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Metrocluster IP scsi.cmd.abortedByHost and scsi.mcc.adt.ioTransportError reported on remote disks

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • MetroCluster IP

Issue

Event logs reports command aborts and transport errors for a limited period of time on both nodes:

6/1/2024 17:31:49  netapp01-02 ERROR scsi.cmd.abortedByHost: Disk device 0v.i1.1L4: Command aborted by host adapter: HA status 0x13: cdb 0x28:6fc6d432:0001.

6/1/2024 17:31:49  netapp01-02 ERROR scsi.mcc.adt.ioTransportError: mcc_adt[1] - Transport error during execution of command: HA status 0x13: CAM transport status 0x1b : cdb 0x28:6fc6d432:0001.

6/1/2024 17:31:49  netapp01-01 ERROR scsi.cmd.abortedByHost: Disk device 0v.i2.2L6: Command aborted by host adapter: HA status 0x13: cdb

6/1/2024 17:31:54  netapp01-01 ERROR scsi.mcc.adt.ioTransportError: mcc_adt[3] - Transport error during execution of command: HA status 0x13: CAM transport status 0x1b : cdb 0x28:6fc6d530:0001.

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