About inconsistent logical enclosures

A logical enclosure can become inconsistent in the following cases:

  • The enclosure group referenced by the logical enclosure or the logical enclosure configuration script has been modified. For example, a logical interconnect group has been added, modified, or removed from the enclosure group.

  • The logical interconnects are inconsistent with the logical interconnect groups.

  • Any other logical enclosure configuration is inconsistent with the enclosure group.

  • There are extra or missing logical interconnects when compared to the enclosure group's inventory of logical interconnect groups.