You must understand how aggregates are selected to place the volumes and ports to place the LIFs on the destination SVM in case you want to move the volumes or migrate the LIFs on the destination SVM.
When replicating volumes from the source SVM to the destination SVM, aggregates are selected based on the the following criteria:
Aggregates with more free space and less number of volumes are given priority. The aggregate with the highest priority is selected.
If you want to pre-reserve the size on the destination SVM, you must resize the volume. The volume size does not shrink automatically on the destination SVM based on the source SVM.
If you want to move a volume from one aggregate to another, you can use the volume move command on the destination SVM.
When replicating network configuration LIFs from the source SVM to the destination SVM, ports are selected based on the the following criteria:
Ports that receive a response are considered as candidates for placing LIFs.
If no port receives any response and if a subnet object exists that is configured same as the subnet of the LIF to be placed, then all ports belonging to that subnet are considered as candidates for the port list.
If no port receives any response and there is no subnet object for all the LIF subnets, then all ports belonging to the IPspace are considered as candidates for the port list.
Ports with higher speed have more preference, and therefore LIFs are placed on the higher speed ports.
If you want to move the LIFs from one port to another, you can use the network interface migrate or network interface modify -home-node -home-port command.