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%/*
% * Sun RPC is a product of Sun Microsystems, Inc. and is provided for
% * unrestricted use provided that this legend is included on all tape
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% * may copy or modify Sun RPC without charge, but are not authorized
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% *
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% *
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% */
#ifndef RPC_HDR
%#ifndef lint
%static const char rcsid[] = "$Id: nis.x,v 1.2 1997/05/28 04:38:15 wpaul Exp $";
%#endif /* not lint */
#endif
/*
* From 4.1 : @(#)nis.x 1.61 Copyright 1989 Sun Microsystems
*
* RPC Language Protocol description file for NIS Plus
* This version : 1.61
* Last Modified : 3/19/91
*/
#ifdef RPC_HDR
%/*
% * nis.h
% *
% * This file is the main include file for NIS clients. It contains
% * both the client library function defines and the various data
% * structures used by the NIS service. It includes the file nis_tags.h
% * which defines the tag values. This allows the tags to change without
% * having to change the nis.x file.
% *
% * NOTE : DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE! It is automatically generated when
% * rpcgen is run on the nis.x file. Note that there is a
% * simple sed script to remove some unneeded lines. (See the
% * Makefile target nis.h)
% *
% */
%#include <rpcsvc/nis_tags.h>
#endif
/* This gets stuffed into the source files. */
#if RPC_HDR
%#include <rpc/xdr.h>
#endif
/*
* This is just pointless.
*/
#ifdef SUN_STUPIDITY
#if RPC_SVC
%#include "nis_svc.h"
#endif
#endif
/* Include the RPC Language description of NIS objects */
#include "nis_object.x"
/* Errors that can be returned by the service */
enum nis_error {
NIS_SUCCESS = 0, /* A-ok, let's rock n roll */
NIS_S_SUCCESS = 1, /* Name found (maybe) */
NIS_NOTFOUND = 2, /* Name definitely not found */
NIS_S_NOTFOUND = 3, /* Name maybe not found */
NIS_CACHEEXPIRED = 4, /* Name exists but cache out of date */
NIS_NAMEUNREACHABLE = 5, /* Can't get there from here */
NIS_UNKNOWNOBJ = 6, /* Object type is bogus */
NIS_TRYAGAIN = 7, /* I'm busy, call back */
NIS_SYSTEMERROR = 8, /* Out of band failure */
NIS_CHAINBROKEN = 9, /* First/Next warning */
NIS_PERMISSION = 10, /* Not enough permission to access */
NIS_NOTOWNER = 11, /* You don't own it, sorry */
NIS_NOT_ME = 12, /* I don't serve this name */
NIS_NOMEMORY = 13, /* Outta VM! Help! */
NIS_NAMEEXISTS = 14, /* Can't create over another name */
NIS_NOTMASTER = 15, /* I'm justa secondaray, don't ask me */
NIS_INVALIDOBJ = 16, /* Object is broken somehow */
NIS_BADNAME = 17, /* Unparsable name */
NIS_NOCALLBACK = 18, /* Couldn't talk to call back proc */
NIS_CBRESULTS = 19, /* Results being called back to you */
NIS_NOSUCHNAME = 20, /* Name unknown */
NIS_NOTUNIQUE = 21, /* Value is not uniques (entry) */
NIS_IBMODERROR = 22, /* Inf. Base. Modify error. */
NIS_NOSUCHTABLE = 23, /* Name for table was wrong */
NIS_TYPEMISMATCH = 24, /* Entry and table type mismatch */
NIS_LINKNAMEERROR = 25, /* Link points to bogus name */
NIS_PARTIAL = 26, /* Partial success, found table */
NIS_TOOMANYATTRS = 27, /* Too many attributes */
NIS_RPCERROR = 28, /* RPC error encountered */
NIS_BADATTRIBUTE = 29, /* Bad or invalid attribute */
NIS_NOTSEARCHABLE = 30, /* Non-searchable object searched */
NIS_CBERROR = 31, /* Error during callback (svc crash) */
NIS_FOREIGNNS = 32, /* Foreign Namespace */
NIS_BADOBJECT = 33, /* Malformed object structure */
NIS_NOTSAMEOBJ = 34, /* Object swapped during deletion */
NIS_MODFAIL = 35, /* Failure during a Modify. */
NIS_BADREQUEST = 36, /* Illegal query for table */
NIS_NOTEMPTY = 37, /* Attempt to remove a non-empty tbl */
NIS_COLDSTART_ERR = 38, /* Error accesing the cold start file */
NIS_RESYNC = 39, /* Transaction log too far out of date */
NIS_FAIL = 40, /* NIS operation failed. */
NIS_UNAVAIL = 41, /* NIS+ service is unavailable (client) */
NIS_RES2BIG = 42, /* NIS+ result too big for datagram */
NIS_SRVAUTH = 43, /* NIS+ server wasn't authenticated. */
NIS_CLNTAUTH = 44, /* NIS+ Client wasn't authenticated. */
NIS_NOFILESPACE = 45, /* NIS+ server ran out of disk space */
NIS_NOPROC = 46, /* NIS+ server couldn't create new proc */
NIS_DUMPLATER = 47 /* NIS+ server already has dump child */
};
/*
* Structure definitions for the parameters and results of the actual
* NIS RPC calls.
*
* This is the standard result (in the protocol) of most of the nis
* requests.
*/
struct nis_result {
nis_error status; /* Status of the response */
nis_object objects<>; /* objects found */
netobj cookie; /* Cookie Data */
u_long zticks; /* server ticks */
u_long dticks; /* DBM ticks. */
u_long aticks; /* Cache (accel) ticks */
u_long cticks; /* Client ticks */
};
/*
* A Name Service request
* This request is used to access the name space, ns_name is the name
* of the object within the namespace and the object is it's value, for
* add/modify, a copy of the original for remove.
*/
struct ns_request {
nis_name ns_name; /* Name in the NIS name space */
nis_object ns_object<1>; /* Optional Object (add/remove) */
};
/*
* An information base request
* This request includes the NIS name of the table we wish to search, the
* search criteria in the form of attribute/value pairs and an optional
* callback program number. If the callback program number is provided
* the server will send back objects one at a time, otherwise it will
* return them all in the response.
*/
struct ib_request {
nis_name ibr_name; /* The name of the Table */
nis_attr ibr_srch<>; /* The search critereia */
u_long ibr_flags; /* Optional flags */
nis_object ibr_obj<1>; /* optional object (add/modify) */
nis_server ibr_cbhost<1>; /* Optional callback info */
u_long ibr_bufsize; /* Optional first/next bufsize */
netobj ibr_cookie; /* The first/next cookie */
};
/*
* This argument to the PING call notifies the replicas that something in
* a directory has changed and this is it's timestamp. The replica will use
* the timestamp to determine if its resync operation was successful.
*/
struct ping_args {
nis_name dir; /* Directory that had the change */
u_long stamp; /* timestamp of the transaction */
};
/*
* These are the type of entries that are stored in the transaction log,
* note that modifications will appear as two entries, for names, they have
* a "OLD" entry followed by a "NEW" entry. For entries in tables, there
* is a remove followed by an add. It is done this way so that we can read
* the log backwards to back out transactions and forwards to propogate
* updated.
*/
enum log_entry_t {
LOG_NOP = 0,
ADD_NAME = 1, /* Name Added to name space */
REM_NAME = 2, /* Name removed from name space */
MOD_NAME_OLD = 3, /* Name was modified in the name space */
MOD_NAME_NEW = 4, /* Name was modified in the name space */
ADD_IBASE = 5, /* Entry added to information base */
REM_IBASE = 6, /* Entry removed from information base */
MOD_IBASE = 7, /* Entry was modified in information base */
UPD_STAMP = 8 /* Update timestamp (used as fenceposts) */
};
/*
* This result is returned from the name service when it is requested to
* dump logged entries from its transaction log. Information base updates
* will have the name of the information base in the le_name field and
* a canonical set of attribute/value pairs to fully specify the entry's
* 'name'.
*/
struct log_entry {
u_long le_time; /* Time in seconds */
log_entry_t le_type; /* Type of log entry */
nis_name le_princp; /* Principal making the change */
nis_name le_name; /* Name of table/dir involved */
nis_attr le_attrs<>; /* List of AV pairs. */
nis_object le_object; /* Actual object value */
};
struct log_result {
nis_error lr_status; /* The status itself */
netobj lr_cookie; /* Used by the dump callback */
log_entry lr_entries<>; /* zero or more entries */
};
struct cp_result {
nis_error cp_status; /* Status of the checkpoint */
u_long cp_zticks; /* Service 'ticks' */
u_long cp_dticks; /* Database 'ticks' */
};
/*
* This structure defines a generic NIS tag list. The taglist contains
* zero or tags, each of which is a type and a value. (u_long).
* These are used to report statistics (see tag definitions below)
* and to set or reset state variables.
*/
struct nis_tag {
u_long tag_type; /* Statistic tag (may vary) */
string tag_val<1024>; /* Statistic value may also vary */
};
struct nis_taglist {
nis_tag tags<>; /* List of tags */
};
struct dump_args {
nis_name da_dir; /* Directory to dump */
u_long da_time; /* From this timestamp */
nis_server da_cbhost<1>; /* Callback to use. */
};
struct fd_args {
nis_name dir_name; /* The directory we're looking for */
nis_name requester; /* Host principal name for signature */
};
struct fd_result {
nis_error status; /* Status returned by function */
nis_name source; /* Source of this answer */
opaque dir_data<>; /* Directory Data (XDR'ed) */
opaque signature<>; /* Signature of the source */
};
/*
* What's going on here? Well, it's like this. When the service
* is being compiled it wants to have the service definition specific
* info included, and when the client is being compiled it wants that
* info. This includes the appropriate file which was generated by
* make in the protocols directory (probably /usr/include/rpcsvc).
*
* Uhm... guys? With RPC, you aren't supposed to have seperate
* server-specific and client-specific header files. You have one header
* file that's suitable for both. If your code doesn't work using just
* the one header file, I submit to you that it's broken.
* -Bill
*/
#ifdef SUN_STUPIDITY
#ifdef RPC_SVC
%#include "nis_svc.h"
#endif
#ifdef RPC_CLNT
%#include "nis_clnt.h"
#endif
#endif
program NIS_PROG {
/* RPC Language description of the NIS+ protocol */
version NIS_VERSION {
/* The name service functions */
nis_result NIS_LOOKUP(ns_request) = 1;
nis_result NIS_ADD(ns_request) = 2;
nis_result NIS_MODIFY(ns_request) = 3;
nis_result NIS_REMOVE(ns_request) = 4;
/* The information base functions */
nis_result NIS_IBLIST(ib_request) = 5;
nis_result NIS_IBADD(ib_request) = 6;
nis_result NIS_IBMODIFY(ib_request) = 7;
nis_result NIS_IBREMOVE(ib_request) = 8;
nis_result NIS_IBFIRST(ib_request) = 9;
nis_result NIS_IBNEXT(ib_request) = 10;
/* NIS Administrative functions */
fd_result NIS_FINDDIRECTORY(fd_args) = 12;
/* If fetch and optionally reset statistics */
nis_taglist NIS_STATUS(nis_taglist) = 14;
/* Dump changes to directory since time in da_time */
log_result NIS_DUMPLOG(dump_args) = 15;
/* Dump contents of directory named */
log_result NIS_DUMP(dump_args) = 16;
/* Check status of callback thread */
bool NIS_CALLBACK(netobj) = 17;
/* Return last update time for named dir */
u_long NIS_CPTIME(nis_name) = 18;
/* Checkpoint directory or table named */
cp_result NIS_CHECKPOINT(nis_name) = 19;
/* Send 'status changed' ping to replicates */
void NIS_PING(ping_args) = 20;
/* Modify server behaviour (such as debugging) */
nis_taglist NIS_SERVSTATE(nis_taglist) = 21;
/* Create a Directory */
nis_error NIS_MKDIR(nis_name) = 22;
/* Remove a Directory */
nis_error NIS_RMDIR(nis_name) = 23;
/* Update public keys of a directory object */
nis_error NIS_UPDKEYS(nis_name) = 24;
} = 3;
} = 100300;
/*
* Included below are the defines that become part of nis.h,
* they are technically not part of the protocol, but do define
* key aspects of the implementation and are therefore useful
* in building a conforming server or client.
*/
#if RPC_HDR
%/*
% * Generic "hash" datastructures, used by all types of hashed data.
% */
%struct nis_hash_data {
% nis_name name; /* NIS name of hashed item */
% int keychain; /* It's hash key (for pop) */
% struct nis_hash_data *next; /* Hash collision pointer */
% struct nis_hash_data *prv_item; /* A serial, doubly linked list */
% struct nis_hash_data *nxt_item; /* of items in the hash table */
%};
%typedef struct nis_hash_data NIS_HASH_ITEM;
%
%struct nis_hash_table {
% NIS_HASH_ITEM *keys[64]; /* A hash table of items */
% NIS_HASH_ITEM *first; /* The first "item" in serial list */
%};
%typedef struct nis_hash_table NIS_HASH_TABLE;
%
%/* Structure for storing dynamically allocated static data */
%struct nis_sdata {
% void *buf; /* Memory allocation pointer */
% u_long size; /* Buffer size */
%};
%
%/* Generic client creating flags */
%#define ZMH_VC 1
%#define ZMH_DG 2
%#define ZMH_AUTH 4
%
%/* Testing Access rights for objects */
%
%#define NIS_READ_ACC 1
%#define NIS_MODIFY_ACC 2
%#define NIS_CREATE_ACC 4
%#define NIS_DESTROY_ACC 8
%/* Test macros. a == access rights, m == desired rights. */
%#define WORLD(a, m) (((a) & (m)) != 0)
%#define GROUP(a, m) (((a) & ((m) << 8)) != 0)
%#define OWNER(a, m) (((a) & ((m) << 16)) != 0)
%#define NOBODY(a, m) (((a) & ((m) << 24)) != 0)
%
%#define OATYPE(d, n) (((d)->do_armask.do_armask_val+n)->oa_otype)
%#define OARIGHTS(d, n) (((d)->do_armask.do_armask_val+n)->oa_rights)
%#define WORLD_DEFAULT (NIS_READ_ACC)
%#define GROUP_DEFAULT (NIS_READ_ACC << 8)
%#define OWNER_DEFAULT ((NIS_READ_ACC +\
NIS_MODIFY_ACC +\
NIS_CREATE_ACC +\
NIS_DESTROY_ACC) << 16)
%#define DEFAULT_RIGHTS (WORLD_DEFAULT | GROUP_DEFAULT | OWNER_DEFAULT)
%
%/* Result manipulation defines ... */
%#define NIS_RES_NUMOBJ(x) ((x)->objects.objects_len)
%#define NIS_RES_OBJECT(x) ((x)->objects.objects_val)
%#define NIS_RES_COOKIE(x) ((x)->cookie)
%#define NIS_RES_STATUS(x) ((x)->status)
%
%/* These defines make getting at the variant part of the object easier. */
%#define TA_data zo_data.objdata_u.ta_data
%#define EN_data zo_data.objdata_u.en_data
%#define DI_data zo_data.objdata_u.di_data
%#define LI_data zo_data.objdata_u.li_data
%#define GR_data zo_data.objdata_u.gr_data
%
%#define __type_of(o) ((o)->zo_data.zo_type)
%
%/* Declarations for the internal subroutines in nislib.c */
%enum name_pos {SAME_NAME, HIGHER_NAME, LOWER_NAME, NOT_SEQUENTIAL, BAD_NAME};
%typedef enum name_pos name_pos;
%
%/*
% * Defines for getting at column data in entry objects. Because RPCGEN
% * generates some rather wordy structures, we create some defines that
% * collapse the needed keystrokes to access a particular value using
% * these definitions they take an nis_object *, and an int and return
% * a u_char * for Value, and an int for length.
% */
%#define ENTRY_VAL(obj, col) \
(obj)->EN_data.en_cols.en_cols_val[col].ec_value.ec_value_val
%#define ENTRY_LEN(obj, col) \
(obj)->EN_data.en_cols.en_cols_val[col].ec_value.ec_value_len
%
%#ifdef __cplusplus
%}
%#endif
%
%/* Prototypes, and extern declarations for the NIS library functions. */
%#include <rpcsvc/nislib.h>
%#endif /* __NIS_RPCGEN_H */
%/* EDIT_START */
%
%/*
% * nis_3.h
% *
% * This file contains definitions that are only of interest to the actual
% * service daemon and client stubs. Normal users of NIS will not include
% * this file.
% *
% * NOTE : This include file is automatically created by a combination
% * of rpcgen and sed. DO NOT EDIT IT, change the nis.x file instead
% * and then remake this file.
% */
%#ifndef __nis_3_h
%#define __nis_3_h
%#ifdef __cplusplus
%extern "C" {
%#endif
#endif
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