wafl.inode events

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wafl.inode.cache.highLoad

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This message occurs when the in-memory inode cache is under high load and fully utilized. The system will likely experience high cache miss rates and some file system operations might experience delays due to increased disk activity, but that is the extent of the problem.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

(None).

Parameters

(None).

wafl.inode.fileAttr.fail

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the system discover that an inode to file attribute translation is unsuccessful due to an unexpected file type. The fh parameters represent the filehandle.

Corrective Action

The filesystem being accessed is inconsistent. If the filesystem is read-write and if the system is booted in read-only mode then reboot in normal (read-write) mode and run wafliron as soon as possible to clear this inconsistency. For all other cases contact NetApp technical support.

Syslog Message

wafl_inode_to_file_attr: unexpected file type 0%o in %s {x%x %d %d %d %d}.

Parameters

type (INT): The unexpected type
ino_type (STRING): The inode type
fh0 (INT): fh[0]
fh1 (INT): fh[1]
fh2 (INT): fh[2]
fh3 (INT): fh[3]
fh4 (INT): fh[4]

wafl.inode.fill.noDisblRsvFO

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the system cannot disable the fill reservation for a file or LUN. This happens when the file or LUN is the destination of an ongoing file operation that is currently in the Allocation_Map phase.

Corrective Action

Verify that the indicated file operation has completed the Allocation_Map phase and rerun the original command.

Syslog Message

Cannot disable fill reservation for inode %u in volume %s%s%s due to %s job %s-%u.

Parameters

ino (INT): Inode number.
vol (STRING): Volume name.
app (STRING): Application UUID.
volident (STRING): To uniquely identify the volume in cases where volume name itself is insufficient.
type (STRING): Operation type: file copy, file move, LUN copy, or LUN move.
job_uuid (STRING): Job UUID of the file operation.
file_index (INT): File index of the file operation.