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Block drive goes into the available state due to ex=xDataChecksumFailed

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Applies to

  • NetApp Element Software
  • NetApp SF-series
  • NetApp H-series

Issue

  • Block drive is moved to the 'Available' drive pool 
  • Event log entry in NetApp SolidFire Active IQ.

Example:

784796 2020-09-02 09:35:33 iEEvent return code:4 702 12 - { "throwFile": "serviceshared/DiskDataDiskIORequest.cpp", "logContext.requestID": "1073741840", "throwFunction": "void solidfire::DiskReadRequest::VerifyChecksum() const", "throwLine": 38, "logContext.sourceID": "1631", "whatString": "Reading disk location 1067255802688 length 4125", "exceptionCode": "xDataChecksumFailed", "currentStack": "", "streamDetails": 1 }
 

 

 

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