io_uring_register_file_alloc_range - Man Page

set range for fixed file allocations


#include <liburing.h>

int io_uring_register_file_alloc_range(struct io_uring *ring,
                                       unsigned off,
                                       unsigned len);


The io_uring_register_file_alloc_range(3) function sets the allowable range for fixed file index allocations within the kernel. When requests that can instantiate a new fixed file are used with IORING_FILE_INDEX_ALLOC , the application is asking the kernel to allocate a new fixed file descriptor rather than pass in a specific value for one. By default, the kernel will pick any available fixed file descriptor within the range available. Calling this function with off set to the starting offset and len set to the number of descriptors, the application can limit the allocated descriptors to that particular range. This effectively allows the application to set aside a range just for dynamic allocations, with the remainder being used for specific values.

The application must have registered a fixed file table upfront, eg through io_uring_register_files(3) or io_uring_register_files_sparse(3).

Available since 6.0.

Return Value

On success io_uring_register_buf_ring(3) returns 0. On failure it returns -errno.

See Also

io_uring_register_files(3) io_uring_prep_accept_direct(3) io_uring_prep_openat_direct(3) io_uring_prep_socket_direct(3)

Referenced By


Oct 21, 2022 liburing-2.3 liburing Manual