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MetroCluster key mismatch between peer clusters

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Applies to

  • MetroCluster
  • ONTAP 9
  • Onboard Key Management

Issue

metrocluster check cluster show -checkonboard-key-management -instance shows:
 

Cluster01::*> metrocluster check cluster show-check onboard-key-management -instance

Type of Check: onboard-key-management

Cluster Name: Cluster01

Result of the Check: warning Additional Information/Recovery Steps:Internal Error. Onboard Key Management hierarchy key mismatch between peer clusters.

Type of Check: onboard-key-management

Cluster Name: Cluster02

Result of the Check: warning Additional Information/Recovery Steps:Internal Error. Onboard Key Management hierarchy key mismatch between peer clusters.

The following message also appears in the event log:

ALERT        km.mcc.okmkey.mismatch: This cluster is part of a MetroCluster configuration. The list of OKM hierarchy keys on one or both of the clusters is potentially corrupted.

metrocluster vserver show shows that CRS replication is not working correctly:

Cluster: Cluster01

Vserver: vserver01

Failed Replication Reason: Apply failed for Object:vifsbyname Method: baseline. Reason: There are no active ports in IPspace"ipspace01" on node "Cluster01_Node01".

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