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 *	@(#)signalvar.h	8.6 (Berkeley) 2/19/95
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#ifndef	_SYS_SIGNALVAR_H_		/* tmp for user.h */
#define	_SYS_SIGNALVAR_H_

/*
 * Kernel signal definitions and data structures,
 * not exported to user programs.
 */

/*
 * Process signal actions and state, needed only within the process
 * (not necessarily resident).
 */
struct	sigacts {
	sig_t	ps_sigact[NSIG];	/* disposition of signals */
	sigset_t ps_catchmask[NSIG];	/* signals to be blocked */
	sigset_t ps_sigonstack;		/* signals to take on sigstack */
	sigset_t ps_sigintr;		/* signals that interrupt syscalls */
	sigset_t ps_oldmask;		/* saved mask from before sigpause */
	int	ps_flags;		/* signal flags, below */
	struct	sigaltstack ps_sigstk;	/* sp & on stack state variable */
	int	ps_sig;			/* for core dump/debugger XXX */
	int	ps_code;		/* for core dump/debugger XXX */
	int	ps_addr;		/* for core dump/debugger XXX */
	sigset_t ps_usertramp;		/* SunOS compat; libc sigtramp XXX */
};

/* signal flags */
#define	SAS_OLDMASK	0x01		/* need to restore mask before pause */
#define	SAS_ALTSTACK	0x02		/* have alternate signal stack */

/* additional signal action values, used only temporarily/internally */
#define	SIG_CATCH	(void (*)())2
#define	SIG_HOLD	(void (*)())3

/*
 * get signal action for process and signal; currently only for current process
 */
#define SIGACTION(p, sig)	(p->p_sigacts->ps_sigact[(sig)])

/*
 * Determine signal that should be delivered to process p, the current
 * process, 0 if none.  If there is a pending stop signal with default
 * action, the process stops in issig().
 */
#define	CURSIG(p)							\
	(((p)->p_siglist == 0 ||					\
	    ((p)->p_flag & P_TRACED) == 0 &&				\
	    ((p)->p_siglist & ~(p)->p_sigmask) == 0) ?			\
	    0 : issignal(p))

#define	HAVE_SIGNALS(p) \
	 ((p)->p_siglist \
	  & ~((((p)->p_sigmask) \
	       | (((p)->p_flag & P_TRACED) ? 0 : (p)->p_sigignore)) \
	      & ~sigcantmask))

/*
 *	Check for per-process and per thread signals.
 */
#define SHOULDissignal(p,uthreadp) \
	 (((p)->p_siglist | (uthreadp)->uu_sig)	\
	  & ~((((p)->p_sigmask) \
	       | (((p)->p_flag & P_TRACED) ? 0 : (p)->p_sigignore)) \
	      & ~sigcantmask))

/*
 *	Check for signals and per-thread signals.  
 *  Use in trap() and syscall() before
 *	exiting kernel.
 */
#define	CHECK_SIGNALS(p, thread, uthreadp)	\
	(!thread_should_halt(thread)	\
	 && (SHOULDissignal(p,uthreadp)))

	   
/*
 * Clear a pending signal from a process.
 */
#define	CLRSIG(p, sig)	{ (p)->p_siglist &= ~sigmask(sig); }

/*
 * Signal properties and actions.
 * The array below categorizes the signals and their default actions
 * according to the following properties:
 */
#define	SA_KILL		0x01		/* terminates process by default */
#define	SA_CORE		0x02		/* ditto and coredumps */
#define	SA_STOP		0x04		/* suspend process */
#define	SA_TTYSTOP	0x08		/* ditto, from tty */
#define	SA_IGNORE	0x10		/* ignore by default */
#define	SA_CONT		0x20		/* continue if suspended */
#define	SA_CANTMASK	0x40		/* non-maskable, catchable */

#ifdef	SIGPROP
int sigprop[NSIG + 1] = {
	0,			/* unused */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGHUP */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGINT */
	SA_KILL|SA_CORE,	/* SIGQUIT */
	SA_KILL|SA_CORE,	/* SIGILL */
	SA_KILL|SA_CORE,	/* SIGTRAP */
	SA_KILL|SA_CORE,	/* SIGABRT */
	SA_KILL|SA_CORE,	/* SIGEMT */
	SA_KILL|SA_CORE,	/* SIGFPE */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGKILL */
	SA_KILL|SA_CORE,	/* SIGBUS */
	SA_KILL|SA_CORE,	/* SIGSEGV */
	SA_KILL|SA_CORE,	/* SIGSYS */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGPIPE */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGALRM */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGTERM */
	SA_IGNORE,		/* SIGURG */
	SA_STOP,		/* SIGSTOP */
	SA_STOP|SA_TTYSTOP,	/* SIGTSTP */
	SA_IGNORE|SA_CONT,	/* SIGCONT */
	SA_IGNORE,		/* SIGCHLD */
	SA_STOP|SA_TTYSTOP,	/* SIGTTIN */
	SA_STOP|SA_TTYSTOP,	/* SIGTTOU */
	SA_IGNORE,		/* SIGIO */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGXCPU */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGXFSZ */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGVTALRM */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGPROF */
	SA_IGNORE,		/* SIGWINCH  */
	SA_IGNORE,		/* SIGINFO */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGUSR1 */
	SA_KILL,		/* SIGUSR2 */
};

#define	contsigmask	(sigmask(SIGCONT))
#define	stopsigmask	(sigmask(SIGSTOP) | sigmask(SIGTSTP) | \
			    sigmask(SIGTTIN) | sigmask(SIGTTOU))

#endif /* SIGPROP */

#define	sigcantmask	(sigmask(SIGKILL) | sigmask(SIGSTOP))

#ifdef _KERNEL
/*
 * Machine-independent functions:
 */
int	coredump __P((struct proc *p));
void	execsigs __P((struct proc *p));
void	gsignal __P((int pgid, int sig));
int	issig __P((struct proc *p));
void	pgsignal __P((struct pgrp *pgrp, int sig, int checkctty));
void	postsig __P((int sig));
void	psignal __P((struct proc *p, int sig));
void	siginit __P((struct proc *p));
void	trapsignal __P((struct proc *p, int sig, unsigned code));

/*
 * Machine-dependent functions:
 */
void	sendsig __P((struct proc *, sig_t action, int sig, int returnmask, u_long code));
#endif	/* _KERNEL */
#endif	/* !_SYS_SIGNALVAR_H_ */