Fabric Manager Reports > SAN Fabric Details
Version 9.2.01
SAN Fabric Details
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Click a SAN Fabric Name link.
SAN Fabric
The name of the SAN Fabric
Creating Class Name
The name of the class or subclass for this SAN Fabric
Element Name
The name used to identify the SAN Fabric
Enabled State
Denotes the state of the SAN Fabric as either enabled, disabled, or not applicable
SAN Fabric Identifier
An administrative ID for the SAN Fabric
Interop Mode
Indicates if the switch is operating in interoperability mode. For McData switches, this could be modes 2 or 3.
Is Deleted
Indicates if the switch is offline or that a logical switch was deleted.
Indicates the current status of the SAN Fabric.
Last Updated
The last time the database table was updated with the collected data
Name Format
Identifies how the name of the SAN Fabric is generated.
# of Switches
The number of switches in the SAN Fabric. Click the link to view the Switch Summary.
# of Ports
The number of ports in the SAN Fabric.This is a string, not a numeric field. Clink the link to view the Port Summary.
# of Zone Sets
The number of zone sets in the SAN Fabric. Click the link to view the Zone Set Summary.
# of Zones
The number of zones in the SAN Fabric. Click the link to view the Zone Summary.
# of Arrays
The number of arrays in the SAN Fabric. Click the link to view the Array Capacity and Utilization.
# of Hosts
The number of hosts in the SAN Fabric. Click the link to view the Host Capacity and Utilization.