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The CAAC has reviewed this requirement and recommends that IBM view this as a high priority requirement that is important to be addressed. There is a potentially permanent failure looming, so there needs to be a warning for dealing with it, even when it is intermittent.
Background: The COMMON Americas Advisory Council (CAAC) members have a broad range of experience in working with small and medium-sized IBM i customers. CAAC has a key role in working with IBM i development to help assess the value and impact of individual RFEs on the broader IBM i community, and has therefore reviewed your RFE.
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Nancy Uthke-Schmucki - CAAC Program Manager
Thank you for highlighting this storage service, this customer system is V7R3 so doesn't include the new fields, but I will try it out on one of our V7R4 systems.
did you check SQL service SYSDISKSTAT
( https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/node/6340685 )
which can deliver about multipath status, like
SELECT ASP_NUMBER, UNIT_NUMBER, SERIAL_NUMBER, MULTIPLE_PATH_UNIT,
RESOURCE_STATUS FROM qsys2.sysdiskstat ORDER BY SERIAL_NUMBER