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* include/net/9p/client.h
* 9P Client Definitions
* Copyright (C) 2008 by Eric Van Hensbergen <>
* Copyright (C) 2007 by Latchesar Ionkov <>
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#ifndef NET_9P_CLIENT_H
#define NET_9P_CLIENT_H
/* Number of requests per row */
#define P9_ROW_MAXTAG 255
/** enum p9_proto_versions - 9P protocol versions
* @p9_proto_legacy: 9P Legacy mode, pre-9P2000.u
* @p9_proto_2000u: 9P2000.u extension
* @p9_proto_2000L: 9P2000.L extension
enum p9_proto_versions{
p9_proto_legacy = 0,
p9_proto_2000u = 1,
p9_proto_2000L = 2,
* enum p9_trans_status - different states of underlying transports
* @Connected: transport is connected and healthy
* @Disconnected: transport has been disconnected
* @Hung: transport is connected by wedged
* This enumeration details the various states a transport
* instatiation can be in.
enum p9_trans_status {
* enum p9_req_status_t - virtio request status
* @REQ_STATUS_IDLE: request slot unused
* @REQ_STATUS_ALLOC: request has been allocated but not sent
* @REQ_STATUS_UNSENT: request waiting to be sent
* @REQ_STATUS_SENT: request sent to server
* @REQ_STATUS_FLSH: a flush has been sent for this request
* @REQ_STATUS_RCVD: response received from server
* @REQ_STATUS_FLSHD: request has been flushed
* @REQ_STATUS_ERROR: request encountered an error on the client side
* The @REQ_STATUS_IDLE state is used to mark a request slot as unused
* but use is actually tracked by the idpool structure which handles tag
* id allocation.
enum p9_req_status_t {
* struct p9_req_t - request slots
* @status: status of this request slot
* @t_err: transport error
* @flush_tag: tag of request being flushed (for flush requests)
* @wq: wait_queue for the client to block on for this request
* @tc: the request fcall structure
* @rc: the response fcall structure
* @aux: transport specific data (provided for trans_fd migration)
* @req_list: link for higher level objects to chain requests
* Transport use an array to track outstanding requests
* instead of a list. While this may incurr overhead during initial
* allocation or expansion, it makes request lookup much easier as the
* tag id is a index into an array. (We use tag+1 so that we can accomodate
* the -1 tag for the T_VERSION request).
* This also has the nice effect of only having to allocate wait_queues
* once, instead of constantly allocating and freeing them. Its possible
* other resources could benefit from this scheme as well.
struct p9_req_t {
int status;
int t_err;
wait_queue_head_t *wq;
struct p9_fcall *tc;
struct p9_fcall *rc;
void *aux;
struct list_head req_list;
* struct p9_client - per client instance state
* @lock: protect @fidlist
* @msize: maximum data size negotiated by protocol
* @dotu: extension flags negotiated by protocol
* @proto_version: 9P protocol version to use
* @trans_mod: module API instantiated with this client
* @trans: tranport instance state and API
* @conn: connection state information used by trans_fd
* @fidpool: fid handle accounting for session
* @fidlist: List of active fid handles
* @tagpool - transaction id accounting for session
* @reqs - 2D array of requests
* @max_tag - current maximum tag id allocated
* The client structure is used to keep track of various per-client
* state that has been instantiated.
* In order to minimize per-transaction overhead we use a
* simple array to lookup requests instead of a hash table
* or linked list. In order to support larger number of
* transactions, we make this a 2D array, allocating new rows
* when we need to grow the total number of the transactions.
* Each row is 256 requests and we'll support up to 256 rows for
* a total of 64k concurrent requests per session.
* Bugs: duplicated data and potentially unnecessary elements.
struct p9_client {
spinlock_t lock; /* protect client structure */
int msize;
unsigned char proto_version;
struct p9_trans_module *trans_mod;
enum p9_trans_status status;
void *trans;
struct p9_conn *conn;
struct p9_idpool *fidpool;
struct list_head fidlist;
struct p9_idpool *tagpool;
struct p9_req_t *reqs[P9_ROW_MAXTAG];
int max_tag;
* struct p9_fid - file system entity handle
* @clnt: back pointer to instantiating &p9_client
* @fid: numeric identifier for this handle
* @mode: current mode of this fid (enum?)
* @qid: the &p9_qid server identifier this handle points to
* @iounit: the server reported maximum transaction size for this file
* @uid: the numeric uid of the local user who owns this handle
* @rdir: readdir accounting structure (allocated on demand)
* @flist: per-client-instance fid tracking
* @dlist: per-dentry fid tracking
* TODO: This needs lots of explanation.
struct p9_fid {
struct p9_client *clnt;
u32 fid;
int mode;
struct p9_qid qid;
u32 iounit;
uid_t uid;
void *rdir;
struct list_head flist;
struct list_head dlist; /* list of all fids attached to a dentry */
int p9_client_statfs(struct p9_fid *fid, struct p9_rstatfs *sb);
int p9_client_rename(struct p9_fid *fid, struct p9_fid *newdirfid, char *name);
int p9_client_version(struct p9_client *);
struct p9_client *p9_client_create(const char *dev_name, char *options);
void p9_client_destroy(struct p9_client *clnt);
void p9_client_disconnect(struct p9_client *clnt);
void p9_client_begin_disconnect(struct p9_client *clnt);
struct p9_fid *p9_client_attach(struct p9_client *clnt, struct p9_fid *afid,
char *uname, u32 n_uname, char *aname);
struct p9_fid *p9_client_auth(struct p9_client *clnt, char *uname,
u32 n_uname, char *aname);
struct p9_fid *p9_client_walk(struct p9_fid *oldfid, int nwname, char **wnames,
int clone);
int p9_client_open(struct p9_fid *fid, int mode);
int p9_client_fcreate(struct p9_fid *fid, char *name, u32 perm, int mode,
char *extension);
int p9_client_clunk(struct p9_fid *fid);
int p9_client_remove(struct p9_fid *fid);
int p9_client_read(struct p9_fid *fid, char *data, char __user *udata,
u64 offset, u32 count);
int p9_client_write(struct p9_fid *fid, char *data, const char __user *udata,
u64 offset, u32 count);
struct p9_wstat *p9_client_stat(struct p9_fid *fid);
int p9_client_wstat(struct p9_fid *fid, struct p9_wstat *wst);
struct p9_req_t *p9_tag_lookup(struct p9_client *, u16);
void p9_client_cb(struct p9_client *c, struct p9_req_t *req);
int p9_parse_header(struct p9_fcall *, int32_t *, int8_t *, int16_t *, int);
int p9stat_read(char *, int, struct p9_wstat *, int);
void p9stat_free(struct p9_wstat *);
int p9_is_proto_dotu(struct p9_client *clnt);
int p9_is_proto_dotl(struct p9_client *clnt);
#endif /* NET_9P_CLIENT_H */