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files.c

/* 
   Unix SMB/Netbios implementation.
   Version 1.9.
   Files[] structure handling
   Copyright (C) Andrew Tridgell 1998
   
   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
   (at your option) any later version.
   
   This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
   GNU General Public License for more details.
   
   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
   along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
   Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
*/

#include "includes.h"

static int real_max_open_files;

#define VALID_FNUM(fnum)   (((fnum) >= 0) && ((fnum) < real_max_open_files))

#define FILE_HANDLE_OFFSET 0x1000

static struct bitmap *file_bmap;

static files_struct *Files;
 
/* a fsp to use when chaining */
static files_struct *chain_fsp = NULL;
/* a fsp to use to save when breaking an oplock. */
static files_struct *oplock_save_chain_fsp = NULL;

static int files_used;

/****************************************************************************
 Return a unique number identifying this fsp over the life of this pid.
****************************************************************************/

static unsigned long get_gen_count(void)
{
      static unsigned long file_gen_counter;

      if ((++file_gen_counter) == 0)
            return ++file_gen_counter;
      return file_gen_counter;
}

/****************************************************************************
 Find first available file slot.
****************************************************************************/

files_struct *file_new(connection_struct *conn)
{
      int i;
      static int first_file;
      files_struct *fsp, *next;

      /* we want to give out file handles differently on each new
         connection because of a common bug in MS clients where they try to
         reuse a file descriptor from an earlier smb connection. This code
         increases the chance that the errant client will get an error rather
         than causing corruption */
      if (first_file == 0) {
            first_file = (sys_getpid() ^ (int)time(NULL)) % real_max_open_files;
      }

      i = bitmap_find(file_bmap, first_file);
      if (i == -1) {
            /* 
             * Before we give up, go through the open files 
             * and see if there are any files opened with a
             * batch oplock. If so break the oplock and then
             * re-use that entry (if it becomes closed).
             * This may help as NT/95 clients tend to keep
             * files batch oplocked for quite a long time
             * after they have finished with them.
             */
            for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=next) {
                  next=fsp->next;
                  if (attempt_close_oplocked_file(fsp)) {
                        return file_new(conn);
                  }
            }

            DEBUG(0,("ERROR! Out of file structures\n"));
            unix_ERR_class = ERRSRV;
            unix_ERR_code = ERRnofids;
            return NULL;
      }

      fsp = (files_struct *)malloc(sizeof(*fsp));
      if (!fsp) {
            unix_ERR_class = ERRSRV;
            unix_ERR_code = ERRnofids;
            return NULL;
      }

      ZERO_STRUCTP(fsp);
      fsp->fd = -1;
      fsp->conn = conn;
      fsp->file_id = get_gen_count();
      GetTimeOfDay(&fsp->open_time);

      first_file = (i+1) % real_max_open_files;

      bitmap_set(file_bmap, i);
      files_used++;

      fsp->fnum = i + FILE_HANDLE_OFFSET;
      SMB_ASSERT(fsp->fnum < 65536);

      string_set(&fsp->fsp_name,"");
      
      DLIST_ADD(Files, fsp);

      DEBUG(5,("allocated file structure %d, fnum = %d (%d used)\n",
             i, fsp->fnum, files_used));

      chain_fsp = fsp;
      
      return fsp;
}

/****************************************************************************
 Close all open files for a connection.
****************************************************************************/

void file_close_conn(connection_struct *conn)
{
      files_struct *fsp, *next;
      
      for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=next) {
            next = fsp->next;
            if (fsp->conn == conn) {
                  close_file(fsp,False); 
            }
      }
}

/****************************************************************************
 Initialise file structures.
****************************************************************************/

#define MAX_OPEN_FUDGEFACTOR 20

void file_init(void)
{
      int request_max_open_files = lp_max_open_files();
      int real_lim;

      /*
       * Set the max_open files to be the requested
       * max plus a fudgefactor to allow for the extra
       * fd's we need such as log files etc...
       */
      real_lim = set_maxfiles(request_max_open_files + MAX_OPEN_FUDGEFACTOR);

      real_max_open_files = real_lim - MAX_OPEN_FUDGEFACTOR;

      if (real_max_open_files + FILE_HANDLE_OFFSET + MAX_OPEN_PIPES > 65536)
            real_max_open_files = 65536 - FILE_HANDLE_OFFSET - MAX_OPEN_PIPES;

      if(real_max_open_files != request_max_open_files) {
            DEBUG(1,("file_init: Information only: requested %d \
open files, %d are available.\n", request_max_open_files, real_max_open_files));
      }

      SMB_ASSERT(real_max_open_files > 100);

      file_bmap = bitmap_allocate(real_max_open_files);
      
      if (!file_bmap) {
            exit_server("out of memory in file_init");
      }
      
      /*
       * Ensure that pipe_handle_oppset is set correctly.
       */
      set_pipe_handle_offset(real_max_open_files);
}

/****************************************************************************
 Close files open by a specified vuid.
****************************************************************************/

void file_close_user(int vuid)
{
      files_struct *fsp, *next;

      for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=next) {
            next=fsp->next;
            if (fsp->vuid == vuid) {
                  close_file(fsp,False);
            }
      }
}

/****************************************************************************
 Find a fsp given a file descriptor.
****************************************************************************/

files_struct *file_find_fd(int fd)
{
      int count=0;
      files_struct *fsp;

      for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=fsp->next,count++) {
            if (fsp->fd == fd) {
                  if (count > 10) {
                        DLIST_PROMOTE(Files, fsp);
                  }
                  return fsp;
            }
      }

      return NULL;
}

/****************************************************************************
 Find a fsp given a device, inode and file_id.
****************************************************************************/

files_struct *file_find_dif(SMB_DEV_T dev, SMB_INO_T inode, unsigned long file_id)
{
      int count=0;
      files_struct *fsp;

      for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=fsp->next,count++) {
            if (fsp->fd != -1 &&
                fsp->dev == dev && 
                fsp->inode == inode &&
                fsp->file_id == file_id ) {
                  if (count > 10) {
                        DLIST_PROMOTE(Files, fsp);
                  }
                  return fsp;
            }
      }

      return NULL;
}

/****************************************************************************
 Check if an fsp still exists.
****************************************************************************/

files_struct *file_find_fsp(files_struct *orig_fsp)
{
      files_struct *fsp;

    for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=fsp->next) {
        if (fsp == orig_fsp)
            return fsp;
    }

    return NULL;
}

/****************************************************************************
 Find the first fsp given a device and inode.
****************************************************************************/

files_struct *file_find_di_first(SMB_DEV_T dev, SMB_INO_T inode)
{
    files_struct *fsp;

    for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=fsp->next) {
        if ( fsp->fd != -1 &&
            fsp->dev == dev &&
            fsp->inode == inode )
            return fsp;
    }

    return NULL;
}

/****************************************************************************
 Find the next fsp having the same device and inode.
****************************************************************************/

files_struct *file_find_di_next(files_struct *start_fsp)
{
    files_struct *fsp;

    for (fsp = start_fsp->next;fsp;fsp=fsp->next) {
        if ( fsp->fd != -1 &&
            fsp->dev == start_fsp->dev &&
            fsp->inode == start_fsp->inode )
            return fsp;
    }

    return NULL;
}

/****************************************************************************
 Find a fsp that is open for printing.
****************************************************************************/

files_struct *file_find_print(void)
{
      files_struct *fsp;

      for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=fsp->next) {
            if (fsp->print_file) return fsp;
      } 

      return NULL;
}

/****************************************************************************
 Sync open files on a connection.
****************************************************************************/

void file_sync_all(connection_struct *conn)
{
      files_struct *fsp, *next;

      for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=next) {
            next=fsp->next;
            if ((conn == fsp->conn) && (fsp->fd != -1)) {
                  sync_file(conn,fsp);
            }
      }
}

/****************************************************************************
 Free up a fsp.
****************************************************************************/

void file_free(files_struct *fsp)
{
      DLIST_REMOVE(Files, fsp);

      string_free(&fsp->fsp_name);

      bitmap_clear(file_bmap, fsp->fnum - FILE_HANDLE_OFFSET);
      files_used--;

      DEBUG(5,("freed files structure %d (%d used)\n",
             fsp->fnum, files_used));

      /* this is paranoia, just in case someone tries to reuse the 
         information */
      ZERO_STRUCTP(fsp);

      if (fsp == chain_fsp) chain_fsp = NULL;

      SAFE_FREE(fsp);
}

/****************************************************************************
 Get a fsp from a packet given the offset of a 16 bit fnum.
****************************************************************************/

files_struct *file_fsp(char *buf, int where)
{
      int fnum, count=0;
      files_struct *fsp;

      if (chain_fsp)
            return chain_fsp;

      fnum = SVAL(buf, where);

      for (fsp=Files;fsp;fsp=fsp->next, count++) {
            if (fsp->fnum == fnum) {
                  chain_fsp = fsp;
                  if (count > 10) {
                        DLIST_PROMOTE(Files, fsp);
                  }
                  return fsp;
            }
      }
      return NULL;
}

/****************************************************************************
 Reset the chained fsp - done at the start of a packet reply.
****************************************************************************/

void file_chain_reset(void)
{
      chain_fsp = NULL;
}

/****************************************************************************
Save the chained fsp - done when about to do an oplock break.
****************************************************************************/

void file_chain_save(void)
{
      oplock_save_chain_fsp = chain_fsp;
}

/****************************************************************************
Restore the chained fsp - done after an oplock break.
****************************************************************************/

void file_chain_restore(void)
{
      chain_fsp = oplock_save_chain_fsp;
}

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