net.ifgrp events

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net.ifgrp.addLimitExceeded

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the system fails to create a new interface group because the number of such groups already present on the node exceed either the number of physical ports on the node or the upper bound on number of interface groups supported.

Corrective Action

Delete any existing unused interface groups and retry adding the new interface group. Use the "network port ifgrp delete" and "network port ifgrp create" commands, respectively, to do so.

Syslog Message

ifgrp %s could not be created because the limit for logical interface groups on this node has been reached. The limit per node is equal to the number of physical ports present on the node with an upper bound of %d.

Parameters

vifName (STRING): Name of the interface group that could not be created.
maxIfgrp (INT): Upper bound on number of interface groups supported.

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when a link in an Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) aggregate becomes active.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

ifgrp %s, port %s has transitioned to the active state.

Parameters

aggregateName (STRING): Name of the interface group.
portName (STRING): Name of the member port.

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when a link is operationally up, but becomes inactive in the Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) aggregate with which it has been associated. This can occur due to a configuration, software, or link error, or a hardware failure.

Corrective Action

Search kb.netapp.com for "How to troubleshoot LACP port channel groups".

Syslog Message

ifgrp %s, port %s has transitioned to an inactive state. The interface group is in a degraded state.

Parameters

aggregateName (STRING): Name of the interface group.
portName (STRING): Name of the member port.