fcrls - Fibre Channel Read Link Error Status Block (RLS) tool
fcrls –port rport_bsg_name [–quiet]
fcrls –fcid rport_port_FC-ID [–quiet]
The fcrls command performs Fibre Channel Read Link Error Status Block (RLS) ELS request (see FC-LS-2) via BSG over a given rport bsg name or FC-ID.
fcrls takes either a rport bsg name or a rport port FC-ID as the input. To disable verbose output, use the –quiet option.
Send RLS to a rport by FC remote port bsg name, e.g., rport-7:0-1.
Send RLS to a rport by port FC-ID, e.g., 0xce000d.
Disable verbose output.
Display a help message with basic usage instructions.
Sends RLS to the FC remote port as rport-7:0-1
fcrls --port rport-7:0-1
Sends RLS to the FC remote port with 0xce000d as its port FC-ID
fcrls --fcid 0xce000d
fcrls is part of the fcoe-utils package, maintained through the Open-FCoE project. Resources for both developers and users can be found at the Open-FCoE website http://open-fcoe.org/.
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Time: 18:47:31 GMT, January 24, 2013