[Open-FCoE] FCoE traffic

Mikkel Hagen mhagen at iol.unh.edu
Fri May 2 14:16:26 UTC 2008


What is the output from lsscsi and the end of dmesg?
I couldn't get fcping to work either but I can still get SCSI traffic to 
work.

Mikkel Hagen
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Rastapur Santosh wrote:
> Hi,
>
> 	I am trying to test FCoE traffic with my setup. 
> I am not able to see the right FCID, status and product 
> Identifier on the target side.
>
> Here is my setup (With only the relevant log)
>
> ~~~~~~
> Target:
> ~~~~~~
> linux-hn1g # fcconf
> Name          WWPN                      FC-ID   FC         Network
> eth2          20:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:a3        0  No HBA     UP
>
> linux-hn1g # fcconf info
> Host Name:                  linux-hn1g
> HBA Model:                  fcoe
> Node Name:                  10:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:a3
> Port Name:                  20:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:a3
> Port ID:                    000000
> Driver Version:
> Vendor Spec ID:             0
> Actual Data Rate:           10 Gbps
> Supported Data Rates:       10 Gbps
> PortType (Topology):        NPort
> Total Number of Devices:    1
> HBA Status:                 Offline
> Model:                      fcoe
> Product Identifier:
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> ----
>
> linux-hn1g # cat /proc/scsi_tgt/scsi_tgt
> Device (host:ch:id:lun or name)                             Device
> handler
> 0:0:0:0                                                     dev_disk
> 0:0:1:0                                                     dev_disk
> 1:0:0:0                                                     none
>
> linux-hn1g # cat /proc/scsi_tgt/groups/Default/devices
> Device (host:ch:id:lun or name)  				Virtual
> lun  Options
> 0:0:1:0                                                        0
>
> ~~~~~~~~~~
> Initiator:
> ~~~~~~~~~~
> [root at FCoE-Init-163 src]# fcconf
> Name          WWPN                      FC-ID   FC         Network
> eth2          20:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:d0    10102  Online     UP
>
> [root at FCoE-Init-163 src]# fcconf info
> Host Name:                  FCoE-Init-163.(none)
> OS Device Name:             eth2
> SCSI HBA Name:              host2
> HBA Model:                  fcoe
> Node Name:                  10:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:d0
> Port Name:                  20:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:d0
> Port ID:                    010102
> Driver Version:             OPENFC HBA 0.26 / 0.26
> Vendor Spec ID:             0
> Actual Data Rate:           10 Gbps
> Supported Data Rates:       10 Gbps
> PortType (Topology):        NPort
> Total Number of Devices:    1
> HBA Status:                 Online
> Model:                      fcoe
> Product Identifier:         Openfc / fcoe driver attached to eth2
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> ----
>
> [root at FCoE-Init-163 src]# fcconf remote
> eth2 remote ports:
> FC ID     WWPN                     State      Role
> 010101    20:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:a3  Online     FCP Target
>
> [root at FCoE-Init-163 src]# fcconf target
> eth2 target ports:
> FC ID     WWPN                     State      Role
> 010101    20:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:a3  Online     FCP Target
>
> [root at FCoE-Init-163 src]# df -h
> Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
> /dev/sda2              15G  6.3G  8.0G  44% /
> /dev/sda1             494M   22M  447M   5% /boot
> tmpfs                 501M  168K  501M   1% /dev/shm
>
> fcping is failing.
>
> [root at FCoE-Init-163 src]# fcping -P 20:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:a3
> fcping: destination not found
> [root at FCoE-Init-163 src]# fcping -N 10:00:00:0c:fc:00:07:a3
> fcping: destination not found
>
> Am I missing some configuration?
>
> Thanks
> -Santosh
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