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MetroCluster vserver config degraded during upgrade to ONTAP 9.3

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Applies to

  • Two node MetroCluster
  • ONTAP 9.1
  • ONTAP 9.2

Issue

One of the nodes has been upgraded to 9.3, but after the first switchback one or more of the vservers is in a degraded state.
 
 
Example:

ClusterA::*> metrocluster vserver show

...
                              Cluster  : ClusterA
                              Vserver  : SVM_B
                      Partner Vserver  : SVM_B-mc
                  Configuration State  : degraded
                        Stream Status  : operation-failed
                    Corrective Action  : Resynchronize the configuration using "metrocluster vserver resync" command.
                                         Contact technical support for assistance if configuration-state does not change to                                          healthy.
                            Failed Row : Table Name: vserver_web_services, Operation: get, Fields: SVM_B-mc rest_api data                                          1.0.0 Remote Administrative REST API Support This service supports a RESTful
                                         Interface that can be used to remotely manage all elements of the cluster
                                         infrastructure. - admin readonly vsadmin vsadmin-protocol vsadmin-readonly
                                         vsadmin-volume false false
                         Failed Reason : Apply failed for Object: vserver_web_services Method: baseline. Reason: entry
                                         doesn't exist
                 Last apply fail time  : 10/10/2020 15:14:30

ClusterA::*> version

NetApp Release 9.1P20: Mon Oct 28 14:37:28 UTC 2019

ClusterB::*> version

NetApp Release 9.3P20: Wed Sep 23 21:44:43 UTC 2020

 

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