I ran into a weird issue where in some of my clusters (running ontap 9.1P9/P12 most of them) the command "fcp adapter show -fields switch-port" (or node run -node * sysconfig -v [slot])
doesn't show information regarding the port the fc adapter is connected to at the san switch side (cisco mds for that matter)
I couldn't find a connection between versions of the san switches or anything else.
has anyone ran into the same issue? somebody solved that?
Forgot to mention that I tried to run "system node run -node *n1* priv set diag; fcp reset <adapter>" and it didn't help.
DId the switch enabled cdp to show CDP information for all Cisco products connected to the switch..?
Did you try cmd "fcp show adapter -v"
It should display something like below with switch port information
system1> fcp show adapter –v 4a
Description: Fibre Channel Target Adapter 4a (Dual-channel, QLogic CNA 8112 (8152) rev. 2)
Status: ONLINE Host Port Address: 0x98d601 Firmware Rev: 5.3.4 MPI
Firmware Rev: 1.38.0 PHY Firmware
FC VLAN ID: 5
FC Nodename: 50:0a:09:80:87:69:68:5a (500a09808769685a)
FC Portname: 50:0a:09:81:87:69:68:5a (500a09818769685a)
Cacheline Size: 16
FC Packet Size: 2048
SRAM Parity: Yes
External GBIC: No
Data Link Rate: 10 GBit
Adapter Type: Local
Fabric Established: Yes
Connection Established: PTP
Partner Adapter: None
Target Port ID: 0x1
Switch Port: brcddcx_rtp02:214
Physical Link Rate: 10 GBit
Physical Link Status: LINK UP
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