lun.inplace events

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LUN.inplace.dmpRstrLUNonNS

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when an in-place restore from a dump fails and creates a metadata inconsistency because the source object type does not match the existing destination object. A LUN has been restored over an existing NVMe namespace at the same path.

Corrective Action

Unmap the NVMe namespace for which the mismatched restore has created a metadata inconsistency by using the "subsystem map remove" command. Remove the NVMe namespace for which the mismatched restore has created a metadata inconsistency by using the "force-fenced" option for the "lun delete" command. Retry the dump restore. If the original restore location was chosen in error, recover that deleted NVMe namespace.

Syslog Message

An in-place restore from dump to an existing destination at path %s in volume %s (DSID %llu) failed due to a vdisk type mismatch.

Parameters

lun_path (STRING): Path of the existing destination for which the restore failed.
volume_name (STRING): Name of the destination volume.
volume_dsid (LONGINT): Data set ID (DSID) of the destination volume.

LUN.inplace.dmpRstrNSonLUN

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when an in-place restore from a dump fails and creates a metadata inconsistency because the source object type does not match the existing destination object. An NVMe namespace has been restored over an existing LUN at the same path.

Corrective Action

Unmap the LUN for which the mismatched restore has created a metadata inconsistency by using the "lun unmap" command. Remove the object for which the mismatched restore has created a metadata inconsistency by using the "force-fenced" option for the "lun delete" command. Retry the dump restore. If the original restore location was chosen in error, recover that deleted LUN.

Syslog Message

An in-place restore from dump to an existing destination at path %s in volume %s (DSID %llu) failed due to a vdisk type mismatch.

Parameters

lun_path (STRING): Path of the existing destination for which restore failed.
volume_name (STRING): Name of the destination volume.
volume_dsid (LONGINT): Data set ID (DSID) of the destination volume.

LUN.inplace.dumpRestoreFail

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when an in-place restore of a LUN from a dump fails because the source LUN is of a higher version than this Data ONTAP® release supports.

Corrective Action

To recover the source LUN’s data from the dump, first restore the LUN to a new path on the destination volume where it will be restored as a regular file with the entire source data intact. Then create a new and unmapped LUN from this file using the 'lun create -f' command. The original destination LUN is inaccessible for I/O or management operations and can be deleted using the 'force-fenced' option for the command 'lun destroy'.

Syslog Message

An in-place restore from dump to an existing destination LUN at path %s in volume %s (DSID %llu) failed.

Parameters

lun_path (STRING): Path of the existing destination LUN for which restore failed.
volume_name (STRING): Name of the destination volume.
volume_dsid (LONGINT): Data set ID (DSID) of the destination volume.

LUN.inplace.restore.failed

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when an in-place SFSR (Single File SnapRestore®) operation fails and might have left a LUN or NVMe namespace in an inconsistent state.

Corrective Action

To recover the LUN, restore it to a new path. After the LUN is restored it needs to be mapped and hosts need to discover the new device. The LUN in the original path can be deleted.

Syslog Message

An in-place SFSR (Single File SnapRestore®) failed at path %s in volume %s (DSID %llu) and might have left the LUN in an inconsistent state.

Parameters

lun_path (STRING): Path of the LUN or NVMe namespace for which the restore operation failed.
volume_name (STRING): Name of the containing volume.
volume_dsid (LONGINT): Data Set ID (DSID) of the containing volume.