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Data collected for HBAs on Windows servers

Data collected for HBAs on Windows servers

Discovery collects information on host bus adapters (HBA) for Fibre Channel enabled devices connected to Windows servers.

Discovery on Windows supports HBAs on any OS.

Table 1. HBA tables and fields
Label Table Field Name Source
Name Storage HBA [cmdb_ci_storage_hba] name
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012
WWNN Storage HBA [cmdb_ci_storage_hba] wwnn
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012
Model ID Storage HBA [cmdb_ci_storage_hba] model_id
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012
Computer Storage HBA [cmdb_ci_storage_hba] computer
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012
Table 2. Fibre Channel ports
Label Table Field Name Source
WWPN Fibre Channel Port [cmdb_ci_fc_port] wwpn
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012
WWNN Fibre Channel Port [cmdb_ci_fc_port] wwnn
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012
Port type Fibre Channel Port [cmdb_ci_fc_port] port_type
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012
Speed Fibre Channel Port [cmdb_ci_fc_port] speed
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012
Controller Fibre Channel Port [cmdb_ci_fc_port] controller
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012
Computer Fibre Channel Port [cmdb_ci_fc_port] computer
  • VMware - vCenter probe
  • Windows - Storage 2008
  • Windows - Storage 2012

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