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SCW fails to create shared disk on WSFC node other than cluster owner node

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Applies to

  • SnapCenter Server 4.3 and earlier
  • SnapCenter Plug-in for Microsoft Windows (SCW) 4.3 and earlier
  • Owner nodes of Cluster Group and Available Storage are different in Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC)

Issue

  • SCW fails to create shared disk with error "Failed - Failed to create windows file system Failed to create partition [ Error Code: 41000]".

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  • SCWDebug.log of cluster owner node shows Error Code: 41000 in PartitionManager::CreateWindowsFileSystem.

Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] ++PartitionManager::CreateWindowsFileSystem
..
Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] ++CmdletDiskManagementStrategy::InitializeDisk
Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] ++CmdletDiskManagementStrategy::CreateRunspace
Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] Creating remote runspace
Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] --CmdletDiskManagementStrategy::CreateRunspace
Error SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] Failed to initialize the disk: error = Connecting to remote server <HOST> failed with the following error message : The server certificate on the destination computer (<HOST>:5985) has the following errors:       
Encountered an internal error in the SSL library. For more information, see the about_Remote_Troubleshooting Help topic.
Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] --CmdletDiskManagementStrategy::InitializeDisk
Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] ++WmiHelper::IsWindowsServer2019
Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] --WmiHelper::IsWindowsServer2019
Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] Creating partition...
Error SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] Failed to create partition [ Error Code: 41000]
Error SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] Failed to create windows file system
Verbose SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] --PartitionManager::CreateWindowsFileSystem
..
Error SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] Failed to provision disk
Error SDW PID=[<PID>] TID=[<TID>] Failed to create windows file system   at SnapDrive.Nsf.Core.Host.PartitionManager.CreateWindowsFileSystem(CreateWindowsFileSystemRequest request)
   at SnapDrive.Nsf.Core.DiskProvisioningManager.SDProvisionCreateStorage(SDProvisionCreateStorageRequest request, DiskOperationContext context, Boolean provisioning)

 

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