Operating Systems AIX VIOS - fibre adapters not seeing luns Post 302903346 by -=XrAy=- on Tuesday 27th of May 2014 04:38:50 AM

here some hints:

- Did you used the same switch ports in the data center?
- (if not) Did you checked the speed, fillword, NPIV settings for the used switch ports?
- See your storage admin your wwns as 'logged in'?
- Maybe you musst reenable a logged out server adapter on storage level (i don't know which Storage you use)

Can you please post the output from following commands:
fcstat <fcsX>        # for both adapters
lscfg -vl <hdiskX>   # for one of the disk with a failed path


Last edited by -=XrAy=-; 05-27-2014 at 06:48 AM.. Reason: add commands
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