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Migration of a node's root volume/aggregate onto new disks fails due to internal error

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Applies to

ONTAP 9

Issue

  • Migration of a node's root volume/aggregate onto new disks fails due to an internal error.
Example1:
 
Wed Jan 05 10:46:28 +0800 [Node_name: mgwd: migrate.root.failed:error]: Root aggregate migration failed on node Node_name. Reason: Internal error. Failed to offline the volume "vol0". Reason: ..
Wed Jan 05 10:46:28 +0800 [Node_name: mgwd: mgmtgwd.jobmgr.jobcomplete.failure:info]: Job "Migrate root aggregate" [id 4315] (Root aggregate migration job for node Node_name) completed unsuccessfully: Internal error. Failed to offline the volume "vol0". Reason: . (1).

Example2:

Execution Progress: Complete: Internal error. Failed to verify the new root aggregate status.

Example 3:

Execution Progress: Complete: Internal error. Failed to copy contents from old root to new root volume.

  • The new root aggregate is created successfully and the node is healthy, but the root migration job cannot be resumed.
  • Attempting to resume the migration job fails with:

Internal error. Failed to verify the new root aggregate status.


 

 

 

 

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