nbd_can_meta_context - does the server support a specific meta context?
#include <libnbd.h> int nbd_can_meta_context (struct nbd_handle *h, const char *metacontext);
Returns true if the server supports the given meta context (see nbd_add_meta_context(3)). Returns false if the server does not. It is possible for this command to fail if meta contexts were requested but there is a missing or failed attempt at NBD_OPT_SET_META_CONTEXT during option negotiation.
The single parameter is the name of the metadata context, for example
LIBNBD_CONTEXT_BASE_ALLOCATION. <libnbd.h> includes defined constants for well-known namespace contexts beginning with
LIBNBD_CONTEXT_, but you are free to pass in other contexts.
This call does not block, because it returns data that is saved in the handle from the NBD protocol handshake.
This call returns a boolean value.
-1 is returned.
Refer to "ERROR HANDLING" in libnbd(3) for how to get further details of the error.
The handle must be negotiating, or connected with the server, or shut down, otherwise this call will return an error.
This function first appeared in libnbd 1.0.
If you need to test if this function is available at compile time check if the following macro is defined:
#define LIBNBD_HAVE_NBD_CAN_META_CONTEXT 1
nbd_add_meta_context(3), nbd_aio_block_status(3), nbd_block_status(3), nbd_create(3), nbd_opt_info(3), "Flag calls" in libnbd(3), libnbd(3).
Richard W.M. Jones
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