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Single PHY disabled on IOM

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Applies to

  • Fabric MetroCluster
  • ONTAP 9
  • DS224C
  • ATTO FB7600N

Issue

A single PHY is reported as 'DIS/INVWD' (disabled)
 
Example:
 
::> node run -node ClusterA-01 -command "storage show shelf"
 
...
Shelf name:    SiteA_SW1:11.shelf15
Shelf id:      15
Channel:       SiteA_SW1-1_SAN2:11
Module:        B
Shelf UID:     00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
Shelf S/N:     000000000000000
Term switch:   N/A
Shelf state:   ONLINE
Module state:  OK

               Partial Path   Link    Invalid   Running     Loss    Phy       CRC     Phy
Disk    Port   Timeout        Rate     DWord    Disparity   Dword   Reset     Error   Change
Id     State   Value (ms)    (Gb/s)    Count    Count       Count   Problem   Count   Count
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
...
[HST8] OK             7       12.0        0           0       0        0         0       3
[HST9] OK             7       12.0        0           0       0        0         0       3
[HST10] DIS/INVWD      7         NA   891967      889948       0        0         0       6
[HST11] OK             7       12.0        0           0       0        0         0       3
... 

 

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