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How to remove stale unmirrored aggregate entries in a MetroCluster following disaster where storage was lost

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Applies to

  • MetroCluster
  • Unmirrored Aggregates
  • Recovery following a disaster where storage for an unmirrored aggregate was lost.

Description

In the event of a disaster on a MetroCluster system where unmirrored aggregate storage was lost and unrecoverable, there may be stale records left behind referencing the unmirrored aggregate. These stale entries have to be manually removed, this process requires the engagement of NetApp Technical Support.

ClusterA::> aggregate show


Aggregate     Size Available Used% State   #Vols  Nodes            RAID Status
--------- -------- --------- ----- ------- ------ ---------------- ------------
aggr0_ClusterA_01 973.9GB 66.25GB 93% online    1 ClusterA-01      raid4,
                                                                   mirrored,
                                                                   normal
aggr0_ClusterA_02 953.8GB 46.14GB 95% online    1 ClusterA-02      raid4,
                                                                   mirrored,
                                                                   normal
aggr1       3.73TB    3.71TB    0% online       3 ClusterA-02      raid_dp,
                                                                   mirrored,
                                                                   normal
aggr1_ClusterA_02 3.73TB 3.71TB 0% online       2 ClusterA-02      raid_dp,
                                                                   mirrored,
                                                                   normal
aggr2_unmirr        -      -     - unknown      - ClusterA-01      -

 

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