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CMAP_ITER_NEXT(3)	   Corosync Cluster Engine Programmer's Manual		CMAP_ITER_NEXT(3)

       cmap_iter_next - Return next item in iteration in CMAP

       #include <corosync/cmap.h>

       cs_error_t   cmap_iter_next(cmap_handle_t  handle,  cmap_iter_handle_t  iter_handle,  char
       key_name[], size_t *value_len, cmap_value_types_t *type);

       The cmap_iter_next function is used to get next value in iteration. The handle argument is
       connection  to CMAP database obtained by calling cmap_initialize(3) function.  iter_handle
       argument is iterator handle obtained by cmap_iter_init(3) function. Following key name  is
       stored  inside  key_name  argument, which must be preallocated by caller and its quaranted
       maximum size is CMAP_KEYNAME_MAXLEN (urrently 255).  value_len is pointer where length  of
       value  is  stored, but can be NULL.  type is also optional argument (can be NULL) and here
       type of value is stored (type is one of types described in cmap_get(3) function).

       This call returns the CS_OK value if successful. If there are no more  items  to  iterate,
       CS_NO_SECTION error code is returned.

       cmap_iter_init(3),   cmap_iter_finalize(3),  cmap_initialize(3),  cmap_get(3),  cmap_over-

       CS_ERR_TRY_AGAIN Resource temporarily unavailable

       CS_ERR_INVALID_PARAM Invalid argument

       CS_ERR_ACCESS Permission denied

       CS_ERR_LIBRARY The connection failed

       CS_ERR_INTERRUPT System call inturrupted by a signal

       CS_ERR_NOT_SUPPORTED The requested protocol/functuality not supported

       CS_ERR_MESSAGE_ERROR Incorrect auth message received

       CS_ERR_NO_MEMORY Not enough memory to completed the requested task

corosync Man Page			    06/02/2012				CMAP_ITER_NEXT(3)
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