Operations in progress

The Operations in Progress page allows you to view a list of long-running operations that are currently running or are in a suspended, stopped, or failed state. You can take action on certain types of operations.

Long-running operations can affect system performance. For some operations, you have the option to stop the operation or change its priority so that more important operations complete first.

Operations that appear on the Operations in Progress page include the following:

Operation Possible status of the operation Actions you can take
Volume copy Completed Clear
  In progress
  • Change priority
  • Stop
  Pending Clear
  Failed
  • Clear
  • Re-copy
  Stopped
  • Clear
  • Re-copy
Volume create (thick pool volumes larger than 64TiB only) In progress none
Volume delete (thick pool volumes larger than 64TiB only) In progress none
Asynchronous mirror group initial synchronization In progress Suspend
  Suspended Resume
Synchronous mirroring In progress Suspend
  Suspended Resume

Snapshot image rollback

In progress Cancel
  Pending Cancel
  Paused
  • Cancel
  • Resume
Drive evacuation In progress Cancel (depends on the drive evacuation type)
Add capacity to pool or volume group In progress none
Change a RAID level for a volume In progress none
Reduce capacity for a pool In progress none
Thin volume reclamation In progress none
Check the time remaining on an instant availability format (IAF) operation for pool volumes In progress none
Check the data redundancy of a volume group In progress none
Defragment a volume group In progress none
Initialize a volume In progress none
Increase capacity for a volume In progress none
Change segment size for a volume In progress none
Drive copy In progress none
Data reconstruction In progress none
Copyback In progress none