2013-10-17 05:58 AM
You should not be using OCSM 2.0 at this time - the minimum version that you should use is 2.0R1. I recommend upgrading to 2.2 or 3.0 if your version of ONTAP is supported by those releases.
You can find the aggregate upgrade instructions on page 134 of the OnCommand System Manager 2.2 Help For 7-Mode For Use with Data ONTAP:
2013-10-17 06:02 AM
Unfortunately there is no way to do that, you must add > 16TB worth of disks in the aggregate and it will convert automatically.
The only useful case for a manual conversion though, is if your aggregate is a snapmirror destination from a 64bit aggregate using pre 8.1 version of Data ONTAP.
2013-10-17 06:25 AM
Yes, OCSM 2.1 behaves the same in this regard. The steps in the 2.1 guide start on page 131:
As Yann pointed out though you must add disks to the aggregate above 16Tb to trigger the conversion in OCSM - there is no way to simply upgrade in-palce.
You can refer to TR-3978 "In-Place Expansion of 32-Bit Aggregates to 64-Bit Overview and Best Practices" for additional information on performing an in-place upgrade not using OCSM.
2013-10-17 07:01 AM
It appears that the docs were not updated to reflect a change in OCSM for adding disks to an aggregate - I will submit a documentation change to update those steps.
Use the "Edit" button on the Aggregate page and then find the "Disks to Add" field in the pop up to add disks to an aggregate, then click "Save and Close".