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comment NVMe PCIe disk power cycling
But even though you are not phyisically removing the device, it still needs to be re-configured again after being power-cycled, so even if you get the computer "not to notice" that the device has gone dark, you need to replay the configuration sequence so that the device is again identically configured (for the host not to notice).
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comment NVMe PCIe disk power cycling
You may also have some luck by building your own PCIe adaptor, talking to your harddrive and proxying the communication to the motherboard, fooling it to thinking it is still alive whilst being power cycled; but I assume that would be a quite expensive work to do.
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comment NVMe PCIe disk power cycling
Hot-plugging PCIe devices is discussed on electronics.SE at electronics.stackexchange.com/a/208796 but in short, if you want to go the standards-compliant way you need to ensure both your motherboard hardware and BIOS software support hot-plug.
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larger is a comparative, i.e., you need to compare "935M" to something.
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comment Corresponding 7zip command for unzip -p -a
Larger... than what?
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