Use the daemon-atrestart function in place of the obsolete magnus_atrestart function.
The magnus_atrestart function enables you to register a callback function named by fn to be used when the server receives a restart signal. Use this function when you need a callback function to deallocate resources allocated by an initialization function.
#include <netsite.h> void magnus_atrestart(void (*fn)(void *), void *data);
void (* fn) (void *) is the callback function.
void *data is the parameter passed to the callback function when the server is restarted.
/* Close log file when server is restarted */ magnus_atrestart(brief_terminate, NULL);return REQPROCEED;
The MALLOC macro is a platform-independent substitute for the C library routine malloc. This macro normally allocates from the request’s memory pool. If pooled memory has been disabled in the configuration file with the pool-init built-in SAF, PERM_MALLOC and MALLOC both obtain their memory from the system heap.
void *MALLOC(int size)
A void pointer to a block of memory.
int size is the number of bytes to allocate.
/* Allocate 256 bytes for a name */char *name;name = (char *) MALLOC(256);