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Multiple cluster network errors with NFS shares freezing

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Applies to

  • FAS2650
  • CN1610

Issue

  • Just one of the cluster network ports, connected to the same cluster network switch, reports: 
Wed Mar 04 01:57:09 UTC [node_name: vifmgr: vifmgr.portHealthy:notice]: The health status of port e0b (node node_name) has changed from degraded to healthy. This port can now be used for hosting LIFs.
Wed Mar 04 01:57:17 UTC [node_name: vifmgr: vifmgr.port.monitor.failed:error]: The "l2_reachability" health check for port e0b (node node_name) has failed.
  • The port is up but operating in a degraded state.
  • The cluster network switch reports:
Mar  3 20:19:29 node_name DRIVER[bcmDPC]: broad_hpc_drv.c(4428) 295712 %% unit = 0, VLAN_TAB.X, entry 1 parity error

 

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