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/*-
* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-2-Clause-FreeBSD
*
* Copyright (C) 2013-2016 Universita` di Pisa
* All rights reserved.
*
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
* are met:
* 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
* 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
* documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
*
* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
* ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
* IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
* ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
* FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
* DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
* OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
* HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
* LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
* OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
* SUCH DAMAGE.
*/
#if defined(__FreeBSD__)
#include <sys/cdefs.h> /* prerequisite */
__FBSDID("$FreeBSD$");
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/errno.h>
#include <sys/param.h> /* defines used in kernel.h */
#include <sys/kernel.h> /* types used in module initialization */
#include <sys/conf.h> /* cdevsw struct, UID, GID */
#include <sys/sockio.h>
#include <sys/socketvar.h> /* struct socket */
#include <sys/malloc.h>
#include <sys/poll.h>
#include <sys/rwlock.h>
#include <sys/socket.h> /* sockaddrs */
#include <sys/selinfo.h>
#include <sys/sysctl.h>
#include <net/if.h>
#include <net/if_var.h>
#include <net/bpf.h> /* BIOCIMMEDIATE */
#include <machine/bus.h> /* bus_dmamap_* */
#include <sys/endian.h>
#include <sys/refcount.h>
#include <sys/smp.h>
#elif defined(linux)
#include "bsd_glue.h"
#elif defined(__APPLE__)
#warning OSX support is only partial
#include "osx_glue.h"
#elif defined(_WIN32)
#include "win_glue.h"
#else
#error Unsupported platform
#endif /* unsupported */
/*
* common headers
*/
#include <net/netmap.h>
#include <dev/netmap/netmap_kern.h>
#include <dev/netmap/netmap_mem2.h>
#include <dev/netmap/netmap_bdg.h>
#ifdef WITH_VALE
/*
* system parameters (most of them in netmap_kern.h)
* NM_BDG_NAME prefix for switch port names, default "vale"
* NM_BDG_MAXPORTS number of ports
* NM_BRIDGES max number of switches in the system.
* XXX should become a sysctl or tunable
*
* Switch ports are named valeX:Y where X is the switch name and Y
* is the port. If Y matches a physical interface name, the port is
* connected to a physical device.
*
* Unlike physical interfaces, switch ports use their own memory region
* for rings and buffers.
* The virtual interfaces use per-queue lock instead of core lock.
* In the tx loop, we aggregate traffic in batches to make all operations
* faster. The batch size is bridge_batch.
*/
#define NM_BDG_MAXRINGS 16 /* XXX unclear how many. */
#define NM_BDG_MAXSLOTS 4096 /* XXX same as above */
#define NM_BRIDGE_RINGSIZE 1024 /* in the device */
#define NM_BDG_BATCH 1024 /* entries in the forwarding buffer */
/* actual size of the tables */
#define NM_BDG_BATCH_MAX (NM_BDG_BATCH + NETMAP_MAX_FRAGS)
/* NM_FT_NULL terminates a list of slots in the ft */
#define NM_FT_NULL NM_BDG_BATCH_MAX
/*
* bridge_batch is set via sysctl to the max batch size to be
* used in the bridge. The actual value may be larger as the
* last packet in the block may overflow the size.
*/
static int bridge_batch = NM_BDG_BATCH; /* bridge batch size */
SYSBEGIN(vars_vale);
SYSCTL_DECL(_dev_netmap);
SYSCTL_INT(_dev_netmap, OID_AUTO, bridge_batch, CTLFLAG_RW, &bridge_batch, 0,
"Max batch size to be used in the bridge");
SYSEND;
static int netmap_vale_vp_create(struct nmreq_header *hdr, struct ifnet *,
struct netmap_mem_d *nmd, struct netmap_vp_adapter **);
static int netmap_vale_vp_bdg_attach(const char *, struct netmap_adapter *,
struct nm_bridge *);
static int netmap_vale_bwrap_attach(const char *, struct netmap_adapter *);
/*
* For each output interface, nm_vale_q is used to construct a list.
* bq_len is the number of output buffers (we can have coalescing
* during the copy).
*/
struct nm_vale_q {
uint16_t bq_head;
uint16_t bq_tail;
uint32_t bq_len; /* number of buffers */
};
/* Holds the default callbacks */
struct netmap_bdg_ops vale_bdg_ops = {
.lookup = netmap_vale_learning,
.config = NULL,
.dtor = NULL,
.vp_create = netmap_vale_vp_create,
.bwrap_attach = netmap_vale_bwrap_attach,
.name = NM_BDG_NAME,
};
/*
* this is a slightly optimized copy routine which rounds
* to multiple of 64 bytes and is often faster than dealing
* with other odd sizes. We assume there is enough room
* in the source and destination buffers.
*
* XXX only for multiples of 64 bytes, non overlapped.
*/
static inline void
pkt_copy(void *_src, void *_dst, int l)
{
uint64_t *src = _src;
uint64_t *dst = _dst;
if (unlikely(l >= 1024)) {
memcpy(dst, src, l);
return;
}
for (; likely(l > 0); l-=64) {
*dst++ = *src++;
*dst++ = *src++;
*dst++ = *src++;
*dst++ = *src++;
*dst++ = *src++;
*dst++ = *src++;
*dst++ = *src++;
*dst++ = *src++;
}
}
/*
* Free the forwarding tables for rings attached to switch ports.
*/
static void
nm_free_bdgfwd(struct netmap_adapter *na)
{
int nrings, i;
struct netmap_kring **kring;
NMG_LOCK_ASSERT();
nrings = na->num_tx_rings;
kring = na->tx_rings;
for (i = 0; i < nrings; i++) {
if (kring[i]->nkr_ft) {
nm_os_free(kring[i]->nkr_ft);
kring[i]->nkr_ft = NULL; /* protect from freeing twice */
}
}
}
/*
* Allocate the forwarding tables for the rings attached to the bridge ports.
*/
static int
nm_alloc_bdgfwd(struct netmap_adapter *na)
{
int nrings, l, i, num_dstq;
struct netmap_kring **kring;
NMG_LOCK_ASSERT();
/* all port:rings + broadcast */
num_dstq = NM_BDG_MAXPORTS * NM_BDG_MAXRINGS + 1;
l = sizeof(struct nm_bdg_fwd) * NM_BDG_BATCH_MAX;
l += sizeof(struct nm_vale_q) * num_dstq;
l += sizeof(uint16_t) * NM_BDG_BATCH_MAX;
nrings = netmap_real_rings(na, NR_TX);
kring = na->tx_rings;
for (i = 0; i < nrings; i++) {
struct nm_bdg_fwd *ft;
struct nm_vale_q *dstq;
int j;
ft = nm_os_malloc(l);
if (!ft) {
nm_free_bdgfwd(na);
return ENOMEM;
}
dstq = (struct nm_vale_q *)(ft + NM_BDG_BATCH_MAX);
for (j = 0; j < num_dstq; j++) {
dstq[j].bq_head = dstq[j].bq_tail = NM_FT_NULL;
dstq[j].bq_len = 0;
}
kring[i]->nkr_ft = ft;
}
return 0;
}
/* Allows external modules to create bridges in exclusive mode,
* returns an authentication token that the external module will need
* to provide during nm_bdg_ctl_{attach, detach}(), netmap_bdg_regops(),
* and nm_bdg_update_private_data() operations.
* Successfully executed if ret != NULL and *return_status == 0.
*/
void *
netmap_vale_create(const char *bdg_name, int *return_status)
{
struct nm_bridge *b = NULL;
void *ret = NULL;
NMG_LOCK();
b = nm_find_bridge(bdg_name, 0 /* don't create */, NULL);
if (b) {
*return_status = EEXIST;
goto unlock_bdg_create;
}
b = nm_find_bridge(bdg_name, 1 /* create */, &vale_bdg_ops);
if (!b) {
*return_status = ENOMEM;
goto unlock_bdg_create;
}
b->bdg_flags |= NM_BDG_ACTIVE | NM_BDG_EXCLUSIVE;
ret = nm_bdg_get_auth_token(b);
*return_status = 0;
unlock_bdg_create:
NMG_UNLOCK();
return ret;
}
/* Allows external modules to destroy a bridge created through
* netmap_bdg_create(), the bridge must be empty.
*/
int
netmap_vale_destroy(const char *bdg_name, void *auth_token)
{
struct nm_bridge *b = NULL;
int ret = 0;
NMG_LOCK();
b = nm_find_bridge(bdg_name, 0 /* don't create */, NULL);
if (!b) {
ret = ENXIO;
goto unlock_bdg_free;
}
if (!nm_bdg_valid_auth_token(b, auth_token)) {
ret = EACCES;
goto unlock_bdg_free;
}
if (!(b->bdg_flags & NM_BDG_EXCLUSIVE)) {
ret = EINVAL;
goto unlock_bdg_free;
}
b->bdg_flags &= ~(NM_BDG_EXCLUSIVE | NM_BDG_ACTIVE);
ret = netmap_bdg_free(b);
if (ret) {
b->bdg_flags |= NM_BDG_EXCLUSIVE | NM_BDG_ACTIVE;
}
unlock_bdg_free:
NMG_UNLOCK();
return ret;
}
/* Process NETMAP_REQ_VALE_LIST. */
int
netmap_vale_list(struct nmreq_header *hdr)
{
struct nmreq_vale_list *req =
(struct nmreq_vale_list *)(uintptr_t)hdr->nr_body;
int namelen = strlen(hdr->nr_name);
struct nm_bridge *b, *bridges;
struct netmap_vp_adapter *vpna;
int error = 0, i, j;
u_int num_bridges;
netmap_bns_getbridges(&bridges, &num_bridges);
/* this is used to enumerate bridges and ports */
if (namelen) { /* look up indexes of bridge and port */
if (strncmp(hdr->nr_name, NM_BDG_NAME,
strlen(NM_BDG_NAME))) {
return EINVAL;
}
NMG_LOCK();
b = nm_find_bridge(hdr->nr_name, 0 /* don't create */, NULL);
if (!b) {
NMG_UNLOCK();
return ENOENT;
}
req->nr_bridge_idx = b - bridges; /* bridge index */
req->nr_port_idx = NM_BDG_NOPORT;
for (j = 0; j < b->bdg_active_ports; j++) {
i = b->bdg_port_index[j];
vpna = b->bdg_ports[i];
if (vpna == NULL) {
nm_prerr("This should not happen");
continue;
}
/* the former and the latter identify a
* virtual port and a NIC, respectively
*/
if (!strcmp(vpna->up.name, hdr->nr_name)) {
req->nr_port_idx = i; /* port index */
break;
}
}
NMG_UNLOCK();
} else {
/* return the first non-empty entry starting from
* bridge nr_arg1 and port nr_arg2.
*
* Users can detect the end of the same bridge by
* seeing the new and old value of nr_arg1, and can
* detect the end of all the bridge by error != 0
*/
i = req->nr_bridge_idx;
j = req->nr_port_idx;
NMG_LOCK();
for (error = ENOENT; i < NM_BRIDGES; i++) {
b = bridges + i;
for ( ; j < NM_BDG_MAXPORTS; j++) {
if (b->bdg_ports[j] == NULL)
continue;
vpna = b->bdg_ports[j];
/* write back the VALE switch name */
strlcpy(hdr->nr_name, vpna->up.name,
sizeof(hdr->nr_name));
error = 0;
goto out;
}
j = 0; /* following bridges scan from 0 */
}
out:
req->nr_bridge_idx = i;
req->nr_port_idx = j;
NMG_UNLOCK();
}
return error;
}
/* Process NETMAP_REQ_VALE_ATTACH.
*/
int
netmap_vale_attach(struct nmreq_header *hdr, void *auth_token)
{
struct nmreq_vale_attach *req =
(struct nmreq_vale_attach *)(uintptr_t)hdr->nr_body;
struct netmap_vp_adapter * vpna;
struct netmap_adapter *na = NULL;
struct netmap_mem_d *nmd = NULL;
struct nm_bridge *b = NULL;
int error;
NMG_LOCK();
/* permission check for modified bridges */
b = nm_find_bridge(hdr->nr_name, 0 /* don't create */, NULL);
if (b && !nm_bdg_valid_auth_token(b, auth_token)) {
error = EACCES;
goto unlock_exit;
}
if (req->reg.nr_mem_id) {
nmd = netmap_mem_find(req->reg.nr_mem_id);
if (nmd == NULL) {
error = EINVAL;
goto unlock_exit;
}
}
/* check for existing one */
error = netmap_get_vale_na(hdr, &na, nmd, 0);
if (na) {
error = EBUSY;
goto unref_exit;
}
error = netmap_get_vale_na(hdr, &na,
nmd, 1 /* create if not exists */);
if (error) { /* no device */
goto unlock_exit;
}
if (na == NULL) { /* VALE prefix missing */
error = EINVAL;
goto unlock_exit;
}
if (NETMAP_OWNED_BY_ANY(na)) {
error = EBUSY;
goto unref_exit;
}
if (na->nm_bdg_ctl) {
/* nop for VALE ports. The bwrap needs to put the hwna
* in netmap mode (see netmap_bwrap_bdg_ctl)
*/
error = na->nm_bdg_ctl(hdr, na);
if (error)
goto unref_exit;
nm_prdis("registered %s to netmap-mode", na->name);
}
vpna = (struct netmap_vp_adapter *)na;
req->port_index = vpna->bdg_port;
if (nmd)
netmap_mem_put(nmd);
NMG_UNLOCK();
return 0;
unref_exit:
netmap_adapter_put(na);
unlock_exit:
if (nmd)
netmap_mem_put(nmd);
NMG_UNLOCK();
return error;
}
/* Process NETMAP_REQ_VALE_DETACH.
*/
int
netmap_vale_detach(struct nmreq_header *hdr, void *auth_token)
{
struct nmreq_vale_detach *nmreq_det = (void *)(uintptr_t)hdr->nr_body;
struct netmap_vp_adapter *vpna;
struct netmap_adapter *na;
struct nm_bridge *b = NULL;
int error;
NMG_LOCK();
/* permission check for modified bridges */
b = nm_find_bridge(hdr->nr_name, 0 /* don't create */, NULL);
if (b && !nm_bdg_valid_auth_token(b, auth_token)) {
error = EACCES;
goto unlock_exit;
}
error = netmap_get_vale_na(hdr, &na, NULL, 0 /* don't create */);
if (error) { /* no device, or another bridge or user owns the device */
goto unlock_exit;
}
if (na == NULL) { /* VALE prefix missing */
error = EINVAL;
goto unlock_exit;
} else if (nm_is_bwrap(na) &&
((struct netmap_bwrap_adapter *)na)->na_polling_state) {
/* Don't detach a NIC with polling */
error = EBUSY;
goto unref_exit;
}
vpna = (struct netmap_vp_adapter *)na;
if (na->na_vp != vpna) {
/* trying to detach first attach of VALE persistent port attached
* to 2 bridges
*/
error = EBUSY;
goto unref_exit;
}
nmreq_det->port_index = vpna->bdg_port;
if (na->nm_bdg_ctl) {
/* remove the port from bridge. The bwrap
* also needs to put the hwna in normal mode
*/
error = na->nm_bdg_ctl(hdr, na);
}
unref_exit:
netmap_adapter_put(na);
unlock_exit:
NMG_UNLOCK();
return error;
}
/* nm_dtor callback for ephemeral VALE ports */
static void
netmap_vale_vp_dtor(struct netmap_adapter *na)
{
struct netmap_vp_adapter *vpna = (struct netmap_vp_adapter*)na;
struct nm_bridge *b = vpna->na_bdg;
nm_prdis("%s has %d references", na->name, na->na_refcount);
if (b) {
netmap_bdg_detach_common(b, vpna->bdg_port, -1);
}
if (na->ifp != NULL && !nm_iszombie(na)) {
NM_DETACH_NA(na->ifp);
if (vpna->autodelete) {
nm_prdis("releasing %s", na->ifp->if_xname);
NMG_UNLOCK();
nm_os_vi_detach(na->ifp);
NMG_LOCK();
}
}
}
/* nm_krings_create callback for VALE ports.
* Calls the standard netmap_krings_create, then adds leases on rx
* rings and bdgfwd on tx rings.
*/
static int
netmap_vale_vp_krings_create(struct netmap_adapter *na)
{
u_int tailroom;
int error, i;
uint32_t *leases;
u_int nrx = netmap_real_rings(na, NR_RX);
/*
* Leases are attached to RX rings on vale ports
*/
tailroom = sizeof(uint32_t) * na->num_rx_desc * nrx;
error = netmap_krings_create(na, tailroom);
if (error)
return error;
leases = na->tailroom;
for (i = 0; i < nrx; i++) { /* Receive rings */
na->rx_rings[i]->nkr_leases = leases;
leases += na->num_rx_desc;
}
error = nm_alloc_bdgfwd(na);
if (error) {
netmap_krings_delete(na);
return error;
}
return 0;
}
/* nm_krings_delete callback for VALE ports. */
static void
netmap_vale_vp_krings_delete(struct netmap_adapter *na)
{
nm_free_bdgfwd(na);
netmap_krings_delete(na);
}
static int
nm_vale_flush(struct nm_bdg_fwd *ft, u_int n,
struct netmap_vp_adapter *na, u_int ring_nr);
/*
* main dispatch routine for the bridge.
* Grab packets from a kring, move them into the ft structure
* associated to the tx (input) port. Max one instance per port,
* filtered on input (ioctl, poll or XXX).
* Returns the next position in the ring.
*/
static int
nm_vale_preflush(struct netmap_kring *kring, u_int end)
{
struct netmap_vp_adapter *na =
(struct netmap_vp_adapter*)kring->na;
struct netmap_ring *ring = kring->ring;
struct nm_bdg_fwd *ft;
u_int ring_nr = kring->ring_id;
u_int j = kring->nr_hwcur, lim = kring->nkr_num_slots - 1;
u_int ft_i = 0; /* start from 0 */
u_int frags = 1; /* how many frags ? */
struct nm_bridge *b = na->na_bdg;
/* To protect against modifications to the bridge we acquire a
* shared lock, waiting if we can sleep (if the source port is
* attached to a user process) or with a trylock otherwise (NICs).
*/
nm_prdis("wait rlock for %d packets", ((j > end ? lim+1 : 0) + end) - j);
if (na->up.na_flags & NAF_BDG_MAYSLEEP)
BDG_RLOCK(b);
else if (!BDG_RTRYLOCK(b))
return j;
nm_prdis(5, "rlock acquired for %d packets", ((j > end ? lim+1 : 0) + end) - j);
ft = kring->nkr_ft;
for (; likely(j != end); j = nm_next(j, lim)) {
struct netmap_slot *slot = &ring->slot[j];
char *buf;
ft[ft_i].ft_len = slot->len;
ft[ft_i].ft_flags = slot->flags;
ft[ft_i].ft_offset = 0;
nm_prdis("flags is 0x%x", slot->flags);
/* we do not use the buf changed flag, but we still need to reset it */
slot->flags &= ~NS_BUF_CHANGED;
/* this slot goes into a list so initialize the link field */
ft[ft_i].ft_next = NM_FT_NULL;
buf = ft[ft_i].ft_buf = (slot->flags & NS_INDIRECT) ?
(void *)(uintptr_t)slot->ptr : NMB(&na->up, slot);
if (unlikely(buf == NULL)) {
nm_prlim(5, "NULL %s buffer pointer from %s slot %d len %d",
(slot->flags & NS_INDIRECT) ? "INDIRECT" : "DIRECT",
kring->name, j, ft[ft_i].ft_len);
buf = ft[ft_i].ft_buf = NETMAP_BUF_BASE(&na->up);
ft[ft_i].ft_len = 0;
ft[ft_i].ft_flags = 0;
}
__builtin_prefetch(buf);
++ft_i;
if (slot->flags & NS_MOREFRAG) {
frags++;
continue;
}
if (unlikely(netmap_verbose && frags > 1))
nm_prlim(5, "%d frags at %d", frags, ft_i - frags);
ft[ft_i - frags].ft_frags = frags;
frags = 1;
if (unlikely((int)ft_i >= bridge_batch))
ft_i = nm_vale_flush(ft, ft_i, na, ring_nr);
}
if (frags > 1) {
/* Here ft_i > 0, ft[ft_i-1].flags has NS_MOREFRAG, and we
* have to fix frags count. */
frags--;
ft[ft_i - 1].ft_flags &= ~NS_MOREFRAG;
ft[ft_i - frags].ft_frags = frags;
nm_prlim(5, "Truncate incomplete fragment at %d (%d frags)", ft_i, frags);
}
if (ft_i)
ft_i = nm_vale_flush(ft, ft_i, na, ring_nr);
BDG_RUNLOCK(b);
return j;
}
/* ----- FreeBSD if_bridge hash function ------- */
/*
* The following hash function is adapted from "Hash Functions" by Bob Jenkins
* ("Algorithm Alley", Dr. Dobbs Journal, September 1997).
*
* http://www.burtleburtle.net/bob/hash/spooky.html
*/
#define mix(a, b, c) \
do { \
a -= b; a -= c; a ^= (c >> 13); \
b -= c; b -= a; b ^= (a << 8); \
c -= a; c -= b; c ^= (b >> 13); \
a -= b; a -= c; a ^= (c >> 12); \
b -= c; b -= a; b ^= (a << 16); \
c -= a; c -= b; c ^= (b >> 5); \
a -= b; a -= c; a ^= (c >> 3); \
b -= c; b -= a; b ^= (a << 10); \
c -= a; c -= b; c ^= (b >> 15); \
} while (/*CONSTCOND*/0)
static __inline uint32_t
nm_vale_rthash(const uint8_t *addr)
{
uint32_t a = 0x9e3779b9, b = 0x9e3779b9, c = 0; // hask key
b += addr[5] << 8;
b += addr[4];
a += addr[3] << 24;
a += addr[2] << 16;
a += addr[1] << 8;
a += addr[0];
mix(a, b, c);
#define BRIDGE_RTHASH_MASK (NM_BDG_HASH-1)
return (c & BRIDGE_RTHASH_MASK);
}
#undef mix
/*
* Lookup function for a learning bridge.
* Update the hash table with the source address,
* and then returns the destination port index, and the
* ring in *dst_ring (at the moment, always use ring 0)
*/
uint32_t
netmap_vale_learning(struct nm_bdg_fwd *ft, uint8_t *dst_ring,
struct netmap_vp_adapter *na, void *private_data)
{
uint8_t *buf = ((uint8_t *)ft->ft_buf) + ft->ft_offset;
u_int buf_len = ft->ft_len - ft->ft_offset;
struct nm_hash_ent *ht = private_data;
uint32_t sh, dh;
u_int dst, mysrc = na->bdg_port;
uint64_t smac, dmac;
uint8_t indbuf[12];
if (buf_len < 14) {
return NM_BDG_NOPORT;
}
if (ft->ft_flags & NS_INDIRECT) {
if (copyin(buf, indbuf, sizeof(indbuf))) {
return NM_BDG_NOPORT;
}
buf = indbuf;
}
dmac = le64toh(*(uint64_t *)(buf)) & 0xffffffffffff;
smac = le64toh(*(uint64_t *)(buf + 4));
smac >>= 16;
/*
* The hash is somewhat expensive, there might be some
* worthwhile optimizations here.
*/
if (((buf[6] & 1) == 0) && (na->last_smac != smac)) { /* valid src */
uint8_t *s = buf+6;
sh = nm_vale_rthash(s); /* hash of source */
/* update source port forwarding entry */
na->last_smac = ht[sh].mac = smac; /* XXX expire ? */
ht[sh].ports = mysrc;
if (netmap_debug & NM_DEBUG_VALE)
nm_prinf("src %02x:%02x:%02x:%02x:%02x:%02x on port %d",
s[0], s[1], s[2], s[3], s[4], s[5], mysrc);
}
dst = NM_BDG_BROADCAST;
if ((buf[0] & 1) == 0) { /* unicast */
dh = nm_vale_rthash(buf); /* hash of dst */
if (ht[dh].mac == dmac) { /* found dst */
dst = ht[dh].ports;
}
}
return dst;
}
/*
* Available space in the ring. Only used in VALE code
* and only with is_rx = 1
*/
static inline uint32_t
nm_kr_space(struct netmap_kring *k, int is_rx)
{
int space;
if (is_rx) {
int busy = k->nkr_hwlease - k->nr_hwcur;
if (busy < 0)
busy += k->nkr_num_slots;
space = k->nkr_num_slots - 1 - busy;
} else {
/* XXX never used in this branch */
space = k->nr_hwtail - k->nkr_hwlease;
if (space < 0)
space += k->nkr_num_slots;
}
#if 0
// sanity check
if (k->nkr_hwlease >= k->nkr_num_slots ||
k->nr_hwcur >= k->nkr_num_slots ||
k->nr_tail >= k->nkr_num_slots ||
busy < 0 ||
busy >= k->nkr_num_slots) {
nm_prerr("invalid kring, cur %d tail %d lease %d lease_idx %d lim %d",
k->nr_hwcur, k->nr_hwtail, k->nkr_hwlease,
k->nkr_lease_idx, k->nkr_num_slots);
}
#endif
return space;
}
/* make a lease on the kring for N positions. return the
* lease index
* XXX only used in VALE code and with is_rx = 1
*/
static inline uint32_t
nm_kr_lease(struct netmap_kring *k, u_int n, int is_rx)
{
uint32_t lim = k->nkr_num_slots - 1;
uint32_t lease_idx = k->nkr_lease_idx;
k->nkr_leases[lease_idx] = NR_NOSLOT;
k->nkr_lease_idx = nm_next(lease_idx, lim);
#ifdef CONFIG_NETMAP_DEBUG
if (n > nm_kr_space(k, is_rx)) {
nm_prerr("invalid request for %d slots", n);
panic("x");
}
#endif /* CONFIG NETMAP_DEBUG */
/* XXX verify that there are n slots */
k->nkr_hwlease += n;
if (k->nkr_hwlease > lim)
k->nkr_hwlease -= lim + 1;
#ifdef CONFIG_NETMAP_DEBUG
if (k->nkr_hwlease >= k->nkr_num_slots ||
k->nr_hwcur >= k->nkr_num_slots ||
k->nr_hwtail >= k->nkr_num_slots ||
k->nkr_lease_idx >= k->nkr_num_slots) {
nm_prerr("invalid kring %s, cur %d tail %d lease %d lease_idx %d lim %d",
k->na->name,
k->nr_hwcur, k->nr_hwtail, k->nkr_hwlease,
k->nkr_lease_idx, k->nkr_num_slots);
}
#endif /* CONFIG_NETMAP_DEBUG */
return lease_idx;
}
/*
*
* This flush routine supports only unicast and broadcast but a large
* number of ports, and lets us replace the learn and dispatch functions.
*/
int
nm_vale_flush(struct nm_bdg_fwd *ft, u_int n, struct netmap_vp_adapter *na,
u_int ring_nr)
{
struct nm_vale_q *dst_ents, *brddst;
uint16_t num_dsts = 0, *dsts;
struct nm_bridge *b = na->na_bdg;
u_int i, me = na->bdg_port;
/*
* The work area (pointed by ft) is followed by an array of
* pointers to queues , dst_ents; there are NM_BDG_MAXRINGS
* queues per port plus one for the broadcast traffic.
* Then we have an array of destination indexes.
*/
dst_ents = (struct nm_vale_q *)(ft + NM_BDG_BATCH_MAX);
dsts = (uint16_t *)(dst_ents + NM_BDG_MAXPORTS * NM_BDG_MAXRINGS + 1);
/* first pass: find a destination for each packet in the batch */
for (i = 0; likely(i < n); i += ft[i].ft_frags) {
uint8_t dst_ring = ring_nr; /* default, same ring as origin */
uint16_t dst_port, d_i;
struct nm_vale_q *d;
struct nm_bdg_fwd *start_ft = NULL;
nm_prdis("slot %d frags %d", i, ft[i].ft_frags);
if (na->up.virt_hdr_len < ft[i].ft_len) {
ft[i].ft_offset = na->up.virt_hdr_len;
start_ft = &ft[i];
} else if (na->up.virt_hdr_len == ft[i].ft_len && ft[i].ft_flags & NS_MOREFRAG) {
ft[i].ft_offset = ft[i].ft_len;
start_ft = &ft[i+1];
} else {
/* Drop the packet if the virtio-net header is not into the first
* fragment nor at the very beginning of the second.
*/
continue;
}
dst_port = b->bdg_ops.lookup(start_ft, &dst_ring, na, b->private_data);
if (netmap_verbose > 255)
nm_prlim(5, "slot %d port %d -> %d", i, me, dst_port);
if (dst_port >= NM_BDG_NOPORT)
continue; /* this packet is identified to be dropped */
else if (dst_port == NM_BDG_BROADCAST)
dst_ring = 0; /* broadcasts always go to ring 0 */
else if (unlikely(dst_port == me ||
!b->bdg_ports[dst_port]))
continue;
/* get a position in the scratch pad */
d_i = dst_port * NM_BDG_MAXRINGS + dst_ring;
d = dst_ents + d_i;
/* append the first fragment to the list */
if (d->bq_head == NM_FT_NULL) { /* new destination */
d->bq_head = d->bq_tail = i;
/* remember this position to be scanned later */
if (dst_port != NM_BDG_BROADCAST)
dsts[num_dsts++] = d_i;
} else {
ft[d->bq_tail].ft_next = i;
d->bq_tail = i;
}
d->bq_len += ft[i].ft_frags;
}
/*
* Broadcast traffic goes to ring 0 on all destinations.
* So we need to add these rings to the list of ports to scan.
* XXX at the moment we scan all NM_BDG_MAXPORTS ports, which is
* expensive. We should keep a compact list of active destinations
* so we could shorten this loop.
*/
brddst = dst_ents + NM_BDG_BROADCAST * NM_BDG_MAXRINGS;
if (brddst->bq_head != NM_FT_NULL) {
u_int j;
for (j = 0; likely(j < b->bdg_active_ports); j++) {
uint16_t d_i;
i = b->bdg_port_index[j];
if (unlikely(i == me))
continue;
d_i = i * NM_BDG_MAXRINGS;
if (dst_ents[d_i].bq_head == NM_FT_NULL)
dsts[num_dsts++] = d_i;
}
}
nm_prdis(5, "pass 1 done %d pkts %d dsts", n, num_dsts);
/* second pass: scan destinations */
for (i = 0; i < num_dsts; i++) {
struct netmap_vp_adapter *dst_na;
struct netmap_kring *kring;
struct netmap_ring *ring;
u_int dst_nr, lim, j, d_i, next, brd_next;
u_int needed, howmany;
int retry = netmap_txsync_retry;
struct nm_vale_q *d;
uint32_t my_start = 0, lease_idx = 0;
int nrings;
int virt_hdr_mismatch = 0;
d_i = dsts[i];
nm_prdis("second pass %d port %d", i, d_i);
d = dst_ents + d_i;
// XXX fix the division
dst_na = b->bdg_ports[d_i/NM_BDG_MAXRINGS];
/* protect from the lookup function returning an inactive
* destination port
*/
if (unlikely(dst_na == NULL))
goto cleanup;
if (dst_na->up.na_flags & NAF_SW_ONLY)
goto cleanup;
/*
* The interface may be in !netmap mode in two cases:
* - when na is attached but not activated yet;
* - when na is being deactivated but is still attached.
*/
if (unlikely(!nm_netmap_on(&dst_na->up))) {
nm_prdis("not in netmap mode!");
goto cleanup;
}
/* there is at least one either unicast or broadcast packet */
brd_next = brddst->bq_head;
next = d->bq_head;
/* we need to reserve this many slots. If fewer are
* available, some packets will be dropped.
* Packets may have multiple fragments, so we may not use
* there is a chance that we may not use all of the slots
* we have claimed, so we will need to handle the leftover
* ones when we regain the lock.
*/
needed = d->bq_len + brddst->bq_len;
if (unlikely(dst_na->up.virt_hdr_len != na->up.virt_hdr_len)) {
if (netmap_verbose) {
nm_prlim(3, "virt_hdr_mismatch, src %d dst %d", na->up.virt_hdr_len,
dst_na->up.virt_hdr_len);
}
/* There is a virtio-net header/offloadings mismatch between
* source and destination. The slower mismatch datapath will
* be used to cope with all the mismatches.
*/
virt_hdr_mismatch = 1;
if (dst_na->mfs < na->mfs) {
/* We may need to do segmentation offloadings, and so
* we may need a number of destination slots greater
* than the number of input slots ('needed').
* We look for the smallest integer 'x' which satisfies:
* needed * na->mfs + x * H <= x * na->mfs
* where 'H' is the length of the longest header that may
* be replicated in the segmentation process (e.g. for
* TCPv4 we must account for ethernet header, IP header
* and TCPv4 header).
*/
KASSERT(dst_na->mfs > 0, ("vpna->mfs is 0"));
needed = (needed * na->mfs) /
(dst_na->mfs - WORST_CASE_GSO_HEADER) + 1;
nm_prdis(3, "srcmtu=%u, dstmtu=%u, x=%u", na->mfs, dst_na->mfs, needed);
}
}
nm_prdis(5, "pass 2 dst %d is %x %s",
i, d_i, is_vp ? "virtual" : "nic/host");
dst_nr = d_i & (NM_BDG_MAXRINGS-1);
nrings = dst_na->up.num_rx_rings;
if (dst_nr >= nrings)
dst_nr = dst_nr % nrings;
kring = dst_na->up.rx_rings[dst_nr];
ring = kring->ring;
/* the destination ring may have not been opened for RX */
if (unlikely(ring == NULL || kring->nr_mode != NKR_NETMAP_ON))
goto cleanup;
lim = kring->nkr_num_slots - 1;
retry:
if (dst_na->retry && retry) {
/* try to get some free slot from the previous run */
kring->nm_notify(kring, NAF_FORCE_RECLAIM);
/* actually useful only for bwraps, since there
* the notify will trigger a txsync on the hwna. VALE ports
* have dst_na->retry == 0
*/
}
/* reserve the buffers in the queue and an entry
* to report completion, and drop lock.
* XXX this might become a helper function.
*/
mtx_lock(&kring->q_lock);
if (kring->nkr_stopped) {
mtx_unlock(&kring->q_lock);
goto cleanup;
}
my_start = j = kring->nkr_hwlease;
howmany = nm_kr_space(kring, 1);
if (needed < howmany)
howmany = needed;
lease_idx = nm_kr_lease(kring, howmany, 1);
mtx_unlock(&kring->q_lock);
/* only retry if we need more than available slots */
if (retry && needed <= howmany)
retry = 0;
/* copy to the destination queue */
while (howmany > 0) {
struct netmap_slot *slot;
struct nm_bdg_fwd *ft_p, *ft_end;
u_int cnt;
/* find the queue from which we pick next packet.
* NM_FT_NULL is always higher than valid indexes
* so we never dereference it if the other list
* has packets (and if both are empty we never
* get here).
*/
if (next < brd_next) {
ft_p = ft + next;
next = ft_p->ft_next;
} else { /* insert broadcast */
ft_p = ft + brd_next;
brd_next = ft_p->ft_next;
}
cnt = ft_p->ft_frags; // cnt > 0
if (unlikely(cnt > howmany))
break; /* no more space */
if (netmap_verbose && cnt > 1)
nm_prlim(5, "rx %d frags to %d", cnt, j);
ft_end = ft_p + cnt;
if (unlikely(virt_hdr_mismatch)) {
bdg_mismatch_datapath(na, dst_na, ft_p, ring, &j, lim, &howmany);
} else {
howmany -= cnt;
do {
char *dst, *src = ft_p->ft_buf;
size_t copy_len = ft_p->ft_len, dst_len = copy_len;
slot = &ring->slot[j];
dst = NMB(&dst_na->up, slot);
nm_prdis("send [%d] %d(%d) bytes at %s:%d",
i, (int)copy_len, (int)dst_len,
NM_IFPNAME(dst_ifp), j);
/* round to a multiple of 64 */
copy_len = (copy_len + 63) & ~63;
if (unlikely(copy_len > NETMAP_BUF_SIZE(&dst_na->up) ||
copy_len > NETMAP_BUF_SIZE(&na->up))) {
nm_prlim(5, "invalid len %d, down to 64", (int)copy_len);
copy_len = dst_len = 64; // XXX
}
if (ft_p->ft_flags & NS_INDIRECT) {
if (copyin(src, dst, copy_len)) {
// invalid user pointer, pretend len is 0
dst_len = 0;
}
} else {
//memcpy(dst, src, copy_len);
pkt_copy(src, dst, (int)copy_len);
}
slot->len = dst_len;
slot->flags = (cnt << 8)| NS_MOREFRAG;
j = nm_next(j, lim);
needed--;
ft_p++;
} while (ft_p != ft_end);
slot->flags = (cnt << 8); /* clear flag on last entry */
}
/* are we done ? */
if (next == NM_FT_NULL && brd_next == NM_FT_NULL)
break;
}
{
/* current position */
uint32_t *p = kring->nkr_leases; /* shorthand */
uint32_t update_pos;
int still_locked = 1;
mtx_lock(&kring->q_lock);
if (unlikely(howmany > 0)) {
/* not used all bufs. If i am the last one
* i can recover the slots, otherwise must
* fill them with 0 to mark empty packets.
*/
nm_prdis("leftover %d bufs", howmany);
if (nm_next(lease_idx, lim) == kring->nkr_lease_idx) {
/* yes i am the last one */
nm_prdis("roll back nkr_hwlease to %d", j);
kring->nkr_hwlease = j;
} else {
while (howmany-- > 0) {
ring->slot[j].len = 0;
ring->slot[j].flags = 0;
j = nm_next(j, lim);
}
}
}
p[lease_idx] = j; /* report I am done */
update_pos = kring->nr_hwtail;
if (my_start == update_pos) {
/* all slots before my_start have been reported,
* so scan subsequent leases to see if other ranges
* have been completed, and to a selwakeup or txsync.
*/
while (lease_idx != kring->nkr_lease_idx &&
p[lease_idx] != NR_NOSLOT) {
j = p[lease_idx];
p[lease_idx] = NR_NOSLOT;
lease_idx = nm_next(lease_idx, lim);
}
/* j is the new 'write' position. j != my_start
* means there are new buffers to report
*/
if (likely(j != my_start)) {
kring->nr_hwtail = j;
still_locked = 0;
mtx_unlock(&kring->q_lock);
kring->nm_notify(kring, 0);
/* this is netmap_notify for VALE ports and
* netmap_bwrap_notify for bwrap. The latter will
* trigger a txsync on the underlying hwna
*/
if (dst_na->retry && retry--) {
/* XXX this is going to call nm_notify again.
* Only useful for bwrap in virtual machines
*/
goto retry;
}
}
}
if (still_locked)
mtx_unlock(&kring->q_lock);
}
cleanup:
d->bq_head = d->bq_tail = NM_FT_NULL; /* cleanup */
d->bq_len = 0;
}
brddst->bq_head = brddst->bq_tail = NM_FT_NULL; /* cleanup */
brddst->bq_len = 0;
return 0;
}
/* nm_txsync callback for VALE ports */
static int
netmap_vale_vp_txsync(struct netmap_kring *kring, int flags)
{
struct netmap_vp_adapter *na =
(struct netmap_vp_adapter *)kring->na;
u_int done;
u_int const lim = kring->nkr_num_slots - 1;
u_int const head = kring->rhead;
if (bridge_batch <= 0) { /* testing only */
done = head; // used all
goto done;
}
if (!na->na_bdg) {
done = head;
goto done;
}
if (bridge_batch > NM_BDG_BATCH)
bridge_batch = NM_BDG_BATCH;
done = nm_vale_preflush(kring, head);
done:
if (done != head)
nm_prerr("early break at %d/ %d, tail %d", done, head, kring->nr_hwtail);
/*
* packets between 'done' and 'cur' are left unsent.
*/
kring->nr_hwcur = done;
kring->nr_hwtail = nm_prev(done, lim);
if (netmap_debug & NM_DEBUG_TXSYNC)
nm_prinf("%s ring %d flags %d", na->up.name, kring->ring_id, flags);
return 0;
}
/* create a netmap_vp_adapter that describes a VALE port.
* Only persistent VALE ports have a non-null ifp.
*/
static int
netmap_vale_vp_create(struct nmreq_header *hdr, struct ifnet *ifp,
struct netmap_mem_d *nmd, struct netmap_vp_adapter **ret)
{
struct nmreq_register *req = (struct nmreq_register *)(uintptr_t)hdr->nr_body;
struct netmap_vp_adapter *vpna;
struct netmap_adapter *na;
int error = 0;
u_int npipes = 0;
u_int extrabufs = 0;
if (hdr->nr_reqtype != NETMAP_REQ_REGISTER) {
return EINVAL;
}
vpna = nm_os_malloc(sizeof(*vpna));
if (vpna == NULL)
return ENOMEM;
na = &vpna->up;
na->ifp = ifp;
strlcpy(na->name, hdr->nr_name, sizeof(na->name));
/* bound checking */
na->num_tx_rings = req->nr_tx_rings;
nm_bound_var(&na->num_tx_rings, 1, 1, NM_BDG_MAXRINGS, NULL);
req->nr_tx_rings = na->num_tx_rings; /* write back */
na->num_rx_rings = req->nr_rx_rings;
nm_bound_var(&na->num_rx_rings, 1, 1, NM_BDG_MAXRINGS, NULL);
req->nr_rx_rings = na->num_rx_rings; /* write back */
nm_bound_var(&req->nr_tx_slots, NM_BRIDGE_RINGSIZE,
1, NM_BDG_MAXSLOTS, NULL);
na->num_tx_desc = req->nr_tx_slots;
nm_bound_var(&req->nr_rx_slots, NM_BRIDGE_RINGSIZE,
1, NM_BDG_MAXSLOTS, NULL);
/* validate number of pipes. We want at least 1,
* but probably can do with some more.
* So let's use 2 as default (when 0 is supplied)
*/
nm_bound_var(&npipes, 2, 1, NM_MAXPIPES, NULL);
/* validate extra bufs */
extrabufs = req->nr_extra_bufs;
nm_bound_var(&extrabufs, 0, 0,
128*NM_BDG_MAXSLOTS, NULL);
req->nr_extra_bufs = extrabufs; /* write back */
na->num_rx_desc = req->nr_rx_slots;
/* Set the mfs to a default value, as it is needed on the VALE
* mismatch datapath. XXX We should set it according to the MTU
* known to the kernel. */
vpna->mfs = NM_BDG_MFS_DEFAULT;
vpna->last_smac = ~0llu;
/*if (vpna->mfs > netmap_buf_size) TODO netmap_buf_size is zero??
vpna->mfs = netmap_buf_size; */
if (netmap_verbose)
nm_prinf("max frame size %u", vpna->mfs);
na->na_flags |= NAF_BDG_MAYSLEEP;
/* persistent VALE ports look like hw devices
* with a native netmap adapter
*/
if (ifp)
na->na_flags |= NAF_NATIVE;
na->nm_txsync = netmap_vale_vp_txsync;
na->nm_rxsync = netmap_vp_rxsync; /* use the one provided by bdg */
na->nm_register = netmap_vp_reg; /* use the one provided by bdg */
na->nm_krings_create = netmap_vale_vp_krings_create;
na->nm_krings_delete = netmap_vale_vp_krings_delete;
na->nm_dtor = netmap_vale_vp_dtor;
nm_prdis("nr_mem_id %d", req->nr_mem_id);
na->nm_mem = nmd ?
netmap_mem_get(nmd):
netmap_mem_private_new(
na->num_tx_rings, na->num_tx_desc,
na->num_rx_rings, na->num_rx_desc,
req->nr_extra_bufs, npipes, &error);
if (na->nm_mem == NULL)
goto err;
na->nm_bdg_attach = netmap_vale_vp_bdg_attach;
/* other nmd fields are set in the common routine */
error = netmap_attach_common(na);
if (error)
goto err;
*ret = vpna;
return 0;
err:
if (na->nm_mem != NULL)
netmap_mem_put(na->nm_mem);
nm_os_free(vpna);
return error;
}
/* nm_bdg_attach callback for VALE ports
* The na_vp port is this same netmap_adapter. There is no host port.
*/
static int
netmap_vale_vp_bdg_attach(const char *name, struct netmap_adapter *na,
struct nm_bridge *b)
{
struct netmap_vp_adapter *vpna = (struct netmap_vp_adapter *)na;
if ((b->bdg_flags & NM_BDG_NEED_BWRAP) || vpna->na_bdg) {
return NM_NEED_BWRAP;
}
na->na_vp = vpna;
strlcpy(na->name, name, sizeof(na->name));
na->na_hostvp = NULL;
return 0;
}
static int
netmap_vale_bwrap_krings_create(struct netmap_adapter *na)
{
int error;
/* impersonate a netmap_vp_adapter */
error = netmap_vale_vp_krings_create(na);
if (error)
return error;
error = netmap_bwrap_krings_create_common(na);
if (error) {
netmap_vale_vp_krings_delete(na);
}
return error;
}
static void
netmap_vale_bwrap_krings_delete(struct netmap_adapter *na)
{
netmap_bwrap_krings_delete_common(na);
netmap_vale_vp_krings_delete(na);
}
static int
netmap_vale_bwrap_attach(const char *nr_name, struct netmap_adapter *hwna)
{
struct netmap_bwrap_adapter *bna;
struct netmap_adapter *na = NULL;
struct netmap_adapter *hostna = NULL;
int error;
bna = nm_os_malloc(sizeof(*bna));
if (bna == NULL) {
return ENOMEM;
}
na = &bna->up.up;
strlcpy(na->name, nr_name, sizeof(na->name));
na->nm_register = netmap_bwrap_reg;
na->nm_txsync = netmap_vale_vp_txsync;
// na->nm_rxsync = netmap_bwrap_rxsync;
na->nm_krings_create = netmap_vale_bwrap_krings_create;
na->nm_krings_delete = netmap_vale_bwrap_krings_delete;
na->nm_notify = netmap_bwrap_notify;
bna->up.retry = 1; /* XXX maybe this should depend on the hwna */
/* Set the mfs, needed on the VALE mismatch datapath. */
bna->up.mfs = NM_BDG_MFS_DEFAULT;
if (hwna->na_flags & NAF_HOST_RINGS) {
hostna = &bna->host.up;
hostna->nm_notify = netmap_bwrap_notify;
bna->host.mfs = NM_BDG_MFS_DEFAULT;
}
error = netmap_bwrap_attach_common(na, hwna);
if (error) {
nm_os_free(bna);
}
return error;
}
int
netmap_get_vale_na(struct nmreq_header *hdr, struct netmap_adapter **na,
struct netmap_mem_d *nmd, int create)
{
return netmap_get_bdg_na(hdr, na, nmd, create, &vale_bdg_ops);
}
/* creates a persistent VALE port */
int
nm_vi_create(struct nmreq_header *hdr)
{
struct nmreq_vale_newif *req =
(struct nmreq_vale_newif *)(uintptr_t)hdr->nr_body;
int error = 0;
/* Build a nmreq_register out of the nmreq_vale_newif,
* so that we can call netmap_get_bdg_na(). */
struct nmreq_register regreq;
bzero(&regreq, sizeof(regreq));
regreq.nr_tx_slots = req->nr_tx_slots;
regreq.nr_rx_slots = req->nr_rx_slots;
regreq.nr_tx_rings = req->nr_tx_rings;
regreq.nr_rx_rings = req->nr_rx_rings;
regreq.nr_mem_id = req->nr_mem_id;
hdr->nr_reqtype = NETMAP_REQ_REGISTER;
hdr->nr_body = (uintptr_t)&regreq;
error = netmap_vi_create(hdr, 0 /* no autodelete */);
hdr->nr_reqtype = NETMAP_REQ_VALE_NEWIF;
hdr->nr_body = (uintptr_t)req;
/* Write back to the original struct. */
req->nr_tx_slots = regreq.nr_tx_slots;
req->nr_rx_slots = regreq.nr_rx_slots;
req->nr_tx_rings = regreq.nr_tx_rings;
req->nr_rx_rings = regreq.nr_rx_rings;
req->nr_mem_id = regreq.nr_mem_id;
return error;
}
/* remove a persistent VALE port from the system */
int
nm_vi_destroy(const char *name)
{
struct ifnet *ifp;
struct netmap_vp_adapter *vpna;
int error;
ifp = ifunit_ref(name);
if (!ifp)
return ENXIO;
NMG_LOCK();
/* make sure this is actually a VALE port */
if (!NM_NA_VALID(ifp) || NA(ifp)->nm_register != netmap_vp_reg) {
error = EINVAL;
goto err;
}
vpna = (struct netmap_vp_adapter *)NA(ifp);
/* we can only destroy ports that were created via NETMAP_BDG_NEWIF */
if (vpna->autodelete) {
error = EINVAL;
goto err;
}
/* also make sure that nobody is using the inferface */
if (NETMAP_OWNED_BY_ANY(&vpna->up) ||
vpna->up.na_refcount > 1 /* any ref besides the one in nm_vi_create()? */) {
error = EBUSY;
goto err;
}
NMG_UNLOCK();
if (netmap_verbose)
nm_prinf("destroying a persistent vale interface %s", ifp->if_xname);
/* Linux requires all the references are released
* before unregister
*/
netmap_detach(ifp);
if_rele(ifp);
nm_os_vi_detach(ifp);
return 0;
err:
NMG_UNLOCK();
if_rele(ifp);
return error;
}
static int
nm_update_info(struct nmreq_register *req, struct netmap_adapter *na)
{
req->nr_rx_rings = na->num_rx_rings;
req->nr_tx_rings = na->num_tx_rings;
req->nr_rx_slots = na->num_rx_desc;
req->nr_tx_slots = na->num_tx_desc;
return netmap_mem_get_info(na->nm_mem, &req->nr_memsize, NULL,
&req->nr_mem_id);
}
/*
* Create a virtual interface registered to the system.
* The interface will be attached to a bridge later.
*/
int
netmap_vi_create(struct nmreq_header *hdr, int autodelete)
{
struct nmreq_register *req = (struct nmreq_register *)(uintptr_t)hdr->nr_body;
struct ifnet *ifp;
struct netmap_vp_adapter *vpna;
struct netmap_mem_d *nmd = NULL;
int error;
if (hdr->nr_reqtype != NETMAP_REQ_REGISTER) {
return EINVAL;
}
/* don't include VALE prefix */
if (!strncmp(hdr->nr_name, NM_BDG_NAME, strlen(NM_BDG_NAME)))
return EINVAL;
if (strlen(hdr->nr_name) >= IFNAMSIZ) {
return EINVAL;
}
ifp = ifunit_ref(hdr->nr_name);
if (ifp) { /* already exist, cannot create new one */
error = EEXIST;
NMG_LOCK();
if (NM_NA_VALID(ifp)) {
int update_err = nm_update_info(req, NA(ifp));
if (update_err)
error = update_err;
}
NMG_UNLOCK();
if_rele(ifp);
return error;
}
error = nm_os_vi_persist(hdr->nr_name, &ifp);
if (error)
return error;
NMG_LOCK();
if (req->nr_mem_id) {
nmd = netmap_mem_find(req->nr_mem_id);
if (nmd == NULL) {
error = EINVAL;
goto err_1;
}
}
/* netmap_vp_create creates a struct netmap_vp_adapter */
error = netmap_vale_vp_create(hdr, ifp, nmd, &vpna);
if (error) {
if (netmap_debug & NM_DEBUG_VALE)
nm_prerr("error %d", error);
goto err_1;
}
/* persist-specific routines */
vpna->up.nm_bdg_ctl = netmap_vp_bdg_ctl;
if (!autodelete) {
netmap_adapter_get(&vpna->up);
} else {
vpna->autodelete = 1;
}
NM_ATTACH_NA(ifp, &vpna->up);
/* return the updated info */
error = nm_update_info(req, &vpna->up);
if (error) {
goto err_2;
}
nm_prdis("returning nr_mem_id %d", req->nr_mem_id);
if (nmd)
netmap_mem_put(nmd);
NMG_UNLOCK();
nm_prdis("created %s", ifp->if_xname);
return 0;
err_2:
netmap_detach(ifp);
err_1:
if (nmd)
netmap_mem_put(nmd);
NMG_UNLOCK();
nm_os_vi_detach(ifp);
return error;
}
#endif /* WITH_VALE */
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