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Unable to Add Cluster or acquisition fails for existing clusters on AIQUM due to expired client certificate

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Applies to

  • Active IQ Unified Manager (AIQUM)
  • Certificates


  • Attempting to add a cluster to AIQUM fails with error:
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.
  • Excerpt from Audit.log from Affected Cluster after attempting to add to AIQUM:
kern_audit:info:3167] 8503e80000dac04e :: clustername:ontapi :: :: clustername:user :: security-certificate-install :: Error: The certificate has expired.


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