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/* 
 * Copyright (c) 1991, 1993
 *	The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.
 *
 * This code is derived from software contributed to Berkeley by
 * The Mach Operating System project at Carnegie-Mellon University.
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 *	@(#)lock.h	8.1 (Berkeley) 6/11/93
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 * Copyright (c) 1987, 1990 Carnegie-Mellon University.
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 * Authors: Avadis Tevanian, Jr., Michael Wayne Young
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 */

/*
 *	Locking primitives definitions
 */

#ifndef	_LOCK_H_
#define	_LOCK_H_

#define	NCPUS	1		/* XXX */

/*
 *	A simple spin lock.
 */

struct slock {
	int		lock_data;	/* in general 1 bit is sufficient */
};

typedef struct slock	simple_lock_data_t;
typedef struct slock	*simple_lock_t;

/*
 *	The general lock structure.  Provides for multiple readers,
 *	upgrading from read to write, and sleeping until the lock
 *	can be gained.
 */

struct lock {
#ifdef	vax
	/*
	 *	Efficient VAX implementation -- see field description below.
	 */
	unsigned int	read_count:16,
			want_upgrade:1,
			want_write:1,
			waiting:1,
			can_sleep:1,
			:0;

	simple_lock_data_t	interlock;
#else /* vax */
#ifdef	ns32000
	/*
	 *	Efficient ns32000 implementation --
	 *	see field description below.
	 */
	simple_lock_data_t	interlock;
	unsigned int	read_count:16,
			want_upgrade:1,
			want_write:1,
			waiting:1,
			can_sleep:1,
			:0;

#else /* ns32000 */
	/*	Only the "interlock" field is used for hardware exclusion;
	 *	other fields are modified with normal instructions after
	 *	acquiring the interlock bit.
	 */
	simple_lock_data_t
			interlock;	/* Interlock for remaining fields */
	boolean_t	want_write;	/* Writer is waiting, or locked for write */
	boolean_t	want_upgrade;	/* Read-to-write upgrade waiting */
	boolean_t	waiting;	/* Someone is sleeping on lock */
	boolean_t	can_sleep;	/* Can attempts to lock go to sleep */
	int		read_count;	/* Number of accepted readers */
#endif	/* ns32000 */
#endif	/* vax */
	char		*thread;	/* Thread that has lock, if recursive locking allowed */
					/* (should be thread_t, but but we then have mutually
					   recursive definitions) */
	int		recursion_depth;/* Depth of recursion */
};

typedef struct lock	lock_data_t;
typedef struct lock	*lock_t;

#if NCPUS > 1
__BEGIN_DECLS
void		simple_lock __P((simple_lock_t));
void		simple_lock_init __P((simple_lock_t));
boolean_t	simple_lock_try __P((simple_lock_t));
void		simple_unlock __P((simple_lock_t));
__END_DECLS
#else		/* No multiprocessor locking is necessary. */
#define	simple_lock(l)
#define	simple_lock_init(l)
#define	simple_lock_try(l)	(1)	/* Always succeeds. */
#define	simple_unlock(l)
#endif

/* Sleep locks must work even if no multiprocessing. */

#define	lock_read_done(l)	lock_done(l)
#define	lock_write_done(l)	lock_done(l)

void		lock_clear_recursive __P((lock_t));
void		lock_done __P((lock_t));
void		lock_init __P((lock_t, boolean_t));
void		lock_read __P((lock_t));
boolean_t	lock_read_to_write __P((lock_t));
void		lock_set_recursive __P((lock_t));
void		lock_sleepable __P((lock_t, boolean_t));
boolean_t	lock_try_read __P((lock_t));
boolean_t	lock_try_read_to_write __P((lock_t));
boolean_t	lock_try_write __P((lock_t));
void		lock_write __P((lock_t));
void		lock_write_to_read __P((lock_t));
#endif /* !_LOCK_H_ */