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Because my operation mistake,
I add 600GB sas disk to the aggr(aggr0) ceate by 146gb sas disk in fas2020!
and make customer lost some space,
so I want to destory aggr0,and recreate 146gb sas disk aggr!
so I borrow another fas202!
I will snapmirror all vol to another fas2020,
the customer's fas2020 has create some user group and user account!
the customer has three flex volume!
they are vol0,vol1 and vol2!
vol1 and vol2 both has cifs and nfs share!
Because I want to reserve the permission and the account!
so I want to snapmirror all the three volume include the root volume(vol0),
when it finish snapmirror,
I will destroy the customer's fas2020 and recreate the aggr from the 6 146gb sas,
and then snapmirror the three vol from my fas2020 to customer's fas2020!
I want to know：is my way possible?
It's urgency,so please help me!
Thank you very much!
I hope some one save me!
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Yes, that’s possible, exactly as you describe it. If you are going to remove single aggregate on FAS2020, you will need then to reinitialize it and do minimal setup, then after snapmirroring original root volume back mark it as root.
Thanks for your answers,
so you mean that the if the root volume snapmirror back to the original,
it can be boot?
have you ever test before?
Once you snapmirror break, you can mark the volume root with "vol options volname root" then reboot. Short downtime window and that volume comes back as root.
yes to both.
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Thank you both aborzenkov and scoot!
I will try it~