rcopy(1) — Linux manual page


RCOPY(1)                        librdmacm                       RCOPY(1)

NAME         top

       rcopy - simple file copy over RDMA.

SYNOPSIS         top

       rcopy source server[:destination] [-p port]
       rcopy [-p port]

DESCRIPTION         top

       Uses sockets over RDMA interface to copy a source file to the
       specified destination.

OPTIONS         top

       source The name and path of the source file to copy.

       server The name or address of the destination server.

              An optional destination filename and path.  If not given,
              the destination filename will match that of the source.

       -p server_port
              The server's port number.

NOTES         top

              Basic usage is to start rcopy on a server system, then run
              rcopy sourcefile servername.  The server application will
              continue to run after copying the file, but is currently

       Because this test maps RDMA resources to userspace, users must
       ensure that they have available system resources and permissions.
       See the libibverbs README file for additional details.

SEE ALSO         top


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librdmacm                       2011-12-2                       RCOPY(1)