JohnOh1
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how to get the Storage ID within Power Path Admin. via the command line

On a client machine, within PowerPath Administrator, you can clearly see the Storage ID.
My question is, is there a way to get the same Storage ID from the command line without using the GUI PowerPath Administrator? My goal is to script a process that looks at all our guest servers and reports back the storage id that each server is currently hooked up to.
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dynamox
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Re: how to get the Storage ID within Power Path Admin. via the command line

powermt display dev=all ..would that work ? You can filter for system id.
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dynamox
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Re: how to get the Storage ID within Power Path Admin. via the command line

or "powermt display ports"
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JohnOh1
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Re: how to get the Storage ID within Power Path Admin. via the command line

Thank you! You're the best!
I believe I can get what I need out of the powermt command thanks to your insight... appreciate the help and information.

Thanks again.
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dynamox
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Re: how to get the Storage ID within Power Path Admin. via the command line

no problem John, welcome to EMC forums.
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SKT2
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Re: how to get the Storage ID within Power Path Admin. via the command line

what is "Wt_Q" in the ports o/p?
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dynamox
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Re: how to get the Storage ID within Power Path Admin. via the command line

Maximum number of write I/O requests that will be serviced before the I/O queue checks for any outstanding read I/O.
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xe2sdc
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Re: how to get the Storage ID within Power Path Admin. via the command line

JohnOh don't forget to mark Correct/Usefull replies. You'll help others in finding good answers to their questions. And you'll award points to Dynamox the great ;-)
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nikh8255
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Re: how to get the Storage ID within Power Path Admin. via the command line

I have the same question and  I still  couldnt  find any answer....plz help

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