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Periodic notification for FCP SRAM DUMP on two ports

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Applies to

  • ONTAP  9
  • FCP
  • Cisco Switch 

Issue

  • Periodic reset known as FCP dump of FCP target adapter impacting two ports
  • Event Log show:
slifc_timeout_1: fci.device.quiesce:debug]: Adapter 1d encountered a command timeout on Disk device Switch x LUN y
slifc_timeout_1: fci.device.timeout:debug]: HBA 1d encountered a device timeout on Disk device Switch x LUN y
slifc_intrd: scsi.cmd.abortedByHost:error]: Disk device x Command aborted by host adapter
slifc_intrd: scsi.cmd.retrySuccess:debug]: Disk device z request successful after retry
fct_tpd_thread_6: scsitarget.fcp.dump:debug]: FCP target SRAM dump generated for adapter 10a, FW Initiated Dump
fct_tpd_thread_6: scsitarget.hwpfct.errorReset:notice]: An error was encountered in the FC target driver on Fibre Channel target adapter 10a. The adapter will be automatically reset to clear the status
fct_tpd_thread_7: scsitarget.hwpfct.errorReset:notice]: An error was encountered in the FC target driver on Fibre Channel target adapter 10b. The adapter will be automatically reset to clear the status
fct_tpd_thread_7: fcp.io.status:debug]: STIO Adapter 10b resetting with  ITNs and commands to drain
fct_tpd_thread_7: scsitarget.fct.reset:notice]: Resetting Fibre Channel target adapter 10b.
fct_tpd_thread_6: scsitarget.hwpfct.dump.saved:notice]: A dump for adapter 10a was stored in /etc/log/abc.dmp.gz.
  • show logging logs from Cisco switch show link resets:
FC-xx %PORT-5-IF_DOWN_LINK_FAILURE: %$VSAN 1%$ Interface fc1/xx is down (Link failure loss of signal)  
FC-xx %PORT-5-IF_UP: %$VSAN 1%$ Interface fc1/20 is up in mode F   
FC-xx %PORT-5-IF_DOWN_LINK_FAILURE: %$VSAN 1%$ Interface fc1/xx is down (Link failure loss of signal)  
FC-xx %PORT-5-IF_UP: %$VSAN 1%$ Interface fc1/xx is up 
 

 

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