07-14-2010 01:50 AM
I have just bought a pair of 5100 switches 24 ports are licensed and have 8gb gbics installed
these have come with version 6.3.1a FOS installed
When I try to add them to my San Health fabric set, San Health telnets too them and reports the switches it sees but never adds the new switches
I have another pair of 5100s running FOS 6.1.1a which can be added and removed without problem
The version of San Health is 3.2.1a
Does anyone know what the issue may be ?
07-14-2010 09:53 AM
As FOS evolves, SAN Health has to keep up with it. FOS 6.3.1a on a 5100 is new and responds to SAN Health in a new way. We usually make all the necessary changes and adjustments before new FOS goes GA during our QA testing, but this problem slipped through the cracks.
We will likely need to release a patch to the current version of SAN Health which is 3.2.1a. This should be made available within the next 3 weeks at http://brocade.com/sanhealth.
08-15-2010 06:55 PM
I also have this same problem. It is now 16th of August and the only version
of SAN Health on the downloads page is still version 3.2.1a. Is there a bug
fix available for this at all? I have also emailed you about this to the above
shadmin email address.
08-16-2010 05:25 AM
send them mail again requesting quick reply, you will get it . anyway they have said that they are adding a new patch. then you have to wait and download .
08-16-2010 02:06 PM
We have not seen an email come in to email@example.com from you. We do our best to reply quickly to customer emails. Please resend the email, if you would.
We have a version of SAN Health coming out in the next day or so that will fix this issue. It will be 3.2.2 at http://brocade.com/sanhealth. If you need it sooner, please rewrite to us at shadmin and we will send it to you.
08-16-2010 07:44 PM
I sent the mail message and it was responded to with the link to the new 3.22 software
that hadn't appeared on the web page. I have upgraded from 3.21a to this and now it discovers
the new switches with the 6.3.1a FOS just fine.
Thanks to everyone for the assistance. Keep up the good work with SAN Health, it
is a great and very valuable tool.