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Controller takeover failed: takeover during raid failed

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ONTAP 9

Issue

  • Call home for RAIDTREE ASSIMILATION FAILED in EMS log:
Wed May 25 20:17:28 -0700 [n10: config_failed_disk: callhome.raidtree.assim:EMERGENCY]: Call home for RAIDTREE ASSIMILATION FAILED
  • Call home for CONTROLLER TAKEOVER FAILED in EMS log:
Wed May 25 20:37:20 -0700 [n9: cf_takeover: cf.fm.takeoverCommitted:debug]: Failover monitor: takeover committed
Wed May 25 20:37:21 -0700 [n10: cf_takeover: raid.fm.takeoverFail:alert]: RAID takeover failed: Partner label processing failed.
Wed May 25 20:37:21 -0700 [n9: cf_takeover: cf.rsrc.takeoverFail:alert]: Failover monitor: takeover during raid failed; takeover cancelled.
Wed May 25 20:37:21 -0700 [n9: cf_takeover: cf.fm.takeoverFailed:alert]: Failover monitor: takeover failed 'node failed to takeover one of partner's subsystems'
Wed May 25 20:37:21 -0700 [n9: cf_takeover: cf.nduIncomplete:info]: params: {'reason': 'TAKEOVER_FAILED', 'token': 'n9_03:32:14_2022:05:20', 'host': 'n10'}
Wed May 25 20:37:21 -0700 [n9: cf_giveback: callhome.sfo.takeover.failed:alert]: Call home for CONTROLLER TAKEOVER FAILED

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