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GGATED(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 						 GGATED(8)

NAME
ggated -- GEOM Gate network daemon SYNOPSIS
ggated [-h] [-n] [-v] [-a address] [-p port] [-R rcvbuf] [-S sndbuf] [exports file] DESCRIPTION
The ggated utility is a network server for GEOM Gate class. It runs on a server machine to service GEOM Gate requests from workers placed on a client machine. Keep in mind, that connection between ggatec(8) and ggated is not encrypted. Available options: -a address Specifies an IP address to bind to. -h Print available options. -n Do not use TCP_NODELAY option on TCP sockets. -p port Port on which ggated listens for connection. Default is 3080. -R rcvbuf Size of receive buffer to use. Default is 131072 (128kB). -S sndbuf Size of send buffer to use. Default is 131072 (128kB). -v Do not fork, run in foreground and print debug informations on standard output. exports file An alternate location for the exports file. The format of an exports file is as follows: 1.2.3.4 RO /dev/acd0 1.2.3.0/24 RW /tmp/test.img hostname WO /tmp/image EXIT STATUS
Exit status is 0 on success, or 1 if the command fails. To get details about the failure, ggated should be called with the -v option. EXAMPLES
Export CD-ROM device and a file: # echo "1.2.3.0/24 RO /dev/acd0" > /etc/gg.exports # echo "client RW /image" >> /etc/gg.exports # ggated SEE ALSO
geom(4), ggatec(8), ggatel(8) AUTHORS
The ggated utility as well as this manual page was written by Pawel Jakub Dawidek <pjd@FreeBSD.org>. BSD
April 29, 2004 BSD

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GNOP(8) 						    BSD System Manager's Manual 						   GNOP(8)

NAME
gnop -- control utility for NOP GEOM class SYNOPSIS
gnop create [-v] [-e error] [-o offset] [-r rfailprob] [-s size] [-S secsize] [-w wfailprob] dev ... gnop configure [-v] [-e error] [-r rfailprob] [-w wfailprob] prov ... gnop destroy [-fv] prov ... gnop reset [-v] prov ... gnop list gnop status gnop load gnop unload DESCRIPTION
The gnop utility is used for setting up transparent providers on existing ones. Its main purpose is testing other GEOM classes, as it allows forced provider removal and I/O error simulation with a given probability. It also gathers the following statistics: number of read requests, number of write requests, number of bytes read and number of bytes written. In addition, it can be used as a good starting point for implementing new GEOM classes. The first argument to gnop indicates an action to be performed: create Set up a transparent provider on the given devices. If the operation succeeds, the new provider should appear with name /dev/<dev>.nop. The kernel module geom_nop.ko will be loaded if it is not loaded already. configure Configure existing transparent provider. At the moment it is only used for changing failure probability. destroy Turn off the given transparent providers. reset Reset statistics for the given transparent providers. list See geom(8). status See geom(8). load See geom(8). unload See geom(8). Additional options: -e error Specifies the error number to return on failure. -f Force the removal of the specified provider. -o offset Where to begin on the original provider. -r rfailprob Specifies read failure probability in percent. -s size Size of the transparent provider. -S secsize Sector size of the transparent provider. -w wfailprob Specifies write failure probability in percent. -v Be more verbose. SYSCTL VARIABLES
The following sysctl(8) variables can be used to control the behavior of the NOP GEOM class. The default value is shown next to each vari- able. kern.geom.nop.debug: 0 Debug level of the NOP GEOM class. This can be set to a number between 0 and 2 inclusive. If set to 0, minimal debug information is printed. If set to 1, basic debug information is logged along with the I/O requests that were returned as errors. If set to 2, the maximum amount of debug information is printed including all I/O requests. EXIT STATUS
Exit status is 0 on success, and 1 if the command fails. EXAMPLES
The following example shows how to create a transparent provider for disk /dev/da0 with 50% write failure probability, and how to destroy it. gnop create -v -w 50 da0 gnop destroy -v da0.nop The traffic statistics for the given transparent providers can be obtained with the list command. The example below shows the number of bytes written with newfs(8): gnop create da0 newfs /dev/da0.nop gnop list SEE ALSO
geom(4), geom(8) HISTORY
The gnop utility appeared in FreeBSD 5.3. AUTHORS
Pawel Jakub Dawidek <pjd@FreeBSD.org> BSD
April 14, 2013 BSD
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