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MetroCluster IP IC RDMA Connection Down

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Applies to

  • MetroCluster IP
  • ONTAP 9

Issue

  • One or more nodes report IC RDMA Connection Down
Example:
ClusterA::*> system ha interconnect status show

                       Node: ClusterA-01
              Link 0 Status: up
              Link 1 Status: up
           Is Link 0 Active: true
           Is Link 1 Active: true
         IC RDMA Connection: Down

                       Node: ClusterA-02
              Link 0 Status: up
              Link 1 Status: up
           Is Link 0 Active: true
           Is Link 1 Active: true
         IC RDMA Connection: Down
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  • Storage failover is not possible
Example:

ClusterA::> storage failover  show
                              Takeover
Node           Partner        Possible State Description
-------------- -------------- -------- -------------------------------------
ClusterA-01
               -              false    Waiting for partner. Waiting for
                                       partner lock synchronization.
                                       Takeover is not possible: Storage
                                       failover is disabled
ClusterA-02
               -              false    Waiting for partner. Waiting for
                                       partner lock synchronization.
                                       Takeover is not possible: Storage
                                       failover is disabled
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