rearch - Marks archive entries to be rearchived
rearch [-f] [-M] [-o] -m media -v vsn filename ...
rearch [-f] [-M] [-o] -c n filename ...
rearch [-f] [-M] [-o] -m media -v vsn -r dirname [filename
rearch [-f] [-M] [-o] -c n -r dirname [filename ...]
The rearch command marks archive entries for one or more
files or directories to be rearchived. You must specify
either a copy number or both a media type and a VSN number.
In addition, you must specify either a file name or both a
directory name and a file name.
This command accepts the following options:
-c n Specifies the archive copy number. If one or more
-c n options are specified, only those archive
copies (1 to 4) are marked. The default is all
-f Suppresses errors.
-M Rearchives metadata only. This includes
directories, the segment index, and removable
media files. Regular files and symbolic links are
-m media Specifies the media type. If specified, archive
copies on the specified media are marked. For
more information on media types, see the mcf(4)
-o Requires the file to be online before its archive
entry is deleted. If the file is offline, the
command stages the file onto disk before deleting
-v vsn Marks archive copies on VSN vsn for rearchiving.
This option must be specified in conjunction with
the -m media option.
Recursively rearchives the archive entries of the
specified dirname and its subdirectories. The
rearch flag for archive entries of files in the
directories and subdirectories is set. If no -r
dirname option is specified, at least one filename
must be specified.
Specifies one or more files for rearchiving. If
you are using the first form of the command,
either a filename or an asterisk (*) is required.
If you are using the third or fourth forms of the
command, and you do not specify a filename, you
must use the -r option and specify a dirname.