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/*
 *      kern/ast.h: Definitions for Asynchronous System Traps.
 */

#ifndef _KERN_AST_H_
#define _KERN_AST_H_

#include <cpus.h>
#include <platforms.h>

#include <kern/assert.h>
#include <kern/cpu_number.h>
#include <kern/macro_help.h>
#include <kern/lock.h>
#include <kern/spl.h>
#include <machine/ast.h>

/*
 *      A CPU takes an AST when it is about to return to user code.
 *      Instead of going back to user code, it calls ast_taken.
 *      Machine-dependent code is responsible for maintaining
 *      a set of reasons for an AST, and passing this set to ast_taken.
 */

typedef unsigned int ast_t;

/*
 *      Bits for reasons
 */
#define AST_NONE	0x00
#define AST_HALT	0x01
#define AST_TERMINATE	0x02
#define AST_BLOCK       0x04
#define AST_UNUSED      0x08
#define AST_QUANTUM     0x10
#define AST_APC		0x20	/* migration APC hook */
#define	AST_URGENT	0x40

/*
 * JMM - This is here temporarily. AST_BSD is used to simulate a
 * general purpose mechanism for setting asynchronous procedure calls
 * from the outside.
 */
#define	AST_BSD		0x80
#define	AST_BSD_INIT	0x100

#include <dipc.h>
#if	DIPC
#define	AST_DIPC	0x10000
#endif	/* DIPC */

#define AST_SWAPOUT	0x20000

#define	AST_ALL		(~AST_NONE)

#define AST_SCHEDULING  (AST_HALT | AST_TERMINATE | AST_BLOCK | AST_SWAPOUT)
#define	AST_PREEMPT	(AST_BLOCK | AST_QUANTUM | AST_URGENT)

extern volatile ast_t need_ast[NCPUS];

#ifdef  MACHINE_AST
/*
 *      machine/ast.h is responsible for defining aston and astoff.
 */
#else   /* MACHINE_AST */

#define aston(mycpu)
#define astoff(mycpu)

#endif  /* MACHINE_AST */

/* Initialize module */
extern void	ast_init(void);

/* Handle ASTs */
extern void	ast_taken(
			boolean_t	preemption,
			ast_t		mask,
			boolean_t	interrupt);

/* Check for pending ASTs */
extern void    	ast_check(void);

/*
 * Per-thread ASTs are reset at context-switch time.
 */
#ifndef MACHINE_AST_PER_THREAD
#define MACHINE_AST_PER_THREAD  0
#endif

#define AST_PER_THREAD (MACHINE_AST_PER_THREAD|AST_HALT|AST_TERMINATE|AST_APC)

/*
 *      ast_needed, ast_on, ast_off, ast_context, and ast_propagate
 *      assume splsched.
 */

#define ast_needed(mycpu)               need_ast[mycpu]

#define ast_on_fast(reasons)						\
MACRO_BEGIN								\
	int mycpu = cpu_number();					\
	if ((need_ast[mycpu] |= (reasons)) != AST_NONE)			\
		{ aston(mycpu); }					\
MACRO_END

#define ast_off_fast(reasons)						\
MACRO_BEGIN								\
	int mycpu = cpu_number();					\
	if ((need_ast[mycpu] &= ~(reasons)) == AST_NONE)		\
                { astoff(mycpu); }	 				\
MACRO_END

#define ast_propagate(reasons)		ast_on(reasons)

#define ast_context(act, mycpu)						\
MACRO_BEGIN								\
	assert(mycpu == cpu_number());					\
	if ((need_ast[mycpu] =						\
	     (need_ast[mycpu] &~ AST_PER_THREAD) | (act)->ast)		\
					!= AST_NONE)			\
		{ aston(mycpu);	}					\
	else								\
		{ astoff(mycpu); }					\
MACRO_END

#define ast_on(reason)			     ast_on_fast(reason)
#define ast_off(reason)			     ast_off_fast(reason)

#define thread_ast_set(act, reason)          (act)->ast |= (reason)
#define thread_ast_clear(act, reason)        (act)->ast &= ~(reason)
#define thread_ast_clear_all(act)            (act)->ast = AST_NONE

/*
 *      NOTE: if thread is the current thread, thread_ast_set should
 *      be followed by ast_propagate().
 */

#endif  /* _KERN_AST_H_ */