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EMC DataDomain Configuration on a IBM p7

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I'm running TSM v6.2.3.0 on AIX V6. I'm running TSM on a IBM p7 box. I did all the zoning, SAN client definitions, drive creations on the DD box, AIX discovered RMT#'s, mapped them to the correct drives. My issue is I can not locate the /dev/lb0 (Library in AIX) I see the changer in the DD box, however it has NO wwn's. The drives are IBM ULTRIUM-TD1

What library should the DD990 emulate?
How do I discover /dev/lib0?
 

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Actually because we are on a P7 the emulation should be a TS3500 library emulation. I found that doc hidden on EMCs website. So beware if you migrate to a P7, your DD990 may not work because the emualtion is no longer a L180.
 

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This is the name of the doc "Data Domain Operating System with PowerVM" EMC internal use only
 

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