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CVO does not recognize CPU of over 16

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Applies to

  • NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP (CVO)
  • ONTAP 9.7


When CVO is set up using an instance of 64 CPUs, it recognizes as few as 16 CPUs.


Using "m5.16xlarge" (AWS) instance.
"m5.16xlarge" has 64 CPU.

::> node run -node cluster1-01 -command sysconfig -a
    NetApp Release 9.7P7: Thu Aug 27 16:59:02 EDT 2020
    System ID: XXXXXXXXX (clouster1-01); partner ID: XXXXXXXX (cluster1-02)
    System Serial Number: XXXXXXXX (Cluster1-01)
    System Storage Configuration: Unknown
    System ACP Connectivity: NA
    All-Flash Optimized: false
    Capacity Optimized: false
    All SAN Array: false
    slot 0: System Board 2.5 GHz (Virtual Machine)
                Model Name:         CDvM200
                Serial Number:      XXXXXXXXX
                Loader version:     1.0
                Processors:         16    <--- 16 Processors
                Processor ID:       0xXXXXXXX
                Microcode Version:  0xXXXXXXX
                Memory Size:        259156 MB
                Memory Attributes:  None
                Virtual NVRAM Size: 2048 MB



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