SVC_FIND_XPRT(9) Linux Networking SVC_FIND_XPRT(9)NAME
svc_find_xprt - find an RPC transport instance
struct svc_xprt * svc_find_xprt(struct svc_serv * serv, const char * xcl_name, struct net * net, const sa_family_t af,
const unsigned short port);
pointer to svc_serv to search
C string containing transport's class name
owner net pointer
Address family of transport's local address
transport's IP port number
Return the transport instance pointer for the endpoint accepting connections/peer traffic from the specified transport class, address
family and port.
Specifying 0 for the address family or port is effectively a wild-card, and will result in matching the first transport in the service's
list that has a matching class name.
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t_close(3) Library Functions Manual t_close(3)NAME
t_close() - close a transport endpoint
The function informs the transport provider that the user is finished with the transport endpoint specified by fd, and frees any local
library resources associated with the endpoint. also closes the file descriptor associated with the transport endpoint.
should be called from the state (see t_getstate(3)). However, this function does not check state information, so it may be called from any
state to close a transport endpoint. If this occurs, the local library resources associated with the endpoint will be freed automatically.
will also be issued for that file descriptor. The close will be abortive if no other process has that file open and will break any trans-
port connection that may be associated with that endpoint.
All - apart from
is not fork-safe.
Upon successful completion, a value of 0 is returned. Otherwise, a value of -1 is returned and is set to indicate the error.
[TBADF] The specified file descriptor does not refer to a transport endpoint.
[TPROTO] (XTI only) This error indicates that a communication problem has been detected between XTI and the transport provider
for which there is no suitable XTI (
SEE ALSO t_getstate(3), t_open(3), t_unbind(3), thread_safety(5).
STANDARDS CONFORMANCE t_close(3)
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