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Customers Can Perform Health Checks of their VSM6, VSM7 and VLE Virtual Tape Products from the SDP2 BUI (Doc ID 2665771.1)

Last updated on JUNE 02, 2020

Applies to:

StorageTek Virtual Storage Manager System 6 (VSM6) - Version All Versions and later
StorageTek Virtual Storage Manager System 7 (VSM7) - Version 7.0.0 to 7.1.2 [Release 7.0]
Sun Virtual Library Extension (VLE) - Version 1.0 to 1.5 [Release 1.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 In alignment with Oracle's Hardware Support Policies, the following document will provide the customers the information and ability to perform simple hardware health checks of their VSM, VSM6, VSM7 and/or VLE product.



1. Customer needs to have network access to the Service Delivery Platform 2 (SDP2) BUI.

2. Customer needs login credentials for the SDP2 Browser User Interface (BUI) to perform the VLE, VSM6 or VSM7 health checks.

3. The device for opening a ASR health check needs to be registered for Auto Service Request (ASR) and My Oracle Support (MOS).


Customers can perform VLE, VSM6 and VSM7 health checks by simply accessing the SDP2 BUI and performing the step by step procedures outlined in either the Portable Document Format (PDF) or the PowerPoint (PPT) presentation in the link below.



Click on the following link(s) to obtain the instructions to perform the health checks for a VSM6 or VSM7 product.

VLE, VSM6, VSM7 Healthcheck PPT version



SDP2 5.0 Users Guide


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