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Release 4.10 fs/ocfs2/reservations.h

Directory: fs/ocfs2
/* -*- mode: c; c-basic-offset: 8; -*-
 * vim: noexpandtab sw=8 ts=8 sts=0:
 * reservations.h
 * Allocation reservations function prototypes and structures.
 * Copyright (C) 2010 Novell.  All rights reserved.
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public
 * License version 2 as published by the Free Software Foundation.
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * General Public License for more details.



#include <linux/rbtree.h>




struct ocfs2_alloc_reservation {
struct rb_node	r_node;

unsigned int	r_start;	/* Beginning of current window */
unsigned int	r_len;		/* Length of the window */

unsigned int	r_last_len;	/* Length of most recent alloc */
unsigned int	r_last_start;	/* Start of most recent alloc */
struct list_head	r_lru;	/* LRU list head */

unsigned int	r_flags;

#define	OCFS2_RESV_FLAG_INUSE	0x01	
/* Set when r_node is part of a btree */

#define	OCFS2_RESV_FLAG_TMP	0x02	
/* Temporary reservation, will be
                                         * destroyed immedately after use */

#define	OCFS2_RESV_FLAG_DIR	0x04	
/* Reservation is for an unindexed
                                         * directory btree */

struct ocfs2_reservation_map {
struct rb_root		m_reservations;
char			*m_disk_bitmap;

struct ocfs2_super	*m_osb;

	/* The following are not initialized to meaningful values until a disk
         * bitmap is provided. */
u32			m_bitmap_len;	/* Number of valid
                                                 * bits available */

struct list_head	m_lru;		/* LRU of reservations
                                                 * structures. */


void ocfs2_resv_init_once(struct ocfs2_alloc_reservation *resv);

void ocfs2_resv_set_type(struct ocfs2_alloc_reservation *resv,
			 unsigned int flags);

int ocfs2_dir_resv_allowed(struct ocfs2_super *osb);

 * ocfs2_resv_discard() - truncate a reservation
 * @resmap:
 * @resv: the reservation to truncate.
 * After this function is called, the reservation will be empty, and
 * unlinked from the rbtree.
void ocfs2_resv_discard(struct ocfs2_reservation_map *resmap,
			struct ocfs2_alloc_reservation *resv);

 * ocfs2_resmap_init() - Initialize fields of a reservations bitmap
 * @resmap: struct ocfs2_reservation_map to initialize
 * @obj: unused for now
 * @ops: unused for now
 * @max_bitmap_bytes: Maximum size of the bitmap (typically blocksize)
 * Only possible return value other than '0' is -ENOMEM for failure to
 * allocation mirror bitmap.
int ocfs2_resmap_init(struct ocfs2_super *osb,
		      struct ocfs2_reservation_map *resmap);

 * ocfs2_resmap_restart() - "restart" a reservation bitmap
 * @resmap: reservations bitmap
 * @clen: Number of valid bits in the bitmap
 * @disk_bitmap: the disk bitmap this resmap should refer to.
 * Re-initialize the parameters of a reservation bitmap. This is
 * useful for local alloc window slides.
 * This function will call ocfs2_trunc_resv against all existing
 * reservations. A future version will recalculate existing
 * reservations based on the new bitmap.
void ocfs2_resmap_restart(struct ocfs2_reservation_map *resmap,
			  unsigned int clen, char *disk_bitmap);

 * ocfs2_resmap_uninit() - uninitialize a reservation bitmap structure
 * @resmap: the struct ocfs2_reservation_map to uninitialize
void ocfs2_resmap_uninit(struct ocfs2_reservation_map *resmap);

 * ocfs2_resmap_resv_bits() - Return still-valid reservation bits
 * @resmap: reservations bitmap
 * @resv: reservation to base search from
 * @cstart: start of proposed allocation
 * @clen: length (in clusters) of proposed allocation
 * Using the reservation data from resv, this function will compare
 * resmap and resmap->m_disk_bitmap to determine what part (if any) of
 * the reservation window is still clear to use. If resv is empty,
 * this function will try to allocate a window for it.
 * On success, zero is returned and the valid allocation area is set in cstart
 * and clen.
 * Returns -ENOSPC if reservations are disabled.
int ocfs2_resmap_resv_bits(struct ocfs2_reservation_map *resmap,
			   struct ocfs2_alloc_reservation *resv,
			   int *cstart, int *clen);

 * ocfs2_resmap_claimed_bits() - Tell the reservation code that bits were used.
 * @resmap: reservations bitmap
 * @resv: optional reservation to recalulate based on new bitmap
 * @cstart: start of allocation in clusters
 * @clen: end of allocation in clusters.
 * Tell the reservation code that bits were used to fulfill allocation in
 * resmap. The bits don't have to have been part of any existing
 * reservation. But we must always call this function when bits are claimed.
 * Internally, the reservations code will use this information to mark the
 * reservations bitmap. If resv is passed, it's next allocation window will be
 * calculated. It also expects that 'cstart' is the same as we passed back
 * from ocfs2_resmap_resv_bits().
void ocfs2_resmap_claimed_bits(struct ocfs2_reservation_map *resmap,
			       struct ocfs2_alloc_reservation *resv,
			       u32 cstart, u32 clen);


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