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/*
 * Copyright (c) 2010, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
 * Copyright (c) 2013 by Delphix. All rights reserved.
 */

#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/param.h>
#include <sys/errno.h>
#include <sys/kmem.h>
#include <sys/conf.h>
#include <sys/sunddi.h>
#include <sys/zfs_ioctl.h>
#include <sys/zfs_onexit.h>
#include <sys/zvol.h>

/*
 * ZFS kernel routines may add/delete callback routines to be invoked
 * upon process exit (triggered via the close operation from the /dev/zfs
 * driver).
 *
 * These cleanup callbacks are intended to allow for the accumulation
 * of kernel state across multiple ioctls.  User processes participate
 * by opening ZFS_DEV with O_EXCL. This causes the ZFS driver to do a
 * clone-open, generating a unique minor number. The process then passes
 * along that file descriptor to each ioctl that might have a cleanup operation.
 *
 * Consumers of the onexit routines should call zfs_onexit_fd_hold() early
 * on to validate the given fd and add a reference to its file table entry.
 * This allows the consumer to do its work and then add a callback, knowing
 * that zfs_onexit_add_cb() won't fail with EBADF.  When finished, consumers
 * should call zfs_onexit_fd_rele().
 *
 * A simple example is zfs_ioc_recv(), where we might create an AVL tree
 * with dataset/GUID mappings and then reuse that tree on subsequent
 * zfs_ioc_recv() calls.
 *
 * On the first zfs_ioc_recv() call, dmu_recv_stream() will kmem_alloc()
 * the AVL tree and pass it along with a callback function to
 * zfs_onexit_add_cb(). The zfs_onexit_add_cb() routine will register the
 * callback and return an action handle.
 *
 * The action handle is then passed from user space to subsequent
 * zfs_ioc_recv() calls, so that dmu_recv_stream() can fetch its AVL tree
 * by calling zfs_onexit_cb_data() with the device minor number and
 * action handle.
 *
 * If the user process exits abnormally, the callback is invoked implicitly
 * as part of the driver close operation.  Once the user space process is
 * finished with the accumulated kernel state, it can also just call close(2)
 * on the cleanup fd to trigger the cleanup callback.
 */

void
zfs_onexit_init(zfs_onexit_t **zop)
{
	zfs_onexit_t *zo;

	zo = *zop = kmem_zalloc(sizeof (zfs_onexit_t), KM_SLEEP);
	mutex_init(&zo->zo_lock, NULL, MUTEX_DEFAULT, NULL);
	list_create(&zo->zo_actions, sizeof (zfs_onexit_action_node_t),
	    offsetof(zfs_onexit_action_node_t, za_link));
}

void
zfs_onexit_destroy(zfs_onexit_t *zo)
{
	zfs_onexit_action_node_t *ap;

	mutex_enter(&zo->zo_lock);
	while ((ap = list_head(&zo->zo_actions)) != NULL) {
		list_remove(&zo->zo_actions, ap);
		mutex_exit(&zo->zo_lock);
		ap->za_func(ap->za_data);
		kmem_free(ap, sizeof (zfs_onexit_action_node_t));
		mutex_enter(&zo->zo_lock);
	}
	mutex_exit(&zo->zo_lock);

	list_destroy(&zo->zo_actions);
	mutex_destroy(&zo->zo_lock);
	kmem_free(zo, sizeof (zfs_onexit_t));
}

static int
zfs_onexit_minor_to_state(minor_t minor, zfs_onexit_t **zo)
{
	*zo = zfsdev_get_soft_state(minor, ZSST_CTLDEV);
	if (*zo == NULL)
		return (SET_ERROR(EBADF));

	return (0);
}

/*
 * Consumers might need to operate by minor number instead of fd, since
 * they might be running in another thread (e.g. txg_sync_thread). Callers
 * of this function must call zfs_onexit_fd_rele() when they're finished
 * using the minor number.
 */
int
zfs_onexit_fd_hold(int fd, minor_t *minorp)
{
	file_t *fp, *tmpfp;
	zfs_onexit_t *zo;
	cap_rights_t rights;
	void *data;
	int error;

	fp = getf(fd, cap_rights_init(&rights));
	if (fp == NULL)
		return (SET_ERROR(EBADF));

	tmpfp = curthread->td_fpop;
	curthread->td_fpop = fp;
	error = devfs_get_cdevpriv(&data);
	if (error == 0)
		*minorp = (minor_t)(uintptr_t)data;
	curthread->td_fpop = tmpfp;
	if (error != 0)
		return (SET_ERROR(EBADF));
	return (zfs_onexit_minor_to_state(*minorp, &zo));
}

void
zfs_onexit_fd_rele(int fd)
{
	releasef(fd);
}

/*
 * Add a callback to be invoked when the calling process exits.
 */
int
zfs_onexit_add_cb(minor_t minor, void (*func)(void *), void *data,
    uint64_t *action_handle)
{
	zfs_onexit_t *zo;
	zfs_onexit_action_node_t *ap;
	int error;

	error = zfs_onexit_minor_to_state(minor, &zo);
	if (error)
		return (error);

	ap = kmem_alloc(sizeof (zfs_onexit_action_node_t), KM_SLEEP);
	list_link_init(&ap->za_link);
	ap->za_func = func;
	ap->za_data = data;

	mutex_enter(&zo->zo_lock);
	list_insert_tail(&zo->zo_actions, ap);
	mutex_exit(&zo->zo_lock);
	if (action_handle)
		*action_handle = (uint64_t)(uintptr_t)ap;

	return (0);
}

static zfs_onexit_action_node_t *
zfs_onexit_find_cb(zfs_onexit_t *zo, uint64_t action_handle)
{
	zfs_onexit_action_node_t *match;
	zfs_onexit_action_node_t *ap;
	list_t *l;

	ASSERT(MUTEX_HELD(&zo->zo_lock));

	match = (zfs_onexit_action_node_t *)(uintptr_t)action_handle;
	l = &zo->zo_actions;
	for (ap = list_head(l); ap != NULL; ap = list_next(l, ap)) {
		if (match == ap)
			break;
	}
	return (ap);
}

/*
 * Delete the callback, triggering it first if 'fire' is set.
 */
int
zfs_onexit_del_cb(minor_t minor, uint64_t action_handle, boolean_t fire)
{
	zfs_onexit_t *zo;
	zfs_onexit_action_node_t *ap;
	int error;

	error = zfs_onexit_minor_to_state(minor, &zo);
	if (error)
		return (error);

	mutex_enter(&zo->zo_lock);
	ap = zfs_onexit_find_cb(zo, action_handle);
	if (ap != NULL) {
		list_remove(&zo->zo_actions, ap);
		mutex_exit(&zo->zo_lock);
		if (fire)
			ap->za_func(ap->za_data);
		kmem_free(ap, sizeof (zfs_onexit_action_node_t));
	} else {
		mutex_exit(&zo->zo_lock);
		error = SET_ERROR(ENOENT);
	}

	return (error);
}

/*
 * Return the data associated with this callback.  This allows consumers
 * of the cleanup-on-exit interfaces to stash kernel data across system
 * calls, knowing that it will be cleaned up if the calling process exits.
 */
int
zfs_onexit_cb_data(minor_t minor, uint64_t action_handle, void **data)
{
	zfs_onexit_t *zo;
	zfs_onexit_action_node_t *ap;
	int error;

	*data = NULL;

	error = zfs_onexit_minor_to_state(minor, &zo);
	if (error)
		return (error);

	mutex_enter(&zo->zo_lock);
	ap = zfs_onexit_find_cb(zo, action_handle);
	if (ap != NULL)
		*data = ap->za_data;
	else
		error = SET_ERROR(ENOENT);
	mutex_exit(&zo->zo_lock);

	return (error);
}