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Automatic assigning failed for disk in ONTAP after cluster setup

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9

Issue

  • Disks may fail to autoassign when disks on the same loop are owned by multiple systems. 

10/30/2020 11:36:28 NODE1 ERROR diskown.AutoAssign.MultipleOwners: Automatic assigning failed for disk 0b.06.19 (S/N XXXXXXXX) because the disks on the loop are owned by multiple systems. Automatic assigning failed for all unowned disks on this loop.

  • Additional event logs show the following errors denoting autoassign can’t run.

10/30/2020 11:36:28 NODE1   ERROR         diskown.AutoAssign.MultipleOwners: Automatic assigning failed for disk 0b.06.19 (S/N XXXXXX) because the disks on the loop are owned by multiple systems. Automatic assigning failed for all unowned disks on this loop.

 

 

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