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What does "vsa.scheduledEvent.scheduled" mean?

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Applies to

  • Cloud Volumes ONTAP (CVO)
  • Microsoft Azure

Answer

  • Azure does maintenance on its hypervisor hosts and other related infrastructure.
  • Azure programmatically announces these maintenance activities (also called maintenance events) and the affected VMs can see these announcements.
  • When CVO receives this announcement, the following message is recorded in EMS log.

Example:

Sat Jun 06 08:37:03 UTC [XXXXXXXX: mgwd: vsa.scheduledEvent.scheduled:alert]: Cloud provider event scheduled for node "XXXXXXXX". ID: 8336706E-AF85-46A6-B058-7BD3751A20D0. Type: freeze. Not before: 6/6/2020 08:51:31.

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