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IBM System Storage TS3100 and TS3200 Tape
Libraries
IBM Storage at-a-glance guide
The IBM® System Storage® TS3100 and TS3200 Tape Libraries are well-suited for handling the backup,
restore, and archive data-storage needs for small-to-medium environments.
The TS3100 and TS3200 Tape Libraries are shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1. TS3100 (3573 L2U) Tape Library and TS3200 (3573 L4U) Tape Library
The TS3100 library with its use of one Ultrium LTO-5 Full-High tape drive or up to two Ultrium LTO-5
Half-High tape drives and 24 tape cartridge capacity can store up to 72 TB compressed (36 TB native).
The TS3200 48 tape cartridge capacity and use of up to two Ultrium LTO-5 Full-High tape drives or up to
four Ultrium LTO-5 Half-High tape drives scales to 144 TB compressed (72 TB native). The IBM Ultrium
LTO-5 tape drive supports up to 140 MBps native data-transfer.
Both libraries come standard with a bar-code reader, supporting the libraries operation in sequential or
random access mode. The design of the remote library management through a standard web interface
offers flexibility and greater administrative control of storage operations. Path Failover, a new optional
feature for the libraries, is designed to provide automatic control path failover to a preconfigured
redundant control path in the event that a host adapter or control path drive is lost, without aborting the
current job in process.
Did you know?
The TS3100 and TS3200 Tape Libraries are designed for storage management, capacity, performance,
data protection, reliability, affordability, and application requirements. They are functionally rich,
high-capacity, entry-level tape-storage solutions that incorporate the latest generation of LTO IBM Ultrium
5 tape technology.
Both IBM TS3100 and TS3200 Models are excellent solutions for large-capacity or high-performance tape
backup with or without random access. They are also excellent choices for tape automation for IBM
Power Systems™, IBM System x®, and other open systems.
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Highlights
The IBM TS3100 and TS3200 are designed to take advantage of Linear Tape-Open (LTO) technology to
cost effectively handle growing storage requirements:
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The TS3100 uses one LTO Full-High tape drive or up to two LTO Half-High tape drives and 24-tape
cartridge capacity. The library is configured with two removable cartridge magazines, one on the left
side (12 data cartridge slots) and one on the right (12 data cartridge slots). Additionally, the left
magazine includes a single mail slot to help support continuous library operation while importing and
exporting media.
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The TS3200 scales with the use of up to two LTO Full-High tape drives or up to four LTO Half-High
tape drives and 48 tape cartridge capacity. The library is configured with four removable cartridge
magazines, two on the left side (24 data cartridge slots) and two on the right (24 data cartridge slots).
Additionally, the lower left magazine includes a three-slot I/O station to help support continuous library
operation while importing and exporting media.
LTO Technology
The IBM Ultrium LTO-5 tape drive supports up to 140 MBps native data-transfer. IBM LTO standards
leadership continues with the LTO-4 tape drive doubling the storage capacity of its predecessor and the
LTO-5 tape drive doubling the storage capacity of the LTO-4 tape drive with 3.0 TB compressed (1.5 TB
native) on LTO-5 media. Both drives are backward compatible (read and write) with their predecessor
LTO media and have read capability of LTO media two generations back. They both have speed
matching and channel calibration for improved performance. They support the leading operating systems
and popular backup software.
Security
Data is one of the most highly valued resources in a competitive business environment. Protecting that
data, controlling access to it, and verifying its authenticity while maintaining its availability are priorities in
our security–conscious world. Increasing regulatory requirements are also helping to drive the need for the
adequate security of data. Ultrium LTO-4 and LTO-5 drive technology helps address security and
compliance requirements with its continued Write Once Read Many (WORM) and Application Managed
Encryption (AME) capability.
Advanced encryption through Library Managed Encryption (LME) and System Managed Encryption
(SME) are available as optional Transparent LTO Encryption feature 5900. For key management for
encryption, IBM Tivoli® Key Lifecycle Manager (TKLM) V2 is required. Whether encryption is
application- or hardware-based, vital data can securely be stored to help ensure compliancy with data
security, information disclosure, and privacy regulations for data at rest.
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IBM Linear Tape File System (LTFS)
LTFS is the first file system that works in conjunction with LTO generation 5 tape technology to set a new
standard for ease-of-use and portability for open systems tape storage. This drive is the first LTO
generation to introduce media partitioning, which allows LTO-5 media to be divided into segments,
improving accessibility by providing the ability to quickly locate data to retrieve or update.
With LTFS, accessing data stored on an IBM tape cartridge became as easy and intuitive as using a USB
flash drive. With LTFS file manager, reading data on a tape cartridge is as easy as dragging and
dropping. Users can run any application designed for disk files against tape data without being concerned
that the data is physically stored on tape. Built on the LTO Ultrium 5 format standard, IBM Linear Tape
File System Library Edition provides a direct, intuitive, graphical access to data stored in IBM tape drives
and libraries using LTO generation 5 tape cartridges.
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Benefits of LTFS Library Edition (LE) are as follows:
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The graphical user interface helps reduce complexity by enabling an icon-based view of an LTO-5
library, including tape cartridges and files using the operating system's file manager.
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LE helps reduce costs because it does not require any additional tape management software or
utilities.
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The file system API of the operating system is used to provide a basic read/write interface to the tape
library for applications without any additional operating system enhancements such as “plug-ins” or
service packs.
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“Mount-less” cartridge inquiry for fast access is achieved after the tape library is inventoried. Tape
cartridges do not have to be remounted to retrieve content index data, and basic cartridge information
like volume name, serial number, etc.
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LTFS LE software can be ordered concurrently with hardware, or as software only for installed
supported tape libraries. LTFS LE for LTO-5 drives can be ordered as PID software base order
number 5639-LT1. The feature number is 5806.
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Part number information
Table 1 lists part numbers and feature codes for the TS3100 and TS3200.
Table 1. TS3100 and TS3200 ordering information
TS3100
TS3200
Description
HVEC
MTM
Yes
No
Tape Library Model L2U Driveless
35732UL
3573 L2U
No
Yes
Tape Library Model L4U Driveless
35734UL
3573 L4U
Part number
Feature code
6 Gbps SAS
46X2683
8245
8 Gbps Fibre Channel
46X2682
8244
6 Gbps SAS
46X2685
8247
8 Gbps Fibre Channel
46X2684
8248
LVD SCSI
95P5002
8143
Drive options
Yes
Yes
Ultrium 5 Full-High
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
3 Gbps SAS
95P5006
8145
Yes
Yes
4 Gbps Fibre Channel
95P5004
8144
Yes
Yes
6 Gbps SAS
46X7117
8149
Yes
Yes
8 Gbps Fibre Channel
46X6912
8148
Yes
Yes
6 Gbps SAS
46X7122
8049
Ultrium 5 Half-High
Ultrium 4 Full-High
Ultrium 4 Half-High
Ultrium 3 Half-High
Optional feature codes
Yes
Yes
Path Failover (at least 2 drives required)
45E9503
1682
Yes
Yes
Transparent LTO Encryption
45E3081
5900
Yes
Yes
Rack mount
23R6998
7002
Yes
Yes
Right-side magazine set
23R6999
8106
Yes
No
Left-side magazine
45E2237
8109
No
Yes
Left-side magazine, upper
45E2225
8107
No
Yes
Left-side magazine, lower
45E2231
8108
Yes
Yes
Ultrium 5 media 5-packs
46C2084
8505
Yes
Yes
Ultrium tape cartridges
WORM media*
Ultrium 4 media 5-packs
95P4278
8405
Yes
Yes
Ultrium 3 media 5-packs
95P2020
8305
Yes
Yes
Ultrium Cleaning Cartridge
23R7008
8002
No
Yes
Additional Power Supply
23R7263
1901
* Ultrium 3, 4, and 5 WORM media and tape cartridge options can be ordered at
http://www.ibm.com/systems/storage/media/tapemediacenter/
The IBM Ultrium WORM cartridges (Machine Type 3589) were designed for applications, such as
archiving and data retention, and for applications that require an audit trail. IBM Ultrium 3, 4, and 5 Tape
Drive WORM support allows vital data to be stored in a non-erasable, non-rewritable format provided for
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these types of applications. The IBM Ultrium WORM cartridges work with the IBM System Storage LTO
Ultrium Tape Drives to help prevent the alteration or deletion of user data. In addition, IBM has taken
several steps to reduce the possibility of tampering with the information:
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The bottom of the cartridge is molded in a different color than rewritable cartridges.
The special cartridge memory helps protect the WORM nature of the media.
A unique format is factory-written on each WORM cartridge.
Table 2 lists the cabling ordering information for the TS3100 and TS3200.
Table 2. TS3100 and TS3200 cabling ordering information
Cables
Part number
4.5 m VHDCI/HD68 SCSI Cable
23R7134
10.0 m VHDCI/HD68 SCSI Cable
23R7135
13.0 m LC/LC Fibre Cable
23R7137
25.0 m LC/LC Fibre Cable
23R7138
LC-SC Fibre Cable Interposer
23R7140
2M SAS/Mini-SAS 1x Cable
95P4711
2M Mini-SAS/Mini-SAS 1x Cable
95P4713
SAS/Mini-SAS 4x Interposer
95P4994
Mini-SAS/Mini-SAS 4x Interposer
95P4996
Table 3 lists the common specifications for the TS3100 and TS3200.
Table 3. TS3100 and TS3200 specifications
Specifications
Tape drive type
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IBM Ultrium LTO-5 Full-High and Half-High
IBM Ultrium LTO-4 Full-High and Half-High
IBM Ultrium LTO-3 Half-High
Tape drive physical capacity
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Up to 3.0 TB per cartridge compressed; 1.5 TB native with LTO-5 media
Up to 1.6 TB per cartridge compressed; 800 GB native with LTO-4 media
Up to 800 GB per cartridge compressed; 400 GB native with LTO-3 media
Data transfer rate (per drive)
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Up to 140 MBps native with LTO-5 tape drive
Up to 120 MBps native with LTO-4 tape drive
Up to 80 MBps native with LTO-3 tape drive
Attachment support
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z
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8 Gbps fibre channel and 6 Gbps SAS interfaces
LVD SCSI (LTO-4 Full-High)
4 Gbps fibre channel and 3 Gbps SAS interfaces (LTO-4 Full-High)
Warranty
Three-year, customer-replaceable unit (CRU) service in most countries
Operating environment
Temperature
50 to 113 degrees F (10 to 45 degrees C)
Relative humidity
10% RH to 80% RH (non-condensing)
Electrical power
4.0 amps at 100 V ac; 2.0 amps at 240 V ac 0.1 KVA
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Table 4 lists the unique specifications of the TS3100.
Table 4. TS3100 unique specifications
TS3100 specifications
Number of drives
1 Full-High or up to 2 Half-Highs
Number of tape
cartridges
24
Number of mail slots
1
Library physical
capacity
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Up to 72 TB per tape library compressed; 36 TB native with Ultrium LTO-5 media
Up to 38.4 TB per tape library compressed; 19.2 TB native with Ultrium LTO-4 media
Up to 19.2 TB per tape Library compressed; 9.6 TB native with Ultrium LTO-3 media
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Stand-alone
17.6 in (447.5 mm) x 3.84 in (97.6 mm) x 31.9 in (810 mm)
Rack-mount
17.6 in (447.5 mm) x 3.44 in (87.6 mm) x 29.13 in (740 mm)
Weight
33 lb. (15 kg) without rack mount
What’s in the TS3100 shipment group box?
The box contains the following items:
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Tape Library Model L2U Driveless
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12 data cartridge left magazine
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12 data cartridge right magazine
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IBM Ultrium Drives (ordered separately)
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Power Cord (must be selected)
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One IBM Ultrium Cleaning Cartridge (universal)
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IBM System Storage TS3100/TS3200 Tape Setup, Operator and Service Guide
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IBM System Storage TS3100/TS3200 Tape Library Installation Quick Reference
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Quality Hotline Card
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Device Driver readme sheet
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Safety pointer multi-language readme sheet
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License Agreement for Machine Code
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NLS Translated Safety CD
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Misc Documents CD
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Table 5 lists the unique specifications for the TS3200.
Table 5. TS3200 unique specifications
TS3200 specifications
Number of drives
Up to 2 Full-Highs or up to 4 Half-Highs
Number of tape
cartridges
48
Number of mail slots
3
Library physical
capacity
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Up to 144 TB per tape library compressed; 72 TB native with Ultrium LTO-5 media
Up to 76.8 TB per tape library compressed; 38.4 TB native with Ultrium LTO-4 media
Up to 38.4 TB per tape Library compressed; 19.2 TB native with Ultrium LTO-3 media
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Stand-alone
17.6 in (447.5 mm) x 7.29 in (185.2 mm) x 31.9 in (810 mm)
Rack-mount
17.6 in (447.5 mm) x 6.89 in (175.2 mm) x 29.13 in (740 mm)
Weight
47 lb. (21.3 kg) without rack mount
What’s in the TS3200 shipping box?
The box contains the following items:
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Tape Library Model L4U Driveless
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12 data cartridge left upper magazine
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12 data cartridge left lower magazine
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Two 12 data cartridge right magazines
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IBM Ultrium Drives (ordered separately)
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Power Cord (must be selected)
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One IBM Ultrium Cleaning Cartridge (universal)
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IBM System Storage TS3100/TS3200 Tape Setup, Operator and Service Guide
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IBM System Storage TS3100/TS3200 Tape Library Installation Quick Reference
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Quality Hotline Card
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Device Driver readme sheet
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Safety pointer multi-language readme sheet
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License Agreement for Machine Code
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NLS Translated Safety CD
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Misc Documents CD
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Supported hardware platforms
Supported hardware platforms for the TS3100 and the TS3200 are:
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IBM BladeCenter®
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IBM Power Systems™
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IBM System p®
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IBM System i®
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IBM System x®
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IBM System z® and S/390®
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Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
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Hewlett Packard
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Intel (x86 and x86_64)
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Sun
Supported operating systems
Supported operation systems for the TS3100 and the TS3200 are:
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IBM AIX® 7.1 or later
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IBM i 7.1 or later
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IBM VIOS 2.2.0 or later with client IBM i
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HP HP-UX 11iv3 or later
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP2 or later
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Microsoft Windows Server 2008 SP2 or later
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Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 or later
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Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP1 or later
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Red Hat Linux Enterprise 5.5 or later
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Oracle Solaris 10 or later
Check the latest support levels and configuration information for LTO drives, platforms, operating
systems, and attachments at the Systems Storage Interoperation Center (SSIC):
http://www.ibm.com/systems/support/storage/config/ssic
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Supported software products
The TS3100 and TS3200 supported software products are:
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IBM: Backup Recovery and Media Services (BRMS)
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IBM: High Performance Storage System (HPSS)
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IBM: Linear Tape File System Library Edition
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IBM: Tivoli Storage Manager
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IBM: Tivoli Key Lifecycle Manager (TKLM)
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Atempo: Time Navigator 4.1/4.2
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BakBone Software: NetVault
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CommVault Systems: Galaxy
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CA: ARCserve Backup
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EMC: NetWorker
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Front Porch Digital: DIVArchive
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HP: OpenView Storage Data Protector 5.5/6.0/6.1
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Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007
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Symantec: Backup Exec 12.5 and 2010
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Symantec: NetBackup
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Thales Encryption Manager for Storage: TEMS
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Yosemite: Backup
For current IBM software products and independent software vendor products supporting TS3100 and the
TS3200, see the Independent Software Vendor (ISV) matrix for 3592 and LTO drives:
ftp://public.dhe.ibm.com/storage/tape/lto_isv_matrix.pdf
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Warranty period and warranty service
Every TS3100 and TS3200 is covered by the following warranty:
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System three-year, customer-replaceable unit (CRU) service in most countries
Optional IBM features initially installed in an IBM system carry the same warranty and warranty service
support category as the system. If installed after the initial system installation, they carry the balance of
the system warranty or the optional feature warranty, whichever is greater.
Customer-replaceable unit (CRU) service
IBM provides replacement CRUs for you to install. CRU information and replacement instructions are
included with your machine and are available from IBM upon your request.
Table 6 lists the various warranty options for the TS3100 and TS3200 tape libraries.
Table 6. Warranties and maintenance
IBM ServicePac®
TS3100 L2U
TS3200 L4U
3 Year Onsite Repair 24x7 4 Hour Response
42V1346
42V1541
3 Year Onsite Repair 9x5 Next Business Day
42V1345
42V1540
5 Year Onsite Repair 24x7 4 Hour Response
42V1347
42V1542
1 Year Onsite Repair 24x7 4 Hour Response
42V1349
42V1544
1 Year Onsite Repair 9x5 Next Business Day
42V1348
42V1543
2 Year Onsite Repair 24x7 4 Hour Response
42V1351
42V1546
2 Year Onsite Repair 9x5 Next Business Day
42V1350
42V1545
RTS for Tape Devices- 1yr
91Y8855
91Y8855
RTS for Tape Devices- 3yr
91Y8856
91Y8856
Warranty and maintenance option
Maintenance agreement
Remote technical support
Note: Each ServicePac is country-specific and is valid only when purchased and registered in the country
in which IBM service will be provided. Refer to the IBM ServicePac Worldwide Product Matrix at the
following location for a complete list of the ServicePac part numbers specific to your country:
https://www-304.ibm.com/sales/gss/download/spst/servicepac/extProductSelectorWWW.do
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Related publications
For more information, refer to the following resources:
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IBM System Storage Product Guide
http://public.dhe.ibm.com/common/ssi/ecm/en/tso00364usen/TSO00364USEN.PDF
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IBM System Storage TS3100 Tape Library and TS3200 Tape Library Setup, Operator, and Service
Guide, GA32-0545
http://publibfp.dhe.ibm.com/epubs/pdf/32054510.pdf
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IBM Linear Tape-Open: LTO Ultrium tape drives, libraries, and autoloaders
http://www.ibm.com/systems/storage/tape/lto/
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IBM System Storage Tape Library Guide for Open Systems , SG24-5946
http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/pdfs/sg245946.pdf
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IBM TS3100 Tape Library Express Model
http://www.ibm.com/systems/storage/tape/ts3100/
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IBM TS3200 Tape Library Express Model
http://www.ibm.com/systems/storage/tape/ts3200/
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IBM LTO Ultrium 5 1.5 TB Data Cartridge
http://www.ibm.com/systems/storage/media/lto_5/index.html
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IBM Linear Tape File System
http://www.ibm.com/systems/storage/tape/ltfs/index.html
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IBM Systems and Technology data sheet: IBM Linear Tape File System
http://public.dhe.ibm.com/common/ssi/ecm/en/tsd03128usen/TSD03128USEN.PDF
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