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Aggregate Not Showing VSC

aimp
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Hi All

I have an issue with NetApp VSC.

I have 2 aggregates created on different nodes within a 2 node cluster. I have assigned both aggregates to my desired SVM using the command;

vserver add-aggregates -vserver svmname -aggregates aggr1,aggr2

I then check that the aggr is added to the SVM using;

vserver show-aggregates -vserver svmname


when running the VSC wizard to provision the datastore I can select a SVM but can only see one of my aggregates (cluster node 1) but cannot see the aggregate on cluster node 2 in the VSC console despite confirming the aggregate is part of the SVM.

I have also rediscovered all.

The only difference is the aggregates are on different nodes and one is all FAS disks and the other all SAS disks.

Note if I create vvol datastore I can see my SAS aggregate as an option. Perhaps traditional datastores can only be created using FAS aggregates?

just wondering if anyone has an ideas?

Thank you



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AlexDawson
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Hi there! This is probably something that our support team would be better to deal with, as it may require interactive troubleshooting. The behaviour you are seeing is not due to a programatic limitation or difference between AFF and FAS.

 

NetApp's support contact details are available on the web at https://www.netapp.com/company/contact-us/support/

 

Hope this helps!

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AlexDawson
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Hi there! This is probably something that our support team would be better to deal with, as it may require interactive troubleshooting. The behaviour you are seeing is not due to a programatic limitation or difference between AFF and FAS.

 

NetApp's support contact details are available on the web at https://www.netapp.com/company/contact-us/support/

 

Hope this helps!

thomp
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Hello aimp,

 

did you come to a solution with netapp customer support?
I'm facing the same issue.

 

Thanks!

 

aimp
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Hi

No NetApp support did not manage to help but I did find the problem.

On my second node I didn't create a VLAN interface / associated LIF in the vCentre management range. Once I did the aggregate was picked up by the VCSA.

Thanks

 

Azhar

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