IBM United States
Software Announcement 202-109
May 7, 2002
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, S/390 and IBM zSeries Edition, V5.1 Delivers Enhanced Disaster Recovery and Availability
(Corrected on July 17, 2002)
Non U.S. language version were removed from the basic machine-readable
At a Glance
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager V5.1 offers the following features and benefits:
For ordering, contact:
Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: LE001).
IBM Tivoli® Storage Manager enables high availability of business applications by providing superior data protection and resource utilization that grows as you grow.
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, S/390® and zSeries Edition, provides basic backup-archive over a LAN and enables you to exploit advanced functions, including space management and disaster recovery management
What's New in Version 5.1
Improved Recovery and Disaster Recovery
Support has been extended for the Tivoli Storage Manager V4.1 AIX GPFS HSM client (when used with Tivoli Storage Manager V4.2 or Tivoli Storage Manager V5.1 servers) until April 30, 2003.
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, S/390 and zSeries Edition , is a multifunction storage software product that addresses the challenges of complex storage management across distributed environments. It protects and manages a broad range of data, from the laptop to the corporate server environment. Over 30 different operating system platforms are supported. With IBM Tivoli Storage Manager you can obtain:
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Version 5.1 includes the functions that were in Tivoli Disaster Recovery Manager (now as an optional feature), and Tivoli Space Manager.
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for Mail complements IBM Tivoli Storage Manager to help protect Lotus® Domino and Microsoft Exchange data no matter where it is on your network or how it's stored. It supports incremental and full backup as online (hot) backup and exploits the backup-certified utilities and interfaces provided by Lotus Domino and Microsoft Exchange. This maximizes the protection of the data and the performance of the backups and restores.
Though not an OS/390® application, IBM Content Manager CommonStore for Lotus Domino is a complementary product to Tivoli Storage Manager for Mail which provides individual and policy based off-load of mail attachments. For more information, refer to:
Improved Disaster Recovery
Online Image Backups: Recovery performance on Windows 2000 and Linux x86 is enhanced by utilizing fast image restores. Image backups complement progressive incremental backups to provide full file system restores for disaster recovery or when a large percentage of a file system is to be restored.
Multisession Restores: Restore time is reduced when multisession restore sessions are used with the backup-archive clients. This enables restores from tape to run in parallel when data is stored on multiple tapes and the tape drives needed are available at restore time. The number of tape drives that are available can be configured by the administrator.
Simultaneous Writes To a Copy Storage Pool: The time to create recovery media for local and offsite vaulting is reduced with simultaneous writes to multiple copy storage pools. Duplicate copies of data for disaster recovery can now be created concurrently when backing up or archiving data, provided that there are sufficient mount points for each of the primary and copy storage pools. This can reduce the need for the sequential procedure of first completing the backup or archive and then creating the copies for vaulting.
Move NODEDATA: Restore time can be improved by consolidating data on tape prior to a restore. The data movement can be done with the Move Nodedata command for data at a client node or filespace level.
Backup Sets: Restore time from backup sets has been improved. Backup sets, which can be used to restore data to backup-archive clients locally without a network or server, now support LTO drives and optimize the use of device blocksizes to improve performance.
Online Image Backups: Application availability is improved during backups by providing online, nondisruptive, image backups. Applications remain available while online image backups create a point-in-time image backup of the file system. Image backups complement progressive incremental backups and can be used for faster recovery of large amounts of data in file systems with large numbers of files.
Online image backups are available for Windows 2000 for FAT, FAT32, NTFS, and RAW volumes and for Linux x86 for Ext2, ReisterFS, and RAW LVM volumes.
Support for high availability is provided with HACMP failover for the
AIX backup-archive, HSM and API clients. HACMP failover automatically
resumes normal operation on another node in the cluster after failover.
Scheduled processes which have not completed are automatically restarted
if they are within the schedule start window. Otherwise, normal
operation resumes with the next scheduled event. Support for automatic
fallback when the failed node rejoins the cluster is also provided as an
Improved Ease of Use and Installation
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager's usability, installation, and configuration process has been made even easier with additional wizard support and the addition of consistent client return codes and Web interface updates.
Consistent Client Return Codes: Automation of IBM Tivoli Storage Manager functions has been improved and made more flexible. Automation can be accomplished using the internal scheduler or an external scheduling facility. Reliable, consistent, and documented return codes have been added to the command line client and the scheduler. This facilitates automation of client operations via user-written scripts. Administrators can now distinguish between scheduled backups that completed successfully with no skipped files and scheduled backups that completed successfully with one or more skipped files. Also, if the prescheduled cmd command ends with non-zero return codes, the scheduled event will not run. This helps prevent scheduled events from running if prerequisite commands do not complete successfully.
Updated Web Interface:
Accessibility support and improved keyboard navigation have been added
as part of the update to the Web interfaces for Tivoli Storage Manager.
The native look and feel of the platform running the browser is
Journal-Based Backups: The improved backup performance available with journal-based backup is now supported on Windows cluster configurations. Journal-based progressive incremental backup has been shown to reduce backup elapsed time in many cases over standard progressive incremental backup by four times in file systems with an average daily change rate of four percent. Environments with smaller daily change rates have shown more dramatic improvement. Actual performance results may vary significantly depending on factors such as system workload and configuration.
The usability of journal-based backups is also improved by providing capabilities to dynamically add or remove file systems that will be backed up using journal-based backup without recycling the journal service. The usability of journal-based backups is also improved by providing capabilities to dynamically add or remove file systems that will be backed up using journal-based backup without recycling the journal service. The setup wizards make theses new options easy to use.
Cyclic Redundancy Checking: Tivoli Storage Manager now offers an optional cyclic redundancy checking capability between the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager server and client. This allows Tivoli Storage Manager to identify data corruption introduced either by the network or by errors within the storage environment. For the exchange of information between the client and server, the use of cyclic redundancy checking will allow for the detection of situations that the communication protocol may not have been able to handle. Cyclic redundancy checking may also be used by the server as data is written to a storage device. This use of a cyclic redundancy check will allow for the detection of situations where date written to a storage device is invalid due to a connection error or a storage device error. This is very useful in new communication products that are more susceptible to data loss.
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager now supports the DISC company's optical
platter barcode. The Tivoli Storage Manager device driver is able to get
the barcode from each platter and provide the barcode to the application.
Extended Platform and Hardware Support
Tivoli Storage Manager's extensive support is extended to include additional operating system, hardware, file systems, and protocols.
Windows XP: The IBM Tivoli Storage Manager backup-archive client and API now support Windows XP.
Macintosh OS X: The IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Macintosh backup-archive client has been updated to run as a native Macintosh OS X client. It provides backup support for both the UFS and HFS+ file systems. It runs as a Mac OS X native executable and supports all file system types, new file naming casing conventions, and data owned by multiple users. The backup-archive client provides the look and feel of a Mac OS X application and utilizes Apple help instead of Apple Guides.
Linux x86 Support: The IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Linux x86 client now supports EXT3 and JFS file systems. An online file system image backup is also possible using Linux's own snapshot capability for the EXT2, ReisterFS, and RAW LVM volumes. The Linux x86 client now supports nine languages, in addition to English.
NetWare 6 Support: NetWare 6 is now supported by the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager NetWare client. NSS volume support, and the ability to backup/restore directory space limitations, are also now supported
Sun QFS: The IBM Tivoli Storage Manager backup-archive client for Solaris (2.6, 7, 8) now supports the Sun QFS file system.
Accessibility by People with Disabilities
For Software Offerings
The IBM Tivoli Storage Management product family, including the Tivoli Data Protection solution products, has been reviewed for Accessibility Readiness, and an IBM accessibility checklist has been completed.
The following features support use by people with disabilities:
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IBM's Tivoli Storage Manager helps you protect your data. If a disk
drive fails, or if you accidentally delete a file, IBM Tivoli Storage
Manager helps restore your lost data. If your entire operation is hit by
a disaster, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager keeps your data safe. IBM Tivoli
Storage Manager helps keep your data backed up off-site. IBM Tivoli
Storage Manager helps protect your data by copying active online data to
off-line and offsite storage, even from 24 x 365 applications.
But that's not all. If your data growth exceeds your storage capacity,
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager can effectively extend your capacity. IBM
Tivoli Storage Manager moves inactive data from online storage to less
expensive off-line or nearline storage. Like the perfect employee, IBM
Tivoli Storage Manager automates and centralizes all these functions,
making reports and providing alerts for unusual events. IBM Tivoli
Storage Manager can backup the data on any number of computers running
any of more than a dozen different operating systems from laptops to
mainframes. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager is a comprehensive data
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager's Capabilities
Complete data protection starts with data backups. Backups are a copy of your active online data stored on off-line storage. Should an online storage device fail, a data error occur, or someone accidentally delete a file, the off-line copy of that data can be copied back to online storage restored. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager is famous for its extremely efficient backup methods. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager uses multiple techniques to reduce data transfer sizes to the minimum possible. These techniques reduce the total time required for both data backups and more importantly, data restores.
Disaster Preparation and Recovery
Complete data protection also involves disaster preparation and recovery. Local copies of data will protect against discrete failures or errors in equipment, storage or people. But disasters tend to happen to entire facilities, not just a portion of the equipment inside those facilities. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager will prepare an additional copy of your active data for safekeeping at an offsite location to provide that extra protection against disasters. Should a disaster strike and destroy your online storage and computers, the offsite copy of your active data can be restored to new computers to get your business up and running quickly.
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager goes beyond just data backups to include data archiving. Until online storage is as inexpensive as off-line storage, archiving inactive data is an effective way to reduce your online storage costs. The cost of storing a gigabyte of data on online storage is typically much more expensive than the same gigabyte on off-line storage. Some percentage of your data is inactive if it hasn't been accessed in weeks if not months. Does that inactive data need to remain on expensive online storage? IBM Tivoli Storage Manager will move that inactive data to off-line storage freeing up online disk space for more important active data. Should you find that the inactive data you archived must be used again, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager will retrieve that data for you.
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager also includes a more automated version of archive called Hierarchical Storage Management or HSM. Like archiving, HSM removes data from online storage and puts it on less expensive off-line storage. But unlike archive, HSM leaves a data-stub on online storage that shows the name of the removed file. With this stub, you can easily access the off-line data albeit much more slowly than if it were online. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager's HSM capabilities are automated. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager will watch online data-files to see how often they are used. If not opened for an administrator specified length of time, they will be removed to off-line storage leaving only the data-stub behind. For many businesses with huge amounts of data, but not all of it needed online all the time, HSM is perhaps the best way to save on storage costs.
24 x 365 Application Protection
Some of todays most business-critical application programs must remain on
and active 24 hours a day for 365 days a year. Fortunately, the
manufacturers of some of these important programs understand the need for
data protection. Some applications have a built-in capability to control
external data protection applications. By directly controlling the time
and method by which a data transfer to off-line storage occurs, the
application can continue operating with little or no interruption.
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager's Advantages
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager is a client-server application. One IBM Tivoli Storage Manager server handles hundreds of IBM Tivoli Storage Manager clients. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager's administration control is extremely flexible via a hierarchy of administrators each designated with different management authority levels and specific domains defining user groups or applications. Multiple administrators can manage IBM Tivoli Storage Manager simultaneously with full data integrity. Multiple IBM Tivoli Storage Manager servers can be controlled from any IBM Tivoli Storage Manager server or via a Web interface from any computer. Data restore requests can be initiated and controlled from the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager client, greatly reducing workload for the administrator. The heart of the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager server is an integrated relational database. This database catalogs each data transfer backup, archive, HSM, and so forth, and the complete set of data for every IBM Tivoli Storage Manager client. If you tell IBM Tivoli Storage Manager to do data backups every day, the database allows the restore of data from every day in the past for as far back as you specify. Like a time-machine, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager lets you go back in time to previous versions of your data files. You specify the frequency of backups, where the copied data is held (magnetic disk storage pool, optical disk, data tape, and so forth), how long it is held there until migrating the next storage type, and how long each version is kept before it is erased and the space it used is made available for new data copies. You also specify how often data tapes should be tested for data integrity what percent of empty should a tape be before its data is consolidated to another tape (freeing complete tapes for reuse), and how quickly should data from single users be migrated from multiple tapes to a single tape to speed data restores.
All the management capabilities of IBM Tivoli Storage Manager can be automated. Automation control is via an extremely granular policy engine. This engine can be configured down to the individual file level to cover the who, what, where, when, and how of data transfers. Who has access to this file? What data should be transferred? Where should it be transferred to? When should IBM Tivoli Storage Manager check to see if the file has changed and must be transferred again? How should the transfer occur? With IBM Tivoli Storage Manager's policy-based automation engine configured and enabled, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager really is a set-it and forget-it application. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager reports what it has done and alerts you to anything out of the ordinary.
The best automation and management features for data protection mean little if they won't work with the computers you have. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager's client software supports seventeen different operating systems. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager's server software runs on eight operating systems. Platforms vary from laptop computers all the way up to mainframe computers. Any supported server can work with any supported client all cross-platform Solaris with Windows, AIX with Solaris, O/S390 with HP-UX any combination. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager supports more than 400 off-line storage devices including optical disk and tape. To make sure your backups and restores can happen as efficiently as possible, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager also supports multiple network types dial-up, the Internet, WAN, and LAN are each maximized for the data bandwidth they are capable of. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager is also an open product. Its Application Programming Interface (API) is available to anyone through the Tivoli Ready program.
Even with the largest data pipes connecting servers and clients, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager minimizes the amount of data going over those pipes. Because of IBM Tivoli Storage Manager's integrated relational database, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager is smart. Smart enough to know that if a file hasn't changed, it doesn't need to be backed up again ever. Smart enough to know that if only a few bytes of a file have changed, only those bytes must be backed up again. For those data transfers that include many bytes, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager is optimized for disk-to-disk transfers. Instead of transferring data from the disk of a client computer, over the network, directly to a tape, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager will instead make the first transfer to a disk storage pool. After an administrator-specified length of time (hours, days, or weeks) the data on that storage pool is migrated to other less-expensive off-line storage devices. This technique allows more data to be moved faster, reducing the total time of all data transfers both from and to clients. At the other end of the bandwidth spectrum, if a dial-up or Internet connection is dropped, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager is smart enough to pick up where it left off. Instead of starting a transfer all over again when the connection is restored, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager continues from where it previously ended.
IBM's Tivoli Storage Manager helps protect your data and IBM's service and support organization is a resource to help you get the most from IBM Tivoli Storage Manager. Recognized as one of the best service and support organizations in the world, IBM has been supporting IBM Tivoli Storage Manager around the globe since 1999 and its previous versions, called ADSM, for more than a decade. Tens of thousands of organizations are using IBM Tivoli Storage Manager today with well more than a million computers protected. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager is the complete data protection application.
Hardware and Software Support Services
IBM SmoothStart and Installation Services are not provided.
Training is available for many Tivoli® products. Education is offered through IBM Education and Training, and through Tivoli Software Approved Training Partners.
For current schedule information on IBM Learning Services courses in the United States, contact 800-IBM-TEACH (426-8322). For courses outside the United States, contact your country IBM Learning Services representative. Worldwide information is also available on the IBM Learning Services home page at:
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Specified Operating Environment
Tivoli Storage Manager Supported Devices
Tivoli Storage Manager, S/390® Edition supports DASD and tape drives that are supported by the OS/390® and z/OS operating systems.
Current information on Tivoli Storage Manager can be found at the following location:
Server and Backup-Archive Client Requirements
The current minimum disk space requirement for installing a UNIX®-based IBM Tivoli Storage Manager backup-archive client is approximately 25 MB, with an additional 5 MB required for the API.
The current minimum disk space requirement for installing a desktop IBM Tivoli Storage Manager backup-archive client will vary up to 30 MB, with an additional 5 MB required for the API.
The minimum memory requirement for running the backup-archive clients ranges from 1 MB up to 20 MB. This does not include the installed backup-archive client package, nor any of the individual options that may be associated with a given client, including the API, GUI, and driver options you may have selected at installation.
All of the communication protocols supported for each server and client are included below. The actual communication protocols that can be used for any particular server/client combination are limited to those protocols supported by both server and client.
These server requirements and client requirements may be modified, as a result of product maintenance and client modifications.
For the most current and specific server, or client requirements and installation instructions, be sure to review the product README file instructions that accompany the products being installed.
For the most current server or client versions supported, and related information, refer to the Tivoli Web site:
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Web Interface Requirements
The IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Web administrative interface for the server and a Web client interface for client machines require a Java Swing (at JRE 1.3.1) capable Web browser (for platform-specific JRE notes, see the README file):
Refer to the
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Backup-Archive Client Requirements
section for the specific operating system levels supported for the Web
clients. TCP/IP is the only communication protocol supported for this
client interface. For platform- and browser-specific JRE notes, refer to
the README file.
S/390 and z/OS Server Requirements for IBM Tivoli Storage Manager V5.1
An IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for OS/390 and z/OS server requires the following hardware and software:
A TSO client is provided as an administrative client with the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for OS/390 and z/OS program product. It is intended for execution under the TSO environment and requires the following hardware and software:
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Backup-Archive Client Requirements
AIX® Backup-Archive Client
An AIX backup-archive client requires the following hardware and software:
Additional client capabilities requirements (over and above the system requirements stated above for a backup-archive client):
AIX HSM Client
An AIX HSM client requires the Tivoli Space Manager, S/390 Edition and the following hardware and software:
Apple Macintosh Backup-Archive Client
An Apple Macintosh backup-archive client requires the following hardware and software:
Hewlett-Packard HP-UX Backup-Archive Client
A Hewlett-Packard HP-UX backup-archive client requires the following hardware and software:
Additional client capabilities requirements (over and above the system requirements stated above for the backup-archive client):
Linux for x86 Backup-Archive Client
A Linux for x86 backup-archive client requires the following hardware and software:
Additional client capabilities requirements (over and above the system requirements stated above for the backup-archive client):
A Novell NetWare backup-archive client requires the following hardware and software:
Additional client capabilities requirements (over and above the system requirements stated above for the backup-archive client):
OS/390 and z/OS UNIX System Services Backup-Archive Client
A IBM Tivoli Storage Manager OS/390 and z/OS UNIX System Services client requires the following hardware and software:
Restrictions IBM Tivoli Storage Manager server functions not included in this client:
SGI IRIX UNIX Backup-Archive Client
A SGI IRIX UNIX backup-archive client requires the following hardware and software:
Client Capabilities (initially at V4.2 functional level):
Sun Solaris Backup-Archive Client
A Sun Solaris backup-archive client requires the following hardware and software:
Sun Solaris HSM Client
A Sun Solaris HSM client requires the following hardware and software:
Tru64 UNIX Backup-Archive Client
A Tru64 UNIX backup-archive client requires the following hardware and software:
Client Capabilities (initially at V188.8.131.52 functional level):
Windows Backup-Archive Client
A Windows backup-archive client requires the following hardware and software:
Tivoli Storage Data Protection Solution Products Requirements
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for Mail
Tivoli Data Protection for Lotus® Domino V1.1 on OS/390
Tivoli Data Protection for Lotus Domino on OS/390 requires the following hardware and software:
The communication protocols that are supported by the Tivoli Storage
Manager API shipped with the product and the Storage Manager server, will
be the ones supported for Tivoli Storage Manager for Mail.
Installability: For the OS/390 and z/OS servers, the Tivoli Storage Manager database is not automatically upgraded. The Tivoli Storage Manager administrator must explicitly initiate the database upgrade utility, using the UPGRADEDB parameter, after the Tivoli Storage Manager server product has been installed. After the database has been upgraded, a previous version of the server product cannot be used to access the database.
As a normal precaution, it is recommended that a full database backup be performed before installing the Version 5.1 code, as well as after completing the installation. Refer to the README files for more detailed information.
The format of the client data header has changed in V5.1 to include new service information. Once files have been backed up by a V5.1 client to any Tivoli Storage Manager server, those files cannot be restored by any lower-level client.
As part of a migration plan from IBM Tivoli Storage Manager V4.2 to IBM Tivoli Storage Manager V5.1, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager clients and servers may be upgraded at different times. To help avoid disruption of your backup and archive activities during the migration, note the following:
Other migration information:
To help minimize server performance impact with the use of the Unicode option on Windows NT and Windows 2000 clients operating with Version 5.1 servers, follow the recommended migration techniques found in the Administrator's Guide for the V5.1 server platforms being used.
Order Title Number Tivoli Storage Manager for OS/390 and GC32-0777 z/OS Quick Start V5.1 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, S/390 Edition, GC32-0836 V5.1 Licensed Program Specifications Program Directory for Tivoli Storage GI11-0911 Manager Application Program Interface, S/390 Edition Program Directory for Tivoli Storage GI11-0912 Manager Backup-Archive Client, S/390 Edition Program Directory for Tivoli Storage GI11-0900 Manager V5.1 for OS/390 and z/OS
Tivoli Storage Manager for Mail, S/390 Edition customers will be shipped one 3480 or 4-mm tape per server, containing the machine-readable code and the following hardcopy publications:
Order Title Number Tivoli Data Protection for Lotus Domino GI11-0915 S/390 Edition, Program Directory Tivoli Data Protection for Lotus Domino, GC32-0838 S/390 Edition -- Licensed Program Specifications
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This program uses the security and auditability features of the host hardware.
The customer is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communication facilities. The customer is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communication facilities.
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Type Model 5697 ISM
Basic License: To order a basic license, specify the program number and feature number 9001 for asset registration. Specify feature number for a monthly license charge (MLC) from the table below. Also, specify the feature number for the desired distribution media.
Monthly License Program Charge Product Feature Description Number Numbers IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, 5697-ISM S/390, Edition Base Charge Basic License(1) 5697-ISM 0003 Per Client 5697-ISM 0004 Per 250 Clients 5697-ISM 0005 Disaster Recovery Manager 5697-ISM 0008 Open Systems(2) 5697-ISM 0007 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 5697-ILD 0001 for Mail S/390 Edition
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ESL OTC Program Charge Program Feature Number Description Number 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, 0006 S/390 Edition, V5.1 5697-ILD IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 0003 for Mail, S/390 Edition
OTC = One-Time Charge
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Feature Distribution Description Number Medium Program Number: 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, S/390 Edition, V5.1 z/OS API English 5802 3480 tape z/OS API English 5803 4-mm tape Program Number: 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, S/390 Edition, V5.1 z/OS Server English 5804 3480 tape z/OS Server English 5805 4-mm tape Program Number: 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, S/390 Edition, V5.1 z/OS Backup-Archive Client English 5806 3480 tape English 5807 4-mm tape Program Number: 5697-ILD IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for Mail S/390 Edition, V5.1 Lotus Domino English 5812 3480 tape Lotus Domino English 5814 4-mm tape Program Number: 5697-ILD IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for Mail S/390 Edition, V5.1 z/OS API English 5802 3480 tape z/OS API English 5804 4-mm tape
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Unlicensed Documentation: The following hardcopy publications will be available for a fee, after product availability. These copies may be ordered from your IBM representative or through the IBM Publications Center.
Order Title Number Tivoli Storage Manager V5.1 READ THIS GI11-0866(3) FIRST Tivoli Storage Manager V5.1 OS/390 GC32-0777(3) and z/OS Quick Start Tivoli Storage Manager V5.1 OS/390 GC32-0775 and z/OS Administrator's Guide Tivoli Storage Manager V5.1 OS/390 GC32-0776 and z/OS Administrator's Reference Program Directory for Tivoli Storage GI11-0909(3) Manager for OS/390 and z/OS Tivoli Storage Manager Messages V5.1 GC32-0767 Tivoli Storage Manager for NetWare: GC32-0786 Backup-Archive Client Installation and User's Guide V5.1 Tivoli Storage Manager for UNIX: GC32-0789 Backup-Archive Clients Installation and User's Guide V5.1 Tivoli Storage Manager for Windows: GC32-0788 Backup-Archive Clients Installation and User's Guide V5.1 Order Title Number Tivoli Storage Manager for Macintosh: GC32-0787 Backup-Archive Client Installation and User's Guide V5.1 Tivoli Space Manager for UNIX: Using GC32-0794 the Hierarchical Storage Management Clients Tivoli Storage Manager -- Using the GC32-0793 Application Program Interface V5.1 Program Directory for Tivoli Storage GI11-0912(3) Manager Backup-Archive Client, S/390 Edition Program Directory for Tivoli Storage GI11-0911(3) Manager, S/390 Edition Application Program Interface Program Directory for Tivoli Data GI11-0915(3) Protection for Lotus Domino, S/390 Edition
Usage information for the OS/390 UNIX client is available in the
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for UNIX Using the Backup-Archive Clients
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Replaced Program Replacement Program Program Program Program Program Number Name Number Name 5697-TS9 Tivoli Storage 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage Manager S/390 Manager S/390 V4.2 Edition, V5.1 5697-DRS Tivoli Disaster 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage Recovery Manager Manager S/390 S/390 V4.1 Edition, V5.1 5697-DPM Tivoli Data 5697-ILD IBM Tivoli Storage Protection for Manager for Mail, Domino, S/390, S/390 Edition V5.1 V4.1 5648-020 ADSM V1 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage Manager S/390 Edition, V5.1 5655-119 ADSM for 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage MVS(TM) V2 Manager S/390 Edition, V5.1 Replaced Program Replacement Program Program Program Program Program Number Name Number Name 5655-A30 Tivoli ADSM 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage for MVS V3.1 Manager S/390 Edition, V5.1 5697-TSO Tivoli Storage 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage Manager S/390 Manager S/390 Edition V3.7 Edition, V5.1 5697-DRO Tivoli Disaster 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Storage Recovery Manager Manager S/390 S/390, V3.7 Edition, V5.1 5697-SPO Tivoli Space 5697-ISM IBM Tivoli Space Manager, V3.7 Manager S/390 Edition, V5.1 5697-DPL Tivoli Data 5697-ILD IBM Tivoli Storage Protection for Manager for Mail, Lotus Domino, S/390 Edit V5.1 S/390, V3.7
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