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What can the event 'Nblade.exportAccessIndeterm' mean?

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • NFS

Answer

  • ONTAP is unable to successfully process all your export-policy rules.
    • Verify that external name services (such as DNS, NIS, LDAP, Kerberos, or AD) are working from the ONTAP side.
  • Use the "vserver export-policy check-access" command to troubleshoot
  • Use the vserver show -fields id command to get the Vserver name corresponding to SVM ID
  • Use the volume show -fields msid command to get the volume name corresponding to the volume MSID

EMS event (example)

Wed Nov 18 06:32:15 UTC [node1: NwkThd_03: ems.engine.suppressed:debug]: Event 'Nblade.exportAccessIndeterm' suppressed 3 times in last 136489 seconds.
Wed Nov 18 06:32:15 UTC [node1: NwkThd_03: Nblade_exportAccessIndeterm_1:error]: params: {'rulesetID': '2345678901', 'vserverId': '3', 'clientAddr': '192.168.1.2', 'msid': '1234567890'}

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