PCICTL(8)               NetBSD System Manager's Manual               PCICTL(8)


NAME
pcictl -- a program to manipulate the PCI bus
SYNOPSIS
pcictl pcibus command [arg [...]]
DESCRIPTION
pcictl allows a user or system administrator to access various resources on a PCI bus. The following commands are available: list [-Nn] [-b bus] [-d device] [-f function] List the devices in the PCI domain, either as names or, if -n is given, as numbers. The bus, device, and function numbers may be specified by flags. Any locator not specified defaults to a wildcard, or may be explicitly wildcarded by specifying ``any''. If -N is given, the driver name for this PCI device will be listed if any driver is attached. dump [-b bus] -d device [-f function] Dump the PCI configuration space for the specified device located at the specified bus, device, and function. If the bus is not specified, it defaults to the bus number of the PCI bus specified on the command line. If the function is not specified, it defaults to 0. read [-b bus] -d device [-f function] reg Read the specified 32-bit aligned PCI configuration register and print it in hexadecimal to standard output. If the bus is not specified, it defaults to the bus number of the PCI bus specified on the command line. If the function is not specified, it defaults to 0. WARNING: pcictl read is a dangerous command that can damage hardware and panic the operating system, even though it appears to be a harmless read- only operation. It is meant as a diagnostic tool for experiments or to debug device drivers. Do not use it as a substitute for a device driver! write [-b bus] -d device [-f function] reg value Write the specified value to the specified 32-bit aligned PCI configura- tion register. If the bus is not specified, it defaults to the bus num- ber of the PCI bus specified on the command line. If the function is not specified, it defaults to 0. WARNING: pcictl write is a dangerous command that can damage hardware and panic the operating system. It is meant as a diagnostic tool for experi- ments or to debug device drivers. Do not use it as a substitute for a device driver!
FILES
/dev/pci* - PCI bus device nodes
EXAMPLES
This shows all PCI devices on the system: pcictl pci0 list This shows all PCI devices on the system, including attached drivers: pcictl pci0 list -N
SEE ALSO
pci(3), pci(4), drvctl(8)
HISTORY
The pcictl command first appeared in NetBSD 1.6. NetBSD 9.0 September 23, 2016 NetBSD 9.0

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