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Not used. When configuring disk LUN that was
previously encrypted and is to become cleartext, this
property tells the switch whether or not to start a
re-keying operation to decrypt the existing LUN data.
This property does not need to be persisted. This
feature is no longer supported in Fabric OS.
Hex-encoded binary key vault ID for the current data
encryption key for this LUN. This ID may be used to
locate the data encryption key in the key vault
Foreign key reference to the CRYPTO_HOST that uses
The Logical Unit Number of the LUN, as seen by the
LUNs host. This may be an integer (0 - 65565) or a
WWN-format 8-byte hex number.
'The LUN's Logical Block Size, in bytes. Only valid for
The total number of logical blocks in the LUN.
by TOTAL_BLOCKS gives the LUN size in bytes.
LUN operational status, such as OK or disabled for
various reasons. For possible values see the enum
definition in CryptoClientConstants.
Bitmap of LUN options. The only option currently used
is bit 0 (least significant) which indicates that the LUN
must be manually enabled because it has been
disabled due to inconsistent metadata detected.
Foreign key reference to both the VIRTUAL_SWITCH
table and the CRYPTO_SWITCH table (both switch
tables use the same primary key values). Identifies
the switch that contains this encryption engine.
For chassis switches, the slot or blade that contains
the encryption engine. Always 0 for switches with a
single embedded encryption engine.
Not used. Previously used to indicate the engine's
operational status. Replaced by EE_STATE.
Foreign key reference to an HA_CLUSTER record.
Identifies the HA Cluster that this engine belongs to.
Null if this engine does not belong to an HA Cluster.
Foreign key reference to the SMART_CARD record
that identifies the System Card required to enable
this engine. Null if no System Card has been
registered yet. This feature is not yet supported.