Provided by: nvme-cli_1.16-4_amd64 bug


       nvme-copy - Send an NVMe Simple Copy command, provide results


       nvme-copy <device> [--sdlba=<sdlba> | -d <sdlba>]
                               [--blocks=<nlb-list,> | -b <nlb-list,>]
                               [--slbs=<slbas,> | -s <slbas,>]
                               [--limited-retry | -l]
                               [--force-unit-access | -f]
                               [--prinfow=<prinfow> | -p <prinfow>]
                               [--prinfor=<prinfor> | -P <prinfor>]
                               [--ref-tag=<reftag> | -r <reftag>]
                               [--expected-ref-tags=<reftag,> | -R <reftag,>]
                               [--app-tag=<apptag> | -a <apptag>]
                               [--expected-app-tags=<apptag,> | -A <apptag,>]
                               [--app-mask=<appmask> | -m <appmask>]
                               [--expected-app-masks=<appmask,> | -M <appmask,>]
                               [--dir-type=<type> | -T <type>]
                               [--dir-spec=<spec> | -S <spec>]
                               [--format=<entry-format> | -F <entry-format>]


       The Copy command is used by the host to copy data from one or more source logical block
       ranges to a single consecutive destination logical block range.


       --sdlba=<sdlba>, -d <sdlba>
           64-bit addr of first destination logical block

       --blocks=<nlb-list,>, -b <nlb-list,>
           Comma separated list of the number of blocks in each range

       --slbs=<slbas,>, -s <slbas,>
           Comma separated list of the starting blocks in each range

       --limited-retry, -l
           Sets the limited retry flag.

       --force-unit-access, -f
           Set the force-unit access flag.

       --prinfow=<prinfow>, -p <prinfow>
           Protection Information field write definition.

       --prinfor=<prinfor>, -P <prinfor>
           Protection Information field read definition.

       --ref-tag=<reftag>, -r <reftag>
           initial lba reference tag.

       --expected-ref-tags=<reftag,>, -R <reftag,>
           expected lba reference tags (comma-separated list).

       --app-tag=<apptag>, -a <apptag>
           lba app tag

       --expected-app-tags=<apptag,>, -A <apptag,>
           expected lba app tags (comma-separated list)

       --app-mask=<appmask>, -m <appmask>
           lba tag mask

       --expected-app-masks=<appmask,>, -M <appmask,>
           expected lba tag masks (comma-separated list)

       --dir-type=<type>, -T <type>
           Optional directive type. The nvme-cli only enforces the value be in the defined range
           for the directive type, though the NVMe specifcation (1.3a) defines only one
           directive, 01h, for write stream idenfiers.

       --dir-spec=<spec>, -S <spec>
           Optional field for directive specifics. When used with write streams, this value is
           defined to be the write stream identifier. The nvme-cli will not validate the stream
           requested is within the controller’s capabilities.

       --format=<entry-format>, -F <entry-format>
           source range entry format


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       Part of the nvme-user suite