Disable the lacp-individual command on configured switches

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By default, the Mellanox switch lacp-individual command and the Cisco switch lacp suspend-individual command remain configured post deployment. This command is not required post installation; if it remains configured, it can cause volume access issues when troubleshooting or rebooting a switch. Post deployment, you should check each Mellanox switch and Cisco switch configuration and remove the lacp-individual or lacp suspend-individual command.

Steps
  1. Using SSH, open a session to the switch.

  2. Show the running configuration:

    show running-config

  3. Check the switch configuration output for the lacp-individual or lacp suspend-individual command.

    Note The xxx-xxx is your user supplied interface number(s). If required, you can access the interface number by displaying the Multi-chassis Link Aggregation Group interfaces: show mlag interfaces
    1. For a Mellanox switch, check if the output contains the following line:

      interface mlag-port-channel xxx-xxx lacp-individual enable force

    2. For a Cisco switch, check if the output contains the following line:

      interface mlag-port-channel xxx-xxx lacp suspend-individual enable force

  4. If the command is present, remove it from the configuration.

    1. For a Mellanox switch:

      no interface mlag-port-channel xxx-xxx lacp-individual enable force

    2. For a Cisco switch:
      no interface mlag-port-channel xxx-xxx lacp suspend-individual enable force

  5. Repeat these steps for each switch in your configuration.

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