Sun StorageTek Virtual Operator Panel Customer User’s Guide

Sun Microsystems, Inc. www.sun.com. Addendum B. Sun StorageTek. ™. Virtual Operator Panel. Customer User’s Guide. Part No. 96179. May 2008, Revision JA …

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Addendum B contains updates to the Sun StorageTek Virtual Operator Panel Customer User\’s Guide, Revision JA. These changes will be incorporated into the manual at the next reissue (Revision JB). This addendum contains a compilation of information regarding VOP release 1.0.13, such as: * * Support of IPv6 addressing for the T10000 tape drive in the sunVOP application Changes to the ltoVOP interface

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