2010-12-16 11:20 PM
On a FAS2020 I get a warning after using the command vol copy.
I first created a volume vol_iso_01 and try to copy from vol_iso to vol_iso_01 but forgot to offline the vol_iso_01. Since now I get evey hour this warning message
NETAPP2: Gb_Enet/e0a:warning]: Client 0.0.0.0 (xid 400398858) is trying to access an unexported mount (fileid 64, snapid 0, generation 11868176 and flags 0x0 on volume 0x22754fe [No volume name available])
I show all the VMs and no one is accessing this new volume
Any help you could provide would be appreciated!
2011-01-28 01:07 AM
Apparently the new volume has been assigned a new file system identifier (FSID).
Hosts that were previously mounted to the same data on the old head continue to access the data using the old FSID.
Un-mount and re-mount the export so that the new FSID is recognized.
2011-01-30 11:50 PM
Thanks for the answer. This help me. After reviewed all the ESX and VM, I found one ESX without any VM but with the old export name.
Thanks a lot.
2011-08-04 05:11 AM
We traced the problem you reported to bug 348245. There is no workaround. However, the messages do not impact the filer; they just fill the message log. According to the bug report, the problem is corrected in ONTAP 7.3.3P3.
The problem description is below.
This message will be displayed when a client comes with a file handle which no longer exists or the path related to the handle has been unexported. Because of a bug in Data ONTAP, 0.0.0.0 is displayed
You can stop the console messages using this procedure :
Create the etc/syslog.conf file
Add in the following entry:
This will sent all syslog events to the /etc/messages
By default,the syslog daemon reads the file every 30 seconds. To force the reread, type syslog reset_syslog