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ES3000 V3 NVMe PCIe SSD User Guide 20

This document provides the product information about the Huawei ES3000 V3 PCIe SSD (ES3000 V3 for short) and describes how to install, configure, operate, and maintain the ES3000 V3.
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Restoring Default Attributes

Restoring Default Attributes


This task is to restore the default attributes of a specified SSD device.


hioadm restorefeatures -d devicename


Parameter Description Value
devicename Indicates the name of an SSD device. Example: nvme0

Usage Guidelines

Before running this command, stop all I/O services of the logical disk and perform the following:
  • − For Linux, unmount the logical disk. End all processes that use the logical disk and run the fuser command to check that no process is using the logical disk. If the following information is displayed, a process is using the logical disk, and you need to end the process.
    [root@localhost tool]# fuser /dev/nvme0n1  /dev/nvme0n1:        14789 
  • − For ESXi, delete all partitions of the logical disk.
  • − For Windows, make the logical disk offline. See Figure 6-5.
    Figure 6-5  Making a logical disk offline

Do not read or write data when restoring the default attributes of an SSD. Otherwise, I/O errors may occur.


# Restore the default attributes of the SSD named nvme0.

linux-mazy:/ # hioadm restorefeatures -d nvme0 The restorefeatures operation will recover all features. Arbitration Power Management Temperature Threshold Error Recovery Interrupt Coalescing Interrupt Vector Configuration Write Atomicity Asynchronous Event Configuration Software Progress Marker  WARNING! You have selected the restorefeatures operation.  Proceed with the restorefeatures? (Y|N): y  All features are recovered. 
Updated: 2019-03-12

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