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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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Viewing Virtual LUN Information

Viewing Virtual LUN Information

This section describes how to view the detailed information about a virtual LUN.

Procedure

  1. In the Device area on the left of the vCenter management interface, click Disk Array Management to enter the array management page.
  2. Select the disk array whose controller information you want to view.
  3. In the Disk Array Details area, click the LUN tab to view the detailed information about a virtual LUN. The following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    ID

    ID allocated by UltraPath for ESXi to the virtual LUN.

    [Example]

    1

    Drive Letter

    Name of the disk that corresponds to the virtual LUN on its ESX system.

    [Example]

    naa.60022a11000ac1bf0cb9754a0000016e

    LUN Name

    Name of the virtual LUN.

    NOTE:

    The name is specified when the LUN is created on its disk array.

    [Example]

    LUN_01

    Type

    Type of the virtual LUN.

    The value can be Common, or Hypermetro.

    [Example]

    Common

    WWN

    WWN of the virtual LUN.

    [Example]

    60022a11000ac1bf0cb9754a0000016e

    Dev Lun ID

    ID of the storage system LUN corresponding to the virtual LUN.

    [Example]

    1

    DataStor

    ID of the datastore that the virtual LUN belongs to on its ESX system.

    [Example]

    datastore_1

    Capacity

    Capacity of the virtual LUN.

    [Example]

    10.00 GB

    Status

    Working status of the virtual LUN.

    The value can be Normal, Fault, Degraded, Disabled, or --.

    NOTE:

    If the LUN on the array is in Fault state while the virtual LUN on the host is in Normal state (viewed by using UltraPath), the virtual LUN can be accessed by the host.

    [Example]

    Normal

    Working Controller

    Working Controller of the virtual LUN.

    [Example]

    0A

    Owning Controller

    Owning Controller of the virtual LUN.

    [Example]

    0A

  4. Optional: Check path information about the virtual LUN.

    1. Click Details under Path.

      The Path dialog box is displayed.

    2. In the Path List area, view the detailed information about the virtual LUN. The following table describes related parameters:

      Parameter

      Description

      Value

      ID

      ID of the physical path.

      [Example]

      0

      Name

      Name of the running HBA.

      [Example]

      vmhba32

      Initiator Port

      Name of an initiator port.

      [Example]

      iqn.1998-01.com.vmvare:localhost-51a7d306

      Controller

      ID or name of a controller.

      [Example]

      0A

      Port ID

      Location of the port.

      [Example]

      CTE0.B.H0

      Target Port

      Name of a target port.

      [Example]

      iqn.2006-08.com.huawei:oceanstor:21000022a10ac1bf::129.97.50.2-1020400

      Status

      Working status of a physical path.

      The value can be Normal, Fault, BUSY degradation, I/O discrete error degradation, Intermittent failure degradation, I/O timeout degradation, High latency degradation, Potential fault degradation or Disable.

      [Example]

      Normal

      Port Type

      Type of a link port.

      [Example]

      iSCSI

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