vsdr.volume events

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vsdr.volume.idconflict

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the the volume to be created on the destination cluster fails because of an internal identity conflict with another volume in the system.

Corrective Action

Log in to the source cluster and delete the volume by using the "volume delete" command.

Syslog Message

Configuration replication for volume "%s" in Vserver "%s" has failed because of an internal ID conflict.

Parameters

volume_name (STRING): Volume on which this error occurred.
vserver_name (STRING): Vserver name for which configuration replication is happening.

vsdr.volume.name.conflict

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs during a SnapMirror resync® operation on a Storage Virtual Machine (SVM) disaster recvoery (DR) relationship, when a new volume needs to be created on the destination SVM but another volume with the same name already exists on it, and it is also the destination of a volume-level SnapMirror relationship. The resync operation fails to start.

Corrective Action

Rename the volume on the destination SVM by using the "volume rename" command or delete it by using the "volume delete" command, and then execute another "snapmirror resync" command.

Syslog Message

The volume "%s" is already present in SVM "%s" and it is the destination of a volume-level SnapMirror relationship.

Parameters

volume_name (STRING): Name of the volume that the system is trying to replicate into the destination SVM.
vserver_name (STRING): SVM name for which the SnapMirror resync was initiated.

vsdr.volume.sis.on.fail

Severity

ALERT

Description

This message occurs when a Vserver DR subsystem fails to enable volume efficiency on the volume.

Corrective Action

Enable volume efficiency on the destination volume by using the "volume efficiency on" command. For more information, refer to TR-4476.

Syslog Message

Vserver DR: Volume efficiency configuration is not applied on volume %s of Vserver %s. Reason: %s

Parameters

destination_volume (STRING): Name of the destination volume of the Vserver DR relationship.
destination_vserver (STRING): Name of the destination Vserver of the Vserver DR relationship.
reason (STRING): Reason.