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SCV 5.0: Failed to add/update storage system(s) information when editing settings

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Applies to

  • SnapCenter Plug-in for VMware vSphere (SCV) 5.0
  • SnapCenter Plug-in for VMware vSphere (SCV) 5.0P1

Issue

  • When trying to edit the Cluster or SVM credentials to update the password or re-enter it (to refresh SVM information) after the upgrade, the following error occurs for clusters entries:
    (X) Failed to add/update storage system(s) information.
    Failed to add/update storage system information:
    Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
 
  • After removing the Cluster-LIF and attempting to add it back in to bypass this issue, the error has changed to:
    (X) Failed to add/update storage system(s) information.
    Failed to add/update storage system information: Failed to connect to storage system <SVM_NAME_OR_IP_ADDR>.\n
    This instance has already started one or more requests. Properties can only be modified before sending the first request.
 

  • Not able to connect to SVMs and list the volumes after upgrade of SCV. .
    • Failed to add/update storage system information: Failed to connect to storage system <SVM_NAME_OR_IP_ADDR> .\nInvalid credentials. Please check the username or password

 

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