LD(4)                   NetBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual                  LD(4)


NAME
ld -- logical disk driver
SYNOPSIS
ld* at aac? unit ? ld* at amr? unit ? ld* at ataraid? vendtype ? unit ? ld* at cac? unit ? ld* at icp? unit ? ld* at iop? tid ? ld* at mlx? unit ? ld* at nvme? nsid ? ld* at sdmmc? ld* at twa? unit ? ld* at twe? unit ? ld* at virtio?
DESCRIPTION
The ld driver provides support for simple block devices, usually pre- sented by a disk array controller.
FILES
/dev/ldup block mode disk unit u, partition p /dev/rldup raw mode disk unit u, partition p
SEE ALSO
aac(4), amr(4), cac(4), icp(4), intro(4), iop(4), mlx(4), nvme(4), sdmmc(4), twa(4), twe(4), virtio(4)
HISTORY
The ld driver first appeared in NetBSD 1.5.3.
BUGS
The capacity and geometry of units as accessed through the ld driver may be different than when accessed through some other medium (e.g. SCSI). NetBSD 9.0 November 5, 2011 NetBSD 9.0

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