REBUILD - Rebuild a File System
The REBUILD sub command rebuilds a file system that was not dismounted correctly. Such a file system cannot be written to until it is rebuilt.
Init> DISK REBUILD
Response - Type DISK REBUILD at the main Init prompt.
Disk rebuild (DISKA0) >
Explanation - REBUILD asks which disk contains the file system to rebuild. The default is shown in parentheses.
Response - Press Enter to select the default or type the name of the disk to rebuild. If you type a ? or HELP in response to the prompt, you will be shown the help text at this level.
Explanation - REBUILD informs you that the file system was successfully rebuilt.
Disk is read-only
This indicates that the disk is read-only. To rebuild a disk, Init must be able to write to it.
File system structure corruption found - run recovery process
The rebuild finished but there were some instances of data corruption that Init cannot fix. After UOS starts, run the recovery program to fix the data.
Not a valid file system
The disk you specified does not have a UOS file system and therefore cannot be rebuilt.