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In the case of a solution based on a name server, that solution is not enough, because the process wants CLIENT–SERVER SYSTEMS to call the located server during a time horizon. , a client name and a server name), should be registered. The RPC run-time procedure for performing remote calls expects to be provided a binding object as one of its arguments. This procedure directs the call to the binding address received. It should be possible to add new binding objects to the table, remove binding objects from the binding table (which in practice means breaking a binding), and update the binding table.

A message is sent and received by executing the following two primitives: send(dest, src, buffer). The execution of this primitive sends the message stored in buffer to a server process named dest. The message contains a name of a client process named src to be used by the server to send a response back. receive(client, buffer). The execution of this primitive causes the receiving server process to be blocked until a message arrives. The server process specifies the client name of a process from whom a message is desired, and provides a buffer to store an incoming message.

The blocking and nonblocking send primitives are illustrated in Fig. 4. If the blocking send primitive is used, the sending process (client) is blocked: that is, the instruction following the send primitive is not executed until the message has been completely sent. The blocking receive implies that the process which issued this primitive remains blocked (suspended) until a message arrives, and being put into the buffer specified in the receive primitive. If the nonblocking send primitive is used, the sending process (client) is only blocked for the period of copying a message into the kernel buffer.

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