nvme-read (1) - Linux Man Pages

nvme-read: Send an NVMe Read command, provide results

NAME

nvme-read - Send an NVMe Read command, provide results

SYNOPSIS

nvme-read <device> [--start-block=<slba> | -s <slba>]
                        [--block-count=<nlb> | -c <nlb>]
                        [--data-size=<size> | -z <size>]
                        [--metadata-size=<size> | -y <size>]
                        [--ref-tag=<reftag> | -r <reftag>]
                        [--data=<data-file> | -d <data-file>]
                        [--metadata=<metadata-file> | -M <metadata-file>]
                        [--prinfo=<prinfo> | -p <prinfo>]
                        [--app-tag-mask=<appmask> | -m <appmask>]
                        [--app-tag=<apptag> | -a <apptag>]
                        [--limited-retry | -l]
                        [--latency | -t]
                        [--force-unit-access | -f]

DESCRIPTION

The Read command reads the logical blocks specified by the command from the medium and copies to the data data buffer provided. Will use stdout by default if you don't provide a file.

OPTIONS

--start-block=<slba>, -s <slba>

Start block.

--latency, -t

Print out the latency the IOCTL took (in us).

EXAMPLES

No examples yet.

NVME

Part of the nvme-user suite