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VIC 1240 and SAN Troubleshooting

When connecting to a VIC 1240 and running the "lunlist x" command I don't get PLOGI session I think I should....

Steps to reproduce:

adapter 1/3/1 (fls):5# lunmap 7
lunmapid: 0  port_cnt: 1
lif_id: 4
PORTNAME                                               NODENAME                          LUN                           PLOGI
20:00:00:1f:93:00:12:9e  00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00  0000000000000000  Y

adapter 1/3/1 (fls):6# lunlist 7

Should I not get something like the following from the lunlist X command:

vnic : 7 lifid: 4
- FLOGI State : flogi est (fc_id 0xa70804)
- PLOGI Sessions
- WWNN 20:00:00:1f:93:00:12:9e WWPN 20:00:00:1f:93:00:12:9e fc_id 0xa70400
- LUN’s configured (SCSI Type, Version, Vendor, Serial No.)
LUN ID : 0×0000000000000000 (0×0, 0×4, XIOTECH , 3BCC01C4)
- REPORT LUNs Query Response
LUN ID : 0×0000000000000000
- Nameserver Query Response
- WWPN : 20:00:00:1f:93:00:12:9e

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

VIC 1240 and SAN Troubleshooting

Hello Terry,

When did you run this command on the VIC adaptor ?

Are you booting from SAN or trying to access data luns from the OS ?

Once the OS driver ( fnic )  is loaded, it will login into the fabric.

Padma

New Member

VIC 1240 and SAN Troubleshooting

When did you run this command on the VIC adaptor ?

During the boot process.

Are you booting from SAN or trying to access data luns from the OS ?

Booting from SAN.

Cisco Employee

VIC 1240 and SAN Troubleshooting

Hi Terry

When you run the lunlist, and lunmap commands, what exactly do you get? From the output you provided, looks like the adapter

can see the lun and is plogi into the storage.

Is this a new install or the server has been working before?

Is the storage connected directly to the fabric interconnects, or through a SAN switch?

If you don't see anything when running these commands most likely there is a configuration issue.

Can you see the adapter flogi?

Can you see the vhbas' wwpn on the stotage or the switch?

New Member

VIC 1240 and SAN Troubleshooting

It seems I get this output while the server boots, but after it's fully running I don't get the anything. Is this the normal result?

Cisco Employee

VIC 1240 and SAN Troubleshooting

Hello Terry,

As mentioned in my earlier post, it is normal after OS boots up as HBA driver would login to the fabric once the OS loads on the RAM.

Padma

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