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 *	@(#)vm_page.h	8.1 (Berkeley) 6/11/93
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 * Authors: Avadis Tevanian, Jr., Michael Wayne Young
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/*
 *	Resident memory system definitions.
 */

#ifndef	_VM_PAGE_
#define	_VM_PAGE_

/*
 *	Management of resident (logical) pages.
 *
 *	A small structure is kept for each resident
 *	page, indexed by page number.  Each structure
 *	is an element of several lists:
 *
 *		A hash table bucket used to quickly
 *		perform object/offset lookups
 *
 *		A list of all pages for a given object,
 *		so they can be quickly deactivated at
 *		time of deallocation.
 *
 *		An ordered list of pages due for pageout.
 *
 *	In addition, the structure contains the object
 *	and offset to which this page belongs (for pageout),
 *	and sundry status bits.
 *
 *	Fields in this structure are locked either by the lock on the
 *	object that the page belongs to (O) or by the lock on the page
 *	queues (P).
 */

struct vm_page {
	queue_chain_t	pageq;		/* queue info for FIFO
					 * queue or free list (P) */
	queue_chain_t	hashq;		/* hash table links (O)*/
	queue_chain_t	listq;		/* all pages in same object (O)*/

	vm_object_t	object;		/* which object am I in (O,P)*/
	vm_offset_t	offset;		/* offset into that object (O,P) */

	u_short		wire_count;	/* number wired down maps use me? (P) */
	u_short		flags;		/* see below */

	vm_offset_t	phys_addr;	/* physical address of page */
};

/*
 * These are the flags defined for vm_page.
 *
 * Note: PG_FILLED and PG_DIRTY are added for the filesystems.
 */
#define	PG_INACTIVE	0x0001		/* page is in inactive list (P) */
#define	PG_ACTIVE	0x0002		/* page is in active list (P) */
#define	PG_LAUNDRY	0x0004		/* page is being cleaned now (P)*/
#define	PG_CLEAN	0x0008		/* page has not been modified */
#define	PG_BUSY		0x0010		/* page is in transit (O) */
#define	PG_WANTED	0x0020		/* someone is waiting for page (O) */
#define	PG_TABLED	0x0040		/* page is in VP table (O) */
#define	PG_COPYONWRITE	0x0080		/* must copy page before changing (O) */
#define	PG_FICTITIOUS	0x0100		/* physical page doesn't exist (O) */
#define	PG_FAKE		0x0200		/* page is placeholder for pagein (O) */
#define	PG_FILLED	0x0400		/* client flag to set when filled */
#define	PG_DIRTY	0x0800		/* client flag to set when dirty */
#define	PG_PAGEROWNED	0x4000		/* DEBUG: async paging op in progress */
#define	PG_PTPAGE	0x8000		/* DEBUG: is a user page table page */

#if	VM_PAGE_DEBUG
#define	VM_PAGE_CHECK(mem) { \
	if ((((unsigned int) mem) < ((unsigned int) &vm_page_array[0])) || \
	    (((unsigned int) mem) > \
		((unsigned int) &vm_page_array[last_page-first_page])) || \
	    ((mem->flags & (PG_ACTIVE | PG_INACTIVE)) == \
		(PG_ACTIVE | PG_INACTIVE))) \
		panic("vm_page_check: not valid!"); \
}
#else /* VM_PAGE_DEBUG */
#define	VM_PAGE_CHECK(mem)
#endif /* VM_PAGE_DEBUG */

#ifdef KERNEL
/*
 *	Each pageable resident page falls into one of three lists:
 *
 *	free	
 *		Available for allocation now.
 *	inactive
 *		Not referenced in any map, but still has an
 *		object/offset-page mapping, and may be dirty.
 *		This is the list of pages that should be
 *		paged out next.
 *	active
 *		A list of pages which have been placed in
 *		at least one physical map.  This list is
 *		ordered, in LRU-like fashion.
 */

extern
queue_head_t	vm_page_queue_free;	/* memory free queue */
extern
queue_head_t	vm_page_queue_active;	/* active memory queue */
extern
queue_head_t	vm_page_queue_inactive;	/* inactive memory queue */

extern
vm_page_t	vm_page_array;		/* First resident page in table */
extern
long		first_page;		/* first physical page number */
					/* ... represented in vm_page_array */
extern
long		last_page;		/* last physical page number */
					/* ... represented in vm_page_array */
					/* [INCLUSIVE] */
extern
vm_offset_t	first_phys_addr;	/* physical address for first_page */
extern
vm_offset_t	last_phys_addr;		/* physical address for last_page */

#define VM_PAGE_TO_PHYS(entry)	((entry)->phys_addr)

#define IS_VM_PHYSADDR(pa) \
		((pa) >= first_phys_addr && (pa) <= last_phys_addr)

#define PHYS_TO_VM_PAGE(pa) \
		(&vm_page_array[atop(pa) - first_page ])

extern
simple_lock_data_t	vm_page_queue_lock;	/* lock on active and inactive
						   page queues */
extern						/* lock on free page queue */
simple_lock_data_t	vm_page_queue_free_lock;

/*
 *	Functions implemented as macros
 */

#define PAGE_ASSERT_WAIT(m, interruptible)	{ \
				(m)->flags |= PG_WANTED; \
				assert_wait((int) (m), (interruptible)); \
			}

#define PAGE_WAKEUP(m)	{ \
				(m)->flags &= ~PG_BUSY; \
				if ((m)->flags & PG_WANTED) { \
					(m)->flags &= ~PG_WANTED; \
					thread_wakeup((int) (m)); \
				} \
			}

#define	vm_page_lock_queues()	simple_lock(&vm_page_queue_lock)
#define	vm_page_unlock_queues()	simple_unlock(&vm_page_queue_lock)

#define vm_page_set_modified(m)	{ (m)->flags &= ~PG_CLEAN; }

#define	VM_PAGE_INIT(mem, object, offset) { \
	(mem)->flags = PG_BUSY | PG_CLEAN | PG_FAKE; \
	vm_page_insert((mem), (object), (offset)); \
	(mem)->wire_count = 0; \
}

void		 vm_page_activate __P((vm_page_t));
vm_page_t	 vm_page_alloc __P((vm_object_t, vm_offset_t));
void		 vm_page_copy __P((vm_page_t, vm_page_t));
void		 vm_page_deactivate __P((vm_page_t));
void		 vm_page_free __P((vm_page_t));
void		 vm_page_insert __P((vm_page_t, vm_object_t, vm_offset_t));
vm_page_t	 vm_page_lookup __P((vm_object_t, vm_offset_t));
void		 vm_page_remove __P((vm_page_t));
void		 vm_page_rename __P((vm_page_t, vm_object_t, vm_offset_t));
void		 vm_page_startup __P((vm_offset_t *, vm_offset_t *));
void		 vm_page_unwire __P((vm_page_t));
void		 vm_page_wire __P((vm_page_t));
boolean_t	 vm_page_zero_fill __P((vm_page_t));

#endif /* KERNEL */
#endif /* !_VM_PAGE_ */