PCI_RESET_SLOT(9) Hardware Interfaces PCI_RESET_SLOT(9)NAME
pci_reset_slot - reset a PCI slot
int pci_reset_slot(struct pci_slot * slot);
PCI slot to reset
A PCI bus may host multiple slots, each slot may support a reset mechanism independent of other slots. For instance, some slots may support
slot power control. In the case of a 1:1 bus to slot architecture, this function may wrap the bus reset to avoid spurious slot related
events such as hotplug. Generally a slot reset should be attempted before a bus reset. All of the function of the slot and any subordinate
buses behind the slot are reset through this function. PCI config space of all devices in the slot and behind the slot is saved before and
restored after reset.
Return 0 on success, non-zero on error.
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AMTAPE(8) System Administration Commands AMTAPE(8)NAME
amtape - Control Amanda changers
amtape [-o configoption...] config subcommand [subcommand_options...]
Amtape is the command-line interface to Amanda's tape changers (amanda-changers(7)) and to the taperscan algorithm (amanda-taperscan(7)).
Tape changers maintain a notion of the current slot for each configuration. This may or may not correspond to an actual physical state of
the device, but is used by some taperscan algorithms to minimize searching through the slots.
Amtape uses the default changer. To use a different changer, use the config override option, e.g., -otpchanger=otherchanger.
Search for and load the Amanda tape with label [label], also setting the current slot.
Load the volume in the given slot, also setting the current slot. The slot names current, next, first, and last have special meaning.
Shorthand for slot current.
Show the contents of all slots, based on the changer's cached metadata. This is a quick operation as it does not load or unload any
volumes, but is not supported by all changers.
Show the contents of all slots (or listed slots) by loading each slot and reading its label. This can be very slow. The slots arguments
is of the form 1,3-5,7.
Reset the changer to a known state. This subcommand is intended to clear any unknown and potentially incorrect state the changer may
Eject the tape currently in the drive. This only applies to some changers. Specify a drive (by drive number) if more than one drive is
If a cleaning tape is defined for the changer, used it to clean the specified drive. The [drive] is optional if the changer only has
Run the taperscan algorithm (see amanda-taperscan(7)), displaying information about the progress of the scan.
Update changer state. Consult amanda-changers(7) for changer-specific details on the format of what.
See the "CONFIGURATION OVERRIDE" section in amanda(8).
SEE ALSO amanda(8), amanda-changers(7), amanda-taperscan(7), amanda-devices(7)
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