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Check if message has arrived.
[buffid] = pvm_probe(tid, msgtag)
integer, task identifier of sending process supplied by the user.
- msgtag : integer, message tag supplied by the user. msgtag should be
integer, returning the value of the new active receive buffer identifier. Values less than zero indicate an error.
checks to see if a message with label
msgtag has arrived from
If a matching message has
pvm_probe returns a buffer identifier in
bufid can be used in a pvm_bufinfo call to determine infor-
mation about the message such as its source and length.
If the requested message has not arrived, then pvm_probe returns with a 0 in bufid. If some error occurs bufid will be < 0.
A -1 in msgtag or tid matches anything. This allows the user the following options. If tid = -1 and msgtag is defined by the user, then pvm_probe will accept a message from any process which has a matching msgtag. If msgtag = -1 and tid is defined by the user, then pvm_probe will accept any message that is sent from process tid. If tid = -1 and msgtag = -1, then pvm_probe will accept any message from any process.
pvm_probe can be called multiple times to check if a given message has arrived yet. After the message has arrived, pvm_recv must be called before the message can be unpacked into the user's memory using the unpack routines.
arrived = pvm_probe( tid, msgtag ); if (arrived >= 0) then [bytes, msgtag, tid, info] = pvm_info(arrived); end
- pvm_recv — receive a message.
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