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StorageTek Tape Libraries Essentials

Question No: 31

What ACSLS command is used to find out the status of all the tape drives in an LSM?

  1. Query LSM 0 drive all

  2. Query drive all

  3. show drive all

  4. Display drive all LSM 0

    Answer: B

    Explanation: To query all drives:

    query drive all

    Note: Mount/dismount a cartridge to verify ACSLS:

    1. Verify that you are logged in as acsss.

    2. If ACSLS is not running, start it by entering rc.acsss

    3. Query the server from the cmd_proc by entering query server

      If messages are displayed indicating that the server is in recovery mode, wait for a message indicating that the server is running.

    4. Verify that the at least one of the following are online. If not, bring them online with the vary command.

      query port all query acs all query lsm all query drive all

      Question No: 32

      How are logical libraries configured?

      1. Only at the initial hardware install

      2. Only through the Command Proc

      3. Through the Command Proc and the ACSLS GUI

      4. Only through the ACSLS GUI

Answer: D

Question No: 33

What are the correct steps for finding the screen to install a hardware activation file?

  1. Log in to the SLC and go to Tools gt; Reports gt; Versions gt; Software Versions

  2. Log in to the SLC and go to Tools gt; Hardware Activation gt; Install Hardware Activation Key

  3. Log in to the SLC and go to Hardware Activation gt; Install Hardware Activation Keys

  4. Log in to the SLC and go to Maintenance gt; Install Hardware Activation Keys

Answer: B

Explanation: Install a New Hardware Activation File on the Target Library

Use this procedure to install a new hardware activation file on the target library. 1.Use the SL Console to log in to the target library.

  1. Select Tools gt; Hardware Activation, and click the Install Hardware Activation Keys tab.

    Note:A hardware activation file can be delivered to you in the following ways:

  • Via e-mail from Oracle Corporation

  • Installed by your Oracle support representative

    Reference: StorageTek SL3000 Modular Library System, User’s Guide, Install a New Hardware Activation File on the Target Library

    Question No: 34

    The major consideration of the content management plan for an SL8500 is:

      1. to allocate ACSLS and HSC host software cartridges and drives to rails to support each application

      2. to allocate tape application workloads to rails of similar cartridges and drives typo to support each workload

      3. to allocate tape application workloads to evenly spread cartridge and drivecapacity across each rail to support each workload

      4. to evenly spread cartridge and drive capacity across all rails

    Answer: C

    Explanation: Note: Recommendations include:

  • Placing applications that require significant enters and ejects on rails adjacent to CAP magazines.

  • Assigning workloads to separate rails

  • Combining rails for a workload

    StorageTek SL8500 Modular Library System, Best Practises

    Question No: 35

    An SL500 base module and one full DEM (including CAPs) has a maximum of how many slots and how many drives?

    1. 150 slots and 4 drives

    2. 158 slots and 6 drives

    3. 143 slots and 6 drives

    4. 100 slots and 4 drives

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    Answer: C Explanation:

    Note: Customers can purchase additional capacity in the following increments:

    *FullBase – All storage cells in the Base Module.

    *FullCEM – All storage cells in a cartridge expansion module (CEM).

    *FullDEM – All storage cells in a drive expansion module (DEM).

    *ThirdDEM – One-third of the storage cells in a DEM. For two-thirds of a DEM, you would install two ThirdDEM. For all of a DEM, you could install three ThirdDEMs or one FullDEM.

    Question No: 36

    Which statement best describes the background audit process that the SL8500 library performs?

    1. The library background audit updates the entire cartridge database during robotic operations ACSLS and HSC cartridge audit requests will be processed first, and then the library will satisfy the background audit.

    2. The library will process all audits in the background or the library, never interfering with the mount or dismount requests. This audit will update the entire cartridge database during robotic operations.

    3. A background audit updates the entire cartridge database in between robotic operations. If a particular cartridge has a request pending and that cartridge has not been audited, the SL8500 will audit the cartridge first and satisfy the request.

    4. A background audit updates the entire cartridge database both during and in between robotic operations. ACSLS and HSC cartridge audit requests will be processed first, and then the library will satisfy the background audit.

    Answer: C

    Explanation: If an audit must be done after the failover, it is done in the background, while other

    jobs are processed. As a result, you may notice that library operations take slightly longer to perform until the audit is complete. In addition, if a particular request requires information about a location that has not yet been audited, the location will be audited first, causing a slight delay in processing the request.

    Note:

    Entire library audit. The robot visits all cartridge slots (including the CAPs and drives), catalogs the VOLIDs and locations, and updates the HBC cartridge database. This audit is a background process and so does not interrupt online library operations. View the Cartridge Summary Report for the latest cartridge locations and VOLIDs.

    Reference: StorageTek StreamLine SL8500, modular library system, User#39;s Guide,Audit the Entire Library

    Question No: 37

    Nonlabeled cartridges are NOT supported in SL8500 libraries. If a cartridge is found without a label, it is:

    1. reported by the SLC

    2. exported

    3. left alone and flagged

    4. marked as a scratch tape

    Answer: C

    Explanation: The HSC and ACSLS host software applications do not support unlabeled cartridges

    and will not allow them to be entered through the CAP. If you place an unlabeled cartridge in a CAP, the host leaves it there and you must remove it from the CAP.

    If you place an unlabeled cartridge into a storage cell manually, the Robot leaves it there during a hardware audit and does not attempt to place another cartridge into the slot. During an ACSLS or HSC audit, however, the host moves the cartridge to the CAP for ejection from the library.

    The library controller will not allow you to mount an unlabeled or unknown type cartridge into any tape drive.

    Reference: StorageTek StreamLine SL8500, modular library system,Cartridge Management

    Question No: 38

    What is the correct sequence to create an ACSLS backup?

    1. Log in as quot;rootquot; and enter a quot;db_command goquot;

    2. Log in as quot;acsssquot; and enter a quot;db_coramand startquot;

    3. Log in as quot;rootquot; and enter a quot;bdb.acsssquot;

    4. Log in as quot;acsssquot; and enter the quot;bdb.acsssquot; command

      Answer: D

      Explanation: Backing up to a Specified Tape Device Attached to the ACSLS Server To back up the ACSLS database to a specified tape device attached to

      the ACSLS server, do the following:

      1. Log in as acsss.

      2. Insert a blank tape into the tape device.

      3. From a terminal window, enter the following command: bdb.acsss -f tape_device

        Where tape_device specifies a tape device attached to the ACSLS server.

        Reference: StorageTek ACSLS, Automated Cartridge System Library Software, Backing up to a Specified Tape Device Attached to the ACSLS Server

        Question No: 39

        Which three operations can the Virtual Operator Panel (VOP) be used for?

        1. Perform drive operations,

        2. Retrieve error information.

        3. Configure tape drives.

        4. Move a tape cartridge to a drive.

    Answer: A,B,C

    Explanation: Vop has three basic functions:

  • monitor drive status (B)

  • view or change drive configuration settings (C)

  • use drive operation utilities (A)

  • Reference: StorageTek Virtual Operator Panel, User#39;s Guide

    Question No: 40

    A StorageTek T1000B drive can be licensed and enrolled in the Oracle Key Manager (OKM) using which two tools?

    1. VOP

    2. OKM

    3. ACSLS

    4. VSM

    5. SLC

    Answer: A,E

    Explanation: A: Virtual Operator Panelcan be use for enrollment.

    E: When a customer purchases a hardware activation key to use more physical storage an encrypted key file is sent through e-mail. The file is then loaded into the library using

    the Storage Library Console (SLC).

    Reference: StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive, Systems Assurance Guide

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