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Hi All

I am looking for a SL8500 - IBM LTO5 drive tray manual... I checked on the Oracle website... according to them they don't have...

The issue I have having is the drive fail to come online "not functional".

The drive works on another tray and the slot also works...

When i try another drive on the tray - same problem.

I swapped the card, psu and psu cable.. still the same issue.

It is one of the other cables...

Regards
TechyG

RE: Manual

Are the interface boards on the tray the same PN? I would swap the board to the tray that it works on and see if it follows.

Andy

RE: Manual

Never mind. re-read your post and it says t=you swapped the card along with the PS and cable. It could be the library interface cable. If the library cannot communicate to the drive, it will show not functional.

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Hi
The problem is mostly with the Belisarius Cards... I replaced the Bel cards..problem solved.

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