Network Storage Protocols Discussions

Volume id or number

storage_india

Hi Team ,

I am getting below error messages.

Sun Jun 23 20:14:29 JST [filername: Gb_Enet-VI/e0d:warning]: Client X.X.X.X (xid 2246074082) is trying to access an unexported mount (fileid 100, snapid 0, generation 13620405 and flags 0x0 on volume 0x13a8934

I do understand this error messages but i am not sure for which volume the errors are coming.  Its mentioned as --> volume 0x13a8934 .

How to de-crypt this ? How to get volume name from ID or Number in messages file.

Regards

Sandeep..

3 REPLIES 3

rsankuru

Hi Sandeep,

You got workaround on this issue??

 

how you fixed this?

 

I am also facing same issue even no nfs exports in my filer..

 

 

Thanks,

Raviteja

 

 

SeanHatfield

In priv set advanced use inodepath:

 

inodepath -f <fsid> <fileid>

 

For example, the OP's sample looked like this:

(fileid 100, snapid 0, generation 13620405 and flags 0x0 on volume 0x13a8934

 

inodepath -f 0x13a8934 100

 

the output should resemble this:

dot824*> inodepath -f 0x8281167d 100
Inode 100 in volume vol0 (fsid 0x8281167d) has 1 name.
Volume UUID is: 6c4cc9f2-aa8b-4545-b1e2-c04e48788d01
[    1] Primary pathname = /vol/vol0/etc/tape_config/sample
dot824*> 
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paul_wolf

That is the NFS fsid for that volume. I know you can get the FSID of a volume by going into 'priv set advanced' and execute a 'vol read_fsid [volname]' but I'm not sure how to do the reverse.

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