volrecover - Recover plexes and volumes after disk replacement
/sbin/volrecover [-g diskgroup] [-sb] [-o options] [volume|medianame...]
The volrecover program performs plex attach operations for stale plexes residing on the named disks. If no medianame or volume operands are specified, then the operation applies to all plexes. If -s is specified, then disabled volumes on the given disks will be started.
Plex attach operations and volume start operations will be started in an order that prevents two concurrent operations from involving the same disk. Operations that involve unrelated disks may run in parallel.
Options that can be specified to volrecover are: Start disabled volumes involving the selected disks. Volumes will be started before any plexes are attached. Start recovery processes in the background. Limit operation of the command to the given disk group, as specified by disk group ID or disk group name. If no medianame operands are given, then all disks in this disk group will be recovered; otherwise, the medianame operands will be evaluated relative to the given disk group.
If -s is not specified, then volumes that could be started will result in the following output:
start diskgroupvolume usage_type flag
In this output, diskgroup and volume identify the disk group and name of the volume, and flag is one or more of the following: One or more plexes associated with the volume has the kdetach state flag set. One or more plexes associated with the volume has the stale state flag set. None of the plexes associated has either of the above flags set.
Plexes that have the
flag set will be ignored for determining the appropriate
word to print.
volintro(8), volplex(8), volume(8)