In SAN 2.0 OS when you ran the show tech-support you could see if a particular VSAN is FCID persistent or not as follows:
no fcdomain fcid persistent vsan 1
fcdomain priority 150 vsan 2
fcdomain domain 21 static vsan 2
fcdomain fcid persistent vsan 2
fcdomain priority 150 vsan 3
fcdomain domain 31 static vsan 3
fcdomain fcid persistent vsan 3
fcdomain priority 150 vsan 4
fcdomain domain 41 static vsan 4
fcdomain fcid persistent vsan 4
But in SAN 3.0 OS show tech-support, this check cannot be done you would have manually enter the command "show fcdomain vsan 1" and look for the FCID Persistent option to see if it is enabled or disabled. I have heard that in SAN OS 3.0 FCID persistance is enabled by default.
Does the show tech-support show this in 3.0 anywhere??
Re: Show tech-support in SAN OS 2.0 vs SAN OS 3.0.
I have a 'show tech' output from a SAN 3.0 switch and 'show fcdomain' is not included in there. I have to physically type 'show fcdomain' command to the output above. Tell me if this is true in your situation?
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