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Filesystem metadata size is bigger than User data size

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ONTAP 9

Issue

Filesystem metadata size is bigger than User data size
 
Example:

cluster::> df -h vol_name
Filesystem               total        used      avail    capacity     mounted on           Vserver
/vol/vol_name            500GB        39GB      460GB          8%     /vol_name            SVM1
/vol/vol_name/.snapshot     0B          0B         0B          0%     /vol_name/.snapshot  SVM1

cluster::> vol show-space vol_name

     Vserver: SVM1
     Volume: vol_name

     Feature                          Used      Used%
     -----------------------   -----------   --------
     User Data                      7.44GB         1%
     Filesystem Metadata           29.74GB         6%
     Inodes                         1.68GB         0%
     Performance Metadata          481.1MB         0%
     Total Used                    39.32GB         8%
     Total Physical Used           39.31GB         8%

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