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Oracle Solaris Cluster Data Services Developer's Guide     Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.0
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1.  Overview of Resource Management

2.  Developing a Data Service

3.  Resource Management API Reference

4.  Modifying a Resource Type

5.  Sample Data Service

6.  Data Service Development Library

7.  Designing Resource Types

8.  Sample DSDL Resource Type Implementation

9.  Oracle Solaris Cluster Agent Builder

10.  Generic Data Service

11.  DSDL API Functions

General-Purpose Functions

Initialization Functions

Retrieval Functions

Failover and Restart Functions

Execution Functions

Property Functions

Network Resource Access Functions

Host Name Functions

Port List Functions

Network Address Functions

Fault Monitoring Using TCP Connections Functions

PMF Functions

Fault Monitor Functions

Utility Functions

12.  Cluster Reconfiguration Notification Protocol

A.  Sample Data Service Code Listings

B.  DSDL Sample Resource Type Code Listings

C.  Requirements for Non-Cluster-Aware Applications

D.  Document Type Definitions for the CRNP

E. Application


Network Resource Access Functions

The functions listed in this section retrieve, print, and free the network resources that are used by resources and resource groups. The scds_get_ functions in this section provide a convenient way of retrieving network resources without using the RMAPI functions to query specific properties, such as Network_resources_used and Port_list. The scds_print_name() functions print values from the data structures that are returned by the scds_get_name() functions. The scds_free_name() functions free the memory that is allocated by the scds_get_name() functions.

Host Name Functions

The following functions handle host names:

Port List Functions

The following functions handle port lists:

Network Address Functions

The following functions handle network addresses:

Fault Monitoring Using TCP Connections Functions

The functions in this section enable TCP-based monitoring. Typically, a fault monitor uses these functions to establish a simple socket connection to a service, read and write data to the service to ascertain its status, and disconnect from the service.

These functions include the following: