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Starting a one-time reallocation scan

You can perform a one-time reallocation scan on a LUN, a file, a volume, or an aggregate. This type of scan is useful if you do not want to schedule regular scans for a particular LUN, file, volume, or aggregate.

Step

  1. Enter one of the following commands:
    To perform a one-time reallocation scan on... Enter...
    A LUN, file, or volume
    reallocate start -o -n pathname
    An aggregate
    reallocate start -A -o aggr_name

    • -o performs the scan only once.
    • -n performs the scan without checking the layout of the LUN, file, or volume.

    Example

    The following command syntax initiates a one-time reallocation scan on the my_aggr aggregate:

    reallocate start -A -o my_aggr