Function - Return a send right to a kernel clock's control port.
[in host-control send right]
The control port for the host owning the
The identification of the desired kernel clock. These values
are defined in \*L\*O. Although an implementation
may define additional values, the following values are always defined
(although only the REALTIME clock is required to be implemented):
A moderate resolution clock service that (typically) tracks
time since the system last boot.
A (typically) low resolution clock (to the second) that
survives power failures or service outages.
A high resolution clock.
[out clock-control send right]
Control port for the clock.
The host_get_clock_control function returns a send
right to the control port for
a kernel clock object. This right is used to set the clock's
resolution and time.
Only generic errors apply.