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Cisco Bug: CSCut12646 - vHBA Template vsan id does not match vHBA Template

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Aug 31, 2015

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Computing System

Known Affected Releases

4.0(1b)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
VSAN ID does not match the vNIC defined VSAN ID from vHBA Template.
-Create a service profile.
-Add a vhba; note that 'default vsan' is selected.
-Check the box to select Use vHBA template, select appropriate template
-Apply service profile to server.
-UCS CLI command : con nx a|b; sh npv status -- shows the new vfc port as vsan 1 or default

Conditions:
Problem Description:
Appears to be a java problem where the vHBA template was used but the root prefs pane had a default vsan defined

FI-A(nxos)# sh npv status

npiv is enabled

disruptive load balancing is disabled

External Interfaces:
====================
  Interface:  fc2/1, VSAN:   10, FCID: 0x660200, State: Up

  Number of External Interfaces: 1

Server Interfaces:
==================
  Interface: vfc739, VSAN:   10, State: Up <-- Example of correctly functioning vhba circuit
  Interface: vfc1027, VSAN:    1, State: Waiting for External Interface <---- undefined vsan from vhba

  Number of Server Interfaces: 29

FI-A(nxos)# exit
FI-B# show service-profile circuit server 1/6
Service Profile: sp106
Server: 1/6
    Fabric ID: A
        Path ID: 1
        VIF        vNIC            Link State  Oper State Prot State    Prot Role   Admin Pin  Oper Pin   Transport
        ---------- --------------- ----------- ---------- ------------- ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------
              1023 vmnic0          Up          Active     No Protection Unprotected 0/0        0/0        Ether
              1025 vmnic2          Error       Error      No Protection Unprotected 0/0        0/0        Ether
             >> 1027 vhba0           Error       Error      No Protection Unprotected 0/0        0/0        Fc
              9219                 Error       Error      No Protection Unprotected 0/0        0/0        Ether
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