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Why does Write-back caching forcibly disabled alert appear during controller reboot/failure/upgrade

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NetApp E-Series

Answer

When either of the controllers is unavailable, the write-back caching gets automatically disabled to avoid any cached data loss in the event of the only available controller failing or losing power

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