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License entitlement risk after motherboard replacement

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Applies to

  • AFF Systems
  • FAS Systems
  • ONTAP 9
  • Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 and Later

Issue

The controller reports an license entitlement risk  "Acquire a node-locked license" which points to the surviving node.
 
Example

From the logs we can see that the node netapp-cluster-01  has been replaced but the system reports a missing license of node netapp-cluster-02.

netapp-cluster::> system license show-status
Status    License              Scope     Detailed Status
--------- -------------------  --------- ----------------------
partially-installed
          NFS                  node      License missing on: netapp-cluster-02.
          CIFS                 node      License missing on: netapp-cluster-02.
          iSCSI                node      License missing on: netapp-cluster-02.
          FCP                  node      License missing on: netapp-cluster-02.
          SnapRestore          node      License missing on: netapp-cluster-02.
          SnapMirror           node      License missing on: netapp-cluster-02.
          FlexClone            node      License missing on: netapp-cluster-02.
          SnapVault            node      License missing on: netapp-cluster-02.
          SnapManagerSuite     node      License missing on: netapp-cluster-02.
netapp-cluster::> system license entitlement-risk show
Package             Entitlement Risk Corrective Action
------------------- ---------------- -----------------------------------
NFS                 unlicensed       None
           Nodes Without a Node-Locked License
           -------------------------------------------------------------
           netapp-cluster-02                    1-81-0000000000000004073806283

 

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