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#ifndef PMIx_H
#define PMIx_H

/* Structure and constant definitions */
#include 

#if defined(c_plusplus) || defined(__cplusplus)
extern "C" {
#endif

/****    PMIX API    ****/

/* Initialize the PMIx client, returning the process identifier assigned
 * to this client's application in the provided pmix_proc_t struct.
 * Passing a parameter of _NULL_ for this parameter is allowed if the user
 * wishes solely to initialize the PMIx system and does not require
 * return of the identifier at that time.
 *
 * When called the PMIx client will check for the required connection
 * information of the local PMIx server and will establish the connection.
 * If the information is not found, or the server connection fails, then
 * an appropriate error constant will be returned.
 *
 * If successful, the function will return PMIX_SUCCESS and will fill the
 * provided structure with the server-assigned namespace and rank of the
 * process within the application.
 *
 * Note that the PMIx client library is referenced counted, and so multiple
 * calls to PMIx_Init are allowed. Thus, one way to obtain the namespace and
 * rank of the process is to simply call PMIx_Init with a non-NULL parameter.
 *
 * The info array is used to pass user requests pertaining to the init
 * and subsequent operations. Pass a _NULL_ value for the array pointer
 * is supported if no directives are desired.
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Init(pmix_proc_t *proc,
                                    pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo);

/* Finalize the PMIx client, closing the connection to the local server.
 * An error code will be returned if, for some reason, the connection
 * cannot be closed.
 *
 * The info array is used to pass user requests regarding the finalize
 * operation. This can include:
 *
 * (a) PMIX_EMBED_BARRIER - By default, PMIx_Finalize does not include an
 * internal barrier operation. This attribute directs PMIx_Finalize to
 * execute a barrier as part of the finalize operation.
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Finalize(const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo);


/* Returns _true_ if the PMIx client has been successfully initialized,
 * returns _false_ otherwise. Note that the function only reports the
 * internal state of the PMIx client - it does not verify an active
 * connection with the server, nor that the server is functional. */
PMIX_EXPORT int PMIx_Initialized(void);


/* Request that the provided array of procs be aborted, returning the
 * provided _status_ and printing the provided message. A _NULL_
 * for the proc array indicates that all processes in the caller's
 * nspace are to be aborted.
 *
 * The response to this request is somewhat dependent on the specific resource
 * manager and its configuration (e.g., some resource managers will
 * not abort the application if the provided _status_ is zero unless
 * specifically configured to do so), and thus lies outside the control
 * of PMIx itself. However, the client will inform the RM of
 * the request that the application be aborted, regardless of the
 * value of the provided _status_.
 *
 * Passing a _NULL_ msg parameter is allowed. Note that race conditions
 * caused by multiple processes calling PMIx_Abort are left to the
 * server implementation to resolve with regard to which status is
 * returned and what messages (if any) are printed. */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Abort(int status, const char msg[],
                                     pmix_proc_t procs[], size_t nprocs);


/* Push a value into the client's namespace. The client library will cache
 * the information locally until _PMIx_Commit_ is called. The provided scope
 * value is passed to the local PMIx server, which will distribute the data
 * as directed. */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Put(pmix_scope_t scope, const char key[], pmix_value_t *val);


/* Push all previously _PMIx_Put_ values to the local PMIx server.
 * This is an asynchronous operation - the library will immediately
 * return to the caller while the data is transmitted to the local
 * server in the background */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Commit(void);


/* Execute a blocking barrier across the processes identified in the
 * specified array. Passing a _NULL_ pointer as the _procs_ parameter
 * indicates that the barrier is to span all processes in the client's
 * namespace. Each provided pmix_proc_t struct can pass PMIX_RANK_WILDCARD to
 * indicate that all processes in the given namespace are
 * participating.
 *
 * The info array is used to pass user requests regarding the fence
 * operation. This can include:
 *
 * (a) PMIX_COLLECT_DATA - a boolean indicating whether or not the barrier
 *     operation is to return the _put_ data from all participating processes.
 *     A value of _false_ indicates that the callback is just used as a release
 *     and no data is to be returned at that time. A value of _true_ indicates
 *     that all _put_ data is to be collected by the barrier. Returned data is
 *     cached at the server to reduce memory footprint, and can be retrieved
 *     as needed by calls to PMIx_Get(nb).
 *
 *     Note that for scalability reasons, the default behavior for PMIx_Fence
 *     is to _not_ collect the data.
 *
 * (b) PMIX_COLLECTIVE_ALGO - a comma-delimited string indicating the algos
 *     to be used for executing the barrier, in priority order.
 *
 * (c) PMIX_COLLECTIVE_ALGO_REQD - instructs the host RM that it should return
 *     an error if none of the specified algos are available. Otherwise, the RM
 *     is to use one of the algos if possible, but is otherwise free to use any
 *     of its available methods to execute the operation.
 *
 * (d) PMIX_TIMEOUT - maximum time for the fence to execute before declaring
 *     an error. By default, the RM shall terminate the operation and notify participants
 *     if one or more of the indicated procs fails during the fence. However,
 *     the timeout parameter can help avoid "hangs" due to programming errors
 *     that prevent one or more procs from reaching the "fence".
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Fence(const pmix_proc_t procs[], size_t nprocs,
                                     const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo);

/* Non-blocking version of PMIx_Fence. Note that the function will return
 * an error if a _NULL_ callback function is given. */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Fence_nb(const pmix_proc_t procs[], size_t nprocs,
                                        const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                        pmix_op_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);


/* Retrieve information for the specified _key_ as published by the process
 * identified in the given pmix_proc_t, returning a pointer to the value in the
 * given address.
 *
 * This is a blocking operation - the caller will block until
 * the specified data has been _PMIx_Put_ by the specified rank. The caller is
 * responsible for freeing all memory associated with the returned value when
 * no longer required.
 *
 * The info array is used to pass user requests regarding the get
 * operation. This can include:
 *
 * (a) PMIX_TIMEOUT - maximum time for the get to execute before declaring
 *     an error. The timeout parameter can help avoid "hangs" due to programming
 *     errors that prevent the target proc from ever exposing its data.
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Get(const pmix_proc_t *proc, const char key[],
                                   const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                   pmix_value_t **val);

/* A non-blocking operation version of PMIx_Get - the callback function will
 * be executed once the specified data has been _PMIx_Put_
 * by the identified process and retrieved by the local server. The info
 * array is used as described above for the blocking form of this call. */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Get_nb(const pmix_proc_t *proc, const char key[],
                                      const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                      pmix_value_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);


/* Publish the data in the info array for lookup. By default,
 * the data will be published into the PMIX_SESSION range and
 * with PMIX_PERSIST_APP persistence. Changes to those values,
 * and any additional directives, can be included in the pmix_info_t
 * array.
 *
 * Note that the keys must be unique within the specified
 * data range or else an error will be returned (first published
 * wins). Attempts to access the data by procs outside of
 * the provided data range will be rejected.
 *
 * The persistence parameter instructs the server as to how long
 * the data is to be retained.
 *
 * The blocking form will block until the server confirms that the
 * data has been posted and is available. The non-blocking form will
 * return immediately, executing the callback when the server confirms
 * availability of the data.
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Publish(const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo);
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Publish_nb(const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                          pmix_op_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);


/* Lookup information published by this or another process. By default,
 * the search will be conducted across the PMIX_SESSION range. Changes
 * to the range, and any additional directives, can be provided
 * in the pmix_info_t array. Note that the search is also constrained
 * to only data published by the current user ID - i.e., the search
 * will not return data published by an application being executed
 * by another user. There currently is no option to override this
 * behavior - such an option may become available later via an
 * appropriate pmix_info_t directive.
 *
 * The "data" parameter consists of an array of pmix_pdata_t struct with the
 * keys specifying the requested information. Data will be returned
 * for each key in the associated info struct - any key that cannot
 * be found will return with a data type of "PMIX_UNDEF". The function
 * will return SUCCESS if _any_ values can be found, so the caller
 * must check each data element to ensure it was returned.
 *
 * The proc field in each pmix_pdata_t struct will contain the
 * nspace/rank of the process that published the data.
 *
 * Note: although this is a blocking function, it will _not_ wait
 * by default for the requested data to be published. Instead, it
 * will block for the time required by the server to lookup its current
 * data and return any found items. Thus, the caller is responsible for
 * ensuring that data is published prior to executing a lookup, or
 * for retrying until the requested data is found
 *
 * Optionally, the info array can be used to modify this behavior
 * by including:
 *
 * (a) PMIX_WAIT - wait for the requested data to be published. The
 *     server is to wait until all data has become available.
 *
 * (b) PMIX_TIMEOUT - max time to wait for data to become available.
 *
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Lookup(pmix_pdata_t data[], size_t ndata,
                                      const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo);

/* Non-blocking form of the _PMIx_Lookup_ function. Data for
 * the provided NULL-terminated keys array will be returned
 * in the provided callback function. As above, the default
 * behavior is to _not_ wait for data to be published. The
 * info keys can be used to modify the behavior as previously
 * described */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Lookup_nb(char **keys, const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                         pmix_lookup_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);


/* Unpublish data posted by this process using the given keys.
 * The function will block until the data has been removed by
 * the server. A value of _NULL_ for the keys parameter instructs
 * the server to remove _all_ data published by this process.
 *
 * By default, the range is assumed to be PMIX_SESSION. Changes
 * to the range, and any additional directives, can be provided
 * in the pmix_info_t array */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Unpublish(char **keys,
                                         const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo);

/* Non-blocking form of the _PMIx_Unpublish_ function. The
 * callback function will be executed once the server confirms
 * removal of the specified data. */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Unpublish_nb(char **keys,
                                            const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                            pmix_op_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);


/* Spawn a new job. The assigned namespace of the spawned applications
 * is returned in the nspace parameter - a _NULL_ value in that
 * location indicates that the caller doesn't wish to have the
 * namespace returned. The nspace array must be at least of size
 * PMIX_MAX_NSLEN+1. Behavior of individual resource managers
 * may differ, but it is expected that failure of any application
 * process to start will result in termination/cleanup of _all_
 * processes in the newly spawned job and return of an error
 * code to the caller.
 *
 * By default, the spawned processes will be PMIx "connected" to
 * the parent process upon successful launch (see PMIx_Connect
 * description for details). Note that this only means that the
 * parent process (a) will be given a copy of the  new job's
 * information so it can query job-level info without
 * incurring any communication penalties, and (b) will receive
 * notification of errors from process in the child job.
 *
 * Job-level directives can be specified in the job_info array. This
 * can include:
 *
 * (a) PMIX_NON_PMI - processes in the spawned job will
 *     not be calling PMIx_Init
 *
 * (b) PMIX_TIMEOUT - declare the spawn as having failed if the launched
 *     procs do not call PMIx_Init within the specified time
 *
 * (c) PMIX_NOTIFY_COMPLETION - notify the parent process when the
 *     child job terminates, either normally or with error
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Spawn(const pmix_info_t job_info[], size_t ninfo,
                                     const pmix_app_t apps[], size_t napps,
                                     char nspace[]);


/* Non-blocking form of the _PMIx_Spawn_ function. The callback
 * will be executed upon launch of the specified applications,
 * or upon failure to launch any of them. */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Spawn_nb(const pmix_info_t job_info[], size_t ninfo,
                                        const pmix_app_t apps[], size_t napps,
                                        pmix_spawn_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* Record the specified processes as "connected". Both blocking and non-blocking
 * versions are provided. This means that the resource manager should treat the
 * failure of any process in the specified group as a reportable event, and take
 * appropriate action. Note that different resource managers may respond to
 * failures in different manners.
 *
 * The callback function is to be called once all participating processes have
 * called connect. The server is required to return any job-level info for the
 * connecting processes that might not already have - i.e., if the connect
 * request involves procs from different nspaces, then each proc shall receive
 * the job-level info from those nspaces other than their own.
 *
 * Note: a process can only engage in _one_ connect operation involving the identical
 * set of processes at a time. However, a process _can_ be simultaneously engaged
 * in multiple connect operations, each involving a different set of processes
 *
 * As in the case of the fence operation, the info array can be used to pass
 * user-level directives regarding the algorithm to be used for the collective
 * operation involved in the "connect", timeout constraints, and other options
 * available from the host RM */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Connect(const pmix_proc_t procs[], size_t nprocs,
                                       const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo);

PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Connect_nb(const pmix_proc_t procs[], size_t nprocs,
                                          const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                          pmix_op_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* Disconnect a previously connected set of processes. An error will be returned
 * if the specified set of procs was not previously "connected". As above, a process
 * may be involved in multiple simultaneous disconnect operations. However, a process
 * is not allowed to reconnect to a set of procs that has not fully completed
 * disconnect - i.e., you have to fully disconnect before you can reconnect to the
 * _same_ group of processes. The info array is used as above. */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Disconnect(const pmix_proc_t procs[], size_t nprocs,
                                          const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo);

PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Disconnect_nb(const pmix_proc_t ranges[], size_t nprocs,
                                             const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                             pmix_op_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* Given a node name, return an array of processes within the specified nspace
 * on that node. If the nspace is NULL, then all processes on the node will
 * be returned. If the specified node does not currently host any processes,
 * then the returned array will be NULL, and nprocs=0. The caller is responsible
 * for releasing the array when done with it - the PMIX_PROC_FREE macro is
 * provided for this purpose.
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Resolve_peers(const char *nodename, const char *nspace,
                                             pmix_proc_t **procs, size_t *nprocs);


/* Given an nspace, return the list of nodes hosting processes within
 * that nspace. The returned string will contain a comma-delimited list
 * of nodenames. The caller is responsible for releasing the string
 * when done with it */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Resolve_nodes(const char *nspace, char **nodelist);

/* Query information about the system in general - can include
 * a list of active nspaces, network topology, etc. Also can be
 * used to query node-specific info such as the list of peers
 * executing on a given node. We assume that the host RM will
 * exercise appropriate access control on the information.
 *
 * NOTE: there is no blocking form of this API as the structures
 * passed to query info differ from those for receiving the results
 *
 * The following return status codes are provided in the callback:
 *
 * PMIX_SUCCESS - all data has been returned
 * PMIX_ERR_NOT_FOUND - none of the requested data was available
 * PMIX_ERR_PARTIAL_SUCCESS - some of the data has been returned
 * PMIX_ERR_NOT_SUPPORTED - the host RM does not support this function
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Query_info_nb(pmix_query_t queries[], size_t nqueries,
                                             pmix_info_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* Log data to a central data service/store, subject to the
 * services offered by the host resource manager. The data to
 * be logged is provided in the data array. The (optional) directives
 * can be used to request specific storage options and direct
 * the choice of storage option.
 *
 * The callback function will be executed when the log operation
 * has been completed. The data array must be maintained until
 * the callback is provided
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Log(const pmix_info_t data[], size_t ndata,
                                   const pmix_info_t directives[], size_t ndirs);

PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Log_nb(const pmix_info_t data[], size_t ndata,
                                      const pmix_info_t directives[], size_t ndirs,
                                      pmix_op_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* Request an allocation operation from the host resource manager.
 * Several broad categories are envisioned, including the ability to:
 *
 * - request allocation of additional resources, including memory,
 *   bandwidth, and compute. This should be accomplished in a
 *   non-blocking manner so that the application can continue to
 *   progress while waiting for resources to become available. Note
 *   that the new allocation will be disjoint from (i.e., not
 *   affiliated with) the allocation of the requestor - thus the
 *   termination of one allocation will not impact the other.
 *
 * - extend the reservation on currently allocated resources, subject
 *   to scheduling availability and priorities. This includes extending
 *   the time limit on current resources, and/or requesting additional
 *   resources be allocated to the requesting job. Any additional
 *   allocated resources will be considered as part of the current
 *   allocation, and thus will be released at the same time.
 *
 * - release currently allocated resources that are no longer required.
 *   This is intended to support partial release of resources since all
 *   resources are normally released upon termination of the job. The
 *   identified use-cases include resource variations across discrete steps
 *   of a workflow, as well as applications that spawn sub-jobs and/or
 *   dynamically grow/shrink over time
 *
 * - "lend" resources back to the scheduler with an expectation of getting
 *   them back at some later time in the job. This can be a proactive
 *   operation (e.g., to save on computing costs when resources are
 *   temporarily not required), or in response to scheduler requests in
 *   lieue of preemption. A corresponding ability to "reacquire" resources
 *   previously released is included.
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Allocation_request(pmix_alloc_directive_t directive,
                                                  pmix_info_t *info, size_t ninfo);

PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Allocation_request_nb(pmix_alloc_directive_t directive,
                                                     pmix_info_t *info, size_t ninfo,
                                                     pmix_info_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* Request a job control action. The targets array identifies the
 * processes to which the requested job control action is to be applied.
 * A NULL value can be used to indicate all processes in the caller's
 * nspace. The use of PMIX_RANK_WILDARD can also be used to indicate
 * that all processes in the given nspace are to be included.
 *
 * The directives are provided as pmix_info_t structs in the directives
 * array. The callback function provides a status to indicate whether or
 * not the request was granted, and to provide some information as to
 * the reason for any denial in the pmix_info_cbfunc_t array of pmix_info_t
 * structures. If non-NULL, then the specified release_fn must be called
 * when the callback function completes - this will be used to release
 * any provided pmix_info_t array.
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Job_control(const pmix_proc_t targets[], size_t ntargets,
                                           const pmix_info_t directives[], size_t ndirs);

PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Job_control_nb(const pmix_proc_t targets[], size_t ntargets,
                                              const pmix_info_t directives[], size_t ndirs,
                                              pmix_info_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* Request that something be monitored - e.g., that the server monitor
 * this process for periodic heartbeats as an indication that the process
 * has not become "wedged". When a monitor detects the specified alarm
 * condition, it will generate an event notification using the provided
 * error code and passing along any available relevant information. It is
 * up to the caller to register a corresponding event handler.
 *
 * Params:
 *
 * monitor: attribute indicating the type of monitor being requested - e.g.,
 *          PMIX_MONITOR_FILE to indicate that the requestor is asking that
 *          a file be monitored.
 *
 * error: the status code to be used when generating an event notification
 *        alerting that the monitor has been triggered. The range of the
 *        notification defaults to PMIX_RANGE_NAMESPACE - this can be
 *        changed by providing a PMIX_RANGE directive
 *
 * directives: characterize the monitoring request (e.g., monitor file size)
 *             and frequency of checking to be done
 *
 * cbfunc: provides a status to indicate whether or not the request was granted,
 *         and to provide some information as to the reason for any denial in
 *         the pmix_info_cbfunc_t array of pmix_info_t structures.
 *
 * Note: a process can send a heartbeat to the server using the PMIx_Heartbeat
 * macro provided below*/
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Process_monitor(const pmix_info_t *monitor, pmix_status_t error,
                                               const pmix_info_t directives[], size_t ndirs);

PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Process_monitor_nb(const pmix_info_t *monitor, pmix_status_t error,
                                                  const pmix_info_t directives[], size_t ndirs,
                                                  pmix_info_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* define a special macro to simplify sending of a heartbeat */
#define PMIx_Heartbeat()                                                    \
    do {                                                                    \
        pmix_info_t _in;                                                    \
        PMIX_INFO_CONSTRUCT(&_in);                                          \
        PMIX_INFO_LOAD(&_in, PMIX_SEND_HEARTBEAT, NULL, PMIX_POINTER);      \
        PMIx_Process_monitor_nb(&_in, PMIX_SUCCESS, NULL, 0, NULL, NULL);   \
        PMIX_INFO_DESTRUCT(&_in);                                           \
    } while(0)

/* Request a credential from the PMIx server/SMS.
 * Input values include:
 *
 * info - an array of pmix_info_t structures containing any directives the
 *        caller may wish to pass. Typical usage might include:
 *            PMIX_TIMEOUT - how long to wait (in seconds) for a credential
 *                           before timing out and returning an error
 *            PMIX_CRED_TYPE - a prioritized, comma-delimited list of desired
 *                             credential types for use in environments where
 *                             multiple authentication mechanisms may be
 *                             available
 *
 * ninfo - number of elements in the info array
 *
 * cbfunc - the pmix_credential_cbfunc_t function to be called upon completion
 *          of the request
 *
 * cbdata - pointer to an object to be returned when cbfunc is called
 *
 * Returned values:
 * PMIX_SUCCESS - indicates that the request has been successfully communicated to
 *                the local PMIx server. The response will be coming in the provided
 *                callback function.
 *
 * Any other value indicates an appropriate error condition. The callback function
 * will _not_ be called in such cases.
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Get_credential(const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                              pmix_credential_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);


/* Request validation of a credential by the PMIx server/SMS
 * Input values include:
 *
 * cred - pointer to a pmix_byte_object_t containing the credential
 *
 * info - an array of pmix_info_t structures containing any directives the
 *        caller may wish to pass. Typical usage might include:
 *            PMIX_TIMEOUT - how long to wait (in seconds) for validation
 *                           before timing out and returning an error
 *            PMIX_USERID - the expected effective userid of the credential
 *                          to be validated
 *            PMIX_GROUPID - the expected effective group id of the credential
 *                          to be validated
 *
 * ninfo - number of elements in the info array
 *
 * cbfunc - the pmix_validation_cbfunc_t function to be called upon completion
 *          of the request
 *
 * cbdata - pointer to an object to be returned when cbfunc is called
 *
 * Returned values:
 * PMIX_SUCCESS - indicates that the request has been successfully communicated to
 *                the local PMIx server. The response will be coming in the provided
 *                callback function.
 *
 * Any other value indicates an appropriate error condition. The callback function
 * will _not_ be called in such cases.
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_Validate_credential(const pmix_byte_object_t *cred,
                                                   const pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo,
                                                   pmix_validation_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* Define a callback function for delivering forwarded IO to a process
 * This function will be called whenever data becomes available, or a
 * specified buffering size and/or time has been met. The function
 * will be passed the following values:
 *
 * iofhdlr - the returned registration number of the handler being invoked.
 *           This is required when deregistering the handler.
 *
 * channel - a bitmask identifying the channel the data arrived on
 *
 * source - the nspace/rank of the process that generated the data
 *
 * payload - pointer to character array containing the data. Note that
 *           multiple strings may be included, and that the array may
 *           _not_ be NULL terminated
 *
 * info - an optional array of info provided by the source containing
 *        metadata about the payload. This could include PMIX_IOF_COMPLETE
 *
 * ninfo - number of elements in the optional info array
 */
 typedef void (*pmix_iof_cbfunc_t)(size_t iofhdlr, pmix_iof_channel_t channel,
                                   pmix_proc_t *source, char *payload,
                                   pmix_info_t info[], size_t ninfo);


/* Register to receive output forwarded from a remote process.
 *
 * procs - array of identifiers for sources whose IO is being
 *         requested. Wildcard rank indicates that all procs
 *         in the specified nspace are included in the request
 *
 * nprocs - number of identifiers in the procs array
 *
 * directives - optional array of attributes to control the
 *              behavior of the request. For example, this
 *              might include directives on buffering IO
 *              before delivery, and/or directives to include
 *              or exclude any backlogged data
 *
 * ndirs - number of elements in the directives array
 *
 * channel - bitmask of IO channels included in the request.
 *           NOTE: STDIN is not supported as it will always
 *           be delivered to the stdin file descriptor
 *
 * cbfunc - function to be called when relevant IO is received
 *
 * regcbfunc - since registration is async, this is the
 *             function to be called when registration is
 *             completed. The function itself will return
 *             a non-success error if the registration cannot
 *             be submitted - in this case, the regcbfunc
 *             will _not_ be called.
 *
 * cbdata - pointer to object to be returned in regcbfunc
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_IOF_pull(const pmix_proc_t procs[], size_t nprocs,
                                        const pmix_info_t directives[], size_t ndirs,
                                        pmix_iof_channel_t channel, pmix_iof_cbfunc_t cbfunc,
                                        pmix_hdlr_reg_cbfunc_t regcbfunc, void *regcbdata);

/* Deregister from output forwarded from a remote process.
 *
 * iofhdlr - the registration number returned from the
 *           call to PMIx_IOF_pull
 *
 * directives - optional array of attributes to control the
 *              behavior of the request. For example, this
 *              might include directives regarding what to
 *              do with any data currently in the IO buffer
 *              for this process
 *
 * cbfunc - function to be called when deregistration has
 *          been completed. Note that any IO to be flushed
 *          may continue to be received after deregistration
 *          has completed.
 *
 * cbdata - pointer to object to be returned in cbfunc
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_IOF_deregister(size_t iofhdlr,
                                              const pmix_info_t directives[], size_t ndirs,
                                              pmix_op_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);

/* Push data collected locally (typically from stdin) to
 * target recipients.
 *
 * targets - array of process identifiers to which the data is to be delivered. Note
 *           that a WILDCARD rank indicates that all procs in the given nspace are
 *           to receive a copy of the data
 *
 * ntargets - number of procs in the targets array
 *
 * directives - optional array of attributes to control the
 *              behavior of the request. For example, this
 *              might include directives on buffering IO
 *              before delivery, and/or directives to include
 *              or exclude any backlogged data
 *
 * ndirs - number of elements in the directives array
 *
 * bo - pointer to a byte object containing the stdin data
 *
 * cbfunc - callback function when the data has been forwarded
 *
 * cbdata - object to be returned in cbfunc
 */
PMIX_EXPORT pmix_status_t PMIx_IOF_push(const pmix_proc_t targets[], size_t ntargets,
                                        pmix_byte_object_t *bo,
                                        const pmix_info_t directives[], size_t ndirs,
                                        pmix_op_cbfunc_t cbfunc, void *cbdata);


#if defined(c_plusplus) || defined(__cplusplus)
}
#endif

#endif