Where is the report from the
cioctl report command?
The output of the
cioctl report command is in the /var/lib/storidge directory.
Please forward the report to email@example.com with details of the error you are troubleshooting.
Insufficient cluster capacity available to create this vdisk
Error message: "Fail: Add vd: Insufficient cluster capacity available to create this vdisk. Use smaller size"
If you are running a Storidge cluster on virtual servers or VMs, this error comes from a data collection process that creates twenty volumes and runs fio to collect performance data for Storidge's QoS feature.
The Storidge software will normally only run the data collection on physical servers. However the data collection can be started on virtual servers or VMs that are not on the supported list.
Please run the
cioctl report command and forward the report in /var/lib/storidge directory to firstname.lastname@example.org. The report command will collect configuration information and logs including information on the virtual server. When forwarding the report, please make a request to add the virtual server to the supported list.
cio node ls shows node in maintenance mode and missing the node name. How do I recover the node?
This situation is likely a result of a node being cordoned or shutdown for maintenance. Then the cluster was rebooted or power cycled.
Once the cluster is rebooted, the node that was previously in maintenance mode will still stay in maintenance mode. The output of the
cio node ls command may look something like this:
root@u1:~# cio node ls NODENAME IP NODE_ID ROLE STATUS VERSION 192.168.3.95 d12a81bd sds maintenance u3 192.168.3.29 7517e436 backup1 normal V1.0.0-2986 u4 192.168.3.91 91a78c14 backup2 normal V1.0.0-2986 u1 192.168.3.165 a11314f0 storage normal V1.0.0-2986 u5 192.168.3.160 888a7dd3 storage normal V1.0.0-2986
To restore the cordoned node, you can:
Login to the cordoned node and run
cioctl node uncordonto rejoin the node to the cluster
Uncordon the node by running
cioctl node uncordon <IP address>from any node. In the example above, run
cioctl node uncordon 192.168.3.95. The Storidge software does not depend on identifiers that can be changed by users, e.g. hostname.
Reset or power cycle the cordoned node and it will automatically rejoin the cluster after rebooting