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Command Reference 10

OceanStor 5300 V3, 5500 V3, 5600 V3, 5800 V3, and 6800 V3 Storage System V300R003

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show ib_port general

show ib_port general


The show ib_port general command is used to check the properties of an IB port.


show ib_port general [ ib_port_id=? ] [ parent_type=? ] [ controller_id=? ] [ expansion_module_id=? ] [ interface_module_id=? ] [ associate_object_type=? ] [ port_group_id=? ] [ host_id=? ]





ib_port_id=? Port ID.

To obtain the value, run the "show ib_port general" command without parameters.

parent_type=? Parent type.

The value can be "controller", "expand_board", or "interface_module", where:

  • controller: indicates a controller.
  • expand_board: indicates an expansion board.
  • interface_module: indicates an interface module.
controller_id=? Controller ID.

The value is in the format of "XA", "XB", "XC" or "XD", where the "X" is an integer ranging from 0 to 3.

To obtain the value, run "show controller general".

expansion_module_id=? Expansion module ID.

To obtain the value, run the "show expansion_module" command.

interface_module_id=? Interface module ID.

To obtain the value, run the "show interface_module" command.

associate_object_type=? Associated object type.

The value can be "host" or "port_group", where:

  • host: indicates a host.
  • port_group: indicates a port group.
port_group_id=? Port group ID.

To obtain the value, run the "show port_group general" command.

host_id=? Host ID.

To obtain the value, run the "show host general" command.



Usage Guidelines

  • When "parent_type" is set to "controller", "controller_id" may be specified.
  • When "parent_type" is set to "expand_board", "expansion_module_id" may be specified.
  • When "parent_type" is set to "interface_module", "interface_module_id" may be specified.
  • When "associate_object_type" is set to "port_group", "port_group_id" must be specified.
  • When "associate_object_type" is set to "host", "host_id" must be specified.

You can choose only one of the following three parameters: "ib_port_id", "parent_type", and "associate_object_type".


Check the properties of an IB port.

admin:/>show ib_port general 
  ID          Health Status  Running Status  Type       Working Rate(Mbps)  WWN               Role  
  ----------  -------------  --------------  ---------  ------------------  ----------------  ----  
CTE0.A0.P0  Normal         Link Up         Host Port  40000               0002c903002e1112  TGT

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.




Port ID.

Parent Type

Parent type.

Parent ID

Internal identifier of the owning module of the port.

Health Status

Port health status.

Running Status

Port running status.


Port logical type.

Working Rate(Mbps)

Port running speed.


Port WWN.


Port role.

Port Switch

Port switch.

Symbol Error

Symbol error count.

Link Error Recovery

Link error recovery count.

Port Receive Errors

Port receiving errors.

Port Remote Receive Errors

Port remote receiving errors.

Port Receive Transmit Errors

Port forwarding errors after receiving packets.

Not Send Packages

Number of packets that fail to be transmitted.

Port Receive Constraint Errors

Port receiving constraint errors.

Link Errors

Link errors.

Buffer Overrun Errors

Buffer overflow errors.

Start Time

Start time.

Max Speed(Mbps)

Maximum speed of the port.

Updated: 2019-07-22

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