kern_types.h   [plain text]

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#include <stdint.h>
#include <mach/mach_types.h>
#include <mach/machine/vm_types.h>



struct zone ;

#ifndef __LP64__
struct wait_queue { unsigned int opaque[2]; uintptr_t opaquep[2]; } ;
struct wait_queue { unsigned char opaque[32]; };


typedef struct zone			*zone_t;
#define		ZONE_NULL			((zone_t) 0)

typedef struct wait_queue		*wait_queue_t;
#define		WAIT_QUEUE_NULL 	((wait_queue_t) 0)
#define 		SIZEOF_WAITQUEUE	sizeof(struct wait_queue)

typedef vm_offset_t			ipc_kobject_t;
#define		IKO_NULL			((ipc_kobject_t) 0)

#endif	/* KERNEL_PRIVATE */

typedef	void *event_t;		/* wait event */
#define		NO_EVENT			((event_t) 0)

typedef uint64_t event64_t;		/* 64 bit wait event */
#define		NO_EVENT64		((event64_t) 0)
#define		CAST_EVENT64_T(a_ptr)	((event64_t)((uintptr_t)(a_ptr)))

 *	Possible wait_result_t values.
typedef int wait_result_t;
#define THREAD_WAITING		-1		/* thread is waiting */
#define THREAD_AWAKENED		0		/* normal wakeup */
#define THREAD_TIMED_OUT	1		/* timeout expired */
#define THREAD_INTERRUPTED	2		/* aborted/interrupted */
#define THREAD_RESTART		3		/* restart operation entirely */
#define THREAD_NOT_WAITING      10              /* thread didn't need to wait */

typedef	void (*thread_continue_t)(void *, wait_result_t);
#define	THREAD_CONTINUE_NULL	((thread_continue_t) 0)

 * Interruptible flag for waits.
 * THREAD_UNINT: Uninterruptible wait
 *   Wait will only end when someone explicitly wakes up the thread, or if the
 *   wait timeout expires.
 *   Use this state if the system as a whole cannot recover from a thread being
 *   interrupted out of the wait.
 *    Wait will end if someone explicitly wakes up the thread, the wait timeout
 *    expires,  or the current thread is being terminated.
 *    This value can be used when your operation may not be cleanly restartable
 *    for the current process or thread (i.e. the loss of state would be only visible
 *    to the current client).  Since the thread is exiting anyways, you're willing
 *    to cut the operation short.  The system as a whole must be able to cleanly
 *    deal with the interruption (i.e. remain in a consistent and recoverable state).
 *    Wait will end if someone explicitly wakes up the thread, the wait timeout
 *    expires, the current thread is being terminated, if any signal arrives for
 *    the task, or thread_abort_safely() is called on the thread.
 *    Using this value means that you are willing to be interrupted in the face
 *    of any user signal, and safely rewind the thread back to the user/kernel
 *    boundary.  Many syscalls will try to restart the operation they were performing
 *    after the signal has been handled.
 *    You must provide this value for any unbounded wait - otherwise you will
 *    pend user signals forever.
 * Thread interrupt mask:
 *   The current maximum interruptible state for the thread, as set by
 *   thread_interrupt_level(), will limit the conditions that will cause a wake.
 *   This is useful for code that can't be interrupted to set before calling code
 *   that doesn't know that.
 * Thread termination vs safe abort:
 *    Termination abort: thread_abort(), thread_terminate()
 *    A termination abort is sticky.  Once a thread is marked for termination, every
 *    THREAD_INTERRUPTIBLE wait will return immediately with THREAD_INTERRUPTED
 *    until the thread successfully exits.
 *    Safe abort: thread_abort_safely()
 *    A safe abort is not sticky.  The current wait, (or the next wait if the thread
 *    is not currently waiting) will be interrupted, but then the abort condition is cleared.
 *    The next wait will sleep as normal. Safe aborts only have a single effect.
 *    The path back to the user/kernel boundary must not make any further unbounded
 *    wait calls. The waiter should detect the THREAD_INTERRUPTED return code
 *    from an ABORTSAFE wait and return an error code that causes its caller
 *    to understand that the current operation has been interrupted, and its
 *    caller should return a similar error code, and so on until the
 *    user/kernel boundary is reached.  For Mach, the error code is usually KERN_ABORTED,
 *    for BSD it is EINTR.
 *    Debuggers rely on the safe abort mechanism - a signaled thread must return to
 *    the AST at the user/kernel boundary for the debugger to finish attaching.
 *    No wait/block will ever disappear a thread out from under the waiter. The block
 *    call will always either return or call the passed in continuation.
typedef int wait_interrupt_t;
#define THREAD_UNINT			0		/* not interruptible      */
#define THREAD_INTERRUPTIBLE	1		/* may not be restartable */
#define THREAD_ABORTSAFE		2		/* abortable safely       */

typedef int wait_timeout_urgency_t;
#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_SYS_NORMAL	0x00		/* use default leeway thresholds for system */
#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_SYS_CRITICAL	0x01		/* use critical leeway thresholds for system */
#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_SYS_BACKGROUND	0x02		/* use background leeway thresholds for system */

#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_USER_MASK	0x10		/* mask to identify user timeout urgency classes */
#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_USER_NORMAL	0x10		/* use default leeway thresholds for user */
#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_USER_CRITICAL	0x11		/* use critical leeway thresholds for user */
#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_USER_BACKGROUND	0x12		/* use background leeway thresholds for user */

#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_MASK		0x13		/* mask to identify timeout urgency */

#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_LEEWAY		0x20		/* don't ignore provided leeway value */

#define TIMEOUT_URGENCY_FIRST_AVAIL	0x40		/* first available bit outside of urgency mask/leeway */



#include <kern/misc_protos.h>
typedef  struct clock			*clock_t;

typedef struct mig_object		*mig_object_t;
#define MIG_OBJECT_NULL			((mig_object_t) 0)

typedef struct mig_notify		*mig_notify_t;
#define MIG_NOTIFY_NULL 		((mig_notify_t) 0)

typedef struct pset_node		*pset_node_t;
#define PSET_NODE_NULL			((pset_node_t) 0)

typedef struct affinity_set		*affinity_set_t;
#define AFFINITY_SET_NULL		((affinity_set_t) 0)

typedef struct run_queue               *run_queue_t;
#define RUN_QUEUE_NULL                 ((run_queue_t) 0)

typedef struct grrr_run_queue               *grrr_run_queue_t;
#define GRRR_RUN_QUEUE_NULL                 ((grrr_run_queue_t) 0)

typedef struct grrr_group					*grrr_group_t;
#define GRRR_GROUP_NULL						((grrr_group_t) 0)


struct wait_queue_set ;
struct _wait_queue_link ;


typedef struct wait_queue_set	*wait_queue_set_t;
#define WAIT_QUEUE_SET_NULL 	((wait_queue_set_t)0)
#define SIZEOF_WAITQUEUE_SET	wait_queue_set_size()

typedef struct _wait_queue_link	*wait_queue_link_t;
#define WAIT_QUEUE_LINK_NULL	((wait_queue_link_t)0)
#define SIZEOF_WAITQUEUE_LINK	wait_queue_link_size()

/* legacy definitions - going away */
struct wait_queue_sub ;
typedef struct wait_queue_sub	*wait_queue_sub_t;
#define WAIT_QUEUE_SUB_NULL 	((wait_queue_sub_t)0)
#define SIZEOF_WAITQUEUE_SUB	wait_queue_set_size()

#endif	/* KERNEL_PRIVATE */

#endif	/* _KERN_KERN_TYPES_H_ */