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db2068 is misbehaving (but is depooled)
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We got alerts for db2068 from nagios being unable to contact it, but according to dbctl though reports it as depooled. I tried to login to the host, but I got a key verification alert.

db2068 is a depooled s7 replica

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jijiki created this task.Oct 13 2019, 6:57 AM
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This host had a storage crash sometime ago T180927 and it looks like it had another one:

Logs from the 13th.

description=An Unrecoverable System Error (NMI) has occurred (iLO application watchdog timeout NMI, Service Information: 0x0000002B, 0x00000000)
description=POST Error: 1789-Slot X Drive Array Disk Drive(s) Not Responding. Check cables or replace the problematic drive(s).
description=ASR Detected by System ROM

The reason why the key verification alerts started is because apparently it has started on PXE and it is trying to get itself re-imaged (which is failing as this host isn't on the allowed hosts to get re-imaged).
This host will be decommissioned today, it is clearly broken

Marostegui closed this task as Resolved.Oct 14 2019, 7:17 AM
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Resolving this as the host has been labelled as broken and sent to DC-Ops for decommissioning T235399