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sgpio(1)							   USER COMMANDS							  sgpio(1)

NAME
sgpio - captive backplane LED control utility SYNOPSIS
sgpio [-h] [-V] [[-d|--disk <device>[,<device>...]] | [-p|--port <port>[,<port>...]]] [-s|--status <status>] [-f|--freq <frequency>] DESCRIPTION
Serial General Purpose Input Output (SGPIO) is a communication method used between a main board and a variety of internal and external hard disk drive bay enclosures. This utility can be used to control LEDs in an enclosure. For more information about SGPIO, please consult the SFF-8485 Specification. OPTIONS
-h, --help displays a short help text -V, --version displays the utility and AHCI SGPIO specification -d, --disk disk name of LED location. Names are sda,sdb,sdc,... Multiple names can be provided in a comma-delimited list. -p, --port SATA port number of LED location, can be used if a disk name is no longer valid. 0,1,2,3,... Multiple ports can be provided in a comma-delimited list. -s, --status status of the LED to set. LED status is: locate, fault, rebuild, off -f, --freq Set the frequency at which the LED should blink (in Hz). Frequency should be an integer between 1 and 10. EXAMPLES
Set the locate LED on SDA with an Intel Intelligent backplane: sgpio -d sda -s locate Set the locate LED on SDA to flash at 3 Hz for non-intelligent backplanes: sgpio -d sda -s locate -f 3 Set SATA port 2 with fault at a 3 Hz flash rate: sgpio -p 2 -s fault -f 3 Set disks sda through sdf to fault: sgpio -d sda,sdb,sdc,sdd,sde,sdf -s fault EXIT STATUS
sgpio should return zero when successful. It will return with a non-zero value if there was a failure. AUTHOR
Eric R. Hall <Eric.R.Hall@intel.com> version 0.3 December 2007 sgpio(1)

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AHCI(4) 						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						   AHCI(4)

NAME
ahci -- Serial ATA Advanced Host Controller Interface driver SYNOPSIS
To compile this driver into the kernel, place the following lines in your kernel configuration file: device pci device scbus device ahci Alternatively, to load the driver as a module at boot time, place the following line in loader.conf(5): ahci_load="YES" The following tunables are settable from the loader(8): hint.ahci.X.msi controls Message Signaled Interrupts (MSI) usage by the specified controller. 0 MSI disabled; 1 single MSI vector used, if supported; 2 multiple MSI vectors used, if supported (default); hint.ahci.X.ccc controls Command Completion Coalescing (CCC) usage by the specified controller. Non-zero value enables CCC and defines maximum time (in ms), request can wait for interrupt, if there are some more requests present on controller queue. CCC reduces number of context switches on sys- tems with many parallel requests, but it can decrease disk performance on some workloads due to additional command latency. hint.ahci.X.direct controls whether the driver should use direct command completion from interrupt thread(s), or queue them to CAM completion threads. Default value depends on number of MSI interrupts supported and number of implemented SATA ports. hint.ahcich.X.pm_level controls SATA interface Power Management for the specified channel, allowing some power to be saved at the cost of additional command latency. Possible values: 0 interface Power Management is disabled (default); 1 device is allowed to initiate PM state change, host is passive; 2 host initiates PARTIAL PM state transition every time port becomes idle; 3 host initiates SLUMBER PM state transition every time port becomes idle. 4 driver initiates PARTIAL PM state transition 1ms after port becomes idle; 5 driver initiates SLUMBER PM state transition 125ms after port becomes idle. Some controllers, such as ICH8, do not implement modes 2 and 3 with NCQ used. Because of artificial entering latency, performance degrada- tion in modes 4 and 5 is much smaller then in modes 2 and 3. Note that interface Power Management complicates device presence detection. A manual bus reset/rescan may be needed after device hot-plug, unless hardware implements Cold Presence Detection. hint.ahcich.X.sata_rev setting to nonzero value limits maximum SATA revision (speed). Values 1, 2 and 3 are respectively 1.5, 3 and 6Gbps. hw.ahci.force setting to nonzero value forces driver attach to some known AHCI-capable chips even if they are configured for legacy IDE emulation. Default is 1. DESCRIPTION
This driver provides the CAM(4) subsystem with native access to the SATA ports of AHCI-compatible controllers. Each SATA port found is rep- resented to CAM as a separate bus with one target, or, if HBA supports Port Multipliers, 16 targets. Most of the bus-management details are handled by the SATA-specific transport of CAM. Connected ATA disks are handled by the ATA protocol disk peripheral driver ada(4). ATAPI devices are handled by the SCSI protocol peripheral drivers cd(4), da(4), sa(4), etc. Driver features include support for Serial ATA and ATAPI devices, Port Multipliers (including FIS-based switching, when supported), hardware command queues (up to 32 commands per port), Native Command Queuing, SATA interface Power Management, device hot-plug and Message Signaled Interrupts. Driver supports "LED" enclosure management messages, defined by the AHCI. When supported by hardware, it allows to control per-port activ- ity, locate and fault LEDs via the led(4) API or emulated ses(4) device for localization and status reporting purposes. Supporting AHCI con- trollers may transmit that information to the backplane controllers via SGPIO interface. Backplane controllers interpret received statuses in some way (IBPI standard) to report them using present indicators. AHCI hardware is also supported by ataahci driver from ata(4) subsystem. If both drivers are loaded at the same time, this one will be given precedence as the more functional of the two. HARDWARE
The ahci driver supports AHCI compatible controllers having PCI class 1 (mass storage), subclass 6 (SATA) and programming interface 1 (AHCI). Also, in cooperation with atamarvell and atajmicron drivers of ata(4), it supports AHCI part of legacy-PATA + AHCI-SATA combined controllers, such as JMicron JMB36x and Marvell 88SE61xx. FILES
/dev/led/ahci*.*.act activity LED device nodes /dev/led/ahci*.*.fault fault LED device nodes /dev/led/ahci*.*.locate locate LED device nodes SEE ALSO
ada(4), ata(4), cam(4), cd(4), da(4), sa(4), ses(4) HISTORY
The ahci driver first appeared in FreeBSD 8.0. AUTHORS
Alexander Motin <mav@FreeBSD.org> BSD
October 22, 2013 BSD
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