That kind of alarm indicates an issue with the CIFS AO process. To investigate this further, you should check the syslog and cifs ao errorlog files. There should be some indication of the failure there.
If you need help with this analysis, please, open a service request with TAC and we'll gladly assist you. If you do, please, collect a sysreport from the WAE (generated with the "WAE# copy sysreport disk " command), that will already contain all the files required to troubleshoot the issue.
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