Remove the matching for the host to PCI bridge, since this is actually
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1/*
2 * Copyright (c) 1980, 1986, 1993
3 * The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
4 *
5 * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
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15 * This product includes software developed by the University of
16 * California, Berkeley and its contributors.
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30 * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
31 * SUCH DAMAGE.
32 *
33 * @(#)fsck.h 8.4 (Berkeley) 5/9/95
34 * $FreeBSD: src/sbin/fsck/fsck.h,v 1.12.2.1 2001/01/23 23:11:07 iedowse Exp $
1de703da 35 * $DragonFly: src/sbin/fsck/fsck.h,v 1.2 2003/06/17 04:27:32 dillon Exp $
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36 */
37
38#include <unistd.h>
39#include <stdlib.h>
40#include <stdio.h>
41
42#define MAXDUP 10 /* limit on dup blks (per inode) */
43#define MAXBAD 10 /* limit on bad blks (per inode) */
44#define MAXBUFSPACE 40*1024 /* maximum space to allocate to buffers */
45#define INOBUFSIZE 56*1024 /* size of buffer to read inodes in pass1 */
46
47/*
48 * Each inode on the filesystem is described by the following structure.
49 * The linkcnt is initially set to the value in the inode. Each time it
50 * is found during the descent in passes 2, 3, and 4 the count is
51 * decremented. Any inodes whose count is non-zero after pass 4 needs to
52 * have its link count adjusted by the value remaining in ino_linkcnt.
53 */
54struct inostat {
55 char ino_state; /* state of inode, see below */
56 char ino_type; /* type of inode */
57 short ino_linkcnt; /* number of links not found */
58};
59/*
60 * Inode states.
61 */
62#define USTATE 01 /* inode not allocated */
63#define FSTATE 02 /* inode is file */
64#define DSTATE 03 /* inode is directory */
65#define DFOUND 04 /* directory found during descent */
66#define DCLEAR 05 /* directory is to be cleared */
67#define FCLEAR 06 /* file is to be cleared */
68/*
69 * Inode state information is contained on per cylinder group lists
70 * which are described by the following structure.
71 */
72struct inostatlist {
73 long il_numalloced; /* number of inodes allocated in this cg */
74 struct inostat *il_stat;/* inostat info for this cylinder group */
75} *inostathead;
76
77/*
78 * buffer cache structure.
79 */
80struct bufarea {
81 struct bufarea *b_next; /* free list queue */
82 struct bufarea *b_prev; /* free list queue */
83 ufs_daddr_t b_bno;
84 int b_size;
85 int b_errs;
86 int b_flags;
87 union {
88 char *b_buf; /* buffer space */
89 ufs_daddr_t *b_indir; /* indirect block */
90 struct fs *b_fs; /* super block */
91 struct cg *b_cg; /* cylinder group */
92 struct dinode *b_dinode; /* inode block */
93 } b_un;
94 char b_dirty;
95};
96
97#define B_INUSE 1
98
99#define MINBUFS 5 /* minimum number of buffers required */
100struct bufarea bufhead; /* head of list of other blks in filesys */
101struct bufarea sblk; /* file system superblock */
102struct bufarea cgblk; /* cylinder group blocks */
103struct bufarea *pdirbp; /* current directory contents */
104struct bufarea *pbp; /* current inode block */
105
106#define dirty(bp) (bp)->b_dirty = 1
107#define initbarea(bp) \
108 (bp)->b_dirty = 0; \
109 (bp)->b_bno = (ufs_daddr_t)-1; \
110 (bp)->b_flags = 0;
111
112#define sbdirty() sblk.b_dirty = 1
113#define cgdirty() cgblk.b_dirty = 1
114#define sblock (*sblk.b_un.b_fs)
115#define cgrp (*cgblk.b_un.b_cg)
116
117enum fixstate {DONTKNOW, NOFIX, FIX, IGNORE};
118
119struct inodesc {
120 enum fixstate id_fix; /* policy on fixing errors */
121 int (*id_func)(); /* function to be applied to blocks of inode */
122 ino_t id_number; /* inode number described */
123 ino_t id_parent; /* for DATA nodes, their parent */
124 ufs_daddr_t id_blkno; /* current block number being examined */
125 int id_numfrags; /* number of frags contained in block */
126 quad_t id_filesize; /* for DATA nodes, the size of the directory */
127 int id_loc; /* for DATA nodes, current location in dir */
128 int id_entryno; /* for DATA nodes, current entry number */
129 struct direct *id_dirp; /* for DATA nodes, ptr to current entry */
130 char *id_name; /* for DATA nodes, name to find or enter */
131 char id_type; /* type of descriptor, DATA or ADDR */
132};
133/* file types */
134#define DATA 1
135#define ADDR 2
136
137/*
138 * Linked list of duplicate blocks.
139 *
140 * The list is composed of two parts. The first part of the
141 * list (from duplist through the node pointed to by muldup)
142 * contains a single copy of each duplicate block that has been
143 * found. The second part of the list (from muldup to the end)
144 * contains duplicate blocks that have been found more than once.
145 * To check if a block has been found as a duplicate it is only
146 * necessary to search from duplist through muldup. To find the
147 * total number of times that a block has been found as a duplicate
148 * the entire list must be searched for occurences of the block
149 * in question. The following diagram shows a sample list where
150 * w (found twice), x (found once), y (found three times), and z
151 * (found once) are duplicate block numbers:
152 *
153 * w -> y -> x -> z -> y -> w -> y
154 * ^ ^
155 * | |
156 * duplist muldup
157 */
158struct dups {
159 struct dups *next;
160 ufs_daddr_t dup;
161};
162struct dups *duplist; /* head of dup list */
163struct dups *muldup; /* end of unique duplicate dup block numbers */
164
165/*
166 * Linked list of inodes with zero link counts.
167 */
168struct zlncnt {
169 struct zlncnt *next;
170 ino_t zlncnt;
171};
172struct zlncnt *zlnhead; /* head of zero link count list */
173
174/*
175 * Inode cache data structures.
176 */
177struct inoinfo {
178 struct inoinfo *i_nexthash; /* next entry in hash chain */
179 ino_t i_number; /* inode number of this entry */
180 ino_t i_parent; /* inode number of parent */
181 ino_t i_dotdot; /* inode number of `..' */
182 size_t i_isize; /* size of inode */
183 u_int i_numblks; /* size of block array in bytes */
184 ufs_daddr_t i_blks[1]; /* actually longer */
185} **inphead, **inpsort;
186long numdirs, dirhash, listmax, inplast;
187long countdirs; /* number of directories we actually found */
188
189char *cdevname; /* name of device being checked */
190long dev_bsize; /* computed value of DEV_BSIZE */
191long secsize; /* actual disk sector size */
192char fflag; /* force check, ignore clean flag */
193char nflag; /* assume a no response */
194char yflag; /* assume a yes response */
195int bflag; /* location of alternate super block */
196int debug; /* output debugging info */
197int cvtlevel; /* convert to newer file system format */
198int doinglevel1; /* converting to new cylinder group format */
199int doinglevel2; /* converting to new inode format */
200int newinofmt; /* filesystem has new inode format */
201char usedsoftdep; /* just fix soft dependency inconsistencies */
202char preen; /* just fix normal inconsistencies */
203char rerun; /* rerun fsck. Only used in non-preen mode */
204int returntosingle; /* 1 => return to single user mode on exit */
205char resolved; /* cleared if unresolved changes => not clean */
206char havesb; /* superblock has been read */
207int fsmodified; /* 1 => write done to file system */
208int fsreadfd; /* file descriptor for reading file system */
209int fswritefd; /* file descriptor for writing file system */
210
211ufs_daddr_t maxfsblock; /* number of blocks in the file system */
212char *blockmap; /* ptr to primary blk allocation map */
213ino_t maxino; /* number of inodes in file system */
214
215ino_t lfdir; /* lost & found directory inode number */
216char *lfname; /* lost & found directory name */
217int lfmode; /* lost & found directory creation mode */
218
219ufs_daddr_t n_blks; /* number of blocks in use */
220ufs_daddr_t n_files; /* number of files in use */
221
222int got_siginfo; /* received a SIGINFO */
223
224#define clearinode(dp) (*(dp) = zino)
225struct dinode zino;
226
227#define setbmap(blkno) setbit(blockmap, blkno)
228#define testbmap(blkno) isset(blockmap, blkno)
229#define clrbmap(blkno) clrbit(blockmap, blkno)
230
231#define STOP 0x01
232#define SKIP 0x02
233#define KEEPON 0x04
234#define ALTERED 0x08
235#define FOUND 0x10
236
237#define EEXIT 8 /* Standard error exit. */
238
239struct fstab;
240
241
242void adjust __P((struct inodesc *, int lcnt));
243ufs_daddr_t allocblk __P((long frags));
244ino_t allocdir __P((ino_t parent, ino_t request, int mode));
245ino_t allocino __P((ino_t request, int type));
246void blkerror __P((ino_t ino, char *type, ufs_daddr_t blk));
247char *blockcheck __P((char *name));
248int bread __P((int fd, char *buf, ufs_daddr_t blk, long size));
249void bufinit __P((void));
250void bwrite __P((int fd, char *buf, ufs_daddr_t blk, long size));
251void cacheino __P((struct dinode *dp, ino_t inumber));
252void catch __P((int));
253void catchquit __P((int));
254int changeino __P((ino_t dir, char *name, ino_t newnum));
255int checkfstab __P((int preen, int maxrun,
256 int (*docheck)(struct fstab *),
257 int (*chkit)(char *, char *, long, int)));
258int chkrange __P((ufs_daddr_t blk, int cnt));
259void ckfini __P((int markclean));
260int ckinode __P((struct dinode *dp, struct inodesc *));
261void clri __P((struct inodesc *, char *type, int flag));
262int clearentry __P((struct inodesc *));
263void direrror __P((ino_t ino, char *errmesg));
264int dirscan __P((struct inodesc *));
265int dofix __P((struct inodesc *, char *msg));
266void ffs_clrblock __P((struct fs *, u_char *, ufs_daddr_t));
267void ffs_fragacct __P((struct fs *, int, int32_t [], int));
268int ffs_isblock __P((struct fs *, u_char *, ufs_daddr_t));
269void ffs_setblock __P((struct fs *, u_char *, ufs_daddr_t));
270void fileerror __P((ino_t cwd, ino_t ino, char *errmesg));
271int findino __P((struct inodesc *));
272int findname __P((struct inodesc *));
273void flush __P((int fd, struct bufarea *bp));
274void freeblk __P((ufs_daddr_t blkno, long frags));
275void freeino __P((ino_t ino));
276void freeinodebuf __P((void));
277int ftypeok __P((struct dinode *dp));
278void getblk __P((struct bufarea *bp, ufs_daddr_t blk, long size));
279struct bufarea *getdatablk __P((ufs_daddr_t blkno, long size));
280struct inoinfo *getinoinfo __P((ino_t inumber));
281struct dinode *getnextinode __P((ino_t inumber));
282void getpathname __P((char *namebuf, ino_t curdir, ino_t ino));
283struct dinode *ginode __P((ino_t inumber));
284void infohandler __P((int sig));
285void inocleanup __P((void));
286void inodirty __P((void));
287struct inostat *inoinfo __P((ino_t inum));
288int linkup __P((ino_t orphan, ino_t parentdir, char *name));
289int makeentry __P((ino_t parent, ino_t ino, char *name));
290void panic __P((const char *fmt, ...));
291void pass1 __P((void));
292void pass1b __P((void));
293int pass1check __P((struct inodesc *));
294void pass2 __P((void));
295void pass3 __P((void));
296void pass4 __P((void));
297int pass4check __P((struct inodesc *));
298void pass5 __P((void));
299void pfatal __P((const char *fmt, ...));
300void pinode __P((ino_t ino));
301void propagate __P((void));
302void pwarn __P((const char *fmt, ...));
303int reply __P((char *question));
304void setinodebuf __P((ino_t));
305int setup __P((char *dev));
306void voidquit __P((int));