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/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0 */
#ifndef _RAID1_H
#define _RAID1_H
* each barrier unit size is 64MB fow now
* note: it must be larger than RESYNC_DEPTH
* In struct r1conf, the following members are related to I/O barrier
* buckets,
* atomic_t *nr_pending;
* atomic_t *nr_waiting;
* atomic_t *nr_queued;
* atomic_t *barrier;
* Each of them points to array of atomic_t variables, each array is
* designed to have BARRIER_BUCKETS_NR elements and occupy a single
* memory page. The data width of atomic_t variables is 4 bytes, equal
* to 1<<(ilog2(sizeof(atomic_t))), BARRIER_BUCKETS_NR_BITS is defined
* as (PAGE_SHIFT - ilog2(sizeof(int))) to make sure an array of
* atomic_t variables with BARRIER_BUCKETS_NR elements just exactly
* occupies a single memory page.
#define BARRIER_BUCKETS_NR_BITS (PAGE_SHIFT - ilog2(sizeof(atomic_t)))
/* Note: raid1_info.rdev can be set to NULL asynchronously by raid1_remove_disk.
* There are three safe ways to access raid1_info.rdev.
* 1/ when holding mddev->reconfig_mutex
* 2/ when resync/recovery is known to be happening - i.e. in code that is
* called as part of performing resync/recovery.
* 3/ while holding rcu_read_lock(), use rcu_dereference to get the pointer
* and if it is non-NULL, increment rdev->nr_pending before dropping the
* RCU lock.
* When .rdev is set to NULL, the nr_pending count checked again and if it has
* been incremented, the pointer is put back in .rdev.
struct raid1_info {
struct md_rdev *rdev;
sector_t head_position;
/* When choose the best device for a read (read_balance())
* we try to keep sequential reads one the same device
sector_t next_seq_sect;
sector_t seq_start;
* memory pools need a pointer to the mddev, so they can force an unplug
* when memory is tight, and a count of the number of drives that the
* pool was allocated for, so they know how much to allocate and free.
* mddev->raid_disks cannot be used, as it can change while a pool is active
* These two datums are stored in a kmalloced struct.
* The 'raid_disks' here is twice the raid_disks in r1conf.
* This allows space for each 'real' device can have a replacement in the
* second half of the array.
struct pool_info {
struct mddev *mddev;
int raid_disks;
struct r1conf {
struct mddev *mddev;
struct raid1_info *mirrors; /* twice 'raid_disks' to
* allow for replacements.
int raid_disks;
spinlock_t device_lock;
/* list of 'struct r1bio' that need to be processed by raid1d,
* whether to retry a read, writeout a resync or recovery
* block, or anything else.
struct list_head retry_list;
/* A separate list of r1bio which just need raid_end_bio_io called.
* This mustn't happen for writes which had any errors if the superblock
* needs to be written.
struct list_head bio_end_io_list;
/* queue pending writes to be submitted on unplug */
struct bio_list pending_bio_list;
int pending_count;
/* for use when syncing mirrors:
* We don't allow both normal IO and resync/recovery IO at
* the same time - resync/recovery can only happen when there
* is no other IO. So when either is active, the other has to wait.
* See more details description in raid1.c near raise_barrier().
wait_queue_head_t wait_barrier;
spinlock_t resync_lock;
atomic_t nr_sync_pending;
atomic_t *nr_pending;
atomic_t *nr_waiting;
atomic_t *nr_queued;
atomic_t *barrier;
int array_frozen;
/* Set to 1 if a full sync is needed, (fresh device added).
* Cleared when a sync completes.
int fullsync;
/* When the same as mddev->recovery_disabled we don't allow
* recovery to be attempted as we expect a read error.
int recovery_disabled;
/* poolinfo contains information about the content of the
* mempools - it changes when the array grows or shrinks
struct pool_info *poolinfo;
mempool_t r1bio_pool;
mempool_t r1buf_pool;
struct bio_set bio_split;
/* temporary buffer to synchronous IO when attempting to repair
* a read error.
struct page *tmppage;
/* When taking over an array from a different personality, we store
* the new thread here until we fully activate the array.
struct md_thread *thread;
/* Keep track of cluster resync window to send to other
* nodes.
sector_t cluster_sync_low;
sector_t cluster_sync_high;
* this is our 'private' RAID1 bio.
* it contains information about what kind of IO operations were started
* for this RAID1 operation, and about their status:
struct r1bio {
atomic_t remaining; /* 'have we finished' count,
* used from IRQ handlers
atomic_t behind_remaining; /* number of write-behind ios remaining
* in this BehindIO request
sector_t sector;
int sectors;
unsigned long state;
unsigned long start_time;
struct mddev *mddev;
* original bio going to /dev/mdx
struct bio *master_bio;
* if the IO is in READ direction, then this is where we read
int read_disk;
struct list_head retry_list;
* When R1BIO_BehindIO is set, we store pages for write behind
* in behind_master_bio.
struct bio *behind_master_bio;
* if the IO is in WRITE direction, then multiple bios are used.
* We choose the number when they are allocated.
struct bio *bios[];
/* DO NOT PUT ANY NEW FIELDS HERE - bios array is contiguously alloced*/
/* bits for r1bio.state */
enum r1bio_state {
/* Set ReadError on bios that experience a readerror so that
* raid1d knows what to do with them.
/* For write-behind requests, we call bi_end_io when
* the last non-write-behind device completes, providing
* any write was successful. Otherwise we call when
* any write-behind write succeeds, otherwise we call
* with failure when last write completes (and all failed).
* Record that bi_end_io was called with this flag...
/* If a write for this request means we can clear some
* known-bad-block records, we set this flag
static inline int sector_to_idx(sector_t sector)
return hash_long(sector >> BARRIER_UNIT_SECTOR_BITS,