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Registered: ‎04-23-2015

Proc_rqrd

 

I am getting mainframe channel detected errors for a path that connects through one of our DCX switches.  This is a FICON channel connecting to mainframe DASD, and all fiber has been scoped, cleaned, and tested.

 

Below are the results from porterrshow and portshow commands.  The only field showing anything is Proc_rqrd.  Does anyone know if this could be pointing to any known issue?

 

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porterrshow

184:  268.7m 313.6m   0      0      0      0      0      0      0      0      0      0      0      0      0      0      0      0

 

 

portshow

portIndex: 184
portName:
portHealth: HEALTHY

Authentication: None
portDisableReason: None
portCFlags: 0x1
portFlags: 0x1024b03     PRESENT ACTIVE F_PORT G_PORT U_PORT LOGICAL_ONLINE LOGIN NOELP LED ACCEPT FLOGI
LocalSwcFlags: 0x0
portType:  17.0
portState: 1    Online
Protocol: FC
portPhys:  6    In_Sync         portScn:   32   F_Port
port generation number:    28
state transition count:    16

portId:    10a800
portIfId:    43420800
portWwn:   xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

portWwn of device(s) connected:
        xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Distance:  normal
portSpeed: N8Gbps

Credit Recovery: Inactive
Aoq: Inactive
FAA: Inactive
F_Trunk: Inactive
LE domain: 0
FC Fastwrite: OFF
Interrupts:        0          Link_failure: 0          Frjt:         0
Unknown:           0          Loss_of_sync: 0          Fbsy:         0
Lli:               0          Loss_of_sig:  0
Proc_rqrd:         31         Protocol_err: 0
Timed_out:         0          Invalid_word: 0
Rx_flushed:        0          Invalid_crc:  0
Tx_unavail:        0          Delim_err:    0
Free_buffer:       0          Address_err:  0
Overrun:           0          Lr_in:        0
Suspended:         0          Lr_out:       0
Parity_err:        0          Ols_in:       0
2_parity_err:      0          Ols_out:      0
CMI_bus_err:       0

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Posts: 54
Registered: ‎07-08-2011

Re: Proc_rqrd

 

Does not point to any issues.

 

NOTE:

Proc_rqrd - Frames delivered for embedded N_Port processing.

Frequent Contributor
Posts: 141
Registered: ‎05-26-2009

Re: Proc_rqrd

I agree with Felix. For your original problem: It still could be a problem on an internal path or the last link towards the Z. What does the Z say in its own counters?

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