I am looking for a way for the port-channel interface to be automatically removed from the 1000v once the VEM has been deleted, currently the port-channel interface does not disappear when the VEM has been removed. This seems to be causing problems once the same VEM is re-added later on. Ports are getting sent into quarantine states and ending up in invalid states (eg. NoPortProfile state when there is actually a port-profile attached).
Anyway, if anyone can explain the above command or tell me how to find out more, it would be great, I can't find it documented anywhere and the context-sensitive help in the NXOS is vague at best.
I don't have much information on that command, but I do know it wont remove any unused port channels. They have to be manually deleted if they're no longer needed.
The port Channel ID will remain even after a VEM is removed in case the assigned VEM comes back. When a VEM is decommisioned permanently, I'll do a "no vem x" to also remove the Host entry for that VEM from the VSM. This way the module slot # can be re-assigned to the next new VEM inserted. After adding/removing VEMs just do a "show port-channel summary" to see any unused Port Channel IDs, and delete them. It's a quick & painless task.
I would hope this wouldn't be a common issue - how often are you deleting/removing VEMs?
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