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#pragma ident	"%Z%%M%	%I%	%E% SMI"

 * WARNING: The contents of this file are shared by all projects
 * that  wish to  perform  remote  Dynamic Reconfiguration  (DR)
 * operations. Copies of this file can be found in the following
 * locations:
 *	Project	    Location
 *	-------	    --------
 *	Solaris	    usr/src/cmd/dcs/sparc/sun4u/%M%
 *	SMS	    src/sms/lib/librdr/%M%
 * In order for proper communication to occur,  the files in the
 * above locations must match exactly. Any changes that are made
 * to this file should  be made to all of the files in the list.

 * This file is the interface to the Remote DR (RDR) module. It
 * contains prototypes for all relevant network operations such
 * as establishing a connection, sending and receiving messages,
 * and closing a connection. Also contained is an enumeration of
 * the error codes returned by these functions.

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {

#include <sys/socket.h>

 * The DCA and DCS link this module in different ways. Because
 * of this, they each expect to find the headers in different
 * places. SMSLIB_TARGET will be defined for the DCA.

#include <librdr/remote_cfg.h>
#include <librdr/rdr_param_types.h>
#include <libscri/rsrc_info.h>

#else /* SMSLIB_TARGET */

#include "remote_cfg.h"
#include "rdr_param_types.h"
#include "rsrc_info.h"

int rdr_setsockopt(int fd, int level, int optname, const void *optval,
    int optlen);
#endif /* SMSLIB_TARGET */

int rdr_open(int family);

int rdr_init(int fd, struct sockaddr *addr, int *opts, int num_opts, int blog);

int rdr_connect_clnt(int fd, struct sockaddr *addr);

int rdr_connect_srv(int fd);

int rdr_reject(int fd);

int rdr_close(int fd);

int rdr_snd_msg(int fd, rdr_msg_hdr_t *hdr, cfga_params_t *param, int timeout);

int rdr_rcv_msg(int fd, rdr_msg_hdr_t *hdr, cfga_params_t *param, int timeout);

int rdr_cleanup_params(rdr_msg_opcode_t message_opcode, cfga_params_t *param);

 * Return values for the RDR public functions. They
 * are offset to prevent overlapping with DCS error
 * codes, libcfgadm error codes, and DCA error codes.
typedef enum {
	RDR_ERROR = 500,
} rdr_err_t;

#ifdef __cplusplus

#endif /* _RDR_MESSAGES_H */