source: rtems-libbsd/freebsd-userspace/sys/sys/syslog.h @ 1b13f69

4.1155-freebsd-126-freebsd-12freebsd-9.3
Last change on this file since 1b13f69 was 1b13f69, checked in by Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@…>, on Jul 11, 2012 at 6:23:45 PM

FreeBSD user space support - First additions

This requires a full checkout of the FreeBSD 8.2 source code.
The checkout we have been using is missing at least the libc,
include, and sys directories. The script to copy files in is
crude.

This eventually needs to separate the manually written .h files
out and add the RTEMS specific network initialization support
with functionality to program the IP addresses and gateways as
the old stack did.

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1/*-
2 * Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1988, 1993
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25 * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
26 * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
27 * SUCH DAMAGE.
28 *
29 *      @(#)syslog.h    8.1 (Berkeley) 6/2/93
30 * $FreeBSD$
31 */
32
33#ifndef _SYS_SYSLOG_H_
34#define _SYS_SYSLOG_H_
35
36#define _PATH_LOG       "/var/run/log"
37#define _PATH_LOG_PRIV  "/var/run/logpriv"
38#define _PATH_OLDLOG    "/dev/log"      /* backward compatibility */
39
40/*
41 * priorities/facilities are encoded into a single 32-bit quantity, where the
42 * bottom 3 bits are the priority (0-7) and the top 28 bits are the facility
43 * (0-big number).  Both the priorities and the facilities map roughly
44 * one-to-one to strings in the syslogd(8) source code.  This mapping is
45 * included in this file.
46 *
47 * priorities (these are ordered)
48 */
49#define LOG_EMERG       0       /* system is unusable */
50#define LOG_ALERT       1       /* action must be taken immediately */
51#define LOG_CRIT        2       /* critical conditions */
52#define LOG_ERR         3       /* error conditions */
53#define LOG_WARNING     4       /* warning conditions */
54#define LOG_NOTICE      5       /* normal but significant condition */
55#define LOG_INFO        6       /* informational */
56#define LOG_DEBUG       7       /* debug-level messages */
57
58#define LOG_PRIMASK     0x07    /* mask to extract priority part (internal) */
59                                /* extract priority */
60#define LOG_PRI(p)      ((p) & LOG_PRIMASK)
61#define LOG_MAKEPRI(fac, pri)   ((fac) | (pri))
62
63#ifdef SYSLOG_NAMES
64#define INTERNAL_NOPRI  0x10    /* the "no priority" priority */
65                                /* mark "facility" */
66#define INTERNAL_MARK   LOG_MAKEPRI((LOG_NFACILITIES<<3), 0)
67typedef struct _code {
68        const char      *c_name;
69        int             c_val;
70} CODE;
71
72CODE prioritynames[] = {
73        { "alert",      LOG_ALERT,      },
74        { "crit",       LOG_CRIT,       },
75        { "debug",      LOG_DEBUG,      },
76        { "emerg",      LOG_EMERG,      },
77        { "err",        LOG_ERR,        },
78        { "error",      LOG_ERR,        },      /* DEPRECATED */
79        { "info",       LOG_INFO,       },
80        { "none",       INTERNAL_NOPRI, },      /* INTERNAL */
81        { "notice",     LOG_NOTICE,     },
82        { "panic",      LOG_EMERG,      },      /* DEPRECATED */
83        { "warn",       LOG_WARNING,    },      /* DEPRECATED */
84        { "warning",    LOG_WARNING,    },
85        { NULL,         -1,             }
86};
87#endif
88
89/* facility codes */
90#define LOG_KERN        (0<<3)  /* kernel messages */
91#define LOG_USER        (1<<3)  /* random user-level messages */
92#define LOG_MAIL        (2<<3)  /* mail system */
93#define LOG_DAEMON      (3<<3)  /* system daemons */
94#define LOG_AUTH        (4<<3)  /* authorization messages */
95#define LOG_SYSLOG      (5<<3)  /* messages generated internally by syslogd */
96#define LOG_LPR         (6<<3)  /* line printer subsystem */
97#define LOG_NEWS        (7<<3)  /* network news subsystem */
98#define LOG_UUCP        (8<<3)  /* UUCP subsystem */
99#define LOG_CRON        (9<<3)  /* clock daemon */
100#define LOG_AUTHPRIV    (10<<3) /* authorization messages (private) */
101                                /* Facility #10 clashes in DEC UNIX, where */
102                                /* it's defined as LOG_MEGASAFE for AdvFS  */
103                                /* event logging.                          */
104#define LOG_FTP         (11<<3) /* ftp daemon */
105#define LOG_NTP         (12<<3) /* NTP subsystem */
106#define LOG_SECURITY    (13<<3) /* security subsystems (firewalling, etc.) */
107#define LOG_CONSOLE     (14<<3) /* /dev/console output */
108
109        /* other codes through 15 reserved for system use */
110#define LOG_LOCAL0      (16<<3) /* reserved for local use */
111#define LOG_LOCAL1      (17<<3) /* reserved for local use */
112#define LOG_LOCAL2      (18<<3) /* reserved for local use */
113#define LOG_LOCAL3      (19<<3) /* reserved for local use */
114#define LOG_LOCAL4      (20<<3) /* reserved for local use */
115#define LOG_LOCAL5      (21<<3) /* reserved for local use */
116#define LOG_LOCAL6      (22<<3) /* reserved for local use */
117#define LOG_LOCAL7      (23<<3) /* reserved for local use */
118
119#define LOG_NFACILITIES 24      /* current number of facilities */
120#define LOG_FACMASK     0x03f8  /* mask to extract facility part */
121                                /* facility of pri */
122#define LOG_FAC(p)      (((p) & LOG_FACMASK) >> 3)
123
124#ifdef SYSLOG_NAMES
125CODE facilitynames[] = {
126        { "auth",       LOG_AUTH,       },
127        { "authpriv",   LOG_AUTHPRIV,   },
128        { "console",    LOG_CONSOLE,    },
129        { "cron",       LOG_CRON,       },
130        { "daemon",     LOG_DAEMON,     },
131        { "ftp",        LOG_FTP,        },
132        { "kern",       LOG_KERN,       },
133        { "lpr",        LOG_LPR,        },
134        { "mail",       LOG_MAIL,       },
135        { "mark",       INTERNAL_MARK,  },      /* INTERNAL */
136        { "news",       LOG_NEWS,       },
137        { "ntp",        LOG_NTP,        },
138        { "security",   LOG_SECURITY,   },
139        { "syslog",     LOG_SYSLOG,     },
140        { "user",       LOG_USER,       },
141        { "uucp",       LOG_UUCP,       },
142        { "local0",     LOG_LOCAL0,     },
143        { "local1",     LOG_LOCAL1,     },
144        { "local2",     LOG_LOCAL2,     },
145        { "local3",     LOG_LOCAL3,     },
146        { "local4",     LOG_LOCAL4,     },
147        { "local5",     LOG_LOCAL5,     },
148        { "local6",     LOG_LOCAL6,     },
149        { "local7",     LOG_LOCAL7,     },
150        { NULL,         -1,             }
151};
152#endif
153
154#ifdef _KERNEL
155#define LOG_PRINTF      -1      /* pseudo-priority to indicate use of printf */
156#endif
157
158/*
159 * arguments to setlogmask.
160 */
161#define LOG_MASK(pri)   (1 << (pri))            /* mask for one priority */
162#define LOG_UPTO(pri)   ((1 << ((pri)+1)) - 1)  /* all priorities through pri */
163
164/*
165 * Option flags for openlog.
166 *
167 * LOG_ODELAY no longer does anything.
168 * LOG_NDELAY is the inverse of what it used to be.
169 */
170#define LOG_PID         0x01    /* log the pid with each message */
171#define LOG_CONS        0x02    /* log on the console if errors in sending */
172#define LOG_ODELAY      0x04    /* delay open until first syslog() (default) */
173#define LOG_NDELAY      0x08    /* don't delay open */
174#define LOG_NOWAIT      0x10    /* don't wait for console forks: DEPRECATED */
175#define LOG_PERROR      0x20    /* log to stderr as well */
176
177#ifdef _KERNEL
178
179#else /* not _KERNEL */
180
181/*
182 * Don't use va_list in the vsyslog() prototype.   Va_list is typedef'd in two
183 * places (<machine/varargs.h> and <machine/stdarg.h>), so if we include one
184 * of them here we may collide with the utility's includes.  It's unreasonable
185 * for utilities to have to include one of them to include syslog.h, so we get
186 * __va_list from <sys/_types.h> and use it.
187 */
188#include <sys/cdefs.h>
189#include <sys/_types.h>
190
191__BEGIN_DECLS
192void    closelog(void);
193void    openlog(const char *, int, int);
194int     setlogmask(int);
195void    syslog(int, const char *, ...) __printflike(2, 3);
196#if __BSD_VISIBLE
197void    vsyslog(int, const char *, __va_list) __printflike(2, 0);
198#endif
199__END_DECLS
200
201#endif /* !_KERNEL */
202
203#endif
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