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dpm_updatespace(3) [debian man page]

DPM_UPDATESPACE(3)					       DPM Library Functions						DPM_UPDATESPACE(3)

NAME
dpm_updatespace - update space SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/types.h> #include "dpm_api.h" int dpm_updatespace (char *s_token, u_signed64 req_t_space, u_signed64 req_g_space, time_t req_lifetime, int nbgids, gid_t *req_gids, u_signed64 *actual_t_space, u_signed64 *actual_g_space, time_t *actual_lifetime) DESCRIPTION
dpm_updatespace updates space. The input arguments are: s_token specifies the token returned by a previous reservespace request. req_t_space Total space requested in bytes. If set to -1, the current value is unchanged. req_g_space Guaranteed space requested in bytes. If set to -1, the current value is unchanged. req_lifetime specifies the requested space lifetime (in seconds) relative to the current time. If set to -1, the current value is unchanged. nbgids is the size of the array of group ids req_gids. If set to -1, the current value is unchanged. req_gids when zero, the space is reserved for the user if the requester has a proxy without VOMS extension or for the group if the requester has a proxy with VOMS extension. If not zero, the space is reserved for this set of group ids. If the caller does not belong to the group, it must have ADMIN privileges. The output arguments are: actual_t_space Total space reserved in bytes (best effort). actual_g_space Guaranteed space reserved in bytes. actual_lifetime Lifetime of the reserved space (in seconds) relative to the current time. RETURN VALUE
This routine returns 0 if the operation was successful or -1 if the operation failed. In the latter case, serrno is set appropriately. ERRORS
EFAULT s_token is a NULL pointer or nbgids is greater than 0 and req_gids is a NULL pointer. EINVAL s_token is invalid (too long) or unknown or the space requested is not a positive value or the number of gids is too big. SENOSHOST Host unknown. SEINTERNAL Database error. SECOMERR Communication error. LCG
$Date$ DPM_UPDATESPACE(3)

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DPM_GETPOOLS(3) 					       DPM Library Functions						   DPM_GETPOOLS(3)

NAME
dpm_getpools - get list of pools SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/types.h> #include "dpm_api.h" int dpm_getpools (int *nbpools, struct dpm_pool **dpm_pools) DESCRIPTION
dpm_getpools gets list of pools. The output arguments are: nbpools will be set to the number of replies in the array of pools. dpm_pools will be set to the address of an array of dpm_pool structures allocated by the API. The client application is responsible for free- ing the array when not needed anymore. This is also necessary for the gids entry of each dpm_pool. struct dpm_pool { char poolname[CA_MAXPOOLNAMELEN+1]; u_signed64 defsize; int gc_start_thresh; int gc_stop_thresh; int def_lifetime; int defpintime; int max_lifetime; int maxpintime; char fss_policy[CA_MAXPOLICYLEN+1]; char gc_policy[CA_MAXPOLICYLEN+1]; char mig_policy[CA_MAXPOLICYLEN+1]; char rs_policy[CA_MAXPOLICYLEN+1]; int nbgids gid_t *gids; /* restrict the pool to given group(s) */ char ret_policy; /* retention policy: 'R', 'O' or 'C' */ char s_type; /* space type: 'V', 'D' or 'P' */ u_signed64 capacity; u_signed64 free; struct dpm_fs *elemp; int nbelem; int next_elem; /* next pool element to be used */ }; RETURN VALUE
This routine returns 0 if the operation was successful or -1 if the operation failed. In the latter case, serrno is set appropriately. ERRORS
EFAULT nbpools or dpm_pools is a NULL pointer. ENOMEM Memory could not be allocated for storing the reply. SENOSHOST Host unknown. SECOMERR Communication error. LCG
$Date: 2007/04/30 06:39:28 $ DPM_GETPOOLS(3)

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