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ISCSI LUN not visible and space reserve errors seen at host end

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • ISCSI
  • Clustered Windows environment

Issue

  • LUN presented as a second qtree inside a volume is not visible at host end
  • However the first qtree, which is presented as a distinct LUN to the host is visible on the host end
  • Space reserve errors observed on the host end for the affected LUN

 

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