From: Nikhil Agarwal <nikhil.agar...@linaro.org>
IPSEC events may be delivered synchronous or ansynchrous
depending on implementation. Application will know based on
return value of odp_ipsec_sa_disable API.
Signed-off-by: Nikhil Agarwal <nikhil.agar...@linaro.org>
/** Email created from pull request 109 (NikhilA-Linaro:disable_event)
** Patch: https://github.com/Linaro/odp/pull/109.patch
** Base sha: e420668cd3886f003c8bd6022e210bf08a0ee3b5
** Merge commit sha: 81c5d76191a1ba789535442c2f88161bdca6424f
include/odp/api/spec/ipsec.h | 16 +++++++++-------
1 file changed, 9 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)
diff --git a/include/odp/api/spec/ipsec.h b/include/odp/api/spec/ipsec.h
index 7085bc0d..5a504ae1 100644
@@ -831,16 +831,18 @@ odp_ipsec_sa_t odp_ipsec_sa_create(const
* before calling disable. Packets in progress during the call may still match
* the SA and be processed successfully.
- * When in synchronous operation mode, the call will return when it's possible
- * to destroy the SA. In asynchronous mode, the same is indicated by an
- * ODP_EVENT_IPSEC_STATUS event sent to the queue specified for the SA. The
- * status event is guaranteed to be the last event for the SA, i.e. all
- * in-progress operations have completed and resulting events (including status
- * events) have been enqueued before it.
+ * A return value 0 indicates that the disable request has completed
+ * synchronously and the SA is now disabled. A return value 1 indicates that
+ * disable request has been accepted and completion will be indicated by an
+ * ODP_EVENT_IPSEC_STATUS sent to the queue specified for the SA. This event is
+ * guaranteed to be the last event for the SA, i.e., all in-progress operations
+ * have completed and resulting events (including status events) have been
+ * enqueued before it.
* @param sa IPSEC SA to be disabled
- * @retval 0 On success
+ * @retval 0 When SA is disabled successfully.
+ * @retval 1 Disable event will be posted on SA queue.
* @retval <0 On failure
* @see odp_ipsec_sa_destroy()