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UCS FCoE VSAN 1 down

Jeremy Waldrop
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Any way to clear these faults?

F1081    2013-02-21T15:04:24.658    157614 san Member 1/31 of Port-Channel 8 on fabric interconnect A is down, membership: down

F1081    2013-02-21T15:04:24.658    157613 san Member 1/32 of Port-Channel 8 on fabric interconnect A is down, membership: down

Have FCoE setup between 6248s and Nexus 5548s. Using VSAN 20 on Fabric A and VSAN 40 on Fabric B.

Why is VSAN 1 trying to initialize when I have the FCoE port-channel mapped to VSAN 20 in UCSM? Any way to set the allowed trunk vsan list?

Everything is working just would like the anoying faults to go away

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Brian Morrissey
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi,

This sounds like:

FCoE Uplink vsan membership fault for any vsan not configured upstream

Symptom:
Fabric Vsan Membership Down fault message on FCoE uplink ports

Severity: Major
Code: F1083
Name: Fabric Vsan Membership Down

Conditions:
Observed with UCSM 2.1 and when FCoE uplink port is configured on the Fabric Interconnect

Workaround:
None.Error message is cosmetic.

http://tools.cisco.com/Support/BugToolKit/search/getBugDetails.do?method=fetchBugDetails&bugId=CSCud81857

I'd open a case on it and have them link it to the bug if it is indeed the case

Thats kind of what I figured. Doesn't matter though becasue we had to revervt back to traditional FC due the very poor SAN performance of FCoE multihop from UCS.

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