cc [ flag… ] file… –ldat [ library… ] #include <dat/udat.h> DAT_RETURN dat_ep_dup_connect ( IN DAT_EP_HANDLE ep_handle, IN DAT_EP_HANDLE dup_ep_handle, IN DAT_TIMEOUT timeout, IN DAT_COUNT private_data_size, IN const DAT_PVOID private_data, IN DAT_QOS qos )
Handle for an instance of an Endpoint.
Connected local Endpoint that specifies a requested connection remote end.
Duration of time, in microseconds, that Consumers wait for Connection establishment. The value of DAT_TIMEOUT_INFINITE represents no timeout, indefinite wait. Values must be positive.
Size of private_data. Must be nonnegative.
Pointer to the private data that should be provided to the remote Consumer as part of the Connection Request. If private_data_size is zero, then private_data can be NULL.
Requested Quality of Service of the connection.
The dat_ep_dup_connect() function requests that a connection be established between the local Endpoint and a remote Endpoint. This operation is used by the active/client side Consumer of the connection model. The remote Endpoint is identified by the dup_ep_handle. The remote end of the requested connection shall be the same as the remote end of the dup_ep_handle. This is equivalent to requesting a connection to the same remote IA, Connection Qualifier, and connect_flags as used for establishing the connection on duplicated Endpoints and following the same redirections.
Upon establishing the requested connection as part of the successful completion of this operation, the local Endpoint is bound to a Port Qualifier of the local IA. The Port Qualifier is passed to the remote side of the requested connection and is available to the remote Consumer in the Connection Request of the DAT_CONNECTION_REQUEST_EVENT.
The Consumer-provided private_data is passed to the remote side and is provided to the remote Consumer in the Connection Request. Consumers can encapsulate any local Endpoint attributes that remote Consumers need to know as part of an upper-level protocol. Providers can also provide a Provider on the remote side any local Endpoint attributes and Transport-specific information needed for Connection establishment by the Transport.
Upon successful completion of this operation, the local Endpoint is transferred into DAT_EP_STATE_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_PENDING.
Consumers can request a specific value of qos. The Provider specifies which Quality of Service it supports in documentation and in the Provider attributes. If the local Provider or Transport does not support the requested qos, the operation fails and DAT_MODEL_NOT_SUPPORTED is returned synchronously. If the remote Provider does not support the requested qos, the local Endpoint is automatically transitioned into a DAT_EP_STATE_UNDISCONNECTED state, the connection is not established, and the event returned on the connect_evd_handle is DAT_CONNECTION_EVENT_NON_PEER_REJECTED. The same DAT_CONNECTION_EVENT_NON_PEER_REJECTED event is returned if connection cannot be established for all reasons for not establishing the connection, except timeout, remote host not reachable, and remote peer reject. For example, remote host is not reachable, remote Consumer is not listening on the requested Connection Qualifier, Backlog of the requested Service Point is full, and Transport errors. In this case, the local Endpoint is automatically transitioned into a DAT_EP_STATE_UNDISCONNECTED state.
The acceptance of the requested connection by the remote Consumer is reported to the local Consumer through a DAT_CONNECTION_EVENT_ESTABLISHED event on the connect_evd_handle of the local Endpoint.
The rejection of the connection by the remote Consumer is reported to the local Consumer through a DAT_CONNECTION_EVENT_PEER_REJECTED event on the connect_evd_handle of the local Endpoint and the local Endpoint is automatically transitioned into a DAT_EP_STATE_UNDISCONNECTED state.
When the Provider cannot reach the remote host or the remote host does not respond within the Consumer-requested timeout, a DAT_CONNECTION_EVENT_UNREACHABLE is generated on the connect_evd_handle of the Endpoint. The Endpoint transitions into a DAT_EP_STATE_DISCONNECTED state.
The local Endpoint is automatically transitioned into a DAT_EP_STATE_CONNECTED state when a Connection Request is accepted by the remote Consumer and the Provider completes the Transport-specific Connection establishment. The local Consumer is notified of the established connection through a DAT_CONNECTION_EVENT_ESTABLISHED event on the connect_evd_handle of the local Endpoint.
When the timeout expired prior to completion of the Connection establishment, the local Endpoint is automatically transitioned into a DAT_EP_STATE_UNDISCONNECTED state and the local Consumer through a DAT_CONNECTION_EVENT_TIMED_OUT event on the connect_evd_handle of the local Endpoint.
The operation was successful.
The operation failed due to resource limitations.
The ep_handle or dup_ep_handle parameter is invalid.
A parameter is in an invalid state.
The requested Model is not supported by the Provider. For example, requested qos was not supported by the local Provider.
It is up to the Consumer to negotiate outstanding RDMA Read incoming and outgoing with a remote peer. The outstanding RDMA Read outgoing attribute should be smaller than the remote Endpoint outstanding RDMA Read incoming attribute. If this is not the case, connection establishment might fail.
DAT API does not define a protocol on how remote peers exchange Endpoint attributes. The exchange of outstanding RDMA Read incoming and outgoing attributes of EPs is left to the Consumer ULP. The Consumer can use Private Data for it.
If the Consumer does not care about posting RDMA Read operations or remote RDMA Read operations on the connection, it can set the two outstanding RDMA Read attribute values to 0.
If the Consumer does not set the two outstanding RDMA Read attributes of the Endpoint, the Provider is free to pick up any values as a default. The Provider is allowed to change these default values during connection setup.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: