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unknown object type, inaccessible, Degraded object

Hello, help me please

I have big problem with my VM on vSAN

One of my vms reports a problem. I have attached screenshots. Is there any way to fix this without data loss or with partial loss?

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problem object=c9c8fe60-f035-8dc4-41d4-38d547b03581

owner=597d07eb-09bc-7b19-3714-001b2162ec4b(Health: Healthy) uuid=c9c8fe60-f035-8dc4-41d4-38d547b03581 type=CONFIG_STATUS rev=16 minHostVer=3
[content = (("state" i45) ("CSN" l344) ("SCSN" l363))], errorStr=(null)

root@noda4:~] /usr/lib/vmware/osfs/bin/objtool getAttr -u c9c8fe60-f035-8dc4-41d4-38d547b03581
Failed to get object attributes : Input/output error 327684.

[root@noda4:~] cmmds-tool find -f json -u c9c8fe60-f035-8dc4-41d4-38d547b03581
{
"entries":
[
{
"uuid": "c9c8fe60-f035-8dc4-41d4-38d547b03581",
"owner": "597d07eb-09bc-7b19-3714-001b2162ec4b",
"health": "Healthy",
"revision": "19",
"type": "DOM_OBJECT",
"flag": "2",
"minHostVersion": "3",
"md5sum": "b87f4bf99dbfa9a1b6a7a4855fcee5e2",
"valueLen": "2304",
"content": {"type": "Configuration", "attributes": {"CSN": 344, "SCSN": 363, "addressSpace": 107374182400, "scrubStartTime": 1666570505387027, "objectVersion": 10, "highestDiskVersion": 10, "muxGroup": 646428584123136, "flags": 1, "groupUuid": "c7c8fe60-fa1b-1f0e-199a-38d547b03581", "raidFact": 300, "compositeUuid": "c9c8fe60-f035-8dc4-41d4-38d547b03581"}, "child-1": {"type": "RAID_1", "attributes": {"pointFixTargets": [4294901762, 4294967295, 65535], "scope": 3}, "child-1": {"type": "Component", "attributes": {"capacity": [0, 107374182400], "addressSpace": 107374182400, "componentState": 9, "componentStateTS": 1680892514, "transient": 1, "faultDomainId": "59b3d368-ab9f-620b-a746-f832e4724aa7", "flags": 327680, "lastScrubbedOffset": 42846650368, "subFaultDomainId": "59b3d368-ab9f-620b-a746-f832e4724aa7"}, "componentUuid": "0cf56863-0cd2-04e1-d01a-ac1f6b11710e", "diskUuid": "5227fb64-d625-0ed9-4eef-86ea169da9d7"}, "child-2": {"type": "Component", "attributes": {"capacity": [107143495680, 107374182400], "addressSpace": 107374182400, "componentState": 6, "componentStateTS": 1680935769, "staleLsn": 18446744073709551615, "faultDomainId": "59977b6c-5cfe-1b55-8013-38d547b03581", "flags": 65536, "nVotes": 2, "subFaultDomainId": "59977b6c-5cfe-1b55-8013-38d547b03581", "rLsn": 18446744073709551614}, "componentUuid": "608e2e64-2025-0e6b-f8e8-ac1f6b447ea4", "diskUuid": "5262ff87-fb4d-9f67-eace-2967f519080a"}, "child-3": {"type": "Component", "attributes": {"capacity": [107143495680, 107374182400], "addressSpace": 107374182400, "componentState": 6, "componentStateTS": 1680934203, "staleLsn": 18446744073709551615, "faultDomainId": "59b3d368-ab9f-620b-a746-f832e4724aa7", "flags": 65536, "nVotes": 2, "subFaultDomainId": "59b3d368-ab9f-620b-a746-f832e4724aa7", "rLsn": 18446744073709551614}, "componentUuid": "36d52f64-e2f9-5d80-12ef-ac1f6b11710e", "diskUuid": "5227fb64-d625-0ed9-4eef-86ea169da9d7"}}, "child-2": {"type": "Witness", "attributes": {"componentState": 5, "componentStateTS": 1680856374, "isWitness": 1, "faultDomainId": "597d07eb-09bc-7b19-3714-001b2162ec4b", "nVotes": 2, "subFaultDomainId": "597d07eb-09bc-7b19-3714-001b2162ec4b"}, "componentUuid": "36d52f64-0a2e-6180-64a6-ac1f6b11710e", "diskUuid": "52475c21-2d12-5566-d831-6221ba95ea12"}},
"errorStr": "(null)"
}
,{
"uuid": "c9c8fe60-f035-8dc4-41d4-38d547b03581",
"owner": "597d07eb-09bc-7b19-3714-001b2162ec4b",
"health": "Healthy",
"revision": "16",
"type": "CONFIG_STATUS",
"flag": "2",
"minHostVersion": "3",
"md5sum": "378938463897daa20ab2aee98ecf5bda",
"valueLen": "96",
"content": {"state": 45, "CSN": 344, "SCSN": 363},
"errorStr": "(null)"
}
]

 

 

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Apparently no one knows how to solve the problem, and probably the vSan technology is not yet able to go beyond the test lab

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Apparently no one knows how to solve the problem, and probably the vSan technology is not yet able to go beyond the test lab

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