2013-05-13 12:39 AM
Support told me to "free up" the aggregate before they can upgrade the DOT from 8.1 to 8.1.2FP2, because the aggregate is 95% used.
But pls correct me if I'm wrong.
In my opinion, the important thing is the space available in a volume, not aggregate, isn't it?
Aggregate means only the physical disk. And volume is the one used by data and also DOT.
True 95% of aggr0 is assigned to vol0. But any future data including DOT upgrade will be written on the vol0, not the aggregate directly.
So, I believe I don't have to add disk to aggr0? vol0 still has lots of space.
===== DF-A =====
Aggregate kbytes used avail capacity
aggr0 490273272 467923780 22349492 95%
aggr0/.snapshot 25803856 1693144 24110712 7%
aggr1 8334645316 6478846040 1855799276 78%
aggr1/.snapshot 438665540 85778496 352887044 20%
===== DF =====
Filesystem kbytes used avail capacity Mounted on
/vol/vol0/ 372242164 9855328 362386836 3% /vol/vol0/
/vol/vol0/.snapshot 93060540 440448 92620092 0% /vol/vol0/.snapshot
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2013-05-13 07:49 PM
The support engineer replied to me below.
But I don't get it. I think the doc means "amount of space in use by each aggregate" = "amount of space in use by each volume", doesn't it?