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bostic committed Mar 11, 1990
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/*-
* job.h --
* Definitions pertaining to the running of jobs in parallel mode.
* Exported from job.c for the use of remote-execution modules.
*
* Copyright (c) 1988, 1989 by the Regents of the University of California
* Copyright (c) 1988, 1989 by Adam de Boor
* Copyright (c) 1989 by Berkeley Softworks
*
* Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
* software and its documentation for any non-commercial purpose
* and without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright
* notice appears in all copies. The University of California,
* Berkeley Softworks and Adam de Boor make no representations about
* the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is provided
* "as is" without express or implied warranty.
*
* "$Id: job.h,v 1.1 89/11/14 13:44:21 adam Exp $ SPRITE (Berkeley)"
*/
#ifndef _JOB_H_
#define _JOB_H_
#define TMPPAT "/tmp/makeXXXXX"
/*
* The SEL_ constants determine the maximum amount of time spent in select
* before coming out to see if a child has finished. SEL_SEC is the number of
* seconds and SEL_USEC is the number of micro-seconds
*/
#define SEL_SEC 0
#define SEL_USEC 500000
/*-
* Job Table definitions.
*
* Each job has several things associated with it:
* 1) The process id of the child shell
* 2) The graph node describing the target being made by this job
* 3) A LstNode for the first command to be saved after the job
* completes. This is NILLNODE if there was no "..." in the job's
* commands.
* 4) An FILE* for writing out the commands. This is only
* used before the job is actually started.
* 5) A union of things used for handling the shell's output. Different
* parts of the union are used based on the value of the usePipes
* flag. If it is true, the output is being caught via a pipe and
* the descriptors of our pipe, an array in which output is line
* buffered and the current position in that buffer are all
* maintained for each job. If, on the other hand, usePipes is false,
* the output is routed to a temporary file and all that is kept
* is the name of the file and the descriptor open to the file.
* 6) An identifier provided by and for the exclusive use of the
* Rmt module.
* 7) A word of flags which determine how the module handles errors,
* echoing, etc. for the job
*
* The job "table" is kept as a linked Lst in 'jobs', with the number of
* active jobs maintained in the 'nJobs' variable. At no time will this
* exceed the value of 'maxJobs', initialized by the Job_Init function.
*
* When a job is finished, the Make_Update function is called on each of the
* parents of the node which was just remade. This takes care of the upward
* traversal of the dependency graph.
*/
#define JOB_BUFSIZE 1024
typedef struct Job {
int pid; /* The child's process ID */
GNode *node; /* The target the child is making */
LstNode tailCmds; /* The node of the first command to be
* saved when the job has been run */
FILE *cmdFILE; /* When creating the shell script, this is
* where the commands go */
char *rmtID; /* ID returned from Rmt module */
short flags; /* Flags to control treatment of job */
#define JOB_IGNERR 0x001 /* Ignore non-zero exits */
#define JOB_SILENT 0x002 /* no output */
#define JOB_SPECIAL 0x004 /* Target is a special one. i.e. run it locally
* if we can't export it and maxLocal is 0 */
#define JOB_IGNDOTS 0x008 /* Ignore "..." lines when processing
* commands */
#define JOB_REMOTE 0x010 /* Job is running remotely */
#define JOB_FIRST 0x020 /* Job is first job for the node */
#define JOB_REMIGRATE 0x040 /* Job needs to be remigrated */
#define JOB_RESTART 0x080 /* Job needs to be completely restarted */
#define JOB_RESUME 0x100 /* Job needs to be resumed b/c it stopped,
* for some reason */
#define JOB_CONTINUING 0x200 /* We are in the process of resuming this job.
* Used to avoid infinite recursion between
* JobFinish and JobRestart */
union {
struct {
int op_inPipe; /* Input side of pipe associated
* with job's output channel */
int op_outPipe; /* Output side of pipe associated with
* job's output channel */
char op_outBuf[JOB_BUFSIZE + 1];
/* Buffer for storing the output of the
* job, line by line */
int op_curPos; /* Current position in op_outBuf */
} o_pipe; /* data used when catching the output via
* a pipe */
struct {
char of_outFile[sizeof(TMPPAT)+2];
/* Name of file to which shell output
* was rerouted */
int of_outFd; /* Stream open to the output
* file. Used to funnel all
* from a single job to one file
* while still allowing
* multiple shell invocations */
} o_file; /* Data used when catching the output in
* a temporary file */
} output; /* Data for tracking a shell's output */
} Job;
#define outPipe output.o_pipe.op_outPipe
#define inPipe output.o_pipe.op_inPipe
#define outBuf output.o_pipe.op_outBuf
#define curPos output.o_pipe.op_curPos
#define outFile output.o_file.of_outFile
#define outFd output.o_file.of_outFd
/*-
* Shell Specifications:
* Each shell type has associated with it the following information:
* 1) The string which must match the last character of the shell name
* for the shell to be considered of this type. The longest match
* wins.
* 2) A command to issue to turn off echoing of command lines
* 3) A command to issue to turn echoing back on again
* 4) What the shell prints, and its length, when given the echo-off
* command. This line will not be printed when received from the shell
* 5) A boolean to tell if the shell has the ability to control
* error checking for individual commands.
* 6) The string to turn this checking on.
* 7) The string to turn it off.
* 8) The command-flag to give to cause the shell to start echoing
* commands right away.
* 9) The command-flag to cause the shell to Lib_Exit when an error is
* detected in one of the commands.
*
* Some special stuff goes on if a shell doesn't have error control. In such
* a case, errCheck becomes a printf template for echoing the command,
* should echoing be on and ignErr becomes another printf template for
* executing the command while ignoring the return status. If either of these
* strings is empty when hasErrCtl is FALSE, the command will be executed
* anyway as is and if it causes an error, so be it.
*/
typedef struct Shell {
char *name; /* the name of the shell. For Bourne and C
* shells, this is used only to find the
* shell description when used as the single
* source of a .SHELL target. For user-defined
* shells, this is the full path of the shell.
*/
Boolean hasEchoCtl; /* True if both echoOff and echoOn defined */
char *echoOff; /* command to turn off echo */
char *echoOn; /* command to turn it back on again */
char *noPrint; /* command to skip when printing output from
* shell. This is usually the command which
* was executed to turn off echoing */
int noPLen; /* length of noPrint command */
Boolean hasErrCtl; /* set if can control error checking for
* individual commands */
char *errCheck; /* string to turn error checking on */
char *ignErr; /* string to turn off error checking */
/*
* command-line flags
*/
char *echo; /* echo commands */
char *exit; /* exit on error */
} Shell;
extern char *targFmt; /* Format string for banner that separates
* output from multiple jobs. Contains a
* single %s where the name of the node being
* made should be put. */
extern GNode *lastNode; /* Last node for which a banner was printed.
* If Rmt module finds it necessary to print
* a banner, it should set this to the node
* for which the banner was printed */
extern int nJobs; /* Number of jobs running (local and remote) */
extern int nLocal; /* Number of jobs running locally */
extern Lst jobs; /* List of active job descriptors */
extern Lst stoppedJobs; /* List of jobs that are stopped or didn't
* quite get started */
extern Boolean jobFull; /* Non-zero if no more jobs should/will start*/
/*
* These functions should be used only by an intelligent Rmt module, hence
* their names do *not* include an underscore as they are not fully exported,
* if you see what I mean.
*/
extern void JobDoOutput(/* job, final? */); /* Funnel output from
* job->outPipe to the screen,
* filtering out echo-off
* strings etc. */
extern void JobFinish(/* job, status */); /* Finish out a job. If
* status indicates job has
* just stopped, not finished,
* the descriptor is placed on
* the stoppedJobs list. */
#endif /* _JOB_H_ */
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