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 Post subject: 3PAR: Port WWN not found on FC Fabric
PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 7:31 am 

Joined: Thu Nov 09, 2017 5:48 am
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Hello,
I have 3PAR 7400c.
Service Processor 5.0.2.0-23974, 3PAR OS 3.3.1.215 (GA)+P01,P02,P04,P06,P13,P16

After executing the command "checkhealth -detail":
Code:
Host      Port:1:1:1            Port WWN not found on FC Fabric attached to Port:0:1:1                                             
Host      Port:0:1:2            Port WWN not found on FC Fabric attached to Port:1:1:2

Code:
showport
=====================================
N:S:P      Mode     State ----Node_WWN---- -Port_WWN/HW_Addr- Type Protocol       Label Partner FailoverState
0:1:1    target     ready 2FF70002AC015BCE   20110002AC015BCE host       FC c7000 b1 x1   1:1:1          none
0:1:2    target     ready 2FF70002AC015BCE   20120002AC015BCE host       FC c7000 b2 x2   1:1:2          none
1:1:1    target     ready 2FF70002AC015BCE   21110002AC015BCE host       FC c7000 b2 x1   0:1:1          none
1:1:2    target     ready 2FF70002AC015BCE   21120002AC015BCE host       FC c7000 b1 x2   0:1:2          none
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3PAR connected directly (Direct Attach) to the Virtual Connection:
Port 0:1:1 -> c7000 Bay1 Port X1
Port 0:1:2 -> c7000 Bay2 Port X2
Port 1:1:1 -> c7000 Bay2 Port X1
Port 1:1:2 -> c7000 Bay1 Port X2

All servers successfully apply profiles. In Windows all connected drives are visible.
What is this error and how fix it?

Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: 3PAR: Port WWN not found on FC Fabric
PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 8:10 am 

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Assuming Bay 1 is one Fabric and Bay 2 is another Fabric wouldn't Port 1:1:1 go into Bay 1 and Port 1:1:2 go into Bay 2 to match it's partner ports?


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 Post subject: Re: 3PAR: Port WWN not found on FC Fabric
PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 9:01 am 

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Wild guess, you've only booted one server?

Or not created the SAN-fabric in Virtual Connect to contain the X2 ports.

I assume you've read this (scenario 6):
http://h20628.www2.hpe.com/km-ext/kmcsd ... 940-16.pdf


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 Post subject: Re: 3PAR: Port WWN not found on FC Fabric
PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 12:09 pm 

Joined: Thu Nov 09, 2017 5:48 am
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MammaGutt wrote:
Wild guess, you've only booted one server?
Or not created the SAN-fabric in Virtual Connect to contain the X2 ports.
I assume you've read this (scenario 6):
http://h20628.www2.hpe.com/km-ext/kmcsd ... 940-16.pdf
Thank you, I'll take a look tomorrow.
Noss wrote:
Assuming Bay 1 is one Fabric and Bay 2 is another Fabric wouldn't Port 1:1:1 go into Bay 1 and Port 1:1:2 go into Bay 2 to match it's partner ports?
Thank you,
Bay1 - Fabric A
Bay2 - Fabric B
I'll try your method tomorrow.


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 Post subject: Re: 3PAR: Port WWN not found on FC Fabric
PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 12:56 am 

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Noss wrote:
Assuming Bay 1 is one Fabric and Bay 2 is another Fabric wouldn't Port 1:1:1 go into Bay 1 and Port 1:1:2 go into Bay 2 to match it's partner ports?
You were right!
I reconnected the ports and the error went away.

Now:
Port 0:1:1 -> c7000 Bay1 (Fabric A) Port X1
Port 0:1:2 -> c7000 Bay2 (Fabric B) Port X1
Port 1:1:1 -> c7000 Bay1 (Fabric A) Port X2
Port 1:1:2 -> c7000 Bay2 (Fabric B) Port X2

Thanks for help!


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