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fcvi.qlgc.qpErr: FC-VI adapter: FCVI driver on port x received QP Error

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Fabric Attached MetroCluster
  • Brocade storage switches

Issue

  • Following errors are reported in event logs:

fcvi.qlgc.qpErr: FC-VI adapter: FCVI driver on port X received QP Error. QP name = Control, QP
index = 0x1, VI state = Error(state code = 0x3), sub-error = Message ID error(OOD)(error code = 0x6). Remote node's system id =x. This error has occured X times.

  • Brocade switch reports errors on the affected port in the output of portterrshow command:

porterrshow        :
          frames      enc    crc    crc    too   enc   disc   link   loss   loss   frjt   fbsy  c3timeout   pcs    uncor
       tx     rx      in    err    g_eof  shrt   out   c3    fail    sync   sig                  tx    rx    err    err
  2:    2.1g   1.1g   0      0      0      0     0     64      2      0      2      0      0      0      0     0      0
  3:    2.3g 352.2m   0      4      4      0     0      8.7k  28.7k   1     28.6k   0      0      8.7k   5     1.2k   0

  • Brocade switch reports low TX power for the affected port in the output of sfpshow command:

sfpshow -all :

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Port  3:
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Current:     10.450  mAmps
Voltage:     3306.4  mVolts
RX Power:    -2.7    dBm (534.3uW)
TX Power:    -6.3    dBm (234.6 uW)

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