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Show WWN on 11iv3 for EVA-5000 Active / Active

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Ian Dennison_1
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Show WWN on 11iv3 for EVA-5000 Active / Active

I know I can get this using Autopath but how can I get the WWN from the EVA LUN using native commands only? The command "ioscan -m lun" shows EVA Info but not the WWN.

Any takers? Share and Enjoy! Ian
Building a dumber user
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AnthonySN
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Re: Show WWN on 11iv3 for EVA-5000 Active / Active

did you try fcmsutil
Uwe Zessin
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Re: Show WWN on 11iv3 for EVA-5000 Active / Active

# fcmsutil /dev/ get remote all
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susanta_dutta
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Re: Show WWN on 11iv3 for EVA-5000 Active / Active

Hi Ian,
I guess, you are looking for WWN of EVA LUNs which are presented to HP-UX host. In that case use "EVAInfo"

EVAInfo is part of the sssu download. Here is the link for 9.1:
https://h20392.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/displayProductInfo.do?productNumber=CommandViewEVA9.1

Attached is an output of evainfo -a

Regards
Susanta
susanta_dutta
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Re: Show WWN on 11iv3 for EVA-5000 Active / Active

Sorry, did not notice your HP-UX version. In HP-UX 11iv3(11.31), "scsimgr get_info all_lun" provides information including WWID on all attached logical units.

Regards
Susanta
Ian Dennison_1
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Re: Show WWN on 11iv3 for EVA-5000 Active / Active

Uwe

Tried the "fcmsutil" but only got the WWN of the controller, not the disk WWNs.

Susanta

That was exactly the result I was after.

Thanks all. Share and Enjoy! Ian
Building a dumber user