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Fibre Channel Switch

Event Message Guide

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Information furnished in this manual is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, QLogic Corporation assumes no responsibility for its use, nor for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. QLogic Corporation reserves the right to change product specifications at any time without notice. Applications described in this document for any of these products are for illustrative purposes only. QLogic Corporation makes no representation nor warranty that such applications are suitable for the specified use without further testing or modification. QLogic Corporation assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this document.

QLogic, QuickTools, SANbox, SANblade, and Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 are trademarks or registered trademarks of QLogic Corporation.

All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Document Revision History

Release, Revision A, April 2008

Firmware version 7.4

© 2008 QLogic Corporation. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

First Published: April 2004

QLogic Corporation, 26650 Aliso Viejo Parkway, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656, (800) 662-4471 or (949) 389-6000

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Table of Contents

1

Introduction

 

 

Intended Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-1

 

Related Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-1

 

Technical Support. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-2

 

Availability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-2

 

Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-2

 

Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-3

2

Events and Event Logging

 

 

Understanding Severity Levels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-1

 

Displaying Events using the Event Browser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-2

 

Displaying the Events Using the Command Line Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-2

 

Configuring the Event Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-4

 

Archiving and Downloading the Event Log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-4

 

Configuring Port Alarm Thresholds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Event Messages

 

 

Fault Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Alarm Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Critical Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Warning Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Informative Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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1 Introduction

This manual describes the alarm messages for QLogic Fibre Channel switches. This manual is organized as follows:

Section 1 describes the intended audience, related materials, and technical support.

Section 2 describes event logging concepts, including definitions of severity levels, how to configure the event log, how to display the event log, and how to download the event log from the switch.

Section 3 describes the message format and lists the messages.

Intended Audience

This manual is for Storage Area Network (SAN) administrators to provide a reference for switch alarm messages, their meanings, and follow up actions.

Related Materials

The Fibre Channel Standards are available from:

Global Engineering Documents 15 Inverness Way East Englewood, CO 80112-5776

Phone: (800) 854-7179 or (303) 397-7956 Fax: (303) 397-2740

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Technical Support

Customers should contact their authorized maintenance provider for technical support of their QLogic switch products. QLogic-direct customers may contact QLogic Technical Support; others will be redirected to their authorized maintenance provider.

Visit the QLogic support Web site listed in Contact Information for the latest firmware and software updates.

Availability

QLogic Technical Support for products under warranty is available during local standard working hours excluding QLogic Observed Holidays.

Training

QLogic offers certification training for the technical professional for both the SANblade™ HBAs and the QLogic switches. From the training link at www.qlogic.com, you may choose Electronic-Based Training or schedule an intensive "hands-on" Certification course.

Technical Certification courses include installation, maintenance and troubleshooting QLogic SAN products. Upon demonstrating knowledge using live equipment, QLogic awards a certificate identifying the student as a Certified Professional. The training professionals at QLogic may be reached by email at tech.training@qlogic.com.

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Technical Support

Contact Information

Support Headquarters

 

QLogic Corporation

 

 

4601 Dean Lakes Boulevard

 

 

Shakopee, MN 55379

 

 

USA

 

 

 

QLogic Web Site

 

www.qlogic.com

 

 

 

Technical Support Web Site

 

http://support.qlogic.com

 

 

 

Technical Support Email

 

support@qlogic.com

 

 

 

Technical Training Email

 

tech.training@qlogic.com

 

 

North American Region

 

 

 

Email

 

support@qlogic.com

 

 

 

Phone

 

+1-952-932-4040

 

 

Europe, Middle East, and Africa Region

 

 

 

Email

 

emeasupport@qlogic.com

 

 

 

Phone Numbers by Language

 

+353 1 6924960 - English

 

 

+353 1 6924961 - Français

 

 

+353 1 6924962 - Deutsch

 

 

+353 1 6924963 - Español

 

 

+353 1 6924964 - Português

 

 

+353 1 6924965 - Italiano

 

 

 

 

Asia Pacific Region

 

 

 

Email

 

apacsupport@qlogic.com

 

 

 

Phone Numbers by Language

 

+63-2-885-6712 - English

 

 

+63-2-885-6713 - (Mandarin)

 

 

+63-2-885-6714 - (Japanese)

 

 

+63-2-885-6715 - (Korean)

 

 

Latin and South America Region

 

 

 

Email

 

calasupport@qlogic.com

 

 

 

Phone Numbers by Language

 

+52 55 5278 7016 - English

 

 

+52 55 5278 7017 - Español

 

 

+52 55 5278 7015 - Português

 

 

 

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Messages originate from the switch, from Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007, or from the QuickTools web applet in response to events that occur in the fabric. This chapter describes the following topics:

Understanding Severity Levels

Displaying Events using the Event Browser

Displaying the Events Using the Command Line Interface

Configuring the Event Log

Archiving and Downloading the Event Log

Configuring Port Alarm Thresholds

Understanding Severity Levels

Events are classified by the following severity levels:

 

Table 2-1. Event Serverity Levels

 

 

Severity Level

Description

 

 

Fault

Describes events that may require assistance from your autho-

 

rized maintenance provider. Each fault event has a corresponding

 

alarm message.

 

 

Alarm

Describes events that are disruptive to the administration or oper-

 

ation of a fabric and require administrator intervention. Alarms are

 

always logged and always displayed on the screen. Alarm thresh-

 

olds can be defined for certain port errors, allowing you to custom-

 

ize the point at which an alarm will be generated.

 

 

Critical

Describes events that are generally disruptive to the administra-

 

tion or operation of the fabric, but require no action.

 

 

Warning

Describes events that are generally not disruptive to the adminis-

 

tration or operation of the fabric, but are more important than the

 

informative level events.

 

 

Informative

Describes routine events associated with a normal fabric.

 

 

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Displaying Events using the Event Browser

Both Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 and QuickTools have an event browser that displays a list of events generated by the switches in the fabric and by the applications themselves. Event browser messages are permanently discarded when you close an Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 or QuickTools session; however, you can save these events to a file on the workstation before you close the session and read the file later with a text editor or browser.

The information in the event browsers is presented in the following order: severity, time, source, type, and description of the event. The maximum number of entries allowed on a switch is 1,200. Both the Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 and QuickTools event browser can contain a maximum of 10,000 event messages. Once the maximum is reached, the event list wraps, and the oldest events in the event list are deleted.

Event browser entries from the switch use the switch time stamp. Event browser entries from Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 and QuickTools use the management station and workstation time stamps, respectively. You can filter and sort the contents of both event browsers.

The Event Browser begins recording when enabled and Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 or QuickTools is running. If the Event Browser is enabled using the Preferences dialog, the next time Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 or QuickTools is started, all events from the switch log will be displayed. If the Event Browser is disabled when Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 or QuickTools is started and later enabled, only those events from the time the Event Browser was enabled and forward will be displayed.

Displaying the Events Using the Command Line

Interface

When you log into a switch through Telnet, the command line interface automatically displays the alarm history. You can use the Show Alarm or Show Log command to display the alarm history at any time. New alarm messages are displayed in the command stream as they occur.

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In the CLI, each message has the following format:

[ordinal][time_stamp][severity][source][message_ID][message_text]

 

Table 2-2. Event Log Message Format

 

 

Component

Description

 

 

[ordinal]

A number assigned to each message in sequence since that last

 

time the alarm history was cleared.

[time_stamp]

The time the alarm was issued in the format

 

day-month-hh:mm:ss:ms-yyyy. This time stamp comes from the

 

switch for events that originate with the switch, and from the

 

workstation for events that originate from Enterprise Fabric Suite

 

2007.

 

 

[severity]

The event severity: A–Alarm, C–Critical, W–Warning, I–Informa-

 

tive.

[source]

The program module or application that generated the event.

 

Sources include Zoning, Switch, PortApp, EPort, Management

 

Server. Alarms do not include the source.

 

 

[message_ID]

A number that identifies the message using the following format:

 

category.message_number

[message_text]

The alarm message text

Here is a sample of an informative-level message from the Switch source:

[1][Wed May 26 12:30:29.965 UTC 2004][I][8400.0022][Switch][Successful login user (snmp@IB-session6) with admin privilege]

For more information about the CLI commands, refer to the Command Line Interface Guide for your switch.

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Configuring the Event Log

You can customize what events are recorded in the switch event log using the Set Log command. With the Set Log command, you can filter the events to be recorded by component, specific ports, and severity level. You can choose from the following component events:

E_Port events

Management server events

Name server events

Port events

Switch management events

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) events

Zoning events

For more information about the CLI commands, refer to the Command Line Interface Guide for your switch.

Archiving and Downloading the Event Log

You can use the CLI to create a file on the switch that contains the most recent 1200 entries. This file can then be downloaded to the workstation using FTP. To create and download a log file, do the following:

1.Log into the switch through Telnet and create an archive of the event log using the Set Log Archive command.

SANbox #> admin start

SANbox (admin) #> set log archive

This creates a file on the switch named logfile.

2.Open an FTP session on the switch and login with the account name images and password images. Transfer the file logfile in binary mode with the Get command.

>ftp ip_address user:images password: images

ftp>bin ftp>get logfile

xxxxx bytes sent in xx secs. ftp>quit

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Configuring Port Alarm Thresholds

Configuring Port Alarm Thresholds

You can configure the switch to generate alarms for selected events. Configuring an alarm involves choosing an event type, rising and falling triggers, a sample window, and finally enabling or disabling the alarm. You can configure port alarm thresholds for the following port events using Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 or the CLI:

Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) errors

Decode errors

Inter-switch Link (ISL) connections

Device logins

Device logouts

Loss-of-signal errors

To configure port threshold alarms using Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007, do the following:

1.Open the Switch menu in the faceplate display, and select Port Threshold Alarm Configuration.

2.The Port Threshold Alarm Configuration dialog prompts you to enable or disable all alarms, select an event, set triggers, set a sample window and enable or disable an individual alarm. For more information, refer to the

Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 User Guide for your switch.

To configure port threshold alarms using the command line interface, use the Set Config Threshold command. For more information, refer to the Command Line Interface Guide for your switch.

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This section lists event messages from the command line interface and Enterprise Fabric Suite 2007 in message ID sequence by the following severity levels:

Fault Events

Alarm Events

Critical Events

Warning Events

Informative Events

You can look up a message by its message ID or by searching for the message text. If the message you are looking for does not appear in this section, contact your authorized maintenance provider.

Fault Events

The following fault messages apply only to SANbox 9000 series switches. Fault events, like alarms, require administrator attention and may require assistance from your authorized maintenance provider.

AC_FAULT

 

Meaning:

AC power may be unplugged or switched off.

AUX_PORT_ERROR

 

Meaning:

At least one internal FC link is not functional.

FAN_FAULT_DETECTED

 

Meaning:

Fan blade reports an internal fault.

FAN_FLOW_MISMATCH

 

Meaning:

Incompatible air flow directions (FAN0, FAN1, PS0, PS1)

FAN0_MISSING

 

Meaning:

FAN0 is not installed.

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FAN1_MISSING

 

Meaning:

FAN1 is not installed.

FW_APP_FAIL

 

Meaning:

Internal application failure.

FW_APP_PEER_FAULT

 

Meaning:

Application declared an error communicating with other CPU.

FW_APP_SELF_FAULT

 

Meaning:

Application declared an internal fault.

FW_APP_STARTUP_FAIL

 

Meaning:

Application is unable to complete startup processing.

FW_FILE_SYSTEM_REMADE

Meaning:

A Remake Filesystem command was performed in maintenance

 

mode.

FW_FT_APP_REG_FAIL

 

Meaning:

Application is unable to register with Fault Tolerant (FT) manager.

FW_FT_APP_SYNC_FAIL

 

Meaning:

Failure to synchronize data to the secondary CPU blade.

FW_FT_CPU_FAILOVER_FAILED

Meaning:

Unable to complete failover process.

FW_FT_NO_ABDICATE_REPLY

Meaning:

Unable to failover due to lack of secondary CPU blade response.

FW_HEARTBEAT_LOST

 

Meaning:

Communication with the blade was lost.

FW_INIT_FAIL

 

Meaning:

Blade did not complete the initialization sequence.

FW_POST_FAIL

 

Meaning:

Power-On Self Test failure.

FW_UPDATE_FAIL

 

Meaning:

Firmware update to the secondary CPU blade failed.

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HW_BAD_SEATING

 

 

 

 

Meaning:

Blade is improperly seated.

HW_MP_ACCESS_CPU0

 

 

Meaning:

The maintenance panel SPROM data accessed through CPU0 is

 

either inaccessible or invalid.

HW_MP_ACCESS_CPU1

 

 

Meaning:

The maintenance panel SPROM data accessed through CPU1 is

 

either inaccessible or invalid.

HW_MP_DATA_MISMATCH

 

 

Meaning:

The maintenance panel SPROMs accessed through CPU0 and

 

CPU1 are not identical.

HW_POWERUP_FAIL

 

 

Meaning:

Blade never established initial communications.

HW_SENSOR_FAULT

 

 

Meaning:

Hardware temperature/voltage sensors are not functional.

HW_UNSUPPORTED_BLADE

Meaning:

Installed blade is unknown or not supported.

SENSOR_FAULT

 

Meaning:

Power Supply blade reports an internal fault.

temp_sensor_TEMP

 

Meaning:

The temperature sensor reading is out of range; it is too high.

 

temp_sensor can be BOARD_0, BOARD, BOARD_1, DS1780_0,

 

DS1780, DS1780_1, MAX1617_0, MAX1617, ASIC_0, ASIC,

 

MAX1617_1, ASIC_1, or MEZZ_BOARD.

voltage_sensor_HIGH

 

Meaning:

The voltage_sensor voltage supply is out of range; it is too high.

 

voltage_sensor can be 1.55V, 2.5V, 1.5V, ASIC_1.8V, 1.25V, 1.8V,

 

3.3V, CPU_1.8V, 5V, 12V, ASIC_0_1.5V, or ASIC_1_1.5V.

voltage_sensor_LOW

 

Meaning:

The voltage_sensor voltage supply is out of range; it is too low.

 

1.55V, 2.5V, 1.5V, ASIC_1.8V, 1.25V, 1.8V, 3.3V, CPU_1.8V, 5V,

 

12V, ASIC_0_1.5V, or ASIC_1_1.5V.

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Alarm Events

An alarm event requires action before you can proceed any further. The following lists each alarm event ID numbers and message displayed, and provides a description of the meaning of the message and recommended action to take.

(A1000.000F) (The switch is canceling the hotreset - try again later)

Meaning:

You cannot move forward with the hot reset. All applications and

 

switch resources are backing out of the procedure and returning to

 

normal operation.

Action:

Ensure that the fabric is stable and that no changes are being

 

made to switch configurations or connections and then try again.

(A1000.001D) (Hotreset failed and the switch must be reset normally)

Meaning:

The hot reset has failed and left the switch in an indeterminate

 

state.

Action:

Reset the switch.

(A1000.001E) (Hotreset failed and the switch is being reset)

Meaning:

There was a failure during the hotreset process; the switch is being

 

reset normally.

Action:

None

(A1003.000B) (Failing release of fabric lock held by switch with domain domain_ID)

Meaning:

The local switch is locked because zoning changes are being

 

made by a remote switch.

Action:

Wait for the lock to time out and try again.

(A1003.000C) (Fabric Busy, failing lock request from domain domain_ID)

Meaning:

The command failed because the fabric is busy with another

 

command in progress.

Action:

Wait 10 seconds and retry the command.

(A1003.000D) (Fabric already locked by domain domain_ID)

Meaning:

The switch given by the domain_ID has locked the fabric.

Action:

Unlock the domain_ID lock on the switch given by domain_ID.

(A1003.000E) (Couldn't acquire lock from domain domain_ID)

Meaning:

The fabric may be changing, and therefore could not acquire the

 

lock.

Action:

Wait for the fabric to stabilize, then try again.

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(A1003.0010) (Segmenting, zoneset zone_set_name not defined)

Meaning:

In non-interop mode, there is a conflict in the zoning configuration,

 

causing the Inter-Switch Link (ISL) to isolate. The zone set is not

 

found within the local zoning data base while interop mode is

 

disabled.

Action:

Contact your authorized maintenance provider.

(A1003.0011) (Segmenting, zoneset zone_set_name already active)

Meaning:

In non-interop mode, there is a conflict in the zoning configuration,

 

causing the Inter-Switch Link (ISL) to isolate. A switch tried to

 

activate a zone set that is already active while interop mode is

 

disabled.

Action:

Contact your authorized maintenance provider.

(A1003.0012) (Segmenting, zoneset zone_set_name merge conflict)

Meaning:

In non-interop mode, there is a conflict in the zoning configuration,

 

causing the Inter-Switch Link (ISL) to isolate. After a zone merge

 

with interop mode disabled, two zone sets were discovered in the

 

local zoning database with the same name, but different

 

membership.

Action:

Contact your authorized maintenance provider.

(A1003.0013) (Segmenting, zone zone_name merge conflict)

Meaning:

In non-interop mode, there is a conflict in the zoning configuration,

 

causing the Inter-Switch Link (ISL) to isolate. After a zone merge

 

with interop mode disabled, two zone were discovered in the local

 

zoning database with the same name, but different membership.

Action:

Contact your authorized maintenance provider.

(A1003.0014) (Segmenting, alias alias_name merge conflict)

Meaning:

There is a conflict in the zoning configuration causing the

 

Inter-Switch Link (ISL) to isolate. Two aliases with the same name

 

but different membership were discovered in the local zoning

 

database.

Action:

Reconcile the active zone sets so that the two aliases have

 

identical membership.

(A1003.0015) (Zoneset Activation received from switch with domain domain_ID failed, unknown zoneset zone_set_name)

Meaning:

A zone set activation received from the named switch failed

 

because the zone set was not in the zoning database.

Action:

Examine the named switch to verify that the zoning database is

 

correct.

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(A1003.0016) (Releasing Lock held too long by domain_ID)

Meaning:

A zone merge could not be completed in the acceptable time.

Action:

Check the status of the switch given by domain_ID.

(A1003.0017) (Activation of zoneset by management server failed due to port port_number out of range.)

Meaning:

A zone member defined by domain ID and port was received within

 

a management server AZSD command with a port number out of

 

range.

Action:

Check the management server application zoning configuration to

 

ensure zone members are properly configured.

(A1003.001B) (Failing remote zoning configuration, total zoneset limit would be exceeded)

Meaning:

The maximum number of zone sets allowed on the switch has

 

been exceeded because of a zone merge.

Action:

Reduce the number of zone sets on the remote switch.

(A1003.001C) (Failing remote zoning configuration, total member limit would be exceeded)

Meaning:

The maximum number of zone members allowed on the switch has

 

been exceeded because of a zone merge.

Action:

Reduce the number of zone members on the remote switch.

(A1003.001D) (Failing remote zoning configuration, total zones in zonesets limit would be exceeded)

Meaning:

The maximum number of zones allowed in all zone sets has been

 

exceeded because of a zone merge.

Action:

Reduce the number of zones on the remote switch.

(A1003.001F) (Failing remote zoning configuration, member limit for zone zone_name exceeded, (size= number_of_zones, limit= maximum_number_of_zones))

Meaning:

The maximum number of members allowed for the given zone has

 

been exceeded because of a zone merge.

Action:

Reduce the number of members in the given zone on the remote

 

switch.

(A1003.0020) (Failing remote zoning configuration, total zone limit would be exceeded)

Meaning:

The maximum number of zones allowed on the switch has been

 

exceeded because of a zone merge.

Action:

Reduce the number of zones on the remote switch.

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(A1003.0021) (Failing remote zoning configuration, Zoneset is empty)

Meaning:

An empty zone set was included as part of a zone merge and was

 

rejected.

Action:

Modify the zoning database on the remote switch to remove or

 

correct the empty zone set.

(A1003.0022) (Unable to update database with newly activated information, Zoning Save in Progress)

Meaning:

Modifications were being made to the security or zoning database

 

while a security set or zone set was being activated or deactivated

 

from a remote switch.

Action:

Try the activation or deactivation again later.

(A1003.0023) (Fabric Busy Zoneset operation failed)

Meaning:

The activation or deactivation of a zone set failed because the

 

fabric is currently busy.

Action:

Try the activation or deactivation again later.

(A1003.0024) (Request already in progress (internal lock held))

Meaning:

A fabric operation is currently in progress.

Action:

Wait and try again.

(A1003.0025) (Error reading security set.)

Meaning:

There was a problem handling the activate direct management

 

server command. The format of the command was not standard.

Action:

Check the security configuration.

(A1003.0028) (SFC failure received from remote switch with domain domain_ID)

Meaning:

The remote switch given by domain_ID rejected the Staged Fabric

 

Configuration (SFC) message, so the SFC request has failed.

Action:

Check the status of the remote switch at the given domain ID.

 

There could be an issue with the security configuration or the

 

zoning configuration.

(A1003.0029) (No response received from switch with domain ID domain_ID)

Meaning:

The remote switch given by domain_ID did not reply to an Acquire

 

Change Authorization (ACA) message, so the ACA request has

 

failed.

Action:

Check the status of the remote switch at the given domain ID.

 

There could be an issue with the security configuration or the

 

zoning configuration.

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(A1003.002A) (No response received from switch with domain ID domain_ID)

Meaning:

A Staged Fabric Configuration (SFC) frame was sent to the switch

 

given by domain_ID, but a response was not received.

Action:

Check the status of the remote switch at the given domain ID.

 

There could be an issue with the security configuration or the

 

zoning configuration.

(A1003.002B) (No response received from switch with domain ID domain_ID)

Meaning:

A Update Fabric Configuration (UFC) frame was sent to the switch

 

given by domain_ID, but a response was not received.

Action:

Check the status of the switch.

(A1003.002C) (Zone Merge response indicates failure due to zoning limits, Isolating link)

Meaning:

Response from other switch indicates that the active zone sets

 

could not be merged.

Action:

Edit or delete the conflicting zone objects or deactivate the zone

 

set on the remote switch.

(A1003.002D) (Zone Merge response indicates failure to merge, Isolating link)

Meaning:

The attempt to merge two fabrics failed because each active zone

 

set contained a zone with the same name, but different

 

membership.

Action:

Edit the affected zone to remove the conflict or deactivate one of

 

the zone sets.

(A1003.002F) (SW2 Zoning Not Supported by other switch, Isolating link)

Meaning:

The inter-switch link isolated because the local switch is configured

 

for FC-SW-2-compliant zoning (interoperability mode set to

 

Standard), but the remote switch is not.

Action:

Set the interoperability mode on the remote switch to Standard.

(A1003.002E) (Zoning merge has been rejected.)

Meaning:

The attempt to merge two fabrics failed because the active zone

 

sets each contained a zone with the same name, but different

 

membership.

Action:

Either edit the affected zone to remove the conflict, or deactivate

 

one of the zone sets.

(A1003.0030) (Zone Merge rejected by remote switch.)

Meaning:

The zone merge failed.

Action:

See the switch log for more details on why the merge failed.

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(A1003.0031) (Error reading zoneset from activate direct.)

Meaning:

A device supporting the management server has sent an Activate

 

Zoneset Direct $(AZSD) command that did not follow the expected

 

standard layout.

Action:

Contact your authorized maintenance provider.

(A1003.0032) (Zoneset zone_set_name failed validity checks (empty or contains empty zone/alias))

Meaning:

The zone set either has no zones or contains a zone or alias

 

without members.

Action:

Add zones and members, or remove the empty zones and aliases

 

from the zone set.

(A1003.0033) (No memory for command completion)

Meaning:

Insufficient switch memory.

Action:

Contact your authorized maintenance provider.

(A1003.0034) (Merge failed, total zoneset limit would be exceeded.)

Meaning:

A fabric merge failed because the combined number of zone sets

 

exceeds the zoning database limit.

Action:

Remove zone sets from the local switch zoning database to allow

 

the fabric merge to complete.

(A1003.0035) (Merge failed, invalid zone data received, ISOLATING)

Meaning:

A remote switch sent a zone merge that was invalid.

Action:

Reconcile interoperability modes on the local and remote switches

 

so that they are the same.

(A1003.0036) (Merge failed, member limit for zone zone_name exceeded, (size= member_number, limit= member_limit))

Meaning:

A fabric merge failed because the combined number of members

 

in two zones having the same name exceeds the limit for the

 

number of members in a zone.

Action:

Remove members either from the zone on the local switch or the

 

remote switch so that the combined sum is less than member limit.

(A1003.0037) (Merge failed, Total zone member limit would be exceeded)

Meaning:

A fabric merge failed because the total number of zone members

 

exceeds the zoning database limit.

Action:

Remove zone members either from the local switch or the remote

 

switch so that the combined sum is less than member limit.

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(A1003.0038) (Merge failed, Total zones in zonesets limit would be exceeded.)

Meaning:

A fabric merge failed because the total number of zones in zone

 

sets exceeds the zoning database limit.

Action:

Remove zones either from the local switch or the remote switch so

 

that the combined sum is less than the zones-in-zone sets limit.

(A1003.0039) (Merge failed, total zone limit would be exceeded.)

Meaning:

A fabric merge failed because the total number of zones exceeds

 

the zoning database limit.

Action:

Remove zones either from the local switch or the remote switch so

 

that the combined sum is less than maximum zone limit.

(A1003.003A) (Zone Merge conflict for ZoneSet zone_set_name (Zone mismatch for zone= zone_name, check type or members), ISOLATING)

Meaning:

A fabric merge failed because two zones of the same name in two

 

zone sets of the same name have different membership.

Action:

Reconcile the membership in the two zones so that they are the

 

same.

(A1003.003B) (Incomplete merge request sequence received, unable to process request.)

Meaning:

A remote switch sent a merge request that was not understood.

Action:

Check the remote switch for configuration errors or equipment

 

malfunction.

(A1003.003C) (Incompatible Zoning mode, Isolating link)

Meaning:

The fabric contains switches with a mix of interoperability mode

 

settings.

Action:

Configure all switches in the fabric to have the same value for

 

interoperability mode.

(A1003.003E) (Security: Ports downed for INVALID_ATTACH require administrative action to be brought online.)

Meaning:

When deactivating a security set, ports that were previously

 

downed due to security violations remain down.

Action:

Reset the ports or place the ports online.

(A1003.003F) (ISL group empty and links up. Set ports offline to activate.)

Meaning:

An attempt to activate fabric binding with an ISL group that has no

 

members is not allowed because there are inter-switch links (ISL)

 

logged in to the switch.

Action:

Configure all ISLs offline or add each ISL member with fabric

 

binding information to the ISL group before activating.

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(A1003.0040) (Zone Member type member_type unsupported.)

Meaning:

An invalid zone member type was discovered in a zone. ACL hard

 

zone membership must be defined by domain_ID and port number.

Action:

Correct the member type.

(A1003.0041) (Zoning objects which contain Fibre Channel (FC) Address Members not being sent to remote switch on save, not supported in this mode)

Meaning:

An attempt was made to assign a zone member by FC address

 

while interoperability mode was disabled. When Interop mode is

 

disabled, zone membership must be defined by worldwide name or

 

domain_ID and port number.

Action:

Enable Interop mode or change the zone membership type.

(A1003.0048) (Active Zone Set zoneset_name no longer in database, please deactivate zone set if not already in progress (the save will be deferred until zone set no longer active!)

Meaning:

The switch will not allow you to delete a zone set that has the same

 

name as the active zone set from the zoning database.

Action:

Deactivate the active zone set before deleting the zone set has the

 

same name.

(A1003.004C) (Active ZoneSet containing Fibre Channel Address may cause fabric to segment due to switches that do not support this zone member type)

Meaning:

Some switches in the fabric may not support Fibre Channel

 

address zone members in the active zone set.

Action:

Edit the necessary zone sets to use worldwide name zone

 

membership.

(A1003.004D) (Port group does not contain entry for this switch)

Meaning:

The security set cannot be activated because the port group does

 

not have an entry for the local switch worldwide name.

Action:

Edit the port group to include the local switch worldwide name.

(A1003.004E) (Group entry for local switch does not support authentication)

Meaning:

The local switch worldwide name group entry is not configured for

 

authentication, but other members within the group are. This

 

configuration is not allowed.

Action:

Change the local switch worldwide name entry to run Challenge

 

Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) authentication or

 

remove CHAP authentication from other members of the group.

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(A1003.004F) (No Zone Merge Response)

Meaning:

A merge request was sent out to all switches in the fabric but a

 

response was not received from at least one switch.

Action:

Check other switches in fabric to determine why a response was

 

not sent.

(A1003.0050) (ISL group does not contain entry for this switch)

Meaning:

The Inter-Switch Link (ISL) group does not contain an entry for the

 

local switch worldwide name. This is a required entry.

Action:

Add the switch worldwide name to the ISL group, then activate the

 

security set.

(A1003.0051) (Domain ID for local switch does not match fabric binding)

Meaning:

The configured fabric binding value for the local switch worldwide

 

name does not match the current domain ID for the switch.

Action:

Change the fabric binding value for local switch worldwide name

 

within the ISL group to the current value of the domain ID.

(A1003.0052) (ISL group does not contain entry for switch domain_ID)

Meaning:

The ISL group does not contain an entry for each switch in the

 

fabric. Fabric binding requires an entry for each switch.

Action:

Make sure there is an entry in the ISL group for each switch in the

 

fabric, and try activating the security set again.

(A1003.0053) (Fabric binding must be unique, domains are assigned to multiple security group members

Meaning:

The fabric binding setting for the members of the ISL group are not

 

unique.

Action:

Make the fabric binding settings unique for each member of the ISL

 

group, or set them to 0 so that they are not enforced.

(A1003.0054) (Failure at remote switch)

Meaning:

A frame was sent to a remote switch, but the expected response

 

was not received.

Action:

Check the status of the remote switch.

(A1003.0055) (Problem on zoning save of following switches: domain_ID_list)

Meaning:

A zoning save could not be performed on some remote switches.

Action:

Examine the named switches. If there are no obvious problems,

 

contact your authorized maintenance provider.

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