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Why there are extra compute nodes that doesn't belong to the cluster

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Applies to

  • NetApp Element software
  • NetApp SolidFire Active IQ

Answer

The vCenter server is configured to forward information about all ESXi hosts, including those that do not belong to the specific cluster to ActiveIQ.

Additional Information

The workaround is you can remove those compute node assets by going to the mNode Swagger page (https://mnode_ip/mnode).

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