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HP StorageWorks 1606 - Extension SAN Switch Release Note page 72

Hp storageworks fos 6.3.0b release notes (5697-0360, april 2010)
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Closed defect summary
With an HP StorageWorks 1606 SAN Extension Switch and an Mul-
tiprotocol Extension Blade, smart data for GE-type ports (such as SFP
temperature and power) are not updated in sfpshow by the automatic
polling loop.
supportsave does not capture information for FIDs with index >3.
On an 8 Gb switch in Access Gateway mode connected to another
switch running FOS 6.2.x or earlier, links on the Access Gateway
device enter a disabled state and report NPIV not supported by
Fabric port, even though the edge switch port has NPIV enabled.
With either the 2408 FCoE Switch or the 10/24 FCoE Blade, when
selecting FCoE Login in the Element Manager under switch admin,
the error message FCoE Login Management is disabled in
the switch, make sure you enabled it to view the
chassis appears.
On an HP StorageWorks DC SAN Director Switch Multiprotocol Exten-
sion Blade or 1606 Extension Switch, the portdisable xge0 CLI
command does not disable the port, even though the RAS log and
switchshow list it as disabled.
FICON emulation mode fails when trying to vary paths online to exten-
ded DASD devices with MVS IOS444I error messages.
In a fabric with more than 50 switches, non-disruptive firmware
downloads (HCL) on an HP StorageWorks DC SAN Director fails on
the standby CP.
Excessive internal messages cause a RASLOG flood condition and a
weblinkerfcg message appears on FCIP switches in the fabric (HP
StorageWorks 1606 Extension SAN Switch and Multiprotocol Extension
Blade). This can lead to other important RASLOG messages being lost.
This condition occurs with IPSEC, which is not supported in this release.
HP StorageWorks DC SAN Director panicks and reboots after
anfwshow --disable --port command is issued.
SMI fails to discover all switches over EX_Port after an hafailover,
and reports LOGIN FAILED after the GPL2 query targeted to the
translate domain is rejected.
After upgrading from FOS 6.2.0g to 6.3.0, LDAP certificates are
missing and you may not be able to log in to the switch using LDAP
authentication. The degree to which the user is locked out depends on
how the LDAP environment was set up.
After an HCL firmware upgrade, device connectivity is lost when the
zone is enabled on an HP StorageWorks 1606 Extension SAN Switch.
When a switch running FOS 5.2.x sends an internal query to directors
that were not properly set up to handle switches with more than 256
ports, a segmentation fault causes a CALD panic in the fabric.
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Solution
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Workaround prior to upgrade:
Disable FICON XRC Emulation.
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Workaround prior to upgrade:
Rerun firmwaredownload.
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
workaround prior to upgrade:
Log in using a serial console and
reimport the LDAP certificate(s).
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b
Fixed in FOS 6.3.0b

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