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Post IOXM maintenance in FAS or AFF 80x0 models the IOXM power shows as bad

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Applies to

  • AFF8060
  • AFF8080
  • FAS8060
  • FAS8080
  • ONTAP 9
  • Data ONTAP 8 7-Mode

Issue

The models listed in the applies to section, have the option of a dual chassis configuration as seen in Hardware Universe.  This configuration is also known as a Chassis/IOXM configuration or abbreviated as CI.  When a PCIe card is replaced in an IOXM module or the entire IOXM module is replaced, after giveback of the impaired node the IOXM power might show as bad and the HA interconnect ports as down:


cluster1::> system controller ioxm show

Node          Display Name Is-Present? Power     Status
------------- ------------ ----------- --------- ------
cluster1-01
              cluster1-01/IOXM
                           present     bad       ok
cluster1-02
              cluster1-02/IOXM
                           present     good      ok

cluster1::> system controller config show
.....
       IOXM                        Status: present
                Power:              BAD
.....

    Interconnect Port 1:
        Port Name:          ib0a
        Default GID:        fe80:0000:0000:0000:00a0:9800:0035:5850
        Base LID:           0x850
        Active MTU:         4096
        Data Rate:          40 Gb/s (4X) QDR
        Link State:         DOWN
    Interconnect Port 2:
        Port Name:          ib0b
        Default GID:        fe80:0000:0000:0000:00a0:9800:0035:5851
        Base LID:           0x851
        Active MTU:         4096
        Data Rate:          40 Gb/s (4X) QDR
        Link State:         DOWN

 

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