MirOS Manual: iopctl(8)

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


     iopctl - a program to control IOP devices


     iopctl [-f ctldev] command [tid]


     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:

             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.

             Display the driver's private copy of the logical configuration
             table. This copy of the LCT matches the current device configura-
             tion, but is not necessarily the latest available version of the

             Display the current status of the IOP.

             Display the device to TID map.


     /dev/iopu  control device for IOP unit u


     ioctl(2), iop(4), ioprbs(4), iopsp(4), sd(4)


     The iopctl command first appeared in NetBSD 1.6, OpenBSD support was ad-
     ded in OpenBSD 3.0.


     The iopctl command was written by Andrew Doran <ad@netbsd.org>, and port-
     ed to OpenBSD by
     Michael Shalayeff <mickey@openbsd.org>.

MirOS BSD #10-current          October 1, 2000                               1

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