Bind to, or unbind from, the exception port corresponding to a given job, process, or thread.
#include <zircon/syscalls.h> zx_status_t zx_task_bind_exception_port(zx_handle_t handle, zx_handle_t port, uint64_t key, uint32_t options);
Note: exception ports are deprecated and will be removed soon. New code
zx_task_bind_exception_port() is used to bind (or unbind) a port to
the exception port of a job, process, or thread.
port is an IO port created by
zx_port_create(). The same
IO port can be bound to multiple objects.
key is passed back in exception reports, and is part of the port message protocol.
When a port is bound to the exception port of an object it participates in exception processing. See below for how exceptions are processed.
To unbind from an exception port pass ZX_HANDLE_INVALID for port. This will remove the exception port from handle and port will no longer participate in exception processing for handle.
The exception port will unbind automatically if all handles to port are closed while it is still bound.
A thread may be currently waiting for a response from the program that bound port when it is unbound. Exception processing will continue as if port had never been bound.
port must be of type ZX_OBJ_TYPE_PORT.
zx_task_bind_exception_port() returns ZX_OK on success.
In the event of failure, a negative error value is returned.
ZX_ERR_ALREADY_BOUND handle already has its exception port bound.
ZX_ERR_BAD_HANDLE handle is not a valid handle, or port is not a valid handle. Note that when unbinding from an exception port port is ZX_HANDLE_INVALID.
ZX_ERR_BAD_STATE Unbinding a port that is not currently bound.
ZX_ERR_WRONG_TYPE handle is not that of a job, process, or thread, and is not ZX_HANDLE_INVALID, or port is not that of a port and is not ZX_HANDLE_INVALID.
ZX_ERR_INVALID_ARGS A bad value has been passed in options.
ZX_ERR_NO_MEMORY Failure due to lack of memory. There is no good way for userspace to handle this (unlikely) error. In a future build this error will no longer occur.
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