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We don´t have available space in our system (FAS2050 ONTAP 7.3.3), but there are space available in vols. We do not understand this situation and gets warnings:
sis.aggregate.full:warning]: Aggregate aggr0 is full Change logging metafile on SIS volumes in the aggregate can not hold any more fingerprint entries.
Filesystem total used avail capacity Mounted on
/vol/vol0/ 9830MB 842MB 8987MB 9% /vol/vol0/
/vol/vol0/.snapshot 2457MB 197MB 2259MB 8% /vol/vol0/.snapshot
/vol/correo/ 819GB 56GB 762GB 7% /vol/correo/
/vol/correo/.snapshot 204GB 27GB 177GB 14% /vol/correo/.snapshot
/vol/unixusers/ 640GB 495GB 144GB 77% /vol/unixusers/
/vol/unixusers/.snapshot 160GB 189MB 159GB 0% /vol/unixusers/.snapshot
Aggregate total used avail capacity
aggr0 1854GB 1854GB 0KB 100%
aggr0/.snapshot 57GB 7415MB 50GB 13%
aggr show_space –h
Total space WAFL reserve Snap reserve Usable space BSR NVLOG A-SIS
2124GB 212GB 57GB 1854GB 0KB 7703MB
Space allocated to volumes in the aggregate
Volume Allocated Used Guarantee
vol0 13GB 1247MB volume
correo 1029GB 95GB volume
unixusers 804GB 496GB volume
Aggregate Allocated Used Avail
Total space 1847GB 593GB 12KB
Snap reserve 57GB 47GB 10142MB
WAFL reserve 212GB 23GB 188GB
See The Solution
The space of the volumes is reserved in the aggregate.
If corrreo and volumes are file shares accessed through CIFS or NFS you could reduce the volume size on the fly through System Manager or FilerView
Another possibility would be to change the space reservation of the volumes to none so that the free space on the volumes is given back to the aggregate.
Don't touch vol0 as it is the DataOntap OS volume.
but the output of "df" is bigger than "aggregate allocated" and the space use in vols does not match the aggregate space usage.
In 7.3.x the ASIS fingerprints for the FlexVols are stored in the aggregate. You're aggr is full so ASIS can no longer update the fingerprint DB.
You can either reduce your FlexVols or my recommendation, remove your aggr snap reserve
snap sched -A aggr0 0 0 0
snap reserve -A aggr0 0
This will free up 57GB and allow ASIS to continue.
Spence thank you for your help
The only way is grow the space? or adding disk to aggr0 or resize vols or space reserve?
Please go to http://now.netapp.com and read the Data ONTAP 7.3.3 manuals.
In the mean time if you want to get ASIS to work and stop warning you then:
If you want to thin provision your FlexVols then:
vol options correo guarantee none
vol options unixusers guarantee none
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thaks for your help