my Cluster don't start up.
************************* SYSTEM MESSAGES *************************
Internal error: Cannot open corrupt replicated database. Automatic recoveryattempt has failed or is disabled. Check the event logs for details. This nodeis not fully operational.
vifmgr Database seem to be broken.
Is the any option to repair ist?
When i change to 7-Mode shell on the Node i can see all data-volumes are ok.
The Cluster is a Single-Node System. Another options is to reinstall the Cluster and bring back the volumes later.
When i start cluster setup and configure it, after finih the error will be the same.
Running Ontap 9.6P5
See The Solution
halt the node to get to the LOADERA>
run: "unsetenv bootarg.init.boot_recovery"
and then "boot_ontap"
LOADER-A> unsetenv bootarg.init.boot_recoveryCould not delete environment variable 'bootarg.init.boot_recovery': Environment variable not foundEnvironment variable not found (errcode=-9)
i have read in a other forum that this option is not longer supportet in 9.6
let me do some additional looking.
Nothing else I can find, and i've checked with a few others. I'd open a case asap if you haven't already.
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Thanks for your Support.
Not sure if this is fixed or not, In 9.6 we have a command to verify and fix this from cluster shell
system configuration recovery node mroot-state show << This will show the state of RDB
based on the output you can use the clear command to fix that .
What's the clear command? I don't see it in the command
labcluster::*> system configuration recovery node mroot-state ?show *Show mroot recovery state
::> system configuration recovery node mroot-state clear -recovery-state
Options for recovery-state are 'all|wafl|rdb'
The command will only available when there is an issue .
Cool, thank you for the info.
Thank you , shuklas 🙂
I tried these steps and the problem is solved.
::> set -priv diag
::*> system configuration recovery node mroot-state clear -recovery-state rdb
very useful command
issue resolved with below command
set -priv diag
system configuration recovery node mroot-state showsystem configuration recovery node mroot-state clear all