The following details the creation of a VxBlock Cisco UCS ‘Ethernet Adapter Policy’ for a compute B-Series blade running VMware ESXi. This policy is leveraged
The following provides guidance in a scenario where your ESXi host boots from SAN, for example this is the standard configuration for Cisco UCS blades
The following script allows the user to retrieve a listing of Network (ENIC) & Storage (FNIC) firmware drivers installed on Cisco UCS blades at a per vSphere cluster level. You may
Begin by connecting to the cluster IP over SSH and checking which FI is Primary/Subordinate: FI-A# show cluster state A: UP, PRIMARY B: UP, SUBORDINATE
Created by Cliff Cahill @CliffCahill In conjunction with the announcement of the ‘Vblock 740’ @VCE’s latest addition to the Vblock range Cliff kindly put his
Fabric Interconnect CLI: By connecting directly to the fabric interconnect you can quickly issue the following commands to Reinitialize (Disable&Enable) the specified FC Port Channel.
These are very useful trick’s in order to obtain a list of WWN’s associated with the blades in a UCS environment. Instead of trawling through