status.i4.v = logger_find_device_c(device_name.i1a.r,

	This routine returns information about logged devices given
	their device name.  Searches can also be made including the
	data event on which the device was logged.

	device_name	requested device name (can be null terminated)
			(up to C_STYLE_LONG_DEVICE_NAME_LEN characters)
			(example: "M:OUTTMP")
	event_string	requested event (a value of NULL may be passed if
			a data event search is not needed)
			(up to DATA_EVENT_MAX_LEN characters)
			(example: "p,10000,true")
	num_found	returned number of entries found
	found_devices	returned datalogging information
			(array of LOGGER_SEARCH_DATA structures)
			(Note: This is a pointer to a buffer allocated by
			 this routine. The caller should neither allocate
			 nor free this buffer.)
	[node]		requested Lumberjack node
			(default is 0 which results in returning data from all
			 nodes which are logging the requested device)

	This function returns ACNET status values as follows:

	OK			success
	LJ_MEMFAIL		dynamic memory allocation failure
	LJ_INVARG		requested device name is blank or NULL
	LJ_NO_SUCH		requested Lumberjack does not have the
				requested device
	ACNET_xxx		error in communicating with Database

	This function requires the following include files:

	cnsparam_h, cns_data_structs_h, clib_h, acnet_errors_h

	Related functions:

	logger_devices_from_node_c, logger_get_device_c,
	logger_get_device_by_name_c, logger_get_device_list_c,
	logger_return_data, logger_setnode, logger_return_names,
	logger_check_alive, logger_restart_lists, logger_shutdown,
	logger_name_to_node, logger_node_to_name_c,
	logger_available_device_dates_c, logger_available_device_data_entries_c,
	logger_get_list_data_events_c, logger_find_lists_by_data_event_c,

	C/C++ usage:

	static const char device_name[C_STYLE_LONG_DEVICE_NAME_LEN+1] = "M:OUTTMP";
	static const char event_string[DATA_EVENT_MAX_LEN+1] = "p,10000,true";
	int	status;
	int	node = 0;
	unsigned int	num_found;
	LOGGER_SEARCH_DATA	*found_devices;

	status = logger_find_device_c(device_name,event_string,