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* These .proto interfaces are private and stable.
* Please see
* for what changes are allowed for a *stable* .proto interface.
syntax = "proto2";
* These are the messages used by Hadoop RPC for the Rpc Engine Protocol Buffer
* to marshal the request and response in the RPC layer.
* The messages are sent in addition to the normal RPC header as
* defined in RpcHeader.proto
option java_package = "org.apache.hadoop.ipc.protobuf";
option java_outer_classname = "ProtobufRpcEngine2Protos";
option java_generate_equals_and_hash = true;
package hadoop.common;
* This message is the header for the Protobuf Rpc Engine
* when sending a RPC request from RPC client to the RPC server.
* The actual request (serialized as protobuf) follows this request.
* No special header is needed for the Rpc Response for Protobuf Rpc Engine.
* The normal RPC response header (see RpcHeader.proto) are sufficient.
message RequestHeaderProto {
/** Name of the RPC method */
required string methodName = 1;
* RPCs for a particular interface (ie protocol) are done using a
* IPC connection that is setup using rpcProxy.
* The rpcProxy's has a declared protocol name that is
* sent form client to server at connection time.
* Each Rpc call also sends a protocol name
* (called declaringClassprotocolName). This name is usually the same
* as the connection protocol name except in some cases.
* For example metaProtocols such ProtocolInfoProto which get metainfo
* about the protocol reuse the connection but need to indicate that
* the actual protocol is different (i.e. the protocol is
* ProtocolInfoProto) since they reuse the connection; in this case
* the declaringClassProtocolName field is set to the ProtocolInfoProto
required string declaringClassProtocolName = 2;
/** protocol version of class declaring the called method */
required uint64 clientProtocolVersion = 3;
/** protocol extensions */
extensions 1000 to max;