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1/*
2 * ksocket.h - kernel socket descriptor and API definition.
3 *
4 * Authors  Alain Greiner    (2016,2017,2018,2019,2020)
5 *
6 * Copyright (c) UPMC Sorbonne Universites
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23
24#ifndef _KSOCKET_H_
25#define _KSOCKET_H_
26
27#include <kernel_config.h>
28#include <hal_kernel_types.h>
29#include <xlist.h>
30#include <remote_buf.h>
31#include <remote_busylock.h>
32
33/*****************************************************************************************
34 * This structure defines a kernel socket descriptor, used for both UDP or TCP sockets.
35 * A socket is a private resource used by a most two user threads : one TX client
36 * thread to send packets, and one RX client thread, to receive packets. The TX client
37 * thread and the RX client thread can be the same thread.
38 *
39 * When the Network Interface Controller contains several channels, the set of all
40 * existing sockets is split in as many subsets as the number of NIC channels, in order
41 * to parallelize the transfers. The distribution key defining the channel index
42 * is computed from the (remote_addr/remote_port) couple: by the NIC hardware for the
43 * RX packets; by the software for the TX packets, using a dedicated NIC driver function.
44 * All sockets that have the same key share the same channel, and each socket is
45 * therefore linked to two chdevs : NIC_TX[key] & NIC_RX[key].
46 * The socket allows the NIC-TX and NIC_RX server threads to access various buffers:
47 * - the kernel "tx_buf" buffer contains the data to be send by the TX server thread.
48 *   It is dynamically allocated, and used as retransmission buffer when required.
49 * - the kernel "rx_buf" buffer contains the data received by the RX server thread.
50 *   It is allocated in socket and handled as a single writer / single reader FIFO.
51 * - the kernel "r2t" buffer allows the RX server thread to make direct requests
52 *   to the associated TX server (mainly used to handle the TCP ACKs).
53 * - the kernel "crq" buffer allows to store concurrent remote client connect requests
54 *   to a local server socket. It is allocated in socket.
55 *
56 * The synchronisation mechanism between the client threads and the server threads
57 * is different for the TX and RX directions:
58 *
59 * 1) TX stream
60 *
61 * - The internal API between the TX client thread and the NIC_TX server thread defines
62 *   four command types, stored in the "tx_cmd" variable of the socket descriptor:
63 *   . SOCKET_TX_CONNECT : TCP client request to start the 3 steps connection handshake.
64 *   . SOCKET_TX_ACCEPT  : TCP server request to accept one pending connection request.
65 *   . SOCKET_TX_SEND    : local (UDP/TCP) request to send data to a remote (UDP/TCP).
66 *   . SOCKET_TX_CLOSE   : local TCP socket request remote TCP socket to close connection.
67 * - All commands are blocking for the TX client thread: to make a command, the TX client
68 *   registers the command type in the socket "tx_cmd",field, set the "tx_valid" field,
69 *   reset the "tx_error" field, and registers itself in the "tx_client" field.
70 *   Then, it unblocks the TX server thread from the BLOCKED_CLIENT condition, blocks itself
71 *   on the BLOCKED_IO condition, and deschedules. For a SEND, the "tx_buf" kernel buffer
72 *   is dynamicaly allocated by the client thread, that copies the payload from the user
73 *   buffer to this kernel buffer, that is used as retransmission buffer, when required.
74 * - A command is valid for the TX server when the socket descriptor "tx_valid" is true.
75 *   For a SEND command, the "tx_valid" is reset by the NIC_TX server when the last byte has
76 *   been sent, but the TX client thread is unblocked by the NIC_RX server thread only when
77 *   the last byte has been acknowledged, or to report an error.
78 *   For the CONNECT, ACCEPT and CLOSE commands, the "tx_valid" is reset by the NIC_TX server
79 *   when the first segment of the handshake has been sent, but the TX client thread is
80 *   unblocked by the NIC_RX server thread only when the handshake is actually completed.
81 *   The TX server thread is acting as a multiplexer. It scans the list of attached sockets,
82 *   to sequencially handle the valid commands: one UDP packet or TCP segment per iteration.
83 *   The TX server blocks and deschedules on the BLOCKED_CLIENT condition when there is
84 *   no more valid TX command or R2T request registered in any socket. It is unblocked
85 *   from BLOCKED_CLIENT by a client thread registering a TX command, or by the RX server
86 *   thread registering a R2T request. The TX server thread signals an error to the TX client
87 *   thread using the "tx_error" field in socket descriptor.
88 *   When "tx_valid" or "r2t_valid" are true, the TX server thread build and send an UDP
89 *   packet or TCP segment. A single SEND command can require a large number of TCP
90 *   segments to move a big data buffer.
91 *   This TX server thread blocks and deschedules on the BLOCKED_ISR condition when there
92 *   the NIC_RX queue is full . It is unblocked by the hardware NIC_TX_ISR.
93 * - In order to detect and report error for multiple simultaneous TX accesses to the same
94 *   socket, the client thread makes a double check before posting a new TX command :
95 *   the "tx_valid" field must be false, and the "tx_client" field must be XPTR_NULL.
96 *   The "tx_valid" field is reset by the TX server thread, and the "tx_client"
97 *   field is reset by the TX client thread itself, when it resumes after a TX command.
98 *   . For a SEND command on an UDP socket, the TX server thread reset "tx_valid" and
99 *     unblocks the TX client thread as soon as the last data byte has been sent.
100 *   . For a SEND command on a TCP socket, the TX server thread reset "tx_valid" when the
101 *     last data byte has been sent, but the TX client thread is unblocked by the TX server
102 *     only when the last data byte has been acknowledged by the remote socket.
103 *   . For the CONNECT or ACCEPT commands, the "tx_valid" flag is reset and the TX client
104 *     thread is unblocked by the RX server thread only when the command is completed,
105 *     and the local TCP socket is actually in the ESTAB state.
106 *   . For a CLOSE command, the "tx_valid" flag is reset, and the TX client thread is
107 *     unblocked by the RX server thread only when the remote socket is disconnected.
108 *
109 * 2) RX stream
110 *
111 * - The internal API between the RX client thread and the RX server thread defines two
112 *   command types stored in the rx_cmd variable of the socket descriptor:
113 *   . SOCKET_RX_ACCEPT : TCP server request a connection request from CRQ queue.
114 *   . SOCKET_RX_RECV   : local (UDP/TCP) socket expect data from a remote (UDP/TCP).
115 *   For the RECV command the communication is done through the "rx_buf" buffer,
116 *   attached to the socket, and handled as a single-writer / single reader-FIFO.
117 *   For the ACCEPT command the communication is done through the CRQ buffer, attached
118 *   to the socket, and handled as a single-writer / single reader-FIFO.
119 *   These two commands are blocking for the RX client thread as long as the buffer is
120 *   empty. The client thread set the socket "rx_valid" field, reset the "rx_error" field,
121 *   registers itself in the "rx_client" field, and  blocks on the BLOCKED_IO condition.
122 * - The RX server thread is acting as a demultiplexor: it handle one received TCP segment,
123 *   or UDP packet per iteration in the loop on the NIC_RX queue, and moves the data to
124 *   the relevant buffer of the socket matching the packet. It discard packets that don't
125 *   match a registered socket. When a client thread is registered in the socket descriptor,
126 *   the RX server thread reset the "rx_valid" field and unblocks the RX client thread from
127 *   the BLOCKED_IO condition as soon as there is data available in the "rx_buf".
128 *   This RX server thread blocks and deschedules on the BLOCKED_ISR condition when there
129 *   is no more packets in the NIC_RX queue. It is unblocked by the hardware NIC_RX_ISR.
130 * - In order to detect and report error for multiple simultaneous RX accesses to the same
131 *   socket, the RX client thread makes a double check before posting a new RX command :
132 *   the "rx_valid" field must be false, and the "rx_client" field must be XPTR_NULL.
133 *   The "rx_valid" field is reset by the RX server thread, and the "rx_client"
134 *   field is reset by the RX client thread itself, when it resumes after an RX command.
135 *
136 * 3) R2T queue
137 *
138 * To implement the TCP "3 steps handshake" protocol for connection or to send RST,
139 * the RX server thread can directly request the associated TX server thread to send
140 * control packets in  the TX stream, using a dedicate R2T (RX to TX) FIFO stored in
141 * the socket descriptor. Each R2T request occupy one byte in this R2T queue.
142 *
143 * 4) CRQ queue
144 *
145 * The remote CONNECT requests received by a TCP socket (SYN segments) are stored in a
146 * dedicated CRQ FIFO stored in the local socket descriptor. These requests are consumed
147 * by the local client thread executing an ACCEPT.
148 * Each CRQ request occupy sizeof(connect_request_t) bytes in this CRQ queue.
149 * The connect_request_t structure containing the request arguments is defined below.
150 *
151 * Note : the socket domains and types are defined in the "shared_socket.h" file.
152 ****************************************************************************************/
153
154/*****************************************************************************************
155 * This enum defines the set of commands that can be registered in the socket
156 * by the TX & RX client threads to be executed by the NIC_TX & NIC_TX server threads.
157 ****************************************************************************************/
158typedef enum socket_cmd_type_e
159{
160    CMD_TX_CONNECT      = 20,         /*! request a SYN segment     (TCP only)          */
161    CMD_TX_ACCEPT       = 21,         /*! request a SYN-ACK segment (TCP only)          */
162    CMD_TX_CLOSE        = 22,         /*! request a RST segment     (TCP only)          */
163    CMD_TX_SEND         = 23,         /*! request to send data      (TCP or UDP)        */
164
165    CMD_RX_ACCEPT       = 30,         /*! wait request from CRQ     (TCP only)          */ 
166    CMD_RX_RECV         = 31,         /*! wait DATA from rx_buf     (TCP or UDP)        */
167}
168socket_cmd_type_t;
169
170/*****************************************************************************************
171 * This enum defines the set of command status that can be returned by the NIC_RX and
172 * NIC_TX server threads to the TX & RX client threads.
173 * The success must be signaled by the null value / the various failure cases are
174 * signaled by a non-null value.
175 ****************************************************************************************/
176typedef enum socket_cmd_sts_e
177{
178    CMD_STS_SUCCESS     =  0,
179    CMD_STS_EOF         =  1,
180    CMD_STS_RST         =  2,
181    CMD_STS_BADACK      =  3,
182    CMD_STS_BADSTATE    =  4,
183    CMD_STS_BADCMD      =  5,
184}
185socket_cmd_sts_t;
186
187/*****************************************************************************************
188 * This enum defines the set of tates for an UDP socket.
189 ****************************************************************************************/
190typedef enum udp_socket_state_e
191{
192    UDP_STATE_UNBOUND    = 0x00,
193    UDP_STATE_BOUND      = 0x01,
194    UDP_STATE_ESTAB      = 0x02,
195}
196udp_socket_state_t;
197
198/*****************************************************************************************
199 * This enum defines the set of tates for an TCP socket.
200 ****************************************************************************************/
201typedef enum tcp_socket_state_e
202{
203    TCP_STATE_UNBOUND    = 0x10,
204    TCP_STATE_BOUND      = 0x11,
205    TCP_STATE_LISTEN     = 0x12,
206    TCP_STATE_SYN_SENT   = 0x13,
207    TCP_STATE_SYN_RCVD   = 0x14,
208    TCP_STATE_ESTAB      = 0x15,
209    TCP_STATE_FIN_WAIT1  = 0x16,
210    TCP_STATE_FIN_WAIT2  = 0x17,
211    TCP_STATE_CLOSING    = 0x18,
212    TCP_STATE_TIME_WAIT  = 0x19,
213    TCP_STATE_CLOSE_WAIT = 0x1A,
214    TCP_STATE_LAST_ACK   = 0x1B,
215    TCP_STATE_CLOSED     = 0x1C,
216}
217tcp_socket_state_t;
218
219/*****************************************************************************************
220 * This structure defines one connection request, registered in the CRQ queue.
221 ****************************************************************************************/
222typedef struct connect_request_s
223{
224    uint32_t          addr;          /* requesting socket IP address                   */
225    uint32_t          port;          /* requesting socket port number                  */
226    uint32_t          iss;           /* requesting socket initial sequence number      */
227    uint32_t          window;        /* requesting socket receive window               */
228}         
229connect_request_t;
230
231/*****************************************************************************************
232 * This structure defines the socket descriptor.
233 ****************************************************************************************/
234typedef struct socket_s
235{
236    remote_queuelock_t lock;         /*! lock protecting socket state                  */
237    pid_t              pid;          /*! owner process identifier                      */
238    uint32_t           fdid;         /*! associated file descriptor index              */
239    uint32_t           domain;       /*! domain : AF_LOCAL / AF_INET                   */
240    uint32_t           type;         /*! type : SOCK_DGRAM / SOCK_STREAM               */
241    uint32_t           state;        /*! socket state (see above)                      */
242    uint32_t           local_addr;   /*! local  socket IP address                      */
243    uint32_t           remote_addr;  /*! remote socket IP address                      */
244    uint32_t           local_port;   /*! local  socket port number                     */
245    uint32_t           remote_port;  /*! remote socket port number                     */
246    uint32_t           nic_channel;  /*! derived from (remote_addr,remote_port)        */
247
248    xlist_entry_t      tx_list;      /*! all sockets attached to same NIC_TX channel   */
249    xptr_t             tx_client;    /*! extended pointer on current TX client thread  */
250    bool_t             tx_valid;     /*! TX command valid                              */
251    socket_cmd_type_t  tx_cmd;       /*! TX command (CONNECT / ACCEPT / SEND / CLOSE)  */
252    uint32_t           tx_sts;       /*! signal a TX command success / failure         */
253    uint8_t         *  tx_buf;       /*! pointer on TX data buffer in kernel space     */
254    uint32_t           tx_len;       /*! number of data bytes for a SEND command       */
255    uint32_t           tx_todo;      /*! number of bytes not yet sent                  */
256    xlist_entry_t      tx_temp;      /*! temporary list of sockets (root in TX chdev)  */
257
258    xlist_entry_t      rx_list;      /*! all sockets attached to same NIC_RX channel   */
259    xptr_t             rx_client;    /*! extended pointer on current RX client thread  */
260    bool_t             rx_valid;     /*! RX command valid                              */
261    socket_cmd_type_t  rx_cmd;       /*! RX command ( ACCEPT / RECV )                  */
262    uint32_t           rx_sts;       /*! signal a RX command success / failure         */
263    remote_buf_t       rx_buf;       /*! embedded receive buffer descriptor            */
264
265    remote_buf_t       r2tq;         /*! RX_to_TX requests queue descriptor            */
266    remote_buf_t       crqq;         /*! connection requests queue descriptor          */
267
268    /* the following fields defines the TCB (only used for a TCP connection)           */
269
270    uint32_t           tx_nxt;       /*! next byte to send in TX_data stream           */
271    uint32_t           tx_wnd;       /*! number of acceptable bytes in TX_data stream  */
272    uint32_t           tx_una;       /*! first unack byte in TX_data stream            */
273    uint32_t           rx_nxt;       /*! next expected byte in RX_data stream          */
274    uint32_t           rx_wnd;       /*! number of acceptable bytes in RX_data stream  */
275    uint32_t           rx_irs;       /*! initial sequence number in RX_data stream     */
276}
277socket_t;
278
279/****************************************************************************************
280 * This function returns a printable string for a socket domain.
281 ****************************************************************************************
282 * domain   :  AF_INET / AF_LOCAL
283 ***************************************************************************************/
284char * socket_domain_str( uint32_t domain );
285
286/****************************************************************************************
287 * This function returns a printable string for a socket type.
288 ****************************************************************************************
289 * type   :  SOCK_DGRAM / SOCK_STREAM
290 ***************************************************************************************/
291char * socket_type_str( uint32_t type );
292
293/****************************************************************************************
294 * This function returns a printable string for an UDP or TCP socket state.
295 ****************************************************************************************
296 * state  :  UDP_STATE_*** / TCP_STATE***
297 ***************************************************************************************/
298char * socket_state_str( uint32_t state );
299
300/****************************************************************************************
301 * This function returns a printable string for a command type.
302 ****************************************************************************************
303 * type  :  command type
304 ***************************************************************************************/
305char * socket_cmd_type_str( uint32_t type );
306
307/****************************************************************************************
308 * This function returns a printable string for a command status.
309 ****************************************************************************************
310 * sts   : command status.
311 ***************************************************************************************/
312char * socket_cmd_sts_str( uint32_t sts );
313
314
315
316/****************************************************************************************
317 *      Functions used by the NIC_TX and NIC_RX server threads.
318 ***************************************************************************************/
319
320/****************************************************************************************
321 * This function is called by the dev_nic_rx_handle_tcp() function, executed by the
322 * NIC_RX[channel] server thread, to register a R2T request defined by the <flags>
323 * argument in the socket R2T queue, specified by the <queue_xp> argument.
324 * This function unblocks the NIC_TX[channel] server thread, identified by the <channel>
325 * argumentfrom the THREAD_BLOCKED_CLIENT condition.
326 ****************************************************************************************
327 * @ queue_xp   : [in] extended pointer on the R2T qeue descriptor.
328 * @ flags      : [in] flags to be set in the TCP segment.
329 * @ channel    : [in] NIC channel (both TX & RX).
330 ***************************************************************************************/
331void socket_put_r2t_request( xptr_t    queue_xp,
332                             uint32_t  flags,
333                             uint32_t  channel );
334 
335/****************************************************************************************
336 * This function is called by the dev_nic_rx_handle_tcp() function to register
337 * a client connection request, defined by the <remote_addr>, <remote_port>,
338 * <remote_iss>, and <remote_window> arguments, * in the CRQ queue, specified
339 * by the <queue_xp> argument.
340 ****************************************************************************************
341 * @ queue_xp      : [in] extended pointer on the CRQ qeue descriptor.
342 * @ remote_addr   : [in] remote socket IP address.
343 * @ remote_port   : [in] remote socket port.
344 * @ remote_iss    : [in] remote socket initial sequence number.
345 * @ remote_window : [in] remote socket receive window
346 * @ return 0 if success / return -1 if queue full.
347 ***************************************************************************************/
348error_t socket_put_crq_request( xptr_t    queue_xp,
349                                uint32_t  remote_addr,
350                                uint32_t  remote_port,
351                                uint32_t  remote_iss,
352                                uint32_t  remote_window );
353
354/****************************************************************************************
355 * This function is called by the socket_accept() function to extract a connection
356 * request from a CRQ queue, specified by the <queue_xp> argument, to the buffers
357 * defined by <remote_addr>, <remote_port>, <remote_iss>, and <remote_window>.
358 *****************************************************************************************
359 * @ queue_xp      : [in]  extended pointer on the CRQ qeue descriptor.
360 * @ remote_addr   : [out] buffer for remote socket IP address.
361 * @ remote_port   : [out] buffer for remote socket port.
362 * @ remote_iss    : [out] buffer for remote socket initial sequence number.
363 * @ remote_window : [out] buffer for remote socket receive window
364 * @ return 0 if success / return -1 if queue empty.
365 ***************************************************************************************/
366error_t socket_get_crq_request( xptr_t     queue_xp,
367                                uint32_t * remote_addr,
368                                uint32_t * remote_port,
369                                uint32_t * remote_iss,
370                                uint32_t * remote_window );
371
372/****************************************************************************************
373 * This blocking function diplays the socket state (including the TCB).
374 ****************************************************************************************
375 * @ socket_xp     : [in] extended pointer on socket descriptor.
376 $ @ string        : [in] name of calling function.
377 ***************************************************************************************/
378void socket_display( xptr_t         socket_xp,
379                     const char   * func_str );
380
381
382
383/****************************************************************************************
384 *      Functions implementing the socket related system calls
385 ***************************************************************************************/
386
387/****************************************************************************************
388 * This function implements the socket() syscall.
389 * This function allocates and intializes in the calling thread cluster:
390 * - a new socket descriptor, defined by the <domain> and <type> arguments,
391 * - a new file descriptor, associated to this socket,
392 * It registers the file descriptor in the reference process fd_array[],
393 * set the socket state to UNBOUND, and returns the <fdid> value.
394 ****************************************************************************************
395 * @ domain  : [in] socket protocol family (AF_UNIX / AF_INET)
396 * @ type    : [in] socket type (SOCK_DGRAM / SOCK_STREAM).
397 * @ return a file descriptor <fdid> if success / return -1 if failure.
398 ***************************************************************************************/
399int socket_build( uint32_t   domain,
400                  uint32_t   type );
401
402/****************************************************************************************
403 * This function implements the bind() syscall.
404 * It assigns an IP address, defined by the <local_addr> argument, and a port number,
405 * defined by the <local_port> argument to an unnamed local socket, identified by the
406 * <fdid> argument, and set the socket state to BOUND. It applies to UDP or TCP sockets.
407 * It does not require any service from the NIC_TX and NIC_RX server threads.
408 * It can be called by a thread running in any cluster.
409 ****************************************************************************************
410 * @ fdid         : [in] file descriptor index identifying the socket.
411 * @ local_addr   : [in] local IP address.
412 * @ local_port   : [in] local port.
413 * @ return 0 if success / return -1 if failure.
414 ***************************************************************************************/
415int socket_bind( uint32_t  fdid,
416                 uint32_t  addr,
417                 uint16_t  port );
418
419/****************************************************************************************
420 * This function implements the listen() syscall().
421 * It is called by a (local) server process to specify the max size of the CRQ queue
422 * for a socket identified by the <fdid> argument, that expect connection requests
423 * from one or several (remote) client processes.  The selected socket CRQ is supposed
424 * to register all connections requests, whatever the client IP address and port values.
425 * This function applies only to a TCP socket, that must be in the BOUND state.
426 * The <fdid> socket is set to the LISTEN state.
427 * It does not require any service from the NIC_TX and NIC_RX server threads.
428 * It can be called by a thread running in any cluster.
429 ****************************************************************************************
430 * Implementation notes :
431 * The number N of channels available in the NIC contrôler can be larger than 1.
432 * Depending on the remote client IP address and port, the  connection request can be
433 * received by any NIC_RX[k] server thread. To find the relevant listening socket, each
434 * NIC_RX[k] server thread must be able to scan the set of all listening sockets.
435 * Therefore a list of listening sockets is implemented as a dedicated xlist, rooted in
436 * the NIC_RX[0] chdev extension, and using the listening socket <rx_list> field,
437 * because a listening socket is never used to move data. 
438 ****************************************************************************************
439 * @ fdid      : [in] file descriptor index identifying the local server socket.
440 * @ crq_depth : [in] depth of CRQ queue of pending connection requests.
441 ***************************************************************************************/
442int socket_listen( uint32_t fdid,
443                   uint32_t crq_depth );
444
445/****************************************************************************************
446 * This blocking function implements the accept() syscall().
447 * It applies only to TCP sockets in the LISTEN state.
448 * It is executed by a server process, waiting for one (or several) client process(es)
449 * requesting a connection on a listening socket identified by the <fdid> argument.
450 * This socket must have been previouly created with socket(), bound to a local address
451 * with bind(), and listening for connections after a listen(). It  blocks on the <IO>
452 * condition if the CRQ is empty. Otherwise, it get a pending connection request from
453 * the listening socket CRQ queue, and creates & initializes a new socket with
454 * the same properties as the listening socket, allocating a new file descriptor
455 * for this new socket. It returns the new socket fdid as well as the remote IP address
456 * and port, but only when the new socket is set to the ESTAB state. The new socket
457 * cannot accept connections, but the listening socket keeps open for new connections. 
458 ****************************************************************************************
459 * Implementation Note:
460 * This blocking function contains two blocking conditions because it requests services
461 * to both the NIC_RX server thread, and he NIC_TX server thread.
462 * It can be split in five steps:
463 * 1) It makes several checkings on the listening socket domain, type, and state.
464 * 2) If the socket CRQ queue is empty, the function makes an SOCKET_RX_ACCEPT command
465 *    to the NIC_RX server thread, waiting registration of a connection request in the
466 *    CRQ queue. Then it blocks on the <IO> condition and deschedules. It is unblocked
467 *    by the NIC_RX server thread receiving a valid TCP SYN segment.
468 * 3) When it found a pending request, it creates a new socket with the same properties
469 *    as the listening socket, and a new file descriptor for this socket. It initializes
470 *    the new socket descriptor using the values in the registered connect_request_t
471 *    structure, and set this new socket to the SYN_RECV state.
472 * 4) Then it makes a SOCKET_TX_command to the NIC_TX thread, requesting a TCP SYN_ACK
473 *    segment to the remote socket. Then, it blocks on <IO> condition and dechedules.
474 *    It is unblocked by the NIC_RX server thread when this SYN_ACK is acknowledged,
475 *    and the new socket is set in ESTAB state (by the NIC_RX server).
476 * 5) Finally, it returns the new socket fdid, and registers, in the <address> and
477 *    <port> arguments, the remote client IP address & port.
478 ****************************************************************************************
479 * @ fdid         : [in] file descriptor index identifying the listening socket.
480 * @ address      : [out] server IP address.
481 * @ port         : [out] server port address length in bytes.
482 * @ return the new socket <fdid> if success / return -1 if failure
483 ***************************************************************************************/
484int socket_accept( uint32_t   fdid,
485                   uint32_t * address,
486                   uint16_t * port );
487
488/****************************************************************************************
489 * This blocking function implements the connect() syscall.
490 * It is used by a client process to connect a local socket identified by
491 * the <fdid> argument, to a remote socket identified by the <remote_addr> and
492 * <remote_port> arguments. It can be used for both  UDP and TCP sockets.
493 * It computes the nic_channel index [k] from <remote_addr> and <remote_port> values,
494 * and initializes "remote_addr","remote_port", "nic_channel" in local socket.
495 * It registers the socket in the lists of sockets rooted in the NIC_RX[k] & NIC_TX[k]
496 * chdevs. It can be called by a thread running in any cluster.
497 * It returns only when the local socket is in the ESTAB state, or to report an error.
498 ****************************************************************************************
499 * Implementation Note:
500 * - For a TCP socket, it updates the "remote_addr", "remote_port", "nic_channel" fields
501 *   in the socket descriptor defined by the <fdid> argument, and register this socket,
502 *   in the lists of sockets attached to the NIC_TX[k] and NIC_RX[k] chdevs.
503 *   Then, it builds a TX_CONNECT command to the NIC_TX server thread to send a SYN to
504 *   the remote socket, unblocks the NIC_TX server thread from the <CLIENT> condition,
505 *   blocks itself on <IO> condition and deschedules. It is unblocked by the NIC_RX
506 *   server thread when this thread receive the expected SYN-ACK, and the local socket
507 *   has been set to the ESTAB state, or when an error is reported in "tx_error" field.
508 * - For an UDP socket, it simply updates "remote_addr", "remote_port", "nic_channel"
509 *   in the socket descriptor defined by the <fdid> argument, and register this socket
510 *   in the lists of sockets attached to the NIC_TX[k] and NIC_RX[k] chdevs.
511 *   Then, it set the socket to the ESTAB state, or returns an error without blocking.
512 ****************************************************************************************
513 * @ fdid          : [in] file descriptor index identifying the socket.
514 * @ remote_addr   : [in] remote IP address.
515 * @ remote_port   : [in] remote port.
516 * @ return 0 if success / return -1 if failure.
517 ***************************************************************************************/
518int socket_connect( uint32_t  fdid,
519                    uint32_t  remote_addr,
520                    uint16_t  remote_port );
521
522/****************************************************************************************
523 * This blocking function implements the send() syscall.
524 * It is used to send data stored in the user buffer, identified the <u_buf> and <length>
525 * arguments, to a connected (TCP or UDP) socket, identified by the <fdid> argument.
526 * The work is actually done by the NIC_TX server thread, and the synchronisation
527 * between the client and the server threads uses the "rx_valid" set/reset flip-flop:
528 * The client thread registers itself in the socket descriptor, registers in the queue
529 * rooted in the NIC_TX[index] chdev, set "rx_valid", unblocks the server thread, and
530 * finally blocks on THREAD_BLOCKED_IO, and deschedules.
531 * When the TX server thread completes the command (all data has been sent for an UDP
532 * socket, or acknowledged for a TCP socket), the server thread reset "rx_valid" and
533 * unblocks the client thread.
534 * This function can be called by a thread running in any cluster.
535 * WARNING : This implementation does not support several concurent SEND/SENDTO commands
536 * on the same socket, as only one TX thread can register in a given socket.
537 ****************************************************************************************
538 * @ fdid      : [in] file descriptor index identifying the socket.
539 * @ u_buf     : [in] pointer on buffer containing packet in user space.
540 * @ length    : [in] packet size in bytes.
541 * @ return number of sent bytes if success / return -1 if failure.
542 ***************************************************************************************/
543int socket_send( uint32_t    fdid,
544                 uint8_t   * u_buf,
545                 uint32_t    length );
546
547/****************************************************************************************
548 * This blocking function implements the sendto() syscall.
549 * It registers the <remote_addr> and <remote_port> arguments in the local socket
550 * descriptor, and does the same thing as the socket_send() function above,
551 * but can be called  on an unconnected UDP socket.
552 ****************************************************************************************
553 * @ fdid        : [in] file descriptor index identifying the socket.
554 * @ u_buf       : [in] pointer on buffer containing packet in user space.
555 * @ length      : [in] packet size in bytes.
556 * @ remote_addr : [in] destination IP address.
557 * @ remote_port : [in] destination port.
558 * @ return number of sent bytes if success / return -1 if failure.
559 ***************************************************************************************/
560int socket_sendto( uint32_t    fdid,
561                   uint8_t   * u_buf,
562                   uint32_t    length,
563                   uint32_t    remote_addr,
564                   uint32_t    remote_port );
565
566/****************************************************************************************
567 * This blocking function implements the recv() syscall.
568 * It is used to receive data that has been stored by the NIC_RX server thread in the
569 * rx_buf of a connected (TCP or UDP) socket, identified by the <fdid> argument.
570 * The synchronisation between the client and the server threads uses the "rx_valid"
571 * set/reset flip-flop: If "rx_valid" is set, the client simply moves the available
572 * data from the "rx_buf" to the user buffer identified by the <u_buf> and <length>
573 * arguments, and reset the "rx_valid" flip_flop. If "rx_valid" is not set, the client
574 * thread register itself in the socket descriptor, registers in the clients queue rooted
575 * in the NIC_RX[index] chdev, and finally blocks on THREAD_BLOCKED_IO, and deschedules.
576 * The client thread is re-activated by the RX server, that set the "rx_valid" flip-flop
577 * as soon as data is available in the "rx_buf". The number of bytes actually transfered
578 * can be less than the user buffer size.
579 * This  function can be called by a thread running in any cluster.
580 * WARNING : This implementation does not support several concurent RECV/RECVFROM
581 * commands on the same socket, as only one RX thread can register in a given socket.
582 ****************************************************************************************
583 * @ fdid      : [in] file descriptor index identifying the socket.
584 * @ u_buf     : [in] pointer on buffer in user space.
585 * @ length    : [in] buffer size in bytes.
586 * @ return number of received bytes if success / return -1 if failure.
587 ***************************************************************************************/
588int socket_recv( uint32_t    fdid,
589                 uint8_t   * u_buf,
590                 uint32_t    length );
591
592/****************************************************************************************
593 * This blocking function implements the recvfrom() syscall.
594 * It registers the <remote_addr> and <remote_port> arguments in the local socket
595 * descriptor, and does the same thing as the socket_recv() function above,
596 * but can be called on an unconnected UDP socket.
597 ****************************************************************************************
598 * @ fdid        : [in] file descriptor index identifying the socket.
599 * @ u_buf       : [in] pointer on buffer containing packet in user space.
600 * @ length      : [in] packet size in bytes.
601 * @ remote_addr : [in] destination IP address.
602 * @ remote_port : [in] destination port.
603 * @ return number of received bytes if success / return -1 if failure.
604 ***************************************************************************************/
605int socket_recvfrom( uint32_t    fdid,
606                     uint8_t   * u_buf,
607                     uint32_t    length,
608                     uint32_t    remote_addr,
609                     uint32_t    remote_port );
610
611/****************************************************************************************
612 * This blocking function implements the close() syscall for a socket.
613 * - For a UDP socket, it simply calls the static socket_destroy() function to release
614 *   all structures associated to the local socket, including the file descriptor.
615 * - For a TCP socket, it makes a CLOSE command to NIC_TX, and blocks on the <IO>
616 *   condition. The close TCP hanshake is done by the NIC_TX and NIC_RX threads.
617 *   It is unblocked when the socket is in CLOSED state, or when an error is reported.
618 *   Finally, it calls the static socket_destroy() function to release all structures
619 *   associated to the local socket, including the file descriptor.
620 ****************************************************************************************
621 * @ file_xp     : [in] extended pointer on file descriptor.
622 * @ fdid        : [in] file descriptor index identifying the socket.
623 * @ return 0 if success / return -1 if failure.
624 ***************************************************************************************/
625int socket_close( xptr_t     file_xp,
626                  uint32_t   fdid );
627
628
629#endif  /* _KSOCKET_H_ */
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