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IBM 00LY334 IBM 5B14 775GB SSD SFF-3 eMLC4 Solid State Drive 00LY334 IBM 5B14 775GB SSD SFF-3 eMLC4 Solid State Drive.. Product #: 00LY334-5B14-00LY604

00LY334 IBM 5B14 775GB SSD SFF-3 eMLC4 ES8R ES8Q ESNC ESND

Brand: IBM
Model Number: 00LY334-5B14-00LY604
Tags: 00ly334 , 5b14 , ibm ssd , 00ly604
Custom Field 1 (UPC): 5B14
Custom Field 2 (EAN): 00LY604
Custom Field 4 (MPN): 00LY334

00LY334 IBM 5B14 775GB SSD SFF-3 eMLC4 ES8R ES8Q ESNC ESND
The IBM 5B14 775 GB SSD (00LY334) is a fourth generation Enterprise Solid State Drive with eMLC4 technology, is installed in 2.5-inch SFF-3 SAS bays of IBM Power Systems and is formatted with 4k byte sectors. The 00LY334 IBM 5B14 SSD can have ES8R, ES8Q, ESNC or ESND feature code depending on the IBM Power System OS type. All IBM eMLC4 SSDs are supported in Power9 and Power8 system units SFF-3 bays, and in SFF-2 SAS bays of a EXP24S I/O drawer attached to Power9, Power8 and Power7 servers. IBM eMLC4 SSD’s provide SAS 6 Gbps throughput, and capable of supporting 12 Gbps when future SAS adapters come to market.
The 2.5-inch fourth generation IBM SSDs with eMLC4 require the correct carrier tray for installation. IBM eMLC4 solid state drives can be installed in SFF-3 SAS bays of a IBM Power System CEC or SFF-2 SAS bays in IBM EXP24S (5887 or EL1S) or EXP24SX (ESLS) I/O drawer, providing up to 24 SSDs for 37.2 TB of flash memory technology storage. Other fourth generation IBM SSDs with eMLC4 technology are below:
 
IBM Enterprise SSD eMLC4 (fourth generation) for IBM i, Power AIX, Linux Servers or VIOS, IBM Power9 or Power8 CEC:
5B13 387 GB SFF-3 4K SSD - 00LY333 00LY603
5B19 387 GB SFF-3 5xx SSD - 00LY324 00LY577
5B14 775 GB SFF-3 4k SSD - 00LY334 00LY604
5B1A 775 GB SFF-3 5xx SSD - 00LY325 00LY578
5B15 1.55 TB SFF-3 4k SSD - 00LY335 00LY605
 
IBM Enterprise SSD eMLC4 (fourth generation) for IBM i, AIX, Linux or VIOS, IBM EXP24S (5887 or EL1S) or EXP24SX (ESLS) I/O drawer:
5B10 387 GB SFF-2 4K SSD - 00LY336 00LY621
5B16 387 GB SFF-2 5xx SSD - 00LY327 00LY589
5B11 775 GB SFF-2 4K SSD - 00LY337 00LY622
5B17 775 GB SFF-2 5xx SSD - 00LY328 01LU623
5B12 1.55 TB SFF-2 4k SSD - 00LY338 00LY623
 
IBM Enterprise SSDs with eMLC4 require a integrated SAS controller in the IBM Power system unit or one of the following PCIe3 or PCIe2 SAS adapters:
 
IBM EJ14 57B1 - PCIe3 12GB Cache RAID PLUS SAS Adapter Quad-port 6GB x8
IBM EJ0L 57CE - PCIe3 12 GB Cache RAID SAS Adapter Quad-port 6Gb x8
IBM EJ0J 57B4 - PCIe3 RAID SAS Adapter Quad-port 6Gb x8
IBM EJ0M 57B4 - PCIe3 LP RAID SAS Adapter Quad-port 6Gb x8
IBM ESA3 57BB - PCIe2 1.8GB Cache RAID SAS Adapter Tri-port 6Gb CR
IBM 5913 57B5 - PCIe2 1.8GB Cache RAID SAS Adapter Tri-port 6Gb

IBM EL59 57B4 - PCIe3 RAID SAS Adapter Quad-port 6Gb x8
IBM EL65 57B4 - PCIe3 RAID SAS Adapter Quad-port 6Gb x8
IBM EL3B 57B4 - PCIe3 LP RAID SAS Adapter Quad-port 6Gb x8
As with earlier IBM eMLC SSDs, these enterprise solid state drives are designed to deliver great endurance and reliability. These 4th generation enterperise class eMLC SSDs were tested to provide 24x7x365 usage running write-intensive levels for about five years. Actual customer writes will be much lower, and thus the SSD life span will be much longer. Similar to the eMLC3 SSDs, the new SSDs provide a Drive Write Per Day (DWPD) rating of approximately "10", which estimates the number of times the SSD's capacity could be written per day over the projected life of the drive.
00LY334 IBM 5B14 System Requirements
  • IBM i 7.1 TR11, or later; IBM i 7.2 TR4, or later; IBM i 7.3, or later
  • AIX for 4k drives: AIX 7.2 TL0, or later; AIX 7.1 TL3 SP3, or later; or AIX 7.1 TL4, or later; AIX 6.1 TL 9 SP 3, or later.
  • AIX for 5xx drives: All AIX levels that are supported on that server.
  • PowerVM VIOS for 4k drives: PowerVM VIOS V2.2.3.3, or later; PowerVM VIOS V2.2.4.0, or later. 387 GB and 775 GB capacity points are supported across all these software levels.
  • PowerVM VIOS for 5xx drives: All VIOS levels that are supported on that server.
  • PowerVM VIOS for 4k drives: VIOS 2.2.3.3 or later, VIOS 2.2.4.0 or later.
  • SLES 11 SP4, or later; SLES 12, or later.
  • RHEL 6.7, or later; RHEL 7.2, or later; Ubuntu 16.04, or later; Ubuntu 14.04.4, or later.
As with earlier IBM enterprise SSDs, these solid state drives are designed to deliver great endurance and reliability. These 4th generation enterprise class eMLC SSDs were tested to provide 24x7x365 usage running write-intensive levels for about five years. Actual customer writes will be much lower, and thus the SSD life span will be much longer. Similar to the eMLC3 SSDs, the new SSDs provide a Drive Write Per Day (DWPD) rating of approximately "10", which estimates the number of times the SSD's capacity could be written per day over the projected life of the drive. The new eMLC4 SAS SSDs provide significantly improved price/performance compared to previous eMLC3 SSDs. eMLC4 SSD performance is improved over previous generations of Power eMLC SSDs. Compared to the eMLC3 SSDs, the new eMLC4 drives offer improved input/output operations per second (IOPS), throughput, and latency. For example, measurements show:
 
Up to 50% higher maximum IOPS value for random mixed read/write workloads
Up to 750 MBps while reading from the drive or up to 470 MBps while writing to the drive
Up to 20% better latency running a random mixed read/write workload (down to a 0.12 ms latency)
 
IBM Power eMLC flash memory provides enterprise-class performance and reliability characteristics. The new fourth-generation eMLC SSDs build upon a heritage of performance and endurance to provide a better value proposition to users of Power8 and Power7 servers. They provide SAS 6 Gbps capability, but are designed to be 12 Gbps compliant if future SAS adapters support 12 Gbps capability.
 
Note: IBM 4k drives cannot be reformatted to 5xx drives (or vice versa). IBM is transitioning away from manufacturing SAS Hard Disk Drives (HDD) and Solid State Drives (SSD) formatted with 512 and 528-byte sector (5xx), and instead will only be providing 4K byte sector drives. Although most AIX and Linux applications will not experience issues since data access to the SAS drives is via a file system, companies should confirm with their application provider to ensure compatibility with using SSD or HDD with 4K byte sectors. AIX and Linux applications that require direct access to the raw data on the SSD or HDD, may require 512 and 528-byte sector (5xx) sectors drives.