nvme-write (1) - Linux Man Pages

nvme-write: Send an NVMe write command, provide results

NAME

nvme-write - Send an NVMe write command, provide results

SYNOPSIS

nvme-write <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 Write command writes the logical blocks specified by the command to the medium from the data data buffer provided. Will use stdin 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

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NVME

Part of the nvme-user suite