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#include <sys/iofunc.h>
int iofunc_open( resmgr_context_t *ctp,
io_open_t *msg,
iofunc_attr_t *attr,
iofunc_attr_t *dattr,
struct _client_info *info );


A pointer to a resmgr_context_t structure that the resource-manager library uses to pass context information between functions.
A pointer to the io_open_t structure that contains the message that the resource manager received.
A pointer to the iofunc_attr_t structure that describes the characteristics of the resource.
NULL, or a pointer to the iofunc_attr_t structure that describes the characteristics of the parent directory.
NULL, or a pointer to a struct _client_info that contains the information about a client connection.




The iofunc_open() function checks to see if the client (described by the optional info structure) has access to open the resource whose name is passed in msg->connect.path.

The attr structure describes the resource's attributes. The optional dattr structure defines the attributes of the parent directory; if dattr isn't NULL, the resource identified by attr is being created within the directory specified by dattr.

The info argument can be passed as NULL, in which case iofunc_open() obtains the client information itself via a call to iofunc_client_info(). It is, of course, more efficient to get the client info once, rather than calling this function with NULL every time.

Note that if you're handling a request to read directory entry, you must return data formatted to match the struct dirent type. A helper function, iofunc_stat(), can aid in this.

A resource manager's response to an open() request isn't always a yes-or-no answer. It's possible to return a connect message indicating that the server would like some other action taken. For example, if the open occurs on a path that represents a symbolic link to some other path, the server could respond using the _IO_SET_CONNECT_RET() macro and the _IO_CONNECT_RET_LINK value.

For example, an open handler that only redirects pathnames might look something like:

io_open( resmgr_context_t *ctp, io_open_t *msg,
iofunc_attr_t *dattr, void *extra )
char *newpath;
/* Do all the error/access checking ... */
/* Lookup the redirected path and store
the new path in 'newpath' */
newpath = get_a_new_path( msg->connect.path );
len = strlen( newpath ) + 1;
msg->link_reply.eflag = msg->connect.eflag;
msg->link_reply.nentries = 0;
msg->link_reply.path_len = len;
strcpy( (char *)(msg->link_reply + 1), newpath );
len += sizeof( msg->link_reply );
return (_RESMGR_PTR( ctp, &msg->link_reply, len ));

In this example, we use the macro _IO_SET_CONNECT_RET() (defined in <sys/iomsg.h>) to set the ctp->status field to _IO_CONNECT_RET_LINK. This value indicates to the resource-manager framework that the return value isn't actually a simple return code, but a new request to be processed.

The path for this new request follows directly after the link_reply structure and is path_len bytes long. The final few lines of the code just stuff an IOV with the reply message (and the new path to be queried) and return to the resource-manager framework.

Возвращаемое значение:

Успешное завершение.
There was an error, as defined by the POSIX semantics for the open call. This error should be returned to the next higher level.


This is a sample skeleton for a typical filesystem, in pseudo-code, to illustrate the steps that need to be taken to handle an open request for a file:

if the open request is for a path (i.e. multiple
directory levels)
call iofunc_client_info to get information about client
for each directory component
call iofunc_check_access to check execute permission for access
recall that execute permission on a
directory is really the "search"
permission for that directory
at this point you have verified access
to the target
if O_CREAT is set and the file doesn't exist
call iofunc_open, passing the attribute of the parent as dattr
if the iofunc_open succeeds,
do the work to create the new inode, or whatever
call iofunc_open, passing the attr of the file and NULL for dattr
at this point, check for things like o_trunc,
etc. -- things that you have to do for the attr
call iofunc_ocb_attach
return (EOK)

For a device (i.e. resmgr_attach() didn't specify that the managed resource is a directory), the following steps apply:

at startup time (i.e.: in the main() of the
resource manager)
call iofunc_attr_init to initialize an attribute structure
/* in the io_open message handler: */
call iofunc_open, passing in the attribute of the device and NULL for dattr
call iofunc_ocb_attach
return (EOK)


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Тематические ссылки:

struct _client_info, struct dirent, io_open_t, struct _io_connect, struct _io_connect_link_reply, struct _io_connect_ftype_reply, resmgr_context_t, iofunc_attr_init(), iofunc_check_access(), iofunc_client_info(), iofunc_ocb_attach(), iofunc_stat(), open(), resmgr_open_bind()

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