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UCMATOSE(1)				    librdmacm				      UCMATOSE(1)

       ucmatose - RDMA CM connection and simple ping-pong test.

       ucmatose [-s server_address] [-b bind_address] [-c connections]
		 [-C message_count] [-S message_size]
       ucmatose -s server_address [-b bind_address] [-c connections]
		 [-C message_count] [-S message_size] [-t tos]

       Establishes  a  set  of	reliable  RDMA connections between two nodes using the librdmacm,
       optionally transfers data between the nodes, then disconnects.

       -s server_address
	      The network name or IP address of the server system listening for connections.  The
	      used name or address must route over an RDMA device.  This option must be specified
	      by the client.

       -b bind_address
	      The local network address to bind to.

       -c connections
	      The number of connections to establish between the client and server.  (default 1)

       -C message_count
	      The number of messages to transfer over each connection.	(default 10)

       -S message_size
	      The size of each message transferred, in bytes.  (default 100)

       -t tos Indicates the type of service used for  the  communication.   Type  of  service  is
	      implementation dependent based on subnet configuration.

       -m     Tests event channel migration.  Migrates all communication identifiers to a differ-
	      ent event channel for disconnect events.

       Basic usage is to start ucmatose on a server system, then run ucmatose -s server_name on a
       client system.

       Because	this  test  maps  RDMA	resources  to userspace, users must ensure that they have
       available system resources and permissions.  See the libibverbs README file for additional

       rdma_cm(7), udaddy(1), mckey(1), rping(1)

librdmacm				    2007-05-15				      UCMATOSE(1)
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