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CONFDB_KEY_CREATE

CONFDB_KEY_CREATE

Section: Corosync Cluster Engine Programmer's Manual (3) Updated: 2008-04-17
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NAME

confdb_key_create - Add a new key/value pair to the Configuration Database  

SYNOPSIS

#include <corosync/confdb.h>

confdb_error_t confdb_key_create(confdb_handle_t handle, unsignedint parent_object_handle , void *key_name , void *value , int value_len );

 

DESCRIPTION

The confdb_key_create function adds a new key/value pair to the specified parent object. Parent objects may contain many keys and also sub-objects. The names of keys are not required to be unique: if you call confdb_key_create twice with the same parameters you will create two identical keys in the database. The parent object should already exist in the database, it can be OBJECT_PARENT_HANDLE (the top-level object) but this is not recommended. Unlike objects, keys do not have handles, so you can't go directly to a non-unique key without using the confdb_key_iter function.  

RETURN VALUE

This call returns the CONFDB_OK value if successful, otherwise an error is returned.

 

ERRORS

The errors are undocumented.  

SEE ALSO

confdb_overview(8), confdb_initialize(3), confdb_finalize(3), confdb_dispatch(3), confdb_object_create(3), confdb_object_destroy(3), confdb_object_parent_get(3), confdb_key_create(3), confdb_key_delete(3), confdb_key_get(3), confdb_key_replace(3), confdb_object_find_start(3), confdb_object_find(3), confdb_object_iter_start(3), confdb_object_iter(3), confdb_key_iter_start(3), confdb_key_iter(3),


 

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SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
RETURN VALUE
ERRORS
SEE ALSO

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