storage port reset-device

Reset a device behind a storage port

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the advanced privilege level.

Description

The storage port reset-device command resets a device behind a port. If the device is behind a SAS port, you need to specify the shelf name and bay ID where the device resides. If the device is behind a FC port, you need to specify the loop ID of the device.

Parameters

-node {<nodename>|local} - Node
Use this parameter to specify the node on which the port resides.
-port <text> - Port
Use this parameter to specify the port used to reset the device.
{ -shelf-name <text> - Shelf Name
Use this parameter to specify the shelf where the device resides.
-bay-id <integer> - Bay ID
Use this parameter to specify the bay where the device resides.
| -loop-id <integer>} - Loop ID
Use this parameter to specify the loop ID of the device.

Examples

The following example resets a device behind SAS port 0a on node node1:

cluster1::> storage port reset-device -node node1 -port 0a -shelf-name 1.0 -bay-id 10
    

The following example resets a device behind FC port 1b on node node1:

cluster1::> storage port reset-device -node node1 -port 1b -loop-id 20