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rrpc_inq_interfaces(3ncs)												 rrpc_inq_interfaces(3ncs)

Name
       rrpc_inq_interfaces - obtain a list of the interfaces that a server exports

Syntax
       #include <idl/c/rrpc.h>

       void rrpc_$inq_interfaces(handle, max_ifs, ifs, l_if, status)
       handle_t handle;
       unsigned long max_ifs;
       rrpc_$interface_vec_t ifs[];
       unsigned long *l_if;
       status_$t *status;

Arguments
       handle	      An RPC handle.

       max_ifs	      The maximum number of elements in the array of interface specifiers.

       ifs	      An array of rpc_$if_spec_t.

       l_if	      The index of the last element in the returned array.

       status	      The  completion status.  If the completion status returned in is equal to status_$ok , then the routine that supplied it was
		      successful.

Description
       The routine returns an array of RPC interface specifiers.

Restrictions
       On the client side, because of the way the calls are defined and implemented in the run-time library you  must  explicitly  call  into  the
       entry point vector table for the interface to send an request across the network. The following is an example of a call that works
	 (*rrpc_$client_epv.rrpc_$inq_interfaces)(handle,
		    (unsigned long) max_ifs, ifs, &l_if, &status);
       The server side stub routines call the entry point on behalf of the client.  The results of the call are then passed back to the client.

Files
See Also
       intro(3ncs)

															 rrpc_inq_interfaces(3ncs)

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rrpc_inq_stats(3ncs)													      rrpc_inq_stats(3ncs)

Name
       rrpc_inq_stats - obtain statistics about a server

Syntax
       #include <idl/c/rrpc.h>

       void rrpc_$inq_stats(handle, max_stats, stats, l_stat, status)
       handle_t handle;
       unsigned long max_stats;
       rrpc_$stat_vec_t stats;
       unsigned long *l_stat;
       status_$t *status;

Arguments
       handle	 A remote procedure call (RPC) handle .

       max_stats The maximum number of elements in the array of statistics.

       stats	 An  array  of 32-bit integers representing statistics about the server.  A set of rrpc_$sv constants defines indices for the ele-
		 ments in this array.  The following list describes the statistic indexed by each rrpc_$sv constant:

		   rrpc_$sv_calls_in
			     The number of calls processed by the server.

		   rrpc_$sv_rcvd
			     The number of packets received by the server.

		   rrpc_$sv_sent
			     The number of packets sent by the server.

		   rrpc_$sv_calls_out
			     The number of calls made by the server.

		   rrpc_$sv_frag_resends
			     The number of fragments sent by the server that duplicated previous sends.

		   rrpc_$sv_dup_frags_rcvd
			     The number of duplicate fragments received by the server.

       l_stat	 The index of the last element in the returned array.

       status	 The completion status.  If the completion status returned in is equal to status_$ok , then the routine that supplied it was  suc-
		 cessful.

Description
       The routine returns an array of integer statistics about a server.

Restrictions
       On  the	client	side,  because	of the way the calls are defined and implemented in the run-time library you must explicitly call into the
       entry point vector table for the interface to send an request across the network. The following is an example  of  a  call  that  works	as
       desired:
       (*rrpc_$client_epv.rrpc_$inq_stats)(handle,
	       (unsigned long) max_stats, stats, &l_stat ,&status);

       The server sidestub routine calls the entry oint on behalf of the client.  The results of the call are then passed back to the client.

Files
See Also
       intro(3ncs)

															      rrpc_inq_stats(3ncs)
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