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multiple pipe search

Hi All,

I want to search for a wwn in show fcns database detail command
switch# show fcns database | include fc:58
0x830045    N     xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:fc:58 (HP) 

However this command does not give me the rest of the important details which would be normally mentioned as listed below.

VSAN:1     FCID:0x690000
------------------------
port-wwn (vendor)           :10:00:00:0d:ec:af:fe:05 (Cisco)
node-wwn                    :20:00:00:0d:ec:af:fe:00
class                       :2,3
node-ip-addr                :0.0.0.0
ipa                         :ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff
fc4-types:fc4_features      :ipfc
symbolic-port-name          :
symbolic-node-name          :
port-type                   :N
port-ip-addr                :192.180.1.5
fabric-port-wwn             :22:00:00:0d:ec:af:fe:02
hard-addr                   :0x000000
permanent-port-wwn (vendor) :00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
connected interface         :Not Available
switch name (IP address)    :switch (ip addr)

 

Is there a way to search multiple things which will still allow me to include the important details like switch ip and name etc.

Any help is much appreciated

 

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Many Cisco devices support regular expressions.  An or match might be something like:

show something | inc abc|xyx

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Many Cisco devices support regular expressions.  An or match might be something like:

show something | inc abc|xyx

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Re: multiple pipe search

Example For IOS-XR 

 

show bgp vrf ALL neighbors | in "vrf | hold time: | Hold time is"

 

regards

 

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Re: multiple pipe search

Besides using the pipe '|' as an OR function, I often use the 'p' for previous lines and 'n' for next lines.

 

HQSAN14# show fcns database detail | inc i 50:00:09:73:a8:06:c4:dd p 3 n 11
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VSAN:20 FCID:0x100141
------------------------
port-wwn (vendor) :50:00:09:73:a8:06:c4:dd (EMC)
                   [SYM0933-APPLICATION-4DP29]
node-wwn :50:00:09:73:a8:06:c7:ff
class :3
node-ip-addr :0.0.0.0
ipa :ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff
fc4-types:fc4_features :scsi-fcp:both 253
symbolic-port-name :SYMMETRIX::000197800933::SAF-4d1d::FC::5977_952+::EMUL B90F0000 59DD3921 CA7F8C 12.20.16 09:16
symbolic-node-name :SYMMETRIX::000197800933::FC::5977_952+
port-type :N
port-ip-addr :0.0.0.0
fabric-port-wwn :22:4d:00:de:fb:18:b5:80
hard-addr :0x000000
permanent-port-wwn (vendor) :50:00:09:73:a8:06:c4:dd (EMC)
connected interface :fc10/13
switch name (IP address) :HQSAN14 (192.168.102.160)
------------------------
VSAN:20 FCID:0x100160

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Re: multiple pipe search

Ancient post, but I'll pile on with a new comment too.

 

In Nexus you can use grep and return the lines before or after the match:

 

This returns the fcns database entry line for Server 1 and the following 2 lines (notice the -A)

#sh fcns database | grep -A 2 "Server1"

 

This returns the fcns database entry line for Server 1 and the 2 lines before the match (notice the -B)

#sh fcns database | grep -B 2 "Server1"

 

I particularity like this when I'm looking at the flogi database, because there are 2 lines for every entry (at least on the N5K platform).

#sh flogi database | grep -A 1 "Server1"

 

Kinda the same as mooneyj's post above.

 

I wish that IOS-XE would've stolen this. It's a very useful feature. Cough cough....

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