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Aggregate requirements for Infinite Volumes

The aggregates that are used by an Infinite Volume must be 64-bit aggregates. Aggregates should also be larger than 100 TB with a minimum of 1.1 TB of available space. If the Infinite Volume uses storage classes, the aggregates must also meet the requirements of the storage class.

The cluster that an Infinite Volume is in can contain 32-bit aggregates, but the aggregates that are associated with any Infinite Volume must all be 64-bit aggregates.

If an aggregate has less than 1.1 TB of available space, it is not used by the Storage Virtual Machine (SVM) with Infinite Volume.

If the Infinite Volume uses storage classes, aggregates must meet the requirements of the storage class to be used. For example, if the storage class is designated to use aggregates of type SAS, aggregates created for that storage class must consist entirely of SAS disks.