nvme-lockdown - Man Page

Send an NVMe Lockdown command to prohibit or allow the execution of command

Synopsis

nvme-lockdown <device> [--ofi=<ofi> | -o <ofi>]
                        [--ifc=<ifc> | -f <ifc>]
                        [--prhbt=<prhbt> | -p <prhbt>]
                        [--scp=<scp> | -s <scp>]
                        [--uuid=<UUID_Index> | -U <UUID_Index>]

Description

The Lockdown command is used to control the Command and Feature Lockdown capability which configures the prohibition or allowance of execution of the specified command or Set Features command targeting a specific Feature Identifier.

Options

--ofi=<ofi>, -o <ofi>

Opcode or Feature Identifier(OFI) specifies the command opcode or Set Features Feature Identifier identified by the Scope field.

--ifc=<ifc>, -f <ifc>

Interface (INF) field identifies the interfaces affected by this command.

--prhbt=<prhbt>, -p <prhbt>

Prohibit (PRHBT) bit specifies whether to prohibit or allow the command opcode or Set Features Feature Identifier specified by this command.

--scp=<scp>, -s <scp>

Scope (SCP) field specifies the contents of the Opcode or Feature Identifier field.

--uuid=<UUID_Index>, -U <UUID_Index>

UUID Index - If this field is set to a non-zero value, then the value of this field is the index of a UUID in the UUID List that is used by the command. If this field is cleared to 0h,then no UUID index is specified.

Examples

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Part of the nvme-user suite

Info

08/19/2022 NVMe Manual