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Cannot get SDU 5.3.2 daemon or ONTAP access running with RHEL 6.x SSL

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Applies to

  • SnapDrive for Unix (SDU) 5.3 and higher
  • Redhat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6
  • ONTAP 8.3, 9

Issue

Trying to setup ONTAP storage in SDU with "soap accept failed with TCP error: 28" and the sd-trace.log shows:
system-get-ontapi-version failed, error: 5: Can't connect to host (err=5).
 
The SnapDrive daemon fails to start with "Status failed with error 127"

 

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