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OceanStor UltraPath for vSphere 21.3.0 User Guide 03

This document covers the functions, features, installation, configuration, upgrade, uninstallation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and FAQs of OceanStor UltraPath for vSphere (UltraPath forvSphere). UltraPath for vSphere is the multipathing software developed by HuaweiTechnologies Co., Ltd (Huawei for short). The document aims at helping users to be fully familiar with UltraPath for vSphere and its use.
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Resetting the Status of a Physical Path

Resetting the Status of a Physical Path


The set phypathnormal command is used to restore the working status of a degraded path to normal.


set phypathnormal -p path-id


Keyword and Parameter


Default Value

-p path-id

ID of the physical path.

You can run show path without an ID to display all physical path IDs.



User root

Usage Guidelines

You can perform the following operations to recover an unstable path degraded and isolated by UltraPath for ESXi if the maintenance personnel have replaced the fault components and eliminated link faults. After the path is recovered, UltraPath for ESXi will deliver I/Os to it. If you are not sure whether all link faults have been cleared, run the start pathcheck command to check the health status of the path. If the path passes the check, reset the path to normal.


Restore the working status of the path whose ID is 0 to normal.

~ # esxcli upadm set phypathnormal -p 0 
Succeeded in executing the command.

System Response


Updated: 2019-06-29

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