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Revision 1.240 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Dec 15 21:18:53 2006 UTC (7 years, 9 months ago) by joerg
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: yamt-splraiseipl-base5, yamt-splraiseipl-base4
Changes since 1.239: +18 -15 lines
Diff to previous 1.239 (colored)

Introduce new helper functions to abstract the route caching.
rtcache_init and rtcache_init_noclone lookup ro_dst and store
the result in ro_rt, taking care of the reference counting and
calling the domain specific route cache.
rtcache_free checks if a route was cashed and frees the reference.
rtcache_copy copies ro_dst of the given struct route, checking that
enough space is available and incrementing the reference count of the
cached rtentry if necessary.
rtcache_check validates that the cached route is still up. If it isn't,
it tries to look it up again. Afterwards ro_rt is either a valid again
or NULL.
rtcache_copy is used internally.

Adjust to callers of rtalloc/rtflush in the tree to check the sanity of
ro_dst first (if necessary). If it doesn't fit the expectations, free
the cache, otherwise check if the cached route is still valid. After
that combination, a single check for ro_rt == NULL is enough to decide
whether a new lookup needs to be done with a different ro_dst.
Make the route checking in gre stricter by repeating the loop check
after revalidation.
Remove some unused RADIX_MPATH code in in6_src.c. The logic is slightly
changed here to first validate the route and check RTF_GATEWAY
afterwards. This is sementically equivalent though.
etherip doesn't need sc_route_expire similiar to the gif changes from
dyoung@ earlier.

Based on the earlier patch from dyoung@, reviewed and discussed with
him.

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