Port Egress

port-egress-check

You can use this command to check fabric communications when a connection error occurs while using show commands.

Syntax   port-egress-check

Defaults   None

Access   CLI

History   Command introduced in Version 2.2.6

Usage   Occasionally, the fabric returns a communication error when show commands are executed at the CLI. This command checks for possible communication on fabric ports.

Examples  To use this command, use the following syntax:

CLI network-admin@switch > port-egress-check

pubdev02: Port 1 -> 1-68 but should be 1 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 2 -> 1-68 but should be 2 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 3 -> 1-68 but should be 3 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 4 -> 1-68 but should be 4 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 5 -> 1-68 but should be 5 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 6 -> 1-68 but should be 6 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 7 -> 1-68 but should be 7 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 8 -> 1-68 but should be 8 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 9 -> 1-68 but should be 9 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 10 -> 1-68 but should be 10 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 11 -> 1-68 but should be 11 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 12 -> 1-68 but should be 12 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 13 -> 1-68 but should be 13 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 14 -> 1-68 but should be 14 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 15 -> 1-68 but should be 15 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 16 -> 1-68 but should be 16 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 17 -> 1-68 but should be 17 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 18 -> 1-68 but should be 18 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 19 -> 1-68 but should be 19 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 20 -> 1-68 but should be 20 -> 1-72

pubdev02: Port 21 -> 1-68 but should be 21 -> 1-72

 

See Also   

port-egress-fix

port-egress-show