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What actions can be performed when Active IQ Unified Manager alerts "is slow at the network processing node"?

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Applies to

  • Active IQ Unified Manager
  • Oncommand Unified Manager 7.2+


Suggested Actions:

  1. Confirm that the response time for the impacted volumes is within the expected range for your applications. If it is within the range, stop here.
  2. Review recent configuration changes, failovers, or newly provisioned volumes on the cluster component shown to be in contention. Could a recent change have caused the contention?
  3. Check which clients are driving the workload on the volumes with abnormally high activity on the cluster component in contention.
  4. Take one of these actions to try and resolve the incident:
    • Consider moving the workload to another node with a lower CPU utilization.

Other possible explanations or resolutions:

If you require immediate attention in regards to this alert, contact the NetApp Technical Support Center directly at 1-888-4-NETAPP (1-888-463-8277).

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