mq_timedsend_time32 - sends message on a message queue with a timeout value
The mq_timedsend_time32() system call sends the message pointed to by u_msg_ptr, with message length msg_len, and a message priority of msg_prio, to the queue indicated by the message queue descriptor mqdes.
The u_abs_timeout parameter points to a structure of type "old_timespec32", specifying the absolute timeout (time of day) at which the system call should expire - in other words, the time to wait for a successful return before aborting the operation. If the value of u_abs_timeout->tv_nsec is greater than or equal to 1 billion, the system call fails and returns an error.
When a process sends a message to a queue, the process that is blocked on a message queue due to either mq_timedsend_time32() or mq_timedreceive_time32() will wake up, and either receive the message if the process is blocked on mq_timedreceive_time32(), or find that the send operation succeeded if the process is blocked on mq_timedsend_time32().
The tm_timedsend_time32() system call provides an interface for sending a message to an existing message queue with an absolute timeout, preventing an indefinite wait, as it can happen if the message queue is full and the receiver side is absent.
mqd_t[K] - message queue descriptor.
char*[KU] - pointer to the message to be sent.
unsigned int[K] - length of the message.
unsigned int[K] - message priority.
struct old_timespec32*[K] - pointer to the absolute timeout value.
- K - Originated from kernel-space.
- U - Originated from user space (for example, pointer to user space memory used to get it)
- TOCTOU - Vulnerable to TOCTOU (time of check, time of use)
- OPT - Optional argument - might not always be available (passed with null value)
To trace mq_timedsend_time32 system call.
Example Use Case¶
mq_timedsend_time32 could be used to monitor and trace an application sending messages to a message queue with a timeout value.
The use of absolute timestamps might lead to incorrect time values.
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