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er_type2_miss seeing these error Brocade running in AG mode

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Brocade running v6.3.1_dcb5 connected to upstrem cisco MDS fabric , the fillword is set to mode 3.

 

Can we igonre these errors? This port is an N port (FROM BLADE chassis switch FC to Cisco FABRIC).

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Re: er_type2_miss seeing these error Brocade running in AG mode

Hello,

 

In the case of a few sts_ftb_type2_miss - It is possible that when a device goes offline, the entry will be removed from the ASIC, but the inflight frames from other switches could get dropped. This is similar to unroutable/dest_unreachable frame errors when a port goes offline all of a sudden. It doesn’t indicate a problem so seeing a few of these in the logs is fine.

 

Does counter increment continuously?

 

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Re: er_type2_miss seeing these error Brocade running in AG mode

Yes not much , but they are slowly incrementing, but I don't see any F ports ( blades ) going offline and nor the N port ( Brocade AG NPIV PORT) is offline though?
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Re: er_type2_miss seeing these error Brocade running in AG mode

Do you have any issue on the concerned fabric?

Can you provide a portstatsshow of the concerned ports?

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