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     zpool-wait — wait for activity to stop in a ZFS storage pool


     zpool wait [-Hp] [-T u|d] [-t activity[,activity]…] pool [interval]


     Waits until all background activity of the given types has ceased in the given pool.  The
     activity could cease because it has completed, or because it has been paused or canceled by
     a user, or because the pool has been exported or destroyed.  If no activities are specified,
     the command waits until background activity of every type listed below has ceased.  If there
     is no activity of the given types in progress, the command returns immediately.

     These are the possible values for activity, along with what each one waits for:
           discard     Checkpoint to be discarded
           free        freeing property to become 0
           initialize  All initializations to cease
           replace     All device replacements to cease
           remove      Device removal to cease
           resilver    Resilver to cease
           scrub       Scrub to cease
           trim        Manual trim to cease

     If an interval is provided, the amount of work remaining, in bytes, for each activity is
     printed every interval seconds.

     -H      Scripted mode.  Do not display headers, and separate fields by a single tab instead
             of arbitrary space.

     -p      Display numbers in parsable (exact) values.

     -T u|d  Display a time stamp.  Specify u for a printed representation of the internal
             representation of time.  See time(2).  Specify d for standard date format.  See


     zpool-checkpoint(8), zpool-initialize(8), zpool-remove(8), zpool-replace(8),
     zpool-resilver(8), zpool-scrub(8), zpool-status(8), zpool-trim(8)