I need to know what are the storages attached to some of our corporate servers. I run this command from the server only to get a list of WWNs :
How do I use the WWNs above to find out the storage that is attached to the server?
For example, the storages that are available for us are like EVA8K, EVA4K, and EMC. These storages of course have their own IP addresses. How do I match the WWNs above and figure out which one of the storages we have is attached to it?
You can review the "List of OUIs commonly seen as WWN Company Identifiers" in Wikipedia
in your case
the code 01FE have references to EVA storage, the rest of WWN must be related the system serial number and the port used to map storage to servers, only need review these values on the administration console or may be in the SAN Switches.
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The brief details of the architecture:
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