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Root aggregate is smaller than supported minimum size

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • MetroCluster IP
  • ADP (RD2)

Issue

Upon review, the size of the root aggregate is smaller than the minimum supported size referenced in NetApp Hardware Universe.
 
Example:
 
Configuration:
  • 4 node MetroCluster IP system composed of AFF-A800 nodes
  • 48 X4001S172A1T9NTE drives per site (96 drives total)

The root aggregate minimum size in this configuration is 191,488 MiB (roughly 200GB).

Here we can see that the below root aggregate is far smaller than the supported minimum  size:

Aggregate                         gbytes        used        avail capacity  
ClusterA-01_root                   63.95        60.99        2.96      95%  

 

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