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How can i fix this error?

In the syslog the error is a warning, and there is no translation for it.  Please help.

Client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (xid xxxxxxxxxxx) is trying to access an unexported mount (fileid 64, snapid 0, generation 15628757 and flags 0x0 on volume 0x1087a5ab [No volume name available])

Now the client is an esxi host but without the volume name I don't know what volume and I don't know what to do once I find the volume.  What is this telling me exactly?

Any help would be appreciated.

Re: How can i fix this error?

Hi,

You may try to un-mount and re-mount the export

Please refer KB Article https://kb.netapp.com/support/index?page=content&id=2011720&locale=en_US

Hope this help!

Thanks,

Deepu

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Re: How can i fix this error?

Thanks for the information but I don't know what was exported.  And is the mounting done on Netapp side or on VM side?

Thanks!

Re: How can i fix this error?

If the Storage system is running in 7 Mode, you will be able to see what is exported in the /etc/exports.

In the Vsphere client under configuration>>storage you will be able to see the mounted exports from the storage system.

Thanks

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Re: How can i fix this error?

 

Hi Guys,

I am getting subject error. We are using all FC luns. No NFS exports. 

Then why i am getting this error message ?

 

A> rdfile /etc/exports
#Auto-generated by setup Mon Nov 14 23:22:22 GMT 2011
A>

 

 Client **** (xid 1013005317) is trying to access an unexported mount (fileid 0, snapid 0, generation 0 and flags 0x0 on volume 0x93b62 [No volume name available])

This FSID belongs to root volume -- 0x93b62

 

 

Please help me to fix this issue.