C.2. RPC Definitions

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C.2.1 Program-Definition

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C.2.1.1 Version

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C.2.1.2 Procedure

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C.2.2 Const-Definition

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C.2.3 Enum-Definition

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C.2.3.1 Enum-Value-List

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C.2.3.2 Enum value

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C.2.4 Typedef-Definition

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C.2.4.1 Declaration [2]

[2] These are type declarations, not variable declarations (e.g., int my_number ), which are unsupported by rpcgen .

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C.2.4.2 Simple Declaration

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C.2.4.3 Fixed-Array Declaration

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C.2.4.4 Variable-Array Declaration [3]

[3] The integer value in angle brackets indicates a maximum size or, if empty, an array of any size .

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C.2.4.5 Pointer Declaration [4]

[4] Not actually an address. Technically called optional-data; often used for references to linked structures.

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C.2.5 Structure-Definition

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C.2.6 Union-Definition [5]

[5] In RPC, unions are closer in syntax (and spirit) to variant records in Pascal are than standard C/C++ unions.

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C.2.6.1 Case-List

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Programs and Processes

Processing Environment

Using Processes

Primitive Communications

Pipes

Message Queues

Semaphores

Shared Memory

Remote Procedure Calls

Sockets

Threads

Appendix A. Using Linux Manual Pages

Appendix B. UNIX Error Messages

Appendix C. RPC Syntax Diagrams

Appendix D. Profiling Programs

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Interprocess Communication in Linux
Interprocess Communications in Linux: The Nooks and Crannies
ISBN: 0130460427
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2001
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