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ib_read_lat(1)							   User Commands						    ib_read_lat(1)

NAME
ib_read_lat - RDMA write latency test SYNOPSIS
ib_read_lat [ options ] [ server IP address ] DESCRIPTION
This program tests the latency of RMDA write transactions. OPTIONS
-p, --port=<port> listen on/connect to port <port> (default: 18515) -m, --mtu=<mtu> mtu size (default: 1024) -d, --ib-dev=<dev> use IB device <dev> (default: first device found) -i, --ib-port=<port> use port <port> of IB device (default: 1) -s, --size=<size> size of message to exchange (default: 1) -a, --all run sizes from 2 till 2^23 -t, --tx-depth=<dep> size of tx queue (default: 50) -n, --iters=<iters> number of exchanges (at least 100, default: 1000) -C, --report-cycles report times in cpu cycle units (default: microseconds) -H, --report-histogram print out all results (default: print summary only) -U, --report-unsorted (implies -H) print out unsorted results (default: sorted) -V, --version display version number AUTHOR
Guy Coates < gmpc@sanger.ac.uk > perftest February 20, 2008 ib_read_lat(1)

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ib_write_lat(1) 						   User Commands						   ib_write_lat(1)

NAME
ib_write_lat - RDMA write latency test SYNOPSIS
ib_write_lat [ options ] [ server IP address ] DESCRIPTION
This program tests the latency of RMDA write transactions. OPTIONS
-p, --port=<port> listen on/connect to port <port> (default: 18515) -m, --mtu=<mtu> mtu size (default: 1024) -d, --ib-dev=<dev> use IB device <dev> (default: first device found) -i, --ib-port=<port> use port <port> of IB device (default: 1) -s, --size=<size> size of message to exchange (default: 1) -a, --all run sizes from 2 till 2^23 -t, --tx-depth=<dep> size of tx queue (default: 50) -n, --iters=<iters> number of exchanges (at least 100, default: 1000) -C, --report-cycles report times in cpu cycle units (default: microseconds) -H, --report-histogram print out all results (default: print summary only) -U, --report-unsorted (implies -H) print out unsorted results (default: sorted) -V, --version display version number AUTHOR
Guy Coates < gmpc@sanger.ac.uk > perftest February 20, 2008 ib_write_lat(1)
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