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Class: Aws::StorageGateway::Types::StorageGatewayError

Inherits:
Struct
  • Object
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Overview

Provides additional information about an error that was returned by the service as an or. See the errorCode and errorDetails members for more information about the error.

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Instance Attribute Details

#error_codeString

Additional information about the error.

Possible values:

  • ActivationKeyExpired
  • ActivationKeyInvalid
  • ActivationKeyNotFound
  • GatewayInternalError
  • GatewayNotConnected
  • GatewayNotFound
  • GatewayProxyNetworkConnectionBusy
  • AuthenticationFailure
  • BandwidthThrottleScheduleNotFound
  • Blocked
  • CannotExportSnapshot
  • ChapCredentialNotFound
  • DiskAlreadyAllocated
  • DiskDoesNotExist
  • DiskSizeGreaterThanVolumeMaxSize
  • DiskSizeLessThanVolumeSize
  • DiskSizeNotGigAligned
  • DuplicateCertificateInfo
  • DuplicateSchedule
  • EndpointNotFound
  • IAMNotSupported
  • InitiatorInvalid
  • InitiatorNotFound
  • InternalError
  • InvalidGateway
  • InvalidEndpoint
  • InvalidParameters
  • InvalidSchedule
  • LocalStorageLimitExceeded
  • LunAlreadyAllocated
  • LunInvalid
  • MaximumContentLengthExceeded
  • MaximumTapeCartridgeCountExceeded
  • MaximumVolumeCountExceeded
  • NetworkConfigurationChanged
  • NoDisksAvailable
  • NotImplemented
  • NotSupported
  • OperationAborted
  • OutdatedGateway
  • ParametersNotImplemented
  • RegionInvalid
  • RequestTimeout
  • ServiceUnavailable
  • SnapshotDeleted
  • SnapshotIdInvalid
  • SnapshotInProgress
  • SnapshotNotFound
  • SnapshotScheduleNotFound
  • StagingAreaFull
  • StorageFailure
  • TapeCartridgeNotFound
  • TargetAlreadyExists
  • TargetInvalid
  • TargetNotFound
  • UnauthorizedOperation
  • VolumeAlreadyExists
  • VolumeIdInvalid
  • VolumeInUse
  • VolumeNotFound
  • VolumeNotReady

Returns:

  • (String)

    Additional information about the error.

#error_detailsHash<String,String>

Human-readable text that provides detail about the error that occurred.

Returns:

  • (Hash<String,String>)

    Human-readable text that provides detail about the error that occurred.