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NAME

       sam_rehister - Register component for health checking

SYNOPSIS

       #include <corosync/sam.h>

       cs_error_t sam_register (unsigned int *instance_id);

DESCRIPTION

       The  sam_register  function is used to register a process for healthchecking.  If recovery
       policy is set to SAM_RECOVERY_POLICY_RESTART and recovery action will be  taken,  the  new
       process instance will begin execution at the next code line after this function is called.

       This  function  can  be  called only once and SAM must be initialized by sam_initialize(3)
       function.

       The instance_id argument is a pointer to a value storing the current  iteration  instance.
       If  this  parameter is NULL, no instance_id is returned.  and then, no instance_id will be
       returned. This value starts at 0 for the first iteration instance, and increases by 1 each
       time  a  recovery restart is executed.  After reaching MAX_INT, the instance_id will reset
       to 0.

       The placement of this function is important because after it is  called,  the  process  id
       will change.

       After registration, event driven health checking is not running.

RETURN VALUE

       This call return CS_OK value if successful, otherwise and error is returned.

ERRORS

       CS_ERR_BAD_HANDLE
              health checking was not started by calling sam_start(3) function.

       CS_ERR_LIBRARY
              internal  library  call  failed.  This  can  be one of pipe creation or fork.  It's
              possible to get more information from errno.

SEE ALSO

       sam_start(3), sam_initialize(3), sam_hc_callback_register(3)