KMA Server Showed Yellow Tint, Then Turned Red.
(Doc ID 2417028.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 06, 2019
Applies to:Sun StorageTek Crypto Key Management System - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Sun 386i Sun/OS
Sun SPARC Sun OS
A KMA server had a disk drive replaced. When it booted up and ran through the Quick Start Routine the KMA showed up in the KMA List with a yellow tint, as expected.
In the OKM GUI, KMA List this KMA server displayed a yellow tint, a couple minutes later it turned to a Red tint, indicating it was no longer able to communicate with the rest of the cluster.
The KMA was not responding and needed to be rebooted. after the reboot the KMA would not boot back up. The disk drive was bad and was replaced.
The original KMA name was Deleted then Created again in the OKM GUI, KMA list. to reset the KMA ID to all zeros.
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