nvme-ocp-eol-plp-failure-mode - Man Page

Define and print EOL or PLP circuitry failure mode

Synopsis

nvme ocp eol-plp-failure-mode <device> [--mode=<mode> | -m <mode>] [--no-uuid | -n] [--save | -s]
                                         [--sel=<select> | -s <select>]

Description

Define EOL or PLP circuitry failure mode. No argument prints current mode.

The <device> parameter is mandatory and may be either the NVMe character device (ex: /dev/nvme0) or block device (ex: /dev/nvme0n1).

This will only work on OCP compliant devices supporting this feature. Results for any other device are undefined.

On success it returns 0, error code otherwise.

Options

-m <mode>, --mode=<mode>

Set the EOL or PLP circuitry failure mode to [0-3] (0: default, 1: rom, 2: wtm or 3: normal). Only one mode can be used at a time. The default is rom.

-n, ā€‰--no-uuid

Do not try to automatically detect UUID index for this command (required for old OCP 1.0 support)

-s, ā€‰--save

Save the attribute so that it persists through all power states and resets.

-s <select>, --sel=<select>

Select (SEL): This field specifies which value of the attributes to return in the provided data:

SelectDescription
0Current
1Default
2Saved
3Supported capabilities
4-7Reserved

Examples

Nvme

Part of the nvme-user suite.