shadowadm - Control shadow migrations
/usr/sbin/shadowadm list [[-p] -o field[,...]]
/usr/sbin/shadowadm stop /path
/usr/sbin/shadowadm start /path
/usr/sbin/shadowadm cancel /path
The shadowadm command allows an administrator to control background migrations being performed by shadowd. Shadow migration moves data by foreground migration and background migration. Foreground migration occurs when applications and end-users directly access the migration target. Background migration is done by shadowd accessing the migration target.
The shadowadm command has the following subcommands:
Provides a list of in-progress or stopped migrations.
A case-insensitive, comma-separated list of output fields to display. The field name must be one of the fields listed below, or a special value all, to display all fields. For each migration target, the following fields can be displayed:
The path where the migration target is mounted.
The dataset name of the migration target.
The status of the target migration.
Display using a stable machine-parseable format.
Stops background migration for the mount-path.
Resumes stopped background migration for the mount-path.
Cancels both foreground and background migration for the mount-path. Migration cannot be resumed.
A user must have the solaris.admin.shadow-migration.modify authorization to use this command.
See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes: