How can I "un-Ignore" a fault type?

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I ignored a fault last week, but I made a mistake.  I need to see these faults again!
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When you Ignore faults, they no longer appear in the GUI, but you can still find it in the CLI.  You can use fromDate, toDate, and target filters in the list command to help you narrow your search.  Then select the fault you ignored and do the resolve operation.   The resolve operation allows you to choose a boolean ignore; by default it is false, so you can simply commit.  Now the fault is still resolved, but it is no longer ignored!

From my Landshark, I'll unignore FAULT-5.

# ssh delphix_admin@delphix421

delphix421>  cd fault
delphix421 fault> list fromDate="2015-04-13T00:00:00.000Z" target=172.16.180.11

REFERENCE  STATUS   DATEDIAGNOSED             TARGETNAME     TITLE
FAULT-5    IGNORED  2015-04-13T22:05:56.065Z  172.16.180.11  Could not ping host
FAULT-2    IGNORED  2015-04-13T20:21:23.469Z  172.16.180.11  File "sshd_config" not accessible

delphix421 fault> select FAULT-5
delphix421 fault 'FAULT-5'> resolve
delphix421 fault 'FAULT-5' resolve *> ls
Properties
    type: FaultResolveParameters
    comments:
    ignore: false
delphix421 fault 'FAULT-5' resolve *> commit
delphix421 fault 'FAULT-5'> cd ..
delphix421 fault> list fromDate="2015-04-13T00:00:00.000Z" target=172.16.180.11

REFERENCE  STATUS    DATEDIAGNOSED             TARGETNAME     TITLE
FAULT-5    RESOLVED  2015-04-13T22:05:56.065Z  172.16.180.11  Could not ping host
FAULT-2    IGNORED   2015-04-13T20:21:23.469Z  172.16.180.11  File "sshd_config" not accessible
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