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[ipxe.git] / src / core / interface.c
1 /*
2 * Copyright (C) 2007 Michael Brown <mbrown@fensystems.co.uk>.
3 *
4 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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22 */
23
24 FILE_LICENCE ( GPL2_OR_LATER_OR_UBDL );
25
26 #include <string.h>
27 #include <ipxe/interface.h>
28
29 /** @file
30 *
31 * Object interfaces
32 *
33 */
34
35 /*****************************************************************************
36 *
37 * The null interface
38 *
39 */
40
41 /**
42 * Close null interface
43 *
44 * @v intf Null interface
45 * @v rc Reason for close
46 */
47 static void null_intf_close ( struct interface *intf __unused,
48 int rc __unused ) {
49
50 /* Do nothing. In particular, do not call intf_restart(),
51 * since that would result in an infinite loop.
52 */
53 }
54
55 /** Null interface operations */
56 static struct interface_operation null_intf_op[] = {
57 INTF_OP ( intf_close, struct interface *, null_intf_close ),
58 };
59
60 /** Null interface descriptor */
61 struct interface_descriptor null_intf_desc =
62 INTF_DESC_PURE ( null_intf_op );
63
64 /** The null interface */
65 struct interface null_intf = INTF_INIT ( null_intf_desc );
66
67 /*****************************************************************************
68 *
69 * Object interface plumbing
70 *
71 */
72
73 /**
74 * Plug an object interface into a new destination object interface
75 *
76 * @v intf Object interface
77 * @v dest New destination object interface
78 *
79 * The reference to the existing destination interface is dropped, a
80 * reference to the new destination interface is obtained, and the
81 * interface is updated to point to the new destination interface.
82 *
83 * Note that there is no "unplug" call; instead you must plug the
84 * interface into a null interface.
85 */
86 void intf_plug ( struct interface *intf, struct interface *dest ) {
87 DBGC ( INTF_COL ( intf ),
88 "INTF " INTF_INTF_FMT " replug to " INTF_FMT "\n",
89 INTF_INTF_DBG ( intf, intf->dest ), INTF_DBG ( dest ) );
90 intf_get ( dest );
91 intf_put ( intf->dest );
92 intf->dest = dest;
93 }
94
95 /**
96 * Plug two object interfaces together
97 *
98 * @v a Object interface A
99 * @v b Object interface B
100 *
101 * Plugs interface A into interface B, and interface B into interface
102 * A. (The basic plug() function is unidirectional; this function is
103 * merely a shorthand for two calls to plug(), hence the name.)
104 */
105 void intf_plug_plug ( struct interface *a, struct interface *b ) {
106 intf_plug ( a, b );
107 intf_plug ( b, a );
108 }
109
110 /**
111 * Unplug an object interface
112 *
113 * @v intf Object interface
114 */
115 void intf_unplug ( struct interface *intf ) {
116 intf_plug ( intf, &null_intf );
117 }
118
119 /**
120 * Ignore all further operations on an object interface
121 *
122 * @v intf Object interface
123 */
124 void intf_nullify ( struct interface *intf ) {
125 intf->desc = &null_intf_desc;
126 }
127
128 /**
129 * Increment reference count on an object interface
130 *
131 * @v intf Object interface
132 * @ret intf Object interface
133 */
134 struct interface * intf_get ( struct interface *intf ) {
135 ref_get ( intf->refcnt );
136 return intf;
137 }
138
139 /**
140 * Decrement reference count on an object interface
141 *
142 * @v intf Object interface
143 */
144 void intf_put ( struct interface *intf ) {
145 ref_put ( intf->refcnt );
146 }
147
148 /**
149 * Get pointer to object containing object interface
150 *
151 * @v intf Object interface
152 * @ret object Containing object
153 */
154 void * intf_object ( struct interface *intf ) {
155 return ( ( ( void * ) intf ) - intf->desc->offset );
156 }
157
158 /**
159 * Get pass-through interface
160 *
161 * @v intf Object interface
162 * @ret passthru Pass-through interface, or NULL
163 */
164 static struct interface * intf_get_passthru ( struct interface *intf ) {
165 struct interface_descriptor *desc = intf->desc;
166
167 if ( desc->passthru_offset ) {
168 return ( ( ( void * ) intf ) + desc->passthru_offset );
169 } else {
170 return NULL;
171 }
172 }
173
174 /**
175 * Get object interface destination and operation method (without pass-through)
176 *
177 * @v intf Object interface
178 * @v type Operation type
179 * @ret dest Destination interface
180 * @ret func Implementing method, or NULL
181 */
182 void * intf_get_dest_op_no_passthru_untyped ( struct interface *intf,
183 void *type,
184 struct interface **dest ) {
185 struct interface_descriptor *desc;
186 struct interface_operation *op;
187 unsigned int i;
188
189 *dest = intf_get ( intf->dest );
190 desc = (*dest)->desc;
191 for ( i = desc->num_op, op = desc->op ; i ; i--, op++ ) {
192 if ( op->type == type )
193 return op->func;
194 }
195
196 return NULL;
197 }
198
199 /**
200 * Get object interface destination and operation method
201 *
202 * @v intf Object interface
203 * @v type Operation type
204 * @ret dest Destination interface
205 * @ret func Implementing method, or NULL
206 */
207 void * intf_get_dest_op_untyped ( struct interface *intf, void *type,
208 struct interface **dest ) {
209 void *func;
210
211 while ( 1 ) {
212
213 /* Search for an implementing method provided by the
214 * current destination interface.
215 */
216 func = intf_get_dest_op_no_passthru_untyped( intf, type, dest );
217 if ( func )
218 return func;
219
220 /* Pass through to the underlying interface, if applicable */
221 if ( ! ( intf = intf_get_passthru ( *dest ) ) )
222 return NULL;
223 intf_put ( *dest );
224 }
225 }
226
227 /*****************************************************************************
228 *
229 * Generic interface operations
230 *
231 */
232
233 /**
234 * Close an object interface
235 *
236 * @v intf Object interface
237 * @v rc Reason for close
238 *
239 * Note that this function merely informs the destination object that
240 * the interface is about to be closed; it doesn't actually disconnect
241 * the interface. In most cases, you probably want to use
242 * intf_shutdown() or intf_restart() instead.
243 */
244 void intf_close ( struct interface *intf, int rc ) {
245 struct interface *dest;
246 intf_close_TYPE ( void * ) *op =
247 intf_get_dest_op ( intf, intf_close, &dest );
248 void *object = intf_object ( dest );
249
250 DBGC ( INTF_COL ( intf ), "INTF " INTF_INTF_FMT " close (%s)\n",
251 INTF_INTF_DBG ( intf, dest ), strerror ( rc ) );
252
253 if ( op ) {
254 op ( object, rc );
255 } else {
256 /* Default is to restart the interface */
257 intf_restart ( dest, rc );
258 }
259
260 intf_put ( dest );
261 }
262
263 /**
264 * Shut down an object interface
265 *
266 * @v intf Object interface
267 * @v rc Reason for close
268 *
269 * Blocks further operations from being received via the interface,
270 * executes a close operation on the destination interface, and
271 * unplugs the interface.
272 */
273 void intf_shutdown ( struct interface *intf, int rc ) {
274
275 DBGC ( INTF_COL ( intf ), "INTF " INTF_FMT " shutting down (%s)\n",
276 INTF_DBG ( intf ), strerror ( rc ) );
277
278 /* Block further operations */
279 intf_nullify ( intf );
280
281 /* Notify destination of close */
282 intf_close ( intf, rc );
283
284 /* Unplug interface */
285 intf_unplug ( intf );
286 }
287
288 /**
289 * Shut down and restart an object interface
290 *
291 * @v intf Object interface
292 * @v rc Reason for close
293 *
294 * Shuts down the interface, then unblocks operations that were
295 * blocked during shutdown.
296 */
297 void intf_restart ( struct interface *intf, int rc ) {
298 struct interface_descriptor *desc = intf->desc;
299
300 /* Shut down the interface */
301 intf_shutdown ( intf, rc );
302
303 DBGC ( INTF_COL ( intf ), "INTF " INTF_FMT " restarting\n",
304 INTF_DBG ( intf ) );
305
306 /* Restore the interface descriptor. Must be done after
307 * shutdown (rather than inhibiting intf_shutdown() from
308 * nullifying the descriptor) in order to avoid a potential
309 * infinite loop as the intf_close() operations on each side
310 * of the link call each other recursively.
311 */
312 intf->desc = desc;
313 }
314
315 /**
316 * Poke an object interface
317 *
318 * @v intf Object interface
319 * @v type Operation type
320 *
321 * This is a helper function to implement methods which take no
322 * parameters and return nothing.
323 */
324 void intf_poke ( struct interface *intf,
325 void ( type ) ( struct interface *intf ) ) {
326 struct interface *dest;
327 intf_poke_TYPE ( void * ) *op =
328 intf_get_dest_op_untyped ( intf, type, &dest );
329 void *object = intf_object ( dest );
330
331 if ( op ) {
332 op ( object );
333 } else {
334 /* Default is to do nothing */
335 }
336
337 intf_put ( dest );
338 }