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Application clone creation fails with Clone Life Cycle job

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Applies to

  • SnapCenter Server (SC)
  • SnapCenter Plug-in for Microsoft Windows Server (SCW)
  • SnapCenter Plug-in for Microsoft SQL Server (SCSQL)
  • Clone Life Cycle (CLC)
  • VMware vCenter

Issue

  • Application clone creation fails in CLC job with error seen in the Job Details and <installation_path>\Program Files\NetApp\SnapCenter\SMCore\log\SMCore_<id>.log:

ERROR SMCore_8392 PID=[2924] TID=[64] ErrorCode (-1), ErrorMessage (Failed to refresh the clone. Failed to validate existance of cloned database\log files during clone operation ...)
DEBUG SMCore_8392 PID=[2924] TID=[64] CloneActivity failed Failed to refresh the clone. Failed to validate existance of cloned database\log files during clone operation ...

  • May also see the following error repeated every 10 seconds in <installation_path>\NetApp\SnapCenter\SnapCenter Plug-in for Microsoft Windows\job_logs\SCW_<id>.log":

2022-09-04T09:58:06.4368487+03:00 Verbose SDW PID=[2888] TID=[8120] Adding access path
2022-09-04T09:58:06.4524781+03:00 Verbose SDW PID=[2888] TID=[8120] Failed to add access path while adding a partition access path [Error Code: 42013]

..
2022-09-04T10:01:16.8560095+03:00 Verbose SDW PID=[2888] TID=[8120] Adding access path
2022-09-04T10:01:16.8560095+03:00 Verbose SDW PID=[2888] TID=[8120] Failed to add access path while adding a partition access path [Error Code: 42013]

 

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