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FAS500F ノードを既存のクラスタに追加すると、 HA インターコネクトエラーが報告されます

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環境

  • FAS500f
  • ONTAP 9.8
  • クラスタを拡張中です
  • Cisco Nexus 3232C
  •  リファレンス構成ファイル( RCF )

問題

  • 既存のクラスタに 2 つの新しい FAS500f ノードを追加しようとしています
  • ノードをクラスタに追加できました
  • storage failover show の出力には、が表示 NVRAM log not synchronized, cannot reach partner over HA interconnect.

::> storage failover show
Takeover
Node           Partner        Possible State
Description
-------------- -------------- -------- -------------------------------------
cluster1-01        cluster1-02        true     Connected to cluster1-02
cluster1-02        cluster1-01        true     Connected to cluster1-01
cluster1-03        cluster1-04        true     Connected to cluster1-04
cluster1-04        cluster1-03        true     Connected to cluster1-03
cluster1-05        cluster1-06        false    Waiting for cluster1-06,
                                               Takeover is not
                                               possible: Storage failover
                                               interconnect error, NVRAM log not
                                               synchronized, Disk inventory not exchanged
cluster1-06        cluster1-05        false    Waiting for cluster1-05, Takeover is not
                                               possible: Storage failover
                                               interconnect error, NVRAM log not
                                               synchronized, Disk inventory not exchanged
6 entries were displayed.

 
  • EMS ログが表示される
 
ALERT
cf.takeover.disabled: HA mode, but takeover of partner is disabled due to reason : HA interconnect error. Verify that the partner node is running and that the HA interconnect cabling is correct, if applicable. For further assistance, contact technical support.
 
  • ケーブル接続が正しいことを確認しました

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