Category: Storage and Hard Drive
Manufacturer: Dell Inc.
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 18 MB
Operating System: Windows 2003, NT4, 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.50.03 / 04 May 2005
It has been tested and found acquiescent with the limits for a Class A digital gadget. This being pursuant with the FCC Rules. The Dell PowerVault 136T automates the recovery, storage space and also the control of cartridge tapes. Support software is used to either mount cartridges or also remove tape drives from the host without the input of the operator. The maximal arrangement of cartridge has in it a feature similar to a mailbox that has one fixed and two removable magazines. It is given either as a 19 inch category mounted or stand alone model. It must be mounted to a SCSI target device which should be connected to a low voltage disparity bus. The default SCSI ID for this device is 0. It can also be connected to a Storage Area Network (SAN) of the host via its Fiber Bridge.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
This Bridge translates the SCSI procedure between the two medium types. In every system resides the Remote Management Unit (RMU) which is previously installed in the factory. It is through this RMU that access via a web browser is made possible to library. Via the RMU a user is able to have remote access to both the library status and the machinist panel. The user is enabled to create configuration changes, renew firmware in the RMU, drives library controller. The device's has to include at least one tape drive, the maximum being 6. The device's system includes tape drives, robotic system, cartridges and library command hardware. The removable magazines are used to store the tape cartridges which are inserted there by a picker. The mailbox is what allows cartridges to be either removed or added from this device without interrupting the work of the library. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Dell PV-136T-SNC2 errors before installing any driver updates.