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/*
* Copyright (c) 1995, 1996
* Bill Paul <wpaul@ctr.columbia.edu>. All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
* are met:
* 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
* 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
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* documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
* 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
* must display the following acknowledgement:
* This product includes software developed by Bill Paul.
* 4. Neither the name of the author nor the names of any co-contributors
* may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
* without specific prior written permission.
*
* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY Bill Paul AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
* ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
* IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
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* LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
* OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
* SUCH DAMAGE.
*
* $Id: ypxfrd.x,v 1.6 1998/01/16 12:17:55 bde Exp $
*/
/*
* This protocol definition file describes a file transfer
* system used to very quickly move NIS maps from one host to
* another. This is similar to what Sun does with their ypxfrd
* protocol, but it must be stressed that this protocol is _NOT_
* compatible with Sun's. There are a couple of reasons for this:
*
* 1) Sun's protocol is proprietary. The protocol definition is
* not freely available in any of the SunRPC source distributions,
* even though the NIS v2 protocol is.
*
* 2) The idea here is to transfer entire raw files rather than
* sending just the records. Sun uses ndbm for its NIS map files,
* while FreeBSD uses Berkeley DB. Both are hash databases, but the
* formats are incompatible, making it impossible for them to
* use each others' files. Even if FreeBSD adopted ndbm for its
* database format, FreeBSD/i386 is a little-endian OS and
* SunOS/SPARC is big-endian; ndbm is byte-order sensitive and
* not very smart about it, which means an attempt to read a
* database on a little-endian box that was created on a big-endian
* box (or vice-versa) can cause the ndbm code to eat itself.
* Luckily, Berkeley DB is able to deal with this situation in
* a more graceful manner.
*
* While the protocol is incompatible, the idea is the same: we just open
* up a TCP pipe to the client and transfer the raw map database
* from the master server to the slave. This is many times faster than
* the standard yppush/ypxfr transfer method since it saves us from
* having to recreate the map databases via the DB library each time.
* For example: creating a passwd database with 30,000 entries with yp_mkdb
* can take a couple of minutes, but to just copy the file takes only a few
* seconds.
*/
#ifndef RPC_HDR
%#ifndef lint
%static const char rcsid[] = "$Id: ypxfrd.x,v 1.6 1998/01/16 12:17:55 bde Exp $";
%#endif /* not lint */
#endif
/* XXX cribbed from yp.x */
const _YPMAXRECORD = 1024;
const _YPMAXDOMAIN = 64;
const _YPMAXMAP = 64;
const _YPMAXPEER = 64;
/* Suggested default -- not necesarrily the one used. */
const YPXFRBLOCK = 32767;
/*
* Possible return codes from the remote server.
*/
enum xfrstat {
XFR_REQUEST_OK = 1, /* Transfer request granted */
XFR_DENIED = 2, /* Transfer request denied */
XFR_NOFILE = 3, /* Requested map file doesn't exist */
XFR_ACCESS = 4, /* File exists, but I couldn't access it */
XFR_BADDB = 5, /* File is not a hash database */
XFR_READ_OK = 6, /* Block read successfully */
XFR_READ_ERR = 7, /* Read error during transfer */
XFR_DONE = 8, /* Transfer completed */
XFR_DB_ENDIAN_MISMATCH = 9, /* Database byte order mismatch */
XFR_DB_TYPE_MISMATCH = 10 /* Database type mismatch */
};
/*
* Database type specifications. The client can use this to ask
* the server for a particular type of database or just take whatever
* the server has to offer.
*/
enum xfr_db_type {
XFR_DB_ASCII = 1, /* Flat ASCII text */
XFR_DB_BSD_HASH = 2, /* Berkeley DB, hash method */
XFR_DB_BSD_BTREE = 3, /* Berkeley DB, btree method */
XFR_DB_BSD_RECNO = 4, /* Berkeley DB, recno method */
XFR_DB_BSD_MPOOL = 5, /* Berkeley DB, mpool method */
XFR_DB_BSD_NDBM = 6, /* Berkeley DB, hash, ndbm compat */
XFR_DB_GNU_GDBM = 7, /* GNU GDBM */
XFR_DB_DBM = 8, /* Old, deprecated dbm format */
XFR_DB_NDBM = 9, /* ndbm format (used by Sun's NISv2) */
XFR_DB_OPAQUE = 10, /* Mystery format -- just pass along */
XFR_DB_ANY = 11, /* I'll take any format you've got */
XFR_DB_UNKNOWN = 12 /* Unknown format */
};
/*
* Machine byte order specification. This allows the client to check
* that it's copying a map database from a machine of similar byte sex.
* This is necessary for handling database libraries that are fatally
* byte order sensitive.
*
* The XFR_ENDIAN_ANY type is for use with the Berkeley DB database
* formats; Berkeley DB is smart enough to make up for byte order
* differences, so byte sex isn't important.
*/
enum xfr_byte_order {
XFR_ENDIAN_BIG = 1, /* We want big endian */
XFR_ENDIAN_LITTLE = 2, /* We want little endian */
XFR_ENDIAN_ANY = 3 /* We'll take whatever you got */
};
typedef string xfrdomain<_YPMAXDOMAIN>;
typedef string xfrmap<_YPMAXMAP>;
typedef string xfrmap_filename<_YPMAXMAP>; /* actual name of map file */
/*
* Ask the remote ypxfrd for a map using this structure.
* Note: we supply both a map name and a map file name. These are not
* the same thing. In the case of ndbm, maps are stored in two files:
* map.bykey.pag and may.bykey.dir. We may also have to deal with
* file extensions (on the off chance that the remote server is supporting
* multiple DB formats). To handle this, we tell the remote server both
* what map we want and, in the case of ndbm, whether we want the .dir
* or the .pag part. This name should not be a fully qualified path:
* it's up to the remote server to decide which directories to look in.
*/
struct ypxfr_mapname {
xfrmap xfrmap;
xfrdomain xfrdomain;
xfrmap_filename xfrmap_filename;
xfr_db_type xfr_db_type;
xfr_byte_order xfr_byte_order;
};
/* Read response using this structure. */
union xfr switch (bool ok) {
case TRUE:
opaque xfrblock_buf<>;
case FALSE:
xfrstat xfrstat;
};
program YPXFRD_FREEBSD_PROG {
version YPXFRD_FREEBSD_VERS {
union xfr
YPXFRD_GETMAP(ypxfr_mapname) = 1;
} = 1;
} = 600100069; /* 100069 + 60000000 -- 100069 is the Sun ypxfrd prog number */