[ofiwg] shared recvs
Reese Faucette (rfaucett)
rfaucett at cisco.com
Tue Oct 28 12:25:28 PDT 2014
If an app wishes to create a passive endpoint, accept connections on it, and then post receives that will receive data coming from any remote connection on that endpoint, how exactly is that accomplished?
My best guess is by using fi_rx_context, we can post a "shared" receive buffer via:
fi_eq_sread(cmeq); // wait for CONNREQ 1
fi_endpoint(&cep1); // remote-specific EP
fi_eq_sread(cmeq); // wait for COMPLETE 1
fi_eq_sread(cmeq); // wait for CONNREQ 2
fi_endpoint(&cep2); // remote-specific EP
fi_eq_sread(cmeq); // wait for COMPLETE 2
fi_rx_context(cep1, 0, &rxep); // get common EP for RX
fi_recv(rxep, buf, len);
Now, a send from the remote endpoint associated with either cep1 or cep2 will land in buf, yes ?
I'm sure there are cases where support for this mode of operation is desired vs. not, what are the endpoint flags that would control whether this approach will work or not? I imagine that an endpoint that supports the above would NOT support posting a receive directly to cep1 or cep2, and that endpoint that expect to post received to cep1 only for remote1 and cep2 for remote 2 (e.g. traditional Verbs RC endpoint) would not support this shared mode of operation.
Assuming I am not too far off in the woods here, how is this shared/non-shared approach to receives communicated in the API?
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