umad_set_addr(3) — Linux manual page

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UMAD_SET_ADDR(3)       OpenIB Programmer's Manual       UMAD_SET_ADDR(3)

NAME         top

       umad_set_addr - set MAD address fields within umad buffer using
       host ordering

SYNOPSIS         top

       #include <infiniband/umad.h>

       int umad_set_addr(void *umad, int dlid, int dqp, int sl, int qkey);

DESCRIPTION         top

       umad_set_addr() sets the MAD address fields within the specified
       umad buffer using the provided host ordered fields.  dlid is the
       destination LID.  dqp is the destination QP (queue pair).  sl is
       the SL (service level).  qkey is the Q_Key (queue key).

RETURN VALUE         top

       umad_set_addr() returns 0 on success, and a negative value on
       errors. Currently, there are no errors indicated.

SEE ALSO         top

       umad_set_addr_net(3)

AUTHOR         top

       Hal Rosenstock <halr@voltaire.com>

COLOPHON         top

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OpenIB                        May 17, 2007              UMAD_SET_ADDR(3)

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