- SnapCenter for SQL
SnapCenter unable to enumerate SQL Availability Group.
- SnapCenter interface does not show a SQL Availability Group that exists, even though SnapCenter is able to enumerate disks on each node. SnapCenter for Windows Plug-In log on individual nodes shows log entries like the following:
GetPartitionForVolume: return remote partition of remote disk '<Drive Letter>'
GetHostFileSystem: partition.DiskId = 'Disk ID>', partition.Server = <Remote Server>
Error: Could not find disk for partition [DiskId: <DiskID>]
Note: <Remote Server> in these error messages refers to a node other than the local server.
- This may also be accompanied by events like the following in the Windows System Event log:
DCOM was unable to communicate with the computer <Windows cluster name> using any of the configured protocols; requested by PID <PID> (C:\Program Files\NetApp\SnapCenter\SnapCenter Plug-in for Microsoft SQL Server\SmSqlServiceHost.exe).