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Lost Access to Clusters in Azure Regions

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Applies to

  • Cloud Volumes ONTAP (CVO)
  • Azure


  • Briefly lost access to CVO clusters in multiple Azure regions.
  • Errors found in the EMS logs:

Wed Jan 25 21:07:41+0000 [Cluster-01: mgwd: cpeer.addr.stable.down:error]: Stable address10.28.253.147 of cluster Cluster-01, in IPspace Default, cannot becontacted.

Wed Jan 2521:07:49 +0000 [Cluster-01: wafl_exempt02: wafl.vol.blks_used.done:info]:params: {'vol': 'sup_Purchasing', 'app': '', 'volident':'@vserver:bff40486-1c93-11ec-8638-000d3a611f87', 'run_time': '157343', 'owner':'', 'type': 'Volume'}

Wed Jan 2521:08:14 +0000 [Cluster-01: secd: secd.dns.server.timed.out:error]: DNSserver 10.X.X.X did not respond to vserver = admin Vserver within timeoutinterval.

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