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EVS_LEAVE

EVS_LEAVE

Section: Corosync Cluster Engine Programmer's Manual (3) Updated: 2004-08-31
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NAME

evs_leave - Leave one or more groups in the EVS library  

SYNOPSIS

#include <corosync/evs.h>

int evs_leave(evs_handle_t handle, evs_group_t *groups, int group_entries);  

DESCRIPTION

The evs_leave function is used to leave one or more groups. The joined groups are used with evs_mcast_joined(3) function to multicast to the groups joined in the argument handle. Messages that are sent to any of the joined groups to the parameter handle will be delivered by evs_dispatch(3).

This call may be used more then once on a handle.

The argument groups is used to specify the groups to leave. A group is a 32 byte key. The key is not a string, hence, the entire key is used when leaveing the channel. For that reason the entire group should be initialized.

The argument group_entries specifies how many entries are located in the groups argument.

The groups argument is of the type evs_group_t which is defined by the structure:


typedef struct {
        char key[32];
} evs_groups_t;

 

RETURN VALUE

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

 

ERRORS

The errors are undocumented.  

SEE ALSO

evs_overview(8), evs_initialize(3), evs_finalize(3), evs_fd_get(3), evs_dispatch(3), evs_join(3), evs_mcast_joined(3), evs_mcast_groups(3), evs_mmembership_get(3) evs_context_get(3) evs_context_set(3)


 

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