Repair method of the MSFT_VirtualDisk class
Initiates a repair of the virtual disk, restoring data and redundancy to different (or new) physical disks within the storage pool.
UInt32 Repair( [in] Boolean RunAsJob, [out] MSFT_StorageJob REF CreatedStorageJob, [out] String ExtendedStatus );
- RunAsJob [in]
If TRUE, this method uses the CreatedStorageJob parameter when the request is taking a long time to service. If a storage job has been created to track the operation, this method will return Method Parameters Checked - Job Started.Note Even if RunAsJob is TRUE, this method can still return a result if it has finished in sufficient time.
If FALSE or NULL, this method will follow default WMI asynchronous behavior as determined by the client's method for invocation. In other words, it is synchronous unless requested otherwise.
- CreatedStorageJob [out]
If RunAsJob is set to TRUE and this method takes a long time to execute, this parameter receives a reference to the storage job object that is used to track the long-running operation.
- ExtendedStatus [out]
A string that contains an embedded MSFT_StorageExtendedStatus object.
This parameter allows the storage provider to return extended (implementation-specific) error information.
- Success (0)
- Not Supported (1)
- Unspecified Error (2)
- Timeout (3)
- Failed (4)
- Invalid Parameter (5)
- In Use (6)
- Method Parameters Checked - Job Started (4096)
- Not enough free space (40000)
- Access denied (40001)
- There are not enough resources to complete the operation. (40002)
- Cannot connect to the storage provider. (46000)
- The storage provider cannot connect to the storage subsystem. (46001)
- There is not enough redundancy remaining to repair the virtual disk. (50001)
- The virtual disk could not complete the operation because another computer controls its configuration. (50002)
Minimum supported client
|Windows 8 [desktop apps only]|
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2012 [desktop apps only]|