When you use a Windows ECS to create a full-ECS image, the ECS cannot have a spanned volume. Otherwise, data may be lost when you create ECSs using the full-ECS image.
If the ECS has a spanned volume, you must back up the data in the spanned volume and then delete this volume from the ECS. Use the ECS to create a full-ECS image. Use the full-ECS image to create an ECS. You can also use the backup to create a spanned volume if necessary.
If a Linux ECS has a volume group or a logical volume consisting of multiple physical volumes, back up the data in the volume group or logical volume and delete the volume group or logical volume before creating a full-ECS image using this ECS to prevent data loss.