nbd-trdump man page

nbd-trdump — translate an nbd transaction log into human readable form

Synopsis

nbd-trdump

Description

nbd-trdump translates a transaction log produced by nbd-server (specifically by the transactionlog configuration directive) into human readable form.

The command acts as a traditional UNIX filter, i.e. the transaction log must be supplied on standard input, and the human readable output is sent to standard output.

Output

The following may be output:

>

A request packet sent from the client to the server.

<

A reply packet sent from the server to the client.

H

The handle of the packet.

C

The command sent.

O

The offet from the start of the disk.

L

The length of data.

E

The error returned.

See Also

nbd-server (1).

Author

The NBD kernel module and the NBD tools have been written by Pavel Macheck (pavel@ucw.cz).

The kernel module is now maintained by Paul Clements (Paul.Clements@steeleye.com), while the userland tools are maintained by Wouter Verhelst (wouter@debian.org)

This manual page was written by Wouter Verhelst (<wouter@debian.org>) for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).  Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2, as published by the Free Software Foundation.

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