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/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0 */
#ifndef _LINUX_WAIT_BIT_H
#define _LINUX_WAIT_BIT_H
/*
* Linux wait-bit related types and methods:
*/
#include <linux/wait.h>
struct wait_bit_key {
void *flags;
int bit_nr;
#define WAIT_ATOMIC_T_BIT_NR -1
unsigned long timeout;
};
struct wait_bit_queue_entry {
struct wait_bit_key key;
struct wait_queue_entry wq_entry;
};
#define __WAIT_BIT_KEY_INITIALIZER(word, bit) \
{ .flags = word, .bit_nr = bit, }
#define __WAIT_ATOMIC_T_KEY_INITIALIZER(p) \
{ .flags = p, .bit_nr = WAIT_ATOMIC_T_BIT_NR, }
typedef int wait_bit_action_f(struct wait_bit_key *key, int mode);
typedef int wait_atomic_t_action_f(atomic_t *counter, unsigned int mode);
void __wake_up_bit(struct wait_queue_head *wq_head, void *word, int bit);
int __wait_on_bit(struct wait_queue_head *wq_head, struct wait_bit_queue_entry *wbq_entry, wait_bit_action_f *action, unsigned int mode);
int __wait_on_bit_lock(struct wait_queue_head *wq_head, struct wait_bit_queue_entry *wbq_entry, wait_bit_action_f *action, unsigned int mode);
void wake_up_bit(void *word, int bit);
void wake_up_atomic_t(atomic_t *p);
int out_of_line_wait_on_bit(void *word, int, wait_bit_action_f *action, unsigned int mode);
int out_of_line_wait_on_bit_timeout(void *word, int, wait_bit_action_f *action, unsigned int mode, unsigned long timeout);
int out_of_line_wait_on_bit_lock(void *word, int, wait_bit_action_f *action, unsigned int mode);
int out_of_line_wait_on_atomic_t(atomic_t *p, wait_atomic_t_action_f action, unsigned int mode);
struct wait_queue_head *bit_waitqueue(void *word, int bit);
extern void __init wait_bit_init(void);
int wake_bit_function(struct wait_queue_entry *wq_entry, unsigned mode, int sync, void *key);
#define DEFINE_WAIT_BIT(name, word, bit) \
struct wait_bit_queue_entry name = { \
.key = __WAIT_BIT_KEY_INITIALIZER(word, bit), \
.wq_entry = { \
.private = current, \
.func = wake_bit_function, \
.entry = \
LIST_HEAD_INIT((name).wq_entry.entry), \
}, \
}
extern int bit_wait(struct wait_bit_key *key, int mode);
extern int bit_wait_io(struct wait_bit_key *key, int mode);
extern int bit_wait_timeout(struct wait_bit_key *key, int mode);
extern int bit_wait_io_timeout(struct wait_bit_key *key, int mode);
extern int atomic_t_wait(atomic_t *counter, unsigned int mode);
/**
* wait_on_bit - wait for a bit to be cleared
* @word: the word being waited on, a kernel virtual address
* @bit: the bit of the word being waited on
* @mode: the task state to sleep in
*
* There is a standard hashed waitqueue table for generic use. This
* is the part of the hashtable's accessor API that waits on a bit.
* For instance, if one were to have waiters on a bitflag, one would
* call wait_on_bit() in threads waiting for the bit to clear.
* One uses wait_on_bit() where one is waiting for the bit to clear,
* but has no intention of setting it.
* Returned value will be zero if the bit was cleared, or non-zero
* if the process received a signal and the mode permitted wakeup
* on that signal.
*/
static inline int
wait_on_bit(unsigned long *word, int bit, unsigned mode)
{
might_sleep();
if (!test_bit(bit, word))
return 0;
return out_of_line_wait_on_bit(word, bit,
bit_wait,
mode);
}
/**
* wait_on_bit_io - wait for a bit to be cleared
* @word: the word being waited on, a kernel virtual address
* @bit: the bit of the word being waited on
* @mode: the task state to sleep in
*
* Use the standard hashed waitqueue table to wait for a bit
* to be cleared. This is similar to wait_on_bit(), but calls
* io_schedule() instead of schedule() for the actual waiting.
*
* Returned value will be zero if the bit was cleared, or non-zero
* if the process received a signal and the mode permitted wakeup
* on that signal.
*/
static inline int
wait_on_bit_io(unsigned long *word, int bit, unsigned mode)
{
might_sleep();
if (!test_bit(bit, word))
return 0;
return out_of_line_wait_on_bit(word, bit,
bit_wait_io,
mode);
}
/**
* wait_on_bit_timeout - wait for a bit to be cleared or a timeout elapses
* @word: the word being waited on, a kernel virtual address
* @bit: the bit of the word being waited on
* @mode: the task state to sleep in
* @timeout: timeout, in jiffies
*
* Use the standard hashed waitqueue table to wait for a bit
* to be cleared. This is similar to wait_on_bit(), except also takes a
* timeout parameter.
*
* Returned value will be zero if the bit was cleared before the
* @timeout elapsed, or non-zero if the @timeout elapsed or process
* received a signal and the mode permitted wakeup on that signal.
*/
static inline int
wait_on_bit_timeout(unsigned long *word, int bit, unsigned mode,
unsigned long timeout)
{
might_sleep();
if (!test_bit(bit, word))
return 0;
return out_of_line_wait_on_bit_timeout(word, bit,
bit_wait_timeout,
mode, timeout);
}
/**
* wait_on_bit_action - wait for a bit to be cleared
* @word: the word being waited on, a kernel virtual address
* @bit: the bit of the word being waited on
* @action: the function used to sleep, which may take special actions
* @mode: the task state to sleep in
*
* Use the standard hashed waitqueue table to wait for a bit
* to be cleared, and allow the waiting action to be specified.
* This is like wait_on_bit() but allows fine control of how the waiting
* is done.
*
* Returned value will be zero if the bit was cleared, or non-zero
* if the process received a signal and the mode permitted wakeup
* on that signal.
*/
static inline int
wait_on_bit_action(unsigned long *word, int bit, wait_bit_action_f *action,
unsigned mode)
{
might_sleep();
if (!test_bit(bit, word))
return 0;
return out_of_line_wait_on_bit(word, bit, action, mode);
}
/**
* wait_on_bit_lock - wait for a bit to be cleared, when wanting to set it
* @word: the word being waited on, a kernel virtual address
* @bit: the bit of the word being waited on
* @mode: the task state to sleep in
*
* There is a standard hashed waitqueue table for generic use. This
* is the part of the hashtable's accessor API that waits on a bit
* when one intends to set it, for instance, trying to lock bitflags.
* For instance, if one were to have waiters trying to set bitflag
* and waiting for it to clear before setting it, one would call
* wait_on_bit() in threads waiting to be able to set the bit.
* One uses wait_on_bit_lock() where one is waiting for the bit to
* clear with the intention of setting it, and when done, clearing it.
*
* Returns zero if the bit was (eventually) found to be clear and was
* set. Returns non-zero if a signal was delivered to the process and
* the @mode allows that signal to wake the process.
*/
static inline int
wait_on_bit_lock(unsigned long *word, int bit, unsigned mode)
{
might_sleep();
if (!test_and_set_bit(bit, word))
return 0;
return out_of_line_wait_on_bit_lock(word, bit, bit_wait, mode);
}
/**
* wait_on_bit_lock_io - wait for a bit to be cleared, when wanting to set it
* @word: the word being waited on, a kernel virtual address
* @bit: the bit of the word being waited on
* @mode: the task state to sleep in
*
* Use the standard hashed waitqueue table to wait for a bit
* to be cleared and then to atomically set it. This is similar
* to wait_on_bit(), but calls io_schedule() instead of schedule()
* for the actual waiting.
*
* Returns zero if the bit was (eventually) found to be clear and was
* set. Returns non-zero if a signal was delivered to the process and
* the @mode allows that signal to wake the process.
*/
static inline int
wait_on_bit_lock_io(unsigned long *word, int bit, unsigned mode)
{
might_sleep();
if (!test_and_set_bit(bit, word))
return 0;
return out_of_line_wait_on_bit_lock(word, bit, bit_wait_io, mode);
}
/**
* wait_on_bit_lock_action - wait for a bit to be cleared, when wanting to set it
* @word: the word being waited on, a kernel virtual address
* @bit: the bit of the word being waited on
* @action: the function used to sleep, which may take special actions
* @mode: the task state to sleep in
*
* Use the standard hashed waitqueue table to wait for a bit
* to be cleared and then to set it, and allow the waiting action
* to be specified.
* This is like wait_on_bit() but allows fine control of how the waiting
* is done.
*
* Returns zero if the bit was (eventually) found to be clear and was
* set. Returns non-zero if a signal was delivered to the process and
* the @mode allows that signal to wake the process.
*/
static inline int
wait_on_bit_lock_action(unsigned long *word, int bit, wait_bit_action_f *action,
unsigned mode)
{
might_sleep();
if (!test_and_set_bit(bit, word))
return 0;
return out_of_line_wait_on_bit_lock(word, bit, action, mode);
}
/**
* wait_on_atomic_t - Wait for an atomic_t to become 0
* @val: The atomic value being waited on, a kernel virtual address
* @action: the function used to sleep, which may take special actions
* @mode: the task state to sleep in
*
* Wait for an atomic_t to become 0. We abuse the bit-wait waitqueue table for
* the purpose of getting a waitqueue, but we set the key to a bit number
* outside of the target 'word'.
*/
static inline
int wait_on_atomic_t(atomic_t *val, wait_atomic_t_action_f action, unsigned mode)
{
might_sleep();
if (atomic_read(val) == 0)
return 0;
return out_of_line_wait_on_atomic_t(val, action, mode);
}
/**
* clear_and_wake_up_bit - clear a bit and wake up anyone waiting on that bit
*
* @bit: the bit of the word being waited on
* @word: the word being waited on, a kernel virtual address
*
* You can use this helper if bitflags are manipulated atomically rather than
* non-atomically under a lock.
*/
static inline void clear_and_wake_up_bit(int bit, void *word)
{
clear_bit_unlock(bit, word);
/* See wake_up_bit() for which memory barrier you need to use. */
smp_mb__after_atomic();
wake_up_bit(word, bit);
}
#endif /* _LINUX_WAIT_BIT_H */