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CentOS 7.0 - man page for dtest (centos section 1)

dtest(1)				  USER COMMANDS 				 dtest(1)

NAME
       dtest - simple uDAPL send/receive and RDMA test

SYNOPSIS
       dtest [-P provider] [-b buf size] [-B burst count][-v] [-c] [-p] [-d] [-s]

       dtest [-P provider] [-b buf size] [-B burst count][-v] [-c] [-p] [-d] [-h HOSTNAME]

DESCRIPTION
       dtest  is  a  simple  test used to exercise and verify the uDAPL interfaces.  At least two
       instantiations of the test must be run. One acts as the server and the other  the  client.
       The  server  side  of the test, once invoked listens for connection requests, until timing
       out or killed. Upon receipt of a cd connection request, the connection is established, the
       server and client sides exchange information necessary to perform RDMA writes and reads.

OPTIONS
       -P=PROVIDER
	      use PROVIDER to specify uDAPL interface using /etc/dat.conf (default OpenIB-cma)

       -b=BUFFER_SIZE
	      use buffer size BUFFER_SIZE for RDMA(default 64)

       -B=BURST_COUNT
	      use busrt count BURST_COUNT for interations (default 10)

       -v, verbose output(default off)

       -c, use consumer notification events (default off)

       -p, use polling (default wait for event)

       -d, delay in seconds before close (default off)

       -s, run as server (default - run as server)

       -h=HOSTNAME
	      use HOSTNAME to specify server hostname or IP address (default - none)

EXAMPLES
       dtest -P OpenIB-cma -v -s

	    Starts a server process with debug verbosity using provider OpenIB-cma.

       dtest -P OpenIB-cma -h server1-ib0

	    Starts a client process, using OpenIB-cma provider to connect to hostname server1-ib0.

SEE ALSO
       dapltest(1)

AUTHORS
       Arlin Davis
	      <ardavis@ichips.intel.com>

BUGS
uDAPL 1.2				February 23, 2007				 dtest(1)


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