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Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of AsyncSessions


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Timestamp:
2010-12-27T21:29:05Z (8 years ago)
Author:
Jiri Svoboda
Comment:

Add czech translations of terms

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  • AsyncSessions

    v4 v5  
    4141== Enter sessions ==
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    43 Session is a ''logical'' datapath from a client to a server which can support ''concurrent'' operations. Each operation is performed in the context of an ''exchange''. An exchange can support an IPC operation (or, ''optionally'', a sequence of operations), but, in any case, only one operation is performed in an exchange at any time. (The ''session''/''connection'' terminology is borrowed from iSCSI and ''exchange'' is borrowed from Fibre Channel transport layer).
     43A '''session''' (cz: relace) is a ''logical'' datapath from a client to a server which can support ''concurrent'' operations. Each operation is performed in the context of an '''exchange''' (cz: výměna). An exchange can support an IPC operation (or, ''optionally'', a sequence of operations), but, in any case, only one operation is performed in an exchange at any time. (The ''session''/''connection'' terminology is borrowed from iSCSI and ''exchange'' is borrowed from Fibre Channel transport layer).
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    4545A client first needs to create a session (to a server) by calling `async_session_create()`. Whenever the client needs to perform an operation, it starts an exchange by calling `async_exchange_begin()` and performs the operation in context of that exchange. Then the client ends the exchange by calling `async_exchange_end()`.