Atlantis USX – License Capacity Violation


After rebooting a host running Atlantis USX, the appliance failed on boot up and mounting its configured volumes.  After working with Atlantis support (who were very efficient) it appears its a known issue with this version of USX, version 2.2.2.37.  The error reported is “Error – License Capacity Violation” although there were licenses available it would prevent the appliance mounting its volumes.  The bootstrap file needs to be replaced with a later version that ignores this error and continues to boot.  If you have this problem contact Atlantis support but here is the steps on how it was fixed.

Error reported.

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Available license capacity.

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Talk to Atlantis and they will provide a later boootstrap.py file.

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Use WinSCP to upload the new bootstrap.py file to /opt/milio/atlas

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Backup the original bootstrap.pyc file, either copy off from WinSCP or connect to the appliance via SSH and run the below.  Log in as poweruser.

>cp bootstrap.pyc{,.bak}

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Once backed up compile the new bootstrap file, still logged in via SSH run the below.

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Once complete reboot the appliance and now it should boot full and present the volumes to your host.  The volume will appear as online and healthy

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