hammer2 - Performance work
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1 /*
2  * Copyright (c) 2011-2018 The DragonFly Project.  All rights reserved.
3  *
4  * This code is derived from software contributed to The DragonFly Project
5  * by Matthew Dillon <dillon@dragonflybsd.org>
6  * by Venkatesh Srinivas <vsrinivas@dragonflybsd.org>
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35
36 /*
37  * HAMMER2 IN-MEMORY CACHE OF MEDIA STRUCTURES
38  *
39  * This header file contains structures used internally by the HAMMER2
40  * implementation.  See hammer2_disk.h for on-disk structures.
41  *
42  * There is an in-memory representation of all on-media data structure.
43  * Almost everything is represented by a hammer2_chain structure in-memory.
44  * Other higher-level structures typically map to chains.
45  *
46  * A great deal of data is accessed simply via its buffer cache buffer,
47  * which is mapped for the duration of the chain's lock.  Hammer2 must
48  * implement its own buffer cache layer on top of the system layer to
49  * allow for different threads to lock different sub-block-sized buffers.
50  *
51  * When modifications are made to a chain a new filesystem block must be
52  * allocated.  Multiple modifications do not typically allocate new blocks
53  * until the current block has been flushed.  Flushes do not block the
54  * front-end unless the front-end operation crosses the current inode being
55  * flushed.
56  *
57  * The in-memory representation may remain cached (for example in order to
58  * placemark clustering locks) even after the related data has been
59  * detached.
60  */
61
62 #ifndef _VFS_HAMMER2_HAMMER2_H_
63 #define _VFS_HAMMER2_HAMMER2_H_
64
65 #ifdef _KERNEL
66 #include <sys/param.h>
67 #endif
68 #include <sys/types.h>
69 #ifdef _KERNEL
70 #include <sys/kernel.h>
71 #endif
72 #include <sys/conf.h>
73 #ifdef _KERNEL
74 #include <sys/systm.h>
75 #endif
76 #include <sys/tree.h>
77 #include <sys/malloc.h>
78 #include <sys/mount.h>
79 #include <sys/vnode.h>
80 #include <sys/proc.h>
81 #include <sys/mountctl.h>
82 #include <sys/priv.h>
83 #include <sys/stat.h>
84 #include <sys/thread.h>
85 #include <sys/globaldata.h>
86 #include <sys/lockf.h>
87 #include <sys/buf.h>
88 #include <sys/queue.h>
89 #include <sys/limits.h>
90 #include <sys/dmsg.h>
91 #include <sys/mutex.h>
92 #ifdef _KERNEL
93 #include <sys/kern_syscall.h>
94 #endif
95
96 #ifdef _KERNEL
97 #include <sys/signal2.h>
98 #include <sys/buf2.h>
99 #include <sys/mutex2.h>
100 #endif
101
102 #include "hammer2_xxhash.h"
103 #include "hammer2_disk.h"
104 #include "hammer2_mount.h"
105 #include "hammer2_ioctl.h"
106
107 struct hammer2_io;
108 struct hammer2_chain;
109 struct hammer2_cluster;
110 struct hammer2_inode;
111 struct hammer2_depend;
112 struct hammer2_dev;
113 struct hammer2_pfs;
114 struct hammer2_span;
115 struct hammer2_msg;
116 struct hammer2_thread;
117 union hammer2_xop;
118
119 /*
120  * Mutex and lock shims.  Hammer2 requires support for asynchronous and
121  * abortable locks, and both exclusive and shared spinlocks.  Normal
122  * synchronous non-abortable locks can be substituted for spinlocks.
123  */
124 typedef mtx_t                           hammer2_mtx_t;
125 typedef mtx_link_t                      hammer2_mtx_link_t;
126 typedef mtx_state_t                     hammer2_mtx_state_t;
127
128 typedef struct spinlock                 hammer2_spin_t;
129
130 #define hammer2_mtx_ex                  mtx_lock_ex_quick
131 #define hammer2_mtx_ex_try              mtx_lock_ex_try
132 #define hammer2_mtx_sh                  mtx_lock_sh_quick
133 #define hammer2_mtx_sh_again            mtx_lock_sh_again
134 #define hammer2_mtx_sh_try              mtx_lock_sh_try
135 #define hammer2_mtx_unlock              mtx_unlock
136 #define hammer2_mtx_downgrade           mtx_downgrade
137 #define hammer2_mtx_owned               mtx_owned
138 #define hammer2_mtx_init                mtx_init
139 #define hammer2_mtx_temp_release        mtx_lock_temp_release
140 #define hammer2_mtx_temp_restore        mtx_lock_temp_restore
141 #define hammer2_mtx_refs                mtx_lockrefs
142
143 #define hammer2_spin_init               spin_init
144 #define hammer2_spin_sh                 spin_lock_shared
145 #define hammer2_spin_ex                 spin_lock
146 #define hammer2_spin_unsh               spin_unlock_shared
147 #define hammer2_spin_unex               spin_unlock
148
149 TAILQ_HEAD(hammer2_xop_list, hammer2_xop_head);
150 TAILQ_HEAD(hammer2_chain_list, hammer2_chain);
151
152 typedef struct hammer2_xop_list hammer2_xop_list_t;
153
154 #ifdef _KERNEL
155 /*
156  * General lock support
157  */
158 static __inline
159 int
160 hammer2_mtx_upgrade_try(hammer2_mtx_t *mtx)
161 {
162         return mtx_upgrade_try(mtx);
163 }
164
165 #endif
166
167 /*
168  * The xid tracks internal transactional updates.
169  *
170  * XXX fix-me, really needs to be 64-bits
171  */
172 typedef uint32_t hammer2_xid_t;
173
174 #define HAMMER2_XID_MIN                 0x00000000U
175 #define HAMMER2_XID_MAX                 0x7FFFFFFFU
176
177 /*
178  * Cap the dynamic calculation for the maximum number of dirty
179  * chains and dirty inodes allowed.
180  */
181 #define HAMMER2_LIMIT_DIRTY_CHAINS      (1024*1024)
182 #define HAMMER2_LIMIT_DIRTY_INODES      (65536)
183
184 /*
185  * The chain structure tracks a portion of the media topology from the
186  * root (volume) down.  Chains represent volumes, inodes, indirect blocks,
187  * data blocks, and freemap nodes and leafs.
188  *
189  * The chain structure utilizes a simple singly-homed topology and the
190  * chain's in-memory topology will move around as the chains do, due mainly
191  * to renames and indirect block creation.
192  *
193  * Block Table Updates
194  *
195  *      Block table updates for insertions and updates are delayed until the
196  *      flush.  This allows us to avoid having to modify the parent chain
197  *      all the way to the root.
198  *
199  *      Block table deletions are performed immediately (modifying the parent
200  *      in the process) because the flush code uses the chain structure to
201  *      track delayed updates and the chain will be (likely) gone or moved to
202  *      another location in the topology after a deletion.
203  *
204  *      A prior iteration of the code tried to keep the relationship intact
205  *      on deletes by doing a delete-duplicate operation on the chain, but
206  *      it added way too much complexity to the codebase.
207  *
208  * Flush Synchronization
209  *
210  *      The flush code must flush modified chains bottom-up.  Because chain
211  *      structures can shift around and are NOT topologically stable,
212  *      modified chains are independently indexed for the flush.  As the flush
213  *      runs it modifies (or further modifies) and updates the parents,
214  *      propagating the flush all the way to the volume root.
215  *
216  *      Modifying front-end operations can occur during a flush but will block
217  *      in two cases: (1) when the front-end tries to operate on the inode
218  *      currently in the midst of being flushed and (2) if the front-end
219  *      crosses an inode currently being flushed (such as during a rename).
220  *      So, for example, if you rename directory "x" to "a/b/c/d/e/f/g/x" and
221  *      the flusher is currently working on "a/b/c", the rename will block
222  *      temporarily in order to ensure that "x" exists in one place or the
223  *      other.
224  *
225  *      Meta-data statistics are updated by the flusher.  The front-end will
226  *      make estimates but meta-data must be fully synchronized only during a
227  *      flush in order to ensure that it remains correct across a crash.
228  *
229  *      Multiple flush synchronizations can theoretically be in-flight at the
230  *      same time but the implementation is not coded to handle the case and
231  *      currently serializes them.
232  *
233  * Snapshots:
234  *
235  *      Snapshots currently require the subdirectory tree being snapshotted
236  *      to be flushed.  The snapshot then creates a new super-root inode which
237  *      copies the flushed blockdata of the directory or file that was
238  *      snapshotted.
239  *
240  * RBTREE NOTES:
241  *
242  *      - Note that the radix tree runs in powers of 2 only so sub-trees
243  *        cannot straddle edges.
244  */
245 RB_HEAD(hammer2_chain_tree, hammer2_chain);
246 TAILQ_HEAD(h2_flush_list, hammer2_chain);
247 TAILQ_HEAD(h2_core_list, hammer2_chain);
248
249 #define CHAIN_CORE_DELETE_BMAP_ENTRIES  \
250         (HAMMER2_PBUFSIZE / sizeof(hammer2_blockref_t) / sizeof(uint32_t))
251
252 struct hammer2_reptrack {
253         hammer2_spin_t  spin;
254         struct hammer2_reptrack *next;
255         struct hammer2_chain    *chain;
256 };
257
258 /*
259  * Core topology for chain (embedded in chain).  Protected by a spinlock.
260  */
261 struct hammer2_chain_core {
262         hammer2_spin_t  spin;
263         struct hammer2_reptrack *reptrack;
264         struct hammer2_chain_tree rbtree; /* sub-chains */
265         int             live_zero;      /* blockref array opt */
266         u_int           live_count;     /* live (not deleted) chains in tree */
267         u_int           chain_count;    /* live + deleted chains under core */
268         int             generation;     /* generation number (inserts only) */
269 };
270
271 typedef struct hammer2_chain_core hammer2_chain_core_t;
272
273 RB_HEAD(hammer2_io_tree, hammer2_io);
274
275 /*
276  * DIO - Management structure wrapping system buffer cache.
277  *
278  * HAMMER2 uses an I/O abstraction that allows it to cache and manipulate
279  * fixed-sized filesystem buffers frontend by variable-sized hammer2_chain
280  * structures.
281  */
282 /* #define HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG */
283
284 #ifdef HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG
285 #define HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS   , const char *file, int line
286 #define HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_CALL   , file, line
287 #define HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_COUNT  2048
288 #define HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_MASK   (HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_COUNT - 1)
289 #else
290 #define HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS
291 #define HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_CALL
292 #endif
293
294 struct hammer2_io {
295         RB_ENTRY(hammer2_io) rbnode;    /* indexed by device offset */
296         struct hammer2_dev *hmp;
297         struct buf      *bp;
298         off_t           pbase;
299         uint64_t        refs;
300         int             psize;
301         int             act;            /* activity */
302         int             btype;          /* approximate BREF_TYPE_* */
303         int             ticks;
304         int             error;
305 #ifdef HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG
306         int             debug_index;
307 #else
308         int             unused01;
309 #endif
310         uint64_t        dedup_valid;    /* valid for dedup operation */
311         uint64_t        dedup_alloc;    /* allocated / de-dupable */
312 #ifdef HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG
313         const char      *debug_file[HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_COUNT];
314         void            *debug_td[HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_COUNT];
315         int             debug_line[HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_COUNT];
316         uint64_t        debug_refs[HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_COUNT];
317 #endif
318 };
319
320 typedef struct hammer2_io hammer2_io_t;
321
322 #define HAMMER2_DIO_INPROG      0x8000000000000000LLU   /* bio in progress */
323 #define HAMMER2_DIO_GOOD        0x4000000000000000LLU   /* dio->bp is stable */
324 #define HAMMER2_DIO_WAITING     0x2000000000000000LLU   /* wait on INPROG */
325 #define HAMMER2_DIO_DIRTY       0x1000000000000000LLU   /* flush last drop */
326 #define HAMMER2_DIO_FLUSH       0x0800000000000000LLU   /* immediate flush */
327
328 #define HAMMER2_DIO_MASK        0x00FFFFFFFFFFFFFFLLU
329
330 /*
331  * Primary chain structure keeps track of the topology in-memory.
332  */
333 struct hammer2_chain {
334         hammer2_mtx_t           lock;
335         hammer2_chain_core_t    core;
336         RB_ENTRY(hammer2_chain) rbnode;         /* live chain(s) */
337         hammer2_blockref_t      bref;
338         struct hammer2_chain    *parent;
339         struct hammer2_dev      *hmp;
340         struct hammer2_pfs      *pmp;           /* A PFS or super-root (spmp) */
341
342         struct lock     diolk;                  /* xop focus interlock */
343         hammer2_io_t    *dio;                   /* physical data buffer */
344         hammer2_media_data_t *data;             /* data pointer shortcut */
345         u_int           bytes;                  /* physical data size */
346         u_int           flags;
347         u_int           refs;
348         u_int           lockcnt;
349         int             error;                  /* on-lock data error state */
350         int             cache_index;            /* heur speeds up lookup */
351
352         TAILQ_ENTRY(hammer2_chain) flush_node;  /* flush list */
353         TAILQ_ENTRY(hammer2_chain) lru_node;    /* 0-refs LRU */
354 };
355
356 typedef struct hammer2_chain hammer2_chain_t;
357
358 int hammer2_chain_cmp(hammer2_chain_t *chain1, hammer2_chain_t *chain2);
359 RB_PROTOTYPE(hammer2_chain_tree, hammer2_chain, rbnode, hammer2_chain_cmp);
360
361 /*
362  * Special notes on flags:
363  *
364  * INITIAL      - This flag allows a chain to be created and for storage to
365  *                be allocated without having to immediately instantiate the
366  *                related buffer.  The data is assumed to be all-zeros.  It
367  *                is primarily used for indirect blocks.
368  *
369  * MODIFIED     - The chain's media data has been modified.  Prevents chain
370  *                free on lastdrop if still in the topology.
371  *
372  * UPDATE       - Chain might not be modified but parent blocktable needs
373  *                an update.  Prevents chain free on lastdrop if still in
374  *                the topology.
375  *
376  * FICTITIOUS   - Faked chain as a placeholder for an error condition.  This
377  *                chain is unsuitable for I/O.
378  *
379  * BMAPPED      - Indicates that the chain is present in the parent blockmap.
380  *
381  * BMAPUPD      - Indicates that the chain is present but needs to be updated
382  *                in the parent blockmap.
383  */
384 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_MODIFIED          0x00000001      /* dirty chain data */
385 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_ALLOCATED         0x00000002      /* kmalloc'd chain */
386 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_DESTROY           0x00000004
387 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_DEDUPABLE         0x00000008      /* registered w/dedup */
388 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_DELETED           0x00000010      /* deleted chain */
389 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_INITIAL           0x00000020      /* initial create */
390 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_UPDATE            0x00000040      /* need parent update */
391 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_UNUSED0080        0x00000080
392 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_TESTEDGOOD        0x00000100      /* crc tested good */
393 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_ONFLUSH           0x00000200      /* on a flush list */
394 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_FICTITIOUS        0x00000400      /* unsuitable for I/O */
395 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_VOLUMESYNC        0x00000800      /* needs volume sync */
396 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_UNUSED1000        0x00001000
397 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_COUNTEDBREFS      0x00002000      /* block table stats */
398 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_ONRBTREE          0x00004000      /* on parent RB tree */
399 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_ONLRU             0x00008000      /* on LRU list */
400 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_EMBEDDED          0x00010000      /* embedded data */
401 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_RELEASE           0x00020000      /* don't keep around */
402 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_BMAPPED           0x00040000      /* present in blkmap */
403 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_BMAPUPD           0x00080000      /* +needs updating */
404 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_IOINPROG          0x00100000      /* I/O interlock */
405 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_IOSIGNAL          0x00200000      /* I/O interlock */
406 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_PFSBOUNDARY       0x00400000      /* super->pfs inode */
407 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_HINT_LEAF_COUNT   0x00800000      /* redo leaf count */
408 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_LRUHINT           0x01000000      /* was reused */
409
410 #define HAMMER2_CHAIN_FLUSH_MASK        (HAMMER2_CHAIN_MODIFIED |       \
411                                          HAMMER2_CHAIN_UPDATE |         \
412                                          HAMMER2_CHAIN_ONFLUSH |        \
413                                          HAMMER2_CHAIN_DESTROY)
414
415 /*
416  * Hammer2 error codes, used by chain->error and cluster->error.  The error
417  * code is typically set on-lock unless no I/O was requested, and set on
418  * I/O otherwise.  If set for a cluster it generally means that the cluster
419  * code could not find a valid copy to present.
420  *
421  * All H2 error codes are flags and can be accumulated by ORing them
422  * together.
423  *
424  * IO           - An I/O error occurred
425  * CHECK        - I/O succeeded but did not match the check code
426  * INCOMPLETE   - A cluster is not complete enough to use, or
427  *                a chain cannot be loaded because its parent has an error.
428  *
429  * NOTE: API allows callers to check zero/non-zero to determine if an error
430  *       condition exists.
431  *
432  * NOTE: Chain's data field is usually NULL on an IO error but not necessarily
433  *       NULL on other errors.  Check chain->error, not chain->data.
434  */
435 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_NONE              0       /* no error (must be 0) */
436 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_EIO               0x00000001      /* device I/O error */
437 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_CHECK             0x00000002      /* check code error */
438 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_INCOMPLETE        0x00000004      /* incomplete cluster */
439 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_DEPTH             0x00000008      /* tmp depth limit */
440 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_BADBREF           0x00000010      /* illegal bref */
441 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_ENOSPC            0x00000020      /* allocation failure */
442 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_ENOENT            0x00000040      /* entry not found */
443 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_ENOTEMPTY         0x00000080      /* dir not empty */
444 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_EAGAIN            0x00000100      /* retry */
445 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_ENOTDIR           0x00000200      /* not directory */
446 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_EISDIR            0x00000400      /* is directory */
447 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_EINPROGRESS       0x00000800      /* already running */
448 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_ABORTED           0x00001000      /* aborted operation */
449 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_EOF               0x00002000      /* end of scan */
450 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_EINVAL            0x00004000      /* catch-all */
451 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_EEXIST            0x00008000      /* entry exists */
452 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_EDEADLK           0x00010000
453 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_ESRCH             0x00020000
454 #define HAMMER2_ERROR_ETIMEDOUT         0x00040000
455
456 /*
457  * Flags passed to hammer2_chain_lookup() and hammer2_chain_next()
458  *
459  * NOTES:
460  *      NODATA      - Asks that the chain->data not be resolved in order
461  *                    to avoid I/O.
462  *
463  *      NODIRECT    - Prevents a lookup of offset 0 in an inode from returning
464  *                    the inode itself if the inode is in DIRECTDATA mode
465  *                    (i.e. file is <= 512 bytes).  Used by the synchronization
466  *                    code to prevent confusion.
467  *
468  *      SHARED      - The input chain is expected to be locked shared,
469  *                    and the output chain is locked shared.
470  *
471  *      MATCHIND    - Allows an indirect block / freemap node to be returned
472  *                    when the passed key range matches the radix.  Remember
473  *                    that key_end is inclusive (e.g. {0x000,0xFFF},
474  *                    not {0x000,0x1000}).
475  *
476  *                    (Cannot be used for remote or cluster ops).
477  *
478  *      ALLNODES    - Allows NULL focus.
479  *
480  *      ALWAYS      - Always resolve the data.  If ALWAYS and NODATA are both
481  *                    missing, bulk file data is not resolved but inodes and
482  *                    other meta-data will.
483  */
484 #define HAMMER2_LOOKUP_UNUSED0001       0x00000001
485 #define HAMMER2_LOOKUP_NODATA           0x00000002      /* data left NULL */
486 #define HAMMER2_LOOKUP_NODIRECT         0x00000004      /* no offset=0 DD */
487 #define HAMMER2_LOOKUP_SHARED           0x00000100
488 #define HAMMER2_LOOKUP_MATCHIND         0x00000200      /* return all chains */
489 #define HAMMER2_LOOKUP_ALLNODES         0x00000400      /* allow NULL focus */
490 #define HAMMER2_LOOKUP_ALWAYS           0x00000800      /* resolve data */
491 #define HAMMER2_LOOKUP_UNUSED1000       0x00001000
492
493 /*
494  * Flags passed to hammer2_chain_modify() and hammer2_chain_resize()
495  *
496  * NOTE: OPTDATA allows us to avoid instantiating buffers for INDIRECT
497  *       blocks in the INITIAL-create state.
498  */
499 #define HAMMER2_MODIFY_OPTDATA          0x00000002      /* data can be NULL */
500 #define HAMMER2_MODIFY_NO_MODIFY_TID    0x00000004
501 #define HAMMER2_MODIFY_UNUSED0008       0x00000008
502
503 /*
504  * Flags passed to hammer2_chain_lock()
505  *
506  * NOTE: RDONLY is set to optimize cluster operations when *no* modifications
507  *       will be made to either the cluster being locked or any underlying
508  *       cluster.  It allows the cluster to lock and access data for a subset
509  *       of available nodes instead of all available nodes.
510  *
511  * NOTE: NONBLOCK is only used for hammer2_chain_repparent() and getparent(),
512  *       other functions (e.g. hammer2_chain_lookup(), etc) can't handle its
513  *       operation.
514  */
515 #define HAMMER2_RESOLVE_NEVER           1
516 #define HAMMER2_RESOLVE_MAYBE           2
517 #define HAMMER2_RESOLVE_ALWAYS          3
518 #define HAMMER2_RESOLVE_MASK            0x0F
519
520 #define HAMMER2_RESOLVE_SHARED          0x10    /* request shared lock */
521 #define HAMMER2_RESOLVE_LOCKAGAIN       0x20    /* another shared lock */
522 #define HAMMER2_RESOLVE_UNUSED40        0x40
523 #define HAMMER2_RESOLVE_NONBLOCK        0x80    /* non-blocking */
524
525 /*
526  * Flags passed to hammer2_chain_delete()
527  */
528 #define HAMMER2_DELETE_PERMANENT        0x0001
529
530 /*
531  * Flags passed to hammer2_chain_insert() or hammer2_chain_rename()
532  * or hammer2_chain_create().
533  */
534 #define HAMMER2_INSERT_PFSROOT          0x0004
535 #define HAMMER2_INSERT_SAMEPARENT       0x0008
536
537 /*
538  * Flags passed to hammer2_chain_delete_duplicate()
539  */
540 #define HAMMER2_DELDUP_RECORE           0x0001
541
542 /*
543  * Cluster different types of storage together for allocations
544  */
545 #define HAMMER2_FREECACHE_INODE         0
546 #define HAMMER2_FREECACHE_INDIR         1
547 #define HAMMER2_FREECACHE_DATA          2
548 #define HAMMER2_FREECACHE_UNUSED3       3
549 #define HAMMER2_FREECACHE_TYPES         4
550
551 /*
552  * hammer2_freemap_alloc() block preference
553  */
554 #define HAMMER2_OFF_NOPREF              ((hammer2_off_t)-1)
555
556 /*
557  * BMAP read-ahead maximum parameters
558  */
559 #define HAMMER2_BMAP_COUNT              16      /* max bmap read-ahead */
560 #define HAMMER2_BMAP_BYTES              (HAMMER2_PBUFSIZE * HAMMER2_BMAP_COUNT)
561
562 /*
563  * hammer2_freemap_adjust()
564  */
565 #define HAMMER2_FREEMAP_DORECOVER       1
566 #define HAMMER2_FREEMAP_DOMAYFREE       2
567 #define HAMMER2_FREEMAP_DOREALFREE      3
568
569 /*
570  * HAMMER2 cluster - A set of chains representing the same entity.
571  *
572  * hammer2_cluster typically represents a temporary set of representitive
573  * chains.  The one exception is that a hammer2_cluster is embedded in
574  * hammer2_inode.  This embedded cluster is ONLY used to track the
575  * representitive chains and cannot be directly locked.
576  *
577  * A cluster is usually temporary (and thus per-thread) for locking purposes,
578  * allowing us to embed the asynchronous storage required for cluster
579  * operations in the cluster itself and adjust the state and status without
580  * having to worry too much about SMP issues.
581  *
582  * The exception is the cluster embedded in the hammer2_inode structure.
583  * This is used to cache the cluster state on an inode-by-inode basis.
584  * Individual hammer2_chain structures not incorporated into clusters might
585  * also stick around to cache miscellanious elements.
586  *
587  * Because the cluster is a 'working copy' and is usually subject to cluster
588  * quorum rules, it is quite possible for us to end up with an insufficient
589  * number of live chains to execute an operation.  If an insufficient number
590  * of chains remain in a working copy, the operation may have to be
591  * downgraded, retried, stall until the requisit number of chains are
592  * available, or possibly even error out depending on the mount type.
593  *
594  * A cluster's focus is set when it is locked.  The focus can only be set
595  * to a chain still part of the synchronized set.
596  */
597 #define HAMMER2_XOPFIFO         16
598 #define HAMMER2_XOPFIFO_MASK    (HAMMER2_XOPFIFO - 1)
599 #define HAMMER2_XOPGROUPS       32
600 #define HAMMER2_XOPGROUPS_MASK  (HAMMER2_XOPGROUPS - 1)
601
602 #define HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER      8
603 #define HAMMER2_XOPMASK_CLUSTER (uint64_t)((1LLU << HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER) - 1)
604 #define HAMMER2_XOPMASK_VOP     (uint64_t)0x0000000080000000LLU
605 #define HAMMER2_XOPMASK_FIFOW   (uint64_t)0x0000000040000000LLU
606 #define HAMMER2_XOPMASK_WAIT    (uint64_t)0x0000000020000000LLU
607 #define HAMMER2_XOPMASK_FEED    (uint64_t)0x0000000100000000LLU
608
609 #define HAMMER2_XOPMASK_ALLDONE (HAMMER2_XOPMASK_VOP | HAMMER2_XOPMASK_CLUSTER)
610
611 #define HAMMER2_SPECTHREADS     1       /* sync */
612
613 struct hammer2_cluster_item {
614         hammer2_chain_t         *chain;
615         int                     error;
616         uint32_t                flags;
617 };
618
619 typedef struct hammer2_cluster_item hammer2_cluster_item_t;
620
621 /*
622  * INVALID      - Invalid for focus, i.e. not part of synchronized set.
623  *                Once set, this bit is sticky across operations.
624  *
625  * FEMOD        - Indicates that front-end modifying operations can
626  *                mess with this entry and MODSYNC will copy also
627  *                effect it.
628  */
629 #define HAMMER2_CITEM_INVALID   0x00000001
630 #define HAMMER2_CITEM_FEMOD     0x00000002
631 #define HAMMER2_CITEM_NULL      0x00000004
632
633 struct hammer2_cluster {
634         int                     refs;           /* track for deallocation */
635         int                     ddflag;
636         struct hammer2_pfs      *pmp;
637         uint32_t                flags;
638         int                     nchains;
639         int                     error;          /* error code valid on lock */
640         int                     focus_index;
641         hammer2_chain_t         *focus;         /* current focus (or mod) */
642         hammer2_cluster_item_t  array[HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER];
643 };
644
645 typedef struct hammer2_cluster  hammer2_cluster_t;
646
647 /*
648  * WRHARD       - Hard mounts can write fully synchronized
649  * RDHARD       - Hard mounts can read fully synchronized
650  * UNHARD       - Unsynchronized masters present
651  * NOHARD       - No masters visible
652  * WRSOFT       - Soft mounts can write to at least the SOFT_MASTER
653  * RDSOFT       - Soft mounts can read from at least a SOFT_SLAVE
654  * UNSOFT       - Unsynchronized slaves present
655  * NOSOFT       - No slaves visible
656  * RDSLAVE      - slaves are accessible (possibly unsynchronized or remote).
657  * MSYNCED      - All masters are fully synchronized
658  * SSYNCED      - All known local slaves are fully synchronized to masters
659  *
660  * All available masters are always incorporated.  All PFSs belonging to a
661  * cluster (master, slave, copy, whatever) always try to synchronize the
662  * total number of known masters in the PFSs root inode.
663  *
664  * A cluster might have access to many slaves, copies, or caches, but we
665  * have a limited number of cluster slots.  Any such elements which are
666  * directly mounted from block device(s) will always be incorporated.   Note
667  * that SSYNCED only applies to such elements which are directly mounted,
668  * not to any remote slaves, copies, or caches that could be available.  These
669  * bits are used to monitor and drive our synchronization threads.
670  *
671  * When asking the question 'is any data accessible at all', then a simple
672  * test against (RDHARD|RDSOFT|RDSLAVE) gives you the answer.  If any of
673  * these bits are set the object can be read with certain caveats:
674  * RDHARD - no caveats.  RDSOFT - authoritative but might not be synchronized.
675  * and RDSLAVE - not authoritative, has some data but it could be old or
676  * incomplete.
677  *
678  * When both soft and hard mounts are available, data will be read and written
679  * via the soft mount only.  But all might be in the cluster because
680  * background synchronization threads still need to do their work.
681  */
682 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_INODE   0x00000001      /* embedded in inode struct */
683 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_UNUSED2 0x00000002
684 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_LOCKED  0x00000004      /* cluster lks not recursive */
685 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_WRHARD  0x00000100      /* hard-mount can write */
686 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDHARD  0x00000200      /* hard-mount can read */
687 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_UNHARD  0x00000400      /* unsynchronized masters */
688 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_NOHARD  0x00000800      /* no masters visible */
689 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_WRSOFT  0x00001000      /* soft-mount can write */
690 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDSOFT  0x00002000      /* soft-mount can read */
691 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_UNSOFT  0x00004000      /* unsynchronized slaves */
692 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_NOSOFT  0x00008000      /* no slaves visible */
693 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_MSYNCED 0x00010000      /* all masters synchronized */
694 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_SSYNCED 0x00020000      /* known slaves synchronized */
695
696 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_ANYDATA ( HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDHARD |      \
697                                   HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDSOFT |      \
698                                   HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDSLAVE)
699
700 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDOK    ( HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDHARD |      \
701                                   HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDSOFT)
702
703 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_WROK    ( HAMMER2_CLUSTER_WRHARD |      \
704                                   HAMMER2_CLUSTER_WRSOFT)
705
706 #define HAMMER2_CLUSTER_ZFLAGS  ( HAMMER2_CLUSTER_WRHARD |      \
707                                   HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDHARD |      \
708                                   HAMMER2_CLUSTER_WRSOFT |      \
709                                   HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDSOFT |      \
710                                   HAMMER2_CLUSTER_MSYNCED |     \
711                                   HAMMER2_CLUSTER_SSYNCED)
712
713 /*
714  * Helper functions (cluster must be locked for flags to be valid).
715  */
716 static __inline
717 int
718 hammer2_cluster_rdok(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster)
719 {
720         return (cluster->flags & HAMMER2_CLUSTER_RDOK);
721 }
722
723 static __inline
724 int
725 hammer2_cluster_wrok(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster)
726 {
727         return (cluster->flags & HAMMER2_CLUSTER_WROK);
728 }
729
730 RB_HEAD(hammer2_inode_tree, hammer2_inode);     /* ip->rbnode */
731 TAILQ_HEAD(inoq_head, hammer2_inode);           /* ip->entry */
732 TAILQ_HEAD(depq_head, hammer2_depend);          /* depend->entry */
733
734 struct hammer2_depend {
735         TAILQ_ENTRY(hammer2_depend) entry;
736         struct inoq_head        sideq;
737         long                    count;
738         int                     pass2;
739         int                     unused01;
740 };
741
742 typedef struct hammer2_depend hammer2_depend_t;
743
744 /*
745  * A hammer2 inode.
746  *
747  * NOTE: The inode-embedded cluster is never used directly for I/O (since
748  *       it may be shared).  Instead it will be replicated-in and synchronized
749  *       back out if changed.
750  */
751 struct hammer2_inode {
752         RB_ENTRY(hammer2_inode) rbnode;         /* inumber lookup (HL) */
753         TAILQ_ENTRY(hammer2_inode) entry;       /* SYNCQ/SIDEQ */
754         hammer2_depend_t        *depend;        /* non-NULL if SIDEQ */
755         hammer2_depend_t        depend_static;  /* (in-place allocation) */
756         hammer2_mtx_t           lock;           /* inode lock */
757         hammer2_mtx_t           truncate_lock;  /* prevent truncates */
758         struct hammer2_pfs      *pmp;           /* PFS mount */
759         struct vnode            *vp;
760         struct spinlock         cluster_spin;   /* update cluster */
761         hammer2_cluster_t       cluster;
762         struct lockf            advlock;
763         u_int                   flags;
764         u_int                   refs;           /* +vpref, +flushref */
765         uint8_t                 comp_heuristic;
766         hammer2_inode_meta_t    meta;           /* copy of meta-data */
767         hammer2_off_t           osize;
768 };
769
770 typedef struct hammer2_inode hammer2_inode_t;
771
772 /*
773  * MODIFIED     - Inode is in a modified state, ip->meta may have changes.
774  * RESIZED      - Inode truncated (any) or inode extended beyond
775  *                EMBEDDED_BYTES.
776  *
777  * SYNCQ        - Inode is included in the current filesystem sync.  The
778  *                DELETING and CREATING flags will be acted upon.
779  *
780  * SIDEQ        - Inode has likely been disconnected from the vnode topology
781  *                and so is not visible to the vnode-based filesystem syncer
782  *                code, but is dirty and must be included in the next
783  *                filesystem sync.  These inodes are moved to the SYNCQ at
784  *                the time the sync occurs.
785  *
786  *                Inodes are not placed on this queue simply because they have
787  *                become dirty, if a vnode is attached.
788  *
789  * DELETING     - Inode is flagged for deletion during the next filesystem
790  *                sync.  That is, the inode's chain is currently connected
791  *                and must be deleting during the current or next fs sync.
792  *
793  * CREATING     - Inode is flagged for creation during the next filesystem
794  *                sync.  That is, the inode's chain topology exists (so
795  *                kernel buffer flushes can occur), but is currently
796  *                disconnected and must be inserted during the current or
797  *                next fs sync.  If the DELETING flag is also set, the
798  *                topology can be thrown away instead.
799  *
800  * If an inode that is already part of the current filesystem sync is
801  * modified by the frontend, including by buffer flushes, the inode lock
802  * code detects the SYNCQ flag and moves the inode to the head of the
803  * flush-in-progress, then blocks until the flush has gotten past it.
804  */
805 #define HAMMER2_INODE_MODIFIED          0x0001
806 #define HAMMER2_INODE_SROOT             0x0002  /* kmalloc special case */
807 #define HAMMER2_INODE_RENAME_INPROG     0x0004
808 #define HAMMER2_INODE_ONRBTREE          0x0008
809 #define HAMMER2_INODE_RESIZED           0x0010  /* requires inode_fsync */
810 #define HAMMER2_INODE_UNUSED0020        0x0020
811 #define HAMMER2_INODE_ISUNLINKED        0x0040
812 #define HAMMER2_INODE_METAGOOD          0x0080  /* inode meta-data good */
813 #define HAMMER2_INODE_SIDEQ             0x0100  /* on side processing queue */
814 #define HAMMER2_INODE_NOSIDEQ           0x0200  /* disable sideq operation */
815 #define HAMMER2_INODE_DIRTYDATA         0x0400  /* interlocks inode flush */
816 #define HAMMER2_INODE_SYNCQ             0x0800  /* sync interlock, sequenced */
817 #define HAMMER2_INODE_DELETING          0x1000  /* sync interlock, chain topo */
818 #define HAMMER2_INODE_CREATING          0x2000  /* sync interlock, chain topo */
819 #define HAMMER2_INODE_SYNCQ_WAKEUP      0x4000  /* sync interlock wakeup */
820 #define HAMMER2_INODE_SYNCQ_PASS2       0x8000  /* force retry delay */
821
822 #define HAMMER2_INODE_DIRTY             (HAMMER2_INODE_MODIFIED |       \
823                                          HAMMER2_INODE_DIRTYDATA |      \
824                                          HAMMER2_INODE_DELETING |       \
825                                          HAMMER2_INODE_CREATING)
826
827 int hammer2_inode_cmp(hammer2_inode_t *ip1, hammer2_inode_t *ip2);
828 RB_PROTOTYPE2(hammer2_inode_tree, hammer2_inode, rbnode, hammer2_inode_cmp,
829                 hammer2_tid_t);
830
831 /*
832  * Transaction management sub-structure under hammer2_pfs
833  */
834 struct hammer2_trans {
835         uint32_t                flags;
836         uint32_t                sync_wait;
837 };
838
839 typedef struct hammer2_trans hammer2_trans_t;
840
841 #define HAMMER2_TRANS_ISFLUSH           0x80000000      /* flush code */
842 #define HAMMER2_TRANS_BUFCACHE          0x40000000      /* bio strategy */
843 #define HAMMER2_TRANS_SIDEQ             0x20000000      /* run sideq */
844 #define HAMMER2_TRANS_UNUSED10          0x10000000
845 #define HAMMER2_TRANS_WAITING           0x08000000      /* someone waiting */
846 #define HAMMER2_TRANS_RESCAN            0x04000000      /* rescan sideq */
847 #define HAMMER2_TRANS_MASK              0x00FFFFFF      /* count mask */
848
849 #define HAMMER2_FREEMAP_HEUR_NRADIX     4       /* pwr 2 PBUFRADIX-MINIORADIX */
850 #define HAMMER2_FREEMAP_HEUR_TYPES      8
851 #define HAMMER2_FREEMAP_HEUR_SIZE       (HAMMER2_FREEMAP_HEUR_NRADIX * \
852                                          HAMMER2_FREEMAP_HEUR_TYPES)
853
854 #define HAMMER2_DEDUP_HEUR_SIZE         (65536 * 4)
855 #define HAMMER2_DEDUP_HEUR_MASK         (HAMMER2_DEDUP_HEUR_SIZE - 1)
856
857 #define HAMMER2_FLUSH_TOP               0x0001
858 #define HAMMER2_FLUSH_ALL               0x0002
859 #define HAMMER2_FLUSH_INODE_STOP        0x0004  /* stop at sub-inode */
860 #define HAMMER2_FLUSH_FSSYNC            0x0008  /* part of filesystem sync */
861
862
863 /*
864  * Hammer2 support thread element.
865  *
866  * Potentially many support threads can hang off of hammer2, primarily
867  * off the hammer2_pfs structure.  Typically:
868  *
869  * td x Nodes                   A synchronization thread for each node.
870  * td x Nodes x workers         Worker threads for frontend operations.
871  * td x 1                       Bioq thread for logical buffer writes.
872  *
873  * In addition, the synchronization thread(s) associated with the
874  * super-root PFS (spmp) for a node is responsible for automatic bulkfree
875  * and dedup scans.
876  */
877 struct hammer2_thread {
878         struct hammer2_pfs *pmp;
879         struct hammer2_dev *hmp;
880         hammer2_xop_list_t xopq;
881         thread_t        td;
882         uint32_t        flags;
883         int             depth;
884         int             clindex;        /* cluster element index */
885         int             repidx;
886         char            *scratch;       /* MAXPHYS */
887 };
888
889 typedef struct hammer2_thread hammer2_thread_t;
890
891 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_UNMOUNTING       0x0001  /* unmount request */
892 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_DEV              0x0002  /* related to dev, not pfs */
893 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_WAITING          0x0004  /* thread in idle tsleep */
894 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_REMASTER         0x0008  /* remaster request */
895 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_STOP             0x0010  /* exit request */
896 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_FREEZE           0x0020  /* force idle */
897 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_FROZEN           0x0040  /* thread is frozen */
898 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_XOPQ             0x0080  /* work pending */
899 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_STOPPED          0x0100  /* thread has stopped */
900 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_UNFREEZE         0x0200
901
902 #define HAMMER2_THREAD_WAKEUP_MASK      (HAMMER2_THREAD_UNMOUNTING |    \
903                                          HAMMER2_THREAD_REMASTER |      \
904                                          HAMMER2_THREAD_STOP |          \
905                                          HAMMER2_THREAD_FREEZE |        \
906                                          HAMMER2_THREAD_XOPQ)
907
908 /*
909  * Support structure for dedup heuristic.
910  */
911 struct hammer2_dedup {
912         hammer2_off_t   data_off;
913         uint64_t        data_crc;
914         uint32_t        ticks;
915         uint32_t        unused03;
916 };
917
918 typedef struct hammer2_dedup hammer2_dedup_t;
919
920 /*
921  * hammer2_xop - container for VOP/XOP operation (allocated, not on stack).
922  *
923  * This structure is used to distribute a VOP operation across multiple
924  * nodes.  It provides a rendezvous for concurrent node execution and
925  * can be detached from the frontend operation to allow the frontend to
926  * return early.
927  *
928  * This structure also sequences operations on up to three inodes.
929  */
930 typedef void (*hammer2_xop_func_t)(union hammer2_xop *xop, void *scratch,
931                                    int clindex);
932
933 struct hammer2_xop_desc {
934         hammer2_xop_func_t      storage_func;   /* local storage function */
935         hammer2_xop_func_t      dmsg_dispatch;  /* dmsg dispatch function */
936         hammer2_xop_func_t      dmsg_process;   /* dmsg processing function */
937         const char              *id;
938 };
939
940 typedef struct hammer2_xop_desc hammer2_xop_desc_t;
941
942 struct hammer2_xop_fifo {
943         TAILQ_ENTRY(hammer2_xop_head) entry;
944         hammer2_chain_t         *array[HAMMER2_XOPFIFO];
945         int                     errors[HAMMER2_XOPFIFO];
946         int                     ri;
947         int                     wi;
948         int                     flags;
949         hammer2_thread_t        *thr;
950 };
951
952 typedef struct hammer2_xop_fifo hammer2_xop_fifo_t;
953
954 #define HAMMER2_XOP_FIFO_RUN    0x0001
955 #define HAMMER2_XOP_FIFO_STALL  0x0002
956
957 struct hammer2_xop_head {
958         hammer2_xop_desc_t      *desc;
959         hammer2_tid_t           mtid;
960         struct hammer2_inode    *ip1;
961         struct hammer2_inode    *ip2;
962         struct hammer2_inode    *ip3;
963         uint64_t                run_mask;
964         uint64_t                chk_mask;
965         int                     flags;
966         int                     state;
967         int                     error;
968         hammer2_key_t           collect_key;
969         char                    *name1;
970         size_t                  name1_len;
971         char                    *name2;
972         size_t                  name2_len;
973         hammer2_xop_fifo_t      collect[HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER];
974         hammer2_cluster_t       cluster;        /* help collections */
975         hammer2_io_t            *focus_dio;
976 };
977
978 typedef struct hammer2_xop_head hammer2_xop_head_t;
979
980 struct hammer2_xop_ipcluster {
981         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
982 };
983
984 struct hammer2_xop_strategy {
985         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
986         hammer2_key_t           lbase;
987         int                     finished;
988         hammer2_mtx_t           lock;
989         struct bio              *bio;
990 };
991
992 struct hammer2_xop_readdir {
993         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
994         hammer2_key_t           lkey;
995 };
996
997 struct hammer2_xop_nresolve {
998         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
999         hammer2_key_t           lhc;    /* if name is NULL used lhc */
1000 };
1001
1002 struct hammer2_xop_unlink {
1003         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1004         int                     isdir;
1005         int                     dopermanent;
1006 };
1007
1008 #define H2DOPERM_PERMANENT      0x01
1009 #define H2DOPERM_FORCE          0x02
1010 #define H2DOPERM_IGNINO         0x04
1011
1012 struct hammer2_xop_nrename {
1013         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1014         hammer2_tid_t           lhc;
1015         int                     ip_key;
1016 };
1017
1018 struct hammer2_xop_scanlhc {
1019         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1020         hammer2_key_t           lhc;
1021 };
1022
1023 struct hammer2_xop_scanall {
1024         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1025         hammer2_key_t           key_beg;        /* inclusive */
1026         hammer2_key_t           key_end;        /* inclusive */
1027         int                     resolve_flags;
1028         int                     lookup_flags;
1029 };
1030
1031 struct hammer2_xop_lookup {
1032         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1033         hammer2_key_t           lhc;
1034 };
1035
1036 struct hammer2_xop_mkdirent {
1037         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1038         hammer2_dirent_head_t   dirent;
1039         hammer2_key_t           lhc;
1040 };
1041
1042 struct hammer2_xop_create {
1043         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1044         hammer2_inode_meta_t    meta;           /* initial metadata */
1045         hammer2_key_t           lhc;
1046         int                     flags;
1047 };
1048
1049 struct hammer2_xop_destroy {
1050         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1051 };
1052
1053 struct hammer2_xop_fsync {
1054         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1055         hammer2_inode_meta_t    meta;
1056         hammer2_off_t           osize;
1057         u_int                   ipflags;
1058         int                     clear_directdata;
1059 };
1060
1061 struct hammer2_xop_unlinkall {
1062         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1063         hammer2_key_t           key_beg;
1064         hammer2_key_t           key_end;
1065 };
1066
1067 struct hammer2_xop_connect {
1068         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1069         hammer2_key_t           lhc;
1070 };
1071
1072 struct hammer2_xop_flush {
1073         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1074 };
1075
1076 typedef struct hammer2_xop_readdir hammer2_xop_readdir_t;
1077 typedef struct hammer2_xop_nresolve hammer2_xop_nresolve_t;
1078 typedef struct hammer2_xop_unlink hammer2_xop_unlink_t;
1079 typedef struct hammer2_xop_nrename hammer2_xop_nrename_t;
1080 typedef struct hammer2_xop_ipcluster hammer2_xop_ipcluster_t;
1081 typedef struct hammer2_xop_strategy hammer2_xop_strategy_t;
1082 typedef struct hammer2_xop_mkdirent hammer2_xop_mkdirent_t;
1083 typedef struct hammer2_xop_create hammer2_xop_create_t;
1084 typedef struct hammer2_xop_destroy hammer2_xop_destroy_t;
1085 typedef struct hammer2_xop_fsync hammer2_xop_fsync_t;
1086 typedef struct hammer2_xop_unlinkall hammer2_xop_unlinkall_t;
1087 typedef struct hammer2_xop_scanlhc hammer2_xop_scanlhc_t;
1088 typedef struct hammer2_xop_scanall hammer2_xop_scanall_t;
1089 typedef struct hammer2_xop_lookup hammer2_xop_lookup_t;
1090 typedef struct hammer2_xop_connect hammer2_xop_connect_t;
1091 typedef struct hammer2_xop_flush hammer2_xop_flush_t;
1092
1093 union hammer2_xop {
1094         hammer2_xop_head_t      head;
1095         hammer2_xop_ipcluster_t xop_ipcluster;
1096         hammer2_xop_readdir_t   xop_readdir;
1097         hammer2_xop_nresolve_t  xop_nresolve;
1098         hammer2_xop_unlink_t    xop_unlink;
1099         hammer2_xop_nrename_t   xop_nrename;
1100         hammer2_xop_strategy_t  xop_strategy;
1101         hammer2_xop_mkdirent_t  xop_mkdirent;
1102         hammer2_xop_create_t    xop_create;
1103         hammer2_xop_destroy_t   xop_destroy;
1104         hammer2_xop_fsync_t     xop_fsync;
1105         hammer2_xop_unlinkall_t xop_unlinkall;
1106         hammer2_xop_scanlhc_t   xop_scanlhc;
1107         hammer2_xop_scanall_t   xop_scanall;
1108         hammer2_xop_lookup_t    xop_lookup;
1109         hammer2_xop_flush_t     xop_flush;
1110         hammer2_xop_connect_t   xop_connect;
1111 };
1112
1113 typedef union hammer2_xop hammer2_xop_t;
1114
1115 /*
1116  * hammer2_xop_group - Manage XOP support threads.
1117  */
1118 struct hammer2_xop_group {
1119         hammer2_thread_t        thrs[HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER];
1120 };
1121
1122 typedef struct hammer2_xop_group hammer2_xop_group_t;
1123
1124 /*
1125  * flags to hammer2_xop_collect()
1126  */
1127 #define HAMMER2_XOP_COLLECT_NOWAIT      0x00000001
1128 #define HAMMER2_XOP_COLLECT_WAITALL     0x00000002
1129
1130 /*
1131  * flags to hammer2_xop_alloc()
1132  *
1133  * MODIFYING    - This is a modifying transaction, allocate a mtid.
1134  * RECURSE      - Recurse top-level inode (for root flushes)
1135  */
1136 #define HAMMER2_XOP_MODIFYING           0x00000001
1137 #define HAMMER2_XOP_STRATEGY            0x00000002
1138 #define HAMMER2_XOP_INODE_STOP          0x00000004
1139 #define HAMMER2_XOP_VOLHDR              0x00000008
1140 #define HAMMER2_XOP_FSSYNC              0x00000010
1141 #define HAMMER2_XOP_IROOT               0x00000020
1142
1143 /*
1144  * Global (per partition) management structure, represents a hard block
1145  * device.  Typically referenced by hammer2_chain structures when applicable.
1146  * Typically not used for network-managed elements.
1147  *
1148  * Note that a single hammer2_dev can be indirectly tied to multiple system
1149  * mount points.  There is no direct relationship.  System mounts are
1150  * per-cluster-id, not per-block-device, and a single hard mount might contain
1151  * many PFSs and those PFSs might combine together in various ways to form
1152  * the set of available clusters.
1153  */
1154 struct hammer2_dev {
1155         struct vnode    *devvp;         /* device vnode */
1156         int             ronly;          /* read-only mount */
1157         int             mount_count;    /* number of actively mounted PFSs */
1158         TAILQ_ENTRY(hammer2_dev) mntentry; /* hammer2_mntlist */
1159
1160         struct malloc_type *mchain;
1161         int             nipstacks;
1162         int             maxipstacks;
1163         kdmsg_iocom_t   iocom;          /* volume-level dmsg interface */
1164         struct spinlock io_spin;        /* iotree, iolruq access */
1165         struct hammer2_io_tree iotree;
1166         int             iofree_count;
1167         int             freemap_relaxed;
1168         hammer2_chain_t vchain;         /* anchor chain (topology) */
1169         hammer2_chain_t fchain;         /* anchor chain (freemap) */
1170         struct spinlock list_spin;
1171         struct hammer2_pfs *spmp;       /* super-root pmp for transactions */
1172         struct lock     vollk;          /* lockmgr lock */
1173         struct lock     bulklk;         /* bulkfree operation lock */
1174         struct lock     bflock;         /* bulk-free manual function lock */
1175         hammer2_off_t   heur_freemap[HAMMER2_FREEMAP_HEUR_SIZE];
1176         hammer2_dedup_t heur_dedup[HAMMER2_DEDUP_HEUR_SIZE];
1177         int             volhdrno;       /* last volhdrno written */
1178         uint32_t        hflags;         /* HMNT2 flags applicable to device */
1179         hammer2_off_t   free_reserved;  /* nominal free reserved */
1180         hammer2_thread_t bfthr;         /* bulk-free thread */
1181         char            devrepname[64]; /* for kprintf */
1182         hammer2_ioc_bulkfree_t bflast;  /* stats for last bulkfree run */
1183         hammer2_volume_data_t voldata;
1184         hammer2_volume_data_t volsync;  /* synchronized voldata */
1185 };
1186
1187 typedef struct hammer2_dev hammer2_dev_t;
1188
1189 /*
1190  * Helper functions (cluster must be locked for flags to be valid).
1191  */
1192 static __inline
1193 int
1194 hammer2_chain_rdok(hammer2_chain_t *chain)
1195 {
1196         return (chain->error == 0);
1197 }
1198
1199 static __inline
1200 int
1201 hammer2_chain_wrok(hammer2_chain_t *chain)
1202 {
1203         return (chain->error == 0 && chain->hmp->ronly == 0);
1204 }
1205
1206 /*
1207  * Per-cluster management structure.  This structure will be tied to a
1208  * system mount point if the system is mounting the PFS, but is also used
1209  * to manage clusters encountered during the super-root scan or received
1210  * via LNK_SPANs that might not be mounted.
1211  *
1212  * This structure is also used to represent the super-root that hangs off
1213  * of a hard mount point.  The super-root is not really a cluster element.
1214  * In this case the spmp_hmp field will be non-NULL.  It's just easier to do
1215  * this than to special case super-root manipulation in the hammer2_chain*
1216  * code as being only hammer2_dev-related.
1217  *
1218  * pfs_mode and pfs_nmasters are rollup fields which critically describes
1219  * how elements of the cluster act on the cluster.  pfs_mode is only applicable
1220  * when a PFS is mounted by the system.  pfs_nmasters is our best guess as to
1221  * how many masters have been configured for a cluster and is always
1222  * applicable.  pfs_types[] is an array with 1:1 correspondance to the
1223  * iroot cluster and describes the PFS types of the nodes making up the
1224  * cluster.
1225  *
1226  * WARNING! Portions of this structure have deferred initialization.  In
1227  *          particular, if not mounted there will be no wthread.
1228  *          umounted network PFSs will also be missing iroot and numerous
1229  *          other fields will not be initialized prior to mount.
1230  *
1231  *          Synchronization threads are chain-specific and only applicable
1232  *          to local hard PFS entries.  A hammer2_pfs structure may contain
1233  *          more than one when multiple hard PFSs are present on the local
1234  *          machine which require synchronization monitoring.  Most PFSs
1235  *          (such as snapshots) are 1xMASTER PFSs which do not need a
1236  *          synchronization thread.
1237  *
1238  * WARNING! The chains making up pfs->iroot's cluster are accounted for in
1239  *          hammer2_dev->mount_count when the pfs is associated with a mount
1240  *          point.
1241  */
1242 struct hammer2_pfs {
1243         struct mount            *mp;
1244         TAILQ_ENTRY(hammer2_pfs) mntentry;      /* hammer2_pfslist */
1245         uuid_t                  pfs_clid;
1246         hammer2_dev_t           *spmp_hmp;      /* only if super-root pmp */
1247         hammer2_dev_t           *force_local;   /* only if 'local' mount */
1248         hammer2_inode_t         *iroot;         /* PFS root inode */
1249         uint8_t                 pfs_types[HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER];
1250         char                    *pfs_names[HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER];
1251         hammer2_dev_t           *pfs_hmps[HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER];
1252         hammer2_blockset_t      pfs_iroot_blocksets[HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER];
1253         hammer2_trans_t         trans;
1254         struct lock             lock;           /* PFS lock for certain ops */
1255         struct lock             lock_nlink;     /* rename and nlink lock */
1256         struct netexport        export;         /* nfs export */
1257         int                     unused00;
1258         int                     ronly;          /* read-only mount */
1259         int                     hflags;         /* pfs-specific mount flags */
1260         struct malloc_type      *minode;
1261         struct malloc_type      *mmsg;
1262         struct spinlock         inum_spin;      /* inumber lookup */
1263         struct hammer2_inode_tree inum_tree;    /* (not applicable to spmp) */
1264         long                    inum_count;     /* #of inodes in inum_tree */
1265         struct spinlock         lru_spin;       /* inumber lookup */
1266         struct hammer2_chain_list lru_list;     /* basis for LRU tests */
1267         int                     lru_count;      /* #of chains on LRU */
1268         int                     flags;
1269         hammer2_tid_t           modify_tid;     /* modify transaction id */
1270         hammer2_tid_t           inode_tid;      /* inode allocator */
1271         uint8_t                 pfs_nmasters;   /* total masters */
1272         uint8_t                 pfs_mode;       /* operating mode PFSMODE */
1273         uint8_t                 unused01;
1274         uint8_t                 unused02;
1275         int                     free_ticks;     /* free_* calculations */
1276         long                    inmem_inodes;
1277         hammer2_off_t           free_reserved;
1278         hammer2_off_t           free_nominal;
1279         uint32_t                inmem_dirty_chains;
1280         int                     count_lwinprog; /* logical write in prog */
1281         struct spinlock         list_spin;
1282         struct inoq_head        syncq;          /* SYNCQ flagged inodes */
1283         struct depq_head        depq;           /* SIDEQ flagged inodes */
1284         long                    sideq_count;    /* total inodes on depq */
1285         hammer2_thread_t        sync_thrs[HAMMER2_MAXCLUSTER];
1286         uint32_t                cluster_flags;  /* cached cluster flags */
1287         int                     has_xop_threads;
1288         struct spinlock         xop_spin;       /* xop sequencer */
1289         hammer2_xop_group_t     xop_groups[HAMMER2_XOPGROUPS];
1290 };
1291
1292 typedef struct hammer2_pfs hammer2_pfs_t;
1293
1294 TAILQ_HEAD(hammer2_pfslist, hammer2_pfs);
1295
1296 #define HAMMER2_PMPF_SPMP       0x00000001
1297
1298 /*
1299  * NOTE: The LRU list contains at least all the chains with refs == 0
1300  *       that can be recycled, and may contain additional chains which
1301  *       cannot.
1302  */
1303 #define HAMMER2_LRU_LIMIT               4096
1304
1305 #define HAMMER2_DIRTYCHAIN_WAITING      0x80000000
1306 #define HAMMER2_DIRTYCHAIN_MASK         0x7FFFFFFF
1307
1308 #define HAMMER2_LWINPROG_WAITING        0x80000000
1309 #define HAMMER2_LWINPROG_WAITING0       0x40000000
1310 #define HAMMER2_LWINPROG_MASK           0x3FFFFFFF
1311
1312 /*
1313  * hammer2_cluster_check
1314  */
1315 #define HAMMER2_CHECK_NULL      0x00000001
1316
1317 /*
1318  * Misc
1319  */
1320 #if defined(_KERNEL) || defined(_KERNEL_STRUCTURES)
1321 #define VTOI(vp)        ((hammer2_inode_t *)(vp)->v_data)
1322 #endif
1323
1324 #if defined(_KERNEL)
1325
1326 MALLOC_DECLARE(M_HAMMER2);
1327
1328 #define ITOV(ip)        ((ip)->vp)
1329
1330 /*
1331  * Currently locked chains retain the locked buffer cache buffer for
1332  * indirect blocks, and indirect blocks can be one of two sizes.  The
1333  * device buffer has to match the case to avoid deadlocking recursive
1334  * chains that might otherwise try to access different offsets within
1335  * the same device buffer.
1336  */
1337 static __inline
1338 int
1339 hammer2_devblkradix(int radix)
1340 {
1341 #if 0
1342         if (radix <= HAMMER2_LBUFRADIX) {
1343                 return (HAMMER2_LBUFRADIX);
1344         } else {
1345                 return (HAMMER2_PBUFRADIX);
1346         }
1347 #endif
1348         return (HAMMER2_PBUFRADIX);
1349 }
1350
1351 /*
1352  * XXX almost time to remove this.  DIO uses PBUFSIZE exclusively now.
1353  */
1354 static __inline
1355 size_t
1356 hammer2_devblksize(size_t bytes)
1357 {
1358 #if 0
1359         if (bytes <= HAMMER2_LBUFSIZE) {
1360                 return(HAMMER2_LBUFSIZE);
1361         } else {
1362                 KKASSERT(bytes <= HAMMER2_PBUFSIZE &&
1363                          (bytes ^ (bytes - 1)) == ((bytes << 1) - 1));
1364                 return (HAMMER2_PBUFSIZE);
1365         }
1366 #endif
1367         return (HAMMER2_PBUFSIZE);
1368 }
1369
1370
1371 static __inline
1372 hammer2_pfs_t *
1373 MPTOPMP(struct mount *mp)
1374 {
1375         return ((hammer2_pfs_t *)mp->mnt_data);
1376 }
1377
1378 #define HAMMER2_DEDUP_FRAG      (HAMMER2_PBUFSIZE / 64)
1379 #define HAMMER2_DEDUP_FRAGRADIX (HAMMER2_PBUFRADIX - 6)
1380
1381 static __inline
1382 uint64_t
1383 hammer2_dedup_mask(hammer2_io_t *dio, hammer2_off_t data_off, u_int bytes)
1384 {
1385         int bbeg;
1386         int bits;
1387         uint64_t mask;
1388
1389         bbeg = (int)((data_off & ~HAMMER2_OFF_MASK_RADIX) - dio->pbase) >>
1390                HAMMER2_DEDUP_FRAGRADIX;
1391         bits = (int)((bytes + (HAMMER2_DEDUP_FRAG - 1)) >>
1392                HAMMER2_DEDUP_FRAGRADIX);
1393         mask = ((uint64_t)1 << bbeg) - 1;
1394         if (bbeg + bits == 64)
1395                 mask = (uint64_t)-1;
1396         else
1397                 mask = ((uint64_t)1 << (bbeg + bits)) - 1;
1398
1399         mask &= ~(((uint64_t)1 << bbeg) - 1);
1400
1401         return mask;
1402 }
1403
1404 static __inline
1405 int
1406 hammer2_error_to_errno(int error)
1407 {
1408         if (error) {
1409                 if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_EIO)
1410                         error = EIO;
1411                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_CHECK)
1412                         error = EDOM;
1413                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_ABORTED)
1414                         error = EINTR;
1415                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_BADBREF)
1416                         error = EIO;
1417                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_ENOSPC)
1418                         error = ENOSPC;
1419                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_ENOENT)
1420                         error = ENOENT;
1421                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_ENOTEMPTY)
1422                         error = ENOTEMPTY;
1423                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_EAGAIN)
1424                         error = EAGAIN;
1425                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_ENOTDIR)
1426                         error = ENOTDIR;
1427                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_EISDIR)
1428                         error = EISDIR;
1429                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_EINPROGRESS)
1430                         error = EINPROGRESS;
1431                 else if (error & HAMMER2_ERROR_EEXIST)
1432                         error = EEXIST;
1433                 else
1434                         error = EDOM;
1435         }
1436         return error;
1437 }
1438
1439 static __inline
1440 int
1441 hammer2_errno_to_error(int error)
1442 {
1443         switch(error) {
1444         case 0:
1445                 return 0;
1446         case EIO:
1447                 return HAMMER2_ERROR_EIO;
1448         case EINVAL:
1449         default:
1450                 return HAMMER2_ERROR_EINVAL;
1451         }
1452 }
1453
1454
1455 extern struct vop_ops hammer2_vnode_vops;
1456 extern struct vop_ops hammer2_spec_vops;
1457 extern struct vop_ops hammer2_fifo_vops;
1458 extern struct hammer2_pfslist hammer2_pfslist;
1459 extern struct lock hammer2_mntlk;
1460
1461
1462 extern int hammer2_debug;
1463 extern long hammer2_debug_inode;
1464 extern int hammer2_cluster_meta_read;
1465 extern int hammer2_cluster_data_read;
1466 extern int hammer2_cluster_write;
1467 extern int hammer2_dedup_enable;
1468 extern int hammer2_always_compress;
1469 extern int hammer2_inval_enable;
1470 extern int hammer2_flush_pipe;
1471 extern int hammer2_dio_count;
1472 extern int hammer2_dio_limit;
1473 extern int hammer2_bulkfree_tps;
1474 extern int hammer2_worker_rmask;
1475 extern long hammer2_chain_allocs;
1476 extern long hammer2_chain_frees;
1477 extern long hammer2_limit_dirty_chains;
1478 extern long hammer2_limit_dirty_inodes;
1479 extern long hammer2_count_modified_chains;
1480 extern long hammer2_iod_invals;
1481 extern long hammer2_iod_file_read;
1482 extern long hammer2_iod_meta_read;
1483 extern long hammer2_iod_indr_read;
1484 extern long hammer2_iod_fmap_read;
1485 extern long hammer2_iod_volu_read;
1486 extern long hammer2_iod_file_write;
1487 extern long hammer2_iod_file_wembed;
1488 extern long hammer2_iod_file_wzero;
1489 extern long hammer2_iod_file_wdedup;
1490 extern long hammer2_iod_meta_write;
1491 extern long hammer2_iod_indr_write;
1492 extern long hammer2_iod_fmap_write;
1493 extern long hammer2_iod_volu_write;
1494
1495 extern long hammer2_process_xxhash64;
1496 extern long hammer2_process_icrc32;
1497
1498 extern struct objcache *cache_buffer_read;
1499 extern struct objcache *cache_buffer_write;
1500 extern struct objcache *cache_xops;
1501
1502 /*
1503  * hammer2_subr.c
1504  */
1505 #define hammer2_icrc32(buf, size)       iscsi_crc32((buf), (size))
1506 #define hammer2_icrc32c(buf, size, crc) iscsi_crc32_ext((buf), (size), (crc))
1507
1508 int hammer2_signal_check(time_t *timep);
1509 const char *hammer2_error_str(int error);
1510
1511 void hammer2_inode_delayed_sideq(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1512 void hammer2_inode_lock(hammer2_inode_t *ip, int how);
1513 void hammer2_inode_lock4(hammer2_inode_t *ip1, hammer2_inode_t *ip2,
1514                         hammer2_inode_t *ip3, hammer2_inode_t *ip4);
1515 void hammer2_inode_unlock(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1516 void hammer2_inode_depend(hammer2_inode_t *ip1, hammer2_inode_t *ip2);
1517 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_inode_chain(hammer2_inode_t *ip, int clindex, int how);
1518 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_inode_chain_and_parent(hammer2_inode_t *ip,
1519                         int clindex, hammer2_chain_t **parentp, int how);
1520 hammer2_mtx_state_t hammer2_inode_lock_temp_release(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1521 void hammer2_inode_lock_temp_restore(hammer2_inode_t *ip,
1522                         hammer2_mtx_state_t ostate);
1523 int hammer2_inode_lock_upgrade(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1524 void hammer2_inode_lock_downgrade(hammer2_inode_t *ip, int);
1525
1526 void hammer2_dev_exlock(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1527 void hammer2_dev_shlock(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1528 void hammer2_dev_unlock(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1529
1530 int hammer2_get_dtype(uint8_t type);
1531 int hammer2_get_vtype(uint8_t type);
1532 uint8_t hammer2_get_obj_type(enum vtype vtype);
1533 void hammer2_time_to_timespec(uint64_t xtime, struct timespec *ts);
1534 uint64_t hammer2_timespec_to_time(const struct timespec *ts);
1535 uint32_t hammer2_to_unix_xid(const uuid_t *uuid);
1536 void hammer2_guid_to_uuid(uuid_t *uuid, uint32_t guid);
1537 void hammer2_trans_manage_init(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1538
1539 hammer2_key_t hammer2_dirhash(const unsigned char *name, size_t len);
1540 int hammer2_getradix(size_t bytes);
1541
1542 int hammer2_calc_logical(hammer2_inode_t *ip, hammer2_off_t uoff,
1543                         hammer2_key_t *lbasep, hammer2_key_t *leofp);
1544 int hammer2_calc_physical(hammer2_inode_t *ip, hammer2_key_t lbase);
1545 void hammer2_update_time(uint64_t *timep);
1546 void hammer2_adjreadcounter(hammer2_blockref_t *bref, size_t bytes);
1547
1548 /*
1549  * hammer2_inode.c
1550  */
1551 struct vnode *hammer2_igetv(hammer2_inode_t *ip, int *errorp);
1552 hammer2_inode_t *hammer2_inode_lookup(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp,
1553                         hammer2_tid_t inum);
1554 hammer2_inode_t *hammer2_inode_get(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp,
1555                         hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, hammer2_tid_t inum, int idx);
1556 void hammer2_inode_free(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1557 void hammer2_inode_ref(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1558 void hammer2_inode_drop(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1559 void hammer2_inode_repoint(hammer2_inode_t *ip, hammer2_inode_t *pip,
1560                         hammer2_cluster_t *cluster);
1561 void hammer2_inode_repoint_one(hammer2_inode_t *ip, hammer2_cluster_t *cluster,
1562                         int idx);
1563 void hammer2_inode_modify(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1564 void hammer2_inode_run_sideq(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, int doall);
1565
1566 hammer2_inode_t *hammer2_inode_create_normal(hammer2_inode_t *pip,
1567                         struct vattr *vap, struct ucred *cred,
1568                         hammer2_key_t inum, int *errorp);
1569 hammer2_inode_t *hammer2_inode_create_pfs(hammer2_pfs_t *spmp,
1570                         const uint8_t *name, size_t name_len,
1571                         int *errorp);
1572 int hammer2_inode_chain_ins(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1573 int hammer2_inode_chain_des(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1574 int hammer2_inode_chain_sync(hammer2_inode_t *ip);
1575 int hammer2_inode_chain_flush(hammer2_inode_t *ip, int flags);
1576 int hammer2_inode_unlink_finisher(hammer2_inode_t *ip, int isopen);
1577 int hammer2_dirent_create(hammer2_inode_t *dip, const char *name,
1578                         size_t name_len, hammer2_key_t inum, uint8_t type);
1579
1580 /*
1581  * hammer2_chain.c
1582  */
1583 void hammer2_voldata_lock(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1584 void hammer2_voldata_unlock(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1585 void hammer2_voldata_modify(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1586 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_chain_alloc(hammer2_dev_t *hmp,
1587                                 hammer2_pfs_t *pmp,
1588                                 hammer2_blockref_t *bref);
1589 void hammer2_chain_core_init(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1590 void hammer2_chain_ref(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1591 void hammer2_chain_ref_hold(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1592 void hammer2_chain_drop(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1593 void hammer2_chain_drop_unhold(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1594 void hammer2_chain_unhold(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1595 void hammer2_chain_rehold(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1596 int hammer2_chain_lock(hammer2_chain_t *chain, int how);
1597 void hammer2_chain_lock_unhold(hammer2_chain_t *chain, int how);
1598 void hammer2_chain_load_data(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1599 const hammer2_media_data_t *hammer2_chain_rdata(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1600 hammer2_media_data_t *hammer2_chain_wdata(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1601
1602 int hammer2_chain_inode_find(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, hammer2_key_t inum,
1603                                 int clindex, int flags,
1604                                 hammer2_chain_t **parentp,
1605                                 hammer2_chain_t **chainp);
1606 int hammer2_chain_modify(hammer2_chain_t *chain, hammer2_tid_t mtid,
1607                                 hammer2_off_t dedup_off, int flags);
1608 int hammer2_chain_modify_ip(hammer2_inode_t *ip, hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1609                                 hammer2_tid_t mtid, int flags);
1610 int hammer2_chain_resize(hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1611                                 hammer2_tid_t mtid, hammer2_off_t dedup_off,
1612                                 int nradix, int flags);
1613 void hammer2_chain_unlock(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1614 void hammer2_chain_unlock_hold(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1615 void hammer2_chain_wait(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1616 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_chain_get(hammer2_chain_t *parent, int generation,
1617                                 hammer2_blockref_t *bref, int how);
1618 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_chain_lookup_init(hammer2_chain_t *parent, int flags);
1619 void hammer2_chain_lookup_done(hammer2_chain_t *parent);
1620 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_chain_getparent(hammer2_chain_t *chain, int flags);
1621 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_chain_repparent(hammer2_chain_t **chainp, int flags);
1622 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_chain_lookup(hammer2_chain_t **parentp,
1623                                 hammer2_key_t *key_nextp,
1624                                 hammer2_key_t key_beg, hammer2_key_t key_end,
1625                                 int *errorp, int flags);
1626 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_chain_next(hammer2_chain_t **parentp,
1627                                 hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1628                                 hammer2_key_t *key_nextp,
1629                                 hammer2_key_t key_beg, hammer2_key_t key_end,
1630                                 int *errorp, int flags);
1631 int hammer2_chain_scan(hammer2_chain_t *parent,
1632                                 hammer2_chain_t **chainp,
1633                                 hammer2_blockref_t *bref,
1634                                 int *firstp, int flags);
1635
1636 int hammer2_chain_create(hammer2_chain_t **parentp, hammer2_chain_t **chainp,
1637                                 hammer2_dev_t *hmp, hammer2_pfs_t *pmp,
1638                                 int methods, hammer2_key_t key, int keybits,
1639                                 int type, size_t bytes, hammer2_tid_t mtid,
1640                                 hammer2_off_t dedup_off, int flags);
1641 void hammer2_chain_rename(hammer2_chain_t **parentp,
1642                                 hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1643                                 hammer2_tid_t mtid, int flags);
1644 int hammer2_chain_delete(hammer2_chain_t *parent, hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1645                                 hammer2_tid_t mtid, int flags);
1646 int hammer2_chain_indirect_maintenance(hammer2_chain_t *parent,
1647                                 hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1648 void hammer2_chain_setflush(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1649 void hammer2_chain_countbrefs(hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1650                                 hammer2_blockref_t *base, int count);
1651 hammer2_chain_t *hammer2_chain_bulksnap(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1652 void hammer2_chain_bulkdrop(hammer2_chain_t *copy);
1653
1654 void hammer2_chain_setcheck(hammer2_chain_t *chain, void *bdata);
1655 int hammer2_chain_testcheck(hammer2_chain_t *chain, void *bdata);
1656 int hammer2_chain_dirent_test(hammer2_chain_t *chain, const char *name,
1657                                 size_t name_len);
1658
1659 void hammer2_pfs_memory_wait(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1660 void hammer2_pfs_memory_inc(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1661 void hammer2_pfs_memory_wakeup(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1662
1663 void hammer2_base_delete(hammer2_chain_t *parent,
1664                                 hammer2_blockref_t *base, int count,
1665                                 hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1666                                 hammer2_blockref_t *obref);
1667 void hammer2_base_insert(hammer2_chain_t *parent,
1668                                 hammer2_blockref_t *base, int count,
1669                                 hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1670                                 hammer2_blockref_t *elm);
1671
1672 /*
1673  * hammer2_flush.c
1674  */
1675 int hammer2_flush(hammer2_chain_t *chain, int istop);
1676 void hammer2_delayed_flush(hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1677
1678 /*
1679  * hammer2_trans.c
1680  */
1681 void hammer2_trans_init(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, uint32_t flags);
1682 void hammer2_trans_setflags(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, uint32_t flags);
1683 void hammer2_trans_clearflags(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, uint32_t flags);
1684 hammer2_tid_t hammer2_trans_sub(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1685 void hammer2_trans_done(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, uint32_t flags);
1686 hammer2_tid_t hammer2_trans_newinum(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1687 void hammer2_trans_assert_strategy(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1688 void hammer2_dedup_record(hammer2_chain_t *chain, hammer2_io_t *dio,
1689                                 const char *data);
1690
1691 /*
1692  * hammer2_ioctl.c
1693  */
1694 int hammer2_ioctl(hammer2_inode_t *ip, u_long com, void *data,
1695                                 int fflag, struct ucred *cred);
1696
1697 /*
1698  * hammer2_io.c
1699  */
1700 void hammer2_io_inval(hammer2_io_t *dio, hammer2_off_t data_off, u_int bytes);
1701 void hammer2_io_cleanup(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, struct hammer2_io_tree *tree);
1702 char *hammer2_io_data(hammer2_io_t *dio, off_t lbase);
1703 void hammer2_io_bkvasync(hammer2_io_t *dio);
1704 void hammer2_io_dedup_set(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, hammer2_blockref_t *bref);
1705 void hammer2_io_dedup_delete(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, uint8_t btype,
1706                                 hammer2_off_t data_off, u_int bytes);
1707 void hammer2_io_dedup_assert(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, hammer2_off_t data_off,
1708                                 u_int bytes);
1709 void hammer2_io_callback(struct bio *bio);
1710 int hammer2_io_new(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, int btype, off_t lbase, int lsize,
1711                                 hammer2_io_t **diop);
1712 int hammer2_io_newnz(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, int btype, off_t lbase, int lsize,
1713                                 hammer2_io_t **diop);
1714 int _hammer2_io_bread(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, int btype, off_t lbase, int lsize,
1715                                 hammer2_io_t **diop HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1716 void hammer2_io_setdirty(hammer2_io_t *dio);
1717
1718 hammer2_io_t *_hammer2_io_getblk(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, int btype, off_t lbase,
1719                                 int lsize, int op HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1720 hammer2_io_t *_hammer2_io_getquick(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, off_t lbase,
1721                                 int lsize HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1722 void _hammer2_io_putblk(hammer2_io_t **diop HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1723 int _hammer2_io_bwrite(hammer2_io_t **diop HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1724 void _hammer2_io_bawrite(hammer2_io_t **diop HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1725 void _hammer2_io_bdwrite(hammer2_io_t **diop HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1726 void _hammer2_io_brelse(hammer2_io_t **diop HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1727 void _hammer2_io_bqrelse(hammer2_io_t **diop HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1728 void _hammer2_io_ref(hammer2_io_t *dio HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_ARGS);
1729
1730 #ifndef HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG
1731
1732 #define hammer2_io_getblk(hmp, btype, lbase, lsize, op)                 \
1733         _hammer2_io_getblk((hmp), (btype), (lbase), (lsize), (op))
1734 #define hammer2_io_getquick(hmp, lbase, lsize)                          \
1735         _hammer2_io_getquick((hmp), (lbase), (lsize))
1736 #define hammer2_io_putblk(diop)                                         \
1737         _hammer2_io_putblk(diop)
1738 #define hammer2_io_bwrite(diop)                                         \
1739         _hammer2_io_bwrite((diop))
1740 #define hammer2_io_bawrite(diop)                                        \
1741         _hammer2_io_bawrite((diop))
1742 #define hammer2_io_bdwrite(diop)                                        \
1743         _hammer2_io_bdwrite((diop))
1744 #define hammer2_io_brelse(diop)                                         \
1745         _hammer2_io_brelse((diop))
1746 #define hammer2_io_bqrelse(diop)                                        \
1747         _hammer2_io_bqrelse((diop))
1748 #define hammer2_io_ref(dio)                                             \
1749         _hammer2_io_ref((dio))
1750
1751 #define hammer2_io_bread(hmp, btype, lbase, lsize, diop)                \
1752         _hammer2_io_bread((hmp), (btype), (lbase), (lsize), (diop))
1753
1754 #else
1755
1756 #define hammer2_io_getblk(hmp, btype, lbase, lsize, op)                 \
1757         _hammer2_io_getblk((hmp), (btype), (lbase), (lsize), (op),      \
1758         __FILE__, __LINE__)
1759
1760 #define hammer2_io_getquick(hmp, lbase, lsize)                          \
1761         _hammer2_io_getquick((hmp), (lbase), (lsize), __FILE__, __LINE__)
1762
1763 #define hammer2_io_putblk(diop)                                         \
1764         _hammer2_io_putblk(diop, __FILE__, __LINE__)
1765
1766 #define hammer2_io_bwrite(diop)                                         \
1767         _hammer2_io_bwrite((diop), __FILE__, __LINE__)
1768 #define hammer2_io_bawrite(diop)                                        \
1769         _hammer2_io_bawrite((diop), __FILE__, __LINE__)
1770 #define hammer2_io_bdwrite(diop)                                        \
1771         _hammer2_io_bdwrite((diop), __FILE__, __LINE__)
1772 #define hammer2_io_brelse(diop)                                         \
1773         _hammer2_io_brelse((diop), __FILE__, __LINE__)
1774 #define hammer2_io_bqrelse(diop)                                        \
1775         _hammer2_io_bqrelse((diop), __FILE__, __LINE__)
1776 #define hammer2_io_ref(dio)                                             \
1777         _hammer2_io_ref((dio), __FILE__, __LINE__)
1778
1779 #define hammer2_io_bread(hmp, btype, lbase, lsize, diop)                \
1780         _hammer2_io_bread((hmp), (btype), (lbase), (lsize), (diop),     \
1781                           __FILE__, __LINE__)
1782
1783 #endif
1784
1785 /*
1786  * hammer2_thread.c
1787  */
1788 void hammer2_thr_signal(hammer2_thread_t *thr, uint32_t flags);
1789 void hammer2_thr_signal2(hammer2_thread_t *thr,
1790                         uint32_t pflags, uint32_t nflags);
1791 void hammer2_thr_wait(hammer2_thread_t *thr, uint32_t flags);
1792 void hammer2_thr_wait_neg(hammer2_thread_t *thr, uint32_t flags);
1793 int hammer2_thr_wait_any(hammer2_thread_t *thr, uint32_t flags, int timo);
1794 void hammer2_thr_create(hammer2_thread_t *thr,
1795                         hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, hammer2_dev_t *hmp,
1796                         const char *id, int clindex, int repidx,
1797                         void (*func)(void *arg));
1798 void hammer2_thr_delete(hammer2_thread_t *thr);
1799 void hammer2_thr_remaster(hammer2_thread_t *thr);
1800 void hammer2_thr_freeze_async(hammer2_thread_t *thr);
1801 void hammer2_thr_freeze(hammer2_thread_t *thr);
1802 void hammer2_thr_unfreeze(hammer2_thread_t *thr);
1803 int hammer2_thr_break(hammer2_thread_t *thr);
1804 void hammer2_primary_xops_thread(void *arg);
1805
1806 /*
1807  * hammer2_thread.c (XOP API)
1808  */
1809 void hammer2_xop_group_init(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, hammer2_xop_group_t *xgrp);
1810 void *hammer2_xop_alloc(hammer2_inode_t *ip, int flags);
1811 void hammer2_xop_setname(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop,
1812                                 const char *name, size_t name_len);
1813 void hammer2_xop_setname2(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop,
1814                                 const char *name, size_t name_len);
1815 size_t hammer2_xop_setname_inum(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, hammer2_key_t inum);
1816 void hammer2_xop_setip2(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, hammer2_inode_t *ip2);
1817 void hammer2_xop_setip3(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, hammer2_inode_t *ip3);
1818 void hammer2_xop_reinit(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop);
1819 void hammer2_xop_helper_create(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1820 void hammer2_xop_helper_cleanup(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1821 void hammer2_xop_start(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, hammer2_xop_desc_t *desc);
1822 void hammer2_xop_start_except(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, hammer2_xop_desc_t *desc,
1823                                 int notidx);
1824 int hammer2_xop_collect(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, int flags);
1825 void hammer2_xop_retire(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, uint64_t mask);
1826 int hammer2_xop_active(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop);
1827 int hammer2_xop_feed(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1828                                 int clindex, int error);
1829
1830 /*
1831  * hammer2_synchro.c
1832  */
1833 void hammer2_primary_sync_thread(void *arg);
1834
1835 /*
1836  * XOP backends in hammer2_xops.c, primarily for VNOPS.  Other XOP backends
1837  * may be integrated into other source files.
1838  */
1839 void hammer2_xop_ipcluster(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1840 void hammer2_xop_readdir(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1841 void hammer2_xop_nresolve(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1842 void hammer2_xop_unlink(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1843 void hammer2_xop_nrename(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1844 void hammer2_xop_scanlhc(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1845 void hammer2_xop_scanall(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1846 void hammer2_xop_lookup(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1847 void hammer2_xop_delete(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1848 void hammer2_xop_inode_mkdirent(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1849 void hammer2_xop_inode_create(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1850 void hammer2_xop_inode_create_det(hammer2_xop_t *xop,
1851                                 void *scratch, int clindex);
1852 void hammer2_xop_inode_create_ins(hammer2_xop_t *xop,
1853                                 void *scratch, int clindex);
1854 void hammer2_xop_inode_destroy(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1855 void hammer2_xop_inode_chain_sync(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1856                                 int clindex);
1857 void hammer2_xop_inode_unlinkall(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1858                                 int clindex);
1859 void hammer2_xop_inode_connect(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1860 void hammer2_xop_inode_flush(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1861 void hammer2_xop_strategy_read(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1862 void hammer2_xop_strategy_write(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1863
1864 void hammer2_dmsg_ipcluster(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1865 void hammer2_dmsg_readdir(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1866 void hammer2_dmsg_nresolve(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1867 void hammer2_dmsg_unlink(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1868 void hammer2_dmsg_nrename(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1869 void hammer2_dmsg_scanlhc(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1870 void hammer2_dmsg_scanall(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1871 void hammer2_dmsg_lookup(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1872 void hammer2_dmsg_inode_mkdirent(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1873                                 int clindex);
1874 void hammer2_dmsg_inode_create(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1875 void hammer2_dmsg_inode_destroy(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1876 void hammer2_dmsg_inode_chain_sync(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1877                                 int clindex);
1878 void hammer2_dmsg_inode_unlinkall(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1879                                 int clindex);
1880 void hammer2_dmsg_inode_connect(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1881 void hammer2_dmsg_inode_flush(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1882 void hammer2_dmsg_strategy_read(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1883 void hammer2_dmsg_strategy_write(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1884                                 int clindex);
1885
1886 void hammer2_rmsg_ipcluster(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1887 void hammer2_rmsg_readdir(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1888 void hammer2_rmsg_nresolve(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1889 void hammer2_rmsg_unlink(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1890 void hammer2_rmsg_nrename(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1891 void hammer2_rmsg_scanlhc(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1892 void hammer2_rmsg_scanall(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1893 void hammer2_rmsg_lookup(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1894 void hammer2_rmsg_inode_mkdirent(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1895                                 int clindex);
1896 void hammer2_rmsg_inode_create(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1897 void hammer2_rmsg_inode_destroy(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1898 void hammer2_rmsg_inode_chain_sync(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1899                                 int clindex);
1900 void hammer2_rmsg_inode_unlinkall(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1901                                 int clindex);
1902 void hammer2_rmsg_inode_connect(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1903 void hammer2_rmsg_inode_flush(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1904 void hammer2_rmsg_strategy_read(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch, int clindex);
1905 void hammer2_rmsg_strategy_write(hammer2_xop_t *xop, void *scratch,
1906                                 int clindex);
1907
1908 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_ipcluster_desc;
1909 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_readdir_desc;
1910 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_nresolve_desc;
1911 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_unlink_desc;
1912 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_nrename_desc;
1913 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_scanlhc_desc;
1914 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_scanall_desc;
1915 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_lookup_desc;
1916 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_delete_desc;
1917 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_inode_mkdirent_desc;
1918 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_inode_create_desc;
1919 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_inode_create_det_desc;
1920 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_inode_create_ins_desc;
1921 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_inode_destroy_desc;
1922 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_inode_chain_sync_desc;
1923 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_inode_unlinkall_desc;
1924 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_inode_connect_desc;
1925 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_inode_flush_desc;
1926 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_strategy_read_desc;
1927 extern hammer2_xop_desc_t hammer2_strategy_write_desc;
1928
1929 /*
1930  * hammer2_msgops.c
1931  */
1932 int hammer2_msg_dbg_rcvmsg(kdmsg_msg_t *msg);
1933 int hammer2_msg_adhoc_input(kdmsg_msg_t *msg);
1934
1935 /*
1936  * hammer2_vfsops.c
1937  */
1938 void hammer2_volconf_update(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, int index);
1939 void hammer2_dump_chain(hammer2_chain_t *chain, int tab, int *countp, char pfx,
1940                                 u_int flags);
1941 int hammer2_vfs_sync(struct mount *mp, int waitflags);
1942 int hammer2_vfs_sync_pmp(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, int waitfor);
1943 int hammer2_vfs_enospace(hammer2_inode_t *ip, off_t bytes, struct ucred *cred);
1944
1945 hammer2_pfs_t *hammer2_pfsalloc(hammer2_chain_t *chain,
1946                                 const hammer2_inode_data_t *ripdata,
1947                                 hammer2_tid_t modify_tid,
1948                                 hammer2_dev_t *force_local);
1949 void hammer2_pfsdealloc(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, int clindex, int destroying);
1950 int hammer2_vfs_vget(struct mount *mp, struct vnode *dvp,
1951                                 ino_t ino, struct vnode **vpp);
1952
1953 void hammer2_lwinprog_ref(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1954 void hammer2_lwinprog_drop(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
1955 void hammer2_lwinprog_wait(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp, int pipe);
1956
1957 /*
1958  * hammer2_freemap.c
1959  */
1960 int hammer2_freemap_alloc(hammer2_chain_t *chain, size_t bytes);
1961 void hammer2_freemap_adjust(hammer2_dev_t *hmp,
1962                                 hammer2_blockref_t *bref, int how);
1963
1964 /*
1965  * hammer2_cluster.c
1966  */
1967 uint8_t hammer2_cluster_type(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster);
1968 void hammer2_cluster_bref(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster, hammer2_blockref_t *bref);
1969 hammer2_cluster_t *hammer2_cluster_alloc(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp,
1970                                 hammer2_blockref_t *bref);
1971 void hammer2_cluster_ref(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster);
1972 void hammer2_cluster_drop(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster);
1973 void hammer2_cluster_unhold(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster);
1974 void hammer2_cluster_rehold(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster);
1975 void hammer2_cluster_lock(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster, int how);
1976 int hammer2_cluster_check(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster, hammer2_key_t lokey,
1977                         int flags);
1978 void hammer2_cluster_resolve(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster);
1979 void hammer2_cluster_forcegood(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster);
1980 void hammer2_cluster_unlock(hammer2_cluster_t *cluster);
1981
1982 void hammer2_bulkfree_init(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1983 void hammer2_bulkfree_uninit(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1984 int hammer2_bulkfree_pass(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, hammer2_chain_t *vchain,
1985                         struct hammer2_ioc_bulkfree *bfi);
1986 void hammer2_dummy_xop_from_chain(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop,
1987                         hammer2_chain_t *chain);
1988
1989 /*
1990  * hammer2_iocom.c
1991  */
1992 void hammer2_iocom_init(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1993 void hammer2_iocom_uninit(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
1994 void hammer2_cluster_reconnect(hammer2_dev_t *hmp, struct file *fp);
1995
1996 /*
1997  * hammer2_strategy.c
1998  */
1999 int hammer2_vop_strategy(struct vop_strategy_args *ap);
2000 int hammer2_vop_bmap(struct vop_bmap_args *ap);
2001 void hammer2_write_thread(void *arg);
2002 void hammer2_bioq_sync(hammer2_pfs_t *pmp);
2003 void hammer2_dedup_clear(hammer2_dev_t *hmp);
2004
2005 /*
2006  * More complex inlines
2007  */
2008
2009 #define hammer2_xop_gdata(xop)  _hammer2_xop_gdata((xop), __FILE__, __LINE__)
2010
2011 static __inline
2012 const hammer2_media_data_t *
2013 _hammer2_xop_gdata(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, const char *file, int line)
2014 {
2015         hammer2_chain_t *focus;
2016         const void *data;
2017
2018         focus = xop->cluster.focus;
2019         if (focus->dio) {
2020                 lockmgr(&focus->diolk, LK_SHARED);
2021                 if ((xop->focus_dio = focus->dio) != NULL) {
2022                         _hammer2_io_ref(xop->focus_dio HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_CALL);
2023                         hammer2_io_bkvasync(xop->focus_dio);
2024                 }
2025                 data = focus->data;
2026                 lockmgr(&focus->diolk, LK_RELEASE);
2027         } else {
2028                 data = focus->data;
2029         }
2030
2031         return data;
2032 }
2033
2034 #define hammer2_xop_pdata(xop)  _hammer2_xop_pdata((xop), __FILE__, __LINE__)
2035
2036 static __inline
2037 void
2038 _hammer2_xop_pdata(hammer2_xop_head_t *xop, const char *file, int line)
2039 {
2040         if (xop->focus_dio)
2041                 _hammer2_io_putblk(&xop->focus_dio HAMMER2_IO_DEBUG_CALL);
2042 }
2043
2044 #endif /* !_KERNEL */
2045 #endif /* !_VFS_HAMMER2_HAMMER2_H_ */