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SAN Health Check with virtual fabrics?

I just tried to run a SAN Health Check but it failed to get most data because I'm using virtual fabrics, is there a way to make it aware of the virtual fabrics?

Four switches, each with four virtual fabrics, 128 as the chassis, 10 for the ISL layer, then 20 and 30 for host devices.  Two switches have all of their ports dedicated to fabric 20, two to 30, the switches are all interconnected with ISL's.

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Registered: ‎08-12-2009

Re: SAN Health Check with virtual fabrics?

James,

There are a few posts on these forums pertaining to this configuration. Summary: configure a local admin account on the logical switch. Then configure SAN Health to login to the default (128), 10, 20 and 30 using the local admin account for each LS.

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Re: SAN Health Check with virtual fabrics?

Moved to SAN Health...

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Mike Eversole
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Re: SAN Health Check with virtual fabrics?

Hi James,

Please see the long form answer in the SAN Health Online Help page for virtual fabrics at http://community.brocade.com/docs/DOC-2859.  Please see all the SAN Health Online Help at http://community.brocade.com/docs/DOC-2662.  Let us know if you have any questions here or at shadmin@brocade.com.

Cheers,

HealthAdmin

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