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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#ifndef NET_DISK_CACHE_MEMORY_MEM_ENTRY_IMPL_H_
#define NET_DISK_CACHE_MEMORY_MEM_ENTRY_IMPL_H_
#include <stdint.h>
#include "base/containers/hash_tables.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "base/memory/scoped_ptr.h"
#include "net/disk_cache/disk_cache.h"
#include "net/log/net_log.h"
namespace disk_cache {
class MemBackendImpl;
// This class implements the Entry interface for the memory-only cache. An
// object of this class represents a single entry on the cache. We use two
// types of entries, parent and child to support sparse caching.
//
// A parent entry is non-sparse until a sparse method is invoked (i.e.
// ReadSparseData, WriteSparseData, GetAvailableRange) when sparse information
// is initialized. It then manages a list of child entries and delegates the
// sparse API calls to the child entries. It creates and deletes child entries
// and updates the list when needed.
//
// A child entry is used to carry partial cache content, non-sparse methods like
// ReadData and WriteData cannot be applied to them. The lifetime of a child
// entry is managed by the parent entry that created it except that the entry
// can be evicted independently. A child entry does not have a key and it is not
// registered in the backend's entry map. It is registered in the backend's
// ranking list to enable eviction of a partial content.
//
// A sparse entry has a fixed maximum size and can be partially filled. There
// can only be one continous filled region in a sparse entry, as illustrated by
// the following example:
// | xxx ooooo |
// x = unfilled region
// o = filled region
// It is guranteed that there is at most one unfilled region and one filled
// region, and the unfilled region (if there is one) is always before the filled
// region. The book keeping for filled region in a sparse entry is done by using
// the variable |child_first_pos_| (inclusive).
class MemEntryImpl : public Entry {
public:
enum EntryType {
kParentEntry,
kChildEntry,
};
explicit MemEntryImpl(MemBackendImpl* backend);
// Performs the initialization of a EntryImpl that will be added to the
// cache.
bool CreateEntry(const std::string& key, net::NetLog* net_log);
// Permanently destroys this entry.
void InternalDoom();
void Open();
bool InUse();
MemEntryImpl* next() const {
return next_;
}
MemEntryImpl* prev() const {
return prev_;
}
void set_next(MemEntryImpl* next) {
next_ = next;
}
void set_prev(MemEntryImpl* prev) {
prev_ = prev;
}
EntryType type() const {
return parent_ ? kChildEntry : kParentEntry;
}
const net::BoundNetLog& net_log() {
return net_log_;
}
// Entry interface.
void Doom() override;
void Close() override;
std::string GetKey() const override;
base::Time GetLastUsed() const override;
base::Time GetLastModified() const override;
int32_t GetDataSize(int index) const override;
int ReadData(int index,
int offset,
IOBuffer* buf,
int buf_len,
const CompletionCallback& callback) override;
int WriteData(int index,
int offset,
IOBuffer* buf,
int buf_len,
const CompletionCallback& callback,
bool truncate) override;
int ReadSparseData(int64_t offset,
IOBuffer* buf,
int buf_len,
const CompletionCallback& callback) override;
int WriteSparseData(int64_t offset,
IOBuffer* buf,
int buf_len,
const CompletionCallback& callback) override;
int GetAvailableRange(int64_t offset,
int len,
int64_t* start,
const CompletionCallback& callback) override;
bool CouldBeSparse() const override;
void CancelSparseIO() override {}
int ReadyForSparseIO(const CompletionCallback& callback) override;
private:
typedef base::hash_map<int, MemEntryImpl*> EntryMap;
enum {
NUM_STREAMS = 3
};
~MemEntryImpl() override;
// Do all the work for corresponding public functions. Implemented as
// separate functions to make logging of results simpler.
int InternalReadData(int index, int offset, IOBuffer* buf, int buf_len);
int InternalWriteData(int index, int offset, IOBuffer* buf, int buf_len,
bool truncate);
int InternalReadSparseData(int64_t offset, IOBuffer* buf, int buf_len);
int InternalWriteSparseData(int64_t offset, IOBuffer* buf, int buf_len);
// Old Entry interface.
int GetAvailableRange(int64_t offset, int len, int64_t* start);
// Grows and cleans up the data buffer.
void PrepareTarget(int index, int offset, int buf_len);
// Updates ranking information.
void UpdateRank(bool modified);
// Initializes the children map and sparse info. This method is only called
// on a parent entry.
bool InitSparseInfo();
// Performs the initialization of a MemEntryImpl as a child entry.
// |parent| is the pointer to the parent entry. |child_id| is the ID of
// the new child.
bool InitChildEntry(MemEntryImpl* parent, int child_id, net::NetLog* net_log);
// Returns an entry responsible for |offset|. The returned entry can be a
// child entry or this entry itself if |offset| points to the first range.
// If such entry does not exist and |create| is true, a new child entry is
// created.
MemEntryImpl* OpenChild(int64_t offset, bool create);
// Finds the first child located within the range [|offset|, |offset + len|).
// Returns the number of bytes ahead of |offset| to reach the first available
// bytes in the entry. The first child found is output to |child|.
int FindNextChild(int64_t offset, int len, MemEntryImpl** child);
// Removes child indexed by |child_id| from the children map.
void DetachChild(int child_id);
std::string key_;
std::vector<char> data_[NUM_STREAMS]; // User data.
int32_t data_size_[NUM_STREAMS];
int ref_count_;
int child_id_; // The ID of a child entry.
int child_first_pos_; // The position of the first byte in a child
// entry.
MemEntryImpl* next_; // Pointers for the LRU list.
MemEntryImpl* prev_;
MemEntryImpl* parent_; // Pointer to the parent entry.
scoped_ptr<EntryMap> children_;
base::Time last_modified_; // LRU information.
base::Time last_used_;
MemBackendImpl* backend_; // Back pointer to the cache.
bool doomed_; // True if this entry was removed from the cache.
net::BoundNetLog net_log_;
DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN(MemEntryImpl);
};
} // namespace disk_cache
#endif // NET_DISK_CACHE_MEMORY_MEM_ENTRY_IMPL_H_