|SYSARCH(2)||System Calls Manual||SYSARCH(2)|
architecture-dependent system call
sysarch() performs the
architecture-dependent function specified by number
with the arguments specified by the args pointer.
args is a pointer to a structure defining the actual
arguments of the function. Symbolic constants and argument structures for
the architecture-dependent functions can be found in the header file
sysarch() system call should never be
called directly by user programs. Instead, they should access its functions
using the architecture-dependent library.
See the manual pages for specific architecture-dependent function calls for information about their return values.
sysarch() function call appeared in
|September 10, 2015||OpenBSD-current|