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Active IQ Unified Manager fails to add OnTap cluster currently monitored by Cloud InSights Workload Security

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Applies to

Active IQ Unified Manager 9.x
Cloud InSights Workload Security 


  • Attempts to add an ONTAP cluster data source in Active IQ Unified Manager from the A Cluster Setup page fails.
  • Prompting the return of an error message:

Unable to add data source, which can be caused by reaching the max number of EMS notification destinations in the data source.


Unable to add cluster data source. This can occur if the clocks on the systems are not synchronized and the Active IQ Unified Manager HTTPS certificate start date is later than the date on the cluster, or if the cluster has reached the maximum number of EMS notification destinations.

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