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- application commands
- cluster commands
- event commands
- lun commands
- metrocluster commands
- network commands
- qos commands
- security commands
- snaplock commands
- snapmirror commands
- statistics commands
- storage commands
- system commands
- volume commands
- vserver commands
Execute a previous command
Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the admin privilege level.
redo command re-executes a command that has been executed previously in the current CLI session. Specify a previously run command using:
A string that matches part of a previous command. For example, if the only
volumecommand you have run is
volume show, enter
redo``volto re-execute the command.
The numeric ID of a previous command, as listed by the history command. For example, enter
redo``4to re-execute the fourth command in the history list.
A negative offset from the end of the history list. For example, enter
redo`-2` to re-execute the command that you ran two commands ago.
[<text>]- String, Event Number, or Negative Offset
Use this parameter to specify a string, a numeric ID from the command history, or a negative number that identifies the command to be re-executed.
The following example re-executes command number 10 in the command history:
cluster1::> redo 10