io_uring_unregister_ring_fd - unregister a ring file descriptor
#include <liburing.h> int io_uring_unregister_ring_fd(struct io_uring *ring);
io_uring_unregister_ring_fd(3) unregisters the file descriptor of the ring. Unregisters a ring descriptor previously registered with the task. This is done automatically when io_uring_queue_exit(3) is called, but can also be done to free up space for new ring registrations. For more information on ring descriptor registration, see io_uring_register_ring_fd(3)
Returns 1 on success, indicating that one file descriptor was unregistered, or -errno on error.
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