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Frontend SAN traffic stopped after takeover of a node in a MetroCluster due to a disk reservation conflict

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Applies to

  • MetroCluster
  • Takeover performed
  • Disk reservation conflict occurred on mailbox disk during takeover
    • [?] Wed Mar 18 17:29:53 CET [fashak10-02: isp2400_intrd: disk.reservationConflict.key:debug]: Device fashak09-sw02:9.126L32 reported SCSI RESERVATION CONFLICT status. 0 milliseconds ago, the reservation key reported by this device was 2002d81900000003.


Frontend SAN traffic stopped after takeover of a node in a MetroCluster.


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