File:  [DragonFly] / src / sys / sys / msgport.h
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Tue Apr 20 01:52:24 2004 UTC (10 years, 7 months ago) by dillon
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CVS tags: HEAD
Revamp the initial lwkt_abortmsg() support to normalize the abstraction.  Now
a message's primary command is always processed by the target even if an
abort is requested before the target has retrieved the message from the
message port.  The message will then be requeued and the abort command copied
into lwkt_msg_t->ms_cmd.  Thus the target is always guarenteed to see the
original message and then a second, abort message (the same message with
ms_cmd = ms_abort) regardless of whether the abort was requested before
or after the target retrieved the original message.

ms_cmd is now an opaque union.  LWKT makes no assumptions as to its contents.
The NET code now stores nm_handler in ms_cmd as a function vector, and
nm_handler has been removed from all netmsg structures.

The ms_cmd function vector support nominally returns an integer error code
which is intended to support synchronous/asynchronous optimizations in the
future (to bypass messaging queueing and dequeueing in those situations
where they can be bypassed, without messing up the messaging abstraction).

The connect() predicate for which signal/abort support was added in the last
commit now uses the new abort mechanism.  Instead of having the handler
function check whether a message represents an abort or not, a different
handler vector is stored in ms_abort and run when an abort is processed
(making for an easy separation of function).

The large netmsg switch has been replaced by individual function vectors
using the new ms_cmd function vector support.  This will soon be removed
entirely in favor of direct assignment of LWKT-aware PRU vectors to the
messages command vector.

NOTE ADDITIONAL: eventually the SYSCALL, VFS, and DEV interfaces will use
the new message opaque ms_cmd 'function vector' support instead of a
command index.

Work by: Matthew Dillon and Jeffrey Hsu

    1: /*
    2:  * SYS/MSGPORT.H
    3:  *
    4:  *	Implements LWKT messages and ports.
    5:  * 
    6:  * $DragonFly: src/sys/sys/msgport.h,v 1.17 2004/04/20 01:52:24 dillon Exp $
    7:  */
    8: 
    9: #ifndef _SYS_MSGPORT_H_
   10: #define _SYS_MSGPORT_H_
   11: 
   12: #ifndef _SYS_QUEUE_H_
   13: #include <sys/queue.h>		/* TAILQ_* macros */
   14: #endif
   15: #ifndef _SYS_STDINT_H_
   16: #include <sys/stdint.h>
   17: #endif
   18: 
   19: struct lwkt_msg;
   20: struct lwkt_port;
   21: struct thread;
   22: 
   23: typedef struct lwkt_msg		*lwkt_msg_t;
   24: typedef struct lwkt_port	*lwkt_port_t;
   25: 
   26: typedef TAILQ_HEAD(lwkt_msg_queue, lwkt_msg) lwkt_msg_queue;
   27: 
   28: /*
   29:  * LWKT command message operator type.  This type holds a message's
   30:  * 'command'.  The command format is opaque to the LWKT messaging system,
   31:  * meaning that it is specific to whatever convention the API chooses.
   32:  * By convention lwkt_cmd_t is passed by value and is expected to
   33:  * efficiently fit into a machine register.
   34:  */
   35: typedef union lwkt_cmd {
   36:     int		cm_op;
   37:     int		(*cm_func)(lwkt_msg_t msg);
   38: } lwkt_cmd_t;
   39: 
   40: /*
   41:  * The standard message and port structure for communications between
   42:  * threads.  See kern/lwkt_msgport.c for documentation on how messages and
   43:  * ports work.
   44:  *
   45:  * For the most part a message may only be manipulated by whomever currently
   46:  * owns it, which generally means the originating port if the message has
   47:  * not been sent yet or has been replied, and the target port if the message
   48:  * has been sent and/or is undergoing processing.
   49:  *
   50:  * The one exception to this rule is an abort.  Aborts must be initiated
   51:  * by the originator and may 'chase' the target (especially if a message
   52:  * is being forwarded), potentially even 'chase' the message all the way
   53:  * back to the originator if it races against the target replying the
   54:  * message.  The ms_abort_port field is the only field that may be modified
   55:  * by the originator or intermediate target (when the abort is chasing
   56:  * a forwarding or reply op).  An abort may cause a reply to be delayed
   57:  * until the abort catches up to it.
   58:  *
   59:  * Messages which support an abort will have MSGF_ABORTABLE set, indicating
   60:  * that the ms_abort field has been initialized.  An abort will cause a
   61:  * message to be requeued to the target port so the target sees the same
   62:  * message twice:  once during initial processing of the message, and a
   63:  * second time to process the abort request.  lwkt_getport() will detect
   64:  * the requeued abort and will copy ms_abort into ms_cmd before returning
   65:  * the requeued message the second time.  This makes target processing a 
   66:  * whole lot less complex.
   67:  *
   68:  * NOTE! 64-bit-align this structure.
   69:  */
   70: typedef struct lwkt_msg {
   71:     TAILQ_ENTRY(lwkt_msg) ms_node;	/* link node (see note above) */
   72:     union {
   73: 	struct lwkt_msg *ms_next;	/* chaining / cache */
   74: 	union sysunion	*ms_sysunnext;	/* chaining / cache */
   75: 	struct lwkt_msg	*ms_umsg;	/* user message (UVA address) */
   76:     } opaque;
   77:     lwkt_port_t ms_target_port;		/* current target or relay port */
   78:     lwkt_port_t	ms_reply_port;		/* async replies returned here */
   79:     lwkt_port_t ms_abort_port;		/* abort chasing port */
   80:     lwkt_cmd_t	ms_cmd;			/* message command operator */
   81:     lwkt_cmd_t	ms_abort;		/* message abort operator */
   82:     int		ms_flags;		/* message flags */
   83: #define ms_copyout_start	ms_msgsize
   84:     int		ms_msgsize;		/* size of message */
   85:     int		ms_error;		/* positive error code or 0 */
   86:     union {
   87: 	void	*ms_resultp;		/* misc pointer data or result */
   88: 	int	ms_result;		/* standard 'int'eger result */
   89: 	long	ms_lresult;		/* long result */
   90: 	int	ms_fds[2];		/* two int bit results */
   91: 	__int32_t ms_result32;		/* 32 bit result */
   92: 	__int64_t ms_result64;		/* 64 bit result */
   93: 	__off_t	ms_offset;		/* off_t result */
   94:     } u;
   95: #define ms_copyout_end	ms_pad[0]
   96:     int		ms_pad[2];		/* future use */
   97: } lwkt_msg;
   98: 
   99: #define ms_copyout_size	(offsetof(struct lwkt_msg, ms_copyout_end) - offsetof(struct lwkt_msg, ms_copyout_start))
  100: 
  101: #define MSGF_DONE	0x0001		/* asynch message is complete */
  102: #define MSGF_REPLY1	0x0002		/* asynch message has been returned */
  103: #define MSGF_QUEUED	0x0004		/* message has been queued sanitychk */
  104: #define MSGF_ASYNC	0x0008		/* sync/async hint */
  105: #define MSGF_ABORTED	0x0010		/* indicate pending abort */
  106: #define MSGF_PCATCH	0x0020		/* catch proc signal while waiting */
  107: #define MSGF_REPLY2	0x0040		/* reply processed by rport cpu */
  108: #define MSGF_ABORTABLE	0x0080		/* message supports abort */
  109: #define MSGF_RETRIEVED	0x0100		/* message retrieved on target */
  110: 
  111: #define MSG_CMD_CDEV	0x00010000
  112: #define MSG_CMD_VFS	0x00020000
  113: #define MSG_CMD_SYSCALL	0x00030000
  114: #define MSG_SUBCMD_MASK	0x0000FFFF
  115: 
  116: #ifdef _KERNEL
  117: #ifdef MALLOC_DECLARE
  118: MALLOC_DECLARE(M_LWKTMSG);
  119: #endif
  120: #endif
  121: 
  122: typedef struct lwkt_port {
  123:     lwkt_msg_queue	mp_msgq;
  124:     int			mp_flags;
  125:     int			mp_refs;	/* references to port structure */
  126:     struct thread	*mp_td;
  127:     int			(*mp_putport)(lwkt_port_t, lwkt_msg_t);
  128:     void *		(*mp_waitport)(lwkt_port_t, lwkt_msg_t);
  129:     void		(*mp_replyport)(lwkt_port_t, lwkt_msg_t);
  130:     void		(*mp_abortport)(lwkt_port_t, lwkt_msg_t);
  131: } lwkt_port;
  132: 
  133: #define MSGPORTF_WAITING	0x0001
  134: 
  135: /*
  136:  * These functions are good for userland as well as the kernel.  The 
  137:  * messaging function support for userland is provided by the kernel's
  138:  * kern/lwkt_msgport.c.  The port functions are provided by userland.
  139:  */
  140: void lwkt_initport(lwkt_port_t, struct thread *);
  141: void lwkt_sendmsg(lwkt_port_t, lwkt_msg_t);
  142: int lwkt_domsg(lwkt_port_t, lwkt_msg_t);
  143: int lwkt_forwardmsg(lwkt_port_t, lwkt_msg_t);
  144: void lwkt_abortmsg(lwkt_msg_t);
  145: void *lwkt_getport(lwkt_port_t);
  146: 
  147: int lwkt_default_putport(lwkt_port_t port, lwkt_msg_t msg);
  148: void *lwkt_default_waitport(lwkt_port_t port, lwkt_msg_t msg);
  149: void lwkt_default_replyport(lwkt_port_t port, lwkt_msg_t msg);
  150: void lwkt_default_abortport(lwkt_port_t port, lwkt_msg_t msg);
  151: 
  152: #endif