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Snapmirror resync fails after the destination FlexVol is converted to a FlexGroup

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Following the conversion of a Snapmirrored FlexVol to a FlexGrop, using procedure, Snapmirror Step 5 snapmirror resync fails with error:
cluster1::> snapmirror show -destination-path svm1:vol1 -fields last-transfer-error

Last Transfer Error: A SnapMirror transfer for the relationship with destination FlexGroup "svm1:vol1" was aborted because the source FlexGroup was expanded. A SnapMirror AutoExpand job with id "139143" was created to expand the destination FlexGroup and to trigger a SnapMirror transfer for the SnapMirror relationship. After the SnapMirror transfer is successful, the "healthy" field of the SnapMirror relationship will be set to "true". The job can be monitored using either the "job show -id 139143" or "job history show -id 139143" commands.

cluster1::> job history show -id 139143
Time           Node           Vserver    Name                 Event     Job ID
-------------- -------------- ---------- -------------------- --------- ------
11/28 16:54:09 node1 svm1 Snapmirror Expand Failed  139143
Description: SnapMirror FG Expand vol1
Completion: SnapMirror AutoExpand failed for
relationship with destination FlexGroup
to auto-expand the destination volume as
part of SnapMirror AutoExpand job for
relationship with destination FlexGroup
auto-expand FlexGroup
"svm1:vol1" in Vserver
"svm1" because there is not enough
space on valid aggregates. The maximum
number of constituents that can be added is


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