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During ONTAP upgrade cluster network ports went down on FAS2552

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Applies to

  • FAS2552
  • ONTAP upgrade
  • Switchless cluster

Issue

  • During ONTAP upgrade the cluster network port goes down:
    cluster::> network port show
    e0e Cluster - down 9000 auto/auto -false
    e0f Cluster - down 9000 auto/auto - false

     
  • Storage failover giveback is not possible:
    cluster1::> storage failover show
                                  Takeover
    Node           Partner        Possible State Description
    -------------- -------------- -------- -------------------------------------
    cluster1-n1     cluster1-n2   false    Connected to cluster1-n2,
                                           Partial giveback, Takeover is not   
                                           possible: The version of software  
                                           running on each node of the SFO pair  
                                           is incompatible, NVRAM log not     
                                           synchronized
    cluster1-n2     cluster1-n1     -      Waiting for cluster applications to 
                                           come online on the local node  \
                                           Offline applications: mgmt, vldb, vifmgr, bcomd, crs.
    2 entries were displayed.
    cluster1::> storage failover show-giveback
                   Partner Node         Aggregate         Giveback Status
    -------------- ----------------- ---------------------------------------------
    cluster1-n1   CFO Aggregates    Done  aggr1_DATA1      Not attempted yet

    Warning: Unable to list entries on node cluster1-n2. RPC: Couldn't make connection [from mgwd on node "cluster1-n1" (VSID: -1) to mgwd at 169.254.XX.YY]
    2 entries were displayed.

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