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MetroCluster IP SyncMirror Plex Failed

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Applies to

  • MetroCluster IP
  • ONTAP 9
  • SYNCMIRROR PLEX FAILED AutoSupport message

Issue

  • SYNCMIRROR PLEX FAILED AutoSupport received for MetroCluster IP
  • Check the event log to verify that the iSCSI connections are terminated using command: event log show -event *”iSCSI CAM target layer's session state is changed to terminated”*
  • Fabric 2 iSCSI connections are terminated.
Tue Aug 30 02:12:15 -0500 [CL01N01: intr: ctl.session.stateChanged:notice]: iSCSI CAM target layer's session state is changed to terminated for the initiator iqn.1994-09.org.freebsd:3e6c6101-aab1-11ec-a3f8-d039ea3b9999 (address: 10.1.2.3). Reason: no ping reply after 5 seconds.
Tue Aug 30 02:12:15 -0500 [CL01N01: intr: ctl.session.stateChanged:notice]: iSCSI CAM target layer's session state is changed to terminated for the initiator iqn.1994-09.org.freebsd:2f048313-aab1-11ec-8d08-d039ea3b1111 (address: 10.1.2.4). Reason: no ping reply after 5 seconds.
 
  • Fabric 1 connections are terminated, Pool 1 disks are no longer visible and the remote plex fails:
Tue Aug 30 08:23:04 -0500 [CL01N01: intr: ctl.session.stateChanged:notice]: iSCSI CAM target layer's session state is changed to terminated for the initiator iqn.1994-09.org.freebsd:3e6c6101-aab1-11ec-a3f8-d039ea3b9999 (address: 10.1.1.3). Reason: no ping reply after 5 seconds.
Tue Aug 30 08:23:04 -0500 [CL01N01: intr: ctl.session.stateChanged:notice]: iSCSI CAM target layer's session state is changed to terminated for the initiator iqn.1994-09.org.freebsd:2f048313-aab1-11ec-8d08-d039ea3b1111 (address: 10.1.1.4). Reason: no ping reply after 5 seconds.

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