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/* local, per process timer routines
 * WARNING: this should be used only within the same process, the timers
 *  are not multi-process safe or multi-thread safe
 *  (there are no locks)
 * History:
 * --------
 *  2006-02-03  created by andrei

#include "timer.h"
#include "timer_funcs.h"
#include "dprint.h"
#include "tcp_conn.h"
#include "mem/mem.h"
#include "compiler_opt.h"

#include "local_timer.h"

/* init a local_timer handle
 * returns 0 on success, -1 on error */
int init_local_timer(struct local_timer *t, ticks_t crt_ticks)
	int r;
	/* initial values */
	memset(t, 0, sizeof(*t));
	/* init timer structures */
	for (r=0; r<H0_ENTRIES; r++)
	for (r=0; r<H1_ENTRIES; r++)
	for (r=0; r<H2_ENTRIES; r++)
	DBG("init_local_timer: timer_list between %p and %p\n",
			&t->timer_lst.h0[0], &t->timer_lst.h2[H2_ENTRIES]);
	return 0;

void destroy_local_timer(struct local_timer* lt)

/* generic add timer entry to the timer lists function (see _timer_add)
 * tl->expire must be set previously, delta is the difference in ticks
 * from current time to the timer desired expire (should be tl->expire-*tick)
 * If you don't know delta, you probably want to call _timer_add instead.
static inline int _local_timer_dist_tl(struct local_timer* h, 
										struct timer_ln* tl, ticks_t delta)
	if (likely(delta<H0_ENTRIES)){
		if (unlikely(delta==0)){
			LOG(L_WARN, "WARNING: local_timer: add_timeout: 0 expire timer"
						" added\n");
			_timer_add_list(&h->timer_lst.expired, tl);
			_timer_add_list( &h->timer_lst.h0[tl->expire & H0_MASK], tl);
	}else if (likely(delta<(H0_ENTRIES*H1_ENTRIES))){
		_timer_add_list(&h->timer_lst.h1[(tl->expire & H1_H0_MASK)>>H0_BITS],
		_timer_add_list(&h->timer_lst.h2[tl->expire>>(H1_BITS+H0_BITS)], tl);
	return 0;

static inline void local_timer_redist(struct local_timer* l,
										ticks_t t, struct timer_head *h)
	struct timer_ln* tl;
	struct timer_ln* tmp;
	timer_foreach_safe(tl, tmp, h){
		_local_timer_dist_tl(l, tl, tl->expire-t);
	/* clear the current list */

/* local timer add function (no lock, not multithread or multiprocess safe,
 * designed for local process use only)
 * t = current ticks
 * tl must be filled (the intial_timeout and flags must be set)
 * returns -1 on error, 0 on success */
static inline int _local_timer_add(struct local_timer *h, ticks_t t,
									struct timer_ln* tl)
	ticks_t delta;
	return _local_timer_dist_tl(h, tl, delta);

/* "public", safe timer add functions (local process use only)
 * adds a timer at delta ticks from the current time
 * returns -1 on error, 0 on success
 * WARNING: to re-add a deleted or expired timer you must call
 *          timer_reinit(tl) prior to timer_add
 *          The default behaviour allows timer_add to add a timer only if it
 *          has never been added before.*/
int local_timer_add(struct local_timer* h, struct timer_ln* tl, ticks_t delta,
						ticks_t crt_ticks)
	int ret;
	if (unlikely(tl->flags & F_TIMER_ACTIVE)){
		DBG("timer_add called on an active timer %p (%p, %p),"
					" flags %x\n", tl, tl->next, tl->prev, tl->flags);
		ret=-1; /* refusing to add active or non-reinit. timer */
		goto error;
	if (unlikely((tl->next!=0) || (tl->prev!=0))){
		LOG(L_CRIT, "BUG: tcp_timer_add: called with linked timer:"
				" %p (%p, %p)\n", tl, tl->next, tl->prev);
		goto error;
	ret=_local_timer_add(h, crt_ticks, tl);
	return ret;

/* safe timer delete
 * deletes tl and inits the list pointer to 0
 * WARNING: to be able to reuse a deleted timer you must call
 *          timer_reinit(tl) on it
void local_timer_del(struct local_timer* h, struct timer_ln* tl)
	/* quick exit if timer inactive */
	if (unlikely(!(tl->flags & F_TIMER_ACTIVE))){
		DBG("timer_del called on an inactive timer %p (%p, %p),"
					" flags %x\n", tl, tl->next, tl->prev, tl->flags);
	if (likely((tl->next!=0)&&(tl->prev!=0))){
		_timer_rm_list(tl); /* detach */
		DBG("timer_del: (f) timer %p (%p, %p) flags %x "
			"already detached\n",
			tl, tl->next, tl->prev, tl->flags);

/* called from timer_handle*/
inline static void local_timer_list_expire(struct local_timer* l, 
											ticks_t t, struct timer_head* h)
	struct timer_ln * tl;
	ticks_t ret;
	/*DBG("timer_list_expire @ ticks = %lu, list =%p\n",
			(unsigned long) *ticks, h);
	while(h->next!=(struct timer_ln*)h){
		_timer_rm_list(tl); /* detach */
			tl->next=tl->prev=0; /* debugging */
				/*FIXME: process tcpconn */
				ret=tl->f(t, tl, tl->data);
				if (ret!=0){
					/* not one-shot, re-add it */
					if (ret!=(ticks_t)-1) /* ! periodic */
					_local_timer_add(l, t, tl);

/* run all the handler that expire at t ticks */
static inline void local_timer_expire(struct local_timer* h, ticks_t t)
	/* trust the compiler for optimizing */
	if (unlikely((t & H0_MASK)==0)){              /*r1*/
		if (unlikely((t & H1_H0_MASK)==0)){        /*r2*/
			local_timer_redist(h, t, &h->timer_lst.h2[t>>(H0_BITS+H1_BITS)]);
		local_timer_redist(h, t, &h->timer_lst.h1[(t & H1_H0_MASK)>>H0_BITS]);
															/*r2 >> H0*/
	/* run handler immediately, no need to move it to the expired list
	 * (since no locks are used) */
	local_timer_list_expire(h, t, &h->timer_lst.h0[t & H0_MASK]);

/* "main" local timer routine, should be called with a proper ticks value
 * WARNING: it should never be called twice for the same ticks value
 * (it could cause too fast expires for long timers), ticks must be also
 *  always increasing */
void local_timer_run(struct local_timer* lt, ticks_t saved_ticks)
		/* protect against time running backwards */
		if (unlikely(lt->prev_ticks>=saved_ticks)){
			LOG(L_CRIT, "BUG: local_timer: backwards or still time\n");
			/* try to continue */
		/* go through all the "missed" ticks, taking a possible overflow
		 * into account */
		for (lt->prev_ticks=lt->prev_ticks+1; lt->prev_ticks!=saved_ticks; 
			local_timer_expire(lt, lt->prev_ticks);
		local_timer_expire(lt, lt->prev_ticks); /* do it for saved_ticks too */
	local_timer_list_expire(lt, saved_ticks, &lt->timer_lst.expired);
	/* WARNING: add_timer(...,0) must go directly to expired list, since
	 * otherwise there is a race between timer running and adding it
	 * (it could expire it H0_ENTRIES ticks later instead of 'now')*/