Chapter 5 Connectivity Status
5.3 CA Port Group
The following items are displayed in the Main area:
The location information of the target port is displayed.
CM#x CA#y Port#z (x: CM number, y: CA number, z: Port number)
The CA type (fixed at "SAS") of the target port is displayed.
The status of the target port is displayed.
The transfer speed of the target port is displayed.
The reset scope of the target port is displayed.
Reset scope is the range where the command reset request from the server is performed, when the target
port is connected to multiple servers.
I_T_L (I: Initiator, T: Target, L: LUN)
Reset (cancel) the command request from the server that sent the command reset request.
T_L (T: Target, L: LUN)
Reset (cancel) the command request from all of the servers that are connected to the port.
Release Reservation if Chip is Reset
Whether the function to release the reservation status of the volume when the target port (chip) is reset is
enabled or disabled is displayed.
The name of the host group that has the host affinity setting with the target port is displayed.
If no host group with the host affinity setting exists, a "-" (hyphen) is displayed.
The name of the port group to which the target port belongs is displayed.
If the target port does not belong to a port group, a "-" (hyphen) is displayed.
SAS Host Address
SAS host addresses of all SAS hosts that have the host affinity setting with the target port are displayed.
If the host affinity setting is not configured, a "-" (hyphen) is displayed.
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