Provided by: opa-fastfabric_10.10.3.0.11-1ubuntu1_amd64
opaenableports (Linux) Accepts a disabled ports input file and re-enables the specified ports. The input file can be /etc/opa/disabled*.csv or a user-created subset of such a file. After enabling the port, it is removed from /etc/opa/disabled*.csv.
opaenableports [-h hfi] [-p port] < disabled.csv
--help Produces full help text. -h hfi Specifies the HFI, numbered 1..n. Using 0 specifies that the -p port port is a system-wide port number. Default is 0. -p port Specifies the port, numbered 1..n. Using 0 specifies the first active port. Default is 0. disabled.csv Specifies the input file listing the ports to enable. The list is of the form: NodeGUID;PortNum;NodeType;NodeDesc;Ignored. An input file like this is generated in /etc/opa/disabled* by opadisableports.
-h and -p options permit a variety of selections:
-h 0 First active port in system (Default). -h 0 -p 0 First active port in system. -h x First active port on HFI x. -h x -p 0 First active port on HFI x. -h 0 -p y Port y within system (no matter which ports are active). -h x -p y HFI x, port y.
opaenableports < disabled.csv opaenableports < /etc/opa/disabled:1:1.csv opaenableports -h 1 -p 1 < disabled.csv
For messages containing skipping ports, either the device is offline or the other end of the link has been disabled and the device is no longer accessible in-band. The end of the link previously disabled by opedisableports or opadisablehosts can be found in /etc/opa/disabled:1:1.csv.