vifmgr.port events

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vifmgr.port.discovered

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when a physical network port has been discovered.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Physical network port %s (node %s) has been discovered.

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of the network port.
node (STRING): Name of the node on which the network port resides.

vifmgr.port.ifgrpAddPort

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an administrative action adds a port to an interface group.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Port %s, node %s has been added to ifgrp %s.

Parameters

portName (STRING): Name of the port that was added to an interface group.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node on which the port resides.
ifgrpName (STRING): Name of the interface group to which the port was added.

vifmgr.port.ifgrpCreated

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an administrative action creates an interface group.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Ifgrp %s, node %s has been created.

Parameters

ifgrpName (STRING): Name of the interface group that was created.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node on which the interface group resides.

vifmgr.port.ifgrpDeleted

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an administrative action deletes an interface group.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Ifgrp %s, on node %s has been deleted.

Parameters

ifgrpName (STRING): Name of the interface group that was deleted.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node on which the ifgrp was deleted.

vifmgr.port.ifgrpRemovePort

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an administrative action removes a port from an interface group.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Port %s, node %s has been removed from ifgrp %s.

Parameters

portName (STRING): Name of the port that was removed from an interface group.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node on which the port resides.
ifgrpName (STRING): Name of the interface group from which the port was removed.

vifmgr.port.mismatchState

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when an administratively down port is not operationally down.

Corrective Action

The operational state of the port does not match the state in the ports configuration. Use the advanced mode command "network port modify" command specifying the desired state by setting the paramter -up-admin" to true if the desired state is up and to false if the desired state is down.

Syslog Message

port %s is administratively down and operationally up.

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of port that should be operationally down.

vifmgr.port.monitor.failed

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when a port fails a health check.

Corrective Action

Check the network cables that are connected to the specified port for any loose connections. Ensure that the physical Ethernet NIC is functioning properly.

Syslog Message

The "%s" health check for port %s (node %s) has failed. The port is operating in a degraded state.

Parameters

healthCheckType (STRING): The type of health check that this port failed. The possible health checks are Frequent Link Flapping and Insufficient L2 Reachability.
portName (STRING): Name of the port that failed the health check.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node on which the port resides.

vifmgr.port.monitor.passed

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when a port successfully passes a health check.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

The "%s" health check for port %s (node %s) has passed.

Parameters

healthCheckType (STRING): The type of health check that this port passed. The possible health checks are Frequent Link Flapping and Insufficient L2 Reachability.
portName (STRING): Name of the port that passed the health check.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node on which the port resides.

vifmgr.port.mtumismatch

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the administrator modifies a cluster port’s MTU while the node is out of quorum to a value other than the broadcast domain MTU, and then the node rejoins quorum.

Corrective Action

Change the port’s MTU by using the "network port modify" command, or change the broadcast domain’s MTU by using the "network port broadcast-domain modify" command.

Syslog Message

The MTU of port %s (%d) does not match the MTU of broadcast domain %s (%d).

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of the port.
portmtu (INT): MTU of the port.
broadcast_domain (STRING): Name of the broadcast domain.
bdmtu (INT): MTU of the broadcast domain.

vifmgr.port.qosCleared

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when quality of service (QoS) settings are removed from a network port. This transition occurs when a network port is no longer available to be shared with the back-end HA or DR interconnect.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Priority code and minimum bandwidth settings removed from port %s.

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of the affected port.

vifmgr.port.qosError

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when an error is encountered while attempting to install quality of service (QoS) settings for a network port. If the port is being shared with the back-end HA or DR interconnect on this platform, those components might not be safely isolated from LIFs configured on the port. High utilization by either HA or DR traffic might negatively impact latency and bandwidth available to the cluster network.

Corrective Action

Use the "network port show" command to display the current link status of the affected network port. If the port is down, check any associated cabling and the status of the network switch it is connected to. If the problem persists, contact NetApp technical support for assistance.

Syslog Message

Port %s could not be updated to install priority code %d and minimum bandwidth %d percent. Error: %s.

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of the affected port.
priority_code (INT): IEEE 802.1p priority code value.
minimum_bandwidth (INT): Minimum bandwidth as a percentage of total bandwidth.
error (STRING): Description of the error.

vifmgr.port.qosSet

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when quality of service (QoS) settings have been installed for a network port. These settings include both an IEEE 802.1p priority code point (PCP) to be applied to egress traffic and a minimum bandwidth to be reserved for the affected VLAN port or base physical port. These settings facilitate bandwidth sharing with the back-end HA and DR interconnect, which use the same physical port.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Port %s has been updated to install priority code %d and minimum bandwidth %d percent.

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of the affected port.
priority_code (INT): IEEE 802.1p priority code value.
minimum_bandwidth (INT): Minimum bandwidth as a precentage of total bandwidth.

vifmgr.port.restored

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when configuration data for a network port is restored, typically for a network port that no longer exists or was partially removed previously. No action is required unless you were intentionally intending to remove the network port.

Corrective Action

If you intentionally intended to remove the port, use the (privilege: advanced) "cluster ring show -unitname vifmgr" command to confirm that the network management component is online. If the component is online, use either the "network port ifgrp delete" or "network port vlan delete" command to remove the port again.

Syslog Message

Configuration data for port %s in IPspace "%s" has been restored.

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of the affected port.
ipspace (STRING): Name of the IPspace to which the port is assigned.

vifmgr.port.shareBd

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when an administrator attempts to move a network port out of IPspace "Cluster", and that port is being used by the back-end HA or DR interconnect. Ports used for either the HA or DR interconnect must remain in IPspace "Cluster" and must be wired to either the cluster switch or directly to the associated HA partner, for two-node switchless clusters.

Corrective Action

If the port has been added to a new broadcast domain, use the "network port broadcast-domain remove-ports" command to remove the port’s broadcast domain association. When the port is no longer assigned to a broadcast domain, use the "network port broadcast-domain add-ports" command to add it to broadcast domain "Cluster" in IPspace "Cluster".

Syslog Message

Port %s is shared with the HA or DR interconnect but has been moved from broadcast domain "Cluster" to broadcast domain "%s" of IPspace "%s".

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of the affected port.
broadcast_domain (STRING): Name of the broadcast domain to which the port is assigned.
ipspace (STRING): Name of the IPspace to which the port is assigned.

vifmgr.port.shareIpspace

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when a cluster port that is shared with either the back-end HA or DR interconnect is assigned to an IPspace other than "Cluster", which is required for all shared ports. This condition can be encountered when a hardware refresh introduces a new platform that includes ports shared with either the HA or DR interconnect.

Corrective Action

If necessary, use the "network port broadcast-domain remove-ports" command to remove the broadcast domain association from the port. After the port is no longer assigned to a broadcast domain, use the "network port broadcast-domain add-ports" command to add the port to broadcast domain "Cluster" in IPspace "Cluster".

Syslog Message

Port %s in broadcast domain "%s" of IPspace "%s" is shared with the HA or DR interconnect, but is not assigned to IPspace "Cluster".

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of the affected port.
broadcast_domain (STRING): Name of the broadcast domain to which the port is assigned.
ipspace (STRING): Name of the IPspace to which the port is assigned.

vifmgr.port.shareMtu

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when a cluster port shared with either the back-end HA or DR interconnect is found to be using an MTU other than 9000 bytes. For optimal performance, ports shared with the back-end interconnect should use an MTU of 9000 bytes. This condition can occur when a platform using network ports shared with either the back-end HA or DR interconnect is used in a mixed-version cluster, where one or more nodes still allows changes to the MTU setting for broadcast domain "Cluster".

Corrective Action

If the port is currently assigned to broadcast domain "Cluster", use the "network port broadcast-domain modify" command to update broadcast domain "Cluster" to use an MTU of 9000 bytes.

Syslog Message

Port %s in broadcast domain "%s" of IPspace "%s" is shared with the HA or DR interconnect, but has an MTU of %d bytes instead of 9000 bytes.

Parameters

port (STRING): Name of the affected port.
broadcast_domain (STRING): Name of the broadcast domain to which the port is assigned.
ipspace (STRING): Name of the IPspace to which the port is assigned.
mtu (INT): MTU setting of the port.

vifmgr.port.vipCreated

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an administrative action causes a VIP port to be created.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

VIP port %s on node %s in IPspace %s has been created.

Parameters

vipPortName (STRING): Name of the VIP port that was created.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node on which the VIP port resides.
ipspace (STRING): Name of the IPspace where the VIP port resides.

vifmgr.port.vipDeleted

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an administrative action causes a VIP port to be deleted.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

VIP port %s on node %s in IPspace %s has been deleted.

Parameters

vipPortName (STRING): Name of the VIP port that was deleted.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node from which the VIP port was deleted.
ipspace (STRING): Name of the IPspace where the VIP port resides.

vifmgr.port.vlanCreated

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an administrative action creates a VLAN on a port.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Vlan %s is created on port %s, node %s.

Parameters

vlanName (STRING): Name of the VLAN created on the port.
portName (STRING): Name of the port on which the VLAN was created.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node on which the port resides.

vifmgr.port.vlanDeleted

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when an administrative action deletes a VLAN from a port.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

Vlan %s is deleted from port %s, node %s.

Parameters

vlanName (STRING): Name of the VLAN deleted from the port.
portName (STRING): Name of the port from which the VLAN was deleted.
nodeName (STRING): Name of the node on which the port resides.