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MetroCluster IP is mixing local and remote shelves under same stack ID

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Applies to

  • MetroCluster IP
  • ONTAP 9.6

Issue

  • MetroCluster-IP is mixing local and remote shelves under same stack ID between different clusters. This issue could be hit when shelf gets added to stack.
  • Event log is showing the following errors: 
    stackmon_thread: stackmon.stack.id.conflict:error]: Stack ID of the Shelf 11 (S/N SHFHU1234565) on channel 11d cannot be agreed on by all the nodes in the cluster.
  • Output from storage shelf show  also confirms the mixed shelf IDs: 

          Shelf Name Shelf ID Serial Number   Model       Type   Status
    ----------------- -------- --------------- ----------- ------ -----------

                 3.10       10 SHFHU1111111111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal <<<<<<<<< local
                 3.11       11 SHFHU1111111111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal
                 3.12       12 SHFHU1111111111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal
                 3.13       13 SHFHU1111211111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal
                 3.14       14 SHFHU1111111711 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal
                 3.15       15 SHFHU1111111111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal <<<<<<<<< local
                 3.60       60 SHFHU1161111111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal <<<<<<<<< remote 
                 3.61       61 SHFHU1111111111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal
                 3.62       62 SHFHU1111111411 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal
                 3.63       63 SHFHU1111111111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal
                 3.64       64 SHFHU1111871111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal
                 3.65       65 SHFHU1311111111 DS224-12    IOM12  Normal

 

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