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

NAME
iopctl -- a program to control IOP devices SYNOPSIS
iopctl [-f ctldev] command [tid] DESCRIPTION
The iopctl command can be used to interrogate and control I2O devices. The following options are available: -f ctldev Specify the control device to use. The default is /dev/iop0. The following commands are available: reconfig Reconfigure the IOP: ask all bus ports to rescan their busses, and attach or detach devices to and from the system as necessary. showddmid tid Retrieve and display the DDM (device driver module) identity parameter group from the specified target. showdevid tid Retrieve and display the device identity parameter group from the specified target. showlct Display the driver's private copy of the logical configuration table. This copy of the LCT matches the current device configuration, but is not necessarily the latest available version of the LCT. showstatus Display the current status of the IOP. showtidmap Display the device to TID map. FILES
/dev/iopu control device for IOP unit u SEE ALSO
ioctl(2), iop(4), iopsp(4), ld(4) The sysutils/i2ocfg package. HISTORY
The iopctl command first appeared in NetBSD 1.5.3. BSD
October 1, 2000 BSD

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

NAME
mlxctl -- Mylex DAC960 family management utility SYNOPSIS
mlxctl [-f dev] [-v] [-a] status [drive] [...] mlxctl [-f dev] [-a] detach [drive] [...] mlxctl [-f dev] [-a] check [drive] [...] mlxctl [-f dev] rebuild channel:target mlxctl [-f dev] cstatus mlxctl [-f dev] rescan mlxctl [-f dev] config DESCRIPTION
The mlxctl utility performs status monitoring and management functions for Mylex DAC960 RAID controllers and attached devices. The following options are available: -a Apply the action to all drives attached to the controller. -f dev Specify the control device to use. The default is /dev/mlx0. -v Increased verbosity. The following commands are available: cstatus Display the controller's current status. status Display the status of the specified drives. This command returns 0 if all drives tested are online, 1 if one or more drives are critical and 2 if one or more are offline. rescan Re-scan the logical drive table, and attach or detach devices from the system as necessary. detach Detach the specified drives. Drives must be unmounted and unopened for this command to succeed. check Initiate a consistency check and repair pass on a drive that provides redundancy (e.g., RAID1 or RAID5). This command returns imme- diately. The status command can be used to monitor the progress of the check. rebuild Rebuild onto the specified physical drive. Note that there can be only one running rebuild operation per controller at any given time. This command returns immediately. The cstatus command can be used to monitor the progress of the rebuild. config Write the current system drive configuration to stdout. EXAMPLES
Display the status of drive ld3 attached to the controller mlx1: mlxctl -f /dev/mlx1 -v status ld3 SEE ALSO
ld(4), mlx(4) HISTORY
The mlxctl command first appeared in NetBSD 1.5.3, and was based on the mlxcontrol utility found in FreeBSD. BUGS
Modifying drive configuration is not yet supported. Some commands do not work with older firmware revisions. Error log extraction is not yet supported. BSD
April 10, 2000 BSD
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