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E-Series controller in lockdown state OE LU after hitting Start of Day (SOD) reboot limit

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Applies to

NetApp E-Series

Issue

  • Controller is locked down with a 7-segment LED code of OE LU
  • This lockdown mechanism is used to avoid the hardware being worn from excessive boot sequences that fail
  • It also helps reduce software risks that could result from continuous boot cycles

 

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