IBM Spectrum Archive Enterprise Edition V22.214.171.124: Installation and Configuration Guide
A draft IBM Redbooks publication
Updated 27 December 2021
IBM Form #: SG24-8333-09
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Authors: Hiroyuki Miyoshi, Yuka Sasaki, Arnold Byron Lua, Yasuhiro Yoshihara, Khanh Ngo, Larry Coyne
This IBM® Redbooks® publication helps you with the planning, installation, and configuration of the new IBM Spectrum® Archive Enterprise Edition (EE) Version 126.96.36.199 for the IBM TS4500, IBM TS3500, IBM TS4300, and IBM TS3310 tape libraries. IBM Spectrum Archive Enterprise Edition enables the use of the LTFS for the policy management of tape as a storage tier in an IBM Spectrum Scale based environment. It helps encourage the use of tape as a critical tier in the storage environment. This is the tenth edition of IBM Spectrum Archive Installation and Configuration Guide.
IBM Spectrum Archive EE can run any application that is designed for disk files on a physical tape media. IBM Spectrum Archive EE supports the IBM Linear Tape-Open (LTO) Ultrium 9, 8, 7, 6, and 5 tape drives. and the IBM TS1160, TS1155, TS1150, and TS1140 tape drives.
IBM Spectrum Archive EE can play a major role in reducing the cost of storage for data that does not need the access performance of primary disk. The use of IBM Spectrum Archive EE to replace disks with physical tape in tier 2 and tier 3 storage can improve data access over other storage solutions because it improves efficiency and streamlines management for files on tape. IBM Spectrum Archive EE simplifies the use of tape by making it transparent to the user and manageable by the administrator under a single infrastructure.
This publication is intended for anyone who wants to understand more about IBM Spectrum Archive EE planning and implementation. This book is suitable for IBM customers, IBM Business Partners, IBM specialist sales representatives, and technical specialists.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. IBM Spectrum Archive Enterprise Edition
Chapter 2. IBM Spectrum Archive overview
Chapter 3. Planning
Chapter 4. Installation
Chapter 5. Configuration
Chapter 6. Operations
Chapter 7. Hints, tips, and preferred practices
Chapter 8. Use cases
Chapter 9. Troubleshooting
Chapter 10. Reference
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