gsi_driver_errors (3) - Linux Man Pages

NAME

Error Types -

The GSI driver uses mostly GSSAPI calls, so it generally just wraps the underlying GSSAPI errors or uses generic xio errors.

Enumerations


enum globus_xio_gsi_error_t { GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_INVALID_PROTECTION_LEVEL, GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_WRAP_GSSAPI, GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_EMPTY_TARGET_NAME, GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_EMPTY_HOST_NAME, GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_AUTHORIZATION_FAILED, GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_TOKEN_TOO_BIG }

Detailed Description

The GSI driver uses mostly GSSAPI calls, so it generally just wraps the underlying GSSAPI errors or uses generic xio errors.

See also:

globus_xio_driver_error_match()

globus_error_gssapi_match()

globus_error_match_openssl_error()

Enumeration Type Documentation

enum globus_xio_gsi_error_t

GSI driver specific error types.

Enumerator:

GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_INVALID_PROTECTION_LEVEL
Indicates that the established context does not meet the required protecetion level.
GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_WRAP_GSSAPI
Wraps a GSSAPI error.
GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_EMPTY_TARGET_NAME
Indicates that GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_IDENTITY_AUTHORIZATION is set but that the target name is empty.
GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_EMPTY_HOST_NAME
Indicates that GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_HOST_AUTHORIZATION is set but that no host name is available.
GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_AUTHORIZATION_FAILED
Indicates that the peer is not authorized.
GLOBUS_XIO_GSI_ERROR_TOKEN_TOO_BIG
Indicates the the token being read is too big. Usually happens when someone tries to establish a non secure session with a endpoint that expects security

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