2013-11-14 11:31 PM
I am getting the following error message :
The root volume (/mroot) is dangerously low on space (<10MB). To make space
available, delete old Snapshot copies, delete unneeded files, and/or expand the
root volume's capacity. After enough space is made available, reboot this
controller. If needed, contact support personnel for assistance.
I am getting this warning when I am trying to login to the cluster.
I have deleted all snapshots, nosnap is ON for all volumes, also snapautodelete is ON.
I am getting this error after each 2-3 days. I dont understand why the volume is getting full each time.
Now, this time I have no snap shot for any volume, I dont know what to delete to free the volume.
I tried to increase the aggregate size by adding disks to it so that I can increase volume size, but I am unable to do that because failed to add disk to aggregate.
Could anybody let me know the steps to increase the aggregate size and volume size.
2013-11-17 06:55 AM
Do one of the things it asks you. For example, delete old snapshot copies:
Enter node level -- node run local
snap list vol0
snap delete -a vol0
Repeat these on all nodes which are complaining, and reboot each one.
In the future, think about snapshot autodelete for vol0, or in a non-production environment simply turn off snapshot schedule for vol0 (snap sched vol0 0 0 0)