lblk-dir-send - Man Page

Directive send for the given URI

Synopsis

lblk dir-send <uri> [<args>]

Description

Directive send for the given URI

Required

<uri>

Device URI e.g. '/dev/nvme0n1', '0000:01:00.1', '10.9.8.1.8888', '\.PhysicalDrive1'

Optional

[ --nsid 0xNUM ]

Namespace Identifier for Command Construction

[ --dspec 0xNUM ]

Directive specification associated with directive type

[ --dtype 0xNUM ]

Directive type; Identify 0x0, Streams 0x1

[ --doper 0xNUM ]

Directive operation to perform

[ --endir 0xNUM ]

Directive enable/disable; Enable 0x1, Disable 0x0

[ --tgtdir 0xNUM ]

Target directive to enable/disable

[ --subnqn STRING ]

Subsystem NQN of the NVMe over Fabrics endpoint e.g. 'nqn.2022-06.io.xnvme:ctrlnode1'

[ --hostnqn STRING ]

The host NQN to use when connecting to NVMe over Fabrics controllers

[ --be STRING ]

xNVMe backend, e.g. 'linux', 'spdk', 'fbsd', 'macos', 'posix', 'windows'

[ --dev-nsid 0xNUM ]

Namespace Identifier for Device Handle

[ --admin STRING ]

xNVMe admin. command-interface, e.g. 'nvme', 'block'

[ --mem STRING ]

xNVMe buffer/memory manager

[ --direct NUM ]

Bypass layers

[ --help ]

Show usage / help

See Also

Full documentation at: <https://xnvme.io/>

Author

Written by Simon A. F. Lund <simon.lund@samsung.com> on behalf of Samsung

Referenced By

lblk(1).

03 February 2024 xNVMe