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Inaccessible datastores due to expired SolidFire VASA Provider certificate in vCenter

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Applies to

  • NetApp Element Software
  • vSphere API for Storage Awareness (VASA)
  • VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (vVols)


Inaccessible datastores due to SolidFire VASA Provider (SF VP) certificate being expired
  • Datastores are inaccessible but the VMs are running and can't be configured
  • In the Configure tab > Storage Providers has an alert for the expired certificate 

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