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fatal error: Segmentation fault: 11. Stack trace: # Stack traces obtained from PID 25391 - Thread 0xf5993 # (lldb) process attach --pid. When i try to read for backup (or any other flashing) my V3r, on the phone appair "Critical error 8040", the version boot its A.30. is completely irrelevant for critical recordings in the diffuse field. I use this pair of MKH 8040 all the time when recording sound effects and. critical error 8040 Value +----------------------+---------------------------------+ RESTCONF API Resource 3.3.1, critical error 8040. {+restconf}/data This mandatory resource represents the combined configuration and state data resources that can be accessed by a client. It cannot be created or deleted by the client. The datastore resource type is defined in Section 3.4. Example: This example request by the client would retrieve only the non-configuration data nodes that exist within the "library" resource, using the "content" query parameter (see Section 4.8.1). GET /restconf/data/example-jukebox:jukebox/library\ ?content=nonconfig HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Accept: application/yang-data+xml The server might respond as follows: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server skype disk i/o error secondary Cache-Control: no-cache Content-Type: application/yang-data+xml <library xmlns="https://example.com/ns/example-jukebox"> <artist-count>42</artist-count> <album-count>59</album-count> <song-count>374</song-count> </library> Bierman, et al. Standards Track critical error 8040 [Page 21]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 20173.3.2. {+restconf}/operations This optional resource is a container that provides access to the data-model-specific RPC operations supported by the server, critical error 8040. The server MAY omit this resource if no data-model-specific RPC operations are advertised. Any data-model-specific RPC operations defined in the YANG modules advertised by the error 718 blackberry tether MUST be available as child nodes of this resource. The access point for each RPC operation is represented as an empty leaf. If an operation resource is retrieved, the empty leaf representation is returned by the server. critical error 8040 Operation resources are defined in Section 3.6. 3.3.3. {+restconf}/yang-library-version This mandatory leaf identifies the revision date of the "ietf-yang-library" YANG module that is implemented by this server. In the example that follows, the revision date for the module version found in [RFC7895] is used. Example: GET /restconf/yang-library-version HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Accept: application/yang-data+xml The server might respond as follows: critical error 8040 HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server Cache-Control: no-cache Content-Type: application/yang-data+xml <yang-library-version xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:yang:ietf-restconf">\ 2016-06-21\ </yang-library-version> Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 22]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 20173.4. Datastore Resource The "{+restconf}/data" subtree represents the datastore resource, which is a collection of configuration data and state data nodes, critical error 8040. Critical error 8040 resource type is an abstraction of the system's underlying datastore implementation. The client uses it to edit and retrieve data resources, as the conceptual root of all configuration and state data that is present on the device. Configuration edit transaction management and configuration persistence are handled by the server and not controlled by the client. A datastore resource can be written directly with the POST and PATCH methods, critical error 8040. Each RESTCONF edit of a datastore resource is saved to non-volatile storage by the server if the server supports non-volatile storage of configuration data, critical error 8040 described in Section 1.4. If the datastore resource represented by the "{+restconf}/data" subtree is retrieved, then the datastore and its contents are returned by the server. The datastore is represented by a node named "data" in the "ietf-restconf" module namespace. 3.4.1. Edit Collision Prevention Two edit collision detection and prevention mechanisms are provided in RESTCONF for the datastore resource: a timestamp and an entity-tag. Any change to configuration data resources updates the avr speed uart error timestamp and entity-tag of the datastore resource. In addition, the RESTCONF server MUST return an error if the datastore is locked by an external source (e.g., NETCONF server). 3.4.1.1. Timestamp The last change time is maintained, ioctl_disk_get_partition_info error 998 the "Last-Modified" header field (Section 2.2 of [RFC7232]) is returned in the response for a retrieval request. The "If-Unmodified-Since" header field (Section 3.4 of [RFC7232]) can be used in edit critical error 8040 requests to cause the server to reject the request if the resource has been modified since the specified timestamp. The server SHOULD maintain a last-modified timestamp for the datastore resource, defined in Section 3.4. This timestamp is only affected by configuration child data resources and MUST NOT be updated for changes to non-configuration child data resources. Last-modified timestamps for data resources are discussed in Section 3.5. Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 23]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 If the RESTCONF server is co-located with a NETCONF server, then the last-modified timestamp MUST be for the "running" datastore. Note that it is possible that other protocols can cause the last-modified timestamp to be updated. Such mechanisms are out of scope for this document. 3.4.1.2, critical error 8040. Entity-Tag The server MUST maintain a unique opaque entity-tag for the datastore resource and MUST return it in the "ETag" (Section 2.3 of [RFC7232]) header in the response for a retrieval request. The client MAY use an "If-Match" header in edit operation requests to critical error 8040 the server to reject the request if the resource entity-tag does not match the specified value. The server MUST maintain an entity-tag for the top-level {+restconf}/data resource. This entity-tag is only affected by configuration data resources and MUST NOT be updated for changes to non-configuration data. Entity-tags for data resources are discussed in Section 3.5. Note sql 1064 error each representation (e.g., XML vs. JSON) requires a different entity-tag. If the RESTCONF server is co-located with a NETCONF server, then this entity-tag MUST be for the "running" datastore. Note that it is possible that other protocols can cause the entity-tag to be updated. Such critical error 8040 are out of scope for this document. 3.4.1.3. Update Procedure Changes to configuration data resources affect the timestamp and entity-tag for that resource, any ancestor data resources, and the datastore resource. For example, critical error 8040, an edit to disable an interface might be done by setting the leaf "/interfaces/interface/enabled" to "false". The "enabled" data node and its ancestors (one "interface" list canon pixma ip5000 6a00 error, and the "interfaces" container) are considered to be changed. The datastore is considered to be changed when any top-level configuration data node is changed (e.g., "interfaces"). 3.5. Critical error 8040 Resource A data resource represents a YANG data node that is a descendant node of a datastore resource. Each YANG-defined data node can be uniquely targeted by the request-line of an HTTP method. Containers, leafs, leaf-list entries, list entries, anydata nodes, and anyxml nodes are data resources. Bierman, et al. critical error 8040 Standards Track [Page 24]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 The representation maintained for each data resource is the YANG-defined subtree for that node, critical error 8040. HTTP methods on a data resource affect both the targeted data node and all of its descendants, critical error 8040, if any. A data resource can be retrieved with the GET method. Data resources are accessed via the "{+restconf}/data" URI. This subtree is used to retrieve and edit data resources. 3.5.1. Timestamp For configuration data resources, the server MAY maintain a last-modified timestamp for the resource and return the "Last-Modified" header field when it is retrieved with the GET or HEAD methods. The "Last-Modified" header field can be used by a RESTCONF client in subsequent requests, within the "If-Modified-Since" and "If-Unmodified-Since" header fields. If maintained, the resource timestamp MUST be set to the current time whenever the resource or any configuration resource within the resource is altered. If not maintained, then the resource timestamp for the datastore MUST be used instead. If the RESTCONF server is co-located with a NETCONF server, then the last-modified timestamp for a configuration data resource MUST represent the instance within the "running" datastore. This timestamp is only affected by configuration data resources and MUST NOT be updated for changes to non-configuration data, critical error 8040. 3.5.2. Entity-Tag For configuration data resources, critical error 8040, the server SHOULD maintain a resource entity-tag for each resource and return the "ETag" header field when it is retrieved as the target resource with the GET or HEAD methods. If maintained, the resource entity-tag MUST be updated whenever the resource or any configuration resource within the resource is altered. If not maintained, then the resource entity-tag for the datastore MUST be used instead. The "ETag" header field can be used by a RESTCONF client in subsequent requests, within the "If-Match" and "If-None-Match" header fields. Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 25]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 This entity-tag is only affected by configuration data resources and MUST NOT be updated for changes to non-configuration data. If the RESTCONF server is co-located with a NETCONF server, then the entity-tag for a configuration data resource MUST represent the instance within the "running" datastore, critical error 8040. 3.5.3. Encoding Data Resource Identifiers in the Request URI In YANG, data nodes can be identified with an absolute XPath expression, defined in [XPath], starting from critical error 8040 document root to the target resource. In RESTCONF, URI-encoded path expressions are used instead. A predictable critical error 8040 for a data resource is important, since critical error 8040 applications will code to the YANG data model module, critical error 8040, which uses static naming and defines an absolute path location for all data nodes. A RESTCONF data resource identifier is encoded from left to right, starting with the top-level data node, critical error 8040, according to the "api-path" rule in Section 3.5.3.1. The node name of each ancestor of the target resource node is encoded in order, ending with the node name for the target resource. If a node in the path is defined in a module other than its parent node or its parent is the datastore, then the module name followed by a colon character (":") MUST be prepended to the node name in the resource identifier. See Section 3.5.3.1 for details. critical error 8040 If a data node in the path expression is a YANG maxscript syntax error? node, then the leaf-list value MUST be encoded critical error 8040 to the following rules: o The identifier for the leaf-list MUST be encoded using one path segment [RFC3986]. o The path segment is constructed by having the leaf-list name, followed by an "=" character, followed by the leaf-list value (e.g., /restconf/data/top-leaflist=fred). o The leaf-list value is specified as a string, using the canonical representation for the YANG data type. Any reserved characters MUST be percent-encoded, according to Sections 2.1 and 2.5 of [RFC3986]. Bierman, et al. Critical error 8040 Track [Page 26]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 o YANG 1.1 allows duplicate leaf-list values for non-configuration data. In this case, there is no mechanism to specify the exact matching leaf-list instance. o The comma (",") character is percent-encoded [RFC3986], even though multiple key values are not possible for a leaf-list. This is more consistent and avoids special processing rules. If a data node in the path expression is a YANG critical error 8040 node, then the key values for the list critical error 8040 any) MUST be encoded according to the following rules: o The key leaf values for a data resource representing a YANG list MUST be encoded using one path segment [RFC3986]. o If there is only one key leaf value, the path segment is constructed by having the list name, followed by an "=" character, followed by the single key leaf value. o If there are multiple key leaf values, critical error 8040, the path segment is critical error 8040 constructed by having the list name, followed by the value of each leaf identified in the "key" statement, encoded in the order specified in the YANG "key" statement. Each key leaf value except the last one is followed by a comma character. o The key value is specified as a string, critical error 8040, using the canonical representation for the YANG data type. Any reserved characters MUST be percent-encoded, according to Sections 2.1 and 2.5 of [RFC3986]. The comma (",") character MUST be percent-encoded if it is present in the key value. o All of the components in the "key" critical error 8040 MUST be encoded. Partial instance identifiers are not supported. o Missing key values are not allowed, so two consecutive commas are interpreted as a comma, followed by a zero-length string, followed by a comma. For example, "list1=foo,baz" would be interpreted as a list named "list1" with three key values, and the second key value is a zero-length string. o Note that non-configuration lists are critical error 8040 required to define keys. In this case, a single list instance cannot be accessed. critical error 8040 o The "list-instance" Augmented Backus-Naur Form (ABNF) [RFC5234] rule defined in Section 3.5.3.1 represents the syntax of a list instance identifier. Bierman, et al. error 8 siemens surpresso s75 Standards Track [Page 27]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF critical error 8040 January 2017 Examples: container top { critical error 8040 list list1 { key "key1 key2 key3"; . list list2 { key "key4 key5"; . leaf X { type string; } } } leaf-list Y { type uint32; } } For the above YANG definition, the container "top" is defined in the "example-top" YANG module, and a target resource URI for leaf "X" would be encoded as follows: /restconf/data/example-top:top/list1=key1,key2,key3/\ list2=key4,key5/X For the above YANG definition, a target resource URI for leaf-list "Y" would be encoded as follows: /restconf/data/example-top:top/Y=instance-value The following example shows how reserved characters are percent-encoded within a key value. The value of "key1" contains a comma, single-quote, double-quote, colon, double-quote, critical error 8040, space, and forward slash (,'":" /). Note that double-quote is not a reserved character and does not need to be percent-encoded. The value of "key2" is the empty string, critical error 8040, and the value of "key3" is the string "foo", critical error 8040. Example URL: /restconf/data/example-top:top/list1=%2C%27"%3A"%20%2F,foo 3.5.3.1. ABNF for Data Resource Identifiers The "api-path" ABNF [RFC5234] syntax is used to construct RESTCONF path identifiers. Note that this syntax is used for all resources, and the API path starts with the RESTCONF root resource. Data resources are required to be identified under the "{+restconf}/data" subtree. critical error 8040 Bierman, et al. Standards Track critical error 8040 [Page 28]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 An identifier is not allowed to start with the case-insensitive string "XML", according to YANG identifier rules. The syntax for "api-identifier" and "key-value" MUST conform to the JSON identifier runtime error 216 at dark souls encoding rules in Section 4 of [RFC7951]: The RESTCONF root resource path is required, critical error 8040. Additional sub-resource identifiers are optional. The characters in a key value string are constrained, and some characters need to be percent-encoded, as described in Section 3.5.3. api-path = root *("/" (api-identifier / list-instance)) critical error 8040 root = string ;; replacement string for {+restconf} api-identifier = [module-name ":"] identifier critical error 8040 module-name = identifier list-instance = api-identifier "=" key-value *("," key-value) key-value = string ;; constrained chars are percent-encoded critical error 8040 string = <an unquoted string> identifier = (ALPHA / "_") *(ALPHA / DIGIT / "_" / "-" / ".") 3.5.4. Default Handling RESTCONF requires that a server report its default-handling mode (see Section eppendorf 5804 error 6 for details). If the optional "with-defaults" query parameter is supported by the server, a client may use it to control the retrieval of default values (see Section 4.8.9 for details). If a leaf or leaf-list is missing from the configuration and there is a YANG-defined default for that data resource, then the server MUST use the YANG-defined default as the configured value, critical error 8040. Critical error 8040 the target of a GET method is a data node that represents a leaf or leaf-list that has a default value and the leaf or leaf-list has not been error 22 canon pixma mp140 yet, the server MUST return the default value or values that are in use by the server. In this case, the server MUST ignore its "basic-mode", described in Section 4.8.9, and return the default value. If the target of a GET method is a data node that represents a container or list that has any child resources with default values, critical error 8040, for the child resources that have not been given values yet, the Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 29]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 server MAY return the default values that are in use by the server in accordance with its reported default-handling mode and query parameters passed by the client, critical error 8040. 3.6. Operation Resource An operation resource represents an RPC operation defined with the YANG "rpc" statement or a data-model-specific action defined with a YANG "action" statement. It is invoked using a POST method on the operation resource. An RPC operation is invoked as: POST {+restconf}/operations/<operation> The <operation> field identifies the module name and rpc identifier string for the desired operation. For example, if "module-A" defined a "reset" RPC operation, then invoking the operation would be requested as follows: POST /restconf/operations/module-A:reset HTTP/1.1 Server: example.com An action is invoked as: POST {+restconf}/data/<data-resource-identifier>/<action> where <data-resource-identifier> contains the path to the data node where the action is defined, and <action> is the name of the action. For example, if "module-A" defined a "reset-all" action in the container "interfaces", then invoking this action would be requested as follows: POST /restconf/data/module-A:interfaces/reset-all HTTP/1.1 Server: example.com If the RPC operation is invoked without errors and if the "rpc" or "action" statement has no "output" section, the response message critical error 8040 MUST NOT include a message-body and MUST send a "204 No Content" status-line instead. All operation resources representing RPC operations supported by the server MUST be identified in the "{+restconf}/operations" subtree, defined in Section 3.3.2. Operation resources representing YANG critical error 8040 critical error 8040 actions are not identified in this subtree, since they are invoked using a URI within the "{+restconf}/data" subtree. Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 30]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 20173.6.1. Encoding Operation Resource Input Parameters If the "rpc" or "action" statement has an "input" section, then instances of these input parameters are encoded in the module namespace where the "rpc" or "action" statement is defined, in an XML element or JSON object named "input", which is in the module namespace where the "rpc" or "action" statement is defined. If the "rpc" or "action" statement has an "input" section and the "input" object tree contains any child data nodes that are considered mandatory nodes, then a message-body MUST be sent by the client in the request. If the "rpc" or "action" critical error 8040 has an "input" section and the "input" object tree does not contain any child nodes that are considered mandatory nodes, then a message-body MAY be sent by the client in the request. If the "rpc" or "action" statement has no "input" section, the request message MUST NOT include a message-body. Examples: http error 403 forbidden on samsung The following YANG module is used for the RPC operation examples in this section. module example-ops { namespace "https://example.com/ns/example-ops"; prefix "ops"; organization "Example, Inc."; contact "support at example.com"; description "Example Operations Data Model Module."; revision "2016-07-07" { description "Initial version."; reference "example.com document 3-3373."; } Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 31]
RFC 8040 motofans wallpaper creator runtime error RESTCONF January 2017 rpc reboot { description "Reboot operation."; input { leaf delay { critical error 8040 type uint32; units "seconds"; default 0; description "Number of seconds to wait before initiating the reboot operation."; } leaf message { type string; description "Log message to display when reboot is started."; } leaf language { type string; description "Language identifier string."; reference "RFC 5646."; } } } Bierman, critical error 8040, et al. Standards Track [Page 32]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 rpc get-reboot-info { description "Retrieve parameters used in the last reboot operation."; output { leaf reboot-time { type uint32; description "The 'delay' parameter used in the last critical error 8040 operation."; } leaf message { type string; description "The 'message' parameter used in the last reboot operation."; } leaf language { type string; description "The 'language' parameter used in the last reboot operation."; } runtime error 91 windows 7 } } } The following YANG module is used for the YANG action examples in this section. module example-actions { critical error 8040 yang-version 1.1; namespace "https://example.com/ns/example-actions"; prefix "act"; import ietf-yang-types { prefix yang; } organization "Example, Inc."; contact "support at example.com"; description "Example Actions Data Model Module."; revision "2016-07-07" { description "Initial version."; reference "example.com document 2-9973."; } Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 33]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 container interfaces { description "System interfaces."; list interface { key name; description "One interface entry."; leaf name { type string; description "Interface name."; } action reset { description "Reset an interface."; input { leaf delay { type uint32; units "seconds"; default 0; description "Number of seconds to wait before starting the interface reset."; } } } action get-last-reset-time { description "Retrieve the last interface reset time."; critical error 8040 output { leaf last-reset { type yang:date-and-time; mandatory true; critical error 8040 description "Date and time of the last interface reset, critical error 8040, or critical error 8040 the last reboot time of the device."; } } } } } } Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 34]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 critical error 8040 RPC Input Example: The client might send the following POST request message to invoke the "reboot" RPC operation: POST /restconf/operations/example-ops:reboot HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Content-Type: application/yang-data+xml <input xmlns="https://example.com/ns/example-ops"> <delay>600</delay> <message>Going down for system maintenance</message> <language>en-US</language> </input> The server might respond as follows: render creation error unsupported desktop resolution HTTP/1.1 204 No Content Date: Thu, critical error 8040, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server The same example request message is shown here using JSON encoding: POST /restconf/operations/example-ops:reboot HTTP/1.1 sql error 17090 sqlstate null Host: example.com Content-Type: application/yang-data+json { critical error 8040 "example-ops:input" : { "delay" : 600, "message" : "Going down for system maintenance", "language" : "en-US" } } Action Input Example: The client might send the following POST request message to invoke the "reset" action: POST /restconf/data/example-actions:interfaces/\ interface=eth0/reset HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Content-Type: application/yang-data+xml <input xmlns="https://example.com/ns/example-actions"> <delay>600</delay> </input> Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 35]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 The server might respond as follows: HTTP/1.1 204 No Content Date: Thu, critical error 8040, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server The same example request message is shown here using JSON encoding: POST /restconf/data/example-actions:interfaces/\ critical error 8040 interface=eth0/reset HTTP/1.1 interopapp.msbuildregistertaskhost delphi error Host: example.com Content-Type: application/yang-data+json { "example-actions:input" : { "delay" : 600 } } 3.6.2. Encoding Operation Resource Output Parameters If the "rpc" or "action" statement has an "output" section, then instances of these output parameters are encoded in the module namespace where the "rpc" or "action" statement is defined, in an XML element or JSON object named "output", which is in the module namespace where the "rpc" or "action" statement is defined. If the RPC operation is invoked without errors, and if the "rpc" or "action" statement has an "output" section and the "output" object tree contains any child data nodes that are considered mandatory nodes, then a response message-body MUST be sent by the server in the response. If the RPC operation is invoked without errors, and if the "rpc" or "action" statement has an "output" section and the "output" object tree does not contain any child nodes that are considered mandatory nodes, then a response message-body MAY be sent by the server in the response. The request URI is not returned in the response. Knowledge of the request URI may be needed to associate the output with the specific "rpc" or "action" statement used in the request. Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 36]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 Examples: microsoft access vba error handler RPC Output Example: The "example-ops" YANG module defined in Section 3.6.1 is used for this example. The client might send the following POST request message to invoke the "get-reboot-info" operation: POST /restconf/operations/example-ops:get-reboot-info HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Accept: application/yang-data+json The server might respond as follows: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server Content-Type: application/yang-data+json { "example-ops:output" : { "reboot-time" : 30, "message" : "Going down for system maintenance", "language" : "en-US" ftp getlasterror 12031 } } The same response is shown here using XML encoding: critical error 8040 HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server Content-Type: application/yang-data+xml <output xmlns="https://example.com/ns/example-ops"> <reboot-time>30</reboot-time> <message>Going down for system maintenance</message> <language>en-US</language> </output> Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 37]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 Action Output Example: The "example-actions" YANG module defined in Section 3.6.1 is used for this example. The client might send the following POST request message to invoke the "get-last-reset-time" action: POST /restconf/data/example-actions:interfaces/\ interface=eth0/get-last-reset-time HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Accept: application/yang-data+json The server might respond as follows: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server Content-Type: application/yang-data+json { "example-actions:output" : { "last-reset" : "2015-10-10T02:14:11Z" } } 3.6.3, critical error 8040. Encoding Operation Resource Errors If any errors occur while attempting to invoke the operation or action, then an "errors" media type is returned with the appropriate error status. If (1) the RPC operation input is not valid or (2) the RPC operation is invoked but errors occur, then a message-body containing seek error rate wd "errors" resource MUST be sent by the server, as defined in Section 3.9. Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 38]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 Using the "reboot" RPC operation from the example in Section 3.6.1, the client might send the following POST request message: POST /restconf/operations/example-ops:reboot HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Content-Type: application/yang-data+xml <input xmlns="https://example.com/ns/example-ops"> <delay>-33</delay> <message>Going down for system maintenance</message> <language>en-US</language> </input> The server might respond with an "invalid-value" error: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server Content-Type: application/yang-data+xml <errors xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:yang:ietf-restconf"> <error> <error-type>protocol</error-type> <error-tag>invalid-value</error-tag> critical error 8040 <error-path xmlns:ops="https://example.com/ns/example-ops"> critical error 8040 /ops:input/ops:delay </error-path> <error-message>Invalid input parameter</error-message> </error> </errors> Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 39]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 The same response is shown here using JSON encoding: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server Content-Type: application/yang-data+json { "ietf-restconf:errors" : { "error" : [ { "error-type" : "protocol", "error-tag" : "invalid-value", "error-path" : "/example-ops:input/delay", critical error 8040 "error-message" : "Invalid input parameter" } ] } } 3.7. Schema Resource The server can optionally support the retrieval of the YANG modules it uses. If retrieval is supported, then the "schema" leaf MUST be present in the associated "module" list entry, critical error 8040, defined in [RFC7895]. To retrieve a YANG module, a client first needs to get the URL for retrieving the schema, which is stored in the "schema" leaf. Note sql error number 5170 there is no required structure for this URL, critical error 8040. The URL value shown below is just an example. The client might send the following GET request message: GET /restconf/data/ietf-yang-library:modules-state/\ module=example-jukebox,2016-08-15/schema HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Accept: application/yang-data+json critical error 8040 The server might respond as follows: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, critical error 8040, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 Critical error 8040 Server: example-server Content-Type: application/yang-data+json { "ietf-yang-library:schema" : "https://example.com/mymodules/example-jukebox/2016-08-15" } Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 40]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 Next, the client needs to retrieve the actual YANG schema. The client might send the following GET request message: GET https://example.com/mymodules/example-jukebox/\ 2016-08-15 HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Accept: application/yang The server might respond as follows: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, critical error 8040, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server Error code 0x80070017 application/yang // entire YANG module contents deleted for this example. 3.8. Event Stream Resource An event stream resource represents a source for system-generated event notifications. Each stream is created and modified by the server only. A client can retrieve a stream resource or initiate a long-poll server-sent event stream [W3C.REC-eventsource-20150203], using the procedure specified in Section 6.3. An event stream functions according to the "NETCONF Event Notifications" specification [RFC5277]. The available streams can be retrieved from the "stream" list, which specifies the syntax and semantics of the stream resources. 3.9. "errors" YANG Data Template The "errors" YANG data template models a collection of error information that is sent as the message-body in a server response message if an error occurs while processing a request message. It is not considered as a resource hp printer device communication error 5012 because no instances can be retrieved with a GET request. The "ietf-restconf" YANG module contains the "yang-errors" YANG data template, which specifies the syntax and semantics of autocad select shape file error "errors" container within a RESTCONF response, critical error 8040. RESTCONF error-handling behavior is defined in Section 7. Bierman, et al, critical error 8040. Standards Track [Page 41]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF critical error 8040 January 20174. RESTCONF Methods The RESTCONF protocol uses HTTP methods to identify the CRUD operations requested for a particular critical error 8040. The following table shows how the RESTCONF operations relate to NETCONF protocol critical error 8040. The resource must exist or the DELETE method will fail. The PATCH method is equivalent to a "merge" edit typical errors of database when using a plain patch (see Section 4.6.1); other media types may provide more granular control, critical error 8040. Access control mechanisms are used to limit what CRUD operations can be used. In particular, RESTCONF is compatible with the NETCONF Access Control Model (NACM) [RFC6536], as there is a specific mapping between RESTCONF and NETCONF operations. The resource path needs to be converted internally by the server to the corresponding YANG instance identifier, critical error 8040. Using this information, the server can apply the NACM access critical error 8040 rules to RESTCONF messages. Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 42]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January error handlers mysql The server MUST NOT allow any RESTCONF operation for any resources that the client is not authorized to access. The implementation of all methods (except PATCH [RFC5789]) is defined in [RFC7231]. This section defines the RESTCONF protocol usage for critical error 8040 each HTTP method. 4.1. OPTIONS The OPTIONS method is sent by the client to discover which methods are supported by the server for a specific resource (e.g., critical error 8040, GET, POST, DELETE). The server MUST implement this method. The "Accept-Patch" header field MUST be supported and returned in the response to the OPTIONS request, as defined in [RFC5789]. 4.2. HEAD The RESTCONF server MUST support the HEAD method. The HEAD method is sent by the client to retrieve just the header fields (which contain the metadata for a resource) that would be returned for the comparable GET method, without the response message-body. It is supported for all resources that support the GET method. The request MUST contain a request URI that contains at least the root resource. The same query parameters supported by the GET method are supported by the HEAD method. The access control behavior is enforced as if the method was GET instead of HEAD. The server MUST respond the same as if the method was GET instead of HEAD, except that no response message-body is included. 4.3. GET The RESTCONF server MUST support the GET method. The GET method is autocad 2009 error 0.1.0011 by the client to retrieve data and metadata for a resource. It is supported for all resource types, except operation resources, critical error 8040. The request MUST contain a request URI that contains at least the root resource. The server MUST NOT return any data resources for which the user does not have read privileges, critical error 8040. If the user is not authorized to read the target resource, an error response containing a "401 Unauthorized" status-line SHOULD be returned. The error-tag value "access-denied" is returned in this case. A server MAY return a "404 Not Found" status-line, critical error 8040, as described in Section 6.5.4 in [RFC7231]. The error-tag value "invalid-value" is returned in this case. Bierman, critical error 8040, et al. Standards Track [Page 43]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 If the user is authorized to read some but not all of the target resource, the unauthorized content is omitted from the response message-body, and the authorized content is returned to the client. If any content is returned to the client, then the server MUST send a valid response message-body. More than one element MUST NOT be returned for XML encoding. If multiple elements are sent in a JSON critical error 8040 message-body, then they MUST be sent as a JSON array. In this case, any timestamp or entity-tag returned in the response MUST be associated with the first element returned. If a retrieval request for a data resource representing a YANG critical error 8040 leaf-list or list object identifies more than one instance critical error 8040 XML encoding is used in the response, then critical error 8040 error response containing a "400 Bad Request" status-line MUST be returned by the server. The error-tag value "invalid-value" is used in this case. Note that a non-configuration list is not required to define any keys. In this case, the retrieval of error printer driver single list instance is not possible. If a retrieval request for a data resource represents an instance that does not exist, then an error response containing a "404 Not Found" status-line MUST be returned by the server. The error-tag value "invalid-value" is used in this case. If the target resource of a retrieval request is for an operation resource, then a "405 Method Not Allowed" status-line MUST be returned by the server. The error-tag value "operation-not-supported" is used in this case. Note that the way that access control is applied to data resources may not be completely compatible with HTTP caching. The "Last-Modified" and "ETag" header fields maintained for a data critical error 8040 resource are not affected by changes to the access control rules for that data resource. It is possible for the representation of a data resource that is visible to a particular client to be changed without detection via the "Last-Modified" or "ETag" values. Example: The client might request the response header fields for an XML representation of a specific "album" resource: GET /restconf/data/example-jukebox:jukebox/\ library/artist=Foo%20Fighters/album=Wasting%20Light HTTP/1.1 Host: example.com Accept: application/yang-data+xml Bierman, critical error 8040, et al. Standards Track [Page 44]
RFC 8040 critical error 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 The server might respond as follows: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:56:30 GMT Server: example-server Content-Type: application/yang-data+xml Cache-Control: no-cache ETag: "a74eefc993a2b" Critical error 8040 Thu, 26 Jan 2017 14:02:14 GMT <album xmlns="http://example.com/ns/example-jukebox" xmlns:jbox="http://example.com/ns/example-jukebox"> <name>Wasting Light</name> <genre>jbox:alternative</genre> <year>2011</year> </album> Refer to Appendix B.1 for more resource retrieval examples, critical error 8040. 4.4. POST The RESTCONF server MUST support the POST method. The POST method is sent by the client to create a data resource or invoke an operation resource. The server uses the target resource type to determine how to process the request. +-----------+------------------------------------------------+ Contains all data resources critical error 8040 +--------+----------------------------------------------------------+ The default value is "last". This parameter is only supported for the POST and PUT methods, critical error 8040. It is also only supported if the target resource is a data resource, and that data represents a YANG list or leaf-list that is "ordered-by user". If the values "before" or "after" are used, then a "point" query parameter for the "insert" query parameter MUST also be present, or a "400 Bad Request" status-line is returned. The "insert" query parameter MUST be supported by the server. 4.8.6. The "point" Query Parameter The "point" query parameter is used to specify the insertion point for a data resource that is being created or moved within an "ordered-by user" list or leaf-list. The value of the "point" parameter is a string that identifies the path to the insertion point object. The format is the same as a target resource URI string, critical error 8040. This parameter is only supported for the POST and PUT methods. It is also only supported if the target resource is a data resource, and that data represents a YANG list or leaf-list that is "ordered-by user". Bierman, critical error 8040, error provider wpf al. Standards Track [Page 57]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF ahci port0 device error asus notebook January 2017 critical error 8040 If the "insert" query parameter is not present or has a value other than "before" or "after", then a "400 Bad Request" status-line is returned, critical error 8040. critical error 8040 This parameter contains the instance identifier of the resource to be used as the insertion point for a POST or PUT method. The "point" query parameter MUST be supported by the server. 4.8.7. The "start-time" Query Parameter The "start-time" query parameter is used to trigger the notification replay feature defined in [RFC5277] and indicate that the replay should start at the time specified. If the stream does not support replay per the "replay-support" attribute returned by the "stream" list entry for the stream resource, critical error 8040, then the server MUST return a "400 Bad Request" status-line. The value of the "start-time" parameter is of type "date-and-time", defined in the "ietf-yang-types" YANG module [RFC6991]. This parameter is only allowed for GET methods on a "text/event-stream" data resource. A "400 Bad Request" status-line is returned if used for other methods or resource types, critical error 8040. If this parameter is not present, then a replay subscription is not being requested. It is not valid to specify start times that are later than the current time, critical error 8040. If the value specified is earlier than the log can support, the replay will begin with the earliest available notification. A client can obtain a server's current time by examining the "Date" header field that the server returns in response messages, according to [RFC7231]. If this query parameter is supported by the server, then the "replay" query parameter URI MUST be listed in the "capability" leaf-list defined in Section 9.3, and the "stop-time" query parameter MUST also be supported by the server. If the "replay-support" leaf has the value "true" in the "stream" entry (defined in Section 9.3), then the server MUST support the "start-time" and "stop-time" query parameters for that stream. 4.8.8. The "stop-time" Query Parameter The "stop-time" query parameter is used with the replay feature to indicate the newest notifications of interest. This parameter MUST be used with, and have a value later than, the "start-time" parameter. Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 58]
RFC 8040 error create bot 0 RESTCONF ricoh sc 320 error code January 2017 The value of the "stop-time" parameter is of type "date-and-time", defined in the "ietf-yang-types" YANG module [RFC6991]. This parameter is only allowed for GET methods on a "text/event-stream" data resource. A "400 Bad Request" status-line is returned if used for other methods or resource types. If this parameter is not present, the notifications will continue critical error 8040 until the subscription is terminated, critical error 8040. Values in the future are critical error 8040. If this query parameter is supported by the server, then the "replay" query parameter URI MUST be listed in the "capability" leaf-list defined in Section 9.3, critical error 8040, and the "start-time" query parameter MUST also be supported by the server. If the "replay-support" leaf is present in the "stream" critical error 8040 (defined in Section 9.3), then the server Critical error 8040 support the "start-time" and "stop-time" query parameters for that stream. 4.8.9. The "with-defaults" Query Parameter The "with-defaults" query parameter is used to specify how information about default data nodes should be returned in response to GET requests on data resources, critical error 8040. If the server supports this capability, then it MUST implement the behavior described in Section 4.5.1 of [RFC6243], except critical error 8040 to the RESTCONF GET operation instead of the NETCONF operations, critical error 8040. Section 3.1 of [RFC6243], critical error 8040. Bierman, et al. critical error 8040 Standards Track [Page 59]
RFC 8040 critical error 8040 RESTCONF January 2017 If the "with-defaults" parameter is set to "trim", then the server MUST adhere to the default-reporting behavior defined in Section 3.2 of [RFC6243]. If the "with-defaults" parameter is set to "explicit", then the server MUST adhere to the default-reporting behavior defined in Section 3.3 of [RFC6243]. If the "with-defaults" parameter is set to "report-all-tagged", then the server MUST adhere to the default-reporting behavior defined in Section 3.4 of [RFC6243]. Metadata is reported by the server as specified in Section 5.3, critical error 8040. The XML encoding for the "default" attribute sent by the server for default nodes is defined 7f post code error Section 6 of [RFC6243]. The JSON encoding for the "default" attribute MUST use the same values, as defined in [RFC6243], critical error 8040, but encoded according to the rules in [RFC7952]. The module name "ietf-netconf-with-defaults" MUST be used for the "default" attribute. If the "with-defaults" parameter is not present, then the server MUST adhere to the default-reporting behavior defined in its "basic-mode" parameter for the "defaults" protocol capability URI, defined in Section 9.1.2. If the server includes the "with-defaults" query parameter URI in the "capability" leaf-list defined in Section 9.3, then the "with-defaults" query parameter MUST be supported. Since the server does not report the "also-supported" parameter as described in Section 4.3 of [RFC6243], it is possible that some values for the critical error 8040 parameter will not be supported. If the server does not support the requested value of the "with-defaults" parameter, the server MUST return a response with a "400 Bad Request" status-line. The error-tag value "invalid-value" is used in this case, critical error 8040. 5. Messages The RESTCONF protocol uses HTTP messages. A single HTTP message corresponds to a single protocol method. Most messages can perform a single task on a single resource, such as retrieving a resource or editing a resource. Error reco chain exception is the PATCH method, which allows multiple datastore edits within a single message. Bierman, et al. Standards Track [Page 60]
RFC 8040 RESTCONF January 20175.1, critical error 8040. Request URI Structure Resources are represented with URIs following the structure for generic URIs in [RFC3986]. A RESTCONF operation is derived from the HTTP method and the request URI, using the following conceptual fields: <OP> /<restconf>/<path>?<query> ^ critical error 8040 ^ focus fuel computer data error ^ ^

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