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pmemkv_config

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NAME

pmemkv_config - Configuration API for libpmemkv

SYNOPSIS

#include <libpmemkv.h>

pmemkv_config *pmemkv_config_new(void);
void pmemkv_config_delete(pmemkv_config *config);
int pmemkv_config_put_data(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, const void *value,
			size_t value_size);
int pmemkv_config_put_object(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, void *value,
			void (*deleter)(void *));
int pmemkv_config_put_uint64(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, uint64_t value);
int pmemkv_config_put_int64(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, int64_t value);
int pmemkv_config_put_string(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, const char *value);
int pmemkv_config_get_data(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, const void **value,
			size_t *value_size);
int pmemkv_config_get_object(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, void **value);
int pmemkv_config_get_uint64(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, uint64_t *value);
int pmemkv_config_get_int64(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, int64_t *value);
int pmemkv_config_get_string(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, const char **value);

For general description of pmemkv and available engines see libpmemkv(7). For description of pmemkv core API see libpmemkv(3).

DESCRIPTION

pmemkv database is configured using pmemkv_config structure. It stores mappings of keys (null-terminated strings) to values. A value can be:

It also delivers methods to store and read configuration items provided by a user. Once the configuration object is set (with all required parameters), it can be passed to pmemkv_open() method.

List of options which are required by pmemkv database is specific to an engine. Every engine has documented all supported config parameters (please see libpmemkv(7) for details).

pmemkv_config *pmemkv_config_new(void);
Creates an instance of configuration for pmemkv database.

On failure, NULL is returned.

void pmemkv_config_delete(pmemkv_config *config);
Deletes pmemkv_config. Should be called ONLY for configs which were not passed to pmemkv_open (as this function moves ownership of the config to the database).
int pmemkv_config_put_uint64(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, uint64_t value);

Puts uint64_t value value to pmemkv_config at key key.

int pmemkv_config_put_int64(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, int64_t value);

Puts int64_t value value to pmemkv_config at key key.

int pmemkv_config_put_string(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, const char *value);

Puts null-terminated string to pmemkv_config. The string is copied to the config.

int pmemkv_config_put_data(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, const void *value, size_t value_size);

Puts copy of binary data pointed by value to pmemkv_config. value_size specifies size of the data.

int pmemkv_config_put_object(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, void *value, void (*deleter)(void *));

Puts value to pmemkv_config. value can point to arbitrary object. deleter parameter specifies function which will be called for value when the config is destroyed (using pmemkv_config_delete).

int pmemkv_config_get_uint64(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, uint64_t *value);

Gets value of a config item with key key. Value is copied to variable pointed by value.

int pmemkv_config_get_int64(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, int64_t *value);

Gets value of a config item with key key. Value is copied to variable pointed by value.

int pmemkv_config_get_string(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, const char **value);

Gets pointer to a null-terminated string. The string is not copied. After successful call value points to string stored in pmemkv_config.

int pmemkv_config_get_data(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, const void **value, size_t *value_size);

Gets pointer to binary data. Data is not copied. After successful call *value points to data stored in pmemkv_config and value_size holds size of the data.

int pmemkv_config_get_object(pmemkv_config *config, const char *key, const void **value);

Gets pointer to an object. After successful call, *value points to the object.

Config items stored in pmemkv_config, which were put using a specific function can be obtained only using corresponding pmemkv_config_get_ function (for example, config items put using pmemkv_config_put_object can only be obtained using pmemkv_config_get_object). Exception from this rule are functions for uint64 and int64. If value put by pmemkv_config_put_int64 is in uint64_t range it can be obtained using pmemkv_config_get_uint64 and vice versa.

ERRORS

Each function, except for pmemkv_config_new() and pmemkv_config_delete(), returns status. Possible return values are:

EXAMPLE

The following example is taken from examples/pmemkv_config_c/pmemkv_config.c.

#include <assert.h>
#include <libpmemkv.h>
#include <libpmemkv_json_config.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>

/* deleter for int pointer */
void free_int_ptr(void *ptr)
{
	free(ptr);
}

int main()
{
	pmemkv_config *config = pmemkv_config_new();
	assert(config != NULL);

	/* Put int64_t value */
	int status = pmemkv_config_put_int64(config, "size", 1073741824);
	assert(status == PMEMKV_STATUS_OK);

	char buffer[] = "ABC";

	/* Put binary data stored in buffer */
	status = pmemkv_config_put_data(config, "binary", buffer, 3);
	assert(status == PMEMKV_STATUS_OK);

	const void *data;
	size_t data_size;

	/* Get pointer to binary data stored in config */
	status = pmemkv_config_get_data(config, "binary", &data, &data_size);
	assert(status == PMEMKV_STATUS_OK);
	assert(data_size == 3);
	assert(((const char *)data)[0] == 'A');

	int *int_ptr = malloc(sizeof(int));
	assert(int_ptr != NULL);
	*int_ptr = 10;

	/* Put pointer to dynamically allocated object, free_int_ptr is called on
	 * pmemkv_config_delete */
	status = pmemkv_config_put_object(config, "int_ptr", int_ptr, &free_int_ptr);
	assert(status == PMEMKV_STATUS_OK);

	int *get_int_ptr;

	/* Get pointer to object stored in config */
	status = pmemkv_config_get_object(config, "int_ptr", (void **)&get_int_ptr);
	assert(status == PMEMKV_STATUS_OK);
	assert(*get_int_ptr == 10);

	pmemkv_config_delete(config);

	pmemkv_config *config_from_json = pmemkv_config_new();
	assert(config_from_json != NULL);

	/* Parse JSON and put all items found into config_from_json */
	status = pmemkv_config_from_json(config_from_json, "{\"path\":\"/dev/shm\",\
		 \"size\":1073741824,\
		 \"subconfig\":{\
			\"size\":1073741824\
			}\
		}");
	assert(status == PMEMKV_STATUS_OK);

	const char *path;
	status = pmemkv_config_get_string(config_from_json, "path", &path);
	assert(status == PMEMKV_STATUS_OK);
	assert(strcmp(path, "/dev/shm") == 0);

	pmemkv_config *subconfig;

	/* Get pointer to nested configuration "subconfig" */
	status = pmemkv_config_get_object(config_from_json, "subconfig",
					  (void **)&subconfig);
	assert(status == PMEMKV_STATUS_OK);

	size_t sub_size;
	status = pmemkv_config_get_uint64(subconfig, "size", &sub_size);
	assert(status == PMEMKV_STATUS_OK);
	assert(sub_size == 1073741824);

	pmemkv_config_delete(config_from_json);

	return 0;
}

SEE ALSO

libpmemkv(7), libpmemkv(3) , libpmemkv_json_config(3) and http://pmem.io