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What could cause an SVM root volume to go full?

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  • ONTAP 9

Answer

Can be caused by a previously renamed volume still being present in the svm root (with the original name) in which data is still being written to.
This volume is not junctioned/mounted into the svm root, but access via NAS protocols could still be possible.

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