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NVMe-oF port is down with adapter status startup

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Applies to

ONTAP 9

NVMe-oF

Issue

  • Port 1a was down with operational status as – startup

marvelcluster::> network fcp adapter show -node marvelcluster-01
                      Connection  Port    Admin
Operational
Node         Adapter  Established Address Status   Status
------------ -------- ----------- ------- --------
---------------
marvelcluster-01
             0e       false       0       up       link not connected
marvelcluster-01

             0f       false       0       up       link not connected
marvelcluster-01
             0g       true        10100   up       online
marvelcluster-01
             0h       true        890122  up       online
marvelcluster-01
             1a       false       0       up       startup
marvelcluster-01
             1b       true        a0de0   up       online
marvelcluster-01
             2a       true        10400   up       online
marvelcluster-01
             2b       true        12300   up       online

  • FCP SRAMP was dumped for adapter reset, however the port was stuck in resetting state :

slot 1: Fibre Channel Target Host Adapter 1a
                (Emulex LPe32000 (LPe32002) rev. 12, <RESETTING>)
                Board Name:        111-03249
                Serial Number:     FC81950778
                Firmware rev:      12.4.320.0
                Host Port Addr:    000000
                FC Nodename:       50:0a:09:80:80:33:01:c1 (500a0980803301c1)
                FC Portname:       50:0a:09:81:80:33:01:c1 (500a0981803301c1)
                Connection:        No link
                Switch Port:       SWG620-16-14:39
  SFP Vendor Name:   AVAGO
  SFP Vendor P/N:    AFBR-57G5MZ-ELX
  SFP Vendor Rev:
  SFP Serial No.:    AD1748G01FX
  SFP Connector:     LC
  SFP Capabilities:  8, 16, 32 Gbit/Sec

 

 

 

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