Finish continues a move or split job that has reached a state that requires manual intervention to finish even though some files might remain behind.
In iManager, open thepage to view a job status report.
For instructions, see Section 14.1, Monitoring the Status of Move Volume or Split Volume Jobs.
Select thecheck box next to one or more jobs waiting for administrator intervention that you want to complete, acknowledging and understanding the exceptions noted.
After the page refreshes, the selected jobs report their status as, , or , depending on how much work was left to do in the job.
If you inadvertently selected some jobs that are not eligible to be finished, iManager ignores thecommand for those jobs. It applies only to those jobs for which the command is valid.
After the job is completed, do the following cleanup tasks:
If the job successfully reaches thestate on its own, no files remain behind in the original volume or below the DFS junction point in the original volume.
If the job reaches thestate after a state, one or more undeleted files might remain behind in the original volume or below the DFS junction point in the original volume.
If the job reaches the Section 14.5, Viewing Files Skipped by a Move or Split Job.state after a state, one or more uncopied files might remain behind in the original volume or below the DFS junction point in the original volume. For information about viewing skipped files, see
IMPORTANT:You must manually delete or transfer files left behind. Users can no longer access files left behind.