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HUAWEI CLOUD Stack 6.5.0 Alarm and Event Reference 04

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1060044 Failed to Extend the Validity Period of an EVS disk

1060044 Failed to Extend the Validity Period of an EVS disk

Description

Failed to extend the validity period of an EVS disk.

Attribute

ID

Alarm Severity

Auto Clear

1060044

Minor

No

Parameters

Parameter

Description

ID

Indicates the event ID.

Object Type

Indicates the event type.

Generated At

Indicates the last time the event was generated.

Fault Location Info

TenantID

Indicates the ID of the tenant who is performing an operation when the event is generated.

VolumeID

Indicates the ID of the EVS disk for which the event is generated.

JobID

Indicates the ID of the task for which the event is generated.

Additional Info

Service

Indicates the service name.

MicroService

Indicates the microservice name.

Operation

Indicates the operation name.

ErrorPhase

Indicates the error phase.

ErrorMessage

Indicates the error message.

Impact on the System

None

Possible Causes

An exception occurs when the system sends a request to update the disk metadata to FusionSphere OpenStack Cinder.

Procedure

  1. Log in to ManageOne Maintenance Portal using a browser.

    • The login address is https://Address for accessing ManageOne Maintenance Portal:31943, for example, https://oc.type.com:31943.
    • Default username: admin; default password: Huawei12#$

  2. In the navigation tree, choose Alarms > Event Logs. Click Filter to filter the event based on the event name.
  3. Query the following alarm information:

    • Fault Location Info (including VolumeID, TenantID, and JobID)
    • Additional Info
    • Generated At

  4. If a joint locating with other components is required and the alarm information does not provide information for locating faults occurred on other components, obtain the location information from the log. If no, skip this step.

    1. Use PuTTY to log in to the CPT-SRV01 node using the IP address corresponding to the CPT-SRV01 field (searching in the parameter summary file xxx_export_all_EN.xlsm), and log in to the CPT-SRV02 node using the IP address corresponding to the CPT-SRV02 field (searching in the parameter summary file xxx_export_all_EN.xlsm).

      Default account: apicom; default password: Huawei12#$

    2. Run the following command and enter the password of user root to switch to user root:

      The default password of user root is Cloud12#$.

      sudo su root

    3. Run the following command to switch to the directory containing EVS disk logs:

      cd /var/log/apicom/taskmgr/dbs

    4. Run the following command to query all logs relating to the task based on JobID:

      grep -n "jobId" * | less

    5. If the obtained log information is too much for viewing, use query composition to query precise information.
      • An example is provided to query the metadata update:

        grep -n "jobId" * | grep "update volume\[disk ID\] metadata, new metadata is" | less

      • An example is provided to query the log information of one specific minute:

        grep -n "jobId" * | grep "2018-04-10 12:07" | less

  5. Query Additional Info. If Operation is delayVolume, it indicates that the EVS disk validity period fails to be extended. The ErrorPhase information is

    Failed to Delay an EVS Disk. Go to 6.

  6. Locate the fault by referring to Troubleshooting Guide for Typical Cinder Problems and Provide the disk ID and last occurrence time you have obtained to the FusionSphere OpenStack Cinder O&M personnel to locate and rectify the fault.
  7. After the problem is resolved, extend the EVS disk validity period again.

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Updated: 2019-08-30

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