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Type of arguments passed to usdpaa_netcfg_acquire()?

Question asked by Priya Agarwal on Mar 23, 2015
Latest reply on Mar 26, 2015 by Yiping Wang

Do I have to pass filename of config file and policy file as arguments or the pointer to file? Is this code right or should I pass only the filename?


Here I am passing pointer to the file:


FILE *pcd_file, *cfg_file;   

cfg_file = fopen("/usr/etc/usdpaa_config_t4_serdes_1_1_6_6.xml", "a+");

pcd_file = fopen("/usr/etc/usdpaa_policy_hash_ipv4.xml", "a+");

netcfg = usdpaa_netcfg_acquire( (const char *)pcd_file, (const char *)cfg_file);


Or should I pass the filenames:


const char * cfg_file, *pcd_file;

cfg_file = "/usr/etc/usdpaa_config_t4_serdes_1_1_6_6.xml";

pcd_file = "/usr/etc/usdpaa_policy_hash_ipv4.xml";

netcfg = usdpaa_netcfg_acquire( (pcd_file,cfg_file);