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Newly added node's root aggregate size is differ than existing root aggregate even if same configuration node is added

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Applies to

ONTAP 9

Issue

  • When adding an HA pair to an existing cluster, the newly added node's root aggregate size is different from the existing node's root aggregate size. 
  • Newly added nodes are the same model as the exisiting nodes and they have the same size and number of disks.

Exmaple:

Aggregate     Size Available Used% State   #Vols  Nodes     RAID Status
--------- -------- --------- ----- ------- ------ ---------------- ------------
node01_root_aggr0 368.4GB 17.86GB 95% online 1 node01   raid_dp normal
node02_root_aggr0 368.4GB 17.86GB 95% online 1 node02   raid_dp normal
node03_root_aggr0 387.8GB 37.24GB 90% online 1 node03   raid_dp normal
node04_root_aggr0 387.8GB 37.24GB 90% online 1 node04   raid_dp normal

 

 

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