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  1. Lustre Documentation
  2. LUDOC-345

setstripe documentation missing "-b", section has incorrect argument

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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    • Rank (Obsolete):
      9223372036854775807

      Description

      the setstripe command gives the output below. In section 19.2.1.1 it shows -o option as -o start_index. This is incorrect. This should be -i

      Also nowhere in the manual does it mention a "-b | block" argument as shown in the command help.

      [root@Lustre-TG1 lustrefs]# lfs setstripe -o 0-3 -c 4 -d testdir
      error: setstripe: cannot specify -d with -s, -c, -o, or -p options
      Create a new file with a specific striping pattern or
      set the default striping pattern on an existing directory or
      delete the default striping pattern from an existing directory
      usage: setstripe -d <directory>   (to delete default striping)
       or
      usage: setstripe [--stripe-count|-c <stripe_count>]
                       [--stripe-index|-i <start_ost_idx>]
                       [--stripe-size|-S <stripe_size>]
                       [--pool|-p <pool_name>]
                       [--block|-b] <directory|filename>
                       [--ost-list|-o <ost_indices>]
              stripe_size:  Number of bytes on each OST (0 filesystem default)
                            Can be specified with k, m or g (in KB, MB and GB
                            respectively)
              start_ost_idx: OST index of first stripe (-1 default)
              stripe_count: Number of OSTs to stripe over (0 default, -1 all)
              pool_name:    Name of OST pool to use (default none)
              block:        Block file access during data migration
              ost_indices:  List of OST indices, can be repeated multiple times
                            Indices be specified in a format of:
                              -o <ost_1>,<ost_i>-<ost_j>,<ost_n>
                            Or:
                              -o <ost_1> -o <ost_i>-<ost_j> -o <ost_n>
                            If --pool is set with --ost-list, then the OSTs
                            must be the members of the pool.
      

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              LM-Triage Lustre Manual Triage
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              ghagensen Gary Hagensen (Inactive)
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