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Host Multipath Driver Incorrect by host MPIO miss one path

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Applies to

E-series

Issue

  • System reports Host Multipath Driver Incorrect.
  • Host is connected with storage directly.
  • One path is missed in MPIO of host.
  • Current data rate of one FC port is degraded.

Host interface: Fibre
Host Interface Card(HIC): Baseboard
Channel: 1
Port: 0a
Current ID: Not applicable/0xFFFFFFFF
Preferred ID: 4/0xE1
NL-Port ID: 0x000000
Maximum data rate: 16 Gbps
Current data rate: 16 Gbps
Data rate control: Auto
Link status: Up
Topology: Point-to-Point
World-wide port identifier: 20:13:00:a0:xx:xx:xx:xx
World-wide node identifier: 20:02:00:a0:xx:xx:xx:xx
Part type: QL-EP8324 revision 2
Data Assurance (DA) capable: Yes

Host interface: Fibre
Host Interface Card(HIC): Baseboard
Channel: 2
Port: 0b
Current ID: Not applicable/0xFFFFFFFF
Preferred ID: 5/0xE0
NL-Port ID: 0x000000
Maximum data rate: 16 Gbps
Current data rate: 8 Gbps
Data rate control: Auto
Link status: Up
Topology: Point-to-Point
World-wide port identifier: 20:23:00:a0:xx:xx:xx:xx
World-wide node identifier: 20:02:00:a0:xx:xx:xx:xx
Part type: QL-EP8324 revision 2
Data Assurance (DA) capable: Yes

 

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