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AIX Version 4.3 Communications Technical Reference, Volume 2

noenable Utility


Prevents a queue from being scheduled.


void noenable(q)
queue_t *q;


The noenable utility prevents the queue specified by the q parameter from being scheduled for service either by the putq or putbq utility, when these routines queue an ordinary priority message, or by the insq utility when it queues any message. The noenable utility does not prevent the scheduling of queues when a high-priority message is queued, unless the message is queued by the insq utility.


q Specifies the queue to disable.

Implementation Specifics

This utility is part of STREAMS Kernel Extensions.

Related Information

The enableok utility, insq utility, putbq utility, putq utility.

List of Streams Programming References and Understanding STREAMS Messages in AIX Version 4.3 Communications Programming Concepts.

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