Installation Guide, HP SureStore/StorageWorks CD, TapeWare backup software, warranty registration card, one HP DDS-4 cartridge (40 MB), one HP DDS cleaning cartridge. Internal models also include: 3.5 in conversion kit; HP NetServer L-series mounting tray; HP Brio/Vectra/Kayak and HP NetServer E-series rails; ProLiant server rails, screws.
External models also include: SCSI cable (68-pin to 68-pin, LVD/SE Ultra2, 0.9 meter); LVD/SE SCSI multi-mode terminator; power cable.
HP DAT drives offer outstanding reliability, simplicity and speed. Tape drives make backup : Fast - Speed is critical because your data is constantly growing while the time available for backup is shrinking. Even the slowest tape drive writes 1 MB per second and the fastest 30 MB per second - that means a 200 GB backup can be completed in less than two hours. Easy - Unlike other storage methods, tape drives offer a range of media that allows you to back up all the data on a small to medium-sized server - up to 200 GB - on a single cartridge. And tape backup captures your system setup information, as well as your data, allowing you to restore your entire system when disaster strikes. What's more, your software can schedule backups to happen automatically at the time most convenient for you. Affordable - Per gigabyte of storage, tape is the most cost-effective way to store large amounts of data. The compact size of tape cartridges also helps keep down your storage costs.
+5V DC 0.9 A: + 12V DC, 1.5 A Peak ( < sec), +5V DC 0.5 A: + 12V DC, 0.5 A typical
Compatible operating systems
Microsoft® Windows® (95/98), Microsoft® Windows® (NT Workstation, 2000 Professional, NT Server, 2000 Server), Novell NetWare (4.x and 5.x), Red Hat Linux (5.2 and 6)
Operating system installed
Novell NetWare 3.1x, 4.x and 5.x, Microsoft® Windows® 95/98/2000, XP LE, NT 3.5 and later, HP 9000, HP-UX 10.2 and later, SCO Unix 3.2.4, UNIXware 2.x, Macintosh 7.0 and later. SunOS 4.1 and later, Sun Solaris 2.3 and later, IBM AIX 3.2.5 and later, Silicon Graphics IRIX 5.1 and later, DEC OSF/1 1.2 and later
Search speed performance
50 secs average file access time using a DDS-4 data cartridge.
Transfer rate in sustain mode
3 MB/s (10.8 GB/h) native, 6 MB/s* (21.6 GB/h) with hardware data compression
Burst transfer rate performance
6 MB/s maximum asynchronous, 40 MB/s maximum synchronous
40 GB* with hardware data compression on a DDS-4 data cartridge
20 GB native, up to 40 GB with hardware data compression
Logical recording format
ANSI/ISO/ECMA DDS-2, DDS-3, DDS-4
Backup rate compressed performance
21.6 GB/hr compressed
Mean time between failures
400,000 hours at 12% duty cycle
5.25 inch, half-height, or 3.5 inch, half-height
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