This section explains how to use the qq fs_release_nlm_lock command.


Release an arbitrary NLM byte-range lock range. This is dangerous, and should only be used after confirming that the owning process has leaked the lock, and only if there is a very good reason why the situation should not be resolved by terminating that process.


qq fs_release_nlm_lock [-h] (--path PATH | --id ID) --offset OFFSET --size SIZE --owner-id OWNER_ID [--force] [--snapshot SNAPSHOT]


Flag Name Required Description
--path No File path
--id No File ID
--offset Yes NLM byte-range lock offset
--size Yes NLM byte-range lock size
--owner-id Yes Owner id
--force No This command can cause corruption, add this flag to release lock
--snapshot No Snapshot ID of the specified file