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Old 07-16-2008
State information from fcinfo

Hi,

I'm trying to monitor the status of HBA's using fcinfo. Can someone tell me what other states exist? I've searched everywhere but every single output example from fcinfo command has the "state: online". I'm hoping that there are more states than either online and offline (something like faulty or error).

Thanks
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Old 07-17-2008
You your FC is connect to an EMC storage, powermt display dev=all gives better information
If not, using “-l” option with fcinfo will also print link statistics (e.g., link failure, signal loss, etc.):

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