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"csm.mismatchRemoteDevice" appears after cluster switch configuration change

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ONTAP 9

Issue

After cluster switch configuration changes, below ems errors appear:

  • csm.mismatchRemoteDevice 

Wed Mar 24 23:26:02 MDT [node-name: server common RPC: csm.mismatchRemoteDevice:error]: CSM connection between source LIF 1024 and destination address 169.254.112.160 might not be optimal for session 1005aff1b35b8500. The source is currently connected to switch(SN) remote device and the destination is currently connected to switch(SN) remote device.

  • vifmgr.clntdev.removed:notice

Wed Mar 24 23:26:02 MDT [node-name: vifmgr: vifmgr.clntdev.removed:notice]: Remote device switch(SN) (model: NX3132V) was removed from the cluster network.

Wed Mar 24 23:26:02 MDT [node-name: vifmgr: vifmgr.clntdev.updated:notice]: Remote device switch(SN) (model: NX3132V, version: Cisco Nexus Operating System (NX-OS) Software, Version 7.0(3)I7(8), IP address: 10.109.32.157) has been detected on the cluster network.

 

 

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