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SQL databases are not discovered on one or more host

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Applies to

  • SnapCenter Server (SC) 4.4
  • Database discovery

Issue

  • SQL databases are not discovered one one or more host
  • Disks are found successfully
  • No error seen in SC GUI but see the following entries in <installation_path>\NetApp\SnapCenter\App_Data\log\SnapManagerWeb_<id>.log

    DEBUG SnapManagerWeb_1301160 PID=[2996] TID=[1] PluginCode: SMSQL
    DEBUG SnapManagerWeb_1301160 PID=[2996] TID=[1] ShouldDeletesmObject enter for nsmObject: <SQL_Instance\database>
    DEBUG SnapManagerWeb_1301160 PID=[2996] TID=[1] isObject Deleted: True BackupExists: False
    DEBUG SnapManagerWeb_1301160 PID=[2996] TID=[1] Perform RemoveSQLResource
    DEBUG SnapManagerWeb_1301160 PID=[2996] TID=[1] Found the SQL Database (<SQL_Instance\database>) registered with host (<hostname>).
    DEBUG SnapManagerWeb_1301160 PID=[2996] TID=[1] Perform RemoveSmObjectFromDiscovery
    DEBUG SnapManagerWeb_1301160 PID=[2996] TID=[1] Perform RemoveSmObjectFromCredentialMapping
    DEBUG SnapManagerWeb_1301160 PID=[2996] TID=[1] Perform Object (SQL_Instance\database) cleanup
    ERROR SnapManagerWeb_1301160 PID=[2996] TID=[1] Failed to remove the resource with id (object_id). Error: An error occurred while updating the entries. See the inner exception for details. An error occurred while updating the entries. See the inner exception for details. Cannot delete or update a parent row: a foreign key constraint fails (`nsm`.`nsm_backupvolumesharing`, CONSTRAINT `FK_nsm_BackupVolumeSharing_nsm_sm_object` FOREIGN KEY (`nsm_sm_object_id`) REFERENCES `nsm_sm_object` (`nsm_sm_object_id`) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON U)

 

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