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       pmempool - Persistent Memory Pool Management Tool


              $ pmempool [--help] [--version] <command> [<args>]


       The  pmempool  is  a  management  tool  for  Persistent  Memory pool files created by PMDK

       The main purpose of pmempool is to provide a user with a set  of  utilities  for  off-line
       analysis  and  manipulation of pools created by pmem libraries.  The pmempool is a generic
       command which consists of subcommands for specific  purposes.   Some  of  subcommands  are
       required  to  work without any impact on processed pool, but some of them may create a new
       or modify an existing one.

       The pmempool may be useful for troubleshooting by system administrators and  for  software
       developers who work on applications based on PMDK.  The latter may find these tools useful
       for testing and debugging purposes also.


       -V, --version

       Prints the version of pmempool.

       -h, --help

       Prints synopsis and list of commands.


       Currently there is a following set of commands available:

       · pmempool-info(1) - Prints information and  statistics  in  human-readable  format  about
         specified pool.

       · pmempool-check(1) - Checks pool's consistency and repairs pool if it is not consistent.

       · pmempool-create(1)  -  Creates  a  pool  of  specified  type  with additional properties
         specific for this type of pool.

       · pmempool-dump(1) - Dumps usable data from pool in hexadecimal or binary format.

       · pmempool-rm(1) Removes pool file or all pool files  listed  in  pool  set  configuration

       · pmempool-convert(1) - Updates the pool to the latest available layout version.

       · pmempool-sync(1) - Synchronizes replicas within a poolset.

       · pmempool-transform(1) - Modifies internal structure of a poolset.

       In order to get more information about specific command you can use pmempool help .


       libpmemblk(7), libpmemlog(7), libpmemobj(7) and <>