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Restarting a reallocation scan

You might need to restart a scan that was previously quiesced or a scheduled scan that is currently idle.

About this task

You might restart a scan for the following reasons:
  • You quiesced the scan by using the reallocate quiesce command, and you want to restart it.
  • You have a scheduled scan that is idle (it is not yet time for it to run again), and you want to run it immediately.

Step

  1. Enter the following command:
    reallocate restart [-i] pathname | aggr_name

    • The -i option ignores the checkpoint and starts the job at the beginning.
    • pathname is the path to the LUN, file, or volume on which you want to restart the reallocation scan.
    • aggr_name is the name of the aggregate on which you want to restart the reallocation scan.

    The command restarts a quiesced scan. If there is a scheduled scan that is idle, the reallocate restart command runs the scan.