raid.vol events

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raid.vol.disk.add.done

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This event is issued when a disk is added to a aggregate.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Addition of %s to %s %s%s has completed successfully

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): Formatted information of the disk that has been added to the aggregate.
vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
owner (STRING): Owner of the affected aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate to which the disk is added.
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.vol.disk.grow.done

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when a drive is grown and is consumed by the owning aggregate by increasing its storage space.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s of %s %s%s has been grown successfully.

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): Formatted information of the drive that was grown.
vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
owner (STRING): Owner of the affected aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate to which the drive belongs.
shelf (STRING): Shelf identifier where the drive is located.
bay (STRING): Bay within the shelf where the drive is located.
vendor (STRING): Name of the vendor of the drive.
model (STRING): Model string of the drive.
firmware_revision (STRING): Firmware revision number of the drive.
serialno (STRING): Serial number of the drive.
disk_type (INT): Type of drive.
disk_rpm (STRING): Rotational speed of the drive in RPM.
carrier (STRING): Unique ID of the carrier in which the drive is installed.
site (STRING): For a MetroCluster® configuration, indicates the site {Local|Remote} where the drive is located. For other configurations, the site is 'Local'.

raid.vol.failed

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the system marks an aggregate as "failed". This results from multiple disks missing or failing in the aggregate. This aggregate is already offline or not serving data.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s %s%s: Failed due to multi-disk error.

Parameters

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

raid.vol.giveback

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the system marks an aggregate as "failed" in preparation for sending the aggregate back to its home (owner) node.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Aggregate %s%s: Prepared for giveback operation.

Parameters

owner (STRING): Owner of the affected aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.

raid.vol.hybrid

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This message occurs when Solid State Disks (SSDs) are requested to be added for the first time to a hybrid_enabled aggregate. Addition can be delayed if SSDs need to be zeroed before the addition. If the system reboots or if any of the added SSDs fails before the SSD zeroing is complete, the aggregate will not be converted to a hybrid aggregate.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s%s will become a hybrid %s when the SSDs are added to the aggregate.

Parameters

vol_owner (STRING): Owner of the hybrid volume.
vol_name (STRING): Name of the hybrid volume.
vol_type (STRING): Volume type.

raid.vol.inconsist.unmount

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the system unmounts an aggregate because of file system inconsistency.

Corrective Action

Run wafliron to clear file system inconsistency. Contact NetApp technical support for assistance.

Syslog Message

Inconsistent %s %s%s is unmounted.

Parameters

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

raid.vol.mirror.degraded

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when a mirror goes into degraded state as a result of the failure of a plex.

Corrective Action

To resolve this problem, complete the following steps: 1. Identify the problem volume and failed plex from the system logs. 2. Determine the reason for the plex failure, such as disk drive, disk shelf, or loop failure. 3. Replace any faulty components that you discover. If you need assistance, contact NetApp technical support.

Syslog Message

%s %s%s is mirrored and one plex has failed. It is no longer protected by mirroring.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
aggregate_uuid (STRING): Universal Unique Identifier (UUID) of the aggregate.

raid.vol.mirror.normal

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when a mirror that was degraded as a result of a plex failure is no longer degraded. It is also displayed in the following scenarios: 1. When an unmirrored aggregate is mirrored 2. After a resynchronization.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s%s is mirrored and plex is in normal state.

Parameters

owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
aggregate_uuid (STRING): Universal Unique Identifier (UUID) of the aggregate.

raid.vol.mixed.raid.type

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This message occurs when an aggregate is converted into a mixed RAID type aggregate.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s%s is now a mixed RAID type aggregate.

Parameters

vol_owner (STRING): Owner of the volume.
vol_name (STRING): Name of the volume.

raid.vol.noMirrorSupport

Severity

ERROR

Description

This event occurs when a mirrored aggregate is detected, but SyncMirror® is not supported.

Corrective Action

Unmirror the aggregate.

Syslog Message

Mirrored %s %s%s is restricted, the system does not support SyncMirror.

Parameters

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

raid.vol.online.req.giveback

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the volume could not be brought online because it is being given back to the partner node.

Corrective Action

Bring the volume or aggregate online after giveback is complete.

Syslog Message

Bringing '%s %s' online failed because giveback is in progress.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Whether it is a volume or aggregate that could not be brought online.
vol (STRING): Name of the volume or aggregate.

raid.vol.online.req.nso

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the volume cannot be brought online because the aggregate containing the volume is part of an ongoing MetroCluster(tm) negotiated switchover source operation.

Corrective Action

Wait until the switchover is complete, and then bring the volume online by using the "volume online" command. If the "volume online" command fails with a "snapmirror" or "vol move" error, abort the SnapMirror® or volume move operation, and then restart that operation to bring the volume online.

Syslog Message

Could not bring volume '%s' online because a MetroCluster negotiated switchover source operation is in progress.

Parameters

vol (STRING): Name of the volume.

raid.vol.online.req.relocate

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the volume cannot be brought online because the aggregate containing the volume is being relocated to another node.

Corrective Action

Bring the volume online after a 'storage aggregate relocation' operation is complete.

Syslog Message

Bringing flexible volume '%s' online failed because 'storage aggregate relocation' operation is in progress.

Parameters

vol (STRING): Name of the volume.

raid.vol.online.req.sb

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the volume cannot be brought online because the aggregate containing the volume is part of an ongoing MetroCluster(tm) switchback operation.

Corrective Action

Wait until the switchback is complete, and then bring the volume online by using the "volume online" command. If the "volume online" command fails with a "snapmirror" or "vol move" error, abort the SnapMirror® or volume move operation, and then restart that operation to bring the volume online.

Syslog Message

Could not bring volume '%s' online because a MetroCluster switchback operation is in progress.

Parameters

vol (STRING): Name of the volume.

raid.vol.read.latency.high

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the time taken for the completion of a WAFL® disk read operation is more than the specified time limit. This message is logged only on the debug kernel and is used for diagnostic purposes.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s %s%s, vbn #%llu read latency is higher than the specified time limit of %d seconds.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
vol_owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol_name (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
read_vbn (LONGINT): Volume Block Number of the first block in the read block range that encountered high latency.
time_limit (INT): Time limit, in seconds, that was specified for completion of the read operation.

raid.vol.reparity.issue

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an aggregate has a reparity issue involving NVRAM. Data ONTAP® takes appropriate recovery actions, as described in additional logged events.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s %s%s has %s.

Parameters

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

raid.vol.replay.nvram

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This event is issued when one or more volume needs nvram replay

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Performing raid replay on volume(s)

Parameters

(None).

raid.vol.root.noMirrorSupport

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when a mirrored root aggregate is detected, but the system does not support SyncMirror®.

Corrective Action

Unmirror the aggregate.

Syslog Message

%s aggregate is mirrored, but the system does not support SyncMirror.

Parameters

owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.

raid.vol.rootConflictRestrict

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the system forcibly restricts a conflicting root volume, based on a comparison of the name and creation times. This situation could occur if the high-availability (HA) mailbox mirror voting information is lost, following recovery from an HA disaster.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Volume %s%s is being restricted due to a root volume conflict with %s%s.

Parameters

vol_owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
rootvol_owner (STRING): Owner of the root aggregate.
rootvol (STRING): Name of the root volume.

raid.vol.rootRestrictLessRecent

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the system detects multiple root volumes at boot time. Only one root volume should exist per system. A root volume with a less recent creation time is restricted by default. This situation could occur in an upgrade/revert scenario whereby stale/old volumes created on the same system are detected.

Corrective Action

If the system default is not the intended root volume, you can switch to the intended root volume.

Syslog Message

Volume %s%s is being restricted based on its less recent creation time.

Parameters

rootvol_owner (STRING): Owner of the restricted volume.
rootvol (STRING): Name of the restricted root volume.

raid.vol.rootSelectMostRecent

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the system detects multiple root volumes at boot time. Only one root volume should exist per system and the system selects the one with the most recent creation time by default. This situation could occur in an upgrade/revert scenario whereby stale/old volumes created on the same system are detected.

Corrective Action

If the system default is not the intended root volume, you can switch to the intended root volume.

Syslog Message

Volume %s%s is being selected as the default root volume based on its most recent creation time.

Parameters

rootvol_owner (STRING): Owner of the (default) selected volume
rootvol (STRING): Name of the (default) selected root volume

raid.vol.state.changed

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs the when system detects that the RAID state of an aggregate is changed to either offline or restricted state.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

(None).

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
state (STRING): Aggregate state (offline or restricted).

raid.vol.state.online

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This event occurs when the RAID state of an aggregate is moved to the online state.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

(None).

Parameters

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

raid.vol.tooBig.allp.reminder

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the total size of all aggregate plexes is too large.

Corrective Action

(Call support).

Syslog Message

The sum of all aggregate plex sizes is %s, exceeding the %s maximum. Contact NetApp technical support.

Parameters

volsizes (STRING): Total size of volumes, excluding the size of all mirrored plexes.
limit (STRING): Maximum capacity, excluding total size of mirrored plexes.

raid.vol.tooBig.allv.reminder

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when the sum of all volume sizes is too large for mirroring.

Corrective Action

Physically migrate this aggregate to a node with a larger size limit. If you need assistance, contact technical support.

Syslog Message

The sum of all aggregate sizes is %s, exceeding the %s maximum. Contact NetApp technical support.

Parameters

volsizes (STRING): Total of mirrored volume sizes.
limit (STRING): Maximum total of mirrored volume sizes.

raid.vol.tooBig.ha.reminder

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the sum of all aggregate sizes is larger than half of the size allowed in a high availability (HA) pair. If the sum of the sizes for this node and its partner exceeds the limit, takeover might fail.

Corrective Action

Ensure that the sum of all aggregate sizes on this node and its partner does not exceed the limit. Be careful when creating new aggregates and when adding disks to existing volumes and aggregates not to exceed the limit for both nodes in the HA pair. You might need to remove or destroy some aggregates if the limit is exceeded. Disable HA failover using the 'cf disable' command if you cannot bring the sum of all sizes on both nodes below the limit.

Syslog Message

The sum of all aggregate sizes is %s, exceeding %s (half of the maximum in an HA pair). If the sum of all aggregate sizes on this node and its partner exceeds the %s maximum, takeover might fail.

Parameters

volsizes (STRING): Total of mirrored aggregate sizes.
halfpoint (STRING): Maximum total of mirrored sizes allocated to one node in the HA pair.
limit (STRING): Maximum limit of mirrored aggregate sizes.

raid.vol.tooBig.offline

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when the aggregate cannot be brought online because it is too large.

Corrective Action

Physically migrate this aggregate to a node with a larger size limit. If you need assistance, contact technical support.

Syslog Message

%s %s%s cannot be brought online because its size, %s, is larger than the maximum allowed. Contact NetApp technical support.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
owner (STRING): Owner of the affected aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
volsize (STRING): Actual volume size.
limit (STRING): Maximum volume size.

raid.vol.tooBig.reminder

Severity

ERROR

Description

This event is issued as a reminder that the aggregate size is too large.

Corrective Action

(Call support).

Syslog Message

%s size for %s%s %s exceeds limit %s

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
volsize (STRING): The actual volume size
limit (STRING): The maximum volume size

raid.vol.undestroy.info.missing

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This event is generated when undestroy info raidarea object is missing from one or more disk of a volume or an aggregate.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

(None).

Parameters

disk_info (STRING): The 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.vol.unprotected.remotesyncmirror

Severity

ALERT

Description

This event is issued when we detect a mirrored aggregate with a plex that is not online. In a remotesyncmirror configuration the aggregate won’t be available if the plex is not accessible.

Corrective Action

Bring online the plex that is now offline.

Syslog Message

%s %s%s is mirrored and one plex is not online. The volume will not be available if a takeover occurs and the online plex is not accessible to the partner node.

Parameters

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

raid.vol.volinfo.mismatch

Severity

EMERGENCY

Description

This message occurs when a mismatch is detected for both copies of the volinfo block during an attempt to mount a SyncMirror aggregate. Data corruption is suspected. The aggregate cannot be mounted. The volinfo block is the superblock in the WAFL® file system. Two copies of the volinfo block are stored in blocks 1 and 2 of the file system. The two copies are the same except when there is an unclean shutdown of the file system, for example, after a panic. In a SyncMirror aggregate, all used blocks are mirrored in two plexes. Volinfo blocks are written so that either both copies of block 1 are the same in two plexes, or both copies of block 2 are the same in two plexes at any point in time. In an unexpected case when that is not true, it is not possible to determine which copy of the volinfo block points to a consistent state of the file system. The message describes a mismatch for only one copy of the volinfo block. A pair of messages is always issued to describe the mismatch for both copies of the volinfo block, because a mismatch for only one copy is not an unusual event.

Corrective Action

Contact NetApp technical support.

Syslog Message

%s %s%s: volinfo blocks (VBN %llu) do not match in two plexes. %s: disk %s, magic 0x%x, CP count %d, checksum %u; %s: disk %s, magic 0x%x, CP count %d, checksum %u.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
vbn (LONGINT): Volume block number of the volinfo block (1 or 2).
plex1 (STRING): First plex name.
disk1 (STRING): Name of the disk in the first plex.
magic1 (INT): Identifier of the block type in the first plex. It should be 0xdab8fbab for the volinfo block.
CP_count1 (INT): Consistency point count in the first plex.
checksum1 (INT): Block checksum in the first plex.
plex2 (STRING): Second plex name.
disk2 (STRING): Name of the disk in the second plex.
magic2 (INT): Identifier of the block type in the second plex. It should be 0xdab8fbab for the volinfo block.
CP_count2 (INT): Consistency point count in the second plex.
checksum2 (INT): Block checksum in the second plex.

raid.vol.write.latency.high

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the time taken for the completion of a WAFL® tetris write operation is more than the specified time limit. This message is logged only on the debug kernel and is used for diagnostic purposes.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

%s %s%s, vbn #%llu write latency is higher than the specified time limit of %d seconds.

Parameters

vol_type (STRING): Volume type.
vol_owner (STRING): Owner of the aggregate.
vol_name (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
write_vbn (LONGINT): Volume Block Number of the first block in the write block range that encountered high latency.
time_limit (INT): Time limit, in seconds, that was specified for completion of the write operation.