This message occurs when Distributed Block Store (DBS) has one or more failed drives. This can be happen due to: no access, too many failures, a missing drive, inaccessible master service for the node, or the drive is locked and cannot be unlocked or the authentication key cannot be accessed.
- Corrective Action
Check network connectivity for the node. Replace the drives. Make sure that the authentication key is available.
- Syslog Message
DBS has detected a failed drive(s). Cluster fault node %u, node UUID %s, drives %s, drive UUIDs %s, type %s, cluster fault ID %u, status %u. %s
nodeID (INT): Node ID number of the associated node.
nodeUUID (STRING): Node UUID string of the associated node.
cfDriveIDs (STRING): IDs of the failed drives
cfDriveUUIDs (STRING): UUIDs of the failed drives
cfType (STRING): DBS cluster fault type of the associated object.
cfID (INT): DBS cluster fault ID number associated with the fault.
cfStatus (INT): Current status of the cluster fault. 1 = New (just reported), 2 = Existing (updated), 3 = Resolved (closed).
cfDetails (STRING): Description of the cluster fault, including context details.
cfExtSrc (STRING): DBS cluster fault externalSource label created by the CreateClusterFault API command and attached to the fault for testing purposes.