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IBM Spectrum Protect Version 7.1.8 Clients

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Abstract

This document describes how to download IBM Spectrum Protect™ Version 7.1.8 clients, using the Passport Advantage® Online website.

Download Description

Tip: Beginning with Version 7.1.3, IBM® Tivoli® Storage Manager is now IBM Spectrum Protect. Some applications such as the software fulfillment systems and IBM License Metric Tool use the new product name. However, the software and its product documentation continue to use the Tivoli Storage Manager product name. To learn more about the rebranding transition, see http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21963634.


This document describes how to download IBM Spectrum Protect Version 7.1.8 client installation images using the Passport Advantage Online website.

IBM Spectrum Protect enables you to protect your organization’s data from failures and other errors by storing backup and archive data in a hierarchy of online and offline storage. The core functions of IBM Spectrum Protect include backup and recovery management, and archive management.

More information

To access a wide variety of technical resources for this product, see the IBM Spectrum Protect product documentation at http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSGSG7_7.1.8/tsm/welcome.html.

Notes:

  • There can be multiple clients in one download image.
  • Starting with V7.1.8, due to technical reasons, two RHEL packages are being delivered for Linux on z Systems--one general package, and one special package for RHEL 5 support. Use the latter package only for the RHEL5 operating system. The special package for RHEL 5 is available only on the FTP server. For more information, see http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg24043984.

Space requirements for AIX®, 64-bit

  • 810 MB of disk space to store the downloadable part.
  • 1293 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
  • 1300 MB of disk space for the installed product.

Space requirements for HP-UX Itanium

  • 390 MB of disk space to store the full set of downloadable parts.
  • 770 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
  • 1200 MB of disk space for the installed product.

Space requirements for Linux

  • Linux x86_64
    • 650 MB of disk space to store the full set of downloadable parts.
    • 650 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 1500 MB of disk space for the installed product.
  • Linux x86_64 (Ubuntu)
    • 170 MB of disk space to store the full set of downloadable parts.
    • 170 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 400 MB of disk space for the installed product.
  • Linux on z Systems
    • 200 MB of disk space to store the full set of downloadable parts.
    • 200 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 500 MB of disk space for the installed product.
  • Linux on Power Systems™
    • 130 MB of disk space to store the full set of downloadable parts.
    • 130 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 450 MB of disk space for the installed product.
  • Linux on Power Systems (Little Endian)
    • 225 MB of disk space to store the full set of downloadable parts.
    • 225 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 500 MB of disk space for the installed product.
  • Linux on Power Systems (Little Endian) (Ubuntu)
    • 225 MB of disk space to store the full set of downloadable parts.
    • 225 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 500 MB of disk space for the installed product.

Space requirements for Mac

  • 200 MB of disk space to store the downloadable part.
  • 400 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
  • 400 MB of disk space for the installed product.

Space requirements for Oracle Solaris

  • Oracle Solaris SPARC
    • 210 MB of disk space to store the full set of downloadable parts.
    • 430 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 650 MB of disk space for the installed product.
  • Oracle Solaris x86_64
    • 210 MB of disk space to store the full set of downloadable parts.
    • 440 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 650 MB of disk space for the installed product.

Space requirements for Windows

Note: These numbers are for the base client only and assume that all client components are installed.

  • Windows X86
    • 350 MB of disk space to store the downloadable part.
    • 1650 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 640 MB of disk space for the installed product.
    • 640 MB of space in the tmp directory to run the installation program.
  • Windows X64
    • 360 MB of disk space to store the downloadable part.
    • 1650 MB of disk space to unpack the parts.
    • 975 MB of disk space for the installed product.
    • 975 MB of space in the tmp directory to run the installation program.

Downloading and assembling the product

  1. Download the part that you need from the Passport Advantage Online website. The parts are described by platform in the tabbed sections of this document.
  2. Unpack each downloaded part into a single temporary directory on your system.
  3. To install the product, follow the instructions in the IBM Spectrum Protect backup-archive client product documentation.

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Supported platforms

Downloadable part

File name Description
CNM1RML.tar.gz IBM Spectrum Protect Client 7.1.8 AIX
CNM1SML.tar.gz IBM Spectrum Protect Client 7.1.8 HP-UX
CNM1TML.tar.gz IBM Spectrum Protect Client 7.1.8 Linux x86_64
CNM1UML.tar.gz IBM Spectrum Protect Client 7.1.8 Linux on POWER
CNM1VML.tar.gz IBM Spectrum Protect Client 7.1.8 Linux on POWER - Little Endian
CNM1WML.tar.gz IBM Spectrum Protect Client 7.1.8 Linux on System Z
CNM1XML.tar.gz IBM Spectrum Protect Client 7.1.8 Mac
CNM1YML.tar.gz IBM Spectrum Protect Client 7.1.8 Solaris SPARC and x86_64
CNM1ZML.exe IBM Spectrum Protect Client 7.1.8 Windows

Prerequisites

Download package

Download RELEASE DATE LANGUAGE SIZE(Bytes) Download Options
Log on to Passport Advantage online 6 Oct 2017 English 1000 HTTP

Document information

More support for: IBM Spectrum Protect
Client

Software version: 7.1.8

Operating system(s): AIX, HP-UX, Linux, OS X, Solaris, Windows

Software edition: All Editions

Reference #: 4043964

Modified date: 06 October 2017