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GRAM Job Functions

GRAM Job Functions

Section: globus gram client (3) Updated: Sat Oct 16 2010
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int globus_gram_client_register_ping (const char *resource_manager_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void *register_callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_ping (const char *resource_manager_contact)

int globus_gram_client_get_jobmanager_version (const char *resource_manager_contact, globus_hashtable_t *extensions)

int globus_gram_client_register_get_jobmanager_version (const char *resource_manager_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t info_callback, void *callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_register_job_request (const char *resource_manager_contact, const char *description, int job_state_mask, const char *callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void *register_callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_job_request (const char *resource_manager_contact, const char *description, int job_state_mask, const char *callback_contact, char **job_contact)

int globus_gram_client_register_job_request_with_info (const char *resource_manager_contact, const char *description, int job_state_mask, const char *callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t callback, void *callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_job_request_with_info (const char *resource_manager_contact, const char *description, int job_state_mask, const char *callback_contact, char **job_contact, globus_gram_client_job_info_t *info)

int globus_gram_client_job_cancel (const char *job_contact)

int globus_gram_client_register_job_cancel (const char *job_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void *register_callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_job_signal (const char *job_contact, globus_gram_protocol_job_signal_t signal, const char *signal_arg, int *job_status, int *failure_code)

int globus_gram_client_register_job_signal (const char *job_contact, globus_gram_protocol_job_signal_t signal, const char *signal_arg, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void *register_callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_job_status (const char *job_contact, int *job_status, int *failure_code)

int globus_gram_client_register_job_status (const char *job_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void *register_callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_register_job_status_with_info (const char *job_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t info_callback, void *callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_job_status_with_info (const char *job_contact, globus_gram_client_job_info_t *info)

int globus_gram_client_job_callback_register (const char *job_contact, int job_state_mask, const char *callback_contact, int *job_status, int *failure_code)

int globus_gram_client_job_callback_unregister (const char *job_contact, const char *callback_contact, int *job_status, int *failure_code)

int globus_gram_client_job_refresh_credentials (char *job_contact, gss_cred_id_t creds)

int globus_gram_client_register_job_refresh_credentials (char *job_contact, gss_cred_id_t creds, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void *register_callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_registration (const char *job_contact, int job_state_mask, const char *callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void *register_callback_arg)

int globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_unregistration (const char *job_contact, const char *callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void *register_callback_arg)
 

Function Documentation

 

int globus_gram_client_register_ping (const char * resource_manager_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)

Send a ping request to a GRAM service. The globus_gram_client_register_ping() function sends a specially-formatted GRAM protocol message which checks to see if a Gatekeeper is running on a given PORT, and whether that Gatekeeper is configured to support the desired job manager service. This is used for diagnostic purposes.

If globus_gram_client_register_ping() determines that this request could not be processed before contacting the gatekeeper (for example, a malformed resource_manager_contact), it will return an error, and the regiser_callback function will not be called. Otherwise, the success or failure an be determined by the operation_failure_code parameter to the function pointed to by the register_callback parameter.

Parameters:

resource_manager_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM contact that this function will contact.
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the gatekeeper. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
register_callback A pointer to a function to call when the ping request has completed or failed.
register_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by register_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_register_ping() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and the register_callback function will be called once the ping operation completes. If an error occurs, this function returns an integer error code and the function pointed to by the register_callback parameter will not be called.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_ping (const char * resource_manager_contact)

Send a ping request to a GRAM service. The globus_gram_client_ping() function sends a specially-formatted GRAM protocol message which checks to see if a Gatekeeper is running on a given PORT, and whether that Gatekeeper is configured to support the desired job manager service. This is used for diagnostic purposes.

Parameters:

resource_manager_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM contact that this function will contact.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_ping() contacts the gatekeeper service and returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS. If an error occurs, this function returns an integer error code.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_get_jobmanager_version (const char * resource_manager_contact, globus_hashtable_t * extensions)

Get version information from a job manager. The globus_gram_client_get_jobmanager_version() function sends a message to a GRAM service which returns information about the job manager version in the value pointed to by the extensions parameter. Note that job managers prior to GT5 do not support the version request and so will return a GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_HTTP_UNPACK_FAILED error. This function blocks while processing this request.

Parameters:

resource_manager_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM contact.
extensions A pointer to a hash table which will be initialized to contain the version information returned by the service. The extensions defined by GRAM5 are toolkit-version and version.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_get_jobmanager_version() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and modifies the extensions parameter as described above. If an error occurs, the integer error code will be returned and the value pointed to by the extensions parameter is undefined.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_BAD_GATEKEEPER_CONTACT Bad gatekeeper contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NULL_PARAMETER NULL parameter
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol failed
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_register_get_jobmanager_version (const char * resource_manager_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t info_callback, void * callback_arg)

Get version information from a job manager without blocking. The globus_gram_client_register_get_jobmanager_version() function sends a message to a GRAM service which returns information about the job manager version to the function pointed to by the info_callback function. Note that job managers prior to GT5 do not support the version request and so will return a GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_HTTP_UNPACK_FAILED error. This function blocks while processing this request.

Parameters:

resource_manager_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM contact.
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the gatekeeper. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
info_callback A pointer to a function to call when the version request has completed or failed.
callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by info_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_register_get_jobmanager_version() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and begins processing the version request to contact resource_manager_contact; when complete, the info_callback function will be called. If an error occurs, the integer error code will be returned and the value pointed to by the extensions parameter is undefined.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_BAD_GATEKEEPER_CONTACT Bad gatekeeper contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NULL_PARAMETER NULL parameter
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol failed
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_register_job_request (const char * resource_manager_contact, const char * description, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)

Send a job request to a GRAM service. The globus_gram_client_register_job_request() function sends a GRAM protocol message to a service to request that it start a job on behalf of the client.

If globus_gram_client_register_job_request() determines that this request could not be processed before contacting the gatekeeper (for example, a malformed resource_manager_contact), it will return an error, and the regiser_callback function will not be called. Otherwise, the success or failure an be determined by the operation_failure_code parameter to the function pointed to by the register_callback parameter.

Parameters:

resource_manager_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM contact that this function will contact.
description A pointer to a string containing the job request information formatted in RSL syntax.
job_state_mask A bitwise-or of the GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_* states that the job manager will send job state notification messages for to the contact named by callback_contact.
callback_contact A GRAM listener contact that the job manager will send job state notification messages to.
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the gatekeeper. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
register_callback A pointer to a function to call when the job_request request has completed or failed.
register_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by register_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_register_job_request() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and the register_callback function will be called once the job request operation completes. If an error occurs, this function returns an integer error code and the function pointed to by the register_callback parameter will not be called.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_job_request (const char * resource_manager_contact, const char * description, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, char ** job_contact)

Send a job request to a GRAM service. The globus_gram_client_job_request() function sends a GRAM protocol message to a service to request that it start a job on behalf of the client. Unlike, globus_gram_client_register_job_request(), globus_gram_client_job_request() blocks until the job request has been processed by the service.

Parameters:

resource_manager_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM contact that this function will contact.
description A pointer to a string containing the job request information formatted in RSL syntax.
job_state_mask A bitwise-or of the GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_* states that the job manager will send job state notification messages for to the contact named by callback_contact.
callback_contact A GRAM listener contact that the job manager will send job state notification messages to.
job_contact An output parameter pointing to a string that will be set to the job contact for this job. This value will only be set if the job request is successful or the two-phase commit protocol is being used and the return code is GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_WAITING_FOR_COMMIT.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_job_request() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and modifies the value pointed to by job_contact as described above. If an error occurs, this function returns an integer error code and the value pointed to by job_contact. In addition to the error codes described below, any globus_gram_protocol_error_t value may be returned as a cause for the job to fail.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_register_job_request_with_info (const char * resource_manager_contact, const char * description, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t callback, void * callback_arg)

Send a job request to a GRAM service with extensions-aware callback. The globus_gram_client_register_job_request_with_info() function sends a GRAM protocol message to a service to request that it start a job on behalf of the client.

If globus_gram_client_register_job_request_with_info() determines that this request could not be processed before contacting the gatekeeper (for example, a malformed resource_manager_contact), it will return an error, and the callback function will not be called. Otherwise, the success or failure an be determined by the operation_failure_code parameter to the function pointed to by the callback parameter. The difference between this function and globus_gram_client_register_job_request() is the function signature of the callback function.

Parameters:

resource_manager_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM contact that this function will contact.
description A pointer to a string containing the job request information formatted in RSL syntax.
job_state_mask A bitwise-or of the GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_* states that the job manager will send job state notification messages for to the contact named by callback_contact.
callback_contact A GRAM listener contact that the job manager will send job state notification messages to.
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the gatekeeper. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
callback A pointer to a function to call when the job_request request has completed or failed.
callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_register_job_request_with_info() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and the callback function will be called once the job request operation completes. If an error occurs, this function returns an integer error code and the function pointed to by the callback parameter will not be called.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_job_request_with_info (const char * resource_manager_contact, const char * description, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, char ** job_contact, globus_gram_client_job_info_t * info)

Send a job request to a GRAM service and parse extensions in the response. The globus_gram_client_job_request_with_info() function sends a GRAM protocol message to a service to request that it start a job on behalf of the client. Unlike, globus_gram_client_register_job_request_with_info(), globus_gram_client_job_request_with_info() blocks until the job request has been processed by the service.

Parameters:

resource_manager_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM contact that this function will contact.
description A pointer to a string containing the job request information formatted in RSL syntax.
job_state_mask A bitwise-or of the GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_* states that the job manager will send job state notification messages for to the contact named by callback_contact.
callback_contact A GRAM listener contact that the job manager will send job state notification messages to.
job_contact An output parameter pointing to a string that will be set to the job contact for this job. This value will only be set if the job request is successful or the two-phase commit protocol is being used and the return code is GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_WAITING_FOR_COMMIT.
info An output parameter pointing to a structure to hold the extensions in the GRAM response. The caller is responsible for destroying this by calling the globus_gram_client_job_info_destroy() function.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_job_request_with_info() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and modifies the values pointed to by job_contact and info as described above. If an error occurs, this function returns an integer error code and the value pointed to by job_contact. In addition to the error codes described below, any globus_gram_protocol_error_t value may be returned as a cause for the job to fail.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_job_cancel (const char * job_contact)

Cancel a GRAM job. The globus_gram_client_job_cancel() function cancels a GRAM job. Depending on the job's current state, this cancellation may be immediate or require a delay for interacting with the LRM servicing the job. Notification when the job has been successfully canceled will be sent to all client contacts registered for notifications after the cancellation has been completely processed. Unlike, globus_gram_client_register_job_cancel(), globus_gram_client_job_cancel() blocks until the job cancel request has been processed by the service.

Parameters:

job_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM job contact that this function will contact to cancel the job.

Returns:

Upon succes, globus_gram_client_job_cancel() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS if the cancellation was successful posted to the service. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_job_cancel() returns one of the globus_gram_protocol_error_t values values indicating why the client could not cancel the job.

See also:

globus_gram_client_register_job_cancel()

 

int globus_gram_client_register_job_cancel (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)

Cancel a GRAM job. The globus_gram_client_register_job_cancel() function sends a message to a GRAM service to cancel a GRAM job. Depending on the job's current state, this cancellation may be immediate or require a delay for interacting with the LRM servicing the job. In either case, this function returns as soon as it is able to start sending the message. Notification when the job has been successfully canceled will be sent to all client contacts registered for notifications after the cancellation has been completely processed.

Parameters:

job_contact A NULL-terminated character string containing a GRAM job contact that this function will contact to cancel the job.
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the job. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
register_callback A pointer to a function to call when the job_request request has completed or failed.
register_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by register_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon succes, globus_gram_client_register_job_cancel() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS if the cancellation was successful posted to the service. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_register_job_cancel() returns one an integer error code indicating why it could not cancel the job.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

See also:

globus_gram_client_job_cancel()

 

int globus_gram_client_job_signal (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_protocol_job_signal_t signal, const char * signal_arg, int * job_status, int * failure_code)

Send a signal a GRAM job. The globus_gram_client_job_signal() function sends a signal message to a job managed by the GRAM service. Signals consist of a signal number and an optional string argument. The meanings of the signals supported by the GRAM job manager are defined in the GRAM Protocol documentation. Unlike globus_gram_client_register_job_signal(), this function blocks until the signal has been delivered and acknowledged by the GRAM service.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job manager to contact. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
signal The signal code to send to the job manager.
signal_arg Parameters for the signal, as described in the documentation for the globus_gram_protocol_job_signal_t enumeration.
job_status An output parameter pointing to an integer to set to the status of the job after the signal has been processed.
failure_code An output parameter pointing to an integer to set to the reason why the job has failed if the value pointed to by job_status is set to GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_FAILED by this function.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_job_signal() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS after sending the signal and receiving a response and modifies the job_status and failure_code parameters as described above. If an error occurs, this function returns an integer error code indicating why the client could not signal the job.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

See also:

globus_gram_client_register_job_signal()

 

int globus_gram_client_register_job_signal (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_protocol_job_signal_t signal, const char * signal_arg, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)

Send a signal a GRAM job. The globus_gram_client_register_job_signal() function sends a signal message to a job managed by the GRAM service. Signals consist of a signal number and an optional string argument. The meanings of the signals supported by the GRAM job manager are defined in the GRAM Protocol documentation. This function returns as soon as it has determined that its parameters are valid and it has begun to send the message to the GRAM service.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job manager to contact. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
signal The signal code to send to the job manager.
signal_arg Parameters for the signal, as described in the documentation for the globus_gram_protocol_job_signal_t enumeration.
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the job. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
register_callback A pointer to a function to call when the signal request has completed or failed.
register_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by register_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_job_register_signal() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS after beginnning to send the signal to the GRAM job and registers the register_callback function to be called once that has completed. If an error occurs, this function returns an integer error code indicating why the client could not signal the job.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

See also:

globus_gram_client_register_job_signal()

 

int globus_gram_client_job_status (const char * job_contact, int * job_status, int * failure_code)

Send a status query to a GRAM job. The globus_gram_client_status() function queries the current status of the job associated with the job contact, returning its current status, as well as the job's failure reason if it has failed in this function's return parameters. This function blocks until the service has responded to the status query.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to query. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
job_status An output parameter that points to an integer to be set to the current status of the job named by the job_contact parameter.
failure_code An output parameter that points to an integer to be set to the reason why the job failed if its current status is GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_FAILED. If the job has not failed, the value will be set to 0.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_job_status() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS, sends a job state query to the job named by job_contact and parses the service response, modifying the values pointed to by job_status and failure_code as described above. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_job_status() returns an integer error code.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_register_job_status (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)

Send a status query to a GRAM job. The globus_gram_client_register_job_status() function initiates a query of the current status of the job associated with the job contact parameter. The job's status and failure code are passed to the function pointed to by the register_callback parameter. This function returns as soon as it has begun requesting the job status.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to query. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the job. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
register_callback A pointer to a function to call when the status request has completed or failed.
register_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by register_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_register_job_status() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and begins to send a job state query to the job named by job_contact and registers the function pointed to by the register_callback parameter to be called once the status query terminates or fails. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_register_job_status() returns an integer error code.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NULL_PARAMETER Null parameter

 

int globus_gram_client_register_job_status_with_info (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t info_callback, void * callback_arg)

Send a status query to a GRAM job. The globus_gram_client_register_job_status_with_info() function initiates a query of the current status of the job associated with the job contact parameter. Job information is returned via the job_info parameter passed to the function pointed to by the info_callback parameter. This function returns as soon as it has begun requesting the job status.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to query. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the job. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
info_callback A pointer to a function to call when the status request has completed or failed.
callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by info_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_register_job_status_with_info() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and begins to send a job state query to the job named by job_contact and registers the function pointed to by the info_callback parameter to be called once the status query terminates or fails. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_register_job_status_with_info() returns an integer error code.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NULL_PARAMETER Null parameter

 

int globus_gram_client_job_status_with_info (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_client_job_info_t * info)

Send a status query to a GRAM job. The globus_gram_client_status_with_info() function queries the current status of the job associated with the job contact, returning its current status, as well as the job's failure reason if it has failed in this function's return parameters. This function blocks until the service has responded to the status query.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to query. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
info An output parameter that points to a globus_gram_client_job_info_t structure which will be populated with the state information associated with the job named by the job_contact parameter. The caller is responsible for calling globus_gram_client_job_info_destroy() to free the state pointed to by this parameter if this function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_job_status_with_info() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS, sends a job state query to the job named by job_contact and parses the service response, modifying the structure pointed to by info as described above. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_job_status_with_info() returns an integer error code.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_job_callback_register (const char * job_contact, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, int * job_status, int * failure_code)

Register a new callback contact to be notified for job state changes. The globus_gram_client_job_callback_register() function contacts a GRAM service managing a job and instructs it to send subsequent job state callbacks to the client listening for callbacks at the contact url named by the callback_contact parameter. This function blocks until the registration operation either completes or exits.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to contact. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
job_state_mask A bitwise-or of the GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_* states that the job manager will send job state notification messages for to the contact named by callback_contact.
callback_contact A URL string containing a GRAM client callback. This string is normally be generated by a process calling globus_gram_client_callback_allow().
job_status An output parameter pointing to an integer to set to the status of the job after the registration message has been processed.
failure_code An output parameter that points to an integer to be set to the reason why the job failed if its current status is GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_FAILED. If the job has not failed, the value will be set to 0.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_job_callback_register() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS, sends a registration request the job named by job_contact and parses the service response, modifying the values pointed to by the job_status and failure_code parameters as described above. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_job_callback_register() returns an integer error code indicating why it can't register the callback contact. The return code may be any value defined by the globus_gram_protocol_error_t enumeration in addition to those listed below.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_job_callback_unregister (const char * job_contact, const char * callback_contact, int * job_status, int * failure_code)

Unregister a callback contact to stop job state change notifications. The globus_gram_client_job_callback_unregister() function contacts a GRAM service managing a job and instructs it to stop sending job state callbacks to the client listening for callbacks at the contact url named by the callback_contact parameter. This function blocks until the unregistration operation either completes or exits. It is possible that callbacks related to the job arrive at the contact after this function returns depending on network delays.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to contact. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
callback_contact A URL string containing a GRAM client callback. This string is normally be generated by a process calling globus_gram_client_callback_allow().
job_status An output parameter pointing to an integer to set to the status of the job after the registration message has been processed.
failure_code An output parameter that points to an integer to be set to the reason why the job failed if its current status is GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_FAILED. If the job has not failed, the value will be set to 0.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_job_callback_unregister() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS, sends an unregister request the job named by job_contact and parses the service response, modifying the values pointed to by the job_status and failure_code parameters as described above. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_job_callback_unregister() returns an integer error code indicating why it can't unregister the callback contact. The return code may be any value defined by the globus_gram_protocol_error_t enumeration in addition to those listed below.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_job_refresh_credentials (char * job_contact, gss_cred_id_t creds)

Delegate a new credential to a job. The globus_gram_client_job_refresh_credentials() function sends a 'renew' signal to a GRAM service and then initiates the delegation of a new credential to the job manager and job. This prevents errors that can occur when a credential expires. This function blocks until the delegation has completed or failed.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to contact. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
creds A GSSAPI credential handle which will be used to authenticate with the job manager and sign the delegated credential. This parameter's value may be set to GSS_C_NO_CREDENTIAL to indicate the desire to use this process's default credential.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_job_refresh_credentials() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS, sends an proxy renew request the job named by job_contact, parses the service response and performs a GSSAPI delegation to send a new credential to the job service. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_job_refresh_credentials() returns an integer error code indicating why it can't refresh the job service's credential. The return code may be any value defined by the globus_gram_protocol_error_t enumeration in addition to those listed below.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_register_job_refresh_credentials (char * job_contact, gss_cred_id_t creds, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)

Delegate a new credential to a job. The globus_gram_client_register_job_refresh_credentials() function sends a 'renew' signal to a GRAM service and then initiates the delegation of a new credential to the job manager and job. This prevents errors that can occur when a credential expires. This function returns as soon as it has determined that its parameters are valid and it has begun to send the message to the GRAM service.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to contact. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
creds A GSSAPI credential handle which will be used to authenticate with the job manager and sign the delegated credential. This parameter's value may be set to GSS_C_NO_CREDENTIAL to indicate the desire to use this process's default credential.
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the job. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
register_callback A pointer to a function to call when the status request has completed or failed.
register_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by register_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_job_refresh_credentials() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS and begins sending the 'renew' request to the GRAM service. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_job_refresh_credentials() returns an integer error code indicating why it can't refresh the job service's credential. The return code may be any value defined by the globus_gram_protocol_error_t enumeration in addition to those listed below.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_registration (const char * job_contact, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)

Register a new callback contact to be notified for job state changes. The globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_registration() function initiates the protocol to contact a GRAM service and request that it send subsequent job state callbacks to the client listening for callbacks at the contact url named by the callback_contact parameter. This function returns as soon as it has validated its parameters and begun sending the GRAM message. When the registration is complete, the function pointed to by register_callback is called.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to contact. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
job_state_mask A bitwise-or of the GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_* states that the job manager will send job state notification messages for to the contact named by callback_contact.
callback_contact A URL string containing a GRAM client callback. This string is normally be generated by a process calling globus_gram_client_callback_allow().
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the job. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
register_callback A pointer to a function to call when the registration request has completed or failed.
register_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by register_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_registration() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS, begins to send a registration request to the job named by job_contact, and schedules the register_callback to be called once the registration completes or fails. If an error occurs, this function returns an integer error code indicating why it can't process the request.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

See also:

globus_gram_client_job_callback_register()

 

int globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_unregistration (const char * job_contact, const char * callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)

Unregister a callback contact to stop job state change notifications. The globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_unregistration() function initiates the protocol to contact a GRAM service and request that it stop sending job state callbacks to the client listening at the contact url named by the callback_contact parameter. This function returns as soon as it has validated its parameters and begun sending the GRAM message. When the unregistration is complete, the function pointed to by register_callback is called.

Parameters:

job_contact The job contact string of the job to contact. This is the same value returned from globus_gram_client_job_request().
callback_contact A URL string containing a GRAM client callback. This string is normally be generated by a process calling globus_gram_client_callback_allow().
attr A set of client attributes to use to contact the job. If no custom attributes are needed, the caller should pass the value GLOBUS_GRAM_CLIENT_NO_ATTR.
register_callback A pointer to a function to call when the registration request has completed or failed.
register_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which will be passed to the function pointed to by register_callback as its user_callback_arg parameter.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_unregistration() function returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS, begins sending an unregister request to the job named by job_contact and schedules the function pointed to by the register_callback parameter to be called. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_unregistration() returns an integer error code indicating why it can't process the unregister request.

Return values:

GLOBUS_GRAM_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_FAILED Protocol error
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_JOB_CONTACT Invalid job contact
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

See also:

globus_gram_client_job_callback_unregister()

 

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Index

NAME
Functions
Function Documentation
int globus_gram_client_register_ping (const char * resource_manager_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_ping (const char * resource_manager_contact)
int globus_gram_client_get_jobmanager_version (const char * resource_manager_contact, globus_hashtable_t * extensions)
int globus_gram_client_register_get_jobmanager_version (const char * resource_manager_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t info_callback, void * callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_register_job_request (const char * resource_manager_contact, const char * description, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_job_request (const char * resource_manager_contact, const char * description, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, char ** job_contact)
int globus_gram_client_register_job_request_with_info (const char * resource_manager_contact, const char * description, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t callback, void * callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_job_request_with_info (const char * resource_manager_contact, const char * description, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, char ** job_contact, globus_gram_client_job_info_t * info)
int globus_gram_client_job_cancel (const char * job_contact)
int globus_gram_client_register_job_cancel (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_job_signal (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_protocol_job_signal_t signal, const char * signal_arg, int * job_status, int * failure_code)
int globus_gram_client_register_job_signal (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_protocol_job_signal_t signal, const char * signal_arg, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_job_status (const char * job_contact, int * job_status, int * failure_code)
int globus_gram_client_register_job_status (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_register_job_status_with_info (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t info_callback, void * callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_job_status_with_info (const char * job_contact, globus_gram_client_job_info_t * info)
int globus_gram_client_job_callback_register (const char * job_contact, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, int * job_status, int * failure_code)
int globus_gram_client_job_callback_unregister (const char * job_contact, const char * callback_contact, int * job_status, int * failure_code)
int globus_gram_client_job_refresh_credentials (char * job_contact, gss_cred_id_t creds)
int globus_gram_client_register_job_refresh_credentials (char * job_contact, gss_cred_id_t creds, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_registration (const char * job_contact, int job_state_mask, const char * callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)
int globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_unregistration (const char * job_contact, const char * callback_contact, globus_gram_client_attr_t attr, globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t register_callback, void * register_callback_arg)
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