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       ndctl-start-scrub - start an Address Range Scrub (ARS) operation


       ndctl start-scrub [<bus-id> <bus-id2> ... <bus-idN>] [<options>]


       NVDIMM Address Range Scrub is a capability provided by platform firmware that allows for
       the discovery of memory errors by system software. It enables system software to
       pre-emptively avoid accesses that could lead to uncorrectable memory error handling
       events, and it otherwise allows memory errors to be enumerated.

       The kernel provides a sysfs file (scrub) that when written with the string "1\n" initiates
       an ARS operation. The ndctl start-scrub operation starts an ARS, across all specified
       buses, and the kernel in turn proceeds to scrub every persistent memory address region on
       the specified buses.


       Start a scrub on all nvdimm buses in the system. The json listing report only includes the
       buses that support ARS operations.

           # ndctl start-scrub

       When specifying an individual bus, or if there is only one bus in the system, the command
       reports whether ARS support is available.

           # ndctl start-scrub e820
           error starting scrub: Operation not supported


       -v, --verbose
           Emit debug messages for the ARS start process


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       ndctl-wait-scrub(1), ACPI
       <> 6.2
       Specification Section Address Range Scrubbing (ARS) Overview"