Move volumes from one aggregate to another

We had recently purchased a new shelf for our filer. I created a new aggregate on this filer as it is a SATA shelf, and would like to know the commands to move volumes over to this aggregate. Some of these volumes have a snapmirror relationship and OSSV, as well as CIFS shares used in our domain.

I have already looked at however this provided no input on what I am trying to do.

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>I have already looked at however this provided no input on what I am trying to do.

why not ?
vol copy start [ -S | -s snapshot  ] sourcevol destinationvol


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Paul SolovyovskySenior IT AdvisorCommented:
Have you tried flexclone and lun splitting to so that your old volumes are still there until you're ready to cutover.  Then re-establish snapmirror.
fluk3dAuthor Commented:
Can you elaborate on the flexclone and lun splitting.. what I essentially tested in a dummy environment was setting up a snapmirror relationship to the other agg and that seemed to work however the share permissions don't get carried over but the ntfs permissions remain. This could be annoying to have to re-establish all the share permissions.
The share permissions won't as you will be creating a new share.
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