It only looks at file time stamps. It knows the order in which files should be created. If it sees the time staamps are out of order, then it re-runs the processes needed to put them in order. You will have to include any special flags like -mprage


On 4/10/18 9:42 AM, Boerwinkle, Anna wrote:

Hi,


I was wondering if you could explain the -make all flag. When you use it with recon-all to rerun after edits, does it determine where to start the recon-all process based on the stamps of the edited files? And if I use other flags (such as -mprage) when I initially ran recon-all, do I need still include those when I rerun with -make all or can -make all also determine and automatically apply the flags I used?


Thank you very much for your help!


Anna

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