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Interconnect link, Width Degraded error

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Applies to

AFF and FAS systems

Issue

The link width degraded errors are seen on interconnect links, link speed seen is 4x and the expected rate is 8X

Sat Apr 18 01:00:01 CDT [Node-A: statd: ic.linkWidthDegraded:error]: HA interconnect: Link width of link #0 degraded. Current: 4X, expected: 8X.
Sat Apr 18 01:00:00 CDT [Node-B: statd: ic.linkWidthDegraded:error]: HA interconnect: Link width of link #0 degraded. Current: 4X, expected: 8X.


Node A

slot 1: HSL Interconnect
  Data Rate:          40 Gb/s (4X) <-------------
  Link State:         ACTIVE
  Port HA0a State:    DOWN
  QSFP Vendor:        Molex Inc.
  QSFP Part Number: 112-00435 A0
  QSFP Type:  Passive Copper 1m ID:00
  QSFP Serial Number: <Serial Number>
  Port HA0b State:    ACTIVE
  QSFP Vendor:       Molex Inc.
  QSFP Part Number:   112-00435 A0
  QSFP Type:  Passive Copper 1m ID:00
  QSFP Serial Number: <Serial Number>

Node B

slot 1: HSL Interconnect
  Data Rate:          40 Gb/s (4X) <---------------
  Link State:     ACTIVE
  Port HA0a State:    DOWN
  QSFP Vendor:        Molex Inc.
  QSFP Part Number:   112-00435 A0
  QSFP Type: Passive Copper 1m ID:00
  QSFP Serial Number: <Serial Number>
  Port HA0b State:    ACTIVE
  QSFP Vendor:        Molex Inc.
  QSFP Part Number:   112-00435 A0
  QSFP Type:  Passive Copper 1m ID:00
  QSFP Serial Number: <Serial Number>

 

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