irods  4.2.8
About: iRODS (the integrated Rule Oriented Data System) is a distributed data-management system for creating data grids, digital libraries, persistent archives, and real-time data systems.
  Fossies Dox: irods-4.2.8.tar.gz  ("unofficial" and yet experimental doxygen-generated source code documentation)  

rsSubStructFileOpendir.hpp File Reference
#include "rodsConnect.h"
#include "objInfo.h"
Include dependency graph for rsSubStructFileOpendir.hpp:
This graph shows which files directly or indirectly include this file:

Go to the source code of this file.

Functions

int rsSubStructFileOpendir (rsComm_t *rsComm, subFile_t *subFile)
 
int _rsSubStructFileOpendir (rsComm_t *rsComm, subFile_t *subFile)
 
int remoteSubStructFileOpendir (rsComm_t *rsComm, subFile_t *subFile, rodsServerHost_t *rodsServerHost)
 

Function Documentation

◆ _rsSubStructFileOpendir()

int _rsSubStructFileOpendir ( rsComm_t rsComm,
subFile_t subFile 
)

Definition at line 67 of file rsSubStructFileOpendir.cpp.

References irods::error::code(), fileOpendir(), irods::log(), irods::error::ok(), PASSMSG, SpecColl::rescHier, and Subfile::specColl.

Referenced by rsSubStructFileOpendir().

Here is the call graph for this function:

◆ remoteSubStructFileOpendir()

int remoteSubStructFileOpendir ( rsComm_t rsComm,
subFile_t subFile,
rodsServerHost_t rodsServerHost 
)

Definition at line 41 of file rsSubStructFileOpendir.cpp.

References rodsServerHost::conn, LOG_NOTICE, NULL, rcSubStructFileOpendir(), rodsLog(), irods.pypyodbc::status, Subfile::subFilePath, svrToSvrConnect(), and SYS_INVALID_SERVER_HOST.

Referenced by rsSubStructFileOpendir().

Here is the call graph for this function:

◆ rsSubStructFileOpendir()

int rsSubStructFileOpendir ( rsComm_t rsComm,
subFile_t subFile 
)

Definition at line 12 of file rsSubStructFileOpendir.cpp.

References _rsSubStructFileOpendir(), Subfile::addr, LOCAL_HOST, LOG_NOTICE, REMOTE_HOST, remoteSubStructFileOpendir(), resolveHost(), rodsLog(), and SYS_UNRECOGNIZED_REMOTE_FLAG.

Referenced by l3Opendir().

Here is the call graph for this function: