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December 7th, 2016 18:00

Hi

I see a weird issue with some of the VM's, the guest OS is corrupted. and on SAN Switch i see the error.

2016.12.07 21:08:09  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc11/2

2016.12.07 21:08:09  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc10/6

2016.12.07 21:08:09  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc11/2

2016.12.07 21:08:10  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc12/6

2016.12.07 21:08:10  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc11/2

2016.12.07 21:08:10  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc13/6

2016.12.07 21:08:10  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc11/3

2016.12.07 21:08:10  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc11/3

2016.12.07 21:08:10  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc11/2

2016.12.07 21:08:10  ERROR model.Fabric - fabricMembersChanged FcPortBase NOT found Cisco_20:00:00:05:73:ee:6b:80 / fc13/6

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December 7th, 2016 23:00

I hope you are well ?

I have never seen this error before.... If you like, I could do a quick design check-up and take a look for possible configuration issues?

Therefore, I would need the data collection according to the collection guide bellow - Swen.Jung@Dell.com

Best regards,

Swen

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Connectrix MDS 9000

Basic Design Check-Up


Data Collections Guide



Introduction

This document gives steps by step instructions on how to collect the data needed from an existing MDS 9000 SAN environment to enable a fabric configuration suggestions report to be put together.

The primary tool for gathering all data is the Data Center Network Manager for SAN (DCNM-SAN). You should set up the DCNM software, including enclosure and aliases before gathering any data.

Data Collection

The following collections need to be completed for all fabrics within the SAN.

Fabric Information

Map Image

To provide an overview, export the Map Image of the environment.

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Switch Configuration Files

Use the Tool “Run CLI Commands…” to get the output from “show run all” from all switches.

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SAN Information

Use the Logical Domains or Physical Attributes window to collect required fabric, switch and connection information.

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Switches & SAN Summary

  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > Switches
    • Export to file /SAN--Switches.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > Summary
    • Export to file /SAN--Summary.txt

Inventory & Licenses

  • Chose DCNM  > Physical Attributes > Switches > Hardware > Inventory
    • Export to file /SAN--Switches-Hardware.txt
  • Chose DCNM > Physical Attributes > Switches > Hardware > Power Supplies
    • Export to file /SAN--Switches-Hardware-Power Supplies.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Physical Attributes > Switches > Licenses > Feature Usage
    • Export to file /SAN--Switches-Licenses.txt

Inter Switch Links / Port Channels

  • Chose DCNM  > Physical Attributes > ISLs > Summary
    • Export to file /SAN--ISLs.txt
  • Chose DCNM > Physical Attributes > ISLs > Bb Credit
    • Export to file /SAN--ISLs-Bb Credit.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Physical Attributes > ISLs > Trunk Config
    • Export to file /SAN--ISLs-Trunk Config.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Physical Attributes > ISLs > Port Channels > Channels
    • Export to file /SAN--ISLs-Port Channels.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Physical Attributes > ISLs > Port Channels > Protocol
    • Export to file /SAN--ISLs-Port Channels-Protocol.txt

FC Interfaces – Physical & Fabric Login

  • Chose DCNM  > Physical Attributes > FC Interfaces > Physical > General
    • Export to file /SAN--Switches-FC Interfaces-Physical.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Physical Attributes > FC Interfaces > Physical > FLOGI
    • Export to file /SAN--Switches-FC Interfaces-Physical-FLOGI.txt

Virtual-SANs and Domain Manager

Use the Logical Domains window to gather all VSAN related information for the health check.

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VSAN & Domain Configuration

  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > All VSANs > Attributes
    • Export to file /SAN--All VSANs.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > All VSANs > Global Zone Policies
    • Export to file /SAN--All VSANs-Global Zone Policies.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > All VSANs > Domain Manager > Running
    • Export to file /SAN--All VSANs-Domain Manager.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > All VSANs > Domain Manager > Configuration
    • Export to file /SAN--All VSANs-Domain Manager-Configuration.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > All VSANs > Domain Manager > Persistent Setup
    • Export to file /SAN--All VSANs-Domain Manager-Persistent  Setup.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > All VSANs > Domain Manager > Statistics
    • Export to file /SAN--All VSANs-Domain Manager-Statistics.txt

Zone Status & Policies

The following collections need to be completed for all VSANs.

  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > [VSAN] > [ZoneSet] > Status
    • Export to file /SAN--<[VSAN]>--Status.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > [VSAN] > [ZoneSet] > Policies
    • Export to file /SAN--<[VSAN]>--Policies.txt
  • Chose DCNM  > Logical Domains > DataCenter > [Fabric] > [VSAN] > [ZoneSet] > Enhanced
    • Export to file /SAN--[VSAN]-[MyZoneset]-Enhanced.txt

Feedback

I would like to hear any feedback you may have:

Swen Jung

Senior Systems Engineer

Dell EMC | Primary Storage

Swen.Jung@Dell.com

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