raid.disktoc events

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raid.disktoc.rawsizeChange

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This event is generated when it is detected from the disk Table Of Contents that a disk’s stored rawsize does not match the physical size of the disk. (see burt 81939 for more details).

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

(None).

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): The Formatted information of the disk
label_rawsize (LONGINT): The rawsize according to the label.
phys_rawsize (LONGINT): The rawsize according to the storage layer
instanceFile (STRING): The internal file code
instanceId (INT): The internal instance identifier
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.disktoc.tooRecent

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when RAID discovers that the disk’s table of contents version is newer than that supported by this release of Data ONTAP®. Data ONTAP takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

If this message was seen during boot, reboot with the previous kernel version. If this message was seen when the system was up and running, it is likely due to adding a disk to a running system. Remove the disk from system. if the intent is to add the disk as a spare disk, use the 'priv set advanced;unfail -s disk_name' command to mark the disk as not zeroed spare. NetApp technical support For information about correcting the problem, search for the "raid.disktoc.tooRecent" keyword on the Knowledgebase of the NetApp Support Site.

Syslog Message

%s has a disk table of contents version (%d) more recent than the currently supported version (%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.
disktocVersion (INT): Disk table of contents version.
disktocCurrentVersion (INT): Current disk table of contents version supported by the software.
instanceFile (STRING): Internal file code.
instanceId (INT): Internal instance identifier.
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'.