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No output from lunlist command

Hi all

I have a straightforward setup, NAtive FC portchannel from FI to N5k to NEtapp.

THis all works fine as Blades are booting off LUN and can see their data LUNs.

However when I run lunlist on an adpater I get no output...

here is the ouptu on thet Netapp

blade2 (FCP) (ostype: xen):

        20:00:00:25:b5:77:00:2d (logged in on: vtic, 5a)       

        20:00:00:25:b5:77:00:1e (logged in on: vtic, 1a)  

here is my FI A

adapter 2/4/1 # connect
adapter 2/4/1 (top):1# att
attach-fls  attach-mcp 
adapter 2/4/1 (top):1# attach-                                                                                                                                                                                                              
attach-fls  attach-mcp 
adapter 2/4/1 (top):1# attach-fls                                                                                                                                                                                                           
adapter 2/4/1 (fls):1# vnic
---- ---- ---- ------- -------
vnic ecpu type state   lif   
---- ---- ---- ------- -------
14   1    fc   active  3
adapter 2/4/1 (fls):2# lunlist 14

adapter 2/4/1 (fls):3#
d         exit      fwactive  fwcqs     fwexch    fwlif     fwvnic    help      history   lif       login     lunlist   lunmap    vnic     
adapter 2/4/1 (fls):3# lif 3                                                                                                                                                                                                                
               lifid : 3
               state : active
                wwpn : 20:00:00:25:b5:77:00:2d
             lif_mac : 00:25:b5:77:00:2d
                port : 1
         flogi state : init
             fcf_mac : 00:00:00:00:00:00
              ha_mac : 00:00:00:00:00:00
                 fid : 0x000000
                vlan : 0
                 cos : 3
         flogi_retry : 8
         plogi_retry : 8
       flogi_timeout : 4000
       plogi_timeout : 20000
               tx_wq : 264
        exch_wq_base : 265
        exch_wq_size : 4
               rx_rq : 1008
            fcmgt_wq : 269
            fcmgt_rq : 1010
       fcmgt_cq_base : 117
       fcmgt_cq_size : 2
     fcmgt_intr_base : 34
     fcmgt_intr_size : 1

                 

Fabric B

adapter 2/4/2 # connect
adapter 2/4/2 (top):1# at
attach-fls  attach-mcp 
adapter 2/4/2 (top):1# attach-fls                                                                                                                                                                                                           
adapter 2/4/2 (fls):1# vnic
---- ---- ---- ------- -------
vnic ecpu type state   lif   
---- ---- ---- ------- -------
14   1    fc   active  3
adapter 2/4/2 (fls):2# lunlist 14

adapter 2/4/2 (fls):3# lif 3                                                                                                                                                                                                                
               lifid : 3
               state : active
                wwpn : 20:00:00:25:b5:77:00:1e
             lif_mac : 00:25:b5:77:00:1e
                port : 0
         flogi state : init
             fcf_mac : 00:00:00:00:00:00
              ha_mac : 00:00:00:00:00:00
                 fid : 0x000000
                vlan : 0
                 cos : 3
         flogi_retry : 8
         plogi_retry : 8
       flogi_timeout : 4000
       plogi_timeout : 20000
               tx_wq : 264
        exch_wq_base : 265
        exch_wq_size : 4
               rx_rq : 1008
            fcmgt_wq : 269
            fcmgt_rq : 1010
       fcmgt_cq_base : 117
       fcmgt_cq_size : 2
     fcmgt_intr_base : 34
     fcmgt_intr_size : 1

adapter 2/4/2 (fls):4#

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Cisco Employee

No output from lunlist command

Hi,

When you check the output of the lunlist command was the OS already up and running?

If this is the case, it is expected that the lunlist command won’t provide any information. The reason for this is because as soon as the OS come up its drivers will take over the communication. 

If you want to test this, you can reboot your server and run this commands when the server is booting up before the OS comes up .

New Member

No output from lunlist command

Yes OS is up on all blades so that explains it.

Many thanks for quick reply.

Cisco Employee

No output from lunlist command

Great!

Be kind and Mark as Answer if I helped.

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