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Convert volume to FlexGroup failed due to Volume config database read failed (entry doesn't exist)

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9.x
  • FlexGroup

Issue

During converting a volume to FlexGroup, reports error:

::>volume conversion start -volume TEST -check-only true
Error: command failed: Cannot convert volume "TEST" in Vserver "NetApp" to a FlexGroup because one or more errors occured checking the volume. Reasons:
* Conversion failed with reason Volume config database read failed (entry doesn't exist).

In vol converson validation show shows volume-snapmirror-dstconvert-check error:

::*>volume conversion validation show -volume TEST -vserver NetApp
Vserver : NetApp
Volume  : TEST
Precheck                                          Status
------------------------------------------------  ------------
volume-snapmirror-nosnap                          supported
volume-snapmirror-bre                             supported
volume-snapmirror-storage-efficiency              supported
volume-snapmirror-fvSource                        supported
volume-snapmirror-LTR                             supported
volume-snapmirror-VserverDR                       supported
volume-snapmirror                                 supported
volume-snapmirror-broken                          supported
volume-snapmirror-fanout                          supported
volume-snapmirror-dstconvert-check                error
  Reason : Conversion failed with reason Volume config database read failed    
           (entry doesn't exist)

volume-reallocation-schedule                      supported
volume-nvme-namespace                             supported
volume-statistics                                 supported
volume-space-slo                                  supported
volume-snapmirror-sync                            supported
application-volume                                supported
volume-v4-inode                                   supported
    ...

 

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