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       pmGetInDom,  pmRequestInDom,  pmReceiveIndom  - get instance identifiers for a performance
       metrics instance domain


       #include <pcp/pmapi.h>

       int pmGetInDom(pmInDom indom, int **instlist, char ***namelist);
       int pmRequestInDom(int ctx, pmInDom indom);
       int pmReceiveInDom(int ctx, int **instlist, char ***namelist);

       cc ... -lpcp


       In the current Performance Metrics  Application  Programming  Interface  (PMAPI)  context,
       locate  the description of the instance domain indom, and return via instlist the internal
       instance identifiers for all instances, and via namelist the full external identifiers for
       all instances.  The number of instances found is returned as the function value (else less
       than zero to indicate an error).

       The value for the instance domain indom is typically extracted from  a  pmDesc  structure,
       following a call to pmLookupDesc(3) for a particular performance metric.

       The  resulting  lists  of instance identifiers (instlist and namelist), and the names that
       the elements of namelist point to, will have been allocated by pmGetInDom with  two  calls
       to  malloc(3C),  and  it  is  the  responsibility  of  the  caller  to  free(instlist) and
       free(namelist) to release the space when it is no longer required.

       When the result of pmGetInDom is less than one, both instlist and namelist  are  undefined
       (no space will have been allocated, and so calling free(3C) is a singularly bad idea).

       pmRequestInDom and pmReceiveInDom are used by applications which must communicate with the
       PMCD asynchronously.  These functions take explicit context handle ctx which must refer to
       a  host  context (i.e. created by passing PM_CONTEXT_HOST to pmNewContext). pmRequestInDom
       sends request to enumerate all instances in the particular instance  domain  to  PMCD  and
       returns  without waiting for the response, pmReceiveInDom reads reply from PMCD. It is the
       responsibility of the  application  to  make  sure  the  data  are  ready  before  calling
       pmReceiveInDom to avoid blocking.


       Environment variables with the prefix PCP_ are used to parameterize the file and directory
       names used by PCP.  On each installation, the file /etc/pcp.conf contains the local values
       for  these  variables.   The  $PCP_CONF  variable  may  be  used to specify an alternative
       configuration file, as described in  pcp.conf(4).   Values  for  these  variables  may  be
       obtained programatically using the pmGetConfig(3) function.


       PMAPI(3),   pmGetConfig(3),   pmGetInDomArchive(3),   pmLookupDesc(3),   pmLookupInDom(3),
       pmNameInDom(3), pcp.conf(4) and pcp.env(4).


              indom is not a valid instance domain identifier

              Context is currently in use by another asynchronous call.