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Displaying initiators

You can use the igroup show command to display all initiators belonging to a particular igroup.

Step

  1. Enter the following command: igroup show igroup_name
    Example
    igroup show -v igroup1
    system1> igroup show -v igroup1
    igroup1:
    OS Type: solaris
    Member: 10:00:00:00:c9:2b:cc:39 (logged in on: vtic, 5a, 5b)
    Member: 10:00:00:00:c9:2b:cb:7e
    ALUA: Yes 
    Report SCSI Name in Inquiry Descriptor: No
    Note: The output of igroup show -v displays the FCP initiator logged in on physical ports as well as a port called "vtic". VTIC is an abbreviation for "virtual target interconnect." VTIC provides a connection between the two nodes in an HA pair, enabling LUNs to be served through target ports on both nodes. It is normal to see VTIC as one of the ports in the output of igroup show -v.