raid.assim events

Contributors

raid.assim.add.offline.disk

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This event is generated when adding an offline disk into a raidtree.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Adding offline %s to plex_id:%d

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): Formatted information of the offline disk.
plexId (INT): The identifier for the plex.
shelf (STRING): Shelf identifier where the disk is located
bay (STRING): Disk bay within the shelf where disk is located
vendor (STRING): Name of the vendor of the disk
model (STRING): Model string of the disk drive
firmware_revision (STRING): Firmware revision number of the disk
serialno (STRING): Serial number of the disk
disk_type (INT): Type of disk drive
disk_rpm (STRING): Rotational speed of disk in RPM
carrier (STRING): Unique ID of the carrier in which the disk is installed.
site (STRING): For a MetroCluster(tm) configuration, indicates the site {Local|Remote} where the disk is located. For non-MetroCluster configurations, site is 'Local'.

raid.assim.build.errorDisk

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when RAID cannot build a RAID tree for a specific plex from a specific disk. Data ONTAP® takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Error building RAID tree %s, plex %d, from disk %s.

Parameters

tree (STRING): Volume type.
plexId (INT): Identifier for the plex.
disk (STRING): Name of the disk.

raid.assim.cfo.aggr.offline

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This event occurs when a CFO aggregate which is orginally homed to the disaster recovery (DR) partner or DR auxiliary partner is taken offline during assimilation after switchover in a MetroCluster(tm) configuration. Switched over CFO aggregates are kept offline.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Aggregate %s%s originally homed to %u is taken offline. Reason: %s.

Parameters

owner (STRING): Owner of affected aggregate.
aggregate (STRING): The name of the aggregate.
dr_home_owner_id (INT): NVRAM system ID of the aggregate’s disaster recovery (DR) home owner.
reason (STRING): The reason for taking the aggregate offline.

raid.assim.cls.mismatchGens

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when Data ONTAP® excludes a disk from assimilation into this RAID tree because of a configuration error detected by the consistent label set (CLS) algorithm: the disk transaction generation contains an internal inconsistency. Data ONTAP takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

Data ONTAP takes appropriate recovery actions but if the aggregate is still shown as 'failed' when the command 'sysconfig -r' or 'aggr status -r' is run, then contact NetApp technical support for information about how to resolve the issue.

Syslog Message

Orphaning disk %s, because of generation count mismatch (%d/%d).

Parameters

disk (STRING): Name of the disk.
l1gen (INT): Generation count of the disk’s L1 transaction.
l2gen (INT): Generation count of the disk’s L2 transaction.

raid.assim.cls.noStableCls

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the consistent label set (CLS) algorithm is restarted because Data ONTAP® could not determine a consistent CLS for all of the RAID aggregates. Data ONTAP takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Unable to find a stable CLS for all RAID trees. Resorting disks.

Parameters

(None).

raid.assim.cls.noStableCls2

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the consistent label set (CLS) algorithm is restarted because Data ONTAP® could not determine a consistent CLS for all of the RAID aggregates with Label 2. Data ONTAP takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Unable to find a stable CLS for all RAID trees with Label 2. Resorting disks.

Parameters

(None).

raid.assim.cls.retryCls

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the consistent label set (CLS) algorithm is restarted due to a disk that appears with an unreasonable timestamp (appears to be a future time). Data ONTAP® takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Suspect unreasonable timestamp in future for disk in plex %s/%d. Restarting CLS algorithm.

Parameters

plex (STRING): Plex name.
pid (INT): Plex ID.

raid.assim.cls.tooManyPlexes

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the number of plexes detected exceeds the maximum limit allowed, during consistent label set (CLS) computation. Data ONTAP® takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Raidtree %s has more than %d plexes (plex IDs %d, %d, %d)

Parameters

vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
maxPlexes (INT): Maximum number of plexes allowed per tree.
plex1 (INT): Plex #1.
plex2 (INT): Plex #2.
plex3 (INT): Plex #3.

raid.assim.cls.tooRecent

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when Data ONTAP® excludes a disk from assimilation into this RAID tree because of a configuration error detected by the consistent label set (CLS) algorithm: the disk transaction identifier indicates that it is more recent than the base transaction ID of the CLS. Data ONTAP takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

Data ONTAP takes appropriate recovery actions but if the aggregate is still shown as 'failed' when the command 'sysconfig -r' or 'aggr status -r' is run, then contact NetApp technical support for information about how to resolve the issue.

Syslog Message

Orphaning disk %s, because its generation (%d/%d) is more recent than %d/%d.

Parameters

disk (STRING): Name of the disk.
t1gen (INT): Generation count of the disk’s transaction.
t1time (INT): Timestamp of the disk’s transaction.
vgen (INT): Generation count of the aggregate.
vtime (INT): Timestamp of the aggregate transaction.

raid.assim.cxt.degradedDirty

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This message occurs when RAID detects that a context parity protected aggregate contains a degraded RAID group and has dirty parity.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s "%s%s" is degraded and has dirty parity.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
host (STRING): 'Local' or 'Partner' where the aggregate is located.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.

raid.assim.disk.badlabelversion

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when RAID assimilation discovers that a disk has an invalid raid label version. Data ONTAP® marks the disk as broken.

Corrective Action

Contact NetApp technical support. For information about correcting the problem, search for the "raid.assim.disk.badlabelversion" keyword on the Knowledgebase of the NetApp Support Site.

Syslog Message

%s has %s RAID label with version (%d), which is not within the currently supported range (%d - %d).

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): Information about the disk object, including disk name, path, shelf, bay, serial number, vendor, model, RPM and carrier serial number.
gen (STRING): Non-empty string for the old format label.
version (INT): Label version number.
versionLow (INT): Lower range of the valid label version.
versionHigh (INT): Upper range of the valid label version.
shelf (STRING): Identifier of the shelf where the disk is located.
bay (STRING): Disk bay within the shelf where the disk is located.
vendor (STRING): Name of the vendor of the disk.
model (STRING): Model string of the disk.
firmware_revision (STRING): Firmware revision number of the disk.
serialno (STRING): Serial number of the disk.
disk_type (INT): Type of disk.
disk_rpm (STRING): Rotational speed of the disk, in RPM.
carrier (STRING): Unique ID of the carrier in which the disk is installed.
site (STRING): For a MetroCluster(tm) configuration, indicates the site {Local|Remote} where the disk is located. For non-MetroCluster configurations, site is 'Local'.

raid.assim.disk.broken

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when we discover that a broken disk has been discovered during assimilation.

Corrective Action

Wait for the event message raid.disk.unload.done or raid.carrier.remove to be issued and then replace the carrier containing the failed disk. If the disk is contained in a single-disk carrier, raid.disk.unload.done will be issued immediately. Otherwise, wait for raid.carrier.remove which indicates the carrier has been fully prepared for removal.

Syslog Message

Broken %s detected during assimilation.

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): Formatted information of the disk
shelf (STRING): Shelf identifier where the disk is located
bay (STRING): Disk bay within the shelf where disk is located
vendor (STRING): Name of the vendor of the disk
model (STRING): Model string of the disk drive
firmware_revision (STRING): Firmware revision number of the disk
serialno (STRING): Serial number of the disk
disk_type (INT): Type of disk drive
disk_rpm (STRING): Rotational speed of disk in RPM
carrier (STRING): Unique ID of the carrier in which the disk is installed.
site (STRING): For a MetroCluster(tm) configuration, indicates the site {Local|Remote} where the disk is located. For non-MetroCluster configurations, site is 'Local'.

raid.assim.disk.brokenPreAssim

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when we discover that a broken disk has been discovered prior to assimilation.

Corrective Action

Wait for the event message raid.disk.unload.done or raid.carrier.remove to be issued and then replace the carrier containing the failed disk. If the disk is contained in a single-disk carrier, raid.disk.unload.done will be issued immediately. Otherwise, wait for raid.carrier.remove which indicates the carrier has been fully prepared for removal.

Syslog Message

Broken %s detected prior to assimilation.

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): Formatted information of the disk
shelf (STRING): Shelf identifier where the disk is located
bay (STRING): Disk bay within the shelf where disk is located
vendor (STRING): Name of the vendor of the disk
model (STRING): Model string of the disk drive
firmware_revision (STRING): Firmware revision number of the disk
serialno (STRING): Serial number of the disk
disk_type (INT): Type of disk drive
disk_rpm (STRING): Rotational speed of disk in RPM
carrier (STRING): Unique ID of the carrier in which the disk is installed.
site (STRING): For a MetroCluster(tm) configuration, indicates the site {Local|Remote} where the disk is located. For non-MetroCluster configurations, site is 'Local'.

raid.assim.disk.md5error

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This event occurs when we detect that a disk label has an MD5 signature that is different from the MD5 signature of the disk that it’s on. Usually this is due to a disk serial number change.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s%s%s, diskobj_verify: MD5 signature of disk %s (S/N %s) does not match with its label signature. This has been corrected.

Parameters

container (STRING): The type of container (aggregate, disk pool).
owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
disk (STRING): The name of the disk
serial (STRING): The serial number of the disk
oldmd5 (STRING): The old MD5 checksum of the disk
newmd5 (STRING): The new MD5 checksum of the disk

raid.assim.disk.nolabels

Severity

EMERGENCY

Description

This event occurs when we detect that a disk has no valid labels. Disks in NetApp systems should always have valid labels; therefore, a disk without labels implies that there is corruption somewhere in the data path to the disk. (This is the most common cause, often because of loose cables or a newly added shelf.) It is possible, although much less likely, that the disk itself is experiencing silent data corruption. The affected disk is taken out of service for the reason "bad label."

Corrective Action

If the disk was newly added and really should be treated as a spare, the "disk unfail" command will mark the disk as a spare. Otherwise, if the disk was previously working normally, check the connectivity to the disk. Are all the cables secured? Sometimes newly added shelves or loose cables can cause electrical noise on the bus that corrupts data transmission. If the connectivity to the disk is good and there is filesystem data on the disk, contact NetApp technical support for help.

Syslog Message

%s has no valid labels. It will be taken out of service to prevent possible data loss.

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): Formatted information of the disk
shelf (STRING): Shelf identifier where the disk is located
bay (STRING): Disk bay within the shelf where disk is located
vendor (STRING): Name of the vendor of the disk
model (STRING): Model string of the disk drive
firmware_revision (STRING): Firmware revision number of the disk
serialno (STRING): Serial number of the disk
disk_type (INT): Type of disk drive
disk_rpm (STRING): Rotational speed of disk in RPM
carrier (STRING): Unique ID of the carrier in which the disk is installed.
site (STRING): For a MetroCluster(tm) configuration, indicates the site {Local|Remote} where the disk is located. For non-MetroCluster configurations, site is 'Local'.

raid.assim.disk.region.hole

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when RAID assimilation detects that a disk has a hole between the two disk regions. Data ONTAP® takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

Contact NetApp technical support. For information about correcting the problem, search for the "raid.assim.disk.region.hole" keyword on the Knowledgebase of the NetApp Support Site.

Syslog Message

Disk %s (S/N %s) has a hole in its allocated space between region %d (type %s,start %llu, size %llu) and region %d (type %s, start %llu, size %llu).

Parameters

disk (STRING): Name of the disk.
diskSerialno (STRING): Serial number of the disk.
regionId1 (INT): First disk region identifier.
region1 (STRING): First disk region name.
start1 (LONGINT): Start of the first disk region.
size1 (LONGINT): Size of the first disk region.
regionId2 (INT): Second disk region identifier.
region2 (STRING): Second disk region name.
start2 (LONGINT): Start of the second disk region.
size2 (LONGINT): Size of the second disk region.

raid.assim.disk.region.overlap

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when RAID assimilation detects that a disk has two regions overlapping. Data ONTAP®takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

Contact NetApp technical support. For information about correcting the problem, search for the "raid.assim.disk.region.overlap" keyword on the Knowledgebase of the NetApp Support Site.

Syslog Message

On disk %s (S/N %s), region %d (type %s, start %llu, size %llu) overlaps with region %d (type %s, start %llu, size %llu).

Parameters

disk (STRING): Name of the disk.
diskSerialno (STRING): Serial number of the disk.
regionId1 (INT): First disk region identifier.
region1 (STRING): First disk region name.
start1 (LONGINT): Start of the first disk region.
size1 (LONGINT): Size of the first disk region.
regionId2 (INT): Second disk region identifier.
region2 (STRING): Second disk region name.
start2 (LONGINT): Start of the second disk region.
size2 (LONGINT): Size of the second disk region.

raid.assim.disk.rightsizeChange

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This event indicates that the rightsize stored in this disk’s Table Of Contents(TOC) is different from the rightsize currently being reported by the disk.

Corrective Action

(Call support).

Syslog Message

(None).

Parameters

diskType (STRING): Indicates if this a spare or filesystem disk.
disk_info (STRING): Formatted information of the disk
toc_rightsize (LONGINT): The disk rightsize according to the disk TOC.
changeType (STRING): Type of change: growth or shrinkage.
storage_rightsize (LONGINT): The disk rightsize according to the storage layer.
systemAction (STRING): The action being taken by the system to deal with this event.
shelf (STRING): Shelf identifier where the disk is located
bay (STRING): Disk bay within the shelf where disk is located
vendor (STRING): Name of the vendor of the disk
model (STRING): Model string of the disk drive
firmware_revision (STRING): Firmware revision number of the disk
serialno (STRING): Serial number of the disk
disk_type (INT): Type of disk drive
disk_rpm (STRING): Rotational speed of disk in RPM
carrier (STRING): Unique ID of the carrier in which the disk is installed.
site (STRING): For a MetroCluster(tm)(tm) configuration, indicates the site {Local|Remote} where the disk is located. For non-MetroCluster configurations, site is 'Local'.

raid.assim.disk.spare

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This event is generated when we spare an error disk.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Sparing %s, because %s

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): Formatted information of the disk
reason (STRING): (None).
shelf (STRING): Shelf identifier where the disk is located
bay (STRING): Disk bay within the shelf where disk is located
vendor (STRING): Name of the vendor of the disk
model (STRING): Model string of the disk drive
firmware_revision (STRING): Firmware revision number of the disk
serialno (STRING): Serial number of the disk
disk_type (INT): Type of disk drive
disk_rpm (STRING): Rotational speed of disk in RPM
carrier (STRING): Unique ID of the carrier in which the disk is installed.
site (STRING): For a MetroCluster(tm) configuration, indicates the site {Local|Remote} where the disk is located. For non-MetroCluster configurations, site is 'Local'.

raid.assim.fatal

Severity

EMERGENCY

Description

This message occurs when assimilation encounters a fatal error, such as running out of memory.

Corrective Action

Contact NetApp technical support.

Syslog Message

Assimilation failed: %s

Parameters

reason (STRING): Reason assimilation failed.

raid.assim.fatal.upgrade

Severity

EMERGENCY

Description

This message occurs when RAID assimilation encounters a fatal error during an unsuccessfull upgrade to a newer version of Data ONTAP®.

Corrective Action

Contact NetApp technical support. For information about correcting the problem, search for the "raid.assim.fatal" keyword on the Knowledgebase of the NetApp Support Site. You can also boot with the previous version of Data ONTAP.

Syslog Message

Assimilation failed: This system appears to be upgrading from a previous version of Data ONTAP. Errors were found while upgrading the aggregates. The upgrade will abort now.

Parameters

(None).

raid.assim.label.makeForeignVol

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when ownership cannot be claimed over a previously non-native aggregate.

Corrective Action

Use the 'storage aggregate online' command to bring the aggregate online.

Syslog Message

%s %s could not be turned into a %snative aggregate; it will appear to be foreign.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type. Always aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
host (STRING): Empty string for local aggregates, or "partner" for partner aggregates.
vol_type2 (STRING): No longer used.

raid.assim.label.makeNativeVol

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This event is generated when we claim ownership over a previously non-native aggregate.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s %s turned into a %snative %s.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
host (STRING): Empty string for local aggregates, or "partner " for partner aggregates.
vol_type2 (STRING): Volume type.

raid.assim.label.noNativeVols

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This event is generated when we complete assimilation and discover that none of the volumes or aggregates match the local system id. This can occur if the NVRAM card has been swapped. The system will attempt to select a set of volumes and aggregates to make native.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

No native volumes or aggregates detected, assuming NVRAM card swap. %d NVRAM system id(s) (%u, %u, %u…​) found among all volumes. NVRAM system id %u selected. NVRAM card swap detected by %s.

Parameters

nsets (INT): Number of different serial numbers found in non-native volumes.
nvram_sysid1 (INT): First NVRAM system id to select from.
nvram_sysid2 (INT): Second NVRAM system id to select from.
nvram_sysid3 (INT): Third NVRAM system id to select from.
selected_nvram_sysid (INT): Selected NVRAM system id of volumes before swap.
who (STRING): Module detected NVRAM card swap.

raid.assim.label.upgrade

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This event is generated when we upgrade RAID labels to the new 6.2-and-later format.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Upgrading RAID labels.

Parameters

(None).

raid.assim.label.upgrade.corruptSize

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when an old RAID label is being upgraded and the label appears to be corrupted due to the parity type and the sizes[0] entry (describing the size of the parity disk) conflicting. This deals with burt 79966.

Corrective Action

Wait for the event message raid.disk.unload.done or raid.carrier.remove to be issued and then replace the carrier containing the failed disk. If the disk is contained in a single-disk carrier, raid.disk.unload.done will be issued immediately. Otherwise, wait for raid.carrier.remove which indicates the carrier has been fully prepared for removal. Contact NetApp technical support.

Syslog Message

Disk %s has a corrupt old label: sizes[%d] is %u.

Parameters

disk (STRING): Disk with the corrupted label.
rgdn (INT): Disk number given by the RAID Group.
size (INT): Size of the disk.

raid.assim.label.upgrade.parityMismatch

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when an old RAID label is being upgraded and the label appears to be corrupted due to the parity type and the sizes[0] entry (describing the size of the parity disk) conflicting. This deals with burt 79966.

Corrective Action

Wait for the event message raid.disk.unload.done or raid.carrier.remove to be issued and then replace the carrier containing the failed disk. If the disk is contained in a single-disk carrier, raid.disk.unload.done will be issued immediately. Otherwise, wait for raid.carrier.remove which indicates the carrier has been fully prepared for removal. Contact NetApp technical support.

Syslog Message

Disk %s has a corrupt old label: parity type mismatch.

Parameters

disk (STRING): Disk with the corrupted label.

raid.assim.mark.error.disk.broken

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when RAID moves an invalid disk into a broken disk pool. Invalid disks can be ones with bad labels or with an unsupported label version.

Corrective Action

Wait for the event message raid.disk.unload.done or raid.carrier.remove to be issued and then replace the carrier containing the failed disk. If the disk is contained in a single-disk carrier, raid.disk.unload.done will be issued immediately. Otherwise, wait for raid.carrier.remove which indicates the carrier has been fully prepared for removal.

Syslog Message

Marking disk %s, which failed assimilation in %s %s, as broken, because %s.

Parameters

disk (STRING): Name of the disk.
vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
tree (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
reason (STRING): Reason for marking the disk broken.

raid.assim.rg.dupChildId

Severity

ALERT

Description

This event occurs when we detect that a RAID group object has an inconsistent list of disk objects in its label configuration record.

Corrective Action

(Call support).

Syslog Message

%s %s%s, rgobj_verify: RAID object %d has duplicate child objects (%s and %s) with ID %d.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
rgId (INT): The RAID group identifier
diskName1 (STRING): One disk with this identifier
diskName2 (STRING): Another disk with this identifier
childId (INT): The child identifier

raid.assim.rg.offlineVerifyFailed

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an offline disk within a RAID group fails verification checks. For example, ownership information differs with the parent aggregate, or the parent tree map specifies this disk is unmapped. Data ONTAP® takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s "%s%s", Offline child object (ID=%d) in RAID object %d failed verification

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
owner (STRING): Owner of the affected aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
rgId (INT): RAID group identifier.
childId (INT): Child identifier.

raid.assim.tree.degradedDirty

Severity

EMERGENCY

Description

This message occurs when an aggregate contains a degraded RAID group and has dirty parity. Wafliron must be run before the aggregate can be brought online.

Corrective Action

Run wafliron for the aggregate by using the command 'aggr wafliron start'.

Syslog Message

%s "%s%s" is degraded and has dirty parity. You must run wafliron on this aggregate before it can be brought online.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
host (STRING): 'Local' or 'Partner' where the aggregate is located.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
vol_type2 (STRING): Volume type.

raid.assim.tree.dupId

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when RAID assimilation detects that a duplicate volume identifier exists. Data ONTAP® takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

Contact NetApp technical support. For information about correcting the problem, search for the "raid.assim.tree.dupId" keyword on the Knowledgebase of the NetApp Support Site.

Syslog Message

%s %s%s and %s %s%s have the same RAID tree ID. RAID assimilation will be aborted.

Parameters

vol_type1 (STRING): Volume type.
owner1 (STRING): Owner of the first aggregate.
vol1 (STRING): Name of the first aggregate.
vol_type2 (STRING): Volume type.
owner2 (STRING): Owner of the second aggregate.
vol2 (STRING): Name of the second aggregate.

raid.assim.tree.dupName

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the system detects a duplicate name for a volume or an aggregate. In this case, the second volume or aggregate with that name is renamed.

Corrective Action

Use the 'vol rename' command or 'aggr rename' command to resolve the conflict permanently.

Syslog Message

Duplicate %s names found, an instance of %s%s is being renamed to %s%s.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Whether the duplicate name is for a volume or an aggregate.
owner1 (STRING): String indicating the owner of the volume or aggregate.
vol (STRING): Original name of the volume or aggregate.
owner2 (STRING): String indicating the owner of the volume or aggregate.
newName (STRING): New name of the volume or aggregate.

raid.assim.tree.foreign

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when a RAID tree object contains an ownership identifier that is different from the local system. In this case, the aggregate is declared "foreign" and is marked offline.

Corrective Action

Use the 'storage aggregate online' command to bring the aggregate online.

Syslog Message

raidtree_verify: %s %s is a foreign aggregate and is being taken offline. Use the 'storage aggregate online' command to bring it online.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type. Always aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
vol_type2 (STRING): No longer used.
vol_type3 (STRING): No longer used.

raid.assim.tree.multipleRootVols

Severity

EMERGENCY

Description

This message occurs when the system detects an assimilation error indicating that two aggregates claim to be the root volume.

Corrective Action

Go into Maintenance mode and use the 'aggr options' command with the 'root' option to pick a root aggregate.

Syslog Message

Volume %s and volume %s both claim to be the %sroot volume.

Parameters

vol1 (STRING): Name of the first aggregate.
vol2 (STRING): Name of the second aggregate.
host (STRING): Empty string for local aggregate, or "partner " for partner aggregate.

raid.assim.tree.noRootVol

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the system detects an assimilation error indicating that no root aggregate is found.

Corrective Action

Go into Maintenance mode and use the 'aggr options' command with the 'root' option to pick an aggregate to be the root volume.

Syslog Message

No usable %sroot volume was found!

Parameters

host (STRING): Empty string for local aggregates, or "partner " for partner aggregates.

raid.assim.tree.tooManyChild

Severity

ALERT

Description

This event occurs when we detect that a RAID tree object has more than one root volume objects in its label configuration record.

Corrective Action

(Call support).

Syslog Message

%s %s%s,raidtree_verify: Raidtree has multiple root objects.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.

raid.assim.upgrade.aggr.fail

Severity

EMERGENCY

Description

This message occurs when assimilation is attempting to upgrade the RAID labels for all aggregates (usually because of a kernel upgrade) and a aggregate can not be successfully upgraded. The RAID label upgrade is aborted. Boot with the previous release to fix the problem with the aggregate (which should be noted in the boot-time messages).

Corrective Action

Boot with the previous version of Data ONTAP to fix the problem with the aggregate (which should be noted in the boot-time messages).

Syslog Message

RAID label upgrade of %s %s%s failed.

Parameters

voltype (STRING): Type of RAID volume (volume or aggregate)
owner (STRING): Whether this is a partner or local volume
volume (STRING): Name of the volume that had a problem.