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RPING(1)			   librdmacm			      RPING(1)

NAME
       rping - RDMA CM connection and RDMA ping-pong test.

SYNOPSIS
       rping -s	[-v] [-V] [-d] [-P] [-a	address] [-p port]
		 [-C message_count] [-S	message_size]
       rping -c	[-v] [-V] [-d] [-I address] -a address [-p port]
		 [-C message_count] [-S	message_size]

DESCRIPTION
       Establishes  a reliable RDMA connection between two nodes using the li-
       brdmacm,	optionally performs RDMA transfers  between  the  nodes,  then
       disconnects.

OPTIONS
       -s     Run as the server.

       -c     Run as the client.

       -a address
	      On the server, specifies the network address to bind the connec-
	      tion to.	To bind	to any address with IPv6 use -a	::0 .  On  the
	      client, specifies	the server address to connect to.

       -I address
	      The  address to bind to as the source IP address to use. This is
	      useful if	you have multiple addresses on	the  same  network  or
	      complex routing.

       -p     Port number for listening	server.

       -v     Display ping data.

       -V     Validate ping data.

       -d     Display debug information.

       -C message_count
	      The  number  of messages to transfer over	each connection.  (de-
	      fault infinite)

       -S message_size
	      The size of each message transferred, in bytes.  (default	100)

       -P     Run the server in	persistent mode.  This allows  multiple	 rping
	      clients  to connect to a single server instance. The server will
	      run until	killed.

NOTES
       Because this test maps RDMA resources to	userspace, users  must	ensure
       that they have available	system resources and permissions.  See the li-
       bibverbs	README file for	additional details.

SEE ALSO
       rdma_cm(7), ucmatose(1),	udaddy(1), mckey(1)

librdmacm			  2007-05-15			      RPING(1)

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