Section (3) mq_unlink
mq_unlink — remove a message queue
||const char *name
mq_unlink() removes the
specified message queue
name. The message queue name is
removed immediately. The queue itself is destroyed once any
other processes that have the queue open close their
descriptors referring to the queue.
returns 0; on error, −1 is returned, with
errno set to indicate the error.
The caller does not have permission to unlink this message queue.
namewas too long.
There is no message queue with the given
For an explanation of the terms used in this section, see attributes(7).
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