source: rtems-libbsd/freebsd/sys/sys/callout.h @ e37f03e

5-freebsd-12
Last change on this file since e37f03e was e37f03e, checked in by Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber@…>, on Jul 26, 2018 at 12:35:56 PM

Make sure CALLOUT_PROCESSED is not used

This flag is only used in combination with the callout expire list,
which we do not use in libbsd.

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1/*-
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34 *      @(#)callout.h   8.2 (Berkeley) 1/21/94
35 * $FreeBSD$
36 */
37
38#ifndef _SYS_CALLOUT_H_
39#define _SYS_CALLOUT_H_
40
41#include <sys/_callout.h>
42
43#define CALLOUT_LOCAL_ALLOC     0x0001 /* was allocated from callfree */
44#define CALLOUT_ACTIVE          0x0002 /* callout is currently active */
45#define CALLOUT_PENDING         0x0004 /* callout is waiting for timeout */
46#define CALLOUT_MPSAFE          0x0008 /* deprecated */
47#define CALLOUT_RETURNUNLOCKED  0x0010 /* handler returns with mtx unlocked */
48#define CALLOUT_SHAREDLOCK      0x0020 /* callout lock held in shared mode */
49#define CALLOUT_DFRMIGRATION    0x0040 /* callout in deferred migration mode */
50#ifndef __rtems__
51#define CALLOUT_PROCESSED       0x0080 /* callout in wheel or processing list? */
52#define CALLOUT_DIRECT          0x0100 /* allow exec from hw int context */
53#endif /* __rtems__ */
54
55#define C_DIRECT_EXEC           0x0001 /* direct execution of callout */
56#define C_PRELBITS              7
57#define C_PRELRANGE             ((1 << C_PRELBITS) - 1)
58#define C_PREL(x)               (((x) + 1) << 1)
59#define C_PRELGET(x)            (int)((((x) >> 1) & C_PRELRANGE) - 1)
60#define C_HARDCLOCK             0x0100 /* align to hardclock() calls */
61#define C_ABSOLUTE              0x0200 /* event time is absolute. */
62#define C_PRECALC               0x0400 /* event time is pre-calculated. */
63
64struct callout_handle {
65        struct callout *callout;
66};
67
68/* Flags for callout_stop_safe() */
69#define CS_DRAIN                0x0001 /* callout_drain(), wait allowed */
70#define CS_EXECUTING            0x0002 /* Positive return value indicates that
71                                          the callout was executing */
72
73#ifdef _KERNEL
74/*
75 * Note the flags field is actually *two* fields. The c_flags
76 * field is the one that caller operations that may, or may not have
77 * a lock touches i.e. callout_deactivate(). The other, the c_iflags,
78 * is the internal flags that *must* be kept correct on which the
79 * callout system depend on e.g. callout_pending().
80 * The c_iflag is used internally by the callout system to determine which
81 * list the callout is on and track internal state. Callers *should not*
82 * use the c_flags field directly but should use the macros provided.
83 * 
84 * The c_iflags field holds internal flags that are protected by internal
85 * locks of the callout subsystem.  The c_flags field holds external flags.
86 * The caller must hold its own lock while manipulating or reading external
87 * flags via callout_active(), callout_deactivate(), callout_reset*(), or
88 * callout_stop() to avoid races.
89 */
90#define callout_active(c)       ((c)->c_flags & CALLOUT_ACTIVE)
91#define callout_deactivate(c)   ((c)->c_flags &= ~CALLOUT_ACTIVE)
92#define callout_drain(c)        _callout_stop_safe(c, CS_DRAIN, NULL)
93void    callout_init(struct callout *, int);
94void    _callout_init_lock(struct callout *, struct lock_object *, int);
95#define callout_init_mtx(c, mtx, flags)                                 \
96        _callout_init_lock((c), ((mtx) != NULL) ? &(mtx)->lock_object : \
97            NULL, (flags))
98#define callout_init_rm(c, rm, flags)                                   \
99        _callout_init_lock((c), ((rm) != NULL) ? &(rm)->lock_object :   \
100            NULL, (flags))
101#define callout_init_rw(c, rw, flags)                                   \
102        _callout_init_lock((c), ((rw) != NULL) ? &(rw)->lock_object :   \
103           NULL, (flags))
104#define callout_pending(c)      ((c)->c_iflags & CALLOUT_PENDING)
105int     callout_reset_sbt_on(struct callout *, sbintime_t, sbintime_t,
106            void (*)(void *), void *, int, int);
107#define callout_reset_sbt(c, sbt, pr, fn, arg, flags)                   \
108    callout_reset_sbt_on((c), (sbt), (pr), (fn), (arg), -1, (flags))
109#define callout_reset_sbt_curcpu(c, sbt, pr, fn, arg, flags)            \
110    callout_reset_sbt_on((c), (sbt), (pr), (fn), (arg), PCPU_GET(cpuid),\
111        (flags))
112#define callout_reset_on(c, to_ticks, fn, arg, cpu)                     \
113    callout_reset_sbt_on((c), tick_sbt * (to_ticks), 0, (fn), (arg),    \
114        (cpu), C_HARDCLOCK)
115#define callout_reset(c, on_tick, fn, arg)                              \
116    callout_reset_on((c), (on_tick), (fn), (arg), -1)
117#define callout_reset_curcpu(c, on_tick, fn, arg)                       \
118    callout_reset_on((c), (on_tick), (fn), (arg), PCPU_GET(cpuid))
119#define callout_schedule_sbt_on(c, sbt, pr, cpu, flags)                 \
120    callout_reset_sbt_on((c), (sbt), (pr), (c)->c_func, (c)->c_arg,     \
121        (cpu), (flags))
122#define callout_schedule_sbt(c, sbt, pr, flags)                         \
123    callout_schedule_sbt_on((c), (sbt), (pr), -1, (flags))
124#define callout_schedule_sbt_curcpu(c, sbt, pr, flags)                  \
125    callout_schedule_sbt_on((c), (sbt), (pr), PCPU_GET(cpuid), (flags))
126int     callout_schedule(struct callout *, int);
127int     callout_schedule_on(struct callout *, int, int);
128#define callout_schedule_curcpu(c, on_tick)                             \
129    callout_schedule_on((c), (on_tick), PCPU_GET(cpuid))
130#define callout_stop(c)         _callout_stop_safe(c, 0, NULL)
131int     _callout_stop_safe(struct callout *, int, void (*)(void *));
132void    callout_process(sbintime_t now);
133#define callout_async_drain(c, d)                                       \
134    _callout_stop_safe(c, 0, d)
135void callout_when(sbintime_t sbt, sbintime_t precision, int flags,
136    sbintime_t *sbt_res, sbintime_t *prec_res);
137#endif
138
139#endif /* _SYS_CALLOUT_H_ */
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