recvbuff.h   [plain text]

#ifndef RECVBUFF_H
#define RECVBUFF_H

# include <config.h>

#include "ntp.h"
#include "ntp_fp.h"
#include "ntp_lists.h"

#include <isc/result.h>

 * recvbuf memory management
#define RECV_INIT	10	/* 10 buffers initially */
#define RECV_LOWAT	3	/* when we're down to three buffers get more */
#define RECV_INC	5	/* get 5 more at a time */
#define RECV_TOOMANY	40	/* this is way too many buffers */

# include "ntp_iocompletionport.h"
#include "ntp_timer.h"

# define RECV_BLOCK_IO()	EnterCriticalSection(&RecvCritSection)
# define RECV_UNBLOCK_IO()	LeaveCriticalSection(&RecvCritSection)

/*  Return the event which is set when items are added to the full list
extern HANDLE	get_recv_buff_event (void);
# define RECV_BLOCK_IO()	
# define RECV_UNBLOCK_IO()	

 * Format of a recvbuf.  These are used by the asynchronous receive
 * routine to store incoming packets and related information.

 *  the maximum length NTP packet contains the NTP header, one Autokey
 *  request, one Autokey response and the MAC. Assuming certificates don't
 *  get too big, the maximum packet length is set arbitrarily at 1000.
#define	RX_BUFF_SIZE	1000		/* hail Mary */

typedef struct recvbuf recvbuf_t;

struct recvbuf {
	ISC_LINK(recvbuf_t)	link;	/* next in list */
	union {
		sockaddr_u X_recv_srcadr;
		caddr_t X_recv_srcclock;
		struct peer *X_recv_peer;
	} X_from_where;
#define recv_srcadr	X_from_where.X_recv_srcadr
#define	recv_srcclock	X_from_where.X_recv_srcclock
#define recv_peer	X_from_where.X_recv_peer
	sockaddr_u srcadr;		/* where packet came from */
	int recv_srcadr_len;		/* filled in on completion */
	struct interface *dstadr;	/* interface datagram arrived thru */
	SOCKET	fd;			/* fd on which it was received */
	int msg_flags;			/* Flags received about the packet */
	l_fp recv_time;			/* time of arrival */
	void (*receiver) (struct recvbuf *); /* routine to receive buffer */
	int recv_length;		/* number of octets received */
	union {
		struct pkt X_recv_pkt;
		u_char X_recv_buffer[RX_BUFF_SIZE];
	} recv_space;
#define	recv_pkt	recv_space.X_recv_pkt
#define	recv_buffer	recv_space.X_recv_buffer
	int used;			/* reference count */

extern	void	init_recvbuff	(int);

/* freerecvbuf - make a single recvbuf available for reuse
extern	void	freerecvbuf (struct recvbuf *);

/*  Get a free buffer (typically used so an async
 *  read can directly place data into the buffer
 *  The buffer is removed from the free list. Make sure
 *  you put it back with freerecvbuf() or 
extern	struct recvbuf *get_free_recv_buffer (void); /* signal safe - no malloc */
extern	struct recvbuf *get_free_recv_buffer_alloc (void); /* signal unsafe - may malloc */

/*   Add a buffer to the full list
extern	void	add_full_recv_buffer	 (struct recvbuf *);

/*extern	void	process_recv_buffers	 (void); */

/* number of recvbufs on freelist */
extern u_long free_recvbuffs (void);		
extern u_long full_recvbuffs (void);		
extern u_long total_recvbuffs (void);
extern u_long lowater_additions (void);
/*  Returns the next buffer in the full list.
extern	struct recvbuf *get_full_recv_buffer (void);

 * Checks to see if there are buffers to process
extern isc_boolean_t has_full_recv_buffer (void);

#endif	/* RECVBUFF_H */