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How root-data partitioning affects aggregate relocation

If you have a platform model that uses root-data partitioning, also called shared disks, aggregate relocation processing occurs just as with physical (nonshared) disks.

The container disk ownership changes to the destination node during aggregate relocation only if the operation transfers ownership of all partitions on that physical disk to the destination node. This ownership change occurs only with permanent aggregate relocation operations.

Ownership changes that occur during negotiated storage failover takeover or giveback events are temporary.