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dennisschneck
07-Dec-2018, 09:28
Hello,
need to know how to check/show the RX/TX Power of an FC Adapter ? (EMULEX)
on SLES12SP3 x86_64

Thanks

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12-Dec-2018, 06:30
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KBOYLE
12-Dec-2018, 18:19
dennisschneck wrote:

>
> Hello,
> need to know how to check/show the RX/TX Power of an FC Adapter ?
> (EMULEX)
> on SLES12SP3 x86_64
>
> Thanks

Hello dennisschneck,

Welcome to the SUSE forums...

I see no one has responded to your question. These forums are staffed
by volunteers each of whom has expertise in different areas. We try our
best to answer questions but sometimes when questions involve specific
products, none of us may have a solution.

I have no experience with EMULEX FC Adapters but I did a Google search
for "show RX/TX Power EMULEX FC Adapter" and found this.

The command you are looking for is ‘sfpshow’. If it is not on your
system it can be found in "Emulex HBA tools" which you may be able to
find on your vendor's website.

You can find additional information if you do an Internet search.

Good luck!

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