Resolving downed Interface Group on NetApp Cluster-Mode


netapp-cluster1::*>netapp-cluster1::> network int show
            Logical    Status     Network            Current       Current Is
Vserver     Interface  Admin/Oper Address/Mask       Node          Port    Home
----------- ---------- ---------- ------------------ ------------- ------- ----
acai-cluster1
            cluster_mgmt up/up    192.168.2.77/24    acai-cluster1-02
                                                                   a0a     true
acai-cluster1-01
            SM_lif       up/up    192.168.2.141/19   acai-cluster1-01
                                                                   a0a     true
            clus1        up/up    169.254.10.11/16   acai-cluster1-01
                                                                   e1a     true
            clus2        up/up    169.254.10.12/16   acai-cluster1-01
                                                                   e1b     true
netapp-cluster1::*> network port show
Auto-Negot  Duplex     Speed (Mbps)
Node   Port   Role         Link   MTU Admin/Oper  Admin/Oper Admin/Oper
------ ------ ------------ ---- ----- ----------- ---------- ------------
netapp-cluster1-01
a0a    data         down  1500  true/-     auto/-      auto/-
e0a    data         up    1500  true/true  full/full   auto/1000
e0b    data         up    1500  true/true  full/full   auto/1000
e0c    data         up    1500  true/true  full/full   auto/100
e0d    data         up    1500  true/true  full/full   auto/1000

2. If you have a LIF that should be on that node; do the following:
The purpose is to let another node within the cluster to be the home-node for the data and mgmt while you up and down the interface group

netapp-cluster1::*> net int modify -vserver vs_StorageVNode11  -lif vs_StorageVNode11_data1 -home-node netapp-cluster1-02 -home-port a0a
netapp-cluster1::*> net int modify -vserver vs_StorageVNode11  -lif vs_StorageVNode11_mgmt1 -home-node netapp-cluster1-02 -home-port a0a
net int revert *

3. Remove the Interface Group from the -port e0c and down and up the e0c port

netapp-cluster1::*> ifgrp remove-port -node netapp-cluster1-01 -ifgrp a0a -port e0c
netapp-cluster1::*> net port modify -node netapp-cluster1-01 -port e0c -up-admin false
netapp-cluster1::*> net port modify -node netapp-cluster1-01 -port e0c -up-admin true
netapp-cluster1::*> net port show -node netapp-cluster1-01 -port a0a,e0c

Once If e0c shows up and at auto/1000, add the interface and return the interface group back to netap-cluster-01

netapp-cluster1::*> ifgrp add-port -node netapp-cluster1-01 -ifgrp a0a -port e0c
netapp-cluster1::*> net port show -node netapp-cluster1-01 -port a0a
netapp-cluster1::*> net int modify -vserver vs_StorageVNode11 -lif vs_StorageVNode11_data1 -home-node netapp-cluster1-01 -home-port a0a
netapp-cluster1::*> net int modify -vserver vs_StorageVNode11 -lif vs_StorageVNode11_mgmt1 -home-node netapp-cluster1-01 -home-port a0a
netapp-cluster1::*> net int revert *
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