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The replaced disk is displayed as unowned

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Applies to

Data ONTAP 8.2 7-Mode


Automatic assigning failed due to the following errors in EMS.

Mar 11 12:47:00 JST [node_name: monitor: monitor.globalStatus.nonCritical:warning]: There are not enough spare disks.
Mar 11 12:47:30 JST [node_name: sanown_reservation: diskown.AutoAssign.MultipleOwners:warning]: Automatic assigning failed for disk 0a.00.4 (S/N 3030A009F4YR) because the disks on the loop are owned by multiple systems. Automatic assigning failed for all unowned disks on this loop.
Mar 11 12:50:00 JST [node_name: monitor: monitor.globalStatus.nonCritical:warning]: There are not enough spare disks. Assign unowned disks.
Mar 11 13:00:00 JST [node_name: statd: unowned.disk.reminder:info]: 1 disks are currently unowned. Use the "disk assign" command to assign the disks to a filer.


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