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Switch-Health degraded for cluster: partner switch interface reporting SFP not present

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Applies to

Cisco NXxxxx cluster Switches

Issue

EMS Logs
HA Group Notification (Health Monitor process cshm: SwitchIfIslDownWarn_Alert[node02-switch1(FOX000000D2)/Ethernet1/44]) ALERT
 ONTAP CLI
::*> system health alert show
 Node: node2
 Resource: Link Aggregate 10
 Alert ID:SwitchIfIslDownWarn_Alert
 Severity: Major
 Indication Time: Tue Jun 11 12:26:15 2019
 Suppress: false
 Acknowledge: false
 Probable Cause: The cable used to connect switch "switch1/ Link
 Aggregate 10" to the ISL port might be faulty.
 Possible Effect: Cluster redundancy might be lost.
 Corrective Actions: 1) Check whether the cable is fully inserted into the interface port on both ends.
 2) Reconnect the ISL port using another cable. After reconnecting it, verify whether the link of the ISL
 port is up by executing the commands as per switch  configuration guide or by checking whether the Link
 status LED is on.
Show tech-support output

Switch 1 provided this information of interface 1/44

interface 1/44 is showing down.
Ethernet1/44 is down (Link not connected)
Ethernet1/44 is down

Switch 2  provided this information for it's interface 1/44

  • show interface transceiver logs section of logs
switch2# show interface transceiver
Ethernet1/44
transceiver is not present

 

 

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