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Which of the
following are
hotswappable
components
for the
SL150?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
LTO Drives and Power Supplies (*)
Expansion Unit and Magazines
LTO Drives and Operator Panel
LTO Drives and Magazines
Correct!
2. Which of these is the primary management interface of the SL150?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Remote GUI (*)
Mailslot
Front Control Panel
LCD touch screen operator panel
Correct!
3. Basic library initialization performed from the touch screen of the
SL150 front control panel involves the following tasks: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Configuring the library network interface (*)
Changing the default administrator password (*)
Setting the date and time for the library (*)
Creating a partition
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4. Which of these statement about encryption in the SL150 is correct?
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Review
(1) Points
The SL150 supports encryption with OKM 2.5 and 3 (*)
OKM encryption with the SL150 became available with the LTO6
The SL150 supports encryption with OKM 3 only
The SL150 does not currently support encryption
Correct!
5. What features does the new library GUI in the Remote Browser
Interface include in the SL150? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Manage settings (*)
Perform library operations (*)
Organize magazines
Monitor library health (*)
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6. The initial
SL150
touch
screen
default
password
is:
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(1) Points
null
password
changeme
passw0rd (*)
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the course content and try again.
7. The SL150 supports the following drives:
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Review
(1) Points
LTO4 and LTO5
T10KD
LTO5 and LTO6 (*)
LTO4, LTO5 and LTO6
Correct!
8. Which of these elements cannot be proactively monitored with the
SL150 Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CRU replacement indication
Location, module, generation, and SCSI address of cartridges
Status of server system (*)
Location and health properties of drives
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9. The main approaches to monitoring the health and operations of the
StorageTek SL150 Modular Tape Library System are: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Reviewing SL150healthstatus.log
Monitoring the Library from the User Interface (*)
Using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) (*)
All of the above
Reading the event log
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10. To increase customer ease of use, all but which of the following are
Customer Replaceable Units of the SL150? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
LTO Tape Drives
Robot Module
Backplane Card (*)
Power Supplies
Operator Panel
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11. The HP
Library
and
Tape
Tool
(LTT)
diag
tool will
allow
you to:
Mark for Review
(1) Points

Retrieve Support Dumps from a tape drive


Upgrade the firmware on a tape drive
Run diagnostics/health checks on a tape drive
All of the above (*)
Correct!
12. Which of the following StorageTek tape libraries are currently customer
installable? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
SL150, SL500, SL3000
SL150, SL3000
no StorageTek library is customer installable
SL150 only (*)
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13. The SL150 library can be divided into a maximum of how many
partitions with each having at least one tape drive and one magazine? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
4
12
8 (*)
2
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14. The base model of the SL-150 features how many USB ports?
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Review
(1) Points
nine (*)
six
seven
eight
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15. Which of these statements about SL150 licensing is true?
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Review
(1) Points
The SL150 license is generated at time of installataion
The SL150 license is generated at time of order
The SL150 does not have a license (*)
The SL150 licenses are downloaded from the edelivery site
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course content and try again.
6. Which
Oracle
media type
uses a
single hub
design with
media
wound
around a
Mark for Review
(1) Points
take-up
reel and
positioned
in front of
the readwrite

head?
9840, 9940, T10000
9940, LTO, T10000 (*)
All Oracle media uses this design
9840, 9940, LTO
Correct
17. Which of the following should you first try when troubleshooting read
errors? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Shut down the drive so that customer cannot use it
Transfer the data onto a new tape
Send the tape to Oracle to have it tested
Read the tape in another drive (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to Oracle
StorageTek Tape Drive Technology for
more information.
18. The MIR or media information region is a directory, that is written to
the back of the tape as a result of an unload command. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
1
0 (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to Oracle
StorageTek Tape Drive Technology for
more information.
Fibre Channel Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
19. A World Wide Port Name is assigned to what ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Each port of an HBA and each port of a tape drive (*)
The hub
All Nodes
The ESCON Director
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre Channel
Fundamentals for Tape Drives course
for more information.
20. Fibre-optic cables transmit what type of signals ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Analogue
Electrical
Power
Optical (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre Channel
Fundamentals for Tape Drives course
for more information.
21. Architectural
layer FC-0
describes
which of the
following ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The upper level mapping
The hardware (*)

The protocol
The flow control
Correct
22. In a fabric topology, tape drives use how many bits for addressing
? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
16
24 (*)
36
8
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
23. A unique World Wide Node Name has how many bits ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
128
32
8
16
64 (*)
Correct
24. A fabric topology includes which of the following ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Only hubs
Point-to-point connections
Ethernet cables
Switches and / or directors (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
25. When a tape drive in a fabric network is powered on, what is the
next step in the sequence required for it to be able to operate as
part of the network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Process Login (PRLI)
Fabric Login (FLOGI) (*)
Port Login (PLOGI)
Fabric registration
Correct
26. If a tape
drive
experiences
a problem
during a
read
operation it
will do which
of the
following
first ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points

Read to the end of the tape


Execute the next command
Report the problem to the host by sending sense data (*)
Eject the cartridge
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
27. What is a possible source of light in a Fibre Channel network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Glass fiber
Electrical impulse
Fluorescent light
Laser (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
Ethernet Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
28. What is the CRC field in an Ethernet frame used for ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It adds a byte-count to the frame
It prevents errors from being transmitted by doing
redundancy check (*)
It is a post-amble
It pads the frame to the correct byte length
Correct
29. What type of traffic goes across the Ethernet interface ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Library commands
TCP/IP Telnet and FTP commands (*)
Data
SCSI commands
Correct
30. What information does the Get ID command issued by STDS
expect in return ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The remote server name
The tape library ID
The tape drive identification information such as drive type
and firmware level (*)
The network classification
Correct
31
.
Is the Oracle Sytem Handbook accessible
from this URL:
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Product
s/Libraries/sl150.php?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)

False
Correct
32. You have an SL150 that took a 9006 fault
code. Based on the FSC code listing at
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Products/F
SC/Data/150_fault.php, what three actions
could you take?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Reseat power supply, reseat controller,
replace motherboard
Check ambient temperature, check the
power supply fan, replace power supply
(*)
Check power supply fan for obstruction,
reseat drive, reseat motherboard
Reinsert power supply, reseat controller,
replace motherboard
Incorrect. Please refer to
the Tape Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
33. When interpreting a Fault Symptom Code for
a customer, it is a good practice to always
share the Engineering text with them. True or
False?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to
the Tape Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
34. Which section of the tape support web site
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com)contains a
list of the available tape library and drive
tools?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Drive FSC Lookup Tool
Code and Drivers
Tape Product Tools Reference (*)
FABs and Tech Tips
Troubleshooting
Correct
35. Which version of the Oracle System Handbook
does not provide support related information? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Public (*)
Support related information is available
in all versions
Internal
Partner
Incorrect. Please refer to

the Tape Automation


Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
36. During
installation
of the
Robotics
Unit, make
sure the
shipping
straps are
removed;
failure to
remove
them will
result in
what kind
of failure?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Audit
Drive Communication
Initialization (*)
Mount
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
37. The library base unit contains one or two tape drives. Drive
expansion modules, which can hold one to four tape drives, can be
added to the rack to increase the number of total tape drives. What
is the maximum number of tape drives in a rack?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
18 (*)
10
20
16
24
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
38. In a library with LTO Cartridge Slots, the base unit has up to how
many cartridge slots, assuming the upgrade conversion bill has been
installed, one or two tape drives, and a 5-slot cartridge access port
(CAP).
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
30
42
50 (*)
40
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
39. What is required to activate the library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points

The firmware installation


Nothing, it ships fully activated
A card key
A One-Time Activation Password (*)
Correct
40. How does the library start an Initialization Sequence?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Initialization only occurs when the front door is opened and
closed
Initialization requires a technical support Initialization Password
purchased by the customer
Initialization occurs when the library is powered-on or when the
front door is opened and closed (*)
Initialization occurs when the robot is fully seated
Initialization occurs when the library is directed by the user
using the backup software interfacing with the library
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
41. What is
the
maximum
number
of
cartridges
that can
be held in
the base
module,
assuming
the
presence
of an
expansion
module
installed
beneath
it?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
50
40
60 (*)
72
Correct
42. True or False: The expansion module installation differs greatly since
the cartridge expansion module installation requires special tools. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500 Service
and Support ourse for more information.

1. The same HBB

circuit card can


be programmed
and cabled to
perform several
functions in the
SL8500. Which
list of functions is
the most correct?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HandBot
operations,
control of
the CAP,
monitoring
the front
door
switches
Service
Safety Door
operation,
PTP,
monitoring
Emergency
Robot Stop
switches
PTP,
HandBot
operations,
& elevator
control (*)
Turntable
control, CAP
operations,
monitoring
the smoke
detector
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
2. The base SL8500
consists of what
library modules?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive and
Electronics,
Robotics
Interface,
and
Customer
Interface
(*)
Drive and

Electronics,
Cartridge
Interface,
and
Customer
Interface
Drive and
Electronics,
Cartridge
Interface,
GUI
Interface
Drive and
Electronics,
Robotics
Interface,
GUI
Interface
Correct
3. How are LSMs
numbered? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Top down
1-4. LSM
number 1
(rail 1) is on
top.
9840B
Top down
0-3. LSM
number 0
(rail 1) is on
top. (*)
Bottom up
0-3. LSM
number 0
(rail 1) is on
bottom.
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
4. When drives are
added or
replaced,
Automatic
Detection of
drives stores all
but which of the
following in the
library?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Library
hardware

numbers
Firmware
and System
locations
CAP
assignment
(*)
Dynamic
World Wide
Names
Correct
5. What does a
blinking green
LED on the
SL8500 drive tray
rear panel
indicate?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Power is
applied to
the tray, but
the tray
power
supply card
is not
activated.
(*)
Power is
applied to
the tray,
and the
drive/library
is active.
Power is
applied to
the tray, but
the drive
failed to
complete
IPL.
Power is
applied to
the tray,
and the
drive IPL is
in progress.
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
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6. The location and
selection of the

Sum

power supplies for


the Robotics
depends on which
of the following?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Number of tape
drives installed
Number of libraries in
the complex
Number of bar code
scanners
Number of HandBots
installed (*)
Corr
ect
7. The pass-thru port (PTP)
mechanism has the ability
to pass how many
cartridges at one time?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
3
1
2 (*)
4
Inco
rrect
.
Plea
se
refer
to
the
appr
opri
ate
SL85
00
Mod
ular
Libra
ry
train
ing
for
mor
e
infor
mati
on.
8. Which tool in the SLC
would you select to find
the definition of an Result
Code?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
System Detail

Monitors
Utilities/ Diagnostics
(*)
Reports
Corr
ect
9. True or False? The SL8500
library always reports to
ACSLS that it has two
CAPS, even if only one
physical CAP is present.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Inco
rrect
.
Plea
se
refer
to
the
appr
opri
ate
SL85
00
Mod
ular
Libra
ry
train
ing
for
mor
e
infor
mati
on.
10. Where can you find the
SLC application for
download?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The System
Assurance Center
(SAC)
The Tape Support
Website
My Oracle Support
(*)
The Beehive
Workspace
11. Assume you are
ordering a 2N PDU
for 18 tape drives
and 4 robots in the
library, how many

TOTAL power
supplies will you
need?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
12 (*)
6
10
8
Correct
12. Which three statements about
PTPs are correct? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Power for the PTPs comes
from inside the assembly
The PTP feature requires at
least one Accessory Rack and
for two for redundancy (*)
Pass-thru ports (PTPs) are
electro-mechanical devices
that pass one or two
cartridges to another LSM in
the same complex (*)
PTP configuration can be
either: 6 assemblies, one per
rail or 2 assemblies 1 per rail
An Inter-Library
Communications kit (ILC) is
needed to implementPTPs
and each ILC kit supports up
to five libraries that connect
to form a comple (*)
Correct
13. Which two statements about
SL8500 DC Power Distribution are
correct?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Load sharing for the DC
Power Grids is optional
Load sharing allows the
output voltage of one supply
to be monitored and adjusted
by other supplies on the bus
(*)
The DC power grids use loadsharing
power supplies (*)
No power supply on the grid
is overloaded whether or not
the load sharing feature is
enabled
Correct
14. How many power options (PDUs)
are available for SL8500
operation?
Mark for

Review
(1) Points
2
5
4 (*)
3
Correct
15. This PWA is installed in every
drive tray assembly. It is
considered to be the library/drive
interface card.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBD (*)
HBC
HBV
HBJ
16. How many
additional
customer
cells are
added with
each Storage
Expansion
Module?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
3184
1456
4912
1728 (*)
Correct
17. Assume that a HandBot was moved into the
maintenance area by another HandBot because the
Z- mechanism is faulty. Which of the following
would you do?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
Replace the entire HandBot as a FRU and
place the HandBot back into service (*)
Replace the Z-motor mechanism to restore
vertical motion and place the HandBot back
into service
Replace the Proximity Sensor so it cant be
pushed into the maintenance area by another
HandBot
Replace the HBB card and place the HandBot
back into service
Incorrect. Please
refer to the
appropriate SL8500
Modular Library
training for more
information.
18. Using the SLC, what two items in the Permanent
Reports list contain information that can NOT be
found elsewhere within the SLC menu pages?
Mark
for Review

(1) Points
Event Log and Cartridge Summary (*)
Library Details and Event Log
Software Versions and Drive Details
Software Versions and Cartridge Summary
Correct
19. With 2N power, how many power supplies are
needed to support 30 tape drives and 8 robots? Mark
for Review
(1) Points
14
10
8
12 (*)
Correct
20. Which module is last in the library and contains the
Electronics Control Module and Power components? Mark
for Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM (*)
CIM
SEM
Correct
21. What happens if
a tape Cartridge
Is DEGAUSSED
(fully erased)?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Nothing
It takes too long and is not necessary.
It voids the manufacturers warranty.
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks are erased
rendering the media unusable. (*)
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks become a data
security risk and the media will be unusable
Correct
22. Which of the following drive tray components is common to
all SL8500 drive trays?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
Tape Transport Interface harness
HBD card (*)
Rear panel to drive interface cable jumper
Power supply card
Correct
23. If four tape drives in a horizontal row experience power
problems, what single point of failure would you suspect?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
A faulty HBS module
A faulty connection between the HBO and HBF
modules (*)
A faulty DC power supply

A faulty HBT card


Correct
24. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed
to support 10 tape drives and 4 robots?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
10
6 (*)
4
8
Correct
25. How are Rails numbered?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
Top down 1-4. Rail number 1 is on top. (*)
Bottom up 4-1. Rail number 4 is on bottom.
Top down 0-3. Rail number 0 is on top.
Bottom up 0-3. Rail number 0 is on bottom
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
26. Cartridge slot
designations within
the SL8500 are
identified by a fivedigit
numbering
system. Which is the
correct order for
these numbers?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
LSM, rail, side, column, row
Library, side, rail, column, slot
Library, column, rail, side, row
Library, rail, column, side, row (*)
Correct
27. How many power grids are contained within the SL8500?
Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
4
3
5 (*)
2
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
28. Which SLC tool would you select to enable the CAP
pushbutton on the SL8500 key pad? Ma
rk for
Review

(1)
Points
System Detail
Monitors
Utilities/ Diagnostics (*)
Reports
Correct
29. If either of the Emergency Robot Stop switches is pressed,
power is removed from which of the following? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
All DC power supplies
Front power bus and all DC power supplies
Front power bus and Rails (*)
Rails and all DC power supplies
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
30. When is a cartridge marked as unusable, invalid media type
and automatically ejected into the CAP? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
When an upside down LTO cartridge is detected (*)
When a HandBot is placed back into service
When an upright LTO cartridge is detected
When it detects an upside down 9x40 or T10Kx
cartridge
Correct
31. Why might the
addresses and
locations of the
HandBots be
useful?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
This is helpful information when looking at SLC screens
and/or troubleshooting (*)
It is helpful to be able to physically move the HandBot
It helps locate the PTPs and Elevators in a complex
This is helpful when troubleshooting the CAP, PTPs or
Elevators
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
32. Which of the following tape drive protocols are supported in the
SL8500? Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Fibre Channel, SCSI and ESCON
Fibre Channel, FICON and ESCON (*)
Fibre Channel and FICON
Fibre Channel, SCSI, FICON and ESCON
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.

33. True or False? Updating the library code from one version to
another can be accomplished without disrupting the operation of
the library.
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Correct
34. The dynamic worldwide naming convention assigns names to
the: Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Tape drives
Drive slots (*)
Drive trays
Tape drive arrays
Correct
35. Which is the correct list of tape drives currently supported by the
SL8500? Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum
SDLT (SDLT320)
T9x40, T10000 all generations, LTO all generations,
Quantum Super DLT (SDLT600) (*)
T9840, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000, Quantum Super DLT
(SDLT7000)
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum
DLT (DLT8000)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
36. Which of the
following
statements is
FALSE?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The remote SLC must be used for partitioning setup.
Storage cells and drives not allocated to any partition can be
accessed by any host (*)
Host partition connections can use either SCSI or HLI
Storage cells and tape drives allocated to a partition can be
used only by the host(s) assigned to that partition.
For SCSI host connections, the entire CAP can be allocated for
exclusive use by the partition or they can be left unallocated for
common use by all SCSI partitions
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL3000 Modular Library
training for more information.
37. This module can be attached to either side of the Base but when
more cartridge cells are available, it is placed on the right side of the
Base. Its primary function is to increase the number of cartridges. It
can also be converted to a PEM simply by changing the module ID
label.
Mark
for

Review
(1) Points
CEM (*)
AEM
DEM
SEM
Correct
38. To support the dual Tallbot feature, an SL3000 must have this
minimum power. Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
240V, 2N (*)
120V, 2N
240V, 2N+1
240V, N+1
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL3000 Modular Library
training for more information.
39. Which card is the backplane for all other cards in the ECM?
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
PUM (*)
HBCR
HBB
PUN
Correct
40. Assume the customer ordered a dual TallBot configuration and
wants non-disruptive replacement of the faulty TallBot. Which of the
following should they do?
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Use the AEM as a parking garage so faulty TallBot replacements
are non-disruptive. (*)
Use the DEM as a parking garage so faulty TallBot
replacements are non-disruptive.
Convert a DEM to a PEM by changing the module ID at the
host.
Convert two CEMs to PEMs by changing the module ID labels
shipped with the dual TallBot feature of the CEMs.
Correct
41. Which card is
the library
controller?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HBCR (*)
PUN
HBB
PUK
Correct
42. The Drive Expansion Module can house how many tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
56
24

48
16
32 (*)
Correct
43. Which of the following is NOT a licensed feature of the SL3000?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Partitioning
Dual ports
Service
Dual TallBots
Native fibre channel (*)
Correct
44. In the HLI-PRC numbering system for tape drives, the only numbers
that are significant are those pertaining to the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Drive and Column
Panel and Column
LSM and Row
LSM and Drive
Panel and Drive (*)
Correct
45. What is the advantage of a 2N versus an N + 1 Power Configuration?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It provides AC and DC Power redundancy. (*)
There is no advantage it is simply a customer preference.
It provides extra power to the DEM and is therefore more
efficient
It provides extra power to the rails and is therefore more
efficient.
Correct
46. Instructions
for installing
the Base
module are
provided in the
SL3000
Installation
Manual, but
installation
instructions for
the additional
modules
(DEM, CEM,
and AEM)
come from
where?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Individual conversion bills. (*)
The Oracle SPLAT WebSite
The Tape Support Web Site
My Oracle Support
The Customer Portal
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate
SL3000 Modular Library training for more
information.

47. The Base module ships with the following components installed:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CAP
PDUs
DC power supplies (for a single TallBot and eight tape drives) (*)
Choices 1 & 3
Choices 1, 2, and 3
Correct
48. There can only be one of these in a library system and it must be
placed to the left of the Base. It is similar in structure to the Base
Module but its primary function is to add more drive bays. It contains
153 to 521 additional physical slots, and an optional CAP.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
BASE
CEM
AEM
PEM
DEM (*)
Correct
49. How is the Reach Safe Sensor used in the TallBot?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To ensure the TallBot doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot.
To determine a safe clearance exists between the hand and the
cartridge walls. (*)
To ensure the rail doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot
To sense whether or not a cartridge is present in the CAP.
Correct
50. If the TallBot hand gripper does not fully release a cartridge when it is
placed in a slot, what prevents the cartridge from being pulled back
out?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
There are no features that can prevent this occurrence
cartridges always get pulled out if this happens.
Cartridge retention features know if the grippers wont release
and dont allow the TallBot to enter cartridges into the slot.
Cartridge retention features that have small speed bumps that
help prevent a cartridge from being pulled out. (*)
Proximity Sensors prevent cartridges from being pulled out.
Correct
56. The Select Active
Cells tool is used
in which instance?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
If the entire
library is
licensed.
If the library
has not been
partitioned

If the library
is being
partitioned
(*)
This tool is
always
required
Incorrect.
Please
refer to the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information
.
57. Which of the
following correctly
describes the
function of the
Module ID block in
each module?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It consists of
four bar code
labels used to
identify the
module
configuration
and is located
in the same
area in all
modules. (*)
he Module ID
block is only
located in the
Base Module
of the library
and has 1to 4
cartridges.
It is nonessential
but
can
sometimes be
useful.
It contains all
logical
addresses in
a library.
Correct
58. Where is the
documentation for
Power Distribution
and Cooling
requirements
found?
Mark for

Review
(1) Points
The Tape
Support Web
Site (*)
The System
Assurance
Center
The
Customer
Portal
My Oracle
Support
Correct
59. What does a
Cartridge Presence
sensor do?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It terminates the power
and control
signal to the
TallBot is a
Cartridge is
present.
It tells the
ECM to
supply power
to the rail for
the TallBot.
It determines
whether or
not the reach
is safe to get
or put the
cartridge in a
cell.
It lets the
hand
assembly
know that a
cartridge is
present inside
the hand
assembly. (*)
Correct
60. Which module is
home for the
TallBot and how
do they operate?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The TallBot
does NOT
belong to any
one module.
One or two
TallBot(s)
travel back

and forth, up
and down,
and from side
to side to
access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s). (*)
The DEM is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
The CEM is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
The Base is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
Incorrect.
Please
refer to the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for

more
information
.

1. The host
interface to
the library
controller
(HBC) is:
Mark for Review
(1) Points
TCP/IP (*)
Fibre channel
SCSI
None of the above
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
2. Assume the customer only keeps data cartridges in the library for 2
years. 33 cartridges need to be removed from the library. How
would these be physically removed by a human?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Through a CAP (*)
Manually by entering the library.
Through the PTP.
A human will never touch them.
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training f
10. What does it mean
when yellow LEDs
flash on and off for
approximately 10
seconds?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
An new tape drive has been inserted in the drive expansion module
An error has been detected requiring an intervention
The library is about to shut down
The library is about to start up (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL8500
Modular Library training for more information.
11. Which of the
following is
used to mount
network
components or
servers?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Elevator Racks
PTPs
Accessory Racks (*)
CAPS
15. There can
be up to

how many
libraries in a
single
SL8500
complex?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
5
10 (*)
15
20
Incorrect. Please refer to th
18. With 2N
power,
how many
power
supplies
are
needed to
support
30 tape
drives and
8 robots?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
10
8
14
12 (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more information.
31. True or False?
Updating the
library code from
one version to
another can be
accomplished
without disrupting
the operation of
the library.
Mark for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL8500
Modular Library training for more information.
35. Which is the
correct list of
tape drives
currently
supported by
the SL8500?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
T9840, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000, Quantum Super DLT (SDLT7000)
T9x40, T10000 all generations, LTO all generations, Quantum Super DLT
(SDLT600) (*)
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum SDLT (SDLT320)
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum DLT (DLT8000)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more informati

37. The
SL3000
provides
two 1-rack
unit
spaces in
the Base
and DEM
that can
be used
for:
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The Service Delivery Platform (SDP)
Customer hubs
Optional Ethernet switches (*)
Routers
Any of the above devices
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL3000 Modular
Library training for more information.
43. What is the
difference
between N+1
and 2N power
configuration in
the SL3000?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
N+1 power is redundant for drives while 2N is redundant for all devices.
N+1 power uses one PDU and provides one more than required DC supply for
drives and rails, while 2N is fully redundant power at AC and DC level. (*)
N+1 power uses two PDUs and one more than required DC supplies, while 2N
uses twice the number of DC supplies.
N+1 power uses one extra rail supply.
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL3000
Modular Library training for more inf
50. Which is
the
following
describes
the TallBot?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The TallBot is a CRU.
The TallBot is a FRU. (*)
Most parts on the TallBot can be replaced.
The TallBot is a CRU or FRU.
All parts on the TallBot can be replaced.
58. Which
card
controls
the tape
drives?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
PUN
HBCR
HBB
HBT (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL3000 Modular
Library training for more info

63. Which is
true of
the
9840D
drive
media?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
It uses different media than the 9940B uses (*)
Although it uses different media than the 9940B, the 9940 media can be reformatted in
the 9840D drive
It uses the same media as the 9940B uses
It uses the same media as the T10K uses
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to Oracle StorageTek Tape
Drive Technology for more infor
66. Which
Oracle
media type
uses a
design with
a dual hub
contained
inside the
cartridge
itself?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
9840 (*)
T10000
9940
LTO
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
67. Which two interfaces are supported by the T10000 tape drive?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
USB 2/0
SATA
SCSI
Fibre Channel (*)
FICON (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
Fibre Channel Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
68. In an SL8500 library, how are the World Wide Names assigned ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
They are hard coded
The host assigns the WWNs
The library assigns dynamic World Wide Names (*)
The switch assigns WWNs
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more
information.
71. Ports on

Fibre
Channel
tape
drives can
operate as
which of
the
following ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
ISL_ports
N_ports or NL_ports (*)
F_ports
FL_ports
Correct
72. A Frame in a Fibre Channel transmission includes which of the
following ? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Frequency information
Header information (*)
Tape drive model information
Calibration bits
Correct
73. How many layers are defined in the Fibre Channel architecture ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
4 (*)
1
16
8
Correct
74. A fabric topology includes which of the following ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Ethernet cables
Switches and / or directors (*)
Point-to-point connections
Only hubs
Correct
75. A Fibre Channel arbitrated loop topology uses which device ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
A switch
A hub (*)
A terminal
A director
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
76. Architectural
layer FC-0
describes
which of the
following ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The hardware (*)
The upper level mapping
The protocol
The flow control

Correct
Ethernet Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
77. What type of traffic goes across the Ethernet interface ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
TCP/IP Telnet and FTP commands (*)
Library commands
SCSI commands
Data
Correct
78. In an Ethernet switched environment, where the T10000 tape
drive is connected to an Ethernet switch and the switch is
connected to a StorageTek Diagnostic Platform, what type of
cable should be used ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
CAT5 Ethernet cables (*)
Fibre cables
Twisted pair serial cables
USB cables
Correct
79. What is the primary purpose of the tape drive Ethernet
interface ? Mark for Review
(1) Points
To interpret library commands
For data transfer
To connect to an automated library
For monitoring and maintenance (*)
Correct
80. What type of physical connector is used for Ethernet cables ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
N_Port
RJ45 (*)
RS-422
D Style
Correct
81. What can
be used to
verify that
the
Ethernet
network is
functional
?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
VOP Drive Operations (*)
Library Operator Panel
Cartridge will load and unload
Correct
82. What is needed to run the diagnostics from the VOP ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
A laptop with the service VOP installed (*)
A site server with STDS installed
A remote connection
A Fibre Channel network connection
Correct

83. What is the CRC field in an Ethernet frame used for ?


Mark for Review
(1) Points
It prevents errors from being transmitted by doing
redundancy check (*)
It pads the frame to the correct byte length
It is a post-amble
It adds a byte-count to the frame
Correct
Tape Automation Troubleshooting and Repair
(Answer all questions in this section)
84. Which version of the Oracle System Handbook does not provide
support related information? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Support related information is available in all versions
Public (*)
Partner
Internal
Correct
85. You have a T10000B drive that took a FSC 3777 permanent read
error. What are the three most likely possibilities for this failure? Mark for Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
The tape is the wrong type for this drive
The drive has down level microcode (*)
The drive has a marginal read system (*)
The tape has the wrong bar code label
The tape experienced physical damage after it was written.
(possibly dropped) (*)
86. When
interpretin
g a Fault
Symptom
Code for a
customer,
it is a good
practice to
always
share the
Engineerin
g text with
them. True
or False?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Correct
87. In the Oracle System Handbook, how are Field Replaceable Units
marked? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
With a [$]
With an [F] (*)
With a [&]
With an [S]
With a[ C]
Correct
88. Is the Oracle Sytem Handbook accessible from this URL?
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Products/Drives/T10000/t10000c.p

hp)
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Incorrect. Please refer to the Tape
Automation Troubleshooting and Repair
course for more information.
89. A customer is having problems with their 9840C drives taking 37F4
errors. Using your available resources determine what is the first
question to ask?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
What type of drive wrote the tapes that are failing? (*)
Are there any 9840D drives in the library?
When were the tape drives last cleaned?
Do any tapes fail that are written by 9840C drives?
Correct
90. Which section of the tape support web site
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com)contains a list of the available tape
library and drive tools?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Drive FSC Lookup Tool
Troubleshooting
FABs and Tech Tips
Tape Product Tools Reference (*)
Code and Drivers
Correct
91. Which
tool can
NOT
access
T10000
EEPROM
data?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
VOP
SDP
STDS
Explorer (*)
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable
StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
92. Which diagnostics, if any, are run during the IPL process?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Both DIA and Servo diagnostics (*)
DIA (device interface adapter)
Servo diagnostics
No diagnostics execute during the IPL process
Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable
StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
93. Which IPL stage performs the functional code initialization?
Mark for Review

(1) Points
Stage 3 (*)
Stage 5
Stage 2
Stage 1
Stage 4
Correct
94. How many stages does the T10000 IPL process execute?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
2
6
4
3 (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable
StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
95. What does a slow flashing red LED indicate?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
IPL stage 1 boot code executing from EEPROM
Functional code load and initialization
Functional code running
Maintenance mode
IPL stage 2 boot code executing from RAM (*)
Correct
96. True or
False:
T10000
drive
memory
consists
of an
EEPROM,
which is
large
enough
to hold
40 mega
bytes of
dumps,
and
about
800
kilobytes
of event
logs.
Mark for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable
StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
97. Where should you gather drive error information from using the
standard tape tools? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive alerts, tape error codes and fault logs
Drive logs, tape alerts and fault symptom codes (*)
Driver error log accesible at the system console
Tape error and alerts log

Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable


StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
T10000 Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and Service
(Answer all questions in this section)
98. The drive Status LED is fast flashing green. What action should you
take? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Force a dump and call support for assistance
Remove the code tape from the drive (*)
Run the Quick QC test that is available in the SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Click the Loaded indicator in the Virtual Operator Panel
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek(TM) T10000 Tape Drive
Operation, Installation, and Service course
for more information.
99. What is the application that does NOT provide the capability to display
drive configuration settings? Mark for Review
(1) Points
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox (*)
Virtual Operataor Panel
All of these applications have that capability
None of these applications provide that capability
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek(TM) T10000 Tape Drive
Operation, Installation, and Service course
for more information.
100. What software application contains a menu option to set the drive to
the shipping position? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Tape Analysis Program
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
NMS Console
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Correct
101. What
application
provides
an
operator
panel
simulation
that you
use to
format a
cartridge
tape as a
dump
tape?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin) (*)
Virtual Operator Panel
NMS Console
Correct
102. The drive Encryption LED is green. What does this tell you?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The drive is enabled for encryption

The drive has keys for the currently loaded tape


The drive is not enabled for Encryption (*)
The drive is set up for Encryption but has no tape loaded
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
103. The T10000 tape drive cannot be installed into which library model?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
9310 Library Storage Module
L-series
9740 (*)
SL8500
Correct
104. When you press the reset switch on the drive or SL8500 drive tray
for more than two seconds to force a dump, what indication will the
Status LED have after the drive completes the IPL process?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Alternating between red and green
Slow flashing amber
Slow flashing green (*)
Fast flashing red
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
105. In the Virtual Operator Panel, what main menu item would you
select to obtain the drive's firmware version? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive Operations
Retrieve (*)
Configure
About
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, I
106. In the
Virtual
Operator
Panel,
Mark for Review
(1) Points
what
main
menu
contains
the
option
"Code
Load
from
Tape"?
File
Drive Operations
Retrieve
Configure (*)
Correct
107. When the drive is loading functional code during an IPL sequence,
what Status LED indication would you expect to see? Mark for Review

(1) Points
Fast flashing red
Slow flashing amber (*)
Alternating red and green
Slow flashing green
Correct

1.The
location
and
selection
of the
power
supplies
for the
Robotics
depends
on which
of the
following
?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Number of tape drives installed
Number of libraries in the complex
Number of bar code scanners
Number of HandBots installed (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
2. Which SLC tool would you select to enable the CAP pushbutton on the SL8500
key pad? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Utilities/ Diagnostics (*)
System Detail
Reports
Monitors
Correct
3. How do libraries grow?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Toward the front and to the right.
From right to left as referenced from the front. (*)
It depends on the library complex location.
Any way the data center manager wishes.
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular

Library training
for more
information.
4. Which module is last in the library and contains the Electronics Control Module
and Power components? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM (*)
CIM
SEM
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
5. Which of the following is NOT a characteristics of the web-cam?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Attaches to a 10/100Base-T Ethernet connection
Provides remote video but no audio (*)
Includes two cameras (one on each side of the library)
Installs above the two front access doors
Uses motorized functions
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
6.How
many
additiona
l
customer
cells are
added
with each
Storage
Expansio
n
Module?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
4912
3184
1728 (*)
1456
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500

Modular
Library training
for more
information.
7. Non-labeled cartridges will NOT be supported in SL8500 libraries. If a
cartridge is found without a label, it will be: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Marked as a scratch tape
Reported by the console
Left alone and flagged
Exported (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
8. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed to support 10 tape
drives and 4 robots? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
6 (*)
8
4
10
Correct
9. Using the SLC, what two items in the Permanent Reports list contain
information that can NOT be found elsewhere within the SLC menu pages? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Software Versions and Cartridge Summary
Event Log and Cartridge Summary (*)
Library Details and Event Log
Software Versions and Drive Details
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
10. How many power options (PDUs) are available for SL8500 operation?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
5
3
4 (*)
2
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular

Library training
for more
information.
11.With
2N
power
, how
many
power
suppli
es are
neede
d to
suppo
rt 30
tape
drives
and 8
robots
?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
10
8
12 (*)
14
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
12. Which of the following is the tape drive controller card?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBO
HBT (*)
HBD
HBC
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
13. In the SL8500 library, fault symptom codes (FSCs) have been replaced by:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Result codes (*)
Component faults
Parts identifiers
Event monitors
Correct

14. True or False? The SL8500 library always reports to ACSLS that it has two
CAPS, even if only one physical CAP is present. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Correct
15. Which statement about the SL8500's Cartridge Access Port (CAP) is NOT true?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It contains three magazines, each with 13 cells and up to 39 cartridges can
be entered or ejected at a time
They are installed on the left access door and are rotated manually (*)
Magazines can be removed from the CAP to enter cartridges in a batch
mode
They are installed on the right access door and rotation is accomplished
using a motor
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
informatio
16
.
What
function do
the elevators
serve in the
SL8500?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To pass
cartridge
s from
library to
library
horizont
ally
Module
identifica
tion
For
entering
and
ejecting
cartridg
es from
the
library
The
elevator
s move
cartridg
es
entered

via CAP
to rail 1
and,
pass
cartridg
es from
rail/LSM
to
rail/LSM
(*)
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
17
.
When drives
are added or
replaced,
Automatic
Detection of
drives stores
all but which
of the
following in
the library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Library
hardwar
e
number
s
Firmwar
e and
System
location
s
CAP
assignm
ent (*)
Dynami
c World
Wide
Names
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate

SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
18
.
If the library
attempts to
insert an
upside down
cartridge
into an LTO
drive it
meets with
obstruction
resulting in
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
the failure of
the
'putCartridge
' process.
What
happens
next?
The
library
returns
the
cartridg
e to its
source
slot,
and
sends a
load
error
messag
e to the
host.
(*)
The
library
does
nothing
The
library
returns
the
cartridg
e to the
CAP
The
library
places
the
cartridg

e into a
system
cell for
later
removal
by the
operator
.
Correct
19
.
When
diagnosing a
library fault,
the best tool
at this time
is:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Service
Delivery
Platfor
m
(SDP)
Streamli
ne
Library
Console
(SLC)
(*)
A PC
with a
connecti
on to
the CLI
port
SCSI/Fib
re
toolbox
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
20
.
If either of
the
Emergency
Robot Stop
switches is
pressed,

power is
removed
from which
of the
following?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Rails
(*)
AC
power
that
supplies
the
source
for the
DC
supplies
.
Only DC
power
supplies
All
drives
in the
library
Correct
21.One DC power
supply provides
power for how
many drives and
HandBots,
respectively?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
8 drives and 2 HandBots (*)
4 drives and 2 HandBots
2 drives and 2 HandBots
8 drives and 1 HandBot
Correct
22. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed to
support 30 tape drives and 8 robots? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
8
6
12
10 (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
23. Which three statements about PTPs are correct?
Mark for

Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Power for the PTPs comes from inside the assembly
The PTP feature requires at least one Accessory Rack and for
two for redundancy (*)
Pass-thru ports (PTPs) are electro-mechanical devices that
pass one or two cartridges to another LSM in the same
complex (*)
PTP configuration can be either: 6 assemblies, one per rail or
2 assemblies 1 per rail
An Inter-Library Communications kit (ILC) is needed to
implementPTPs and each ILC kit supports up to five libraries
that connect to form a comple (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
24. This circuit card contains the configuration, firmware versions,
library features, and one-time passwords. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBT
HBK (*)
HBC
HBX
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
25. If four tape drives in a horizontal row experience power problems,
what single point of failure would you suspect? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
A faulty HBS module
A faulty HBT card
A faulty connection between the HBO and HBF modules (*)
A faulty DC power supply
26.Where can
you find the
SLC
application
for
download?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The System Assurance Center (SAC)
The Tape Support Website
My Oracle Support (*)

The Beehive Workspace


Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
27. The key for the mechanical release of the SSD should be kept where?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
With the person who unlocks and locks the front door of the library
(*)
With the operator(s)
It should be left in the door for safety reasons
It should be kept inside the library on an empty cartridge cell
Correct
28. Which statement most accurately describes the robotic redundancy in
the SL8500? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
If a motor in the robot fails, another robot on the same rail pushes
it into the service area (*)
If a motor fails in the robot, the robot uses a second motor and
continues operation. If both motor fails, a different robot replaces
the motor and the robot continues operating
If a motor fails in a robot, a robot from a different rail pushes the
failed robot into the service area
If a motor fails in the robot, the robot's second motor powers
pushes it into the service area. If both motor fails, the other robot
on the same rail pushes the robot into the service area
Correct
29. Assume you are ordering a 2N PDU for 18 tape drives and 4 robots in
the library, how many TOTAL power supplies will you need? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
10
8
6
12 (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
30. Which of these has the following characteristics? It is the first module in
the library; there is only one per library; it contains 648 data cartridge
slots, 198 slots for diagnostic and cleaning cartridges, and 24 end slots.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RIM

DEM
CIM (*)
SEM
31
.
True or False?
Updating the library
code from one
version to another
can be accomplished
without disrupting
the operation of the
library.
Mark for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
32. Which of the following is used to connect libraries together to
form a complex and pass cartridges horizontally from library to
library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HandBots
Elevators
CAPs
Pass thru Ports (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
33. The dynamic worldwide naming convention assigns names to
the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Tape drive arrays
Tape drives
Drive slots (*)
Drive trays
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular

Library
training for
more
information.
34. Which condition will cause a loss of DC power to ALL the
HandBot rails? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Tripping the circuit breaker on an HBS module
A faulty front door switch (*)
Opening the back door of the library
Varying the library offline
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
35. What happens if a tape Cartridge Is DEGAUSSED (fully erased)?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Nothing
It takes too long and is not necessary.
It voids the manufacturers warranty.
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks are erased rendering
the media unusable. (*)
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks become a data
security risk and the media will be unusable
36
.
In SL3000
addressing,
which is true of
the DEM?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
DEM column numbers are positive because DEMS are always to
the left of the base in the firmware addresses.
DEM column numbers are positive because DEMS are always to
the right of the base in the firmware addresses.
DEM column numbers are negative because DEMS are always to
the left of the base in the firmware addresses. (*)
DEM column numbers are negative because DEMS are always to
the right of the base in the firmware addresses.
38
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
37. The Drive Expansion Module can house how many tape drives?

Mark for
Review
(1) Points
56
48
16
32 (*)
24
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
38. Which is the correct list of tape drives supported by the SL3000?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
LTO Gen 3, 4, 5; 9840 C & D, 9940C, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, 9940C, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 3, 4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, SDLT600, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 3,4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, T10K A, B, C, D (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
39. What happens if the module ID block is incorrect?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Initialization takes too long.
Nothing
The TallBot will become unmanageable.
The library will fail to initialize. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
40. Which card is tied to the library serial number, contains flash memory
that stores the library configuration information, retains a list of
features and module upgrades, and provides library security? It also
contains a database of activation passwords and stores library user
passwords.
Mark for
Review

(1) Points
PUN
PUM
PKZ
PUK (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
41
.
What
does a
Cartridge
Presence
sensor
do?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
It tells the ECM to supply power to the rail for the TallBot.
It terminates the power and control signal to the TallBot is a Cartridge is
present.
It determines whether or not the reach is safe to get or put the
cartridge in a cell.
It lets the hand assembly know that a cartridge is present inside the
hand assembly. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
42. Which of the following correctly describes the function of the Module ID
block in each module? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
he Module ID block is only located in the Base Module of the library and
has 1to 4 cartridges.
It contains all logical addresses in a library.
It is non-essential but can sometimes be useful.
It consists of four bar code labels used to identify the module
configuration and is located in the same area in all modules. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
43. If you were having a problem with a series of CAPs on either the left or the

right side of the Base, it would be prudent to start by checking the LEDs on
which two circuit cards?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUF & PUN
PUM & HBS
PUW & PUZ (*)
PUN & HBC
HBS & PUZ
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
44. When this module is placed to the left of the Base module, the left-most
column in the library is inaccessible to the TallBot but only if it is the last
column in the library and there is nothing to the left of it.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CEM (*)
DEM
PEM
AEM
Correct
45. Which statement describes this configuration: A Base module with eight
drives, no operator panel or window. One DEM with eight drives and no
operator panel, window or CAP. Eight CEMs with cartridge slots only, dual
TallBots with two AEMs.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
This configuration provides the maximum storage capacity. (*)
This configuration provides the minimum storage capacity.
This configuration is not possible with that much storage capacity.
This configuration provides average storage capacity.
46
.
Which card
is the library
controller?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HBCR (*)
PUK
PUN
HBB
Correct
47. How is the Reach Safe Sensor used in the TallBot?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To determine a safe clearance exists between the hand and the
cartridge walls. (*)
To sense whether or not a cartridge is present in the CAP.
To ensure the TallBot doesnt cause electrical shock to service

support personnel when touching the TallBot.


To ensure the rail doesnt cause electrical shock to service support
personnel when touching the TallBot
Correct
48. Which card controls the tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUN
HBB
HBT (*)
HBCR
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
49. What is the advantage of a 2N versus an N + 1 Power Configuration?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
There is no advantage it is simply a customer preference.
It provides AC and DC Power redundancy. (*)
It provides extra power to the DEM and is therefore more efficient
It provides extra power to the rails and is therefore more efficient.
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
50. The Base module ships with the following components installed:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CAP
PDUs
DC power supplies (for a single TallBot and eight tape drives) (*)
Choices 1 & 3
Choices 1, 2, and 3
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
51
.

Why
arent
drive
trays
replac
ed if a
tape
drive
is
faulty?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
They are tied to entitlement, only the drives within the tray are replaced.
(*)
Replacing them is too laborious. If a drive has problems, the entire drive
tray is decommissioned.
They are tied to entitlement and therefore, if a drive has problems, the
entire drive tray is decommissioned.
It is common for a drive tray to be replaced.
Correct
52. Inside the Tallbot hand, the proximity sensor is comprised of two parts: a
transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter sends out a pulsed frequency signal
and the receiver detects this signal when it is reflected off of a surface. When a
signal detected by the receiver matches the signal sent by the transmitter, what
happens?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The Cartridge Present sensor sends an electronic signal to the host to eject
the media.
The TallBot goes to the CAP to eject a cartridge.
The reach safe sensor is triggered and the TallBot stops until an operator
can move the robot safely.
A valid surface is detected indicating tape cartridge presence. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
53. What is the main purpose of a library audit?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To help determine the number of cartridges the customer has stored in the
Base Module.
To make sure the customer is charged correctly for their service contract.
To ensure the Dynamic World Wide Names are properly assigned
(including the elevator, the PTP and the CAP).
To create a cartridge database and to ensure the integrity of the cartridge
database by checking each accessible cell location (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training

for more
information.
54. In the HLI-PRC numbering system for tape drives, the only numbers that are
significant are those pertaining to the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Panel and Column
Panel and Drive (*)
LSM and Row
Drive and Column
LSM and Drive
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
55. Which of these statement is true for SL3000 license keys?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Generated at the time of the sales order, based on the serial number of
the base and must be installed by a service technician
Generated at the time of sale, based on the library serial number, and can
be installed by the customer (*)
Generated at any time, based on the library serial number and must be
installed by a service technician
Generated at the time of installation and based on the serial number of the
Base
56
.
The
SL3000
has
both
positive
and
negativ
e
numberi
ng for
slot and
drive
columns
. Where
is the
center
line or
referenc
e point
and
what is
the
highest
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
column

number
possible
?
On the left edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -18 and +18
in the AEM.
On the right edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -1 and +1 in
the PEM.
On the left edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -31 and +31
in the AEM. (*)
On the left edge of the
PEM module. The highest
column number possible
is -18 and +18 in the
AEM
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
57. There is always one of these
modules in the library and it is
the only module that can
stand alone. It contains two
DC power supplies, an
Electronics Control Module
and a Drive Array with eight
drives. Two additional arrays
may be ordered for this
module.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
AEM
DEM
PEM
BASE (*)
CEM
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000

Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
58. Where do direct power and
control signals for the TallBot
come from and how are these
terminated?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the Base Module and
power terminators are
stored at the beginning
of each rail.
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the ECM which is directly
connected to the TallBot.
Rail terminators are
stored at the beginning
of each rail.
Power and control signals
come from two copper
strips separated by an
insulator. Rail power
terminators are installed
at each end of the power
strips. (*)
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the DEM and power
terminators are stored at
the end of each rail.
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
59. Which card is the backplane
for all other cards in the ECM? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBB
PUM (*)
PUN
HBCR
Incorrect
. Please

refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
60. There can only be one of
these in a library system and
it must be placed to the left of
the Base. It is similar in
structure to the Base Module
but its primary function is to
add more drive bays. It
contains 153 to 521 additional
physical slots, and an optional
CAP.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
AEM
DEM (*)
CEM
BASE
PEM
When the
drive is
loading
functional
code
during an
Mark for Review
(1) Points
IPL
sequence,
what
Status LED
indication
would you
expect to
see?
Fast flashing red
Slow flashing amber (*)
Alternating red and green
Slow flashing green
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
102. In the Virtual Operator Panel, an indicator color of magenta has what
meaning? Mark for Review
(1) Points
A transition from one drive state to another (*)
The initial program load (IPL) drive process has begun
A new firmware file has been loaded into RAM
The drive contains an uncollected dump file
Correct

103. What software application contains a menu option to display the


meaning of a drive Fault Symptom Code? Mark for Review
(1) Points
NMS Console
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
104. What application provides an operator panel simulation that you use
to format a cartridge tape as a dump tape? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Virtual Operator Panel
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin) (*)
NMS Console
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
105. What software application contains a menu option to set the drive to
the shipping position? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Tape Analysis Program
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
NMS Console
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
106. In the
Virtual
Operator
Panel,
what
main
menu
contains
the
option
"Code
Load
from
Tape"?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive Operations
Configure (*)
File
Retrieve
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek(TM) T10000 Tape Drive
Operation, Installation, and Service
course for more information.
107. What application includes the Configure main menu?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
NMS Console
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)

61. The MIR or

media
information
region is a
directory, that is
written to the
back of the tape
as a result of an
unload
command.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
62. Which of the
following should
you first try
when
troubleshooting
read errors?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Transfer the
data onto a
new tape
Send the
tape to
Oracle to
have it
tested
Read the
tape in
another
drive (*)
Shut down
the drive so
that
customer
cannot use
it
Incorrect.

Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
63. If the tape
cartridge RFID is
unreadable by
the T10k tape
drive, the drive
will still mount
the tape and
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
emulate a 9940
tape drive.
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
64. Which statistical
information is
NOT included in
the Media
Information
Region (MIR)?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
End of Data
block
number and
position
Last 5
mounts
statistics
Total
number of
months

(used to
determine
expiration)
The last
mounted
tape drives
physical
address (*)
Total bytes
read and
written to
the
cartridge
and number
of files on
tape
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
65. Which three
elements are
kept in the RFID
chip on the T10K
tape Cartridge?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
State of the
MIR, cell
location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from, and IP
address of
the drive
the tape is
inserted
into
Type of tape
(data, dump,
code, or
cleaning),
location of

the MIR and


end of data
on tape, and
manufacturi
ng
information
(*)
The IP
address of
the drive
that is tape
is inserted
into, type of
tape (data,
dump, code,
or cleaning),
and the cell
location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from
Type of tape
(data,
dump, code,
or cleaning),
cell location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from, and
state of MIR
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
66. What will be
the indication
when the
drive is
performing an
Initial
Program Load
(IPL) or
initialization?
Mark for Review

(1) Points
The LED will have a fast amber flash until the load is
complete The LED will have a solid red light until the load is complete
The LED will flash green until the load is complete
The LED will flash red slowly for about two minutes (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
67. When reviewing IBM console and application logs looking for drive
sense data, which two IBM drives does the 9840D emulate? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
9940A
3690
3490 (*)
3590 (*)
3360
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
Fibre Channel Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
68. If you were to connect a MAGMA box directly to a tape drive using
a fiber cable, you establish what type of connection ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Point-to-point (*)
Private loop
Fabric
Public loop
Correct
69. When a tape drive in a fabric network is powered on, what is the
next step in the sequence required for it to be able to operate as
part of the network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Port Login (PLOGI)
Fabric Login (FLOGI) (*)
Process Login (PRLI)
Fabric registration
Correct
70. In a Fibre Channel network, a Node can best be described as
which of the following ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
A disk
A library
A device that can send and receive transmissions in a Fibre
Channel network (*) An optical connection
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
71. Fibreoptic
cables
transmit
what
type of
signals ?

Mark for Review


(1) Points
Power
Optical (*)
Electrical
Analogue
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
72. In a fabric topology, what is the purpose of the Switch Simple
Nameserver ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It calculates World Wide Node Names
It connects to a public loop
It maintains a database of ports on the fabric
It maps each of the devices WWN to an address assigned by the
switch. (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
73. In a fabric topology, tape drives use how many bits for addressing ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
8
16
24 (*)
36
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
74. What is a possible source of light in a Fibre Channel network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Electrical impulse
Laser (*)
Fluorescent light
Glass fiber
Correct
75. A World Wide Port Name is assigned to what ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The ESCON Director
All Nodes
Each port of an HBA and each port of a tape drive (*)
The hub
76. In a fabric
topology,
which
device
should
you
power up
first ?
Mark for Review

(1) Points
The switch (*)
The tape drive
The host
The disk
Correct
Ethernet Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
77. What is the CRC field in an Ethernet frame used for ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It is a post-amble
It adds a byte-count to the frame
It pads the frame to the correct byte length
It prevents errors from being transmitted by doing redundancy
check (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Ethernet Fundamentals for TSeries
Tape Drives course for more
information.
78. What is the minimum length of an Ethernet Frame ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
16 bytes
32 bytes
8 bytes
64 bytes (*)
128 bytes
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Ethernet Fundamentals for TSeries
Tape Drives course for more
information.
79. What type of physical connector is used for Ethernet cables ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RS-422
D Style
RJ45 (*)
N_Port
Correct
80. What can be used to verify that the Ethernet network is functional ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
VOP Drive Operations (*)
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
Library Operator Panel
Cartridge will load and unload
81. What is
needed to
run the
diagnostics
from the
VOP ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
A Fibre Channel network connection
A laptop with the service VOP installed (*)

A site server with STDS installed


A remote connection
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Ethernet
Fundamentals for T-Series Tape Drives
course for more information.
82. Why does Oracle recommend connecting the drives Ethernet port to
a dedicated service network? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Private networks have less traffic contention (*)
To minimize security risk
To increase switch sales
To simplify network administration
Correct
83. What information does the Get ID command issued by STDS expect
in return ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The remote server name
The tape library ID
The tape drive identification information such as drive type and
firmware level (*) The network classification
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Ethernet
Fundamentals for T-Series Tape Drives
course for more information.
Tape Automation Troubleshooting and Repair
(Answer all questions in this section)
84. Which version of the Oracle System Handbook does not provide
support related information? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Public (*)
Partner
Internal
Support related information is available in all versions
Correct
85. A Customer with six 9840D Tape Drives is seeing this IEA486E
console message with a refcode of 38D3 informing them that the
cartridge may not be performing up to its full potential. Using your
available resources determine which two of the following remedies
will fix this condition.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
This situation can be repaired by the host by locating to the
EOD block on the tape (*) Send the tape back to the manufacture for warranty
replacement Clean the tape drive
Replace the tape drive
This situation can be repaired by loading this tape in an offline
drive and running the offline MIR Rebuild utility (*)
8
6.
Using this Oracle System Handbook link https://support.us.oracle.com/handbook_internal/S
ystems/T10000C/components.html. What is true
about the part number 315464501?
Mark
for Review

(1) Points
It is a FRU fr a 4Gb T10000C Tape
Drive
It is a CRU for a T10000D Tape
Drive
It is a FRU for a 4GB Short Wave
SFP Tranceiver (*)
It is a CRU fr a 4GB Long Wave SFP
Transceiver
It is a FRU for an 8GB Long Wave
SFP Tranceiver
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
87. A customer is having problems with their
9840C drives taking 37F4 errors. Using
your available resources determine what
is the first question to ask?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
What type of drive wrote the tapes
that are failing? (*)
When were the tape drives last
cleaned?
Are there any 9840D drives in the
library?
Do any tapes fail that are written
by 9840C drives?
Correct
88. When interpreting a Fault Symptom
Code for a customer, it is a good
practice to always share the Engineering
text with them. True or False?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
89. Which section of the tape support web
site
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com)cont
ains a list of the available tape library
and drive tools?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
Troubleshooting
Code and Drivers
FABs and Tech Tips
Drive FSC Lookup Tool
Tape Product Tools Reference (*)

Incorrect. Please refer


to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
90. You need to find instructions on how to
diagnose a cleaning tape issue on an
StorageTek 9940B tape drive. Which
technical instruction should you
reference? Refer to:
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Produ
cts/Drives/9940/9940b.php and
https://support.oracle.com
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
1014242.10
1013666.10
1013660.10
1015810.10 (*)
1015284.10
1. The same HBB
circuit card can
be programmed
and cabled to
perform several
functions in the
SL8500. Which
list of functions is
the most correct?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HandBot
operations,
control of
the CAP,
monitoring
the front
door
switches
Service
Safety Door
operation,
PTP,
monitoring
Emergency
Robot Stop
switches
PTP,
HandBot
operations,
& elevator
control (*)
Turntable
control, CAP
operations,
monitoring
the smoke
detector
Incorrect.

Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
2. The base SL8500
consists of what
library modules?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive and
Electronics,
Robotics
Interface,
and
Customer
Interface
(*)
Drive and
Electronics,
Cartridge
Interface,
and
Customer
Interface
Drive and
Electronics,
Cartridge
Interface,
GUI
Interface
Drive and
Electronics,
Robotics
Interface,
GUI
Interface
Correct
3. How are LSMs
numbered? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Top down
1-4. LSM
number 1
(rail 1) is on
top.
9840B
Top down
0-3. LSM
number 0
(rail 1) is on
top. (*)
Bottom up
0-3. LSM
number 0
(rail 1) is on
bottom.

Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
4. When drives are
added or
replaced,
Automatic
Detection of
drives stores all
but which of the
following in the
library?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Library
hardware
numbers
Firmware
and System
locations
CAP
assignment
(*)
Dynamic
World Wide
Names
Correct
5. What does a
blinking green
LED on the
SL8500 drive tray
rear panel
indicate?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Power is
applied to
the tray, but
the tray
power
supply card
is not
activated.
(*)
Power is
applied to
the tray,
and the
drive/library
is active.
Power is
applied to
the tray, but
the drive

failed to
complete
IPL.
Power is
applied to
the tray,
and the
drive IPL is
in progress.
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
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6. The location and
selection of the
power supplies for
the Robotics
depends on which
of the following?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Number of tape
drives installed
Number of libraries in
the complex
Number of bar code
scanners
Number of HandBots
installed (*)
Corr
ect
7. The pass-thru port (PTP)
mechanism has the ability
to pass how many
cartridges at one time?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
3
1
2 (*)
4
Inco
rrect
.
Plea
se
refer
to
the
appr
opri

ate
SL85
00
Mod
ular
Libra
ry
train
ing
for
mor
e
infor
mati
on.
8. Which tool in the SLC
would you select to find
the definition of an Result
Code?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
System Detail
Monitors
Utilities/ Diagnostics
(*)
Reports
Corr
ect
9. True or False? The SL8500
library always reports to
ACSLS that it has two
CAPS, even if only one
physical CAP is present.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Inco
rrect
.
Plea
se
refer
to
the
appr
opri
ate
SL85
00
Mod
ular
Libra
ry
train
ing
for
mor
e

infor
mati
on.
10. Where can you find the
SLC application for
download?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The System
Assurance Center
(SAC)
The Tape Support
Website
My Oracle Support
(*)
The Beehive
Workspace
11. Assume you are
ordering a 2N PDU
for 18 tape drives
and 4 robots in the
library, how many
TOTAL power
supplies will you
need?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
12 (*)
6
10
8
Correct
12. Which three statements about
PTPs are correct? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Power for the PTPs comes
from inside the assembly
The PTP feature requires at
least one Accessory Rack and
for two for redundancy (*)
Pass-thru ports (PTPs) are
electro-mechanical devices
that pass one or two
cartridges to another LSM in
the same complex (*)
PTP configuration can be
either: 6 assemblies, one per
rail or 2 assemblies 1 per rail
An Inter-Library
Communications kit (ILC) is
needed to implementPTPs
and each ILC kit supports up
to five libraries that connect
to form a comple (*)
Correct
13. Which two statements about
SL8500 DC Power Distribution are

correct?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Load sharing for the DC
Power Grids is optional
Load sharing allows the
output voltage of one supply
to be monitored and adjusted
by other supplies on the bus
(*)
The DC power grids use loadsharing
power supplies (*)
No power supply on the grid
is overloaded whether or not
the load sharing feature is
enabled
Correct
14. How many power options (PDUs)
are available for SL8500
operation?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
2
5
4 (*)
3
Correct
15. This PWA is installed in every
drive tray assembly. It is
considered to be the library/drive
interface card.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBD (*)
HBC
HBV
HBJ
16. How many
additional
customer
cells are
added with
each Storage
Expansion
Module?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
3184
1456
4912
1728 (*)
Correct
17. Assume that a HandBot was moved into the
maintenance area by another HandBot because the
Z- mechanism is faulty. Which of the following
would you do?
Mark

for Review
(1) Points
Replace the entire HandBot as a FRU and
place the HandBot back into service (*)
Replace the Z-motor mechanism to restore
vertical motion and place the HandBot back
into service
Replace the Proximity Sensor so it cant be
pushed into the maintenance area by another
HandBot
Replace the HBB card and place the HandBot
back into service
Incorrect. Please
refer to the
appropriate SL8500
Modular Library
training for more
information.
18. Using the SLC, what two items in the Permanent
Reports list contain information that can NOT be
found elsewhere within the SLC menu pages?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
Event Log and Cartridge Summary (*)
Library Details and Event Log
Software Versions and Drive Details
Software Versions and Cartridge Summary
Correct
19. With 2N power, how many power supplies are
needed to support 30 tape drives and 8 robots? Mark
for Review
(1) Points
14
10
8
12 (*)
Correct
20. Which module is last in the library and contains the
Electronics Control Module and Power components? Mark
for Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM (*)
CIM
SEM
Correct
21. What happens if
a tape Cartridge
Is DEGAUSSED
(fully erased)?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Nothing
It takes too long and is not necessary.
It voids the manufacturers warranty.
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks are erased
rendering the media unusable. (*)
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks become a data
security risk and the media will be unusable
Correct

22. Which of the following drive tray components is common to


all SL8500 drive trays?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
Tape Transport Interface harness
HBD card (*)
Rear panel to drive interface cable jumper
Power supply card
Correct
23. If four tape drives in a horizontal row experience power
problems, what single point of failure would you suspect?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
A faulty HBS module
A faulty connection between the HBO and HBF
modules (*)
A faulty DC power supply
A faulty HBT card
Correct
24. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed
to support 10 tape drives and 4 robots?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
10
6 (*)
4
8
Correct
25. How are Rails numbered?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
Top down 1-4. Rail number 1 is on top. (*)
Bottom up 4-1. Rail number 4 is on bottom.
Top down 0-3. Rail number 0 is on top.
Bottom up 0-3. Rail number 0 is on bottom
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
26. Cartridge slot
designations within
the SL8500 are
identified by a fivedigit
numbering
system. Which is the
correct order for
these numbers?
Mark for Review
(1) Points

LSM, rail, side, column, row


Library, side, rail, column, slot
Library, column, rail, side, row
Library, rail, column, side, row (*)
Correct
27. How many power grids are contained within the SL8500?
Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
4
3
5 (*)
2
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
28. Which SLC tool would you select to enable the CAP
pushbutton on the SL8500 key pad? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
System Detail
Monitors
Utilities/ Diagnostics (*)
Reports
Correct
29. If either of the Emergency Robot Stop switches is pressed,
power is removed from which of the following? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
All DC power supplies
Front power bus and all DC power supplies
Front power bus and Rails (*)
Rails and all DC power supplies
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
30. When is a cartridge marked as unusable, invalid media type
and automatically ejected into the CAP? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
When an upside down LTO cartridge is detected (*)
When a HandBot is placed back into service
When an upright LTO cartridge is detected
When it detects an upside down 9x40 or T10Kx
cartridge
Correct
31. Why might the
addresses and
locations of the
HandBots be
useful?

Mark for Review


(1) Points
This is helpful information when looking at SLC screens
and/or troubleshooting (*)
It is helpful to be able to physically move the HandBot
It helps locate the PTPs and Elevators in a complex
This is helpful when troubleshooting the CAP, PTPs or
Elevators
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
32. Which of the following tape drive protocols are supported in the
SL8500? Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Fibre Channel, SCSI and ESCON
Fibre Channel, FICON and ESCON (*)
Fibre Channel and FICON
Fibre Channel, SCSI, FICON and ESCON
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
33. True or False? Updating the library code from one version to
another can be accomplished without disrupting the operation of
the library.
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Correct
34. The dynamic worldwide naming convention assigns names to
the: Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Tape drives
Drive slots (*)
Drive trays
Tape drive arrays
Correct
35. Which is the correct list of tape drives currently supported by the
SL8500? Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum
SDLT (SDLT320)
T9x40, T10000 all generations, LTO all generations,
Quantum Super DLT (SDLT600) (*)
T9840, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000, Quantum Super DLT
(SDLT7000)
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum
DLT (DLT8000)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
36. Which of the
following

statements is
FALSE?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The remote SLC must be used for partitioning setup.
Storage cells and drives not allocated to any partition can be
accessed by any host (*)
Host partition connections can use either SCSI or HLI
Storage cells and tape drives allocated to a partition can be
used only by the host(s) assigned to that partition.
For SCSI host connections, the entire CAP can be allocated for
exclusive use by the partition or they can be left unallocated for
common use by all SCSI partitions
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL3000 Modular Library
training for more information.
37. This module can be attached to either side of the Base but when
more cartridge cells are available, it is placed on the right side of the
Base. Its primary function is to increase the number of cartridges. It
can also be converted to a PEM simply by changing the module ID
label.
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
CEM (*)
AEM
DEM
SEM
Correct
38. To support the dual Tallbot feature, an SL3000 must have this
minimum power. Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
240V, 2N (*)
120V, 2N
240V, 2N+1
240V, N+1
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL3000 Modular Library
training for more information.
39. Which card is the backplane for all other cards in the ECM?
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
PUM (*)
HBCR
HBB
PUN
Correct
40. Assume the customer ordered a dual TallBot configuration and
wants non-disruptive replacement of the faulty TallBot. Which of the
following should they do?
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Use the AEM as a parking garage so faulty TallBot replacements
are non-disruptive. (*)

Use the DEM as a parking garage so faulty TallBot


replacements are non-disruptive.
Convert a DEM to a PEM by changing the module ID at the
host.
Convert two CEMs to PEMs by changing the module ID labels
shipped with the dual TallBot feature of the CEMs.
Correct
41. Which card is
the library
controller?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HBCR (*)
PUN
HBB
PUK
Correct
42. The Drive Expansion Module can house how many tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
56
24
48
16
32 (*)
Correct
43. Which of the following is NOT a licensed feature of the SL3000?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Partitioning
Dual ports
Service
Dual TallBots
Native fibre channel (*)
Correct
44. In the HLI-PRC numbering system for tape drives, the only numbers
that are significant are those pertaining to the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Drive and Column
Panel and Column
LSM and Row
LSM and Drive
Panel and Drive (*)
Correct
45. What is the advantage of a 2N versus an N + 1 Power Configuration?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It provides AC and DC Power redundancy. (*)
There is no advantage it is simply a customer preference.
It provides extra power to the DEM and is therefore more
efficient
It provides extra power to the rails and is therefore more
efficient.
Correct
46. Instructions
for installing
the Base

module are
provided in the
SL3000
Installation
Manual, but
installation
instructions for
the additional
modules
(DEM, CEM,
and AEM)
come from
where?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Individual conversion bills. (*)
The Oracle SPLAT WebSite
The Tape Support Web Site
My Oracle Support
The Customer Portal
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate
SL3000 Modular Library training for more
information.
47. The Base module ships with the following components installed:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CAP
PDUs
DC power supplies (for a single TallBot and eight tape drives) (*)
Choices 1 & 3
Choices 1, 2, and 3
Correct
48. There can only be one of these in a library system and it must be
placed to the left of the Base. It is similar in structure to the Base
Module but its primary function is to add more drive bays. It contains
153 to 521 additional physical slots, and an optional CAP.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
BASE
CEM
AEM
PEM
DEM (*)
Correct
49. How is the Reach Safe Sensor used in the TallBot?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To ensure the TallBot doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot.
To determine a safe clearance exists between the hand and the
cartridge walls. (*)
To ensure the rail doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot
To sense whether or not a cartridge is present in the CAP.
Correct
50. If the TallBot hand gripper does not fully release a cartridge when it is
placed in a slot, what prevents the cartridge from being pulled back
out?

Mark for
Review
(1) Points
There are no features that can prevent this occurrence
cartridges always get pulled out if this happens.
Cartridge retention features know if the grippers wont release
and dont allow the TallBot to enter cartridges into the slot.
Cartridge retention features that have small speed bumps that
help prevent a cartridge from being pulled out. (*)
Proximity Sensors prevent cartridges from being pulled out.
Correct
56. The Select Active
Cells tool is used
in which instance?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
If the entire
library is
licensed.
If the library
has not been
partitioned
If the library
is being
partitioned
(*)
This tool is
always
required
Incorrect.
Please
refer to the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information
.
57. Which of the
following correctly
describes the
function of the
Module ID block in
each module?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It consists of
four bar code
labels used to
identify the
module
configuration
and is located
in the same
area in all
modules. (*)
he Module ID

block is only
located in the
Base Module
of the library
and has 1to 4
cartridges.
It is nonessential
but
can
sometimes be
useful.
It contains all
logical
addresses in
a library.
Correct
58. Where is the
documentation for
Power Distribution
and Cooling
requirements
found?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The Tape
Support Web
Site (*)
The System
Assurance
Center
The
Customer
Portal
My Oracle
Support
Correct
59. What does a
Cartridge Presence
sensor do?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It terminates
the power
and control
signal to the
TallBot is a
Cartridge is
present.
It tells the
ECM to
supply power
to the rail for
the TallBot.
It determines
whether or
not the reach
is safe to get
or put the
cartridge in a

cell.
It lets the
hand
assembly
know that a
cartridge is
present inside
the hand
assembly. (*)
Correct
60. Which module is
home for the
TallBot and how
do they operate?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The TallBot
does NOT
belong to any
one module.
One or two
TallBot(s)
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and from side
to side to
access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s). (*)
The DEM is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
The CEM is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape

drives, or
CAP(s).
The Base is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
Incorrect.
Please
refer to the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information
.

1.The
location
and
selection
of the
power
supplies
for the
Robotics
depends
on which
of the
following
?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Number of tape drives installed
Number of libraries in the complex
Number of bar code scanners
Number of HandBots installed (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
2. Which SLC tool would you select to enable the CAP pushbutton on the SL8500
key pad? Mark for

Review
(1) Points
Utilities/ Diagnostics (*)
System Detail
Reports
Monitors
Correct
3. How do libraries grow?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Toward the front and to the right.
From right to left as referenced from the front. (*)
It depends on the library complex location.
Any way the data center manager wishes.
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
4. Which module is last in the library and contains the Electronics Control Module
and Power components? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM (*)
CIM
SEM
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
5. Which of the following is NOT a characteristics of the web-cam?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Attaches to a 10/100Base-T Ethernet connection
Provides remote video but no audio (*)
Includes two cameras (one on each side of the library)
Installs above the two front access doors
Uses motorized functions
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
6.How
many

additiona
l
customer
cells are
added
with each
Storage
Expansio
n
Module?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
4912
3184
1728 (*)
1456
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
7. Non-labeled cartridges will NOT be supported in SL8500 libraries. If a
cartridge is found without a label, it will be: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Marked as a scratch tape
Reported by the console
Left alone and flagged
Exported (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
8. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed to support 10 tape
drives and 4 robots? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
6 (*)
8
4
10
Correct
9. Using the SLC, what two items in the Permanent Reports list contain
information that can NOT be found elsewhere within the SLC menu pages? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Software Versions and Cartridge Summary
Event Log and Cartridge Summary (*)
Library Details and Event Log
Software Versions and Drive Details
Incorrect.
Please refer to

the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
10. How many power options (PDUs) are available for SL8500 operation?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
5
3
4 (*)
2
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
11.With
2N
power
, how
many
power
suppli
es are
neede
d to
suppo
rt 30
tape
drives
and 8
robots
?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
10
8
12 (*)
14
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
12. Which of the following is the tape drive controller card?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBO

HBT (*)
HBD
HBC
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
13. In the SL8500 library, fault symptom codes (FSCs) have been replaced by:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Result codes (*)
Component faults
Parts identifiers
Event monitors
Correct
14. True or False? The SL8500 library always reports to ACSLS that it has two
CAPS, even if only one physical CAP is present. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Correct
15. Which statement about the SL8500's Cartridge Access Port (CAP) is NOT true?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It contains three magazines, each with 13 cells and up to 39 cartridges can
be entered or ejected at a time
They are installed on the left access door and are rotated manually (*)
Magazines can be removed from the CAP to enter cartridges in a batch
mode
They are installed on the right access door and rotation is accomplished
using a motor
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
informatio
16
.
What
function do
the elevators
serve in the
SL8500?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To pass
cartridge
s from

library to
library
horizont
ally
Module
identifica
tion
For
entering
and
ejecting
cartridg
es from
the
library
The
elevator
s move
cartridg
es
entered
via CAP
to rail 1
and,
pass
cartridg
es from
rail/LSM
to
rail/LSM
(*)
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
17
.
When drives
are added or
replaced,
Automatic
Detection of
drives stores
all but which
of the
following in
the library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Library
hardwar

e
number
s
Firmwar
e and
System
location
s
CAP
assignm
ent (*)
Dynami
c World
Wide
Names
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
18
.
If the library
attempts to
insert an
upside down
cartridge
into an LTO
drive it
meets with
obstruction
resulting in
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
the failure of
the
'putCartridge
' process.
What
happens
next?
The
library
returns
the
cartridg
e to its
source
slot,
and
sends a
load

error
messag
e to the
host.
(*)
The
library
does
nothing
The
library
returns
the
cartridg
e to the
CAP
The
library
places
the
cartridg
e into a
system
cell for
later
removal
by the
operator
.
Correct
19
.
When
diagnosing a
library fault,
the best tool
at this time
is:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Service
Delivery
Platfor
m
(SDP)
Streamli
ne
Library
Console
(SLC)
(*)
A PC
with a
connecti
on to
the CLI
port
SCSI/Fib
re
toolbox

Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
20
.
If either of
the
Emergency
Robot Stop
switches is
pressed,
power is
removed
from which
of the
following?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Rails
(*)
AC
power
that
supplies
the
source
for the
DC
supplies
.
Only DC
power
supplies
All
drives
in the
library
Correct
21.One DC power
supply provides
power for how
many drives and
HandBots,
respectively?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
8 drives and 2 HandBots (*)
4 drives and 2 HandBots
2 drives and 2 HandBots
8 drives and 1 HandBot

Correct
22. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed to
support 30 tape drives and 8 robots? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
8
6
12
10 (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
23. Which three statements about PTPs are correct?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Power for the PTPs comes from inside the assembly
The PTP feature requires at least one Accessory Rack and for
two for redundancy (*)
Pass-thru ports (PTPs) are electro-mechanical devices that
pass one or two cartridges to another LSM in the same
complex (*)
PTP configuration can be either: 6 assemblies, one per rail or
2 assemblies 1 per rail
An Inter-Library Communications kit (ILC) is needed to
implementPTPs and each ILC kit supports up to five libraries
that connect to form a comple (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
24. This circuit card contains the configuration, firmware versions,
library features, and one-time passwords. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBT
HBK (*)
HBC
HBX
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for

more
information.
25. If four tape drives in a horizontal row experience power problems,
what single point of failure would you suspect? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
A faulty HBS module
A faulty HBT card
A faulty connection between the HBO and HBF modules (*)
A faulty DC power supply
26.Where can
you find the
SLC
application
for
download?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The System Assurance Center (SAC)
The Tape Support Website
My Oracle Support (*)
The Beehive Workspace
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
27. The key for the mechanical release of the SSD should be kept where?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
With the person who unlocks and locks the front door of the library
(*)
With the operator(s)
It should be left in the door for safety reasons
It should be kept inside the library on an empty cartridge cell
Correct
28. Which statement most accurately describes the robotic redundancy in
the SL8500? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
If a motor in the robot fails, another robot on the same rail pushes
it into the service area (*)
If a motor fails in the robot, the robot uses a second motor and
continues operation. If both motor fails, a different robot replaces
the motor and the robot continues operating
If a motor fails in a robot, a robot from a different rail pushes the
failed robot into the service area
If a motor fails in the robot, the robot's second motor powers
pushes it into the service area. If both motor fails, the other robot
on the same rail pushes the robot into the service area
Correct
29. Assume you are ordering a 2N PDU for 18 tape drives and 4 robots in
the library, how many TOTAL power supplies will you need? Mark for
Review
(1) Points

10
8
6
12 (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
30. Which of these has the following characteristics? It is the first module in
the library; there is only one per library; it contains 648 data cartridge
slots, 198 slots for diagnostic and cleaning cartridges, and 24 end slots.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM
CIM (*)
SEM
31
.
True or False?
Updating the library
code from one
version to another
can be accomplished
without disrupting
the operation of the
library.
Mark for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
32. Which of the following is used to connect libraries together to
form a complex and pass cartridges horizontally from library to
library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HandBots
Elevators
CAPs
Pass thru Ports (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the

appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
33. The dynamic worldwide naming convention assigns names to
the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Tape drive arrays
Tape drives
Drive slots (*)
Drive trays
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
34. Which condition will cause a loss of DC power to ALL the
HandBot rails? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Tripping the circuit breaker on an HBS module
A faulty front door switch (*)
Opening the back door of the library
Varying the library offline
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
35. What happens if a tape Cartridge Is DEGAUSSED (fully erased)?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Nothing
It takes too long and is not necessary.
It voids the manufacturers warranty.
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks are erased rendering
the media unusable. (*)
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks become a data
security risk and the media will be unusable
36
.
In SL3000
addressing,
which is true of
the DEM?
Mark for Review

(1) Points
DEM column numbers are positive because DEMS are always to
the left of the base in the firmware addresses.
DEM column numbers are positive because DEMS are always to
the right of the base in the firmware addresses.
DEM column numbers are negative because DEMS are always to
the left of the base in the firmware addresses. (*)
DEM column numbers are negative because DEMS are always to
the right of the base in the firmware addresses.
38
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
37. The Drive Expansion Module can house how many tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
56
48
16
32 (*)
24
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
38. Which is the correct list of tape drives supported by the SL3000?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
LTO Gen 3, 4, 5; 9840 C & D, 9940C, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, 9940C, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 3, 4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, SDLT600, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 3,4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, T10K A, B, C, D (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
39. What happens if the module ID block is incorrect?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points

Initialization takes too long.


Nothing
The TallBot will become unmanageable.
The library will fail to initialize. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
40. Which card is tied to the library serial number, contains flash memory
that stores the library configuration information, retains a list of
features and module upgrades, and provides library security? It also
contains a database of activation passwords and stores library user
passwords.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUN
PUM
PKZ
PUK (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
41
.
What
does a
Cartridge
Presence
sensor
do?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
It tells the ECM to supply power to the rail for the TallBot.
It terminates the power and control signal to the TallBot is a Cartridge is
present.
It determines whether or not the reach is safe to get or put the
cartridge in a cell.
It lets the hand assembly know that a cartridge is present inside the
hand assembly. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more

information.
42. Which of the following correctly describes the function of the Module ID
block in each module? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
he Module ID block is only located in the Base Module of the library and
has 1to 4 cartridges.
It contains all logical addresses in a library.
It is non-essential but can sometimes be useful.
It consists of four bar code labels used to identify the module
configuration and is located in the same area in all modules. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
43. If you were having a problem with a series of CAPs on either the left or the
right side of the Base, it would be prudent to start by checking the LEDs on
which two circuit cards?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUF & PUN
PUM & HBS
PUW & PUZ (*)
PUN & HBC
HBS & PUZ
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
44. When this module is placed to the left of the Base module, the left-most
column in the library is inaccessible to the TallBot but only if it is the last
column in the library and there is nothing to the left of it.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CEM (*)
DEM
PEM
AEM
Correct
45. Which statement describes this configuration: A Base module with eight
drives, no operator panel or window. One DEM with eight drives and no
operator panel, window or CAP. Eight CEMs with cartridge slots only, dual
TallBots with two AEMs.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
This configuration provides the maximum storage capacity. (*)
This configuration provides the minimum storage capacity.
This configuration is not possible with that much storage capacity.

This configuration provides average storage capacity.


46
.
Which card
is the library
controller?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HBCR (*)
PUK
PUN
HBB
Correct
47. How is the Reach Safe Sensor used in the TallBot?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To determine a safe clearance exists between the hand and the
cartridge walls. (*)
To sense whether or not a cartridge is present in the CAP.
To ensure the TallBot doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot.
To ensure the rail doesnt cause electrical shock to service support
personnel when touching the TallBot
Correct
48. Which card controls the tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUN
HBB
HBT (*)
HBCR
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
49. What is the advantage of a 2N versus an N + 1 Power Configuration?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
There is no advantage it is simply a customer preference.
It provides AC and DC Power redundancy. (*)
It provides extra power to the DEM and is therefore more efficient
It provides extra power to the rails and is therefore more efficient.
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.

50. The Base module ships with the following components installed:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CAP
PDUs
DC power supplies (for a single TallBot and eight tape drives) (*)
Choices 1 & 3
Choices 1, 2, and 3
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
51
.
Why
arent
drive
trays
replac
ed if a
tape
drive
is
faulty?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
They are tied to entitlement, only the drives within the tray are replaced.
(*)
Replacing them is too laborious. If a drive has problems, the entire drive
tray is decommissioned.
They are tied to entitlement and therefore, if a drive has problems, the
entire drive tray is decommissioned.
It is common for a drive tray to be replaced.
Correct
52. Inside the Tallbot hand, the proximity sensor is comprised of two parts: a
transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter sends out a pulsed frequency signal
and the receiver detects this signal when it is reflected off of a surface. When a
signal detected by the receiver matches the signal sent by the transmitter, what
happens?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The Cartridge Present sensor sends an electronic signal to the host to eject
the media.
The TallBot goes to the CAP to eject a cartridge.
The reach safe sensor is triggered and the TallBot stops until an operator
can move the robot safely.
A valid surface is detected indicating tape cartridge presence. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular

Library training
for more
information.
53. What is the main purpose of a library audit?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To help determine the number of cartridges the customer has stored in the
Base Module.
To make sure the customer is charged correctly for their service contract.
To ensure the Dynamic World Wide Names are properly assigned
(including the elevator, the PTP and the CAP).
To create a cartridge database and to ensure the integrity of the cartridge
database by checking each accessible cell location (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
54. In the HLI-PRC numbering system for tape drives, the only numbers that are
significant are those pertaining to the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Panel and Column
Panel and Drive (*)
LSM and Row
Drive and Column
LSM and Drive
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
55. Which of these statement is true for SL3000 license keys?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Generated at the time of the sales order, based on the serial number of
the base and must be installed by a service technician
Generated at the time of sale, based on the library serial number, and can
be installed by the customer (*)
Generated at any time, based on the library serial number and must be
installed by a service technician
Generated at the time of installation and based on the serial number of the
Base
56
.
The
SL3000
has
both
positive
and

negativ
e
numberi
ng for
slot and
drive
columns
. Where
is the
center
line or
referenc
e point
and
what is
the
highest
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
column
number
possible
?
On the left edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -18 and +18
in the AEM.
On the right edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -1 and +1 in
the PEM.
On the left edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -31 and +31
in the AEM. (*)
On the left edge of the
PEM module. The highest
column number possible
is -18 and +18 in the
AEM
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
57. There is always one of these
modules in the library and it is
the only module that can
stand alone. It contains two

DC power supplies, an
Electronics Control Module
and a Drive Array with eight
drives. Two additional arrays
may be ordered for this
module.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
AEM
DEM
PEM
BASE (*)
CEM
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
58. Where do direct power and
control signals for the TallBot
come from and how are these
terminated?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the Base Module and
power terminators are
stored at the beginning
of each rail.
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the ECM which is directly
connected to the TallBot.
Rail terminators are
stored at the beginning
of each rail.
Power and control signals
come from two copper
strips separated by an
insulator. Rail power
terminators are installed
at each end of the power
strips. (*)
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the DEM and power
terminators are stored at
the end of each rail.
Incorrect
. Please

refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
59. Which card is the backplane
for all other cards in the ECM? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBB
PUM (*)
PUN
HBCR
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
60. There can only be one of
these in a library system and
it must be placed to the left of
the Base. It is similar in
structure to the Base Module
but its primary function is to
add more drive bays. It
contains 153 to 521 additional
physical slots, and an optional
CAP.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
AEM
DEM (*)
CEM
BASE
PEM
When the
drive is
loading
functional
code
during an
Mark for Review
(1) Points
IPL
sequence,
what

Status LED
indication
would you
expect to
see?
Fast flashing red
Slow flashing amber (*)
Alternating red and green
Slow flashing green
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
102. In the Virtual Operator Panel, an indicator color of magenta has what
meaning? Mark for Review
(1) Points
A transition from one drive state to another (*)
The initial program load (IPL) drive process has begun
A new firmware file has been loaded into RAM
The drive contains an uncollected dump file
Correct
103. What software application contains a menu option to display the
meaning of a drive Fault Symptom Code? Mark for Review
(1) Points
NMS Console
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
104. What application provides an operator panel simulation that you use
to format a cartridge tape as a dump tape? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Virtual Operator Panel
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin) (*)
NMS Console
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
105. What software application contains a menu option to set the drive to
the shipping position? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Tape Analysis Program
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
NMS Console
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
106. In the
Virtual
Operator
Panel,
what
main
menu
contains
the
option
"Code

Load
from
Tape"?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive Operations
Configure (*)
File
Retrieve
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek(TM) T10000 Tape Drive
Operation, Installation, and Service
course for more information.
107. What application includes the Configure main menu?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
NMS Console
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)

61. The MIR or


media
information
region is a
directory, that is
written to the
back of the tape
as a result of an
unload
command.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
62. Which of the
following should
you first try
when
troubleshooting
read errors?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Transfer the

data onto a
new tape
Send the
tape to
Oracle to
have it
tested
Read the
tape in
another
drive (*)
Shut down
the drive so
that
customer
cannot use
it
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
63. If the tape
cartridge RFID is
unreadable by
the T10k tape
drive, the drive
will still mount
the tape and
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
emulate a 9940
tape drive.
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
64. Which statistical

information is
NOT included in
the Media
Information
Region (MIR)?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
End of Data
block
number and
position
Last 5
mounts
statistics
Total
number of
months
(used to
determine
expiration)
The last
mounted
tape drives
physical
address (*)
Total bytes
read and
written to
the
cartridge
and number
of files on
tape
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
65. Which three
elements are
kept in the RFID
chip on the T10K
tape Cartridge?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points

State of the
MIR, cell
location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from, and IP
address of
the drive
the tape is
inserted
into
Type of tape
(data, dump,
code, or
cleaning),
location of
the MIR and
end of data
on tape, and
manufacturi
ng
information
(*)
The IP
address of
the drive
that is tape
is inserted
into, type of
tape (data,
dump, code,
or cleaning),
and the cell
location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from
Type of tape
(data,
dump, code,
or cleaning),
cell location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from, and
state of MIR

Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
66. What will be
the indication
when the
drive is
performing an
Initial
Program Load
(IPL) or
initialization?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The LED will have a fast amber flash until the load is
complete The LED will have a solid red light until the load is complete
The LED will flash green until the load is complete
The LED will flash red slowly for about two minutes (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
67. When reviewing IBM console and application logs looking for drive
sense data, which two IBM drives does the 9840D emulate? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
9940A
3690
3490 (*)
3590 (*)
3360
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
Fibre Channel Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
68. If you were to connect a MAGMA box directly to a tape drive using
a fiber cable, you establish what type of connection ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Point-to-point (*)
Private loop
Fabric
Public loop
Correct
69. When a tape drive in a fabric network is powered on, what is the
next step in the sequence required for it to be able to operate as
part of the network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Port Login (PLOGI)
Fabric Login (FLOGI) (*)

Process Login (PRLI)


Fabric registration
Correct
70. In a Fibre Channel network, a Node can best be described as
which of the following ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
A disk
A library
A device that can send and receive transmissions in a Fibre
Channel network (*) An optical connection
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
71. Fibreoptic
cables
transmit
what
type of
signals ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Power
Optical (*)
Electrical
Analogue
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
72. In a fabric topology, what is the purpose of the Switch Simple
Nameserver ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It calculates World Wide Node Names
It connects to a public loop
It maintains a database of ports on the fabric
It maps each of the devices WWN to an address assigned by the
switch. (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
73. In a fabric topology, tape drives use how many bits for addressing ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
8
16
24 (*)
36
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
74. What is a possible source of light in a Fibre Channel network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Electrical impulse

Laser (*)
Fluorescent light
Glass fiber
Correct
75. A World Wide Port Name is assigned to what ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The ESCON Director
All Nodes
Each port of an HBA and each port of a tape drive (*)
The hub
76. In a fabric
topology,
which
device
should
you
power up
first ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The switch (*)
The tape drive
The host
The disk
Correct
Ethernet Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
77. What is the CRC field in an Ethernet frame used for ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It is a post-amble
It adds a byte-count to the frame
It pads the frame to the correct byte length
It prevents errors from being transmitted by doing redundancy
check (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Ethernet Fundamentals for TSeries
Tape Drives course for more
information.
78. What is the minimum length of an Ethernet Frame ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
16 bytes
32 bytes
8 bytes
64 bytes (*)
128 bytes
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Ethernet Fundamentals for TSeries
Tape Drives course for more
information.
79. What type of physical connector is used for Ethernet cables ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RS-422
D Style

RJ45 (*)
N_Port
Correct
80. What can be used to verify that the Ethernet network is functional ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
VOP Drive Operations (*)
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
Library Operator Panel
Cartridge will load and unload
81. What is
needed to
run the
diagnostics
from the
VOP ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
A Fibre Channel network connection
A laptop with the service VOP installed (*)
A site server with STDS installed
A remote connection
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Ethernet
Fundamentals for T-Series Tape Drives
course for more information.
82. Why does Oracle recommend connecting the drives Ethernet port to
a dedicated service network? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Private networks have less traffic contention (*)
To minimize security risk
To increase switch sales
To simplify network administration
Correct
83. What information does the Get ID command issued by STDS expect
in return ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The remote server name
The tape library ID
The tape drive identification information such as drive type and
firmware level (*) The network classification
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Ethernet
Fundamentals for T-Series Tape Drives
course for more information.
Tape Automation Troubleshooting and Repair
(Answer all questions in this section)
84. Which version of the Oracle System Handbook does not provide
support related information? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Public (*)
Partner
Internal
Support related information is available in all versions
Correct
85. A Customer with six 9840D Tape Drives is seeing this IEA486E
console message with a refcode of 38D3 informing them that the

cartridge may not be performing up to its full potential. Using your


available resources determine which two of the following remedies
will fix this condition.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
This situation can be repaired by the host by locating to the
EOD block on the tape (*) Send the tape back to the manufacture for warranty
replacement Clean the tape drive
Replace the tape drive
This situation can be repaired by loading this tape in an offline
drive and running the offline MIR Rebuild utility (*)
8
6.
Using this Oracle System Handbook link https://support.us.oracle.com/handbook_internal/S
ystems/T10000C/components.html. What is true
about the part number 315464501?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
It is a FRU fr a 4Gb T10000C Tape
Drive
It is a CRU for a T10000D Tape
Drive
It is a FRU for a 4GB Short Wave
SFP Tranceiver (*)
It is a CRU fr a 4GB Long Wave SFP
Transceiver
It is a FRU for an 8GB Long Wave
SFP Tranceiver
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
87. A customer is having problems with their
9840C drives taking 37F4 errors. Using
your available resources determine what
is the first question to ask?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
What type of drive wrote the tapes
that are failing? (*)
When were the tape drives last
cleaned?
Are there any 9840D drives in the
library?
Do any tapes fail that are written
by 9840C drives?
Correct
88. When interpreting a Fault Symptom
Code for a customer, it is a good
practice to always share the Engineering
text with them. True or False?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points

True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
89. Which section of the tape support web
site
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com)cont
ains a list of the available tape library
and drive tools?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
Troubleshooting
Code and Drivers
FABs and Tech Tips
Drive FSC Lookup Tool
Tape Product Tools Reference (*)
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
90. You need to find instructions on how to
diagnose a cleaning tape issue on an
StorageTek 9940B tape drive. Which
technical instruction should you
reference? Refer to:
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Produ
cts/Drives/9940/9940b.php and
https://support.oracle.com
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
1014242.10
1013666.10
1013660.10
1015810.10 (*)
1015284.10

1. The host
interface to
the library
controller
(HBC) is:
Mark for Review
(1) Points
TCP/IP (*)
Fibre channel
SCSI
None of the above
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library

training for more information.


2. Assume the customer only keeps data cartridges in the library for 2
years. 33 cartridges need to be removed from the library. How
would these be physically removed by a human?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Through a CAP (*)
Manually by entering the library.
Through the PTP.
A human will never touch them.
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training f
10. What does it mean
when yellow LEDs
flash on and off for
approximately 10
seconds?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
An new tape drive has been inserted in the drive expansion module
An error has been detected requiring an intervention
The library is about to shut down
The library is about to start up (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL8500
Modular Library training for more information.
11. Which of the
following is
used to mount
network
components or
servers?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Elevator Racks
PTPs
Accessory Racks (*)
CAPS
15. There can
be up to
how many
libraries in a
single
SL8500
complex?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
5
10 (*)
15
20
Incorrect. Please refer to th
18. With 2N
power,
how many
power
supplies
are
needed to
support
30 tape

drives and
8 robots?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
10
8
14
12 (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more information.
31. True or False?
Updating the
library code from
one version to
another can be
accomplished
without disrupting
the operation of
the library.
Mark for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL8500
Modular Library training for more information.
35. Which is the
correct list of
tape drives
currently
supported by
the SL8500?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
T9840, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000, Quantum Super DLT (SDLT7000)
T9x40, T10000 all generations, LTO all generations, Quantum Super DLT
(SDLT600) (*)
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum SDLT (SDLT320)
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum DLT (DLT8000)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more informati
37. The
SL3000
provides
two 1-rack
unit
spaces in
the Base
and DEM
that can
be used
for:
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The Service Delivery Platform (SDP)
Customer hubs
Optional Ethernet switches (*)
Routers
Any of the above devices
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL3000 Modular
Library training for more information.
43. What is the

difference
between N+1
and 2N power
configuration in
the SL3000?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
N+1 power is redundant for drives while 2N is redundant for all devices.
N+1 power uses one PDU and provides one more than required DC supply for
drives and rails, while 2N is fully redundant power at AC and DC level. (*)
N+1 power uses two PDUs and one more than required DC supplies, while 2N
uses twice the number of DC supplies.
N+1 power uses one extra rail supply.
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL3000
Modular Library training for more inf
50. Which is
the
following
describes
the TallBot?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The TallBot is a CRU.
The TallBot is a FRU. (*)
Most parts on the TallBot can be replaced.
The TallBot is a CRU or FRU.
All parts on the TallBot can be replaced.
58. Which
card
controls
the tape
drives?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
PUN
HBCR
HBB
HBT (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate SL3000 Modular
Library training for more info
63. Which is
true of
the
9840D
drive
media?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
It uses different media than the 9940B uses (*)
Although it uses different media than the 9940B, the 9940 media can be reformatted in
the 9840D drive
It uses the same media as the 9940B uses
It uses the same media as the T10K uses
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to Oracle StorageTek Tape
Drive Technology for more infor
66. Which
Oracle
media type
uses a
design with
a dual hub

contained
inside the
cartridge
itself?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
9840 (*)
T10000
9940
LTO
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
67. Which two interfaces are supported by the T10000 tape drive?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
USB 2/0
SATA
SCSI
Fibre Channel (*)
FICON (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
Fibre Channel Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
68. In an SL8500 library, how are the World Wide Names assigned ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
They are hard coded
The host assigns the WWNs
The library assigns dynamic World Wide Names (*)
The switch assigns WWNs
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more
information.
71. Ports on
Fibre
Channel
tape
drives can
operate as
which of
the
following ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
ISL_ports
N_ports or NL_ports (*)
F_ports
FL_ports
Correct
72. A Frame in a Fibre Channel transmission includes which of the
following ? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Frequency information
Header information (*)
Tape drive model information

Calibration bits
Correct
73. How many layers are defined in the Fibre Channel architecture ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
4 (*)
1
16
8
Correct
74. A fabric topology includes which of the following ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Ethernet cables
Switches and / or directors (*)
Point-to-point connections
Only hubs
Correct
75. A Fibre Channel arbitrated loop topology uses which device ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
A switch
A hub (*)
A terminal
A director
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
76. Architectural
layer FC-0
describes
which of the
following ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The hardware (*)
The upper level mapping
The protocol
The flow control
Correct
Ethernet Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
77. What type of traffic goes across the Ethernet interface ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
TCP/IP Telnet and FTP commands (*)
Library commands
SCSI commands
Data
Correct
78. In an Ethernet switched environment, where the T10000 tape
drive is connected to an Ethernet switch and the switch is
connected to a StorageTek Diagnostic Platform, what type of
cable should be used ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
CAT5 Ethernet cables (*)
Fibre cables
Twisted pair serial cables
USB cables

Correct
79. What is the primary purpose of the tape drive Ethernet
interface ? Mark for Review
(1) Points
To interpret library commands
For data transfer
To connect to an automated library
For monitoring and maintenance (*)
Correct
80. What type of physical connector is used for Ethernet cables ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
N_Port
RJ45 (*)
RS-422
D Style
Correct
81. What can
be used to
verify that
the
Ethernet
network is
functional
?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
VOP Drive Operations (*)
Library Operator Panel
Cartridge will load and unload
Correct
82. What is needed to run the diagnostics from the VOP ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
A laptop with the service VOP installed (*)
A site server with STDS installed
A remote connection
A Fibre Channel network connection
Correct
83. What is the CRC field in an Ethernet frame used for ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
It prevents errors from being transmitted by doing
redundancy check (*)
It pads the frame to the correct byte length
It is a post-amble
It adds a byte-count to the frame
Correct
Tape Automation Troubleshooting and Repair
(Answer all questions in this section)
84. Which version of the Oracle System Handbook does not provide
support related information? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Support related information is available in all versions
Public (*)
Partner
Internal
Correct
85. You have a T10000B drive that took a FSC 3777 permanent read
error. What are the three most likely possibilities for this failure? Mark for Review

(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
The tape is the wrong type for this drive
The drive has down level microcode (*)
The drive has a marginal read system (*)
The tape has the wrong bar code label
The tape experienced physical damage after it was written.
(possibly dropped) (*)
86. When
interpretin
g a Fault
Symptom
Code for a
customer,
it is a good
practice to
always
share the
Engineerin
g text with
them. True
or False?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Correct
87. In the Oracle System Handbook, how are Field Replaceable Units
marked? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
With a [$]
With an [F] (*)
With a [&]
With an [S]
With a[ C]
Correct
88. Is the Oracle Sytem Handbook accessible from this URL?
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Products/Drives/T10000/t10000c.p
hp)
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Incorrect. Please refer to the Tape
Automation Troubleshooting and Repair
course for more information.
89. A customer is having problems with their 9840C drives taking 37F4
errors. Using your available resources determine what is the first
question to ask?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
What type of drive wrote the tapes that are failing? (*)
Are there any 9840D drives in the library?
When were the tape drives last cleaned?
Do any tapes fail that are written by 9840C drives?
Correct
90. Which section of the tape support web site

(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com)contains a list of the available tape


library and drive tools?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Drive FSC Lookup Tool
Troubleshooting
FABs and Tech Tips
Tape Product Tools Reference (*)
Code and Drivers
Correct
91. Which
tool can
NOT
access
T10000
EEPROM
data?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
VOP
SDP
STDS
Explorer (*)
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable
StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
92. Which diagnostics, if any, are run during the IPL process?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Both DIA and Servo diagnostics (*)
DIA (device interface adapter)
Servo diagnostics
No diagnostics execute during the IPL process
Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable
StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
93. Which IPL stage performs the functional code initialization?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Stage 3 (*)
Stage 5
Stage 2
Stage 1
Stage 4
Correct
94. How many stages does the T10000 IPL process execute?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
2
6
4
3 (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable
StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
95. What does a slow flashing red LED indicate?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
IPL stage 1 boot code executing from EEPROM

Functional code load and initialization


Functional code running
Maintenance mode
IPL stage 2 boot code executing from RAM (*)
Correct
96. True or
False:
T10000
drive
memory
consists
of an
EEPROM,
which is
large
enough
to hold
40 mega
bytes of
dumps,
and
about
800
kilobytes
of event
logs.
Mark for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable
StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
97. Where should you gather drive error information from using the
standard tape tools? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive alerts, tape error codes and fault logs
Drive logs, tape alerts and fault symptom codes (*)
Driver error log accesible at the system console
Tape error and alerts log
Incorrect. Please refer to the applicable
StorageTek StorageTek T10000 Tape Drive
course for more information.
T10000 Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and Service
(Answer all questions in this section)
98. The drive Status LED is fast flashing green. What action should you
take? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Force a dump and call support for assistance
Remove the code tape from the drive (*)
Run the Quick QC test that is available in the SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Click the Loaded indicator in the Virtual Operator Panel
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek(TM) T10000 Tape Drive
Operation, Installation, and Service course
for more information.
99. What is the application that does NOT provide the capability to display
drive configuration settings? Mark for Review
(1) Points
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox (*)

Virtual Operataor Panel


All of these applications have that capability
None of these applications provide that capability
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek(TM) T10000 Tape Drive
Operation, Installation, and Service course
for more information.
100. What software application contains a menu option to set the drive to
the shipping position? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Tape Analysis Program
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
NMS Console
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Correct
101. What
application
provides
an
operator
panel
simulation
that you
use to
format a
cartridge
tape as a
dump
tape?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin) (*)
Virtual Operator Panel
NMS Console
Correct
102. The drive Encryption LED is green. What does this tell you?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The drive is enabled for encryption
The drive has keys for the currently loaded tape
The drive is not enabled for Encryption (*)
The drive is set up for Encryption but has no tape loaded
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
103. The T10000 tape drive cannot be installed into which library model?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
9310 Library Storage Module
L-series
9740 (*)
SL8500
Correct
104. When you press the reset switch on the drive or SL8500 drive tray
for more than two seconds to force a dump, what indication will the
Status LED have after the drive completes the IPL process?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Alternating between red and green

Slow flashing amber


Slow flashing green (*)
Fast flashing red
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
105. In the Virtual Operator Panel, what main menu item would you
select to obtain the drive's firmware version? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive Operations
Retrieve (*)
Configure
About
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, I
106. In the
Virtual
Operator
Panel,
Mark for Review
(1) Points
what
main
menu
contains
the
option
"Code
Load
from
Tape"?
File
Drive Operations
Retrieve
Configure (*)
Correct
107. When the drive is loading functional code during an IPL sequence,
what Status LED indication would you expect to see? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Fast flashing red
Slow flashing amber (*)
Alternating red and green
Slow flashing green
Correct
1.The
location
and
selection
of the
power
supplies
for the
Robotics
depends
on which
of the
following
?
Mark for Review

(1) Points
Number of tape drives installed
Number of libraries in the complex
Number of bar code scanners
Number of HandBots installed (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
2. Which SLC tool would you select to enable the CAP pushbutton on the SL8500
key pad? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Utilities/ Diagnostics (*)
System Detail
Reports
Monitors
Correct
3. How do libraries grow?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Toward the front and to the right.
From right to left as referenced from the front. (*)
It depends on the library complex location.
Any way the data center manager wishes.
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
4. Which module is last in the library and contains the Electronics Control Module
and Power components? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM (*)
CIM
SEM
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
5. Which of the following is NOT a characteristics of the web-cam?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points

Attaches to a 10/100Base-T Ethernet connection


Provides remote video but no audio (*)
Includes two cameras (one on each side of the library)
Installs above the two front access doors
Uses motorized functions
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
6.How
many
additiona
l
customer
cells are
added
with each
Storage
Expansio
n
Module?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
4912
3184
1728 (*)
1456
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
7. Non-labeled cartridges will NOT be supported in SL8500 libraries. If a
cartridge is found without a label, it will be: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Marked as a scratch tape
Reported by the console
Left alone and flagged
Exported (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
8. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed to support 10 tape
drives and 4 robots? Mark for
Review

(1) Points
6 (*)
8
4
10
Correct
9. Using the SLC, what two items in the Permanent Reports list contain
information that can NOT be found elsewhere within the SLC menu pages? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Software Versions and Cartridge Summary
Event Log and Cartridge Summary (*)
Library Details and Event Log
Software Versions and Drive Details
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
10. How many power options (PDUs) are available for SL8500 operation?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
5
3
4 (*)
2
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
11.With
2N
power
, how
many
power
suppli
es are
neede
d to
suppo
rt 30
tape
drives
and 8
robots
?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
10
8

12 (*)
14
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
12. Which of the following is the tape drive controller card?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBO
HBT (*)
HBD
HBC
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
13. In the SL8500 library, fault symptom codes (FSCs) have been replaced by:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Result codes (*)
Component faults
Parts identifiers
Event monitors
Correct
14. True or False? The SL8500 library always reports to ACSLS that it has two
CAPS, even if only one physical CAP is present. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Correct
15. Which statement about the SL8500's Cartridge Access Port (CAP) is NOT true?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It contains three magazines, each with 13 cells and up to 39 cartridges can
be entered or ejected at a time
They are installed on the left access door and are rotated manually (*)
Magazines can be removed from the CAP to enter cartridges in a batch
mode
They are installed on the right access door and rotation is accomplished
using a motor
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular

Library training
for more
informatio
16
.
What
function do
the elevators
serve in the
SL8500?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To pass
cartridge
s from
library to
library
horizont
ally
Module
identifica
tion
For
entering
and
ejecting
cartridg
es from
the
library
The
elevator
s move
cartridg
es
entered
via CAP
to rail 1
and,
pass
cartridg
es from
rail/LSM
to
rail/LSM
(*)
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
17

.
When drives
are added or
replaced,
Automatic
Detection of
drives stores
all but which
of the
following in
the library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Library
hardwar
e
number
s
Firmwar
e and
System
location
s
CAP
assignm
ent (*)
Dynami
c World
Wide
Names
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
18
.
If the library
attempts to
insert an
upside down
cartridge
into an LTO
drive it
meets with
obstruction
resulting in
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
the failure of
the

'putCartridge
' process.
What
happens
next?
The
library
returns
the
cartridg
e to its
source
slot,
and
sends a
load
error
messag
e to the
host.
(*)
The
library
does
nothing
The
library
returns
the
cartridg
e to the
CAP
The
library
places
the
cartridg
e into a
system
cell for
later
removal
by the
operator
.
Correct
19
.
When
diagnosing a
library fault,
the best tool
at this time
is:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Service
Delivery
Platfor
m

(SDP)
Streamli
ne
Library
Console
(SLC)
(*)
A PC
with a
connecti
on to
the CLI
port
SCSI/Fib
re
toolbox
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
20
.
If either of
the
Emergency
Robot Stop
switches is
pressed,
power is
removed
from which
of the
following?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Rails
(*)
AC
power
that
supplies
the
source
for the
DC
supplies
.
Only DC
power
supplies
All

drives
in the
library
Correct
21.One DC power
supply provides
power for how
many drives and
HandBots,
respectively?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
8 drives and 2 HandBots (*)
4 drives and 2 HandBots
2 drives and 2 HandBots
8 drives and 1 HandBot
Correct
22. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed to
support 30 tape drives and 8 robots? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
8
6
12
10 (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
23. Which three statements about PTPs are correct?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Power for the PTPs comes from inside the assembly
The PTP feature requires at least one Accessory Rack and for
two for redundancy (*)
Pass-thru ports (PTPs) are electro-mechanical devices that
pass one or two cartridges to another LSM in the same
complex (*)
PTP configuration can be either: 6 assemblies, one per rail or
2 assemblies 1 per rail
An Inter-Library Communications kit (ILC) is needed to
implementPTPs and each ILC kit supports up to five libraries
that connect to form a comple (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.

24. This circuit card contains the configuration, firmware versions,


library features, and one-time passwords. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBT
HBK (*)
HBC
HBX
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
25. If four tape drives in a horizontal row experience power problems,
what single point of failure would you suspect? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
A faulty HBS module
A faulty HBT card
A faulty connection between the HBO and HBF modules (*)
A faulty DC power supply
26.Where can
you find the
SLC
application
for
download?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The System Assurance Center (SAC)
The Tape Support Website
My Oracle Support (*)
The Beehive Workspace
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
27. The key for the mechanical release of the SSD should be kept where?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
With the person who unlocks and locks the front door of the library
(*)
With the operator(s)
It should be left in the door for safety reasons
It should be kept inside the library on an empty cartridge cell
Correct
28. Which statement most accurately describes the robotic redundancy in
the SL8500? Mark for
Review

(1) Points
If a motor in the robot fails, another robot on the same rail pushes
it into the service area (*)
If a motor fails in the robot, the robot uses a second motor and
continues operation. If both motor fails, a different robot replaces
the motor and the robot continues operating
If a motor fails in a robot, a robot from a different rail pushes the
failed robot into the service area
If a motor fails in the robot, the robot's second motor powers
pushes it into the service area. If both motor fails, the other robot
on the same rail pushes the robot into the service area
Correct
29. Assume you are ordering a 2N PDU for 18 tape drives and 4 robots in
the library, how many TOTAL power supplies will you need? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
10
8
6
12 (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
30. Which of these has the following characteristics? It is the first module in
the library; there is only one per library; it contains 648 data cartridge
slots, 198 slots for diagnostic and cleaning cartridges, and 24 end slots.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM
CIM (*)
SEM
31
.
True or False?
Updating the library
code from one
version to another
can be accomplished
without disrupting
the operation of the
library.
Mark for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library

training for
more
information.
32. Which of the following is used to connect libraries together to
form a complex and pass cartridges horizontally from library to
library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HandBots
Elevators
CAPs
Pass thru Ports (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
33. The dynamic worldwide naming convention assigns names to
the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Tape drive arrays
Tape drives
Drive slots (*)
Drive trays
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
34. Which condition will cause a loss of DC power to ALL the
HandBot rails? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Tripping the circuit breaker on an HBS module
A faulty front door switch (*)
Opening the back door of the library
Varying the library offline
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
35. What happens if a tape Cartridge Is DEGAUSSED (fully erased)?
Mark for

Review
(1) Points
Nothing
It takes too long and is not necessary.
It voids the manufacturers warranty.
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks are erased rendering
the media unusable. (*)
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks become a data
security risk and the media will be unusable
36
.
In SL3000
addressing,
which is true of
the DEM?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
DEM column numbers are positive because DEMS are always to
the left of the base in the firmware addresses.
DEM column numbers are positive because DEMS are always to
the right of the base in the firmware addresses.
DEM column numbers are negative because DEMS are always to
the left of the base in the firmware addresses. (*)
DEM column numbers are negative because DEMS are always to
the right of the base in the firmware addresses.
38
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
37. The Drive Expansion Module can house how many tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
56
48
16
32 (*)
24
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
38. Which is the correct list of tape drives supported by the SL3000?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
LTO Gen 3, 4, 5; 9840 C & D, 9940C, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, 9940C, T10K A, B, C, D

LTO Gen 3, 4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, SDLT600, T10K A, B, C, D


LTO Gen 3,4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, T10K A, B, C, D (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
39. What happens if the module ID block is incorrect?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Initialization takes too long.
Nothing
The TallBot will become unmanageable.
The library will fail to initialize. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
40. Which card is tied to the library serial number, contains flash memory
that stores the library configuration information, retains a list of
features and module upgrades, and provides library security? It also
contains a database of activation passwords and stores library user
passwords.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUN
PUM
PKZ
PUK (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
41
.
What
does a
Cartridge
Presence
sensor
do?
Mark for Review

(1) Points
It tells the ECM to supply power to the rail for the TallBot.
It terminates the power and control signal to the TallBot is a Cartridge is
present.
It determines whether or not the reach is safe to get or put the
cartridge in a cell.
It lets the hand assembly know that a cartridge is present inside the
hand assembly. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
42. Which of the following correctly describes the function of the Module ID
block in each module? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
he Module ID block is only located in the Base Module of the library and
has 1to 4 cartridges.
It contains all logical addresses in a library.
It is non-essential but can sometimes be useful.
It consists of four bar code labels used to identify the module
configuration and is located in the same area in all modules. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
43. If you were having a problem with a series of CAPs on either the left or the
right side of the Base, it would be prudent to start by checking the LEDs on
which two circuit cards?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUF & PUN
PUM & HBS
PUW & PUZ (*)
PUN & HBC
HBS & PUZ
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
44. When this module is placed to the left of the Base module, the left-most
column in the library is inaccessible to the TallBot but only if it is the last
column in the library and there is nothing to the left of it.
Mark for
Review

(1) Points
CEM (*)
DEM
PEM
AEM
Correct
45. Which statement describes this configuration: A Base module with eight
drives, no operator panel or window. One DEM with eight drives and no
operator panel, window or CAP. Eight CEMs with cartridge slots only, dual
TallBots with two AEMs.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
This configuration provides the maximum storage capacity. (*)
This configuration provides the minimum storage capacity.
This configuration is not possible with that much storage capacity.
This configuration provides average storage capacity.
46
.
Which card
is the library
controller?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HBCR (*)
PUK
PUN
HBB
Correct
47. How is the Reach Safe Sensor used in the TallBot?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To determine a safe clearance exists between the hand and the
cartridge walls. (*)
To sense whether or not a cartridge is present in the CAP.
To ensure the TallBot doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot.
To ensure the rail doesnt cause electrical shock to service support
personnel when touching the TallBot
Correct
48. Which card controls the tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUN
HBB
HBT (*)
HBCR
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
49. What is the advantage of a 2N versus an N + 1 Power Configuration?
Mark for

Review
(1) Points
There is no advantage it is simply a customer preference.
It provides AC and DC Power redundancy. (*)
It provides extra power to the DEM and is therefore more efficient
It provides extra power to the rails and is therefore more efficient.
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
50. The Base module ships with the following components installed:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CAP
PDUs
DC power supplies (for a single TallBot and eight tape drives) (*)
Choices 1 & 3
Choices 1, 2, and 3
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
51
.
Why
arent
drive
trays
replac
ed if a
tape
drive
is
faulty?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
They are tied to entitlement, only the drives within the tray are replaced.
(*)
Replacing them is too laborious. If a drive has problems, the entire drive
tray is decommissioned.
They are tied to entitlement and therefore, if a drive has problems, the
entire drive tray is decommissioned.
It is common for a drive tray to be replaced.
Correct
52. Inside the Tallbot hand, the proximity sensor is comprised of two parts: a
transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter sends out a pulsed frequency signal
and the receiver detects this signal when it is reflected off of a surface. When a
signal detected by the receiver matches the signal sent by the transmitter, what

happens?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The Cartridge Present sensor sends an electronic signal to the host to eject
the media.
The TallBot goes to the CAP to eject a cartridge.
The reach safe sensor is triggered and the TallBot stops until an operator
can move the robot safely.
A valid surface is detected indicating tape cartridge presence. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
53. What is the main purpose of a library audit?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To help determine the number of cartridges the customer has stored in the
Base Module.
To make sure the customer is charged correctly for their service contract.
To ensure the Dynamic World Wide Names are properly assigned
(including the elevator, the PTP and the CAP).
To create a cartridge database and to ensure the integrity of the cartridge
database by checking each accessible cell location (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
54. In the HLI-PRC numbering system for tape drives, the only numbers that are
significant are those pertaining to the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Panel and Column
Panel and Drive (*)
LSM and Row
Drive and Column
LSM and Drive
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
55. Which of these statement is true for SL3000 license keys?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points

Generated at the time of the sales order, based on the serial number of
the base and must be installed by a service technician
Generated at the time of sale, based on the library serial number, and can
be installed by the customer (*)
Generated at any time, based on the library serial number and must be
installed by a service technician
Generated at the time of installation and based on the serial number of the
Base
56
.
The
SL3000
has
both
positive
and
negativ
e
numberi
ng for
slot and
drive
columns
. Where
is the
center
line or
referenc
e point
and
what is
the
highest
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
column
number
possible
?
On the left edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -18 and +18
in the AEM.
On the right edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -1 and +1 in
the PEM.
On the left edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -31 and +31
in the AEM. (*)
On the left edge of the
PEM module. The highest
column number possible
is -18 and +18 in the
AEM
Incorrect

. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
57. There is always one of these
modules in the library and it is
the only module that can
stand alone. It contains two
DC power supplies, an
Electronics Control Module
and a Drive Array with eight
drives. Two additional arrays
may be ordered for this
module.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
AEM
DEM
PEM
BASE (*)
CEM
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
58. Where do direct power and
control signals for the TallBot
come from and how are these
terminated?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the Base Module and
power terminators are
stored at the beginning
of each rail.
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the ECM which is directly
connected to the TallBot.
Rail terminators are

stored at the beginning


of each rail.
Power and control signals
come from two copper
strips separated by an
insulator. Rail power
terminators are installed
at each end of the power
strips. (*)
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the DEM and power
terminators are stored at
the end of each rail.
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
59. Which card is the backplane
for all other cards in the ECM? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBB
PUM (*)
PUN
HBCR
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
60. There can only be one of
these in a library system and
it must be placed to the left of
the Base. It is similar in
structure to the Base Module
but its primary function is to
add more drive bays. It
contains 153 to 521 additional
physical slots, and an optional
CAP.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points

AEM
DEM (*)
CEM
BASE
PEM
When the
drive is
loading
functional
code
during an
Mark for Review
(1) Points
IPL
sequence,
what
Status LED
indication
would you
expect to
see?
Fast flashing red
Slow flashing amber (*)
Alternating red and green
Slow flashing green
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
102. In the Virtual Operator Panel, an indicator color of magenta has what
meaning? Mark for Review
(1) Points
A transition from one drive state to another (*)
The initial program load (IPL) drive process has begun
A new firmware file has been loaded into RAM
The drive contains an uncollected dump file
Correct
103. What software application contains a menu option to display the
meaning of a drive Fault Symptom Code? Mark for Review
(1) Points
NMS Console
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
104. What application provides an operator panel simulation that you use
to format a cartridge tape as a dump tape? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Virtual Operator Panel
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin) (*)
NMS Console
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
105. What software application contains a menu option to set the drive to
the shipping position? Mark for Review

(1) Points
Tape Analysis Program
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
NMS Console
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
106. In the
Virtual
Operator
Panel,
what
main
menu
contains
the
option
"Code
Load
from
Tape"?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive Operations
Configure (*)
File
Retrieve
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek(TM) T10000 Tape Drive
Operation, Installation, and Service
course for more information.
107. What application includes the Configure main menu?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
NMS Console
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)

61. The MIR or


media
information
region is a
directory, that is
written to the
back of the tape
as a result of an
unload
command.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology

for more
information
.
62. Which of the
following should
you first try
when
troubleshooting
read errors?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Transfer the
data onto a
new tape
Send the
tape to
Oracle to
have it
tested
Read the
tape in
another
drive (*)
Shut down
the drive so
that
customer
cannot use
it
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
63. If the tape
cartridge RFID is
unreadable by
the T10k tape
drive, the drive
will still mount
the tape and
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
emulate a 9940
tape drive.

True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
64. Which statistical
information is
NOT included in
the Media
Information
Region (MIR)?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
End of Data
block
number and
position
Last 5
mounts
statistics
Total
number of
months
(used to
determine
expiration)
The last
mounted
tape drives
physical
address (*)
Total bytes
read and
written to
the
cartridge
and number
of files on
tape
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek

Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
65. Which three
elements are
kept in the RFID
chip on the T10K
tape Cartridge?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
State of the
MIR, cell
location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from, and IP
address of
the drive
the tape is
inserted
into
Type of tape
(data, dump,
code, or
cleaning),
location of
the MIR and
end of data
on tape, and
manufacturi
ng
information
(*)
The IP
address of
the drive
that is tape
is inserted
into, type of
tape (data,
dump, code,
or cleaning),
and the cell
location
that the
tape
cartridge

was taken
from
Type of tape
(data,
dump, code,
or cleaning),
cell location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from, and
state of MIR
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.

66. What will be


the indication
when the
drive is
performing an
Initial
Program Load
(IPL) or
initialization?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The LED will have a fast amber flash until the load is
complete The LED will have a solid red light until the load is complete
The LED will flash green until the load is complete
The LED will flash red slowly for about two minutes (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
67. When reviewing IBM console and application logs looking for drive
sense data, which two IBM drives does the 9840D emulate? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
9940A
3690
3490 (*)
3590 (*)
3360
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
Fibre Channel Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
68. If you were to connect a MAGMA box directly to a tape drive using

a fiber cable, you establish what type of connection ? Mark for


Review
(1) Points
Point-to-point (*)
Private loop
Fabric
Public loop
Correct
69. When a tape drive in a fabric network is powered on, what is the
next step in the sequence required for it to be able to operate as
part of the network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Port Login (PLOGI)
Fabric Login (FLOGI) (*)
Process Login (PRLI)
Fabric registration
Correct
70. In a Fibre Channel network, a Node can best be described as
which of the following ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
A disk
A library
A device that can send and receive transmissions in a Fibre
Channel network (*) An optical connection
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
71. Fibreoptic
cables
transmit
what
type of
signals ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Power
Optical (*)
Electrical
Analogue
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
72. In a fabric topology, what is the purpose of the Switch Simple
Nameserver ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It calculates World Wide Node Names
It connects to a public loop
It maintains a database of ports on the fabric
It maps each of the devices WWN to an address assigned by the
switch. (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
73. In a fabric topology, tape drives use how many bits for addressing ?

Mark for
Review
(1) Points
8
16
24 (*)
36
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
74. What is a possible source of light in a Fibre Channel network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Electrical impulse
Laser (*)
Fluorescent light
Glass fiber
Correct
75. A World Wide Port Name is assigned to what ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The ESCON Director
All Nodes
Each port of an HBA and each port of a tape drive (*)
The hub
76. In a fabric
topology,
which
device
should
you
power up
first ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The switch (*)
The tape drive
The host
The disk
Correct
Ethernet Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
77. What is the CRC field in an Ethernet frame used for ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It is a post-amble
It adds a byte-count to the frame
It pads the frame to the correct byte length
It prevents errors from being transmitted by doing redundancy
check (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Ethernet Fundamentals for TSeries
Tape Drives course for more
information.
78. What is the minimum length of an Ethernet Frame ?
Mark for
Review

(1) Points
16 bytes
32 bytes
8 bytes
64 bytes (*)
128 bytes
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Ethernet Fundamentals for TSeries
Tape Drives course for more
information.
79. What type of physical connector is used for Ethernet cables ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RS-422
D Style
RJ45 (*)
N_Port
Correct
80. What can be used to verify that the Ethernet network is functional ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
VOP Drive Operations (*)
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
Library Operator Panel
Cartridge will load and unload
81. What is
needed to
run the
diagnostics
from the
VOP ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
A Fibre Channel network connection
A laptop with the service VOP installed (*)
A site server with STDS installed
A remote connection
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Ethernet
Fundamentals for T-Series Tape Drives
course for more information.
82. Why does Oracle recommend connecting the drives Ethernet port to
a dedicated service network? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Private networks have less traffic contention (*)
To minimize security risk
To increase switch sales
To simplify network administration
Correct
83. What information does the Get ID command issued by STDS expect
in return ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The remote server name
The tape library ID
The tape drive identification information such as drive type and
firmware level (*) The network classification
Incorrect. Please refer to the

StorageTek StorageTek Ethernet


Fundamentals for T-Series Tape Drives
course for more information.
Tape Automation Troubleshooting and Repair
(Answer all questions in this section)
84. Which version of the Oracle System Handbook does not provide
support related information? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Public (*)
Partner
Internal
Support related information is available in all versions
Correct
85. A Customer with six 9840D Tape Drives is seeing this IEA486E
console message with a refcode of 38D3 informing them that the
cartridge may not be performing up to its full potential. Using your
available resources determine which two of the following remedies
will fix this condition.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
This situation can be repaired by the host by locating to the
EOD block on the tape (*) Send the tape back to the manufacture for warranty
replacement Clean the tape drive
Replace the tape drive
This situation can be repaired by loading this tape in an offline
drive and running the offline MIR Rebuild utility (*)
8
6.
Using this Oracle System Handbook link https://support.us.oracle.com/handbook_internal/S
ystems/T10000C/components.html. What is true
about the part number 315464501?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
It is a FRU fr a 4Gb T10000C Tape
Drive
It is a CRU for a T10000D Tape
Drive
It is a FRU for a 4GB Short Wave
SFP Tranceiver (*)
It is a CRU fr a 4GB Long Wave SFP
Transceiver
It is a FRU for an 8GB Long Wave
SFP Tranceiver
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
87. A customer is having problems with their
9840C drives taking 37F4 errors. Using
your available resources determine what
is the first question to ask?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points

What type of drive wrote the tapes


that are failing? (*)
When were the tape drives last
cleaned?
Are there any 9840D drives in the
library?
Do any tapes fail that are written
by 9840C drives?
Correct
88. When interpreting a Fault Symptom
Code for a customer, it is a good
practice to always share the Engineering
text with them. True or False?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
89. Which section of the tape support web
site
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com)cont
ains a list of the available tape library
and drive tools?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
Troubleshooting
Code and Drivers
FABs and Tech Tips
Drive FSC Lookup Tool
Tape Product Tools Reference (*)
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
90. You need to find instructions on how to
diagnose a cleaning tape issue on an
StorageTek 9940B tape drive. Which
technical instruction should you
reference? Refer to:
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Produ
cts/Drives/9940/9940b.php and
https://support.oracle.com
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
1014242.10
1013666.10
1013660.10
1015810.10 (*)
1015284.10
1. The same HBB
circuit card can

be programmed
and cabled to
perform several
functions in the
SL8500. Which
list of functions is
the most correct?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HandBot
operations,
control of
the CAP,
monitoring
the front
door
switches
Service
Safety Door
operation,
PTP,
monitoring
Emergency
Robot Stop
switches
PTP,
HandBot
operations,
& elevator
control (*)
Turntable
control, CAP
operations,
monitoring
the smoke
detector
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
2. The base SL8500
consists of what
library modules?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive and
Electronics,
Robotics
Interface,
and
Customer
Interface
(*)
Drive and
Electronics,

Cartridge
Interface,
and
Customer
Interface
Drive and
Electronics,
Cartridge
Interface,
GUI
Interface
Drive and
Electronics,
Robotics
Interface,
GUI
Interface
Correct
3. How are LSMs
numbered? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Top down
1-4. LSM
number 1
(rail 1) is on
top.
9840B
Top down
0-3. LSM
number 0
(rail 1) is on
top. (*)
Bottom up
0-3. LSM
number 0
(rail 1) is on
bottom.
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
4. When drives are
added or
replaced,
Automatic
Detection of
drives stores all
but which of the
following in the
library?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Library
hardware
numbers

Firmware
and System
locations
CAP
assignment
(*)
Dynamic
World Wide
Names
Correct
5. What does a
blinking green
LED on the
SL8500 drive tray
rear panel
indicate?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Power is
applied to
the tray, but
the tray
power
supply card
is not
activated.
(*)
Power is
applied to
the tray,
and the
drive/library
is active.
Power is
applied to
the tray, but
the drive
failed to
complete
IPL.
Power is
applied to
the tray,
and the
drive IPL is
in progress.
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
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6. The location and
selection of the
power supplies for

Sum

the Robotics
depends on which
of the following?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Number of tape
drives installed
Number of libraries in
the complex
Number of bar code
scanners
Number of HandBots
installed (*)
Corr
ect
7. The pass-thru port (PTP)
mechanism has the ability
to pass how many
cartridges at one time?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
3
1
2 (*)
4
Inco
rrect
.
Plea
se
refer
to
the
appr
opri
ate
SL85
00
Mod
ular
Libra
ry
train
ing
for
mor
e
infor
mati
on.
8. Which tool in the SLC
would you select to find
the definition of an Result
Code?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
System Detail
Monitors

Utilities/ Diagnostics
(*)
Reports
Corr
ect
9. True or False? The SL8500
library always reports to
ACSLS that it has two
CAPS, even if only one
physical CAP is present.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Inco
rrect
.
Plea
se
refer
to
the
appr
opri
ate
SL85
00
Mod
ular
Libra
ry
train
ing
for
mor
e
infor
mati
on.
10. Where can you find the
SLC application for
download?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The System
Assurance Center
(SAC)
The Tape Support
Website
My Oracle Support
(*)
The Beehive
Workspace
11. Assume you are
ordering a 2N PDU
for 18 tape drives
and 4 robots in the
library, how many
TOTAL power

supplies will you


need?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
12 (*)
6
10
8
Correct
12. Which three statements about
PTPs are correct? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Power for the PTPs comes
from inside the assembly
The PTP feature requires at
least one Accessory Rack and
for two for redundancy (*)
Pass-thru ports (PTPs) are
electro-mechanical devices
that pass one or two
cartridges to another LSM in
the same complex (*)
PTP configuration can be
either: 6 assemblies, one per
rail or 2 assemblies 1 per rail
An Inter-Library
Communications kit (ILC) is
needed to implementPTPs
and each ILC kit supports up
to five libraries that connect
to form a comple (*)
Correct
13. Which two statements about
SL8500 DC Power Distribution are
correct?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Load sharing for the DC
Power Grids is optional
Load sharing allows the
output voltage of one supply
to be monitored and adjusted
by other supplies on the bus
(*)
The DC power grids use loadsharing
power supplies (*)
No power supply on the grid
is overloaded whether or not
the load sharing feature is
enabled
Correct
14. How many power options (PDUs)
are available for SL8500
operation?
Mark for
Review

(1) Points
2
5
4 (*)
3
Correct
15. This PWA is installed in every
drive tray assembly. It is
considered to be the library/drive
interface card.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBD (*)
HBC
HBV
HBJ
16. How many
additional
customer
cells are
added with
each Storage
Expansion
Module?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
3184
1456
4912
1728 (*)
Correct
17. Assume that a HandBot was moved into the
maintenance area by another HandBot because the
Z- mechanism is faulty. Which of the following
would you do?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
Replace the entire HandBot as a FRU and
place the HandBot back into service (*)
Replace the Z-motor mechanism to restore
vertical motion and place the HandBot back
into service
Replace the Proximity Sensor so it cant be
pushed into the maintenance area by another
HandBot
Replace the HBB card and place the HandBot
back into service
Incorrect. Please
refer to the
appropriate SL8500
Modular Library
training for more
information.
18. Using the SLC, what two items in the Permanent
Reports list contain information that can NOT be
found elsewhere within the SLC menu pages?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points

Event Log and Cartridge Summary (*)


Library Details and Event Log
Software Versions and Drive Details
Software Versions and Cartridge Summary
Correct
19. With 2N power, how many power supplies are
needed to support 30 tape drives and 8 robots? Mark
for Review
(1) Points
14
10
8
12 (*)
Correct
20. Which module is last in the library and contains the
Electronics Control Module and Power components? Mark
for Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM (*)
CIM
SEM
Correct
21. What happens if
a tape Cartridge
Is DEGAUSSED
(fully erased)?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Nothing
It takes too long and is not necessary.
It voids the manufacturers warranty.
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks are erased
rendering the media unusable. (*)
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks become a data
security risk and the media will be unusable
Correct
22. Which of the following drive tray components is common to
all SL8500 drive trays?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
Tape Transport Interface harness
HBD card (*)
Rear panel to drive interface cable jumper
Power supply card
Correct
23. If four tape drives in a horizontal row experience power
problems, what single point of failure would you suspect?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
A faulty HBS module
A faulty connection between the HBO and HBF
modules (*)
A faulty DC power supply
A faulty HBT card

Correct
24. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed
to support 10 tape drives and 4 robots?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
10
6 (*)
4
8
Correct
25. How are Rails numbered?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
Top down 1-4. Rail number 1 is on top. (*)
Bottom up 4-1. Rail number 4 is on bottom.
Top down 0-3. Rail number 0 is on top.
Bottom up 0-3. Rail number 0 is on bottom
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
26. Cartridge slot
designations within
the SL8500 are
identified by a fivedigit
numbering
system. Which is the
correct order for
these numbers?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
LSM, rail, side, column, row
Library, side, rail, column, slot
Library, column, rail, side, row
Library, rail, column, side, row (*)
Correct
27. How many power grids are contained within the SL8500?
Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
4
3
5 (*)
2
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
28. Which SLC tool would you select to enable the CAP
pushbutton on the SL8500 key pad? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)

Points
System Detail
Monitors
Utilities/ Diagnostics (*)
Reports
Correct
29. If either of the Emergency Robot Stop switches is pressed,
power is removed from which of the following? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
All DC power supplies
Front power bus and all DC power supplies
Front power bus and Rails (*)
Rails and all DC power supplies
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
30. When is a cartridge marked as unusable, invalid media type
and automatically ejected into the CAP? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
When an upside down LTO cartridge is detected (*)
When a HandBot is placed back into service
When an upright LTO cartridge is detected
When it detects an upside down 9x40 or T10Kx
cartridge
Correct
31. Why might the
addresses and
locations of the
HandBots be
useful?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
This is helpful information when looking at SLC screens
and/or troubleshooting (*)
It is helpful to be able to physically move the HandBot
It helps locate the PTPs and Elevators in a complex
This is helpful when troubleshooting the CAP, PTPs or
Elevators
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
32. Which of the following tape drive protocols are supported in the
SL8500? Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Fibre Channel, SCSI and ESCON
Fibre Channel, FICON and ESCON (*)
Fibre Channel and FICON
Fibre Channel, SCSI, FICON and ESCON
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
33. True or False? Updating the library code from one version to

another can be accomplished without disrupting the operation of


the library.
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Correct
34. The dynamic worldwide naming convention assigns names to
the: Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Tape drives
Drive slots (*)
Drive trays
Tape drive arrays
Correct
35. Which is the correct list of tape drives currently supported by the
SL8500? Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum
SDLT (SDLT320)
T9x40, T10000 all generations, LTO all generations,
Quantum Super DLT (SDLT600) (*)
T9840, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000, Quantum Super DLT
(SDLT7000)
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum
DLT (DLT8000)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
36. Which of the
following
statements is
FALSE?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The remote SLC must be used for partitioning setup.
Storage cells and drives not allocated to any partition can be
accessed by any host (*)
Host partition connections can use either SCSI or HLI
Storage cells and tape drives allocated to a partition can be
used only by the host(s) assigned to that partition.
For SCSI host connections, the entire CAP can be allocated for
exclusive use by the partition or they can be left unallocated for
common use by all SCSI partitions
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL3000 Modular Library
training for more information.
37. This module can be attached to either side of the Base but when
more cartridge cells are available, it is placed on the right side of the
Base. Its primary function is to increase the number of cartridges. It
can also be converted to a PEM simply by changing the module ID
label.
Mark
for
Review

(1) Points
CEM (*)
AEM
DEM
SEM
Correct
38. To support the dual Tallbot feature, an SL3000 must have this
minimum power. Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
240V, 2N (*)
120V, 2N
240V, 2N+1
240V, N+1
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL3000 Modular Library
training for more information.
39. Which card is the backplane for all other cards in the ECM?
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
PUM (*)
HBCR
HBB
PUN
Correct
40. Assume the customer ordered a dual TallBot configuration and
wants non-disruptive replacement of the faulty TallBot. Which of the
following should they do?
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Use the AEM as a parking garage so faulty TallBot replacements
are non-disruptive. (*)
Use the DEM as a parking garage so faulty TallBot
replacements are non-disruptive.
Convert a DEM to a PEM by changing the module ID at the
host.
Convert two CEMs to PEMs by changing the module ID labels
shipped with the dual TallBot feature of the CEMs.
Correct
41. Which card is
the library
controller?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HBCR (*)
PUN
HBB
PUK
Correct
42. The Drive Expansion Module can house how many tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
56
24
48

16
32 (*)
Correct
43. Which of the following is NOT a licensed feature of the SL3000?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Partitioning
Dual ports
Service
Dual TallBots
Native fibre channel (*)
Correct
44. In the HLI-PRC numbering system for tape drives, the only numbers
that are significant are those pertaining to the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Drive and Column
Panel and Column
LSM and Row
LSM and Drive
Panel and Drive (*)
Correct
45. What is the advantage of a 2N versus an N + 1 Power Configuration?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It provides AC and DC Power redundancy. (*)
There is no advantage it is simply a customer preference.
It provides extra power to the DEM and is therefore more
efficient
It provides extra power to the rails and is therefore more
efficient.
Correct
46. Instructions
for installing
the Base
module are
provided in the
SL3000
Installation
Manual, but
installation
instructions for
the additional
modules
(DEM, CEM,
and AEM)
come from
where?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Individual conversion bills. (*)
The Oracle SPLAT WebSite
The Tape Support Web Site
My Oracle Support
The Customer Portal
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate
SL3000 Modular Library training for more
information.
47. The Base module ships with the following components installed:

Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CAP
PDUs
DC power supplies (for a single TallBot and eight tape drives) (*)
Choices 1 & 3
Choices 1, 2, and 3
Correct
48. There can only be one of these in a library system and it must be
placed to the left of the Base. It is similar in structure to the Base
Module but its primary function is to add more drive bays. It contains
153 to 521 additional physical slots, and an optional CAP.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
BASE
CEM
AEM
PEM
DEM (*)
Correct
49. How is the Reach Safe Sensor used in the TallBot?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To ensure the TallBot doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot.
To determine a safe clearance exists between the hand and the
cartridge walls. (*)
To ensure the rail doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot
To sense whether or not a cartridge is present in the CAP.
Correct
50. If the TallBot hand gripper does not fully release a cartridge when it is
placed in a slot, what prevents the cartridge from being pulled back
out?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
There are no features that can prevent this occurrence
cartridges always get pulled out if this happens.
Cartridge retention features know if the grippers wont release
and dont allow the TallBot to enter cartridges into the slot.
Cartridge retention features that have small speed bumps that
help prevent a cartridge from being pulled out. (*)
Proximity Sensors prevent cartridges from being pulled out.
Correct
56. The Select Active
Cells tool is used
in which instance?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
If the entire
library is
licensed.
If the library
has not been
partitioned
If the library

is being
partitioned
(*)
This tool is
always
required
Incorrect.
Please
refer to the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information
.
57. Which of the
following correctly
describes the
function of the
Module ID block in
each module?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It consists of
four bar code
labels used to
identify the
module
configuration
and is located
in the same
area in all
modules. (*)
he Module ID
block is only
located in the
Base Module
of the library
and has 1to 4
cartridges.
It is nonessential
but
can
sometimes be
useful.
It contains all
logical
addresses in
a library.
Correct
58. Where is the
documentation for
Power Distribution
and Cooling
requirements
found?
Mark for
Review

(1) Points
The Tape
Support Web
Site (*)
The System
Assurance
Center
The
Customer
Portal
My Oracle
Support
Correct
59. What does a
Cartridge Presence
sensor do?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It terminates
the power
and control
signal to the
TallBot is a
Cartridge is
present.
It tells the
ECM to
supply power
to the rail for
the TallBot.
It determines
whether or
not the reach
is safe to get
or put the
cartridge in a
cell.
It lets the
hand
assembly
know that a
cartridge is
present inside
the hand
assembly. (*)
Correct
60. Which module is
home for the
TallBot and how
do they operate?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The TallBot
does NOT
belong to any
one module.
One or two
TallBot(s)
travel back

and forth, up
and down,
and from side
to side to
access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s). (*)
The DEM is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
The CEM is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
The Base is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
Incorrect.
Please
refer to the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for

more
information
.
. Which of the
following are
hotswappable
components
for the
SL150?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
LTO Drives and Power Supplies (*)
Expansion Unit and Magazines
LTO Drives and Operator Panel
LTO Drives and Magazines
Correct!
2. Which of these is the primary management interface of the SL150?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Remote GUI (*)
Mailslot
Front Control Panel
LCD touch screen operator panel
Correct!
3. Basic library initialization performed from the touch screen of the
SL150 front control panel involves the following tasks: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Configuring the library network interface (*)
Changing the default administrator password (*)
Setting the date and time for the library (*)
Creating a partition
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
4. Which of these statement about encryption in the SL150 is correct?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The SL150 supports encryption with OKM 2.5 and 3 (*)
OKM encryption with the SL150 became available with the LTO6
The SL150 supports encryption with OKM 3 only
The SL150 does not currently support encryption
Correct!
5. What features does the new library GUI in the Remote Browser
Interface include in the SL150? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Manage settings (*)
Perform library operations (*)
Organize magazines
Monitor library health (*)
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
6. The initial
SL150
touch
screen
default

password
is:
Mark for Review
(1) Points
null
password
changeme
passw0rd (*)
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
7. The SL150 supports the following drives:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
LTO4 and LTO5
T10KD
LTO5 and LTO6 (*)
LTO4, LTO5 and LTO6
Correct!
8. Which of these elements cannot be proactively monitored with the
SL150 Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CRU replacement indication
Location, module, generation, and SCSI address of cartridges
Status of server system (*)
Location and health properties of drives
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
9. The main approaches to monitoring the health and operations of the
StorageTek SL150 Modular Tape Library System are: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Reviewing SL150healthstatus.log
Monitoring the Library from the User Interface (*)
Using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) (*)
All of the above
Reading the event log
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
10. To increase customer ease of use, all but which of the following are
Customer Replaceable Units of the SL150? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
LTO Tape Drives
Robot Module
Backplane Card (*)
Power Supplies
Operator Panel
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
11. The HP
Library
and
Tape
Tool
(LTT)
diag
tool will
allow

you to:
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Retrieve Support Dumps from a tape drive
Upgrade the firmware on a tape drive
Run diagnostics/health checks on a tape drive
All of the above (*)
Correct!
12. Which of the following StorageTek tape libraries are currently customer
installable? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
SL150, SL500, SL3000
SL150, SL3000
no StorageTek library is customer installable
SL150 only (*)
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review the
course content and try again.
13. The SL150 library can be divided into a maximum of how many
partitions with each having at least one tape drive and one magazine? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
4
12
8 (*)
2
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review the
course content and try again.
14. The base model of the SL-150 features how many USB ports?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
nine (*)
six
seven
eight
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review the
course content and try again.
15. Which of these statements about SL150 licensing is true?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The SL150 license is generated at time of installataion
The SL150 license is generated at time of order
The SL150 does not have a license (*)
The SL150 licenses are downloaded from the edelivery site
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review the
course content and try again.
6. Which
Oracle
media type
uses a
single hub
design with
media
wound
around a
Mark for Review
(1) Points
take-up
reel and

positioned
in front of
the readwrite
head?
9840, 9940, T10000
9940, LTO, T10000 (*)
All Oracle media uses this design
9840, 9940, LTO
Correct
17. Which of the following should you first try when troubleshooting read
errors? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Shut down the drive so that customer cannot use it
Transfer the data onto a new tape
Send the tape to Oracle to have it tested
Read the tape in another drive (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to Oracle
StorageTek Tape Drive Technology for
more information.
18. The MIR or media information region is a directory, that is written to
the back of the tape as a result of an unload command. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
1
0 (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to Oracle
StorageTek Tape Drive Technology for
more information.
Fibre Channel Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
19. A World Wide Port Name is assigned to what ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Each port of an HBA and each port of a tape drive (*)
The hub
All Nodes
The ESCON Director
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre Channel
Fundamentals for Tape Drives course
for more information.
20. Fibre-optic cables transmit what type of signals ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Analogue
Electrical
Power
Optical (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre Channel
Fundamentals for Tape Drives course
for more information.
21. Architectural
layer FC-0
describes
which of the
following ?
Mark for Review

(1) Points
The upper level mapping
The hardware (*)
The protocol
The flow control
Correct
22. In a fabric topology, tape drives use how many bits for addressing
? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
16
24 (*)
36
8
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
23. A unique World Wide Node Name has how many bits ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
128
32
8
16
64 (*)
Correct
24. A fabric topology includes which of the following ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Only hubs
Point-to-point connections
Ethernet cables
Switches and / or directors (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
25. When a tape drive in a fabric network is powered on, what is the
next step in the sequence required for it to be able to operate as
part of the network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Process Login (PRLI)
Fabric Login (FLOGI) (*)
Port Login (PLOGI)
Fabric registration
Correct
26. If a tape
drive
experiences
a problem
during a
read
operation it
will do which
of the
following

first ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Read to the end of the tape
Execute the next command
Report the problem to the host by sending sense data (*)
Eject the cartridge
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
27. What is a possible source of light in a Fibre Channel network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Glass fiber
Electrical impulse
Fluorescent light
Laser (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
Ethernet Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
28. What is the CRC field in an Ethernet frame used for ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It adds a byte-count to the frame
It prevents errors from being transmitted by doing
redundancy check (*)
It is a post-amble
It pads the frame to the correct byte length
Correct
29. What type of traffic goes across the Ethernet interface ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Library commands
TCP/IP Telnet and FTP commands (*)
Data
SCSI commands
Correct
30. What information does the Get ID command issued by STDS
expect in return ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The remote server name
The tape library ID
The tape drive identification information such as drive type
and firmware level (*)
The network classification
Correct
31
.
Is the Oracle Sytem Handbook accessible
from this URL:
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Product
s/Libraries/sl150.php?
Mark for

Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Correct
32. You have an SL150 that took a 9006 fault
code. Based on the FSC code listing at
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Products/F
SC/Data/150_fault.php, what three actions
could you take?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Reseat power supply, reseat controller,
replace motherboard
Check ambient temperature, check the
power supply fan, replace power supply
(*)
Check power supply fan for obstruction,
reseat drive, reseat motherboard
Reinsert power supply, reseat controller,
replace motherboard
Incorrect. Please refer to
the Tape Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
33. When interpreting a Fault Symptom Code for
a customer, it is a good practice to always
share the Engineering text with them. True or
False?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to
the Tape Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
34. Which section of the tape support web site
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com)contains a
list of the available tape library and drive
tools?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Drive FSC Lookup Tool
Code and Drivers
Tape Product Tools Reference (*)
FABs and Tech Tips
Troubleshooting
Correct
35. Which version of the Oracle System Handbook
does not provide support related information? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Public (*)
Support related information is available
in all versions

Internal
Partner
Incorrect. Please refer to
the Tape Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
36. During
installation
of the
Robotics
Unit, make
sure the
shipping
straps are
removed;
failure to
remove
them will
result in
what kind
of failure?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Audit
Drive Communication
Initialization (*)
Mount
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
37. The library base unit contains one or two tape drives. Drive
expansion modules, which can hold one to four tape drives, can be
added to the rack to increase the number of total tape drives. What
is the maximum number of tape drives in a rack?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
18 (*)
10
20
16
24
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
38. In a library with LTO Cartridge Slots, the base unit has up to how
many cartridge slots, assuming the upgrade conversion bill has been
installed, one or two tape drives, and a 5-slot cartridge access port
(CAP).
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
30
42
50 (*)
40
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
39. What is required to activate the library?

Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The firmware installation
Nothing, it ships fully activated
A card key
A One-Time Activation Password (*)
Correct
40. How does the library start an Initialization Sequence?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Initialization only occurs when the front door is opened and
closed
Initialization requires a technical support Initialization Password
purchased by the customer
Initialization occurs when the library is powered-on or when the
front door is opened and closed (*)
Initialization occurs when the robot is fully seated
Initialization occurs when the library is directed by the user
using the backup software interfacing with the library
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
41. What is
the
maximum
number
of
cartridges
that can
be held in
the base
module,
assuming
the
presence
of an
expansion
module
installed
beneath
it?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
50
40
60 (*)
72
Correct
42. True or False: The expansion module installation differs greatly since
the cartridge expansion module installation requires special tools. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500 Service
and Support ourse for more information.

1.The
location
and
selection
of the
power
supplies
for the
Robotics
depends
on which
of the
following
?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Number of tape drives installed
Number of libraries in the complex
Number of bar code scanners
Number of HandBots installed (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
2. Which SLC tool would you select to enable the CAP pushbutton on the SL8500
key pad? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Utilities/ Diagnostics (*)
System Detail
Reports
Monitors
Correct
3. How do libraries grow?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Toward the front and to the right.
From right to left as referenced from the front. (*)
It depends on the library complex location.
Any way the data center manager wishes.
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
4. Which module is last in the library and contains the Electronics Control Module
and Power components? Mark for
Review
(1) Points

RIM
DEM (*)
CIM
SEM
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
5. Which of the following is NOT a characteristics of the web-cam?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Attaches to a 10/100Base-T Ethernet connection
Provides remote video but no audio (*)
Includes two cameras (one on each side of the library)
Installs above the two front access doors
Uses motorized functions
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
6.How
many
additiona
l
customer
cells are
added
with each
Storage
Expansio
n
Module?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
4912
3184
1728 (*)
1456
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
7. Non-labeled cartridges will NOT be supported in SL8500 libraries. If a
cartridge is found without a label, it will be: Mark for
Review

(1) Points
Marked as a scratch tape
Reported by the console
Left alone and flagged
Exported (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
8. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed to support 10 tape
drives and 4 robots? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
6 (*)
8
4
10
Correct
9. Using the SLC, what two items in the Permanent Reports list contain
information that can NOT be found elsewhere within the SLC menu pages? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Software Versions and Cartridge Summary
Event Log and Cartridge Summary (*)
Library Details and Event Log
Software Versions and Drive Details
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
10. How many power options (PDUs) are available for SL8500 operation?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
5
3
4 (*)
2
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
11.With
2N
power
, how

many
power
suppli
es are
neede
d to
suppo
rt 30
tape
drives
and 8
robots
?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
10
8
12 (*)
14
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
12. Which of the following is the tape drive controller card?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBO
HBT (*)
HBD
HBC
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
13. In the SL8500 library, fault symptom codes (FSCs) have been replaced by:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Result codes (*)
Component faults
Parts identifiers
Event monitors
Correct
14. True or False? The SL8500 library always reports to ACSLS that it has two
CAPS, even if only one physical CAP is present. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Correct

15. Which statement about the SL8500's Cartridge Access Port (CAP) is NOT true?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It contains three magazines, each with 13 cells and up to 39 cartridges can
be entered or ejected at a time
They are installed on the left access door and are rotated manually (*)
Magazines can be removed from the CAP to enter cartridges in a batch
mode
They are installed on the right access door and rotation is accomplished
using a motor
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library training
for more
informatio
16
.
What
function do
the elevators
serve in the
SL8500?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To pass
cartridge
s from
library to
library
horizont
ally
Module
identifica
tion
For
entering
and
ejecting
cartridg
es from
the
library
The
elevator
s move
cartridg
es
entered
via CAP
to rail 1
and,
pass
cartridg
es from
rail/LSM

to
rail/LSM
(*)
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
17
.
When drives
are added or
replaced,
Automatic
Detection of
drives stores
all but which
of the
following in
the library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Library
hardwar
e
number
s
Firmwar
e and
System
location
s
CAP
assignm
ent (*)
Dynami
c World
Wide
Names
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.

18
.
If the library
attempts to
insert an
upside down
cartridge
into an LTO
drive it
meets with
obstruction
resulting in
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
the failure of
the
'putCartridge
' process.
What
happens
next?
The
library
returns
the
cartridg
e to its
source
slot,
and
sends a
load
error
messag
e to the
host.
(*)
The
library
does
nothing
The
library
returns
the
cartridg
e to the
CAP
The
library
places
the
cartridg
e into a
system
cell for
later
removal
by the
operator

.
Correct
19
.
When
diagnosing a
library fault,
the best tool
at this time
is:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Service
Delivery
Platfor
m
(SDP)
Streamli
ne
Library
Console
(SLC)
(*)
A PC
with a
connecti
on to
the CLI
port
SCSI/Fib
re
toolbox
Incorrec
t. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
20
.
If either of
the
Emergency
Robot Stop
switches is
pressed,
power is
removed
from which
of the
following?
Mark for
Review

(1) Points
Rails
(*)
AC
power
that
supplies
the
source
for the
DC
supplies
.
Only DC
power
supplies
All
drives
in the
library
Correct
21.One DC power
supply provides
power for how
many drives and
HandBots,
respectively?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
8 drives and 2 HandBots (*)
4 drives and 2 HandBots
2 drives and 2 HandBots
8 drives and 1 HandBot
Correct
22. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed to
support 30 tape drives and 8 robots? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
8
6
12
10 (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
23. Which three statements about PTPs are correct?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Power for the PTPs comes from inside the assembly
The PTP feature requires at least one Accessory Rack and for
two for redundancy (*)
Pass-thru ports (PTPs) are electro-mechanical devices that

pass one or two cartridges to another LSM in the same


complex (*)
PTP configuration can be either: 6 assemblies, one per rail or
2 assemblies 1 per rail
An Inter-Library Communications kit (ILC) is needed to
implementPTPs and each ILC kit supports up to five libraries
that connect to form a comple (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
24. This circuit card contains the configuration, firmware versions,
library features, and one-time passwords. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBT
HBK (*)
HBC
HBX
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
25. If four tape drives in a horizontal row experience power problems,
what single point of failure would you suspect? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
A faulty HBS module
A faulty HBT card
A faulty connection between the HBO and HBF modules (*)
A faulty DC power supply
26.Where can
you find the
SLC
application
for
download?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The System Assurance Center (SAC)
The Tape Support Website
My Oracle Support (*)
The Beehive Workspace
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular

Library
training for
more
information.
27. The key for the mechanical release of the SSD should be kept where?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
With the person who unlocks and locks the front door of the library
(*)
With the operator(s)
It should be left in the door for safety reasons
It should be kept inside the library on an empty cartridge cell
Correct
28. Which statement most accurately describes the robotic redundancy in
the SL8500? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
If a motor in the robot fails, another robot on the same rail pushes
it into the service area (*)
If a motor fails in the robot, the robot uses a second motor and
continues operation. If both motor fails, a different robot replaces
the motor and the robot continues operating
If a motor fails in a robot, a robot from a different rail pushes the
failed robot into the service area
If a motor fails in the robot, the robot's second motor powers
pushes it into the service area. If both motor fails, the other robot
on the same rail pushes the robot into the service area
Correct
29. Assume you are ordering a 2N PDU for 18 tape drives and 4 robots in
the library, how many TOTAL power supplies will you need? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
10
8
6
12 (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
30. Which of these has the following characteristics? It is the first module in
the library; there is only one per library; it contains 648 data cartridge
slots, 198 slots for diagnostic and cleaning cartridges, and 24 end slots.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM
CIM (*)
SEM
31
.
True or False?
Updating the library

code from one


version to another
can be accomplished
without disrupting
the operation of the
library.
Mark for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
32. Which of the following is used to connect libraries together to
form a complex and pass cartridges horizontally from library to
library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HandBots
Elevators
CAPs
Pass thru Ports (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
33. The dynamic worldwide naming convention assigns names to
the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Tape drive arrays
Tape drives
Drive slots (*)
Drive trays
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
34. Which condition will cause a loss of DC power to ALL the
HandBot rails? Mark for
Review

(1) Points
Tripping the circuit breaker on an HBS module
A faulty front door switch (*)
Opening the back door of the library
Varying the library offline
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
35. What happens if a tape Cartridge Is DEGAUSSED (fully erased)?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Nothing
It takes too long and is not necessary.
It voids the manufacturers warranty.
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks are erased rendering
the media unusable. (*)
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks become a data
security risk and the media will be unusable
36
.
In SL3000
addressing,
which is true of
the DEM?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
DEM column numbers are positive because DEMS are always to
the left of the base in the firmware addresses.
DEM column numbers are positive because DEMS are always to
the right of the base in the firmware addresses.
DEM column numbers are negative because DEMS are always to
the left of the base in the firmware addresses. (*)
DEM column numbers are negative because DEMS are always to
the right of the base in the firmware addresses.
38
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
37. The Drive Expansion Module can house how many tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
56
48
16
32 (*)

24
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
38. Which is the correct list of tape drives supported by the SL3000?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
LTO Gen 3, 4, 5; 9840 C & D, 9940C, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, 9940C, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 3, 4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, SDLT600, T10K A, B, C, D
LTO Gen 3,4, 5, 6; 9840 C & D, T10K A, B, C, D (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
39. What happens if the module ID block is incorrect?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Initialization takes too long.
Nothing
The TallBot will become unmanageable.
The library will fail to initialize. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
40. Which card is tied to the library serial number, contains flash memory
that stores the library configuration information, retains a list of
features and module upgrades, and provides library security? It also
contains a database of activation passwords and stores library user
passwords.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUN
PUM
PKZ
PUK (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to

the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
41
.
What
does a
Cartridge
Presence
sensor
do?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
It tells the ECM to supply power to the rail for the TallBot.
It terminates the power and control signal to the TallBot is a Cartridge is
present.
It determines whether or not the reach is safe to get or put the
cartridge in a cell.
It lets the hand assembly know that a cartridge is present inside the
hand assembly. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
42. Which of the following correctly describes the function of the Module ID
block in each module? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
he Module ID block is only located in the Base Module of the library and
has 1to 4 cartridges.
It contains all logical addresses in a library.
It is non-essential but can sometimes be useful.
It consists of four bar code labels used to identify the module
configuration and is located in the same area in all modules. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
43. If you were having a problem with a series of CAPs on either the left or the
right side of the Base, it would be prudent to start by checking the LEDs on
which two circuit cards?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
PUF & PUN
PUM & HBS

PUW & PUZ (*)


PUN & HBC
HBS & PUZ
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
44. When this module is placed to the left of the Base module, the left-most
column in the library is inaccessible to the TallBot but only if it is the last
column in the library and there is nothing to the left of it.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CEM (*)
DEM
PEM
AEM
Correct
45. Which statement describes this configuration: A Base module with eight
drives, no operator panel or window. One DEM with eight drives and no
operator panel, window or CAP. Eight CEMs with cartridge slots only, dual
TallBots with two AEMs.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
This configuration provides the maximum storage capacity. (*)
This configuration provides the minimum storage capacity.
This configuration is not possible with that much storage capacity.
This configuration provides average storage capacity.
46
.
Which card
is the library
controller?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HBCR (*)
PUK
PUN
HBB
Correct
47. How is the Reach Safe Sensor used in the TallBot?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To determine a safe clearance exists between the hand and the
cartridge walls. (*)
To sense whether or not a cartridge is present in the CAP.
To ensure the TallBot doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot.
To ensure the rail doesnt cause electrical shock to service support
personnel when touching the TallBot
Correct
48. Which card controls the tape drives?
Mark for
Review

(1) Points
PUN
HBB
HBT (*)
HBCR
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
49. What is the advantage of a 2N versus an N + 1 Power Configuration?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
There is no advantage it is simply a customer preference.
It provides AC and DC Power redundancy. (*)
It provides extra power to the DEM and is therefore more efficient
It provides extra power to the rails and is therefore more efficient.
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
50. The Base module ships with the following components installed:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CAP
PDUs
DC power supplies (for a single TallBot and eight tape drives) (*)
Choices 1 & 3
Choices 1, 2, and 3
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
51
.
Why
arent
drive
trays
replac
ed if a
tape

drive
is
faulty?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
They are tied to entitlement, only the drives within the tray are replaced.
(*)
Replacing them is too laborious. If a drive has problems, the entire drive
tray is decommissioned.
They are tied to entitlement and therefore, if a drive has problems, the
entire drive tray is decommissioned.
It is common for a drive tray to be replaced.
Correct
52. Inside the Tallbot hand, the proximity sensor is comprised of two parts: a
transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter sends out a pulsed frequency signal
and the receiver detects this signal when it is reflected off of a surface. When a
signal detected by the receiver matches the signal sent by the transmitter, what
happens?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The Cartridge Present sensor sends an electronic signal to the host to eject
the media.
The TallBot goes to the CAP to eject a cartridge.
The reach safe sensor is triggered and the TallBot stops until an operator
can move the robot safely.
A valid surface is detected indicating tape cartridge presence. (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
53. What is the main purpose of a library audit?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To help determine the number of cartridges the customer has stored in the
Base Module.
To make sure the customer is charged correctly for their service contract.
To ensure the Dynamic World Wide Names are properly assigned
(including the elevator, the PTP and the CAP).
To create a cartridge database and to ensure the integrity of the cartridge
database by checking each accessible cell location (*)
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
54. In the HLI-PRC numbering system for tape drives, the only numbers that are
significant are those pertaining to the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Panel and Column

Panel and Drive (*)


LSM and Row
Drive and Column
LSM and Drive
Incorrect.
Please refer to
the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library training
for more
information.
55. Which of these statement is true for SL3000 license keys?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Generated at the time of the sales order, based on the serial number of
the base and must be installed by a service technician
Generated at the time of sale, based on the library serial number, and can
be installed by the customer (*)
Generated at any time, based on the library serial number and must be
installed by a service technician
Generated at the time of installation and based on the serial number of the
Base
56
.
The
SL3000
has
both
positive
and
negativ
e
numberi
ng for
slot and
drive
columns
. Where
is the
center
line or
referenc
e point
and
what is
the
highest
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
column
number
possible
?
On the left edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -18 and +18

in the AEM.
On the right edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -1 and +1 in
the PEM.
On the left edge of the
Base module. The
highest column number
possible is -31 and +31
in the AEM. (*)
On the left edge of the
PEM module. The highest
column number possible
is -18 and +18 in the
AEM
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
57. There is always one of these
modules in the library and it is
the only module that can
stand alone. It contains two
DC power supplies, an
Electronics Control Module
and a Drive Array with eight
drives. Two additional arrays
may be ordered for this
module.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
AEM
DEM
PEM
BASE (*)
CEM
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
58. Where do direct power and

control signals for the TallBot


come from and how are these
terminated?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the Base Module and
power terminators are
stored at the beginning
of each rail.
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the ECM which is directly
connected to the TallBot.
Rail terminators are
stored at the beginning
of each rail.
Power and control signals
come from two copper
strips separated by an
insulator. Rail power
terminators are installed
at each end of the power
strips. (*)
Power and control signals
for the TallBot come from
the DEM and power
terminators are stored at
the end of each rail.
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training
for more
informati
on.
59. Which card is the backplane
for all other cards in the ECM? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBB
PUM (*)
PUN
HBCR
Incorrect
. Please
refer to
the
appropri
ate
SL3000
Modular
Library

training
for more
informati
on.
60. There can only be one of
these in a library system and
it must be placed to the left of
the Base. It is similar in
structure to the Base Module
but its primary function is to
add more drive bays. It
contains 153 to 521 additional
physical slots, and an optional
CAP.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
AEM
DEM (*)
CEM
BASE
PEM
When the
drive is
loading
functional
code
during an
Mark for Review
(1) Points
IPL
sequence,
what
Status LED
indication
would you
expect to
see?
Fast flashing red
Slow flashing amber (*)
Alternating red and green
Slow flashing green
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
102. In the Virtual Operator Panel, an indicator color of magenta has what
meaning? Mark for Review
(1) Points
A transition from one drive state to another (*)
The initial program load (IPL) drive process has begun
A new firmware file has been loaded into RAM
The drive contains an uncollected dump file
Correct
103. What software application contains a menu option to display the
meaning of a drive Fault Symptom Code? Mark for Review
(1) Points
NMS Console
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
Virtual Operator Panel (*)

Incorrect. Please refer to the


StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
104. What application provides an operator panel simulation that you use
to format a cartridge tape as a dump tape? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Virtual Operator Panel
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin) (*)
NMS Console
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek(TM) T10000
Tape Drive Operation, Installation, and
Service course for more information.
105. What software application contains a menu option to set the drive to
the shipping position? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Tape Analysis Program
SCSI/Fibre ToolBox
NMS Console
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
106. In the
Virtual
Operator
Panel,
what
main
menu
contains
the
option
"Code
Load
from
Tape"?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive Operations
Configure (*)
File
Retrieve
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek(TM) T10000 Tape Drive
Operation, Installation, and Service
course for more information.
107. What application includes the Configure main menu?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
Virtual Operator Panel (*)
NMS Console
StorageTek Diagnostic System (STDSWin)

61. The MIR or


media
information
region is a
directory, that is
written to the
back of the tape

as a result of an
unload
command.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
62. Which of the
following should
you first try
when
troubleshooting
read errors?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Transfer the
data onto a
new tape
Send the
tape to
Oracle to
have it
tested
Read the
tape in
another
drive (*)
Shut down
the drive so
that
customer
cannot use
it
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology

for more
information
.
63. If the tape
cartridge RFID is
unreadable by
the T10k tape
drive, the drive
will still mount
the tape and
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
emulate a 9940
tape drive.
True
False (*)
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
64. Which statistical
information is
NOT included in
the Media
Information
Region (MIR)?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
End of Data
block
number and
position
Last 5
mounts
statistics
Total
number of
months
(used to
determine
expiration)
The last
mounted
tape drives

physical
address (*)
Total bytes
read and
written to
the
cartridge
and number
of files on
tape
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
65. Which three
elements are
kept in the RFID
chip on the T10K
tape Cartridge?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
State of the
MIR, cell
location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from, and IP
address of
the drive
the tape is
inserted
into
Type of tape
(data, dump,
code, or
cleaning),
location of
the MIR and
end of data
on tape, and
manufacturi
ng
information

(*)
The IP
address of
the drive
that is tape
is inserted
into, type of
tape (data,
dump, code,
or cleaning),
and the cell
location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from
Type of tape
(data,
dump, code,
or cleaning),
cell location
that the
tape
cartridge
was taken
from, and
state of MIR
Incorrect.
Refer to
Introductio
n to Oracle
StorageTek
Tape Drive
Technology
for more
information
.
66. What will be
the indication
when the
drive is
performing an
Initial
Program Load
(IPL) or
initialization?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The LED will have a fast amber flash until the load is
complete The LED will have a solid red light until the load is complete
The LED will flash green until the load is complete
The LED will flash red slowly for about two minutes (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive

Technology for more information.


67. When reviewing IBM console and application logs looking for drive
sense data, which two IBM drives does the 9840D emulate? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
9940A
3690
3490 (*)
3590 (*)
3360
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to
Oracle StorageTek Tape Drive
Technology for more information.
Fibre Channel Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
68. If you were to connect a MAGMA box directly to a tape drive using
a fiber cable, you establish what type of connection ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Point-to-point (*)
Private loop
Fabric
Public loop
Correct
69. When a tape drive in a fabric network is powered on, what is the
next step in the sequence required for it to be able to operate as
part of the network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Port Login (PLOGI)
Fabric Login (FLOGI) (*)
Process Login (PRLI)
Fabric registration
Correct
70. In a Fibre Channel network, a Node can best be described as
which of the following ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
A disk
A library
A device that can send and receive transmissions in a Fibre
Channel network (*) An optical connection
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
71. Fibreoptic
cables
transmit
what
type of
signals ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Power
Optical (*)
Electrical
Analogue
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek

StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals


for Tape Drives course for more
information.
72. In a fabric topology, what is the purpose of the Switch Simple
Nameserver ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It calculates World Wide Node Names
It connects to a public loop
It maintains a database of ports on the fabric
It maps each of the devices WWN to an address assigned by the
switch. (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
73. In a fabric topology, tape drives use how many bits for addressing ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
8
16
24 (*)
36
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Fibre Channel Fundamentals
for Tape Drives course for more
information.
74. What is a possible source of light in a Fibre Channel network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Electrical impulse
Laser (*)
Fluorescent light
Glass fiber
Correct
75. A World Wide Port Name is assigned to what ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The ESCON Director
All Nodes
Each port of an HBA and each port of a tape drive (*)
The hub
76. In a fabric
topology,
which
device
should
you
power up
first ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The switch (*)
The tape drive
The host
The disk
Correct
Ethernet Fundamentals

(Answer all questions in this section)


77. What is the CRC field in an Ethernet frame used for ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It is a post-amble
It adds a byte-count to the frame
It pads the frame to the correct byte length
It prevents errors from being transmitted by doing redundancy
check (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Ethernet Fundamentals for TSeries
Tape Drives course for more
information.
78. What is the minimum length of an Ethernet Frame ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
16 bytes
32 bytes
8 bytes
64 bytes (*)
128 bytes
Incorrect. Please refer to the StorageTek
StorageTek Ethernet Fundamentals for TSeries
Tape Drives course for more
information.
79. What type of physical connector is used for Ethernet cables ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
RS-422
D Style
RJ45 (*)
N_Port
Correct
80. What can be used to verify that the Ethernet network is functional ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
VOP Drive Operations (*)
SCSI Fibre Toolbox Library Drive Test
Library Operator Panel
Cartridge will load and unload
81. What is
needed to
run the
diagnostics
from the
VOP ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
A Fibre Channel network connection
A laptop with the service VOP installed (*)
A site server with STDS installed
A remote connection
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Ethernet
Fundamentals for T-Series Tape Drives
course for more information.
82. Why does Oracle recommend connecting the drives Ethernet port to

a dedicated service network? Mark for


Review
(1) Points
Private networks have less traffic contention (*)
To minimize security risk
To increase switch sales
To simplify network administration
Correct
83. What information does the Get ID command issued by STDS expect
in return ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The remote server name
The tape library ID
The tape drive identification information such as drive type and
firmware level (*) The network classification
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Ethernet
Fundamentals for T-Series Tape Drives
course for more information.
Tape Automation Troubleshooting and Repair
(Answer all questions in this section)
84. Which version of the Oracle System Handbook does not provide
support related information? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Public (*)
Partner
Internal
Support related information is available in all versions
Correct
85. A Customer with six 9840D Tape Drives is seeing this IEA486E
console message with a refcode of 38D3 informing them that the
cartridge may not be performing up to its full potential. Using your
available resources determine which two of the following remedies
will fix this condition.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
This situation can be repaired by the host by locating to the
EOD block on the tape (*) Send the tape back to the manufacture for warranty
replacement Clean the tape drive
Replace the tape drive
This situation can be repaired by loading this tape in an offline
drive and running the offline MIR Rebuild utility (*)
8
6.
Using this Oracle System Handbook link https://support.us.oracle.com/handbook_internal/S
ystems/T10000C/components.html. What is true
about the part number 315464501?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
It is a FRU fr a 4Gb T10000C Tape
Drive
It is a CRU for a T10000D Tape
Drive
It is a FRU for a 4GB Short Wave
SFP Tranceiver (*)

It is a CRU fr a 4GB Long Wave SFP


Transceiver
It is a FRU for an 8GB Long Wave
SFP Tranceiver
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
87. A customer is having problems with their
9840C drives taking 37F4 errors. Using
your available resources determine what
is the first question to ask?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
What type of drive wrote the tapes
that are failing? (*)
When were the tape drives last
cleaned?
Are there any 9840D drives in the
library?
Do any tapes fail that are written
by 9840C drives?
Correct
88. When interpreting a Fault Symptom
Code for a customer, it is a good
practice to always share the Engineering
text with them. True or False?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
89. Which section of the tape support web
site
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com)cont
ains a list of the available tape library
and drive tools?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
Troubleshooting
Code and Drivers
FABs and Tech Tips
Drive FSC Lookup Tool
Tape Product Tools Reference (*)
Incorrect. Please refer
to the Tape
Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
90. You need to find instructions on how to

diagnose a cleaning tape issue on an


StorageTek 9940B tape drive. Which
technical instruction should you
reference? Refer to:
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Produ
cts/Drives/9940/9940b.php and
https://support.oracle.com
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
1014242.10
1013666.10
1013660.10
1015810.10 (*)
1015284.10
1. The same HBB
circuit card can
be programmed
and cabled to
perform several
functions in the
SL8500. Which
list of functions is
the most correct?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HandBot
operations,
control of
the CAP,
monitoring
the front
door
switches
Service
Safety Door
operation,
PTP,
monitoring
Emergency
Robot Stop
switches
PTP,
HandBot
operations,
& elevator
control (*)
Turntable
control, CAP
operations,
monitoring
the smoke
detector
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for

more
information.
2. The base SL8500
consists of what
library modules?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Drive and
Electronics,
Robotics
Interface,
and
Customer
Interface
(*)
Drive and
Electronics,
Cartridge
Interface,
and
Customer
Interface
Drive and
Electronics,
Cartridge
Interface,
GUI
Interface
Drive and
Electronics,
Robotics
Interface,
GUI
Interface
Correct
3. How are LSMs
numbered? Mark for Review
(1) Points
Top down
1-4. LSM
number 1
(rail 1) is on
top.
9840B
Top down
0-3. LSM
number 0
(rail 1) is on
top. (*)
Bottom up
0-3. LSM
number 0
(rail 1) is on
bottom.
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library

training for
more
information.
4. When drives are
added or
replaced,
Automatic
Detection of
drives stores all
but which of the
following in the
library?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Library
hardware
numbers
Firmware
and System
locations
CAP
assignment
(*)
Dynamic
World Wide
Names
Correct
5. What does a
blinking green
LED on the
SL8500 drive tray
rear panel
indicate?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Power is
applied to
the tray, but
the tray
power
supply card
is not
activated.
(*)
Power is
applied to
the tray,
and the
drive/library
is active.
Power is
applied to
the tray, but
the drive
failed to
complete
IPL.
Power is
applied to
the tray,
and the

drive IPL is
in progress.
Incorrect.
Please refer
to the
appropriate
SL8500
Modular
Library
training for
more
information.
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6. The location and
selection of the
power supplies for
the Robotics
depends on which
of the following?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Number of tape
drives installed
Number of libraries in
the complex
Number of bar code
scanners
Number of HandBots
installed (*)
Corr
ect
7. The pass-thru port (PTP)
mechanism has the ability
to pass how many
cartridges at one time?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
3
1
2 (*)
4
Inco
rrect
.
Plea
se
refer
to
the
appr
opri
ate
SL85
00
Mod
ular
Libra
ry

train
ing
for
mor
e
infor
mati
on.
8. Which tool in the SLC
would you select to find
the definition of an Result
Code?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
System Detail
Monitors
Utilities/ Diagnostics
(*)
Reports
Corr
ect
9. True or False? The SL8500
library always reports to
ACSLS that it has two
CAPS, even if only one
physical CAP is present.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Inco
rrect
.
Plea
se
refer
to
the
appr
opri
ate
SL85
00
Mod
ular
Libra
ry
train
ing
for
mor
e
infor
mati
on.
10. Where can you find the
SLC application for
download?
Mark for

Review
(1) Points
The System
Assurance Center
(SAC)
The Tape Support
Website
My Oracle Support
(*)
The Beehive
Workspace
11. Assume you are
ordering a 2N PDU
for 18 tape drives
and 4 robots in the
library, how many
TOTAL power
supplies will you
need?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
12 (*)
6
10
8
Correct
12. Which three statements about
PTPs are correct? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Power for the PTPs comes
from inside the assembly
The PTP feature requires at
least one Accessory Rack and
for two for redundancy (*)
Pass-thru ports (PTPs) are
electro-mechanical devices
that pass one or two
cartridges to another LSM in
the same complex (*)
PTP configuration can be
either: 6 assemblies, one per
rail or 2 assemblies 1 per rail
An Inter-Library
Communications kit (ILC) is
needed to implementPTPs
and each ILC kit supports up
to five libraries that connect
to form a comple (*)
Correct
13. Which two statements about
SL8500 DC Power Distribution are
correct?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Load sharing for the DC
Power Grids is optional

Load sharing allows the


output voltage of one supply
to be monitored and adjusted
by other supplies on the bus
(*)
The DC power grids use loadsharing
power supplies (*)
No power supply on the grid
is overloaded whether or not
the load sharing feature is
enabled
Correct
14. How many power options (PDUs)
are available for SL8500
operation?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
2
5
4 (*)
3
Correct
15. This PWA is installed in every
drive tray assembly. It is
considered to be the library/drive
interface card.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
HBD (*)
HBC
HBV
HBJ
16. How many
additional
customer
cells are
added with
each Storage
Expansion
Module?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
3184
1456
4912
1728 (*)
Correct
17. Assume that a HandBot was moved into the
maintenance area by another HandBot because the
Z- mechanism is faulty. Which of the following
would you do?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
Replace the entire HandBot as a FRU and
place the HandBot back into service (*)
Replace the Z-motor mechanism to restore
vertical motion and place the HandBot back
into service

Replace the Proximity Sensor so it cant be


pushed into the maintenance area by another
HandBot
Replace the HBB card and place the HandBot
back into service
Incorrect. Please
refer to the
appropriate SL8500
Modular Library
training for more
information.
18. Using the SLC, what two items in the Permanent
Reports list contain information that can NOT be
found elsewhere within the SLC menu pages?
Mark
for Review
(1) Points
Event Log and Cartridge Summary (*)
Library Details and Event Log
Software Versions and Drive Details
Software Versions and Cartridge Summary
Correct
19. With 2N power, how many power supplies are
needed to support 30 tape drives and 8 robots? Mark
for Review
(1) Points
14
10
8
12 (*)
Correct
20. Which module is last in the library and contains the
Electronics Control Module and Power components? Mark
for Review
(1) Points
RIM
DEM (*)
CIM
SEM
Correct
21. What happens if
a tape Cartridge
Is DEGAUSSED
(fully erased)?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Nothing
It takes too long and is not necessary.
It voids the manufacturers warranty.
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks are erased
rendering the media unusable. (*)
The factory pre-recorded servo tracks become a data
security risk and the media will be unusable
Correct
22. Which of the following drive tray components is common to
all SL8500 drive trays?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points

Tape Transport Interface harness


HBD card (*)
Rear panel to drive interface cable jumper
Power supply card
Correct
23. If four tape drives in a horizontal row experience power
problems, what single point of failure would you suspect?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
A faulty HBS module
A faulty connection between the HBO and HBF
modules (*)
A faulty DC power supply
A faulty HBT card
Correct
24. With N + 1 power, how many power supplies are needed
to support 10 tape drives and 4 robots?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
10
6 (*)
4
8
Correct
25. How are Rails numbered?
Mark
for
Review
(1)
Points
Top down 1-4. Rail number 1 is on top. (*)
Bottom up 4-1. Rail number 4 is on bottom.
Top down 0-3. Rail number 0 is on top.
Bottom up 0-3. Rail number 0 is on bottom
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
26. Cartridge slot
designations within
the SL8500 are
identified by a fivedigit
numbering
system. Which is the
correct order for
these numbers?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
LSM, rail, side, column, row
Library, side, rail, column, slot
Library, column, rail, side, row
Library, rail, column, side, row (*)
Correct
27. How many power grids are contained within the SL8500?
Ma

rk for
Review
(1)
Points
4
3
5 (*)
2
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
28. Which SLC tool would you select to enable the CAP
pushbutton on the SL8500 key pad? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
System Detail
Monitors
Utilities/ Diagnostics (*)
Reports
Correct
29. If either of the Emergency Robot Stop switches is pressed,
power is removed from which of the following? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
All DC power supplies
Front power bus and all DC power supplies
Front power bus and Rails (*)
Rails and all DC power supplies
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular
Library training for more
information.
30. When is a cartridge marked as unusable, invalid media type
and automatically ejected into the CAP? Ma
rk for
Review
(1)
Points
When an upside down LTO cartridge is detected (*)
When a HandBot is placed back into service
When an upright LTO cartridge is detected
When it detects an upside down 9x40 or T10Kx
cartridge
Correct
31. Why might the
addresses and
locations of the
HandBots be
useful?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
This is helpful information when looking at SLC screens
and/or troubleshooting (*)
It is helpful to be able to physically move the HandBot
It helps locate the PTPs and Elevators in a complex
This is helpful when troubleshooting the CAP, PTPs or

Elevators
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
32. Which of the following tape drive protocols are supported in the
SL8500? Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Fibre Channel, SCSI and ESCON
Fibre Channel, FICON and ESCON (*)
Fibre Channel and FICON
Fibre Channel, SCSI, FICON and ESCON
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
33. True or False? Updating the library code from one version to
another can be accomplished without disrupting the operation of
the library.
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Correct
34. The dynamic worldwide naming convention assigns names to
the: Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Tape drives
Drive slots (*)
Drive trays
Tape drive arrays
Correct
35. Which is the correct list of tape drives currently supported by the
SL8500? Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum
SDLT (SDLT320)
T9x40, T10000 all generations, LTO all generations,
Quantum Super DLT (SDLT600) (*)
T9840, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000, Quantum Super DLT
(SDLT7000)
T9x40, LTO Gen 3,4,5,6, T10000 Gen C and D, Quantum
DLT (DLT8000)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL8500 Modular Library
training for more information.
36. Which of the
following
statements is
FALSE?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The remote SLC must be used for partitioning setup.
Storage cells and drives not allocated to any partition can be
accessed by any host (*)

Host partition connections can use either SCSI or HLI


Storage cells and tape drives allocated to a partition can be
used only by the host(s) assigned to that partition.
For SCSI host connections, the entire CAP can be allocated for
exclusive use by the partition or they can be left unallocated for
common use by all SCSI partitions
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL3000 Modular Library
training for more information.
37. This module can be attached to either side of the Base but when
more cartridge cells are available, it is placed on the right side of the
Base. Its primary function is to increase the number of cartridges. It
can also be converted to a PEM simply by changing the module ID
label.
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
CEM (*)
AEM
DEM
SEM
Correct
38. To support the dual Tallbot feature, an SL3000 must have this
minimum power. Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
240V, 2N (*)
120V, 2N
240V, 2N+1
240V, N+1
Incorrect. Please refer to the
appropriate SL3000 Modular Library
training for more information.
39. Which card is the backplane for all other cards in the ECM?
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
PUM (*)
HBCR
HBB
PUN
Correct
40. Assume the customer ordered a dual TallBot configuration and
wants non-disruptive replacement of the faulty TallBot. Which of the
following should they do?
Mark
for
Review
(1) Points
Use the AEM as a parking garage so faulty TallBot replacements
are non-disruptive. (*)
Use the DEM as a parking garage so faulty TallBot
replacements are non-disruptive.
Convert a DEM to a PEM by changing the module ID at the
host.
Convert two CEMs to PEMs by changing the module ID labels
shipped with the dual TallBot feature of the CEMs.
Correct

41. Which card is


the library
controller?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
HBCR (*)
PUN
HBB
PUK
Correct
42. The Drive Expansion Module can house how many tape drives?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
56
24
48
16
32 (*)
Correct
43. Which of the following is NOT a licensed feature of the SL3000?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Partitioning
Dual ports
Service
Dual TallBots
Native fibre channel (*)
Correct
44. In the HLI-PRC numbering system for tape drives, the only numbers
that are significant are those pertaining to the: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Drive and Column
Panel and Column
LSM and Row
LSM and Drive
Panel and Drive (*)
Correct
45. What is the advantage of a 2N versus an N + 1 Power Configuration?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It provides AC and DC Power redundancy. (*)
There is no advantage it is simply a customer preference.
It provides extra power to the DEM and is therefore more
efficient
It provides extra power to the rails and is therefore more
efficient.
Correct
46. Instructions
for installing
the Base
module are
provided in the
SL3000
Installation
Manual, but
installation
instructions for

the additional
modules
(DEM, CEM,
and AEM)
come from
where?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Individual conversion bills. (*)
The Oracle SPLAT WebSite
The Tape Support Web Site
My Oracle Support
The Customer Portal
Incorrect. Please refer to the appropriate
SL3000 Modular Library training for more
information.
47. The Base module ships with the following components installed:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CAP
PDUs
DC power supplies (for a single TallBot and eight tape drives) (*)
Choices 1 & 3
Choices 1, 2, and 3
Correct
48. There can only be one of these in a library system and it must be
placed to the left of the Base. It is similar in structure to the Base
Module but its primary function is to add more drive bays. It contains
153 to 521 additional physical slots, and an optional CAP.
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
BASE
CEM
AEM
PEM
DEM (*)
Correct
49. How is the Reach Safe Sensor used in the TallBot?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
To ensure the TallBot doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot.
To determine a safe clearance exists between the hand and the
cartridge walls. (*)
To ensure the rail doesnt cause electrical shock to service
support personnel when touching the TallBot
To sense whether or not a cartridge is present in the CAP.
Correct
50. If the TallBot hand gripper does not fully release a cartridge when it is
placed in a slot, what prevents the cartridge from being pulled back
out?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
There are no features that can prevent this occurrence
cartridges always get pulled out if this happens.
Cartridge retention features know if the grippers wont release
and dont allow the TallBot to enter cartridges into the slot.

Cartridge retention features that have small speed bumps that


help prevent a cartridge from being pulled out. (*)
Proximity Sensors prevent cartridges from being pulled out.
Correct
56. The Select Active
Cells tool is used
in which instance?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
If the entire
library is
licensed.
If the library
has not been
partitioned
If the library
is being
partitioned
(*)
This tool is
always
required
Incorrect.
Please
refer to the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information
.
57. Which of the
following correctly
describes the
function of the
Module ID block in
each module?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It consists of
four bar code
labels used to
identify the
module
configuration
and is located
in the same
area in all
modules. (*)
he Module ID
block is only
located in the
Base Module
of the library
and has 1to 4
cartridges.
It is nonessential

but
can
sometimes be
useful.
It contains all
logical
addresses in
a library.
Correct
58. Where is the
documentation for
Power Distribution
and Cooling
requirements
found?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The Tape
Support Web
Site (*)
The System
Assurance
Center
The
Customer
Portal
My Oracle
Support
Correct
59. What does a
Cartridge Presence
sensor do?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It terminates
the power
and control
signal to the
TallBot is a
Cartridge is
present.
It tells the
ECM to
supply power
to the rail for
the TallBot.
It determines
whether or
not the reach
is safe to get
or put the
cartridge in a
cell.
It lets the
hand
assembly
know that a
cartridge is
present inside

the hand
assembly. (*)
Correct
60. Which module is
home for the
TallBot and how
do they operate?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The TallBot
does NOT
belong to any
one module.
One or two
TallBot(s)
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and from side
to side to
access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s). (*)
The DEM is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
The CEM is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up
and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
The Base is
home to the
TallBots that
travel back
and forth, up

and down,
and side to
side to access
cartridges
from
cartridge
slots, tape
drives, or
CAP(s).
Incorrect.
Please
refer to the
appropriate
SL3000
Modular
Library
training for
more
information
.
. Which of the
following are
hotswappable
components
for the
SL150?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
LTO Drives and Power Supplies (*)
Expansion Unit and Magazines
LTO Drives and Operator Panel
LTO Drives and Magazines
Correct!
2. Which of these is the primary management interface of the SL150?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Remote GUI (*)
Mailslot
Front Control Panel
LCD touch screen operator panel
Correct!
3. Basic library initialization performed from the touch screen of the
SL150 front control panel involves the following tasks: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Configuring the library network interface (*)
Changing the default administrator password (*)
Setting the date and time for the library (*)
Creating a partition
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
4. Which of these statement about encryption in the SL150 is correct?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The SL150 supports encryption with OKM 2.5 and 3 (*)
OKM encryption with the SL150 became available with the LTO6
The SL150 supports encryption with OKM 3 only
The SL150 does not currently support encryption

Correct!
5. What features does the new library GUI in the Remote Browser
Interface include in the SL150? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Manage settings (*)
Perform library operations (*)
Organize magazines
Monitor library health (*)
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
6. The initial
SL150
touch
screen
default
password
is:
Mark for Review
(1) Points
null
password
changeme
passw0rd (*)
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
7. The SL150 supports the following drives:
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
LTO4 and LTO5
T10KD
LTO5 and LTO6 (*)
LTO4, LTO5 and LTO6
Correct!
8. Which of these elements cannot be proactively monitored with the
SL150 Mark for
Review
(1) Points
CRU replacement indication
Location, module, generation, and SCSI address of cartridges
Status of server system (*)
Location and health properties of drives
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
9. The main approaches to monitoring the health and operations of the
StorageTek SL150 Modular Tape Library System are: Mark for
Review
(1) Points
(Choose all correct answers)
Reviewing SL150healthstatus.log
Monitoring the Library from the User Interface (*)
Using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) (*)
All of the above
Reading the event log
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
10. To increase customer ease of use, all but which of the following are
Customer Replaceable Units of the SL150? Mark for
Review

(1) Points
LTO Tape Drives
Robot Module
Backplane Card (*)
Power Supplies
Operator Panel
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review
the course content and try again.
11. The HP
Library
and
Tape
Tool
(LTT)
diag
tool will
allow
you to:
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Retrieve Support Dumps from a tape drive
Upgrade the firmware on a tape drive
Run diagnostics/health checks on a tape drive
All of the above (*)
Correct!
12. Which of the following StorageTek tape libraries are currently customer
installable? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
SL150, SL500, SL3000
SL150, SL3000
no StorageTek library is customer installable
SL150 only (*)
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review the
course content and try again.
13. The SL150 library can be divided into a maximum of how many
partitions with each having at least one tape drive and one magazine? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
4
12
8 (*)
2
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review the
course content and try again.
14. The base model of the SL-150 features how many USB ports?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
nine (*)
six
seven
eight
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review the
course content and try again.
15. Which of these statements about SL150 licensing is true?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The SL150 license is generated at time of installataion
The SL150 license is generated at time of order

The SL150 does not have a license (*)


The SL150 licenses are downloaded from the edelivery site
Sorry, that is not correct. Please review the
course content and try again.
6. Which
Oracle
media type
uses a
single hub
design with
media
wound
around a
Mark for Review
(1) Points
take-up
reel and
positioned
in front of
the readwrite
head?
9840, 9940, T10000
9940, LTO, T10000 (*)
All Oracle media uses this design
9840, 9940, LTO
Correct
17. Which of the following should you first try when troubleshooting read
errors? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Shut down the drive so that customer cannot use it
Transfer the data onto a new tape
Send the tape to Oracle to have it tested
Read the tape in another drive (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to Oracle
StorageTek Tape Drive Technology for
more information.
18. The MIR or media information region is a directory, that is written to
the back of the tape as a result of an unload command. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
1
0 (*)
Incorrect. Refer to Introduction to Oracle
StorageTek Tape Drive Technology for
more information.
Fibre Channel Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
19. A World Wide Port Name is assigned to what ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Each port of an HBA and each port of a tape drive (*)
The hub
All Nodes
The ESCON Director
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre Channel
Fundamentals for Tape Drives course
for more information.
20. Fibre-optic cables transmit what type of signals ?

Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Analogue
Electrical
Power
Optical (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre Channel
Fundamentals for Tape Drives course
for more information.
21. Architectural
layer FC-0
describes
which of the
following ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
The upper level mapping
The hardware (*)
The protocol
The flow control
Correct
22. In a fabric topology, tape drives use how many bits for addressing
? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
16
24 (*)
36
8
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
23. A unique World Wide Node Name has how many bits ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
128
32
8
16
64 (*)
Correct
24. A fabric topology includes which of the following ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Only hubs
Point-to-point connections
Ethernet cables
Switches and / or directors (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
25. When a tape drive in a fabric network is powered on, what is the
next step in the sequence required for it to be able to operate as
part of the network ?
Mark for

Review
(1) Points
Process Login (PRLI)
Fabric Login (FLOGI) (*)
Port Login (PLOGI)
Fabric registration
Correct
26. If a tape
drive
experiences
a problem
during a
read
operation it
will do which
of the
following
first ?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Read to the end of the tape
Execute the next command
Report the problem to the host by sending sense data (*)
Eject the cartridge
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
27. What is a possible source of light in a Fibre Channel network ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Glass fiber
Electrical impulse
Fluorescent light
Laser (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the
StorageTek StorageTek Fibre
Channel Fundamentals for Tape
Drives course for more information.
Ethernet Fundamentals
(Answer all questions in this section)
28. What is the CRC field in an Ethernet frame used for ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
It adds a byte-count to the frame
It prevents errors from being transmitted by doing
redundancy check (*)
It is a post-amble
It pads the frame to the correct byte length
Correct
29. What type of traffic goes across the Ethernet interface ?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Library commands
TCP/IP Telnet and FTP commands (*)
Data
SCSI commands
Correct

30. What information does the Get ID command issued by STDS


expect in return ? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The remote server name
The tape library ID
The tape drive identification information such as drive type
and firmware level (*)
The network classification
Correct
31
.
Is the Oracle Sytem Handbook accessible
from this URL:
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Product
s/Libraries/sl150.php?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True (*)
False
Correct
32. You have an SL150 that took a 9006 fault
code. Based on the FSC code listing at
https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com/Products/F
SC/Data/150_fault.php, what three actions
could you take?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Reseat power supply, reseat controller,
replace motherboard
Check ambient temperature, check the
power supply fan, replace power supply
(*)
Check power supply fan for obstruction,
reseat drive, reseat motherboard
Reinsert power supply, reseat controller,
replace motherboard
Incorrect. Please refer to
the Tape Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
33. When interpreting a Fault Symptom Code for
a customer, it is a good practice to always
share the Engineering text with them. True or
False?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to
the Tape Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
34. Which section of the tape support web site
(https://tapesupport.us.oracle.com)contains a
list of the available tape library and drive

tools?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Drive FSC Lookup Tool
Code and Drivers
Tape Product Tools Reference (*)
FABs and Tech Tips
Troubleshooting
Correct
35. Which version of the Oracle System Handbook
does not provide support related information? Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Public (*)
Support related information is available
in all versions
Internal
Partner
Incorrect. Please refer to
the Tape Automation
Troubleshooting and
Repair course for more
information.
36. During
installation
of the
Robotics
Unit, make
sure the
shipping
straps are
removed;
failure to
remove
them will
result in
what kind
of failure?
Mark for Review
(1) Points
Audit
Drive Communication
Initialization (*)
Mount
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
37. The library base unit contains one or two tape drives. Drive
expansion modules, which can hold one to four tape drives, can be
added to the rack to increase the number of total tape drives. What
is the maximum number of tape drives in a rack?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
18 (*)
10
20
16
24
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500

Service and Support ourse for more


information.
38. In a library with LTO Cartridge Slots, the base unit has up to how
many cartridge slots, assuming the upgrade conversion bill has been
installed, one or two tape drives, and a 5-slot cartridge access port
(CAP).
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
30
42
50 (*)
40
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
39. What is required to activate the library?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
The firmware installation
Nothing, it ships fully activated
A card key
A One-Time Activation Password (*)
Correct
40. How does the library start an Initialization Sequence?
Mark for
Review
(1) Points
Initialization only occurs when the front door is opened and
closed
Initialization requires a technical support Initialization Password
purchased by the customer
Initialization occurs when the library is powered-on or when the
front door is opened and closed (*)
Initialization occurs when the robot is fully seated
Initialization occurs when the library is directed by the user
using the backup software interfacing with the library
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500
Service and Support ourse for more
information.
41. What is
the
maximum
number
of
cartridges
that can
be held in
the base
module,
assuming
the
presence
of an
expansion
module
installed
beneath
it?
Mark for Review

(1) Points
50
40
60 (*)
72
Correct
42. True or False: The expansion module installation differs greatly since
the cartridge expansion module installation requires special tools. Mark for
Review
(1) Points
True
False (*)
Incorrect. Please refer to the SL500 Service
and Support ourse for more information.