If you assign one or more aggregates to a Vserver, then you can use only those aggregates to contain volumes for that Vserver. Assigning aggregates to your Vservers is particularly important in a multi-tenancy environment or when you use Infinite Volumes.
Assigning aggregates to your Vservers helps you keep your Vservers isolated from each other; this is especially important in a multi-tenancy environment. If you use Infinite Volumes, or plan to use them in the future, you must assign aggregates to your Vservers to keep your Infinite Volumes from impacting each other and any FlexVol volumes on your cluster.
The aggregates currently assigned to the Vserver are displayed. If there are no aggregates assigned, "-" is displayed.
To assign more than one aggregate to the Vserver, list all of the aggregate names separated by commas.
The aggregates you specified are assigned to the Vserver. If the Vserver already has volumes contained by aggregates that are not assigned to the Vserver, a warning is displayed, but the command succeeds.
In the following example, the aggregates aggr1 and aggr2 are assigned to Vserver vs1: