SAN environment management software, such as IBM TotalStorage Productivity Center (TPC), to communicate directly with the TS3500. This simplifies the management infrastructure by removing the need for a separate SMI-S Agent for Tape software.
  • IBM Tape System Reporter (TSR), a Windows-based GUI software application that collects information from multiple TS3500 tape libraries (ALMS must be enabled) and aggregates the data in a centralized database. TSR provides the ability to generate SQL queries or custom reports on the usage of the tape drives cartridges and performance of the tape library.

For more information about TS3500 enhancements, see the IBM System Storage TS3500 Tape Library with ALMS Introduction and Planning Guide , GA32-0593.

Accessibility by people with disabilities

A US Section 508 Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) containing details on the products accessibility compliance can be requested via the IBM Web site

Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act

The IBM System Storage TS1130 Tape Drive is capable, when used in accordance with associated IBM documentation, of satisfying the applicable requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, provided that any assistive technology used with the product properly interoperates with it. A US Section 508 Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) can be requested via IBM Web site


 
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Product positioning

The TS1130 Tape Drive Model E06 is the follow-on to the highly successful TS1120 Model E05, 3592 Model J1A, and the 3590 Enterprise Tape Drive. Support for the TS1130 Model E06 is provided for IBM Power Systems, System i, System p, System x, and other servers running AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Sun Solaris SPARC, and Microsoft Windows operating system environments. Support for System z (z/OS, z/VM (guest support-only), and z/VSE operating system environments) attached through the TS1120 Tape Controller Model C06 is available on System z servers through ESCON or FICON channels. The TS1130 has significant performance and capacity benefits over the IBM 3590, as well as other half-inch tape drives such as the IBM 3480, 3490, and 3490E.

The TS1130 is designed for high-performance computing environments where high reliability, capacity, and performance are mandated. You should consider it in the following environments:

  • Current enterprise tape drive applications in TS3400, TS3500, 3494 Tape Libraries, Sun Silo, or stand-alone environments where:
    • Space allocated to tape cartridges needs to be reduced within automation solutions or offline storage.
    • Backup windows are growing and there is a need for higher-performance tape drives to back up larger amounts of data in less time.
    • A Fibre Channel-attached drive with native switched fabric capability is required.
  • Other large scale tape environments, such as:
    • High-speed data-save operations where backup windows are critical and large amounts of data are archived to tape.
    • Large-scale automated tape installations where performance, capacity, and reliability are requirements.
    • Large-scale mass data archive applications where massive amounts of data need to be quickly saved to tape for storage and later recall (examples include the seismic industry, data warehousing, and record management applications).
    • Environments where both streaming and start/stop (access) and large and small file workloads are required.
Other target customers for the TS1130 Tape Drive are encryption opportunities in medium to large enterprises in the financial sector, government and public sector and other industries that must protect their customer tape data from loss or theft.
 
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Reference information

Refer to:

  • IBM System Storage TS1130 Tape Drive Model E06 — Hardware Announcement 108-493 , dated July 15, 2008
  • IBM System Storage TS1120 Tape Drive Mod E05, 3592 J70, C06, 3584 Encryp Features — Hardware Announcement 106-655 , dated August 29, 2006
  • IBM System Storage TS1120 Tape Controller Model C06 — Hardware Announcement 106-339 , dated May 9, 2006
  • IBM System Storage TS1120 Tape Drive Model E05 — Hardware Announcement 105-413 , dated October 11, 2005

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Publications

The following publications, including support for the TS1130, are available on July 15 at:

                                            Order
Title                                       number
 
IBM TotalStorage(R) 3494 Tape Library       GA32-0448
 Introduction and Planning Guide
 
IBM System Storage(TM) TS3500 Tape Library  GA32-0559
 Introduction and Planning Guide
 
IBM System Storage TS1120 and TS1130        GA32-0555
 Tape Drives and TS1120 Controller
 (3592 Models J1A, E05, E06,
 EU6, J70 and C06) Introduction and
 Planning Guide
 
IBM 3953 Tape System Introduction and       GA32-5557
 Planning Guide

The IBM System Storage TS1120 and TS1130 Tape Drives (3592 Models J1A, E05, E06, and EU6) Maintenance Information — 15th Edition (July 2008) and Device Driver README sheet are shipped with the product.
 
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Technical information

Specified operating environment

Physical specifications

TS1130 Tape Drive canister:

  • Width, front of drive: 150 mm (5.9 in)
  • Width: 195 mm (7.5 in)
  • Height: 95 mm (3.8 in)
  • Length, front of bezel to rear of closed retention latch: 467 mm (18.4 in)
  • Weight: 5.7 Kg (12 lbs 7 oz)

To assure installability and serviceability in non-IBM industry-standard racks, review the installation planning information for any product-specific installation requirements.

Operating environment

  • Temperature: 16° to 32°C (60° to 90°F) in operation (media in use)
  • Relative humidity: 20% to 80% non-condensing (limited by media)
  • Maximum wet bulb temperature: 26°C (78.8°F)
  • Individual drive (including fan):
    • Electrical power:
      • 17 watts1, idle, no tape loaded
      • 46 watts1 — max continuous (not peak), reading and writing
  • Heat output: 157 Btu/Hour* — max continuous
  • Capacity of exhaust: 0.34 Cubic meter/min (12 CFM) per drive
  • Noise level: 4.3 Bels idle; 6.3 Bels operating
1
External ac/dc power supply losses and heat output not included

Hardware requirements

TS1130 E06 Tape Drive

Each TS1130 E06 Tape Drive, with Giant Magneto Resistive (GMR) head technology, comes with dual-ported switched technology into tape, Fibre Channel attachments for attachment to multiple servers, or a single server with redundancy. It can be attached to IBM Power Systems, System i™, System p™, System x, and other servers running AIX®, HP-UX, Linux™, Sun Solaris SPARC, and Microsoft® Windows® operating system environments. Support for System z™ (z/OS®, z/VM® (guest support-only), and z/VSE® operating system environments) attached through the TS1120 Tape Controller Model C06 is available on System z server through ESCON® or FICON™ channels. For the latest details on specific hardware, software, and Fibre Channel support for the TS1130, refer to the following Web site

The TS1130 E06 Tape Drive is for installation in a TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library, a 3592 Model C20 Silo Compatible Frame, or stand-alone rack. For all installations, the tape drive comes enclosed in a canister. In a 3494 frame, this canister installs into a cradle, of which two are installed per level with the Install Cradle Pair feature (#4800). For rack installation, a left drive cradle with a shelf must be installed before the right drive cradle can be installed. For both installations, cradles include redundant hot-swappable power supplies for both tape drives, as well as logic cards for management of power, serial numbers and ID identifiers, and must be installed before the tape drive canisters can be installed. When installed in a 3592 Model C20, up to two tape drive canisters can be installed on a drive shelf. A cradle, or Model C20 drive shelf, includes dual-redundant hot-swappable power supplies for both tape drives, as well as logic cards for handling the dual power and the management of serial number and ID identifiers.

Up to 4 drives can be installed in a 3494 Model L22, up to 12 drives in a 3494 Model D22, or up to 8 drives in a Model D24 with an ESCON/FICON-attachable tape controller. Up to 20 TS1130 E06 Tape Drives can be installed in a 3592 Model C20. For installation in a rack, feature (#4674), up to two TS1130 E06 Tape Drives can be installed in each cradle feature (#4802 or #4812). The cradle requires 10 EIA units of rack space. Two cradles can be mounted on a shelf, for a total of four tape drives on a shelf. A 2.0-m rack, without a tape controller, can thus contain up to 16 tape drives. A 2.0-m rack with a tape controller, or a 1.6-m to 1.8-m rack without a tape controller, can contain up to 12 tape drives. A 1.6-m to 1.8-m rack with a tape controller can contain up to 8 tape drives. If space is available, an existing customer rack may be used. Refer to the 3590, 3592, or 3494 Sales Manuals for further information. For planning information, refer to IBM System Storage TS1130 Tape Drive and TS1120 Tape Drive and Controller Operator Guide , GA32-0556, IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Tape Frame Model C20 Introduction, Planning, and User's Guide , GA32-0463, or IBM TotalStorage Automated Tape Library (3494) Introduction and Planning Guide , GA32-0448.

TS3500 or 3584 Tape Library:

Up to 12 TS1130 drives can be installed in a 3584 Model L22, L23, D22, or D23 frame. The 3584 Model L22 or L23 Base Frame and Model D22 or D23 Expansion Frame are designed for the TS1130 Model E06, TS1120 Model E05, and 3592 Model J1A Tape Drives and 3592 cartridges. Each frame supports up to 12 tape drives with an incremental reduction of storage slots for each set of 4 drives installed.

One of the following ALMS features is required to install a TS1130 Tape Drive in a TS3500:

  • Feature #1690 (Advanced Library Management System) for Models L22, L23, L32, L52, or L53.
  • Feature #1692 (Entry ALMS) for Models L22, L23, L52, and L53.
A 3592 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit feature:
  • 1503 — 3592 J1A, E05, E06 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit for Models L22 and D22
  • 1513 — 3592 J1A, E05 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit for Models L23 and D23
  • 1515 — 3592 J1A, E05, E06 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit for Models L23 and D23

Is required for installing a TS1130, TS1120 or 3592 Tape Drive in a TS3500. For Models L23 and D23, the previous version of 3592 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit feature (#1513) is not compatible with TS1130.

Each TS1130, TS1120, or 3592 Tape Drive must be ordered separately, and is installed in a 3584 frame with one of the following feature numbers:

  • 1674 — 3592 Drive Field Install
  • 9677 — Plant Install 3592 J1A in 3584
  • 9680 — Plant Install 3592 E05 in 3584
  • 9683 — Plant Install 3592 E06 in 3584

For planning information, refer to IBM System Storage TS3500 Tape Library Introduction and Planning Guide , GA32-0559, IBM System Storage TS3500 Tape Library Operator Guide , GA32-0560, or IBM System Storage TS1120 and TS1130 Tape Drives and TS1120 Controller Introduction and Planning Guide 3592 Models J1A, E05, E06, EU6, J70 and C06 , GA32-0555.

The appropriate Fibre Channel cables should be ordered for each tape drive. Refer to the Cables section for a list of available cables. Also, refer to the Fibre Channel Cables section of the Special Feature Codes in the 3592 Model Sales Manual for Fibre Channel cable information.

Labeled or initialized cartridges for TS1130 E06 Tape Drives can be ordered using machine type 3599. Refer to the Supplies information section.

Cables

A fiber optic cable is required for attaching a TS1130 E06 Tape Drive to host Fibre Channel adapters or other storage area Fibre Channel components. The cable can be customer supplied, or ordered with the TS1130 E06 Tape Drive in the lengths available. The attaching fiber cable must be 50.0/125 micrometers for distances up to 150 meters at 4 Gbps. The connector on the TS1130 E06 Tape Drive is an LC duplex connector type. The Fibre Channel cables with Lucent Connector (LC) or Standard Connector (SC) duplex connectors can be ordered on the TS1130 E06 Tape Drive in the lengths indicated with the following feature numbers:

  • 5913 — 13-m Fibre Channel cable with an LC connector on one end and an SC connector on the other end
  • 5922 — 22-m Fibre Channel cable with an LC connector on one end and an SC connector on the other end
  • 5961 — 61-m Fibre Channel cable with an LC connector on one end and an SC connector on the other end
  • 6013 — 13-m Fibre Channel cable with LC connectors on both ends
  • 6025 — 25-m Fibre Channel cable with LC connectors on both ends
  • 6061 — 61-m Fibre Channel cable with LC connectors on both ends

IBM Networking Services are designed to deliver convenient, packaged services to help reduce the complexity of planning, ordering, and installing fiber optic cables. The appropriate fiber cabling is selected based upon the product requirements and the installed fiber plant. IBM Networking Services has a comprehensive set of scalable solutions to address IBM cabling requirements, from product level to enterprise level. IBM Network Integration and Deployment Services for enterprise fiber cabling provides planning, IBM Fiber Transport System trunking components, and installation services for small, medium, and large enterprises.

IBM Global Services has the expertise and personnel available to effectively plan and deploy the appropriate cabling with the future in mind. These services may include planning, consultation, cable selection, installation, and documentation, depending upon the services selected. These services are designed to be right-sized for your products or the end-to-end enterprise, and to take into consideration the requirements for all of the protocols and media types whether the focus is the data center, the SAN, the LAN, or the end-to-end enterprise. Contact your IBM representative for additional information on these services.

TS3400 or 3577 Tape Library Encryption Installation

The TS1130 Tape Drive may be installed and is supported in the IBM System Storage TS3400 Tape Library. The TS1130 encryption function requires a minimum level of microcode firmware level and is a customer's responsibility to load, configure, and maintain on the TS3400 Tape Library. The TS3400 supports the TS1130 built-in encryption capabilities and associated IBM Encryption Key Manager component, in a wide variety of operating system environments including IBM Power Systems, System i, System p, System x, System z (z/OS, z/VM (guest support-only), and z/VSE), Linux, HP-UX, Sun Solaris, Linux, and Microsoft Windows.

TS3500 or 3584 Tape Library Encryption Installations

The TS1130 Tape Drive may be installed and is supported in the IBM System Storage TS3500 Tape Library Models L22, L23, D22, and D23. Support for TS1130 encryption function requires a minimum level of microcode firmware level and is a customer's responsibility to load, configure, and maintain on the TS3500 Tape Library. Feature #9900 (Encryption Configuration) should be ordered on the TS3500 Tape Library.

3494 Tape Library and 3953 Library Manager Encryption Support

TS1130 encryption support for tape drives in an Enterprise Tape Library 3494 or drives attached via a 3953 Library Manager requires a minimum level of microcode firmware in the library manager. The level of microcode firmware required is shipped the first time the customer orders #5595 or #9595 and the 3592 Tape Controller is not located in a customer-owned rack (#4641). Installation of this firmware can also update the drive microcode firmware on any installed open-system-attached TS1130 Tape Drive, TS1120 Tape Drive, or 3592 Model J1A Tape Drive. With this support, encryption, WORM and standard tape cartridges in both sizes can be intermixed within the same tape library or a common tape cartridge scratch pool.

The minimum level of Microcode firmware will be the LM536.xx code.

Media Interchange Toleration support

Non IBM 3494 or 3584 encryption open systems installations

Support for the TS1130 encryption function installed in either a 3592 C20 Silo Compact Frame or a 19-inch Rack open systems attached, require a minimum level of microcode firmware for any 3592 J1A Enterprise Tape Drive and/or TS1120 Tape Drive and/or TS1130 Tape Drive where the customer intends to use tape cartridges from a common tape cartridge scratch pool.

The minimum level of Microcode firmware will be the D3I0_C8C for the 3592 J1A Enterprise Tape drive, D3I1_D95 for the TS1120 Tape Drive (3592 E05), and D3I2_469 for the TS1130 Tape Drive (3592 E06), or may be ordered as follows:

  • 3592 J1A Enterprise Tape Drive support: Feature #0500 Drive Microcode Update
  • TS1120 Tape Drive (3592 E05) support: Feature #0500 Drive Microcode Update
  • TS1130 Tape Drive (3592 E06) support: Feature #0500 Drive Microcode Update

IBM Tape Controller

Encryption installations: Support for the TS1130 encryption function installed in any IBM controller attachment requires a minimum level of microcode firmware for any 3592 J70 Enterprise Tape Controller, TS1120 Tape Controller (3592 C06), or 3590 A60 Enterprise Tape Controller, where you intend to use tape cartridges from a common tape cartridge scratch pool.

The minimum level of Microcode firmware will be the 1.19.5.x for the 3592 J70 Enterprise Tape Controller or 1.21.x.x for the TS1120 Tape Controller (3592 C06), and/or 1.16.1.11 for the 3590 A60 Enterprise Tape Controller. The level of microcode firmware required for the TS1120 Tape Controller (3592 C06) and the 3592 J70 Enterprise Tape Controller will be shipped the first time the customer orders feature #5595 or when they order feature #9595. To obtain the microcode required for the 3590 A60 Enterprise Tape Controller Feature number 0520 Function Enhancement Field should be ordered.

IPv6: The 3592 C06 Controller has limited support for IPv6. IPv6 traffic is restricted to the customer's connection only. When attached to a TS3400, the 3592-C06 supports IPv4 and IPv6 traffic for receiving SNMP traps from the attached TS3400 libraries. When attached to a TS3400 or configured for a rack-mounted controller, IPv4 and IPv6 support is provided for a single path to enable Out-of-Band Encryption key exchanges. The 3592-C06 blocks all other IPv4 and IPv6 inbound and outbound traffic from the customer's network.

Fibre Channel Switch attachment

The TS1130 E06 Tape Drive is supported by a variety of Fibre Channel Switches and Fibre Channel Directors. The support is dependent on server, operating system, and host bus adapter being used.

Software requirements

The TS1130 Tape Drive is supported on the following operating systems, at the minimum levels indicated:

  • AIX V5.2, V5.3, V6.1
  • HP-UX 11iv1, 11iv2, 11iv3
  • Sun Solaris 8, 9, 10 (SPARC-based)
  • i5/OS™ V5R3, or later
  • z/VSE V4.2 (when made available), or later
  • z/OS level 1.7, or later
  • Microsoft Windows 2003 (build 3790, or later) and Windows 2008
  • Linux distributions: Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 4, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5, Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 (SLES 9), and Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (SLES 10)

Encryption

Encryption support for the TS1130 Tape Drive in the TS3400 Tape Library, TS3500 Tape Library, or 3494 Tape Library, with Fibre Channel, is provided in i5/OS, AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Sun, and Microsoft Windows operating system environments. Support for System z (z/OS, z/VM (guest support-only), and z/VSE operating system environments) is available through the 3592 Model J70 Controller or TS1120 Tape Controller.

Three modes of encryption management are supported:

  • System Managed (available for AIX, Linux, Solaris, Windows)
  • Library Managed (available for OS/400®, i5/OS, AIX, Linux, HP-UX, Solaris, and Windows)
  • Application Managed (IBM Tivoli® Storage Manager)

The installation of a TS1130 Tape Drive with encryption may require code updates for System z, (z/OS, z/VM (guest support-only), and z/VSE), System i, System p, and supported open systems device drivers or storage management software. An update of the open systems device drivers can be obtained via anonymous FTP from


    ftp.software.ibm.com

Look under the directory storage/devdrvr.

For details on supported software versions and release levels for the IBM TS1130 Tape Drive, as well as hardware support information, refer to the following Web site

The IBM Encryption Key Manager component for the Java™ platform is required for enabling System Managed and Library Managed Encryption.

Note: Release 2.1 of the Encryption Key Manager is the minimum supported release level with the TS1130 Tape Drive. For the latest version of the Encryption Key Manager, refer to

To receive the Encryption Key Manager to run on HP-UX, Sun Solaris SPARC, and Microsoft Windows, the IBM TotalStorage Productivity Center (TPC) Basic Edition (TPC Basic Edition replaces TPC Limited Edition), licensed program product 5608-B01 is required. TPC Basic Edition electronic availability via Passport Advantage® and media availability via Passport Advantage and AAS will include the IBM Encryption Key Manager component for the Java platform to run on HP-UX, Sun Solaris SPARC, and Microsoft Windows.

Note: The TPC Basic Edition is a chargeable program product, whereas the previous TPC Limited Edition was a no-charge offering. Several maintenance options are also available for ordering with the TPC Basic Edition.

For more information on ordering and pricing for TPC Basic Edition, licensed program product 5608-B01, refer to Software Announcement 207-263 , dated October 23, 2007, or the announcement letter specific to your geography. Additional information is also available at

System z

The TS1130 (3592 Model E06) Tape Drive with encryption capability is supported for attachment to ESCON and FICON channels on System z servers.

z/OS

z/OS support for the TS1130 Tape Drive is provided at z/OS V1R7, or later release levels. Refer to enabling APAR OA22119. As with the TS1120 (3592 Model E05) Tape Drive, when using encryption, an Encryption Key Manager must be available to the z/OS system. Refer to z/OS DFSMS Software Support for the IBM System Storage TS1130 and TS1120 Tape Drives (3592), SC26-7514-04, for additional information. Also, refer to the 3592 PSP bucket.

If the Encryption Key Manager is run on a z/OS system, refer to

For the latest IBM SDK JAVA requirements.

z/VSE

z/VSE V4.2 (when made available), or later is planned to support the TS1130 Tape Drive. When available, z/VSE V4.2 is designed to support Systems Managed Encryption with the TS1130 tape drive. z/VSE V4.2 support will require the Encryption Key Manager component running on another operating system other than z/VSE.

z/VM (guest support-only)

z/VM will provide guest toleration support for the TS1130 on supported releases of z/VM Version 5. This support will allow attachment of the TS1130 to guest operating systems that support it, including guest access to the drive's encryption capabilities. PTFs for APAR VM64459 will be required for the VM control program. PTFs for APAR VM64458 will be required for the RMS component of DFSMS/VM® FL221 for environments where RMS is required.

System p

System p supports System Managed and Library Managed Encryption with IBM TS1130 tape drives and the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library, and Application Managed Encryption with a supported software application.

AIX V5.2, V5.3, or V6.1, or later is required for System Managed, Library Managed, and Application Managed Encryption.

System Managed Encryption with AIX requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the AIX system.
  • The IBM Tape Device Driver be installed, updated, and utilized. It may be downloaded from the following Web site

      ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/storage/devdrvr/AIX/

Library Managed Encryption with AIX requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the TS3400, TS3500, or 3594 Tape Library
  • A TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library with TS1130 tape drives and media

If the Encryption Key Manager is run on a System p server with AIX, refer to

For the latest IBM SDK JAVA requirements.

System i

System i supports Library Managed Encryption with TS1130 tape drives and the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library.

i5/OS V5R3, or later, is required for Library Managed Encryption.

System i support of Library Managed Encryption on the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library
  • A TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library with TS1130 tape drives and media

The Encryption Key Manager is supported on i5/OS V5R3, or later.

If the Encryption Key Manager is run on i5/OS, refer to

For the latest IBM SDK JAVA requirements.

Linux

System x and other Intel®-based or AMD Opteron-based Linux servers, System p servers, and System z servers support System Managed and Library Managed with IBM TS1130 tape drives and the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library, and Application Managed Encryption with a supported software application.

Use of System Managed, Library Managed, and Application Managed Encryption on Linux requires one of the following:

  • RHEL 4
  • RHEL 5
  • Novell SLES 9
  • Novell SLES 10

System Managed Encryption with Linux requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the Linux system.
  • The IBM Tape Device Driver be installed, updated, and utilized. It may be downloaded from the following Web site

      ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/storage/devdrvr/Linux/

Library Managed Encryption with Linux requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library.
  • A TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library with IBM TS1130 tape drives and media.

If the Encryption Key Manager is run on a IBM server with Linux, refer to

For the latest IBM SDK JAVA requirements.

Microsoft Windows

System x and other Intel-based or AMD Opteron-based Windows servers support System Managed and Library Managed Encryption with IBM TS1130 tape drives and the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library, and Application Managed Encryption with a supported software application.

Windows 2003 or Windows 2008 is required for System Managed, Library Managed, and Application Managed Encryption.

System Managed Encryption with Windows requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the Windows system.
  • The IBM Tape Device Driver be installed, updated, and utilized. It may be downloaded from the following Web site

      ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/storage/devdrvr/Windows/

Library Managed Encryption with Windows requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library.
  • A TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library with IBM TS1130 drives and media.

If the Encryption Key Manager is run on a server with Windows:

HP-UX

HP-UX servers support Library Managed Encryption with IBM TS1130 tape drives and the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library, and Application Managed Encryption with a supported software application.

HP-UX 11iv1, 11iv2, or 11iv3 is required for Library Managed and Application Managed Encryption.

Library Managed Encryption with HP-UX requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library.
  • A TS3400, TS3500 or 3494 Tape Library with IBM TS1130 tape drives and media.
If the Encryption Key Manager is run on a server with HP-UX:

Sun Solaris SPARC

Sun SPARC servers support System Managed and Library Managed Encryption with IBM TS1130 tape drives and the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library, and Application Managed Encryption with a supported software application.

Use of System Managed, Library Managed, and Application Managed Encryption on Sun Solaris SPARC requires one of the following:

  • Sun Solaris 8
  • Sun Solaris 9
  • Sun Solaris 10

System Managed Encryption with Solaris requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the Sun Solaris system.
  • The IBM Tape Device Driver be installed, updated, and utilized. The drivers may be downloaded from the following Web site

      ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/storage/devdrvr/Solaris/

Library Managed Encryption with Sun Solaris SPARC requires:

  • An Encryption Key Manager component be available to the TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library.
  • A TS3400, TS3500, or 3494 Tape Library with IBM TS1130 tape drives and media

If the Encryption Key Manager is run on a server with Sun Solaris:

Application software

Tivoli Storage Manager supports Application Managed Encryption.

Tivoli Storage Manager and other compatible software offerings can provide storage and tape management software for the TS1130. Supporting software and applications must be obtained separately from IBM, IBM Business Partners, or independent software vendors (ISVs). A list of compatible software is available from your IBM representative or at

IBM continues to work together with the ISVs to support the TS1130. Individual application vendors should be contacted for specific information and availability dates.

Limitations

  • The 3592 C06 Controller has limited support for IPv6. IPv6 traffic is restricted to the customer's connection only. When attached to a TS3400, the 3592-C06 supports IPv4 and IPv6 traffic for receiving SNMP traps from the attached TS3400 libraries. When attached to a TS3400 or configured for a rack-mounted controller, IPv4 and IPv6 support is provided for a single path to enable Out-of-Band Encryption key exchanges. The 3592-C06 blocks all other IPv4 / IPv6 inbound and outbound traffic from the customer's network.
  • Although multiple systems may be attached to a TS1130 E06 Tape Drive, the systems cannot use the drive simultaneously. The TS1130 E06 can only be varied on-line to one system at a time.
  • TS1130 E06 Tape Drives cannot be attached to the same 3592 Model J70 Controller with 3590 Tape Drives.
  • TS1130 E06 Tape Drives are not supported for attachment to a 3590 Controller Model A60, A50, or A00.

Planning information

Customer responsibilities: Physical planning is a customer responsibility. Current levels of the open systems device drivers should be obtained to ensure the TS1130 E06 is supported. The TS1120 Tape Controller Model C06, 3592 Tape Controller Model J70, and 3494 Tape Library may require subsystem microcode updates by the IBM service representative for the proper installation and operation of attached TS1130 Tape Drive. For information on these requirements and additional planning information, see the IBM System Storage TS1120 and TS1130 Tape Drives and TS1120 Controller Introduction and Planning Guide 3592 Models J1A, E05, E06, EU6, J70 and C06, (GA32-0555).

Cable orders: Appropriate Fibre Channel cables should be ordered for each tape drive. Refer to the previous Cables section for a list of available cables. Also refer to the Fibre Channel cables section of the Special Feature codes in the TS1130 Model E06 Sales Manual for Fibre Channel cable information.

Packaging

                                                         Number of
Product      Shipment group                               boxes
 
 TS1130     IBM System Storage TS1120 and TS1130            1
              Tape Drives (3592 Models
              J1A, E05, E06, and EU6)
              Maintenance Information —
              15th Edition (July 2008)
            Device Driver README sheet

Supplies information

For end users and remarketers: Labeled, initialized, or bulk data media for the TS1130 E06 Tape Drive can be ordered directly through AAS using machine type 3599. Refer to the 3599 Sales Manual. IBM data media supplies are also planned to be available through media distributors.

For information about IBM branded media call 888-IBM Media in the U.S. and Canada or visit

The part numbers for additional supplies are:

Part
number   Supply item
 
18P7534  IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Tape Cartridge 3592 (Data)
18P7535  IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Tape Cartridge 3592 (Cleaning)
23R9830  IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Tape Cartridge 3592 JB Data
          Cartridge
23R9831  IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Tape Cartridge 3592 JX WORM
          Cartridge
18P7534  IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Tape Cartridge 3592 JA 300 Data
18P7538  IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Tape Cartridge 3592 JW 300 WORM
24R0316  IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Tape Cartridge 3592 JJ 60 Data
24R0317  IBM TotalStorage Enterprise Tape Cartridge 3592 JR 60 WORM

Note: The 3592 data cartridge has servo tracks written on it. These tracks enable the tape drive to accurately position the read/write head with respect to the media while the tape is in motion. If these servo tracks are damaged or removed (such as by degaussing), the cartridge is no longer useable.

Security, auditability, and control

This product uses the security and auditability features of host hardware, host software, and/or application software to which it is attached.

The customer is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communications facilities.
 
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Terms and conditions

MES discount applicable: Equal to the volume commitment discount

Field-installable feature: Yes

Warranty period: One year

IBM options or features assume the same warranty or maintenance terms as the machine in which it is installed for the remainder of the warranty or maintenance period for such machine.

Customer setup: No

Machine code: Same license terms and conditions as base machine
 
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Prices

The prices provided in this announcement are suggested retail prices for the U.S. only and are provided for your information only. Dealer prices may vary, and prices may also vary by country. Prices are subject to change without notice. For additional information and current prices, contact your local IBM representative.

Description                     Type/model  Feature  List Price
 
3592 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit   3584-D23     1515     $  610
3592 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit   3584-L23     1515        610
16-port Network Switch          3592-C06     5248      2,565
Field Inst 3592 E06 in C20      3592-C20     4836        160
Field Inst 3592 EU6 in C20      3592-C20     4837        160
Replace J1A/E05                 3592-C20     4841        200
Field Inst 3592 Mod E06 Drive   3494-D22     4676        160
Field Inst 3592 Mod E06 Drive   3494-D24     4676        160
Field Inst 3592 Mod E06 Drive   3494-L22     4676        160
Field Inst 3592 Mod EU6 Drive   3494-D22     4677        160
Field Inst 3592 Mod EU6 Drive   3494-D24     4677        160
Field Inst 3592 Mod EU6 Drive   3494-L22     4677        160
Replace J1A/E05 w/E06/EU6       3494-D22     4678        200
Replace J1A/E05 w/E06/EU6       3494-D24     4678        200
Replace J1A/E05 w/E06/EU6       3494-L22     4678        200
3592 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit   3584-D22     1503        610
3592 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit   3584-L22     1503        610
3592 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit   3584-D23     1513        610
3592 Fibre Drive Mounting Kit   3584-L23     1513        610

 
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TotalStorage, BladeCenter, xSeries, eServer, AIX, z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, ESCON, OS/400, Tivoli, Passport Advantage, and DFSMS/VM are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
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