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VENTI-CONN(3)		   Library Functions Manual		 VENTI-CONN(3)

NAME
       VtConn, vtconn, vtdial, vtfreeconn, vtsend, vtrecv, vtversion, vtdebug,
       vthangup	- Venti	network	connections

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<u.h>
       #include	<libc.h>
       #include	<venti.h>

       typedef struct VtConn {
	   int	debug;
	   char	*version;
	   char	*uid;
	   char	*sid;
	   char	addr[256];
	   ...
       } VtConn;

       VtConn*	  vtconn(int infd, int outfd)

       int	  vtreconn(VtConn *z, int infd,	int outfd)

       VtConn*	  vtdial(char *addr)

       int	  vtredial(VtConn *z, char *addr)

       int	  vtversion(VtConn *z)

       int	  vtsend(VtConn	*z, Packet *p)

       Packet*	  vtrecv(VtConn	*z)

       void	  vtrecvproc(void *z)

       void	  vtsendproc(void *z)

       void	  vtdebug(VtConn *z, char *fmt,	...)

       void	  vthangup(VtConn *z)

       void	  vtfreeconn(VtConn *z)

       extern int chattyventi;/* default 0 */

DESCRIPTION
       A VtConn	structure represents a connection to a Venti server (when used
       by  a  client) or to a client (when used	by a server).  It contains the
       following user-visible fields: debug, a flag enabling debugging prints;
       version,	the protocol version in	use; uid, the (unverified) name	of the
       client; sid, the	(unverified) name of the server; and addr, the network
       address of the remote side.

       Vtconn  initializes  a  new connection structure	using file descriptors
       infd and	outfd (which may be the	same) for reading and writing.	Vtdial
       dials  the  given network address (see and returns a corresponding con-
       nection.	 It returns nil	if the connection cannot be established.

       Vtversion exchanges version information with the	 remote	 side  as  de-
       scribed in The negotiated version is stored in z->version.

       Vtsend  writes  a packet	(see on	the connection z.  The packet p	should
       be a formatted Venti message as might be	returned by  vtfcallpack;  vt-
       send  will  add the two-byte length field (see at the begnning.	Vtsend
       frees p,	even on	error.

       Vtrecv reads a packet from the connection z.  Analogous to vtsend,  the
       data  read  from	 the connection	must start with	a two-byte length, but
       the returned packet will	omit them.

       By default, vtsend and vtrecv block until the packet can	be written  or
       read  from the network.	In a threaded program (see this	may not	be de-
       sirable.	 If the	caller arranges	for vtsendproc and vtrecvproc  to  run
       in  their  own procs (typically by calling proccreate), then vtsend and
       vtrecv will yield the proc in which they	are run	to other threads  when
       waiting	 on  the  network.   The  void*	 argument  to  vtsendproc  and
       vtrecvproc must be the connection structure z.

       Vtdebug prints the formatted message to standard	error when z->debug is
       set.  Otherwise it is a no-op.

       Vthangup	hangs up a connection.	It closes the associated file descrip-
       tors and	shuts down send	and receive procs if they have	been  started.
       Future  calls to	vtrecv or vtsend will return errors.  Additional calls
       to vthangup will	have no	effect.

       Vtfreeconn frees	the connection structure, hanging it up	first if  nec-
       essary.

       If the global variable chattyventi is set, the library prints all Venti
       RPCs to standard	error as they are sent or received.

SOURCE
       /src/libventi

SEE ALSO
DIAGNOSTICS
       Routines	that return pointers return nil	on error.  Routines  returning
       integers	 return	0 on success, -1 on error.  All	routines set errstr on
       error.

								 VENTI-CONN(3)

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