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E-series reboot with 0x42e8001 with SSD Cache

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Applies to

NetApp E-Series
SANtricity Rev 11.40GA   (September 2017)
SANtricity Rev 11.40R1   (November 2017)
SANtricity Rev 11.40.1   (January 2018)
SANtricity Rev 11.40.2   (April 2018)

Issue

  • During some firmware maintenance update procedures the SSD cache needs to be suspended automatically this can result in a controller exception and reboot 

 

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