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Closed with Code Change in Fabric OS v6.4.0b - GA June 25, 2010
This section lists the defects with Critical, High and Medium Technical Severity closed with a code change
as of June 25, 2010 in Fabric OS v6.4.0b.
Defect ID: DEFECT000283335 Technical Severity: High
Summary: A device with a node WWN of zero connected to an NPIV port queried by CALD causes the
switch to panic and reboot
Symptom: CALD causing switch to panic and reboot about every 20-30mins. It was observed after a
recent upgrade to a partner management application.
Feature: Field Escalation
Function: Management Embedded
Probability: Medium
Found in Release: FOS6.2.1
Service Request ID: 421461
Defect ID: DEFECT000299814 Technical Severity: High
Summary: IP addresses are allowed to be deleted even if in use by a route
Symptom: Tunnel configuration anomalies.
Workaround: Issue portcfgshow iproute to find any invalid route entries and delete them.
Feature: FCIP
Function: Other
Probability: High
Found in Release: FOS6.4.0
Defect ID: DEFECT000300728 Technical Severity: High
Summary: The LUNs contained in a CTC (Crypto Target Container) lose their paths when a non-
encryption switch connecting the host and target is rebooted.
Symptom: When two BES switches are connected via a single path through a non-encryption switch,
the path between the host and the LUNs can be lost when the non-encryption switch is
rebooted. This only happens when the HA Cluster (HAC) is set for manual failback, and will
also not be observed if there are multiple paths through the fabric so that the loss of one
switch does not create a temporary loss of path.
Feature: Data Security
Function: HA Cluster
Probability: Medium
Found in Release: FOS6.4.0
Defect ID: DEFECT000301448 Technical Severity: High
Summary: Build Fabric sent to Access Gateway with F-Port trunking.
Symptom: When F-Port trunking is activated and after the master trunk goes offline, the switch will
add the new master trunk to the list of ports, which will send EFP/BF/DIA flood. The ports
will remain in this state until all N-Ports are taken offline and logged back into the fabric
again. Build Fabric (BF) sent to AG and AG forwarding the BF to redundant fabric caused
fabric disruption.
Feature: FC Services
Function: Fabric
Probability: Medium
Found in Release: FOS6.4.0
Service Request ID: 432859