Repairing a Volume
utility reveals problems with a volume, you can use the same command
to repair the volume.
To repair a volume:
Stop the volume.
Open Xsan Admin, select the volume, and click Stop Volume in the Action (gear) pop-
Open Terminal (in /Applications/Utilities/).
If you aren’t working at the SAN controller computer, use SSH to log in to the controller
$ ssh user@computer
with the name of an administrator user on the controller computer and
with the controller’s name or IP address.
command-line utility (in /Library/Filesystems/Xsan/bin/) to replay the
events that are recorded in the file system journal:
$ sudo cvfsck -j volume
Check the volume to see if additional repairs are required:
$ sudo cvfsck -vn volume
If the report generated in the previous step lists additional problems, enter the
following command to perform a full check and repair of the volume:
$ sudo cvfsck -vw volume
For more information about this command, see the