- SEE ALSO
RPC::ONC - Perl interface to ONC RPC
use RPC::ONC; # Create a client of the NFS service. $clnt = &RPC::ONC::Client::clnt_create('foo.bar.com', NFS_PROGRAM, NFS_VERSION, 'netpath'); # Set the timeout to 3 seconds. $clnt->clnt_control(CLSET_TIMEOUT, pack('LL', 3, 0));
The RPC::ONC module provides access to some of the ONC RPC routines for making and receiving remote procedure calls, as well as functions to access members of RPC-related structures. It's intended to be used with 'perlrpcgen', which generates Perl XS stubs for RPC clients and servers.
Most of these routines work the same as their C equivalents and are thus not described in detail.
Not all of the ONC RPC calls are provided in this alpha version--I've been filling them in more or less as needed. Let me know if there's one you really need.
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RPC::ONC::Client wraps CLIENT *.
- clnt_create(host, prognum, versnum, nettype)
If the call fails, clnt_create will set RPC::ONC::errno and RPC::ONC::errstr and croak.
- clnt_control(clnt, req, info)
The info argument should be packed as an appropriate structure for the operation.
- set_cl_auth(clnt, auth)
Takes an RPC::ONC::Client object and an RPC::ONC::Auth object and assigns the cl_auth field of the first to the second.
RPC::ONC::Auth wraps AUTH *.
RPC::ONC::svc_req wraps struct svc_req *.
Returns the rq_prog field.
Returns the rq_vers field.
Returns the rq_proc field.
Returns the rq_cred field as an RPC::ONC::opaque_auth object.
Returns the rq_clntcred field as an RPC::ONC::authsys_parms object. Will croak if the credentials are not the right flavor.
Returns the rq_clntcred field as an RPC::ONC::authdes_cred object. Will croak if the credentials are not the right flavor.
Returns the aup_time field.
Returns the aup_machname field.
Returns the aup_uid field.
Returns the aup_gid field.
Returns the aup_gids field as an array.
RPC::ONC::Svcxprt wraps struct svcxprt *.
Returns a sockaddr_in * which you can unpack to get the IP address of the caller.
Jake Donham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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