Provided by: ndctl_74-1_amd64
cxl-disable-port - disable / hot-remove a given CXL port and descendants
cxl disable-port <port0> [<port1>..<portN>] [<options>] For test and debug scenarios, disable a CXL port and any memory devices dependent on this port being active for CXL.mem operation.
-e, --endpoint Toggle from treating the port arguments as Switch Port identifiers to Endpoint Port identifiers. -f, --force DANGEROUS: Override the safety measure that blocks attempts to disable a port if the tool determines a descendent memdev is in active usage. Recall that CXL memory ranges might have been established by platform firmware and disabling an active device is akin to force removing memory from a running system. --debug Turn on additional debug messages including library debug.
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