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mpt_send_handshake_request(9) [centos man page]

MPT_SEND_HANDSHAKE_R(9) 				       Message-based devices					   MPT_SEND_HANDSHAKE_R(9)

mpt_send_handshake_request - Send MPT request via doorbell handshake method. SYNOPSIS
int mpt_send_handshake_request(u8 cb_idx, MPT_ADAPTER * ioc, int reqBytes, u32 * req, int sleepFlag); ARGUMENTS
cb_idx Handle of registered MPT protocol driver ioc Pointer to MPT adapter structure reqBytes Size of the request in bytes req Pointer to MPT request frame sleepFlag Use schedule if CAN_SLEEP else use udelay. DESCRIPTION
This routine is used exclusively to send MptScsiTaskMgmt requests since they are required to be sent via doorbell handshake. NOTE
It is the callers responsibility to byte-swap fields in the request which are greater than 1 byte in size. Returns 0 for success, non-zero for failure. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 MPT_SEND_HANDSHAKE_R(9)

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Mojo::Message::Request(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			       Mojo::Message::Request(3pm)

Mojo::Message::Request - HTTP 1.1 request container SYNOPSIS
use Mojo::Message::Request; # Parse my $req = Mojo::Message::Request->new; $req->parse("GET /foo HTTP/1.0x0ax0d"); $req->parse("Content-Length: 12x0ax0dx0ax0d"); $req->parse("Content-Type: text/plainx0ax0dx0ax0d"); $req->parse('Hello World!'); say $req->body; # Build my $req = Mojo::Message::Request->new; $req->url->parse(''); $req->method('GET'); say $req->to_string; DESCRIPTION
Mojo::Message::Request is a container for HTTP 1.1 requests as described in RFC 2616. EVENTS
Mojo::Message::Request inherits all events from Mojo::Message. ATTRIBUTES
Mojo::Message::Request inherits all attributes from Mojo::Message and implements the following new ones. "env" my $env = $req->env; $req = $req->env({}); Direct access to the "CGI" or "PSGI" environment hash if available. # Check CGI version my $version = $req->env->{GATEWAY_INTERFACE}; # Check PSGI version my $version = $req->env->{'psgi.version'}; "method" my $method = $req->method; $req = $req->method('POST'); HTTP request method, defaults to "GET". "url" my $url = $req->url; $req = $req->url(Mojo::URL->new); HTTP request URL, defaults to a Mojo::URL object. my $foo = $req->url->query->to_hash->{foo}; METHODS
Mojo::Message::Request inherits all methods from Mojo::Message and implements the following new ones. "clone" my $clone = $req->clone; Clone request if possible, otherwise return "undef". "cookies" my $cookies = $req->cookies; $req = $req->cookies(Mojo::Cookie::Request->new); $req = $req->cookies({name => 'foo', value => 'bar'}); Access request cookies, usually Mojo::Cookie::Request objects. say $req->cookies->[1]->value; "fix_headers" $req = $req->fix_headers; Make sure request has all required headers for the current HTTP version. "is_secure" my $success = $req->is_secure; Check if connection is secure. "is_xhr" my $success = $req->is_xhr; Check "X-Requested-With" header for "XMLHttpRequest" value. "param" my @names = $req->param; my $foo = $req->param('foo'); my @foo = $req->param('foo'); Access "GET" and "POST" parameters. Note that this method caches all data, so it should not be called before the entire request body has been received. "params" my $p = $req->params; All "GET" and "POST" parameters, usually a Mojo::Parameters object. say $req->params->param('foo'); "parse" $req = $req->parse('GET /foo/bar HTTP/1.1'); $req = $req->parse(REQUEST_METHOD => 'GET'); $req = $req->parse({REQUEST_METHOD => 'GET'}); Parse HTTP request chunks or environment hash. "proxy" my $proxy = $req->proxy; $req = $req->proxy('http://foo:bar@'); $req = $req->proxy(Mojo::URL->new('')); Proxy URL for request. # Disable proxy $req->proxy(0); "query_params" my $p = $req->query_params; All "GET" parameters, usually a Mojo::Parameters object. say $req->query_params->to_hash->{'foo'}; SEE ALSO
Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Guides, <>. perl v5.14.2 2012-09-05 Mojo::Message::Request(3pm)

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