I'm new to forum and ONTAP and I've a question.
Were're running on two node ONTAP cluster. From CLI I was able to create aggregates (one per node), root volume, SVM etc., but when it comes to creating SMB share I can only see space of single aggregate and I'm not able to add storage space of another.
Is it possible to create common/shared aggregate for two nodes?
If not, how it's possible to create network share and use space of two aggregates at once?
Thanks & regards!
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can you please clarify additional thing? I've created:
volumeA on nodeA and mounted it under /path
volumeB on nodeB and mounted it under /path/B
I couldn't 've used /root path for volumeB or mount volumeA under /path/A, if it matters.
This share is intended to be a NAS, but currently I cannot use whole capacity, only half of it.
How junction should be used to combine aggregates and share it as a single storage space? If not possible with aggregated and junction, how then?
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