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VVOLs are no longer accessible and hosts lost their connections to NetApp HCI system

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Applies to

  • Element Version 11.x
  • VMware vCenter Server 6.7.0
  • Vmware Virtual Volumes (VVols)

Issue

  • VVols are no longer accessible and hosts lose their connections following a security scan against the Element storage cluster. 
  • Solidfire VASA provider service (sfvasa) goes unresponsive, per the log output from the cluster master. 
  • Meanwhile, connections are still maintained to non-VVols (traditional) datastores on the cluster.

 

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