Network and Storage Protocols
we ran into a problem with a CIFS share. The share was accesible all the time, but suddenly it's not. In the event logs I can see this error message: (Nblade.cifsShrConnectFailed: vserverName="SVMName", vserverId="3", errorDescription="No such object", errorCode="2", shareName="Projects", serverIp="xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx", clientIp="xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx")
Till now I Checked the following settings:
- Volume : Is Online- Share: Configured correctly- Access Rights: Looks good (everyone with read/write)- Junction Path: Looks goodI found this KB article (https://kb.netapp.com/Advice_and_Troubleshooting/Data_Storage_Software/ONTAP_OS/Unable_to_access_recently_created_CIFS_shares) with the exact same error message, but the snapmirror is not quiesced, snapmirror is in idle.Any idea where else I could have a look?
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the solution was too easy. Someone had deleted the complete folder from the filer and we had to restore it from a previous version. So your hint was right, but we found out before.
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Normally, if the share path accessed by the cifs client does not exist, the storage will have such a warning.
What does the output below for the affected share look like:
cluster::>file-directory show -vserver <vserver name> -path <share path>
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