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FC Port Flapping on ATTO Bridge 7500

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Applies to

  • MetroCluster FC
  • ONTAP 9
  • ATTO FibreBridge 7500N

Issue

Bridge                   Symbolic Name Monitored Status  By Vendor Model                 Bridge WWN        Secure
------------------------ ------------- --------- ------- ------- ------ --------------------- ----------------  ---------
ATTO_2000000000a0010    Bridge102fb2
                                       true      ok      in-band Atto   FibreBridge 7500N     2000000000a0010  false
ATTO_2000000000a00d20    Bridge202fb7
                                        true      error   in-band Atto   FibreBridge 7500N     2000000000a0020  false
get FCPortErrors all

; Fibre Channel Error Counts
; Port | Link Failures | Sync Loss | Signal Loss | Invalid Tx | Invalid CRC
;==========================================================================
   1            212446     1502160            80      3996267             0
   2                 1           4             0           54             0

 

Bridge Event Logs

0217CEB 09:26:12 04/23/24 INFO FC Async Event, Link Down, PTP/Fabric, 16Gb on FC Port 1

217CEC 09:26:12 04/23/24 INFO FC Port 1 Link Down detected.

217CED 09:26:12 04/23/24 INFO FC Loop Is Not Operational on FC Port 1

217CEE 09:26:17 04/23/24 INFO FC Async Event, Link Up, PTP/Fabric, 16Gb on FC Port 1 2

17CEF 09:26:17 04/23/24 INFO FC Port 1 Link Up. Rate: 16Gb, Topology: ptp.

217CF0 09:26:17 04/23/24 INFO FC Loop Is Operational on FC Port 1

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