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Old 03-18-2010, 12:24 PM
 
Default dmraid/man dmraid.8

CVSROOT: /cvs/dm
Module name: dmraid
Changes by: heinzm@sourceware.org 2010-03-18 13:24:39

Modified files:
man : dmraid.8

Log message:
--ignoremonitoring manual update

Patches:
http://sourceware.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/dmraid/man/dmraid.8.diff?cvsroot=dm&r1=1.4&r2=1.5

--- dmraid/man/dmraid.8 2009/09/16 11:45:17 1.4
+++ dmraid/man/dmraid.8 2010/03/18 13:24:39 1.5
@@ -1,538 +1,558 @@
-.TH DMRAID 8 "DMRAID TOOL" "Heinz Mauelshagen" " -*- nroff -*-
-.SH NAME
-dmraid - discover, configure and activate software (ATA)RAID
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.B dmraid
- {-a|--activate} {y|n|yes|no}
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
- [{-P|--partchar} CHAR]
- [-p|--no_partitions]
- [-Z|--rm_partitions]
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
- [-t|--test]
- [RAID-set...]
-
-.B dmraid
- {-b|--block_devices}
- [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]...
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
- [device-path...]
-
-.B dmraid
- {-h|--help}
-
-.B dmraid
- {-l|--list_formats}
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]...
-
-.B dmraid
- {-n|--native_log}
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
- [device-path...]
-
-.B dmraid
- {-R| --rebuild}
- RAID-set
- [device-path]
-
-.B dmraid
- {-x| --remove}
- [RAID-set]
-
-.B dmraid
- -f FORMAT-handler
-{-C| --create} set
- --type raidlevel
- [--size=setsize --strip stridesize]
- --disk "device-path, device-path [, device-path ...]"
-
-.B dmraid
-[ -f|--format FORMAT-handler]
--S|--spare [RAID-set]
--M|--media "device-path"
-
-.B dmraid
- {-r|--raid_devices}
- [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-D|--dump_metadata]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
- [device-path...]
-
-.B dmraid
- {-r|--raid_devices}
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-E|--erase_metadata]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
- [device-path...]
-
-.B dmraid
- {-s|--sets}...[a|i|active|inactive]
- [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
- [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
- [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
- [-g|--display_group]
- [--separator SEPARATOR]
- [RAID-set...]
-
-.B dmraid
- {-V/--version}
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-dmraid discovers block and software RAID devices (eg, ATARAID)
-by using multiple different metadata format handlers which
-support various formats (eg, Highpoint 37x series).
-It offers activating RAID sets made up by 2 or more
-discovered RAID devices, display properties of devices and sets (see option
-.B -l
-for supported metadata formats).
-Block device access to activated RAID sets occurs via device-mapper nodes
-/dev/mapper/RaidSetName.
-RaidSetName starts with the format name (see
-.B -l
-option) which can be used to access all RAID sets of a specific format
-easily with certain options (eg,
-.B -a
-below).
-
-.SS OPTIONS
-.TP
-.I -a, --activate {y|n} [RAID set...]
-Activates or deactivates all or particular software RAID set.
-In case metadata format handlers are chosen with
-.B -f
-, only RAID sets with such format(s) can be activated or deactivated.
-Useful if devices have multiple metadata signatures.
-When activating RAID sets,
-.B -p
-disables the activation of partitions on them, and
-.B -Z
-will make dmraid tell the kernel to remove the partitions from the disks
-underlying the set, ie if sda is part of the set, remove sda1, sda2, etc.
-This prevents applications from directly accessiong the disks bypassing dmraid.
-RAID set names given on command line don't need to be fully specified
-(eg, "dmraid -ay sil" would activate all discovered Silicon Image Medley
-RAID sets).
-
-.TP
-.I {-b|--block_devices} [device-path...]
-List all or particular discovered block devices with their
-properties (size, serial number).
-Add
-.B -c
-to display block device names only and
-.B -cc
-for CSV column output of block device properties.
-See description of
-.B -c
-below for FIELD identifiers.
-
-.TP
-.I [-d|--debug]...
-Enable debugging output. Opion can be given multiple times
-increasing the debug output level.
-
-.TP
-.I [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
-Display properties of block devices, RAID sets and devices in column(s).
-Optional list specifying which FIELDs to display.
-.br
-For
-.B -b:
-.br
-d[evpath]|p[ath], sec[tors]|si[ze], ser[ialnumber].
-.br
-For
-.B -r:
-.br
-de[vpath]|p[ath], f[ormat], r[aidname], t[ype], st[atus], se[ctors]|si[ze], da[taoffset]|o[ffset].
-.br
-For
-.B -s:
-.br
-f[ormat], r[aidname], t[ype], sta[tus], str[ide], se[ctors]|si[ze], su[bsets], d[evices], sp[ares].
-.br
-.TP
-.I [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
-Use metadata format handler(s) to discover RAID devices.
-See
-.B -l
-for a list of supported format handler names. This is useful to
-select particular formats in case multiple metadata signatures are found
-on a device. A comma seperated list of format names can be specified which
-may not contain white space.
-
-.TP
-.I {-h|--help}
-Display help text.
-
-.TP
-.I {-i|--ignorelocking}
-Don't take out any locks. Useful in early boot where no read/write
-access to /var is available.
-
-.TP
-.I {-l|--list_formats}
-List all available metadata format handlers with their names and
-descriptions. Supported RAID levels are listed in parenthesis:
-.br
-
-S: Span (concatination)
-.br
-0: RAID0 (stripe)
-.br
-1: RAID1 (mirror)
-.br
+.TH DMRAID 8 "DMRAID TOOL" "Heinz Mauelshagen" " -*- nroff -*-
+.SH NAME
+dmraid - discover, configure and activate software (ATA)RAID
+.SH SYNOPSIS
+.B dmraid
+ {-a|--activate} {y|n|yes|no}
+ [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [-I|--ignoremonitoring]
+ [{-P|--partchar} CHAR]
+ [-p|--no_partitions]
+ [-Z|--rm_partitions]
+ [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [-t|--test]
+ [RAID-set...]
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-b|--block_devices}
+ [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
+ [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]...
+ [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [device-path...]
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-h|--help}
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-l|--list_formats}
+ [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]...
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-n|--native_log}
+ [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [device-path...]
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-R| --rebuild}
+ RAID-set
+ [device-path]
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-x| --remove}
+ [RAID-set]
+
+.B dmraid
+ -f FORMAT-handler
+{-C| --create} set
+ --type raidlevel
+ [--size=setsize --strip stridesize]
+ --disk "device-path, device-path [, device-path ...]"
+
+.B dmraid
+[ -f|--format FORMAT-handler]
+-S|--spare [RAID-set]
+-M|--media "device-path"
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-r|--raid_devices}
+ [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
+ [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [-D|--dump_metadata]
+ [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [device-path...]
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-r|--raid_devices}
+ [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [-E|--erase_metadata]
+ [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [device-path...]
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-s|--sets}...[a|i|active|inactive]
+ [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
+ [-d|--debug]... [-v|--verbose]... [-i|--ignorelocking]
+ [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+ [-g|--display_group]
+ [--separator SEPARATOR]
+ [RAID-set...]
+
+.B dmraid
+ {-V/--version}
+
+.SH DESCRIPTION
+dmraid discovers block and software RAID devices (eg, ATARAID)
+by using multiple different metadata format handlers which
+support various formats (eg, Highpoint 37x series).
+It offers activating RAID sets made up by 2 or more
+discovered RAID devices, display properties of devices and sets (see option
+.B -l
+for supported metadata formats).
+Block device access to activated RAID sets occurs via device-mapper nodes
+/dev/mapper/RaidSetName.
+RaidSetName starts with the format name (see
+.B -l
+option) which can be used to access all RAID sets of a specific format
+easily with certain options (eg,
+.B -a
+below).
+
+.SS OPTIONS
+.TP
+.I -a, --activate {y|n} [RAID set...]
+Activates or deactivates all or particular software RAID set.
+Activates or deactivates device monitoring automatically unless the
+.B [-I|--ignoremonitoring]
+option is given at the same time, hence preventing any dmeventd device
+monitoring daemon interaction. If
+.B -I
+is being used on initial RAID set activation,
+.B -ay
+can be used later to activate device monitoring on such active RAID sets
+if the RAID format supports it. See dmevent_tool(8) for device monitoring
+management via this tool.
+In case metadata format handlers are chosen with
+.B -f
+, only RAID sets with such format(s) can be activated or deactivated.
+Useful if devices have multiple metadata signatures.
+When activating RAID sets,
+.B -p
+disables the activation of partitions on them, and
+.B -Z
+will make dmraid tell the kernel to remove the partitions from the disks
+underlying the set, ie if sda is part of the set, remove sda1, sda2, etc.
+This prevents applications from directly accessiong the disks bypassing dmraid.
+RAID set names given on command line don't need to be fully specified
+(eg, "dmraid -ay sil" would activate all discovered Silicon Image Medley
+RAID sets).
+
+.TP
+.I {-b|--block_devices} [device-path...]
+List all or particular discovered block devices with their
+properties (size, serial number).
+Add
+.B -c
+to display block device names only and
+.B -cc
+for CSV column output of block device properties.
+See description of
+.B -c
+below for FIELD identifiers.
+
+.TP
+.I [-d|--debug]...
+Enable debugging output. Opion can be given multiple times
+increasing the debug output level.
+
+.TP
+.I [-c|--display_columns][FIELD[,FIELD...]]...
+Display properties of block devices, RAID sets and devices in column(s).
+Optional list specifying which FIELDs to display.
+.br
+For
+.B -b:
+.br
+d[evpath]|p[ath], sec[tors]|si[ze], ser[ialnumber].
+.br
+For
+.B -r:
+.br
+de[vpath]|p[ath], f[ormat], r[aidname], t[ype], st[atus], se[ctors]|si[ze], da[taoffset]|o[ffset].
+.br
+For
+.B -s:
+.br
+f[ormat], r[aidname], t[ype], sta[tus], str[ide], se[ctors]|si[ze], su[bsets], d[evices], sp[ares].
+.br
+.TP
+.I [-f|--format FORMAT[,FORMAT...]]
+Use metadata format handler(s) to discover RAID devices.
+See
+.B -l
+for a list of supported format handler names. This is useful to
+select particular formats in case multiple metadata signatures are found
+on a device. A comma seperated list of format names can be specified which
+may not contain white space.
+
+.TP
+.I {-h|--help}
+Display help text.
+
+.TP
+.I {-i|--ignorelocking}
+Don't take out any locks. Useful in early boot where no read/write
+access to /var is available.
+
+.TP
+.I {-I|--ignoremonitoring}
+Don't activate or deactivate device monitoring with
+.B -ay
+or
+.B -an
+respectively. This avoids interaction with the dmeventd device
+monitoring daemon altogether.
+
+.TP
+.I {-l|--list_formats}
+List all available metadata format handlers with their names and
+descriptions. Supported RAID levels are listed in parenthesis:
+.br
+
+S: Span (concatination)
+.br
+0: RAID0 (stripe)
+.br
+1: RAID1 (mirror)
+.br
10: RAID10 (mirror on top of stripes)

-.br
-01: RAID10 (stripe on top of mirrors) Note: Intel OROM displays this as RAID10
-
-.TP
-.I {-n|--native_log} [device-path...]
-Display metadata in native, vendor-specific format.
-In case a metadata format handler is chosen with
-.B -f
-only RAID devices with such format will be displayed in native format.
-If device-path(s) is/are given on the command line, native metadata output
-is restricted to those listed.
-.TP
-.I [{-P|--partchar} CHAR]
-Use CHAR as the separator between the device name and the partition number.
-.TP
-.I {-R| --rebuild} RAID-set [device-path]
-Rebuild raid array after a drive has failed and a new drive is added.
-For Intel chipset based systems, there are two methods in which a new drive
-is added to the system.
-
-1. Using OROM to identify a new drive
- During system reboot, enter OROM and mark the new drive as the rebuild drive.
- After booting to the OS, use the dmraid command to rebuild.
-
- Example: dmraid -R raid_set
-
-2. Using dmraid to identify a new drive
- Boot to the OS and use the dmraid command with the new drive as
-the second parameter.
-
- Example: dmraid -R raid_set /dev/sdc
-
-3. Using hot spare drive
- Mark a drive as hot spare using the "dmraid -f isw -S" command. Then use the dmraid command to start the rebuild.
-
- Example: dmraid -R raid_set
-
-.TP
-.I {-x|--remove} [RAID-set]
-Delete one or all existing software RAID devices from the metadata.
-
-.TP
-.I -f FORMAT-handler {-C|--create} --type raidlevel [--size=setsize --strip stripsize] --disk "device-path, device-path [,device-path]"
+.br
+01: RAID10 (stripe on top of mirrors) Note: Intel OROM displays this as RAID10
+
+.TP
+.I {-n|--native_log} [device-path...]
+Display metadata in native, vendor-specific format.
+In case a metadata format handler is chosen with
+.B -f
+only RAID devices with such format will be displayed in native format.
+If device-path(s) is/are given on the command line, native metadata output
+is restricted to those listed.
+.TP
+.I [{-P|--partchar} CHAR]
+Use CHAR as the separator between the device name and the partition number.
+.TP
+.I {-R| --rebuild} RAID-set [device-path]
+Rebuild raid array after a drive has failed and a new drive is added.
+For Intel chipset based systems, there are two methods in which a new drive
+is added to the system.
+
+1. Using OROM to identify a new drive
+ During system reboot, enter OROM and mark the new drive as the rebuild drive.
+ After booting to the OS, use the dmraid command to rebuild.
+
+ Example: dmraid -R raid_set
+
+2. Using dmraid to identify a new drive
+ Boot to the OS and use the dmraid command with the new drive as
+the second parameter.
+
+ Example: dmraid -R raid_set /dev/sdc
+
+3. Using hot spare drive
+ Mark a drive as hot spare using the "dmraid -f isw -S" command. Then use the dmraid command to start the rebuild.
+
+ Example: dmraid -R raid_set
+
+.TP
+.I {-x|--remove} [RAID-set]
+Delete one or all existing software RAID devices from the metadata.
+
+.TP
+.I -f FORMAT-handler {-C|--create} --type raidlevel [--size=setsize --strip stripsize] --disk "device-path, device-path [,device-path]"
Delete one or all existing Configure a software RAID device and store the configuration data in a group of hard drive devices consisting of this array. This command requires the following options:

-f FORMAT-handler
.br
- metadata format (see "dmraid -l")
-.br
+ metadata format (see "dmraid -l")
+.br
--type digit[digit...]
-.br
+.br
specify the raid level of the software RAID set.
-.br
+.br
0: raid0
-.br
+.br
1: raid1
-.br
+.br
5: raid5
-.br
- 01: raid01 (isw raid10)
-.br
+.br
+ 01: raid01 (isw raid10)
+.br
--size: [digits[k|K|m|M|g|G][b|B]]
.br
specify the size of the RAID set.The number is an integer followed by [kKmMgG] and/or [bB].
.br
b: byte (default)
-.br
- B: block (512 bytes)
+.br
+ B: block (512 bytes)
.br
K or K: on the base of 1024
.br
m or M: on the base of 1024*1024
-.br
+.br
g or G: on the base of 1024*1024*1024
.br
-If this option is missing, it's set to the default value pre-configured by the vendor. Note that different vendors may apply different constraints on the granularity of the size or the minimal value.
-.br
+If this option is missing, it's set to the default value pre-configured by the vendor. Note that different vendors may apply different constraints on the granularity of the size or the minimal value.
+.br
--strip: [digits[k|K|m|M|g|G][b|B]]
-.br
- specify the strip size of a RAID1, RAID5, and RAID10 RAID set (as above)
-.br
+.br
+ specify the strip size of a RAID1, RAID5, and RAID10 RAID set (as above)
+.br
--disk: device-path[{,| }device-path...]
.br
- specify the array of the hard drives, e.g. /dev/sda.
-
-.TP
-.I -f FORMAT-handler -S -M device-path
-.I -S -M device-path
-
-This command adds hot spare support for one or more RAID sets.
-
-1. When used with a format handler, which supports hot spare sets (e.g. isw), a hot spare is marked to be used when rebuilding any RAID set of that format.
-2. When used when specifying a RAID set, the drive is added to that RAID set and will be used only to rebuild that set. Note: If the specified name does not match an existing RAID-set, a set with the new name will be created.
-
-.TP
-.I {-r|--raid_devices} [device-path...]
-List all discovered RAID devices with format, RAID level, sectors used
-and data offset into the device.
-In case a metadata format handler is chosen with
-.B -f
-, only RAID devices with such format can be discovered. Useful if devices
-have multiple metadata signatures.
-If
-.B -D
-is added to
-.B -r
-the RAID metadata gets dumped into a subdirectory named dmraid.format_name
-(eg. format_name = isw) in files named devicename.dat.
-The byte offset where the metadata is located on the device is written
-into files named devicename.offset and the size of the device in sectors
-into files named devicename.size.
-
-If
-.B -E
-is added to
-.B -r
-the RAID metadata on the devices gets conditionally erased.
-Useful to erase old metadata after new one of different type has been
-stored on a device in order to avoid discovering both. If you enter
-.B -E
-option
-.B -D
-will be enforced in order to have a fallback in case the wrong metadata
-got erased.
-Manual copying back onto the device is needed to recover from erasing
-the wrong metadata using the dumped files devicename_formatname.dat
-and devicename_formatname.offset.
-Eg, to restore all *.dat files in the working directory to the respective devices:
-
-.br
-for f in *.dat
-.br
-do
-.br
- dd if=$f of=/dev/${f%%.dat}
-.br
- seek=`cat ${f%%dat}offset` bs=1
-.br
-done
-.br
-
-If device-path(s) is/are given on the command line, the above actions
-are restricted to those listed.
-Add
-.B -c
-to display RAID device names only and
-.B -cc
-for CSV column output of RAID device properties.
-See description of
-.B -c
-above for FIELD identifiers.
-
-.TP
-.I --separator SEPARATOR
-Use SEPARATOR as a delimiter for all options taking or displaying lists.
-
-.TP
-.I -s... [a|i] [RAID-set...]
-Display properties of RAID sets. Multiple RAID set names can be given
-on the command line which don't need to be fully specified (eg, "dmraid -s hpt"
-would display all discovered Highpoint RAID sets). Enter
-.B -s
-twice to display RAID subsets too.
-Add
-.B -c
-to display names of RAID sets only,
-.B -cc
-for CSV column output of RAID set properties and
-.B -ccc
-for inclusion of block devices in the listing. Doesn't imply
-.B -s -s
-to show RAID subsets (implied for group sets, e.g. isw).
-Add
-.B -g
-to include information about group RAID sets (as with Intel Software
-RAID) in the listing.
-See description of
-.B -c
-above for FIELD identifiers.
+ specify the array of the hard drives, e.g. /dev/sda.
+
+.TP
+.I -f FORMAT-handler -S -M device-path
+.I -S -M device-path
+
+This command adds hot spare support for one or more RAID sets.
+
+1. When used with a format handler, which supports hot spare sets (e.g. isw), a hot spare is marked to be used when rebuilding any RAID set of that format.
+2. When used when specifying a RAID set, the drive is added to that RAID set and will be used only to rebuild that set. Note: If the specified name does not match an existing RAID-set, a set with the new name will be created.
+
+.TP
+.I {-r|--raid_devices} [device-path...]
+List all discovered RAID devices with format, RAID level, sectors used
+and data offset into the device.
+In case a metadata format handler is chosen with
+.B -f
+, only RAID devices with such format can be discovered. Useful if devices
+have multiple metadata signatures.
+If
+.B -D
+is added to
+.B -r
+the RAID metadata gets dumped into a subdirectory named dmraid.format_name
+(eg. format_name = isw) in files named devicename.dat.
+The byte offset where the metadata is located on the device is written
+into files named devicename.offset and the size of the device in sectors
+into files named devicename.size.
+
+If
+.B -E
+is added to
+.B -r
+the RAID metadata on the devices gets conditionally erased.
+Useful to erase old metadata after new one of different type has been
+stored on a device in order to avoid discovering both. If you enter
+.B -E
+option
+.B -D
+will be enforced in order to have a fallback in case the wrong metadata
+got erased.
+Manual copying back onto the device is needed to recover from erasing
+the wrong metadata using the dumped files devicename_formatname.dat
+and devicename_formatname.offset.
+Eg, to restore all *.dat files in the working directory to the respective devices:
+
+.br
+for f in *.dat
+.br
+do
+.br
+ dd if=$f of=/dev/${f%%.dat}
+.br
+ seek=`cat ${f%%dat}offset` bs=1
+.br
+done
+.br
+
+If device-path(s) is/are given on the command line, the above actions
+are restricted to those listed.
+Add
+.B -c
+to display RAID device names only and
+.B -cc
+for CSV column output of RAID device properties.
+See description of
+.B -c
+above for FIELD identifiers.
+
+.TP
+.I --separator SEPARATOR
+Use SEPARATOR as a delimiter for all options taking or displaying lists.
+
+.TP
+.I -s... [a|i] [RAID-set...]
+Display properties of RAID sets. Multiple RAID set names can be given
+on the command line which don't need to be fully specified (eg, "dmraid -s hpt"
+would display all discovered Highpoint RAID sets). Enter
+.B -s
+twice to display RAID subsets too.
+Add
+.B -c
+to display names of RAID sets only,
+.B -cc
+for CSV column output of RAID set properties and
+.B -ccc
+for inclusion of block devices in the listing. Doesn't imply
+.B -s -s
+to show RAID subsets (implied for group sets, e.g. isw).
+Add
+.B -g
+to include information about group RAID sets (as with Intel Software
+RAID) in the listing.
+See description of
+.B -c
+above for FIELD identifiers.
Note: Size is given in sectors (not bytes).
-
-.TP
-.I [-v|--verbose]...
-Enable verbose runtime information output. Opion can be given multiple times
-increasing the verbosity level.
-
-.SH EXAMPLES
-"dmraid -l" lists all supported metadata formats with their names along with
-some descriptive information, eg:
-.br
-hpt37x : (+) Highpoint HPT37X
-.br
-hpt45x : (+) Highpoint HPT45X
-.br
-isw : (+) Intel Software RAID
-.br
-lsi : (0) LSI Logic MegaRAID
-.br
-nvidia : (+) NVidia RAID
-.br
-pdc : (+) Promise FastTrack
-.br
-sil : (+) Silicon Image(tm) Medley(tm)
-.br
-via : (+) VIA Software RAID
-.br
-dos : (+) DOS partitions on SW RAIDs
-.br
-(0): Discover, (+): Discover+Activate
-
-"dmraid -ay" activates all software RAID sets discovered.
-
-"dmraid -an" deactivates all active software RAID sets which are not open
-(eg, mounted filesystem on them).
-
-"dmraid -ay -f pdc" (pdc looked up from "dmraid -l") activates all
-software RAID sets with Promise format discovered and ignores all other
-supported formats.
-
-"dmraid -r" discovers all software RAID devices supported on your system, eg:
-.br
-/dev/dm-46: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-0", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
-.br
-/dev/dm-50: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-0", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
-.br
-/dev/dm-54: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-1", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
-.br
-/dev/dm-58: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-1", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
-
-
-"dmraid -s -s hpt45x_chidjhaiaa" displays properties of
-set "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa", eg:
-.br
-*** Superset
-.br
-name : hpt45x_chidjhaiaa
-.br
-size : 640345856
-.br
-stride : 128
-.br
-type : raid10
-.br
-status : ok
-.br
-subsets: 2
-.br
-dev : 4
-.br
-spare : 0
-.br
----> Subset
-.br
-name : hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-0
-.br
-size : 640345856
-.br
-stride : 128
-.br
-type : stripe
-.br
-status : ok
-.br
-subsets: 0
-.br
-dev : 2
-.br
-spare : 0
-.br
----> Subset
-.br
-name : hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-1
-.br
-size : 640345856
-.br
-stride : 128
-.br
-type : stripe
-.br
-status : ok
-.br
-subsets: 0
-.br
-dev : 2
-.br
-spare : 0
-.br
-
-"dmraid -s -ccs hpt45" displays properties in column format of all sets
-and subsets with hpt45* format, eg:
-.br
-hpt45x_chidjhaiaa,640345856,128,raid10,ok,4,0
-.br
-hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-a,640345856,128,stripe,ok,2,0
-.br
-hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-b,640345856,128,stripe,ok,2,0
-
-"dmraid -r --sep : -cpath:size" display paths and sizes in sectors for
-RAID devices in column format using ':' as a delimiter, eg:
-.br
-/dev/dm-8:320173055
-.br
-/dev/dm-12:320173055
-.br
-/dev/dm-22:320173055
-.br
-/dev/dm-26:320173055
-.br
-/dev/dm-30:586114703
-.br
-/dev/dm-34:586114703
-.br
-/dev/dm-38:586114703
-.br
-/dev/dm-42:586114703
-.br
-/dev/dm-46:156301487
-.br
-/dev/dm-50:156301487
-.br
-/dev/dm-54:390624896
-.br
-/dev/dm-58:390624896
-.br
-/dev/dm-62:390624896
-.br
-/dev/dm-66:390624896
-
-"dmraid -f isw -C Raid0 --type 0 --strip 8k --size 20g --disk "/dev/sdb /dev/sdc"" creates an ISW volume with
-a name of "Raid0", 20Gig bytes in total, and 8kilo bytes strip size on two disks.
-
-"dmraid -f isw -C Test0 --type 0 --disk "/dev/sdd /dev/sde"" creates an ISW volume with the default size and strip size.
-
-"dmraid -f isw -C Test10 --type 01 --strip 128B --disk "/dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd" creates a stacked
-RAID device, RAID10 (isw format), with a name of "Test10", 128 blocks (512bytes) strip size , and the default volume size on
-4 disks.
-
-"dmraid -f isw -S -M /dev/sde" marks the device /dev/sde as a hot spare for rebuild
-
-"dmraid -R isw_djaggchdde_RAID1 /dev/sde" starts rebuild of the RAID volume on device /dev/sde
-
-.SH DIAGNOSTICS
-dmraid returns an exit code of 0 for success or 1 for error.
-
-.SH AUTHOR
-Heinz Mauelshagen <Mauelshagen@RedHat.com>
+
+.TP
+.I [-v|--verbose]...
+Enable verbose runtime information output. Opion can be given multiple times
+increasing the verbosity level.
+
+.SH EXAMPLES
+"dmraid -l" lists all supported metadata formats with their names along with
+some descriptive information, eg:
+.br
+hpt37x : (+) Highpoint HPT37X
+.br
+hpt45x : (+) Highpoint HPT45X
+.br
+isw : (+) Intel Software RAID
+.br
+lsi : (0) LSI Logic MegaRAID
+.br
+nvidia : (+) NVidia RAID
+.br
+pdc : (+) Promise FastTrack
+.br
+sil : (+) Silicon Image(tm) Medley(tm)
+.br
+via : (+) VIA Software RAID
+.br
+dos : (+) DOS partitions on SW RAIDs
+.br
+(0): Discover, (+): Discover+Activate
+
+"dmraid -ay" activates all software RAID sets discovered.
+
+"dmraid -an" deactivates all active software RAID sets which are not open
+(eg, mounted filesystem on them).
+
+"dmraid -ay -f pdc" (pdc looked up from "dmraid -l") activates all
+software RAID sets with Promise format discovered and ignores all other
+supported formats.
+
+"dmraid -r" discovers all software RAID devices supported on your system, eg:
+.br
+/dev/dm-46: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-0", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
+.br
+/dev/dm-50: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-0", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
+.br
+/dev/dm-54: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-1", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
+.br
+/dev/dm-58: hpt45x, "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-1", striped, ok, 320172928 sectors, data@ 0
+
+
+"dmraid -s -s hpt45x_chidjhaiaa" displays properties of
+set "hpt45x_chidjhaiaa", eg:
+.br
+*** Superset
+.br
+name : hpt45x_chidjhaiaa
+.br
+size : 640345856
+.br
+stride : 128
+.br
+type : raid10
+.br
+status : ok
+.br
+subsets: 2
+.br
+dev : 4
+.br
+spare : 0
+.br
+---> Subset
+.br
+name : hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-0
+.br
+size : 640345856
+.br
+stride : 128
+.br
+type : stripe
+.br
+status : ok
+.br
+subsets: 0
+.br
+dev : 2
+.br
+spare : 0
+.br
+---> Subset
+.br
+name : hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-1
+.br
+size : 640345856
+.br
+stride : 128
+.br
+type : stripe
+.br
+status : ok
+.br
+subsets: 0
+.br
+dev : 2
+.br
+spare : 0
+.br
+
+"dmraid -s -ccs hpt45" displays properties in column format of all sets
+and subsets with hpt45* format, eg:
+.br
+hpt45x_chidjhaiaa,640345856,128,raid10,ok,4,0
+.br
+hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-a,640345856,128,stripe,ok,2,0
+.br
+hpt45x_chidjhaiaa-b,640345856,128,stripe,ok,2,0
+
+"dmraid -r --sep : -cpath:size" display paths and sizes in sectors for
+RAID devices in column format using ':' as a delimiter, eg:
+.br
+/dev/dm-8:320173055
+.br
+/dev/dm-12:320173055
+.br
+/dev/dm-22:320173055
+.br
+/dev/dm-26:320173055
+.br
+/dev/dm-30:586114703
+.br
+/dev/dm-34:586114703
+.br
+/dev/dm-38:586114703
+.br
+/dev/dm-42:586114703
+.br
+/dev/dm-46:156301487
+.br
+/dev/dm-50:156301487
+.br
+/dev/dm-54:390624896
+.br
+/dev/dm-58:390624896
+.br
+/dev/dm-62:390624896
+.br
+/dev/dm-66:390624896
+
+"dmraid -f isw -C Raid0 --type 0 --strip 8k --size 20g --disk "/dev/sdb /dev/sdc"" creates an ISW volume with
+a name of "Raid0", 20Gig bytes in total, and 8kilo bytes strip size on two disks.
+
+"dmraid -f isw -C Test0 --type 0 --disk "/dev/sdd /dev/sde"" creates an ISW volume with the default size and strip size.
+
+"dmraid -f isw -C Test10 --type 01 --strip 128B --disk "/dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd" creates a stacked
+RAID device, RAID10 (isw format), with a name of "Test10", 128 blocks (512bytes) strip size , and the default volume size on
+4 disks.
+
+"dmraid -f isw -S -M /dev/sde" marks the device /dev/sde as a hot spare for rebuild
+
+"dmraid -R isw_djaggchdde_RAID1 /dev/sde" starts rebuild of the RAID volume on device /dev/sde
+
+.SH DIAGNOSTICS
+dmraid returns an exit code of 0 for success or 1 for error.
+
+.SH AUTHOR
+Heinz Mauelshagen <Mauelshagen@RedHat.com>

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