I am being tasked with migrating about 20 volumes from existing 32-bit aggregates to 64-bit aggregates, and as I understand it, cannot use NMC in any capacity whether it be migration / protection manager, or secondary space manager due to the transition from 32-bit to 64-bit. Anyways, I am looking for the best way to use the Powershell toolkit to create qtrees on the source, create the target volume, and initialize the snapmirror relationship. I have found one doc-
I'm running NetApp Release 8.0.3RC1 7-Mode, and have snapmirror licenses. I have DFM, and NMC / Protection Manager. What I don't have are pre-existing qtrees on any of my source volumes. I have created the 64-bit aggr, and am just looking for the easiest way to migrate my cifs volumes in the most seamless way possible. Since I am not running 8.1, my understanding is I cannot use VSM, but only QSM. From what Colin says, the default qtree syntax is /vol/volume_1/- so I am going to try that.