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Astra Trident is unable to resize a volume due to failed Qtree quota

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Applies to

  • NetApp Astra Trident
  • NetApp ONTAP Select


Persistent Volume Claim (PVC) cannot be resized with error:

level=error msg="Qtree quota update failed." error="error adding qtree quota: [PATCH /storage/quota/rules/{uuid}][400] quota_rule_modify default &{Error:0xc000f885a0}" requestID=6fd6588c-5377-4694-874c-ce128c35ef14 requestSource=CSI
level=error msg="Unable to resize the volume." backendUUID=be888382-9a45-40ac-a461-8d40eacb16d5 current_size=10737418240 error="storage driver failed to resize the volume" new_size=21474836480 requestID=6fd6588c-5377-4694-874c-ce128c35ef14 requestSource=CSI volume=<PVC_volume_ID> volume_internal=<PVC_volume_ID>
level=error msg="Could not resize volume." error="unable to resize the volume: storage driver failed to resize the volume" requestID=6fd6588c-5377-4694-874c-ce128c35ef14 requestSource=CSI requestedCapacity=21474836480 volumeId=<PVC_volume_ID>


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