Viewing the enabled configuration
To view the enabled configuration, in privileged EXEC mode enter the show zoning enabled-configuration command. The following information about the enabled configuration is displayed:
- The name of the configuration
- The configuration action
- The mode of the default zone — the mode that will be active if you disable the enabled configuration
The configuration name has CFG_MARKER asterisk (*) appended to it if an outstanding transaction exists; the asterisk is not present if no outstanding transaction exists. Similarly, the configuration action is flagged as "cfg-save" if no outstanding transaction exists; "cfg-none" indicates that an outstanding transaction exists. A CFG_MARKER flag is appended to the configuration if the enabled configuration does not exactly match the defined configuration. This scenario occurs when you have an enabled configuration and make changes to the defined-configuration, and then, instead of enabling the defined configuration, you issue the cfg-save command.
When edits are made to the defined configuration, and those edits affect a currently enabled zone configuration, issuing a "cfg-save" command makes the enabled configuration effectively stale. Until the enabled configuration is reenabled, the merging of new RBridges into the cluster is not recommended. This merging may cause unpredictable results, with the potential for mismatched enabled-zoning configurations among the RBridges in the cluster.
Example of viewing the zoning enabled configuration:
switch# show zoning enabled-configuration zoning enabled-configuration cfg-name cfg1 zoning enabled-configuration enabled-zone zone1 member-entry 10:00:00:00:00:00:00:01 zoning enabled-configuration enabled-zone zone2 member-entry 10:00:00:00:00:00:00:02