04-12-2019 05:13 AM
--->>>But at which version?
instead to discuss here about any BUG, you say to have a SAN-Health report.
in the report are all license listed.
at this point the answer ist very simple, check the SH and re-install the license with the command licenseadd
04-12-2019 05:40 AM
Both 5100 are at v7.4.2c, and 5300 are at v7.4.2d. I do not know if it depends of hardware type but was I have done.
Switech are not harware rebooted but upgraded from 6.4.3 to 7.4.2 and nothing happend - stil 8g sfp was working as 8g. Than I move it to nowe location. This enforce poweroff and on. Just after poweron switch become 4g - stoped recognize 8g sfp.
Yes I have old SAN-Health reports. The licenses numbers are the same. Reinstalling licenses is a promising step, but just use licenseadd (maen overwrite) or first licenseremove and then add? Which licenses key? All? Reboot switch or not?
Here are my licenses:
Fabric Watch (Fabric Vision capable) license
Extended Fabric license
Performance Monitor (Fabric Vision capable) license
First Ports on Demand license - additional 8 port upgrade license
Second Ports on Demand license - additional 8 port upgrade license
04-12-2019 05:58 AM
--->>>The licenses numbers are the same.
you are very HARD!
the output you post is from licenseshow.
you have to have a look in the SAN-health in LICENSE SUMMARY
you insist the switch was License for 8GigFC, at this point you should find the license key in SH.
you need only to install the missing 8GigFC license
|Switch Name||License Name||License Key||License Name||License Key||License Name||License Key|
04-12-2019 06:47 AM - edited 04-12-2019 06:47 AM
I've not find nothing significant in logs, as there is no device attached to the port 0 the speed negotiation did not occured.
After change speed port is marked as faulty.
Thu Apr 11 10:26:30 2019 10:26:30.820 PORT scn 0 4 00000000,00000000,00000800 ---> Port is marked faulty (probably SFP not inserted) 10:26:44.559 SPEE sn 0 NC 00000008,00000000,00000000 ---> Negotiation Complete Stage | Negotiation complete to 8Gb 10:26:44.559 INTR pstate 0 OL1 ---> Offline: OLS transmit state 10:26:44.565 INTR pstate 0 AC ---> Active state 10:26:51.147 INTR pstate 0 OL1 ---> Offline: OLS transmit state 10:26:51.151 PORT scn 0 22 00010002,4302000f,00000001 ---> PORT_SCN_ERR_NO_LIGHT | Switch state change notification 10:26:51.151 PORT scn 0 5 00000000,00000000,00000002 ---> Port is an E_Port | Port state change notification 10:26:54.362 PORT scn 0 6 00000000,00000001,00000001 ---> Port is Fabric aware port (F or FL) | Switch state change notification 10:26:54.481 PORT scn 0 6 00000000,00000000,00000001 ---> Port is Fabric aware port (F or FL) | Switch state change notification Fri Apr 12 13:36:47 2019 -------------- CHANGE TO 8GB 13:36:47.539 PORT scn 0 6 00000000,00000000,00000004 -------> Port is Fabric aware port (F or FL) | Cant find 00000004 in docu 13:36:47.539 PORT scn 0 22 00000005,4302000f,00000001 -------> CFG_CHANGED | PORT_SCN_ERR_FAULT| Switch state change notification 13:36:47.539 PORT scn 0 5 00000000,00000000,00000002 -------> Port is an E_Port| Port state change notification 13:36:47.539 PORT scn 0 1 00000005,4302000f,00000002 -------> Port is online (in active state)|PORT_SCN_ERR_FAULT | Port state change notification 13:36:47.539 PORT scn 0 22 00000005,4302000f,00000001 -------> CFG_CHANGED| PORT_SCN_ERR_FAULT| Switch state change notification --------------- CHANGE TO 4GB 13:37:55.765 PORT scn 0 1 00000001,00000000,00001000 ---- PORT ONLINE 13:37:56.039 PORT scn 0 6 00000000,00000000,00000001 ---- Port is Fabric aware port (F or FL) | Switch state change notification
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