Emulex OCe10102-IX-E Download Drivers, Utilities, Manual and Firmware

Available 25 files for OCe10102-IX-E
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Boot Code User Manual
Operating Systems
Boot Code
Size Manual
3.2Mb
File Name
boot_manual.pdf
Information
Introduction..............................................................................................................1
Configuring for the NIC Protocol..............................................................................1
Pre-OS....................................................................................................................2
PXE Boot Process...................................................................................................2
Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008 and
Windows Server 2008 R2 PXE Remote Installation Procedure.........................4
Linux Servers RHEL 5 – PXE Remote Installation Procedure...........................5
Support for the FCoE Protocol.................................................................................8
Boot from SAN for the FCoE Protocol...............................................................8
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2003.......................................8
Configure Boot from SAN on Windows (x86 and x64)...........................8
Configure Boot from SAN on Windows (UEFI)......................................8
New Installation of Windows 2008 UEFI- Aware Operating System
on a UEFI-based x64 Server.................................................................9
Direct a UEFI-Based Server to a Windows Server 2008 OS Image (Installed as UEFI-Aware) Already Installed on the SAN.......................9
The GUID Partition Table....................................................................10
Install Windows Server 2008 on an FC Boot Disk (x86, x64 and UEFI)....10
Install Windows Server 2003 on an FC Boot Disk (x86, x64 and UEFI)....11
Linux and VMware....................................................................................12
Configure Boot from SAN on Linux or VMware (x86 and x64)............12
Configure Boot from SAN on Linux (UEFI)..........................................12
Solaris.......................................................................................................13
Configure Boot from SAN on Solaris SFS (x86 and x64)....................13
Determine LUNs to Select for Boot from SAN.....................................13
Configure Boot from SAN on Solaris SFS (SPARC)............................13
Configure Boot from SAN on Solaris LPFC (SPARC).........................14
Install Solaris from a Network Image..................................................15
Install Solaris by Migrating an Image from a Local SCSI Disk.............16
x86/x64 Platforms..................................................................................................19
Constructing a Basic iSCSI SAN.....................................................................19
Managing an iSCSI Session............................................................................19
iSCSI Login...............................................................................................19
Configuring for the iSCSI Protocol...................................................................19
Setting Up Boot from SAN for iSCSI.........................................................19
Windows Server..................................................................................19
Linux Server........................................................................................20
ESX 3.5 Server...................................................................................20
Boot from SAN for iSCSI MPIO.................................................................20
Windows Server..................................................................................20
Linux Server........................................................................................21
ESX 3.5 Server...................................................................................22
Using the BIOS Utility for the x86 and x64 Architecture.........................................24
Navigating the Utility........................................................................................24
Starting the BIOS Utility...................................................................................24
Enabling an Adapter to Boot from SAN...........................................................25
Scan for Target Devices..................................................................................26
Changing Link Speed......................................................................................26
Resetting to Default Values.............................................................................27
Configuring Boot Devices................................................................................28
Configuring Adapter Parameters.....................................................................31
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Firmware and Boot Code
Operating Systems
Firmware
Version Firmware
2.101.374.4
Size Firmware
4.2Mb
File Name
s1374004.zip
Information
Contains firmware and boot code in a single flash image file.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Firmware Release Notes
Operating Systems
Firmware
Size Firmware
32Kb
File Name
fw_bootcode_release_notes.pdf
Information
Release Notes
Date: January 2010
Product: OneConnect UCNA Firmware/Boot Code
Version: 2.101.374.4
This document describes the new features, resolved known issues and current known issues associated with this Emulex® OneConnect™ Universal Converged Network Adapter (UCNA) firmware/boot code release. For the latest product documentation, go to www.Emulex.com. If you have any questions or require additional information, contact an authorized Emulex technical support representative.
New Features in Firmware/Boot Code 2.101.374.4
1. There are no new features in this release.
Resolved Issues in Firmware/Boot Code 2.101.374.4
FCoE Boot x86 BootBIOS
1. Windows 2008 Now Boots Properly in Microsoft Multi-Path IO Environments with HP Target Devices When HP Target devices, such as HP servers, EVA4400s, and MSA2300, running Windows 2008 were configured for Multi-Path IO environments, booting from SAN may have caused the system to lock up and a message to display stating, “Windows failed to load because the system registry file is missing, or corrupt.” This issue has been corrected.
2. Scanning Devices on Systems with Brocade FCoE 8000 Switches Now Works Properly When a OneConnect UCNA was connected to a Brocade FCoE 8000 switch and target devices were scanned using the BIOS menu, the scanning process may have taken a few minutes. This was due to the OneConnect UCNA port continuously transmitting PLOGIs to itself and then sending ABTS to abort. This issue has been corrected.
Known Issues in Firmware/Boot Code 2.101.374.4
OneConnect UCNA Firmware
1. Registering First VPI after Clear Virtual Link Event Currently Fails After a Clear Virtual Link Event occurs, re-registering the physical port VPI fails with a status code of 0x20 (Invalid VPI).
Workaround: None.
2. Warning Message Occurs with Driver/Firmware Mismatch When driver kit version 2.101.374.0 is loaded and run with firmware version 2.101.374.2, a warning message is posted to the system log.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Firmware Update Manual
Operating Systems
Firmware
Size Firmware
106Kb
File Name
fwupdate.pdf
Information
Introduction.............................................................................................................. 1
Prerequisites ..................................................................................................... 1
Things to Know Before You Download ............................................................. 1
Update Utilities ........................................................................................................ 2

Introduction
For information about any firmware release, see the release notes on the Emulex Web site. Release
notes include information such as new features, compatibility, known issues and resolved known issues.
This manual does not contain the procedures themselves. It serves as a guide to the publication that
contains the procedures you need.

Prerequisites
• Local boot disk.
• The intended Fibre Channel target should be big enough to hold all system files and the swap
slice of the current local boot disk.

Things to Know Before You Download
• Before you download the OneConnect or LightPulse files, create a directory for them.
• As a measure of protection, ensure that critical files on your local boot disk are backed up.
• Firmware may be bundled with boot code. Boot code allows you to designate a device that is
attached to the adapter as a boot drive. If you select a firmware image that includes boot code,
the update procedure will load both the new firmware and the boot code at the same time. After
updating, refer to the Emulex Boot Manual for procedures on enabling the boot code on your
adapter.
• Emulex firmware files support both OneConnect and LightPulse adapters.
• For OneConnect adapters:
• Firmware and boot code are provided in a single flash image called a .UFI file.
• The UFI file contains all of the files that support all OneConnect adapters. The latest
files for your adapter are installed automatically when you use an Emulex utility to
update the firmware.
• The UFI file contains both firmware and boot code.
• For LightPulse adapters:
• Firmware is provided in a .ZIP file as a .ALL file or a .AWC file. You must manually unzip
the .ALL or .AWC file from the .ZIP file before you can use an Emulex utility to install it.
• Firmware differs between adapter models. Make sure you download the appropriate
firmware for your adapter.
• The .ZIP file may or may not include a boot code (.PRG) file.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Linux Offline Utility (requires driver version 8.2.0.29 or later)
Operating Systems
Linux
Version Driver
1.0a11
Size Driver
2.8Mb
File Name
linlpcfg-1.0a11.tgz
Information
Please note: EMC qualifies operation of the hardware, drivers, firmware and Boot Bios for the products referenced, as documented in the current EMC ESM (EMC Support Matrix). Utility software, including HBAnyware and various stand alone utilities used to manage or maintain Emulex products, are not tested by EMC. Utility software is provided for the convenience of EMC customers. Emulex is responsible for the integrity, functionality and support.
WARNING: You are about to download the EMC Approved HBA driver. This driver is optimized for use with EMC "-E" HBAs. It is being made available to you to update your approved EMC HBAs to support your EMC and non-EMC hardware environments. Downloading this EMC approved driver for use with an unqualified or unsupported HBA may be inconsistent with applicable terms and conditions. If you have any questions about the suitability of downloading this driver, contact your Emulex or EMC sales team.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Linux Offline Utility (requires driver version 8.0.16.44 or later)
Operating Systems
Linux
Version Driver
1.0a14
Size Driver
2.8Mb
File Name
linlpcfg-1.0a14.tgz
Information
Please note: EMC qualifies operation of the hardware, drivers, firmware and Boot Bios for the products referenced, as documented in the current EMC ESM (EMC Support Matrix). Utility software, including HBAnyware and various stand alone utilities used to manage or maintain Emulex products, are not tested by EMC. Utility software is provided for the convenience of EMC customers. Emulex is responsible for the integrity, functionality and support.
WARNING: You are about to download the EMC Approved HBA driver. This driver is optimized for use with EMC "-E" HBAs. It is being made available to you to update your approved EMC HBAs to support your EMC and non-EMC hardware environments. Downloading this EMC approved driver for use with an unqualified or unsupported HBA may be inconsistent with applicable terms and conditions. If you have any questions about the suitability of downloading this driver, contact your Emulex or EMC sales team.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Driver Kit
Operating Systems
Linux SLES 11
Size Driver
21.5Mb
File Name
elx_uldk_1.0.0.14_sles11.tar.gz
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for RHEL 5.4
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 and later (x86 and x64)
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Base driver and install script

1. Introduction
2. Linux Distribution support
3. Package Contents
4. Installation and Uninstallation of component Linux drivers
5. Known Issues


1. Introduction
This Unified Linux Drivers Kit (ULDK) package contains all the Linux device
drivers required by all the supported protocols of an Emulex OneConnect
Universal CNA (UCNA).

The following protocols will be supported by the corresponding device driver in
this package:
- FCoE
- NIC
- iSCSI
2. Linux Distribution support
The supported Linux distribution/kernel will be listed in the package's name.

For example, elx_uldk_1.0.0.1_rhel5_sles10.tar.gz will indicate the device
drivers included in this package are supported on RHEL5 and SLES10 distribution
kernels.
3. Package Contents
The ULDK is released as a single gzipped tar file.

After the file is uncompressed the package will will consist of the following
components:

a. elx-uldk-install.sh
General installation script. A user will execute this script to install the
device drivers for the UCNA supported protocols.

b. README
This file.

c. A gzipped tar file that contains the NIC driver to be installed.

d. A gzipped tar file that contains the iSCSI driver to be installed.

e. NIC and iSCSI driver sub-installation scripts. These should not be executed
by the end user.

f. NIC and iSCSI driver update log files.

g. The FC/FCoE protocol driver kit.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Driver Release Notes
Operating Systems
Linux SLES 11
Size Driver
25Kb
File Name
linux_11_release_notes.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for SLES 11
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0) Release Notes
Date: February 2010
Product: Driver for Linux
Version: FC and FCoE version 8.2.8.x
NIC version 2.101.374.0
iSCSI version 2.101.374.0

New Features in the Driver for Linux
1. Supports the OCe1010x OneConnect Universal Converged Network Adapters (CNAs).
2. Supports the OneCommand Manager application version 5.0. Refer to the OneCommand Manager
application User Manual for more information.
3. Adds PCI ID support for the LPSe12002-ML1-E EmulexSecure Fibre Channel Adapter.
4. Adds support for Advanced Error Reporting (AER) for PCIe HBAs.
Resolved Issues in the Driver for Linux
1. Multipath Package Issues Resolved
Corrected issues with the multipath package functions with the OneConnect UCNA.
2. FCF Failures Addressed
Resolved various FCF failures.
3. Corrected Adapter Reset
Corrected adapter reset and offline/online stress test failing with I/O errors.
4. Multiple Spurious Interrupts Resolved
Required OneConnect UCNA to set up and use single FCP EQ only under INTx interrupt mode. Changed
lpfc_use_msi module parameter to use INTx mode (not MSI) by default. This prevents multiple spurious
interrupts from the firmware.
5. Extended Error Handling Issue Resolved
Blocked all SCSI I/O requests from the midlayer until target rediscovery during Extended Error Handling
(EEH).
6. VPort Log Out Issue Resolved
Corrected an issue that prevented a VPort to log out if deleted.
7. mbox sysfs Attribute Resolved
Corrected an issue that resulted in the mbox sysfs attribute smaller than the mailbox extension size.
8. LUN Panic Resolved
Corrected a potential panic if LUNs were unmapped.
9. CPU Lockup Corrected
Resolved an issue that caused the CPU to lock up or hang during boot when authentication is
enabled (fcauthd process is started).
10. Hot Plug Issue Resolved
Corrected a potential system panic issue during PCI Hot Plug.
11. List Corruption Corrected
Corrected an issue that caused a list corruption while unloading the driver.
12. Fabric Login Issue Corrected
Resolved an issue that caused the frame to be zeroed on the wire after a fabric login FLOGI .
13. Advanced Error Reporting Issue Resolved
Added logic to stop and abort all I/Os on an HBA for an advanced error reporting (AER) uncorrectable
non-fatal error handling.
14. AER sysfs entry Point Changed
Made the AER sysfs entry point return "Operation not permitted" for OneConnect UCNAs.
15. Unsolicited CT Exchange Sequences Corrected
Corrected handling of unsolicited CT exchange sequences.
16. Clear Virtual Link Support Added
Added support for Clear Virtual Link command.
17. devloss Timeout Issue Corrected
Corrected a devloss timeout issue when multiple initiators were in the same zone.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Linux User Manual
Operating Systems
Linux SLES 11
Size Manual
2.6Mb
File Name
linux_11.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for SLES 11
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Driver for Linux User Manual Installation ..................................................................................................................... 1
Driver Information .................................................................................................... 1
Supported Features........................................................................................... 1
New Features in this Release............................................................................ 1
Prerequisites ..................................................................................................... 2
For the LPFC Driver Kit............................................................................... 2
For the ULDK .............................................................................................. 2
Compatibility...................................................................................................... 2
Things to Know Before You Download .............................................................. 3
Known Issues .................................................................................................... 3
Installing the LPFC Driver Kit................................................................................... 3
LPFC Driver Kit Install Script Options................................................................ 4
LPFC Driver Kit Directory Structure................................................................... 4
Installing the LPFC Driver on Unsupported Linux Distributions ......................... 4
Upgrading the Kernel or Applying a Distribution Service Pack or Update.......... 5
Installing the LPFC Driver Kit into an Upgraded Kernel............................... 5
Installing the Unified Linux Drivers Kit ..................................................................... 5
Uninstalling the ULDK ....................................................................................... 6
Booting From a Non-Zero LUN Attached to an Emulex Adapter .............................. 6
Installing the OneCommand Manager Application ................................................... 7
Uninstalling the LPFC Driver Kit ........................................................................ 7
Configuration ................................................................................................................. 8
LPFC Driver Configuration Methods Using modprobe and
/etc/modprobe.conf............................................................................................ 8
Temporary Configuration Method ................................................................ 8
Persistent Configuration Method ................................................................. 8
Temporary LPFC Driver Configuration by Read/Write to sysfs .......................... 9
Creating a New Ramdisk Image ...................................................................... 10
For Installed LPFC Driver Kits................................................................... 10
For Distribution In-Box LPFC Drivers ........................................................ 10
Dynamically Adding LUNs and Targets............................................................ 10
LPFC Driver Parameters Reference Table ...................................................... 11
Using udev for Persistent Naming ................................................................... 15
Using udev to Discover Logical to Physical Mappings for sd Devices ....... 15
Configuring the System to Boot From SAN Using Persistent Names ........ 15
Using udev with st Devices ....................................................................... 16
Further Information About Persistent Names ............................................ 17
Working with Virtual Ports (VPorts)........................................................................ 18
Creating, Deleting and Displaying VPorts........................................................ 18
The mkvport.sh Script ............................................................................... 18
The rmvport.sh Script................................................................................ 19
The lsvport.sh Script ................................................................................. 19
The VPort Sysfs Tree ...................................................................................... 19
LPFC Driver Version 8.2.8.2x sysfs Structure.................................................. 20
VPort sysfs Entries.................................................................................... 21
VPort Configuration Limits............................................................................... 23
DHCHAP Authentication and Configuration........................................................... 24
Authentication Configuration Parameters ........................................................ 25
Setting Remote and Local Passwords............................................................. 25
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Applications Kit
Operating Systems
Linux SLES 11
Size Driver
189.4Mb
File Name
elxocm-sles11-5.0.17.4-1.tgz
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for SLES 11
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
OneCommand Manager 5.0 enterprise application (189 MB tgz file)
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
OneCommand Manager Release Notes for Linux
Operating Systems
Linux SLES 11
Version Driver
5.0
Size Driver
80Kb
File Name
linux_release_notes.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for SLES 11
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0) Release Notes
Date: January 2010
Product: Driver for Linux
Version: FC and FCoE version 8.2.0.63
NIC version 2.101.374.0
iSCSI version 2.101.374.0

New Features in the Driver for Linux
1. Supports the OCe1010x OneConnect Universal Converged Network Adapters (CNAs).
2. Supports the OneCommand Manager application version 5.0. Refer to the OneCommand Manager
application User Manual for more information.
3. Adds PCI ID support for the LPSe12002-ML1-E EmulexSecure Fibre Channel Adapter.
4. Adds support for Advanced Error Reporting (AER) for PCIe HBAs.
Resolved Issues in the Driver for Linux
1. Multipath Package Issues Fixed
Corrected issues with the multipath package functions with the OneConnect UCNA.
2. FCF Failures Addressed
Resolved various FCF failures.
3. Corrected Adapter Reset
Corrected adapter reset and offline/online stress test failing with I/O errors.
4. Multiple Spurious Interrupts Corrected
Required OneConnect UCNA to set up and use single FCP EQ only under INTx interrupt mode. Changed
lpfc_use_msi module parameter to use INTx mode (not MSI) by default. This prevents multiple spurious
interrupts from the firmware.
5. Extended Error Handling Issue Resolved
Blocked all SCSI I/O requests from the midlayer until target rediscovery during Extended Error Handling
EEH.
6. VPort Log Out Issue Corrected
Corrected an issue that prevented a VPort to log out if deleted.
7. mbox sysfs Attribute Corrected
Corrected an issue that resulted in the mbox sysfs attribute smaller than the mailbox extension size.
8. LUN Panic Fixed
Fixed a potential panic if LUNs were unmapped.
9. CPU Lockup Fixed
Resolved an issue that caused the CPU to lock up or hang during boot when authentication is
enabled (fcauthd process is started).
10. Hot Plug Issue Resolved
Fixed a potential system panic issue during PCI Hot Plug.
11. List Corruption Fixed
Corrected an issue that caused a list corruption while unloading the driver.
12. Fabric Login Issue Fixed
Resolved an issue that caused the frame to be zeroed on the wire after a fabric login FLOGI .
13. Advanced Error Reporting Issue Resolved
Added logic to stop and abort all I/Os on an HBA for an advanced error reporting (AER) uncorrectable
non-fatal error handling.
14. AER sysfs entry Point Changed
Made the AER sysfs entry point return "Operation not permitted" for OneConnect UCNAs.
15. Unsolicited CT Exchange Sequences Fixed
Fixed handling of unsolicited CT exchange sequences.
16. Clear Virtual Link Support Added
Added support for Clear Virtual Link command.
17. devloss Timeout Issue Fixed
Corrected a devloss timeout issue when multiple initiators were in the same zone.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
OneCommand Manager User Manual
Operating Systems
Linux SLES 11
Version Manual
5.0
Size Manual
5.4Mb
File Name
onecommand.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for SLES 11
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Manual for OneCommand Manager Application Version 5.0

Introduction.............................................................................................................. 1
Supported Features by Operating System......................................................... 2
Known Issues .................................................................................................... 3
Installing and Uninstalling OneCommand Manager
Application Components.......................................................................................... 4
Installing the OneCommand Manager Application............................................. 4
In Windows ................................................................................................. 4
In Solaris SFS ............................................................................................. 4
In Linux ....................................................................................................... 5
In VMware ESX Server ............................................................................... 6
Installing the OneCommand Manager Application Web Launch Interface ... 6
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 6
Procedures.................................................................................................. 7
Installing the OneCommand Manager Application Command Line Interface ..... 8
In Windows ................................................................................................. 9
In a New VMware ESX Server .................................................................... 9
Prerequisites....................................................................................... 10
Procedures ......................................................................................... 10
In a VMware ESX Server with an Existing HBAnyware CLI Kit Installed ... 10
Uninstalling Older HBAnyware Kits on VMware .................................. 10
In a New Linux System ............................................................................. 11
Prerequisites....................................................................................... 11
Procedures ......................................................................................... 11
In a Linux System with an Existing HBAnyware CLI Kit InstalledI ............. 12
Uninstalling Older HBAnyware Kits on Linux....................................... 12
In Solaris SFS ........................................................................................... 13
Prerequisites....................................................................................... 13
Procedures ......................................................................................... 13
Upgrading from the OneCommand Manager Application CLI to the Full-Featured
OneCommand Manager Application Enterprise Kit ......................................... 14
In Windows ............................................................................................... 14
In Linux ..................................................................................................... 14
In Solaris SFS ........................................................................................... 14
In VMware ESX Server ............................................................................. 14
Uninstalling the OneCommand Manager Application .................................. 14
In Windows .............................................................................................. 15
In Solaris SFS ........................................................................................... 15
In Linux ..................................................................................................... 15
In VMware................................................................................................. 15
Uninstalling the OneCommand Manager Application Web Launch
Interface Only .................................................................................................. 15
Starting the OneCommand Manager Application ................................................... 17
Starting the OneCommand Manager Application Web Launch Interface ......... 17
Managing Files when Running the OneCommand Manager Application
Web Launch Interface ............................................................................... 17
Using the OneCommand Manager Application ...................................................... 18
The OneCommand Manager Application Window Element Definitions ........... 18
The Menu Bar ........................................................................................... 19
The Toolbar ............................................................................................... 19
The Toolbar Buttons ................................................................................. 19
The Discovery-Tree .................................................................................. 20
Discovery-Tree Icons ......................................................................... 21
Expanding or Collapsing the Discovery-Tree View ...................... 22
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Core Applications Kit
Operating Systems
Linux SLES 11
Version Driver
5.0
Size Driver
19.5Mb
File Name
elxocmcore-sles11-5.0.17.4-1.tgz
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for SLES 11
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
OneCommand Manager 5.0 core application (19.5 MB tgz file)
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
OneCommand Manager Command Line User Manual
Operating Systems
Linux SLES 11
Version Manual
5.0
Size Manual
1.1Mb
File Name
corekit_user_manual.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for SLES 11
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0) Introduction.............................................................................................................. 1
Installing the OneCommand Manager Application CLI............................................. 2
In Windows........................................................................................................ 2
In a new VMware ESX Server ........................................................................... 2
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 2
Procedures.................................................................................................. 2
In a VMware ESX Server with an Existing HBAnyware CLI Kit Installed ........... 3
In a New Linux System...................................................................................... 3
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 3
Procedures.................................................................................................. 4
In a Linux System with an Existing HBAnyware CLI Kit Installed....................... 4
In Solaris SFS ................................................................................................... 6
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 6
Procedures.................................................................................................. 6
Uninstalling the OneCommand Manager Application CLI ........................................ 6
In VMware ESX Server...................................................................................... 6
In Linux ............................................................................................................. 7
Upgrading from the OneCommand Manager Application CLI to the Full-Featured
OneCommand Manager Application Enterprise Kit.................................................. 8
In Windows........................................................................................................ 8
In Linux ............................................................................................................. 8
In Solaris SFS ................................................................................................... 8
In VMware ESX Server...................................................................................... 8
Using the OneCommand Manager Application Command-Line Interface ................ 9
Using the CLI Client ........................................................................................ 12
Syntax Rules............................................................................................. 12
The CLI Client Command Reference............................................................... 12
Parameters Not Supported by CIM Interface............................................. 13
Read-Only Mode ....................................................................................... 17
Help Commands ....................................................................................... 17
Attributes Commands................................................................................ 18
Authentication Commands ........................................................................ 19
Boot Commands ....................................................................................... 21
CEE Commands ....................................................................................... 22
FCoE Commands...................................................................................... 26
Diagnostic Commands .............................................................................. 27
Driver Parameter Commands.................................................................... 30
Dump Commands ..................................................................................... 33
LUN Masking Commands ......................................................................... 34
Miscellaneous Commands ........................................................................ 35
Persistent Binding Commands .................................................................. 39
TCP/IP Management Host File Commands............................................... 41
VPort Commands...................................................................................... 41
WWN Management Commands................................................................ 43
iSCSI Commands...................................................................................... 44
ASCII Strings that May Be Returned ............................................................... 58
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Offline Utility Manual
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
491Kb
File Name
manual.pdf
Information
EMC qualifies operation of the hardware, drivers, firmware and Boot Bios for the products referenced, as documented in the current EMC ESM (EMC Support Matrix). Utility software, including HBAnyware and various stand alone utilities used to manage or maintain Emulex products, are not tested by EMC. Utility software is provided for the convenience of EMC customers. Emulex is responsible for the integrity, functionality and support.
WARNING: You are about to download the EMC Approved HBA driver. This driver is optimized for use with EMC "-E" HBAs. It is being made available to you to update your approved EMC HBAs to support your EMC and non-EMC hardware environments. Downloading this EMC approved driver for use with an unqualified or unsupported HBA may be inconsistent with applicable terms and conditions. If you have any questions about the suitability of downloading this driver, contact your Emulex or EMC sales team.

Installation ...............................................................................................1
Driver Information .................................................................................................... 1
Supported Features........................................................................................... 1
New Features in this Release............................................................................ 1
Prerequisites ..................................................................................................... 2
For the lpfc Driver Kit .................................................................................. 2
Compatibility...................................................................................................... 2
Things to Know Before You Download .............................................................. 3
Known Issues .................................................................................................... 3
Installing the Driver Kit ............................................................................................ 3
Driver Kit Install Script Options.......................................................................... 4
Driver Kit Directory Structure ............................................................................. 4
Installing the Driver on Unsupported Linux Distributions.......................................... 5
Upgrading the Kernel or Applying a Distribution Service Pack or Update ................ 5
Installing the Driver Kit into an Upgraded Kernel ............................................... 5
Booting From a Non-Zero LUN Attached to an Emulex Adapter .............................. 6
Installing the HBAnyware Utility ............................................................................... 6
Uninstalling the Driver Kit .................................................................................. 7
Configuration ..........................................................................................8
Driver Configuration Methods Using modprobe and
/etc/modprobe.conf............................................................................................ 8
Temporary Configuration Method ................................................................ 8
Persistent Configuration Method ................................................................. 8
Temporary Driver Configuration by Read/Write to sysfs .................................... 9
Creating a New Ramdisk Image ...................................................................... 10
For Installed lpfc Driver Kits ...................................................................... 10
For Distribution In-Box lpfc Drivers............................................................ 10
Dynamically Adding LUNs and Targets............................................................ 10
Driver Parameters Reference Table ................................................................ 11
Using udev for Persistent Naming ................................................................... 15
Using udev to Discover Logical to Physical Mappings for sd Devices ....... 15
Configuring the System to Boot From SAN Using Persistent Names ........ 15
Using udev with st Devices ....................................................................... 16
Further Information About Persistent Names ............................................ 17
Working with Virtual Ports (vports)......................................................................... 18
Creating, Deleting and Displaying vports......................................................... 18
The mkvport.sh Script ............................................................................... 18
The rmvport.sh Script................................................................................ 19
The lsvport.sh Script ................................................................................. 19
The vport Sysfs Tree ....................................................................................... 19
Driver Version 8.2.8.14 sysfs Structure............................................................ 20
Vport sysfs Entries .................................................................................... 21
Vport Configuration Limits ............................................................................... 23
DHCHAP Authentication and Configuration ........................................................... 24
Authentication Configuration Parameters ........................................................ 25
Setting Remote and Local Passwords ............................................................. 25
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
DOS Offline Utility
Operating Systems
MS-DOS
Version Utilities
2.0a5
Size Utilities
100Kb
File Name
doslpcfg_2.0a6.zip
Information
Please note: EMC qualifies operation of the hardware, drivers, firmware and Boot Bios for the products referenced, as documented in the current EMC ESM (EMC Support Matrix). Utility software, including HBAnyware and various stand alone utilities used to manage or maintain Emulex products, are not tested by EMC. Utility software is provided for the convenience of EMC customers. Emulex is responsible for the integrity, functionality and support.
WARNING: You are about to download the EMC Approved HBA driver. This driver is optimized for use with EMC "-E" HBAs. It is being made available to you to update your approved EMC HBAs to support your EMC and non-EMC hardware environments. Downloading this EMC approved driver for use with an unqualified or unsupported HBA may be inconsistent with applicable terms and conditions. If you have any questions about the suitability of downloading this driver, contact your Emulex or EMC sales team.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Driver Kit
Operating Systems
RHEL 5.4
Size Driver
21.5Mb
File Name
elx_uldk_1.0.0.14_rhel5_sles10.tar.gz
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for RHEL 5.4
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 and later (x86 and x64)
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Base driver and install script

1. Introduction
2. Linux Distribution support
3. Package Contents
4. Installation and Uninstallation of component Linux drivers
5. Known Issues


1. Introduction
This Unified Linux Drivers Kit (ULDK) package contains all the Linux device
drivers required by all the supported protocols of an Emulex OneConnect
Universal CNA (UCNA).

The following protocols will be supported by the corresponding device driver in
this package:
- FCoE
- NIC
- iSCSI
2. Linux Distribution support
The supported Linux distribution/kernel will be listed in the package's name.

For example, elx_uldk_1.0.0.1_rhel5_sles10.tar.gz will indicate the device
drivers included in this package are supported on RHEL5 and SLES10 distribution
kernels.
3. Package Contents
The ULDK is released as a single gzipped tar file.

After the file is uncompressed the package will will consist of the following
components:

a. elx-uldk-install.sh
General installation script. A user will execute this script to install the
device drivers for the UCNA supported protocols.

b. README
This file.

c. A gzipped tar file that contains the NIC driver to be installed.

d. A gzipped tar file that contains the iSCSI driver to be installed.

e. NIC and iSCSI driver sub-installation scripts. These should not be executed
by the end user.

f. NIC and iSCSI driver update log files.

g. The FC/FCoE protocol driver kit.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Driver Release Notes
Operating Systems
RHEL 5.4
Size Driver
31Kb
File Name
linux_release_notes.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for RHEL 5.4
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 and later (x86 and x64)
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0) Release Notes
Date: January 2010
Product: Driver for Linux
Version: FC and FCoE version 8.2.0.63
NIC version 2.101.374.0
iSCSI version 2.101.374.0

New Features in the Driver for Linux
1. Supports the OCe1010x OneConnect Universal Converged Network Adapters (CNAs).
2. Supports the OneCommand Manager application version 5.0. Refer to the OneCommand Manager
application User Manual for more information.
3. Adds PCI ID support for the LPSe12002-ML1-E EmulexSecure Fibre Channel Adapter.
4. Adds support for Advanced Error Reporting (AER) for PCIe HBAs.
Resolved Issues in the Driver for Linux
1. Multipath Package Issues Fixed
Corrected issues with the multipath package functions with the OneConnect UCNA.
2. FCF Failures Addressed
Resolved various FCF failures.
3. Corrected Adapter Reset
Corrected adapter reset and offline/online stress test failing with I/O errors.
4. Multiple Spurious Interrupts Corrected
Required OneConnect UCNA to set up and use single FCP EQ only under INTx interrupt mode. Changed
lpfc_use_msi module parameter to use INTx mode (not MSI) by default. This prevents multiple spurious
interrupts from the firmware.
5. Extended Error Handling Issue Resolved
Blocked all SCSI I/O requests from the midlayer until target rediscovery during Extended Error Handling
EEH.
6. VPort Log Out Issue Corrected
Corrected an issue that prevented a VPort to log out if deleted.
7. mbox sysfs Attribute Corrected
Corrected an issue that resulted in the mbox sysfs attribute smaller than the mailbox extension size.
8. LUN Panic Fixed
Fixed a potential panic if LUNs were unmapped.
9. CPU Lockup Fixed
Resolved an issue that caused the CPU to lock up or hang during boot when authentication is
enabled (fcauthd process is started).
10. Hot Plug Issue Resolved
Fixed a potential system panic issue during PCI Hot Plug.
11. List Corruption Fixed
Corrected an issue that caused a list corruption while unloading the driver.
12. Fabric Login Issue Fixed
Resolved an issue that caused the frame to be zeroed on the wire after a fabric login FLOGI .
13. Advanced Error Reporting Issue Resolved
Added logic to stop and abort all I/Os on an HBA for an advanced error reporting (AER) uncorrectable
non-fatal error handling.
14. AER sysfs entry Point Changed
Made the AER sysfs entry point return "Operation not permitted" for OneConnect UCNAs.
15. Unsolicited CT Exchange Sequences Fixed
Fixed handling of unsolicited CT exchange sequences.
16. Clear Virtual Link Support Added
Added support for Clear Virtual Link command.
17. devloss Timeout Issue Fixed
Corrected a devloss timeout issue when multiple initiators were in the same zone.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Linux User Manual
Operating Systems
RHEL 5.4
Size Manual
2.5Mb
File Name
linux.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for RHEL 5.4
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 and later (x86 and x64)
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Driver for Linux User Manual Installation ...............................................................................................1
Driver Information .................................................................................................... 1
Supported Features........................................................................................... 1
New Features in this Release............................................................................ 1
Prerequisites ..................................................................................................... 1
For the LPFC Driver Kit............................................................................... 1
Compatibility...................................................................................................... 2
Things to Know Before You Download .............................................................. 2
Known Issues.................................................................................................... 2
Installing the Driver Kit ............................................................................................ 2
Driver Kit Install Script Options.......................................................................... 3
Driver Kit Directory Structure ............................................................................. 3
Installing the Driver on Unsupported Linux Distributions.......................................... 3
Upgrading the Kernel or Applying a Distribution Service Pack or Update ................ 4
Installing the Driver Kit into an Upgraded Kernel ............................................... 4
Installing the Utilities and the Application Helper Module......................................... 4
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 4
Procedure ................................................................................................... 5
Utilities Directory Structure.......................................................................... 5
Installing the HBAnyware Utility with Web Launch............................................. 6
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 6
Procedure ................................................................................................... 6
Installing the HBAnyware Security Configurator ................................................ 7
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 7
Procedure ................................................................................................... 7
Installing the HBAnyware Utility and the Application Helper Module
using the Upgrade Kernel Option ..................................................................... 7
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 7
Procedure ................................................................................................... 7
Uninstalling the Driver Kit .................................................................................. 8
Uninstalling a Previous Application Helper Module
(Stand Alone Kit) ............................................................................................... 9
Uninstalling the Utilities ........................................................................................... 9
Uninstalling the HBAnyware Security Configurator............................................ 9
Uninstalling HBAnyware Web Launch only...................................................... 10
Uninstalling the HBAnyware Utility and the Application Helper Module ........... 10
Configuration ........................................................................................11
Driver Configuration Methods using modprobe and
/etc/modprobe.conf.......................................................................................... 11
Temporary Configuration Method .............................................................. 11
Persistent Configuration Method ............................................................... 11
Creating a New Ramdisk Image ...................................................................... 12
For Installed LPFC Driver Kits................................................................... 12
For Distribution In-Box LPFC Drivers ........................................................ 13
Temporary Driver Configuration by Read/Write to sysfs .................................. 13
Dynamically Adding LUNs and Targets............................................................ 14
Driver Parameters Reference Table ................................................................ 14
Using udev for Persistent Naming ................................................................... 17
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Applications Kit
Operating Systems
RHEL 5.4
Size Driver
290.7Mb
File Name
elxocm-rhel5-sles10-5.0.17.4-1.tgz
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for RHEL 5.4
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 and later (x86 and x64)
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
OneCommand Manager 5.0 enterprise application (290 MB tgz file)
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
OneCommand Manager Release Notes for Linux
Operating Systems
RHEL 5.4
Version Driver
5.0
Size Driver
80Kb
File Name
linux_release_notes.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for RHEL 5.4
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 and later (x86 and x64)
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0) Release Notes
Date: January 2010
Product: Driver for Linux
Version: FC and FCoE version 8.2.0.63
NIC version 2.101.374.0
iSCSI version 2.101.374.0

New Features in the Driver for Linux
1. Supports the OCe1010x OneConnect Universal Converged Network Adapters (CNAs).
2. Supports the OneCommand Manager application version 5.0. Refer to the OneCommand Manager
application User Manual for more information.
3. Adds PCI ID support for the LPSe12002-ML1-E EmulexSecure Fibre Channel Adapter.
4. Adds support for Advanced Error Reporting (AER) for PCIe HBAs.
Resolved Issues in the Driver for Linux
1. Multipath Package Issues Fixed
Corrected issues with the multipath package functions with the OneConnect UCNA.
2. FCF Failures Addressed
Resolved various FCF failures.
3. Corrected Adapter Reset
Corrected adapter reset and offline/online stress test failing with I/O errors.
4. Multiple Spurious Interrupts Corrected
Required OneConnect UCNA to set up and use single FCP EQ only under INTx interrupt mode. Changed
lpfc_use_msi module parameter to use INTx mode (not MSI) by default. This prevents multiple spurious
interrupts from the firmware.
5. Extended Error Handling Issue Resolved
Blocked all SCSI I/O requests from the midlayer until target rediscovery during Extended Error Handling
EEH.
6. VPort Log Out Issue Corrected
Corrected an issue that prevented a VPort to log out if deleted.
7. mbox sysfs Attribute Corrected
Corrected an issue that resulted in the mbox sysfs attribute smaller than the mailbox extension size.
8. LUN Panic Fixed
Fixed a potential panic if LUNs were unmapped.
9. CPU Lockup Fixed
Resolved an issue that caused the CPU to lock up or hang during boot when authentication is
enabled (fcauthd process is started).
10. Hot Plug Issue Resolved
Fixed a potential system panic issue during PCI Hot Plug.
11. List Corruption Fixed
Corrected an issue that caused a list corruption while unloading the driver.
12. Fabric Login Issue Fixed
Resolved an issue that caused the frame to be zeroed on the wire after a fabric login FLOGI .
13. Advanced Error Reporting Issue Resolved
Added logic to stop and abort all I/Os on an HBA for an advanced error reporting (AER) uncorrectable
non-fatal error handling.
14. AER sysfs entry Point Changed
Made the AER sysfs entry point return "Operation not permitted" for OneConnect UCNAs.
15. Unsolicited CT Exchange Sequences Fixed
Fixed handling of unsolicited CT exchange sequences.
16. Clear Virtual Link Support Added
Added support for Clear Virtual Link command.
17. devloss Timeout Issue Fixed
Corrected a devloss timeout issue when multiple initiators were in the same zone.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
OneCommand Manager User Manual
Operating Systems
RHEL 5.4
Version Manual
5.0
Size Manual
5.4Mb
File Name
onecommand.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for RHEL 5.4
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 and later (x86 and x64)
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Manual for OneCommand Manager Application Version 5.0 Introduction.............................................................................................................. 1
Supported Features by Operating System......................................................... 2
Known Issues .................................................................................................... 3
Installing and Uninstalling OneCommand Manager
Application Components.......................................................................................... 4
Installing the OneCommand Manager Application............................................. 4
In Windows ................................................................................................. 4
In Solaris SFS ............................................................................................. 4
In Linux ....................................................................................................... 5
In VMware ESX Server ............................................................................... 6
Installing the OneCommand Manager Application Web Launch Interface ... 6
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 6
Procedures.................................................................................................. 7
Installing the OneCommand Manager Application Command Line Interface ..... 8
In Windows ................................................................................................. 9
In a New VMware ESX Server .................................................................... 9
Prerequisites....................................................................................... 10
Procedures ......................................................................................... 10
In a VMware ESX Server with an Existing HBAnyware CLI Kit Installed ... 10
Uninstalling Older HBAnyware Kits on VMware .................................. 10
In a New Linux System ............................................................................. 11
Prerequisites....................................................................................... 11
Procedures ......................................................................................... 11
In a Linux System with an Existing HBAnyware CLI Kit InstalledI ............. 12
Uninstalling Older HBAnyware Kits on Linux....................................... 12
In Solaris SFS ........................................................................................... 13
Prerequisites....................................................................................... 13
Procedures ......................................................................................... 13
Upgrading from the OneCommand Manager Application CLI to the Full-Featured
OneCommand Manager Application Enterprise Kit ......................................... 14
In Windows ............................................................................................... 14
In Linux ..................................................................................................... 14
In Solaris SFS ........................................................................................... 14
In VMware ESX Server ............................................................................. 14
Uninstalling the OneCommand Manager Application .................................. 14
In Windows .............................................................................................. 15
In Solaris SFS ........................................................................................... 15
In Linux ..................................................................................................... 15
In VMware................................................................................................. 15
Uninstalling the OneCommand Manager Application Web Launch
Interface Only .................................................................................................. 15
Starting the OneCommand Manager Application ................................................... 17
Starting the OneCommand Manager Application Web Launch Interface ......... 17
Managing Files when Running the OneCommand Manager Application
Web Launch Interface ............................................................................... 17
Using the OneCommand Manager Application ...................................................... 18
The OneCommand Manager Application Window Element Definitions ........... 18
The Menu Bar ........................................................................................... 19
The Toolbar ............................................................................................... 19
The Toolbar Buttons ................................................................................. 19
The Discovery-Tree .................................................................................. 20
Discovery-Tree Icons ......................................................................... 21
Expanding or Collapsing the Discovery-Tree View ...................... 22
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
Core Applications Kit
Operating Systems
RHEL 5.4
Version Driver
5.0
Size Driver
47Mb
File Name
elxocmcore-rhel5-sles10-5.0.17.4-1.tgz
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for RHEL 5.4
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 and later (x86 and x64)
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0)
OneCommand Manager 5.0 core application (47 MB tgz file)
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
OneCommand Manager Command Line User Manual
Operating Systems
RHEL 5.4
Version Manual
5.0
Size Manual
1.1Mb
File Name
corekit_user_manual.pdf
Information
Unified Linux Driver Kit 1.0.0.14 for RHEL 5.4
This driver supports iSCSI and Ethernet adapters.
Tested distributions and architectures:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 and later (x86 and x64)
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 and later (x86 and x64)
Supported Protocols:
iSCSI (driver version 2.101.374.0)
Ethernet (driver version 2.101.374.0) Introduction.............................................................................................................. 1
Installing the OneCommand Manager Application CLI............................................. 2
In Windows........................................................................................................ 2
In a new VMware ESX Server ........................................................................... 2
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 2
Procedures.................................................................................................. 2
In a VMware ESX Server with an Existing HBAnyware CLI Kit Installed ........... 3
In a New Linux System...................................................................................... 3
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 3
Procedures.................................................................................................. 4
In a Linux System with an Existing HBAnyware CLI Kit Installed....................... 4
In Solaris SFS ................................................................................................... 6
Prerequisites ............................................................................................... 6
Procedures.................................................................................................. 6
Uninstalling the OneCommand Manager Application CLI ........................................ 6
In VMware ESX Server...................................................................................... 6
In Linux ............................................................................................................. 7
Upgrading from the OneCommand Manager Application CLI to the Full-Featured
OneCommand Manager Application Enterprise Kit.................................................. 8
In Windows........................................................................................................ 8
In Linux ............................................................................................................. 8
In Solaris SFS ................................................................................................... 8
In VMware ESX Server...................................................................................... 8
Using the OneCommand Manager Application Command-Line Interface ................ 9
Using the CLI Client ........................................................................................ 12
Syntax Rules............................................................................................. 12
The CLI Client Command Reference............................................................... 12
Parameters Not Supported by CIM Interface............................................. 13
Read-Only Mode ....................................................................................... 17
Help Commands ....................................................................................... 17
Attributes Commands................................................................................ 18
Authentication Commands ........................................................................ 19
Boot Commands ....................................................................................... 21
CEE Commands ....................................................................................... 22
FCoE Commands...................................................................................... 26
Diagnostic Commands .............................................................................. 27
Driver Parameter Commands.................................................................... 30
Dump Commands ..................................................................................... 33
LUN Masking Commands ......................................................................... 34
Miscellaneous Commands ........................................................................ 35
Persistent Binding Commands .................................................................. 39
TCP/IP Management Host File Commands............................................... 41
VPort Commands...................................................................................... 41
WWN Management Commands................................................................ 43
iSCSI Commands...................................................................................... 44
ASCII Strings that May Be Returned ............................................................... 58
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex OCe10102-IX-E
Description
OneCommand Manager Release Notes for Linux
Operating Systems
RHEL 5.4
Version Driver
5.0
Size Driver
80Kb
File Name
linux_release_notes.pdf
Information
Linux Software Kit
IBM Branded OCe10102-NX-X PCIe CNA
Emulex 10GbE Virtual Fabric Adapter for IBM System x
(IBM Option P/N 49Y4250; IBM Card P/N 49Y4251)
OneCommand Manager version 5.0 Release Notes
Date: January 2010
Product: Driver for Linux
Version: FC and FCoE version 8.2.0.63
NIC version 2.101.374.0
iSCSI version 2.101.374.0

New Features in the Driver for Linux
1. Supports the OCe1010x OneConnect Universal Converged Network Adapters (CNAs).
2. Supports the OneCommand Manager application version 5.0. Refer to the OneCommand Manager
application User Manual for more information.
3. Adds PCI ID support for the LPSe12002-ML1-E EmulexSecure Fibre Channel Adapter.
4. Adds support for Advanced Error Reporting (AER) for PCIe HBAs.
Resolved Issues in the Driver for Linux
1. Multipath Package Issues Fixed
Corrected issues with the multipath package functions with the OneConnect UCNA.
2. FCF Failures Addressed
Resolved various FCF failures.
3. Corrected Adapter Reset
Corrected adapter reset and offline/online stress test failing with I/O errors.
4. Multiple Spurious Interrupts Corrected
Required OneConnect UCNA to set up and use single FCP EQ only under INTx interrupt mode. Changed
lpfc_use_msi module parameter to use INTx mode (not MSI) by default. This prevents multiple spurious
interrupts from the firmware.
5. Extended Error Handling Issue Resolved
Blocked all SCSI I/O requests from the midlayer until target rediscovery during Extended Error Handling
EEH.
6. VPort Log Out Issue Corrected
Corrected an issue that prevented a VPort to log out if deleted.
7. mbox sysfs Attribute Corrected
Corrected an issue that resulted in the mbox sysfs attribute smaller than the mailbox extension size.
8. LUN Panic Fixed
Fixed a potential panic if LUNs were unmapped.
9. CPU Lockup Fixed
Resolved an issue that caused the CPU to lock up or hang during boot when authentication is
enabled (fcauthd process is started).
10. Hot Plug Issue Resolved
Fixed a potential system panic issue during PCI Hot Plug.
11. List Corruption Fixed
Corrected an issue that caused a list corruption while unloading the driver.
12. Fabric Login Issue Fixed
Resolved an issue that caused the frame to be zeroed on the wire after a fabric login FLOGI .
13. Advanced Error Reporting Issue Resolved
Added logic to stop and abort all I/Os on an HBA for an advanced error reporting (AER) uncorrectable
non-fatal error handling.
14. AER sysfs entry Point Changed
Made the AER sysfs entry point return "Operation not permitted" for OneConnect UCNAs.
15. Unsolicited CT Exchange Sequences Fixed
Fixed handling of unsolicited CT exchange sequences.
16. Clear Virtual Link Support Added
Added support for Clear Virtual Link command.
17. devloss Timeout Issue Fixed
Corrected a devloss timeout issue when multiple initiators were in the same zone.
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