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Revision 1.71, Mon May 26 19:16:39 2014 UTC (6 months ago) by dholland
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: tls-maxphys-base, tls-earlyentropy-base, netbsd-7-base, netbsd-7, HEAD
Changes since 1.70: +3 -3 lines

Fix previous. Anyone have a brown paper bag?

/*	$NetBSD: inode.h,v 1.71 2014/05/26 19:16:39 dholland Exp $	*/

/*
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 *
 *	@(#)inode.h	8.9 (Berkeley) 5/14/95
 */

#ifndef _UFS_UFS_INODE_H_
#define	_UFS_UFS_INODE_H_

#include <sys/vnode.h>
#include <ufs/ufs/dinode.h>
#include <ufs/ufs/dir.h>
#include <ufs/ufs/quota.h>
#include <ufs/ext2fs/ext2fs_dinode.h>
#include <miscfs/genfs/genfs_node.h>

/*
 * Lookup result state (other than the result inode). This is
 * currently stashed in the vnode between VOP_LOOKUP and directory
 * operation VOPs, which is gross.
 *
 * XXX ulr_diroff is a lookup hint from the previos call of VOP_LOOKUP.
 * probably it should not be here.
 */
struct ufs_lookup_results {
	int32_t	  ulr_count;	/* Size of free slot in directory. */
	doff_t	  ulr_endoff;	/* End of useful stuff in directory. */
	doff_t	  ulr_diroff;	/* Offset in dir, where we found last entry. */
	doff_t	  ulr_offset;	/* Offset of free space in directory. */
	u_int32_t ulr_reclen;	/* Size of found directory entry. */
};

/* notyet XXX */
#define UFS_CHECK_CRAPCOUNTER(dp) ((void)(dp)->i_crapcounter)

/*
 * Per-filesystem inode extensions.
 */
struct ffs_inode_ext {
	daddr_t *ffs_snapblklist;	/* Collect expunged snapshot blocks. */
	/* follow two fields are used by contiguous allocation code only. */
	daddr_t ffs_first_data_blk;	/* first data block on disk. */
	daddr_t ffs_first_indir_blk;	/* first indirect block on disk. */
};

struct ext2fs_inode_ext {
	daddr_t ext2fs_last_lblk;	/* last logical block allocated */
	daddr_t ext2fs_last_blk;	/* last block allocated on disk */
};

struct lfs_inode_ext;

/*
 * The inode is used to describe each active (or recently active) file in the
 * UFS filesystem. It is composed of two types of information. The first part
 * is the information that is needed only while the file is active (such as
 * the identity of the file and linkage to speed its lookup). The second part
 * is the permanent meta-data associated with the file which is read in
 * from the permanent dinode from long term storage when the file becomes
 * active, and is put back when the file is no longer being used.
 */
struct inode {
	struct genfs_node i_gnode;
	TAILQ_ENTRY(inode) i_nextsnap; /* snapshot file list. */
	struct	vnode *i_vnode;	/* Vnode associated with this inode. */
	struct  ufsmount *i_ump; /* Mount point associated with this inode. */
	struct	vnode *i_devvp;	/* Vnode for block I/O. */
	u_int32_t i_flag;	/* flags, see below */
	dev_t	  i_dev;	/* Device associated with the inode. */
	ino_t	  i_number;	/* The identity of the inode. */

	union {			/* Associated filesystem. */
		struct	fs *fs;		/* FFS */
		struct	lfs *lfs;	/* LFS */
		struct	m_ext2fs *e2fs;	/* EXT2FS */
	} inode_u;
#define	i_fs	inode_u.fs
#define	i_lfs	inode_u.lfs
#define	i_e2fs	inode_u.e2fs

	void	*i_unused1;	/* Unused. */
	struct	 dquot *i_dquot[MAXQUOTAS]; /* Dquot structures. */
	u_quad_t i_modrev;	/* Revision level for NFS lease. */
	struct	 lockf *i_lockf;/* Head of byte-level lock list. */

	/*
	 * Side effects; used during (and after) directory lookup.
	 * XXX should not be here.
	 */
	struct ufs_lookup_results i_crap;
	unsigned i_crapcounter;	/* serial number for i_crap */

	/*
	 * Inode extensions
	 */
	union {
		/* Other extensions could go here... */
		struct	ffs_inode_ext ffs;
		struct	ext2fs_inode_ext e2fs;
		struct  lfs_inode_ext *lfs;
	} inode_ext;
#define	i_snapblklist		inode_ext.ffs.ffs_snapblklist
#define	i_ffs_first_data_blk	inode_ext.ffs.ffs_first_data_blk
#define	i_ffs_first_indir_blk	inode_ext.ffs.ffs_first_indir_blk
#define	i_e2fs_last_lblk	inode_ext.e2fs.ext2fs_last_lblk
#define	i_e2fs_last_blk		inode_ext.e2fs.ext2fs_last_blk
	/*
	 * Copies from the on-disk dinode itself.
	 *
	 * These fields are currently only used by FFS and LFS,
	 * do NOT use them with ext2fs.
	 */
	u_int16_t i_mode;	/* IFMT, permissions; see below. */
	int16_t   i_nlink;	/* File link count. */
	u_int64_t i_size;	/* File byte count. */
	u_int32_t i_flags;	/* Status flags (chflags). */
	int32_t   i_gen;	/* Generation number. */
	u_int32_t i_uid;	/* File owner. */
	u_int32_t i_gid;	/* File group. */
	u_int16_t i_omode;	/* Old mode, for ufs_reclaim. */

	struct dirhash *i_dirhash;	/* Hashing for large directories */

	/*
	 * The on-disk dinode itself.
	 */
	union {
		struct	ufs1_dinode *ffs1_din;	/* 128 bytes of the on-disk dinode. */
		struct	ufs2_dinode *ffs2_din;
		struct	ext2fs_dinode *e2fs_din; /* 128 bytes of the on-disk
						   dinode. */
	} i_din;
};

#define	i_ffs1_atime		i_din.ffs1_din->di_atime
#define	i_ffs1_atimensec	i_din.ffs1_din->di_atimensec
#define	i_ffs1_blocks		i_din.ffs1_din->di_blocks
#define	i_ffs1_ctime		i_din.ffs1_din->di_ctime
#define	i_ffs1_ctimensec	i_din.ffs1_din->di_ctimensec
#define	i_ffs1_db		i_din.ffs1_din->di_db
#define	i_ffs1_flags		i_din.ffs1_din->di_flags
#define	i_ffs1_gen		i_din.ffs1_din->di_gen
#define	i_ffs1_gid		i_din.ffs1_din->di_gid
#define	i_ffs1_ib		i_din.ffs1_din->di_ib
#define	i_ffs1_mode		i_din.ffs1_din->di_mode
#define	i_ffs1_mtime		i_din.ffs1_din->di_mtime
#define	i_ffs1_mtimensec	i_din.ffs1_din->di_mtimensec
#define	i_ffs1_nlink		i_din.ffs1_din->di_nlink
#define	i_ffs1_rdev		i_din.ffs1_din->di_rdev
#define	i_ffs1_size		i_din.ffs1_din->di_size
#define	i_ffs1_uid		i_din.ffs1_din->di_uid
#define	i_ffs1_ouid		i_din.ffs1_din->di_oldids[0]
#define	i_ffs1_ogid		i_din.ffs1_din->di_oldids[1]

#define	i_ffs2_atime		i_din.ffs2_din->di_atime
#define	i_ffs2_atimensec	i_din.ffs2_din->di_atimensec
#define	i_ffs2_birthtime	i_din.ffs2_din->di_birthtime
#define	i_ffs2_birthnsec	i_din.ffs2_din->di_birthnsec
#define	i_ffs2_blocks		i_din.ffs2_din->di_blocks
#define	i_ffs2_blksize		i_din.ffs2_din->di_blksize
#define	i_ffs2_ctime		i_din.ffs2_din->di_ctime
#define	i_ffs2_ctimensec	i_din.ffs2_din->di_ctimensec
#define	i_ffs2_db		i_din.ffs2_din->di_db
#define	i_ffs2_flags		i_din.ffs2_din->di_flags
#define	i_ffs2_gen		i_din.ffs2_din->di_gen
#define	i_ffs2_gid		i_din.ffs2_din->di_gid
#define	i_ffs2_ib		i_din.ffs2_din->di_ib
#define	i_ffs2_mode		i_din.ffs2_din->di_mode
#define	i_ffs2_mtime		i_din.ffs2_din->di_mtime
#define	i_ffs2_mtimensec	i_din.ffs2_din->di_mtimensec
#define	i_ffs2_nlink		i_din.ffs2_din->di_nlink
#define	i_ffs2_rdev		i_din.ffs2_din->di_rdev
#define	i_ffs2_size		i_din.ffs2_din->di_size
#define	i_ffs2_uid		i_din.ffs2_din->di_uid
#define	i_ffs2_kernflags	i_din.ffs2_din->di_kernflags
#define	i_ffs2_extsize		i_din.ffs2_din->di_extsize
#define	i_ffs2_extb		i_din.ffs2_din->di_extb

#define	i_e2fs_mode		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_mode
#define	i_e2fs_uid		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_uid
#define	i_e2fs_size		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_size
#define	i_e2fs_atime		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_atime
#define	i_e2fs_ctime		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_ctime
#define	i_e2fs_mtime		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_mtime
#define	i_e2fs_dtime		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_dtime
#define	i_e2fs_gid		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_gid
#define	i_e2fs_nlink		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_nlink
#define	i_e2fs_nblock		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_nblock
#define	i_e2fs_flags		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_flags
#define	i_e2fs_version		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_version
#define	i_e2fs_blocks		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_blocks
#define	i_e2fs_rdev		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_rdev
#define	i_e2fs_gen		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_gen
#define	i_e2fs_facl		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_facl
#define	i_e2fs_dacl		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_dacl
#define	i_e2fs_faddr		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_faddr
#define	i_e2fs_nblock_high	i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_nblock_high
#define	i_e2fs_facl_high	i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_facl_high
#define	i_e2fs_uid_high		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_uid_high
#define	i_e2fs_gid_high		i_din.e2fs_din->e2di_gid_high

/* These flags are kept in i_flag. */
#define	IN_ACCESS	0x0001		/* Access time update request. */
#define	IN_CHANGE	0x0002		/* Inode change time update request. */
#define	IN_UPDATE	0x0004		/* Inode was written to; update mtime. */
#define	IN_MODIFY	0x2000		/* Modification time update request. */
#define	IN_MODIFIED	0x0008		/* Inode has been modified. */
#define	IN_ACCESSED	0x0010		/* Inode has been accessed. */
/* 	   unused	0x0020 */	/* was IN_RENAME */
#define	IN_SHLOCK	0x0040		/* File has shared lock. */
#define	IN_EXLOCK	0x0080		/* File has exclusive lock. */
/*	   unused	0x0100 */	/* was LFS-only IN_CLEANING */
/*	   unused	0x0200 */	/* was LFS-only IN_ADIROP */
#define	IN_SPACECOUNTED	0x0400		/* Blocks to be freed in free count. */
/*	   unused       0x1000 */	/* was LFS-only IN_PAGING */
/*	   unused	0x4000 */	/* was LFS-only IN_CDIROP */
#if defined(_KERNEL)

/*
 * The DIP macro is used to access fields in the dinode that are
 * not cached in the inode itself.
 */
#define	DIP(ip, field) \
	(((ip)->i_ump->um_fstype == UFS1) ? \
	(ip)->i_ffs1_##field : (ip)->i_ffs2_##field)

#define	DIP_ASSIGN(ip, field, value)					\
	do {								\
		if ((ip)->i_ump->um_fstype == UFS1)			\
			(ip)->i_ffs1_##field = (value);			\
		else							\
			(ip)->i_ffs2_##field = (value);			\
	} while(0)

#define	DIP_ADD(ip, field, value)					\
	do {								\
		if ((ip)->i_ump->um_fstype == UFS1)			\
			(ip)->i_ffs1_##field += (value);		\
		else							\
			(ip)->i_ffs2_##field += (value);		\
	} while(0)

#define	 SHORTLINK(ip) \
	(((ip)->i_ump->um_fstype == UFS1) ? \
	(void *)(ip)->i_ffs1_db : (void *)(ip)->i_ffs2_db)


/*
 * Structure used to pass around logical block paths generated by
 * ufs_getlbns and used by truncate and bmap code.
 */
struct indir {
	daddr_t in_lbn;		/* Logical block number. */
	int	in_off;			/* Offset in buffer. */
	int	in_exists;		/* Flag if the block exists. */
};

/* Convert between inode pointers and vnode pointers. */
#define	VTOI(vp)	((struct inode *)(vp)->v_data)
#define	ITOV(ip)	((ip)->i_vnode)

/* This overlays the fid structure (see fstypes.h). */
struct ufid {
	u_int16_t ufid_len;	/* Length of structure. */
	u_int16_t ufid_pad;	/* Force 32-bit alignment. */
	int32_t	  ufid_gen;	/* Generation number. */
	ino_t     ufid_ino;	/* File number (ino). */
};
#endif /* _KERNEL */

#endif /* !_UFS_UFS_INODE_H_ */