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新しいセットアップでclustered Data ONTAP 8.3へのアップグレードが失敗する

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  • Data ONTAP 8.3

問題

新しいセットアップでclustered Data ONTAP 8.3へのアップグレードが次のエラーで失敗する場合:


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* This filer contains FreeBSD configured ports.
* You must correct this failure to avoid service disruptions.
*
* The following corrective action is required:
* Set the -privilege level do diagnostic:
* set -privilege diagnostic
* Issue the following commands:
* systemshell -node <node> 'kenv -upq bootarg.activatebsdport'
* systemshell -node <node> 'kenv -upq bootarg.activatebsdport.persist'
* systemshell -node <node> 'kenv -upq bootarg.givebsdmgmtport'
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Retry the image installation after taking corrective action.
ERROR: LIF sufficiency check failed.
Install Failed.
Install Validation Failed. ERROR: LIF sufficiency check failed.
Error: command failed: Install Failed. Install Validation Failed. ERROR: LIF sufficiency check failed.

 

 

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