01 December 2020
Assuming you have one logical drive, use...
init -a stop -l 0
There's also a 'stop' button in the GUI.
cliib> help init
init [-a <action>] [-l <LdId>]
init -a start -l <LdId> [-q <size>] [-p <pattern>]
init -a stop -l <LdId>
init -a pause -l <LdId>
init -a resume -l <LdId>
This command is used to start, stop, pause, or resume a LDI (Logical Drive
Initialization) or a Quick Init. A LDI will write to the entire logical
drive space, where a Quick Init will write to the first and last few
megabytes of the logical drive.
-a <action> Which action to perform.
list (Default) Displays a list of the current initializations
in progress or paused along with their statuses.
start Start an initialization or quick initialization.
stop Stop an initialization or quick initialization.
pause Pause an initialization or quick initialization.
resume Resume an initialization or quick initialization.
-l <LD ID> Specifies on which logical drive to perform the
initialization or quick initialization.
-q <size> Specifies the amount of data in megabytes (MB) to be used
1..1024 to perform a quick initialization.
-p <pattern> Specifies a pattern in which to use for initialization
The pattern can range from 1 to 128 bytes(HEX string),
and will be padded to even number of bytes, e.g.,
fff padded to 0fff.
Pattern is not supported for quick initialization.
init -a stop -l0
init -a start -l0 -p5a5a0101
Type " | more" at the end of each command, to display info page by page.