Isilon:Top Services Topics

This document contains the list of Top Services Topics for Isilon, identified by EMC Support as the most trending topics for the month of January 2020:


It is recommended that you also check for important information such as advisories (ETAs, ESAs), and other key resources on the Support by Product pages on the EMC Online Support portal.


Isilon OneFS 8.x - OneFS Generates Event "Internal network link int-a (ib1) down"

OneFS generates the event "Internal network link int-a (xyz) down".



{ISILON} Sysctl Security Change Can Affect Performance On Degraded Networks 8.1.0+

A security fix for FreeBSD was presented in CVE-2018-6922.



Isilon: Downloading OneFS 8.2.x

Thank you for your interest in OneFS. To provide a consistent and positive upgrade experience,



Isilon [OneFS 8.1.X.X] Resolved: The write-cache for the drive in the following location is enabled. OneFS disabled the write-cache to comply with recommended drive settings.

The customer will see the below alert, or something similar, in Resolved state, and may be wondering what caused the issue and whether a drive has gone bad.



Isilon: Patch status show as AdHoc

An upgrade rollback occurred and failed to complete



Isilon The DomainTag job may result in a multiple nodes panic

The DomainTag job may cause nodes to panic reboot with either of the following Stack Assertion failures in the logs:



{ISILON} CRITICAL: Healthcheck Daemon (isi_healthcheck) is not enabled and will need to be enabled to run any health checks via isi healthcheck commands

Customer sees the below CRITICAL alert during Health Checks



{ISILON} Onefs: Performance degradation after upgrade to 8.2 due to 32 work item limit in the new SMB scheduler

Performance to the Isilon may be degraded or appear temporarily unresponsive after upgrading to OneFS 8.2.



Isilon: Node firmware upgrade fails on CFFPS

During a node firmware upgrade, the CFFPS firmware update encounters an error. 



Isilon SSD Drive in NONE status

If an SSD drive reports in NONE state it would mean that the drive has not been given purpose (either storage or L3 cache)


 

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