AnsweredAssumed Answered

HiCommandCLI GetStorageArray subtarget=Path pathsubinfo=WWN,HostInfo - Output query

Question asked by Mark Leeson on Sep 9, 2013
Latest reply on Sep 14, 2015 by Kamalarajan S

Hi,

I have used the above command on one of our arrays to get details out about host paths in use to devices and I see the following:

An instance of Path
      objectID=PATH.R700.nnnnn.145.5.105
      devNum=105
      displayDevNum=00:00:69
      portID=145
      portName=CL4-C
      domainID=5
      scsiID=15
      LUN=0
      wwnSecurityValidity=true
      List of 3 HostInfo elements:
        An instance of HostInfo
          objectID=HOSTINFO.bop26mq1.10.2087872.0
          name=bop26mq1
          serialNumber=nnnnn
          arrayType=R700
          ipAddress=10.208.72.107
          mountPoint=
          portID=145
          portName=CL4-C
          domainID=5
          scsiID=15
          lun=0
          devNum=105
          displayDevNum=00:00:69
          osScsiBus=10
          osScsiID=2,087,872
          osLun=0
          portWWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EB.B5
          fileSystemType=
          fileSystemName=
          sizeInMB=552,960
          percentUsed=-1
          lastUpdated=1352186538
        An instance of HostInfo
          objectID=HOSTINFO.bop36mq1.10.2087872.0
          name=bop36mq1
          serialNumber=nnnnn
          arrayType=R700
          ipAddress=10.208.72.106
          mountPoint=
          portID=145
          portName=CL4-C
          domainID=5
          scsiID=15
          lun=0
          devNum=105
          displayDevNum=00:00:69
          osScsiBus=10
          osScsiID=2,087,872
          osLun=0
          portWWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EA.19
          fileSystemType=
          fileSystemName=
          sizeInMB=552,960
          percentUsed=-1
          lastUpdated=1352186136
        An instance of HostInfo
          objectID=HOSTINFO.bopd6mq1.10.2087872.0
          name=bopd6mq1
          serialNumber=nnnnn
          arrayType=R700
          ipAddress=10.208.72.108
          mountPoint=
          portID=145
          portName=CL4-C
          domainID=5
          scsiID=15
          lun=0
          devNum=105
          displayDevNum=00:00:69
          osScsiBus=10
          osScsiID=2,087,872
          osLun=0
          portWWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EE.E7
          fileSystemType=
          fileSystemName=
          sizeInMB=552,960
          percentUsed=-1
          lastUpdated=1371342639
      List of 12 WWN elements:
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.35.42
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.35.43
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EA.18
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EA.19
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EB.B2
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EB.B3
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EB.B4
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EB.B5
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EE.78
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EE.79
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EE.E6
          nickname=
        An instance of WWN
          WWN=21.00.00.24.FF.36.EE.E7
          nickname=

 

I see similar output for the alternate path - CL3-C - my question is about all the listed WWN's in the list of elements - some of these are for the hosts that appear in the hostinfo output - what are the others please and why do they appear in the output?

Outcomes