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NAME

       srp_daemon_port@.service - srp_daemon_port@ systemd service that controls a single port

SYNOPSIS

       srp_daemon_port@.service

DESCRIPTION

       The srp_daemon_port@.service controls whether or not an srp_daemon process is monitoring
       the RDMA port specified as template argument. The format for the RDMA port name is
       dev:port where dev is the name of an RDMA device and port is an port number starting from
       one. Starting an instance of this template will start an srp_daemon process. Stopping an
       instance of this template will stop the srp_daemon process for the specified port. It can
       be prevented that srp_daemon is started for a certain port by masking the corresponding
       systemd service, e.g. systemctl mask srp_daemon_port@mlx4_0:1.

       A list of all RDMA device and port number pairs can be obtained e.g. as follows:

              $ (cd /sys/class/infiniband >&/dev/null && for p in */ports/*; do
                 [ -e "$p" ] && echo "${p/\/ports\//:}"; done)
              mlx4_0:1
              mlx4_0:2
              mlx4_1:1
              mlx4_1:2

SEE ALSO

       srp_daemon(1), srp_daemon.service(5), systemctl(1)