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/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0-or-later */
* Copyright (C) 2005 Oracle. All rights reserved.
#define O2NET_MSG_MAGIC ((u16)0xfa55)
#define O2NET_MSG_STATUS_MAGIC ((u16)0xfa56)
#define O2NET_MSG_KEEP_REQ_MAGIC ((u16)0xfa57)
#define O2NET_MSG_KEEP_RESP_MAGIC ((u16)0xfa58)
/* we're delaying our quorum decision so that heartbeat will have timed
* out truly dead nodes by the time we come around to making decisions
* on their number */
#define O2NET_QUORUM_DELAY_MS ((o2hb_dead_threshold + 2) * O2HB_REGION_TIMEOUT_MS)
* This version number represents quite a lot, unfortunately. It not
* only represents the raw network message protocol on the wire but also
* locking semantics of the file system using the protocol. It should
* be somewhere else, I'm sure, but right now it isn't.
* With version 11, we separate out the filesystem locking portion. The
* filesystem now has a major.minor version it negotiates. Version 11
* introduces this negotiation to the o2dlm protocol, and as such the
* version here in tcp_internal.h should not need to be bumped for
* filesystem locking changes.
* New in version 11
* - Negotiation of filesystem locking in the dlm join.
* New in version 10:
* - Meta/data locks combined
* New in version 9:
* - All votes removed
* New in version 8:
* - Replace delete inode votes with a cluster lock
* New in version 7:
* - DLM join domain includes the live nodemap
* New in version 6:
* - DLM lockres remote refcount fixes.
* New in version 5:
* - Network timeout checking protocol
* New in version 4:
* - Remove i_generation from lock names for better stat performance.
* New in version 3:
* - Replace dentry votes with a cluster lock
* New in version 2:
* - full 64 bit i_size in the metadata lock lvbs
* - introduction of "rw" lock and pushing meta/data locking down
struct o2net_handshake {
__be64 protocol_version;
__be64 connector_id;
__be32 o2hb_heartbeat_timeout_ms;
__be32 o2net_idle_timeout_ms;
__be32 o2net_keepalive_delay_ms;
__be32 o2net_reconnect_delay_ms;
struct o2net_node {
/* this is never called from int/bh */
spinlock_t nn_lock;
/* set the moment an sc is allocated and a connect is started */
struct o2net_sock_container *nn_sc;
/* _valid is only set after the handshake passes and tx can happen */
unsigned nn_sc_valid:1;
/* if this is set tx just returns it */
int nn_persistent_error;
/* It is only set to 1 after the idle time out. */
atomic_t nn_timeout;
/* threads waiting for an sc to arrive wait on the wq for generation
* to increase. it is increased when a connecting socket succeeds
* or fails or when an accepted socket is attached. */
wait_queue_head_t nn_sc_wq;
struct idr nn_status_idr;
struct list_head nn_status_list;
/* connects are attempted from when heartbeat comes up until either hb
* goes down, the node is unconfigured, or a connect succeeds.
* connect_work is queued from set_nn_state both from hb up and from
* itself if a connect attempt fails and so can be self-arming.
* shutdown is careful to first mark the nn such that no connects will
* be attempted before canceling delayed connect work and flushing the
* queue. */
struct delayed_work nn_connect_work;
unsigned long nn_last_connect_attempt;
/* this is queued as nodes come up and is canceled when a connection is
* established. this expiring gives up on the node and errors out
* transmits */
struct delayed_work nn_connect_expired;
/* after we give up on a socket we wait a while before deciding
* that it is still heartbeating and that we should do some
* quorum work */
struct delayed_work nn_still_up;
struct o2net_sock_container {
struct kref sc_kref;
/* the next two are valid for the life time of the sc */
struct socket *sc_sock;
struct o2nm_node *sc_node;
/* all of these sc work structs hold refs on the sc while they are
* queued. they should not be able to ref a freed sc. the teardown
* race is with o2net_wq destruction in o2net_stop_listening() */
/* rx and connect work are generated from socket callbacks. sc
* shutdown removes the callbacks and then flushes the work queue */
struct work_struct sc_rx_work;
struct work_struct sc_connect_work;
/* shutdown work is triggered in two ways. the simple way is
* for a code path calls ensure_shutdown which gets a lock, removes
* the sc from the nn, and queues the work. in this case the
* work is single-shot. the work is also queued from a sock
* callback, though, and in this case the work will find the sc
* still on the nn and will call ensure_shutdown itself.. this
* ends up triggering the shutdown work again, though nothing
* will be done in that second iteration. so work queue teardown
* has to be careful to remove the sc from the nn before waiting
* on the work queue so that the shutdown work doesn't remove the
* sc and rearm itself.
struct work_struct sc_shutdown_work;
struct timer_list sc_idle_timeout;
struct delayed_work sc_keepalive_work;
unsigned sc_handshake_ok:1;
struct page *sc_page;
size_t sc_page_off;
/* original handlers for the sockets */
void (*sc_state_change)(struct sock *sk);
void (*sc_data_ready)(struct sock *sk);
u32 sc_msg_key;
u16 sc_msg_type;
struct list_head sc_net_debug_item;
ktime_t sc_tv_timer;
ktime_t sc_tv_data_ready;
ktime_t sc_tv_advance_start;
ktime_t sc_tv_advance_stop;
ktime_t sc_tv_func_start;
ktime_t sc_tv_func_stop;
ktime_t sc_tv_acquiry_total;
ktime_t sc_tv_send_total;
ktime_t sc_tv_status_total;
u32 sc_send_count;
u32 sc_recv_count;
ktime_t sc_tv_process_total;
struct mutex sc_send_lock;
struct o2net_msg_handler {
struct rb_node nh_node;
u32 nh_max_len;
u32 nh_msg_type;
u32 nh_key;
o2net_msg_handler_func *nh_func;
void *nh_func_data;
struct kref nh_kref;
struct list_head nh_unregister_item;
enum o2net_system_error {
struct o2net_status_wait {
enum o2net_system_error ns_sys_status;
s32 ns_status;
int ns_id;
wait_queue_head_t ns_wq;
struct list_head ns_node_item;
/* just for state dumps */
struct o2net_send_tracking {
struct list_head st_net_debug_item;
struct task_struct *st_task;
struct o2net_sock_container *st_sc;
u32 st_id;
u32 st_msg_type;
u32 st_msg_key;
u8 st_node;
ktime_t st_sock_time;
ktime_t st_send_time;
ktime_t st_status_time;
struct o2net_send_tracking {
u32 dummy;
#endif /* CONFIG_DEBUG_FS */