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Unable to delete bucket on StorageGRID due to leftover objects

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Applies to

Netapp StorageGRID 11.4 and above

Issue

  • There are still object remaining (being listed) in the bucket after a recursive delete of all objects in the bucket.
  • Doing another recursive delete doesn't remove any of the listed objects.
  • Bucket cannot be removed due to not being empty
  • If Veeam is being used the following messages may be logged by both Veaam and the Grid
    • StorageGRID bycast.log
       Apr  7 07:07:10 testsn01 ADE: |12041982 2123362478 S3RQ %DED 2022-04-07T07:07:10.709313| NOTICE   0090 5d8fc8617f517cce S3RQ: S3 error response: RequestId=1649283350039979, TraceId=5d8fc8617f517cce, Resource=/veeam_store/Veeam/Archive/veeam/1074c524-c26c-499a-96e2-ab8cee2a6d80/00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000/test/test.2, HTTP Status Code=404, X-Forwarded-For: '10.10.0.37', ErrorMsg=NoSuchKey, ErrorType=Client, CustomErrorMessage={<none>}, Details={Object torretrieve doesn't exist

    • Veeam:
      [07.04.2022 07:10:11] <19> Error              Index in DB is not synchronized with archive. DB version: [-1]. CheckpointId in archive: [2]

 

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