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we have a problem with the PowerShell Kit and Session IDs for CIFS.
We are running PowerShell Kit 18.104.22.1686 and OnTAP Version 9.12.1P3
We have a two node cluster and one SVM running on Node A have the problem when the corresponding LIF is also on Node A.
When we try to run the cmdlet "Get-NcCifsSessionFile -Vserver xxx" we encounter an error, that the Session ID is out of range from INT64.
When we move the LIF of the SVM to Node B, there is no error anymore.
Back to Node A, the Session ID is again greater than INT64.
On the OnTAP CLI the session ID can be checked with:
vserver cifs session show
Does anyone knows about that behaviour or has a solution?
Maybe it is possible to decrease the range for CIFS session ids?
Found the same error in this thread:
Powershell Close-NcCifsSessionFile not accepting value from Get-NcCifsSessionFile - NetApp Community
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