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Root Volume Recovery required after an unexpected outage

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Shutdown due to power outage

Issue

An unexpected power outage ONTAP boots with the following message:

The contents of the root volume may have changed and the local management configuration may be inconsistent and/or the local management databases may be out of sync with the replicated databases. This node is not fully operational.
Contact support personnel for the root volume recovery procedures.

[cluster:callhome.root.vol.recovery.reqd:EMERGENCY]: Call home for ROOT VOLUME NOT WORKING PROPERLY: RECOVERY REQUIRED.

Internal error: Cannot open corrupt replicated database. Automatic recovery attempt has failed or is disabled. Check the event logs for details. This node is not fully operational. Contact support personnel for the root volume recovery procedures.

 

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