Current FC OS-Brick code only checks for single WWNN to exclude some HBAs from scanning when we don't receive an initiator_target_map from the backend. There are storage arrays,like XtremIO, that due to their architecture and design have all target ports automatically mapped to LUNs and are returning the initiator_target_map, but some of those ports may not be connected to our HBAs, so we end up with another case of bug #1765000. This patch makes sure that we always check if the target implements single WWNN, not only when we don't receive the initiator_target_map. With this we decrease the likelihood of ending with unexpected devices in our system, because now we will ignore unconnected HBAs (even if reported in the initiator_target_map) if we are working with single WWNN target. Related-Bug: #1765000 Closes-Bug: #1828440 Change-Id: I02c208142f5b342f894666831449243863eccbfe (cherry picked from commit
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Team and repository tags
OpenStack Cinder brick library for managing local volume attaches
- Discovery of volumes being attached to a host for many transport protocols.
- Removal of volumes from a host.
Hacking on brick requires python-gdbm (for Debian derived distributions), Python 2.7 and Python 3.4. A recent tox is required, as is a recent virtualenv (13.1.0 or newer).
If "tox -e py34" fails with the error "db type could not be determined", remove the .testrepository/ directory and then run "tox -e py34".
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