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MetroCluster configuration fails - Unable to find an HA partner via RDMA Interconnect

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Applies to

  • MetroCluster IP
  • ONTAP 9


When initially configuring the metrocluster, it may fail with the error "Unable to find an HA partner via RDMA Interconnect".

ClusterA::*> metrocluster configure -node-name ClusterA-01 -refresh true

Warning: Using -refresh option will overwrite any existing MetroCluster configuration.
Do you want to continue? {y|n}: y
[Job 60] Configuring Nodes
[Job 60] Job failed: Configure of remote node "ClusterB-02" in cluster "ClusterB" failed. Reason: (Unable to find an HA partner via RDMA Interconnect.). Check the hardware for errors and make sure all nodes are online, then try the command with "-refresh true". Use the "metrocluster operation show" command to view detailed error information. Resolve the errors, then try the command again.


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