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/***********************************************************
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Copyright 1987, 1989 by Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, Massachusetts.
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WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION,
ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS
SOFTWARE.
******************************************************************/
/*****************************************************************
* i/o functions
*
* WriteToClient, ReadRequestFromClient
* InsertFakeRequest, ResetCurrentRequest
*
*****************************************************************/
#ifdef HAVE_DIX_CONFIG_H
#include <dix-config.h>
#endif
#if 0
#define DEBUG_COMMUNICATION
#endif
#include <stdio.h>
#define XSERV_t
#define TRANS_SERVER
#define TRANS_REOPEN
#include <X11/Xtrans/Xtrans.h>
#include <X11/Xmd.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <sys/uio.h>
#include <X11/X.h>
#include <X11/Xproto.h>
#include "os.h"
#include "osdep.h"
#include <X11/Xpoll.h>
#include "opaque.h"
#include "dixstruct.h"
#include "misc.h"
_X_EXPORT CallbackListPtr ReplyCallback;
_X_EXPORT CallbackListPtr FlushCallback;
/* check for both EAGAIN and EWOULDBLOCK, because some supposedly POSIX
* systems are broken and return EWOULDBLOCK when they should return EAGAIN
*/
#if defined(EAGAIN) && defined(EWOULDBLOCK)
#define ETEST(err) (err == EAGAIN || err == EWOULDBLOCK)
#else
#ifdef EAGAIN
#define ETEST(err) (err == EAGAIN)
#else
#define ETEST(err) (err == EWOULDBLOCK)
#endif
#endif
Bool CriticalOutputPending;
int timesThisConnection = 0;
ConnectionInputPtr FreeInputs = (ConnectionInputPtr)NULL;
ConnectionOutputPtr FreeOutputs = (ConnectionOutputPtr)NULL;
OsCommPtr AvailableInput = (OsCommPtr)NULL;
#define get_req_len(req,cli) ((cli)->swapped ? \
lswaps((req)->length) : (req)->length)
#include <X11/extensions/bigreqsproto.h>
#define get_big_req_len(req,cli) ((cli)->swapped ? \
lswapl(((xBigReq *)(req))->length) : \
((xBigReq *)(req))->length)
#define MAX_TIMES_PER 10
/*
* A lot of the code in this file manipulates a ConnectionInputPtr:
*
* -----------------------------------------------
* |------- bufcnt ------->| | |
* | |- gotnow ->| | |
* | |-------- needed ------>| |
* |-----------+--------- size --------+---------->|
* -----------------------------------------------
* ^ ^
* | |
* buffer bufptr
*
* buffer is a pointer to the start of the buffer.
* bufptr points to the start of the current request.
* bufcnt counts how many bytes are in the buffer.
* size is the size of the buffer in bytes.
*
* In several of the functions, gotnow and needed are local variables
* that do the following:
*
* gotnow is the number of bytes of the request that we're
* trying to read that are currently in the buffer.
* Typically, gotnow = (buffer + bufcnt) - bufptr
*
* needed = the length of the request that we're trying to
* read. Watch out: needed sometimes counts bytes and sometimes
* counts CARD32's.
*/
/*****************************************************************
* ReadRequestFromClient
* Returns one request in client->requestBuffer. The request
* length will be in client->req_len. Return status is:
*
* > 0 if successful, specifies length in bytes of the request
* = 0 if entire request is not yet available
* < 0 if client should be terminated
*
* The request returned must be contiguous so that it can be
* cast in the dispatcher to the correct request type. Because requests
* are variable length, ReadRequestFromClient() must look at the first 4
* or 8 bytes of a request to determine the length (the request length is
* in the 3rd and 4th bytes of the request unless it is a Big Request
* (see the Big Request Extension), in which case the 3rd and 4th bytes
* are zero and the following 4 bytes are the request length.
*
* Note: in order to make the server scheduler (WaitForSomething())
* "fair", the ClientsWithInput mask is used. This mask tells which
* clients have FULL requests left in their buffers. Clients with
* partial requests require a read. Basically, client buffers
* are drained before select() is called again. But, we can't keep
* reading from a client that is sending buckets of data (or has
* a partial request) because others clients need to be scheduled.
*****************************************************************/
#define YieldControl() \
{ isItTimeToYield = TRUE; \
timesThisConnection = 0; }
#define YieldControlNoInput() \
{ YieldControl(); \
FD_CLR(fd, &ClientsWithInput); }
#define YieldControlDeath() \
{ timesThisConnection = 0; }
int
ReadRequestFromClient(ClientPtr client)
{
OsCommPtr oc = (OsCommPtr)client->osPrivate;
ConnectionInputPtr oci = oc->input;
int fd = oc->fd;
unsigned int gotnow, needed;
int result;
xReq *request;
Bool need_header;
Bool move_header;
/* If an input buffer was empty, either free it if it is too big
* or link it into our list of free input buffers. This means that
* different clients can share the same input buffer (at different
* times). This was done to save memory.
*/
if (AvailableInput)
{
if (AvailableInput != oc)
{
ConnectionInputPtr aci = AvailableInput->input;
if (aci->size > BUFWATERMARK)
{
free(aci->buffer);
free(aci);
}
else
{
aci->next = FreeInputs;
FreeInputs = aci;
}
AvailableInput->input = (ConnectionInputPtr)NULL;
}
AvailableInput = (OsCommPtr)NULL;
}
/* make sure we have an input buffer */
if (!oci)
{
if ((oci = FreeInputs))
{
FreeInputs = oci->next;
}
else if (!(oci = AllocateInputBuffer()))
{
YieldControlDeath();
return -1;
}
oc->input = oci;
}
/* advance to start of next request */
oci->bufptr += oci->lenLastReq;
need_header = FALSE;
move_header = FALSE;
gotnow = oci->bufcnt + oci->buffer - oci->bufptr;
if (gotnow < sizeof(xReq))
{
/* We don't have an entire xReq yet. Can't tell how big
* the request will be until we get the whole xReq.
*/
needed = sizeof(xReq);
need_header = TRUE;
}
else
{
/* We have a whole xReq. We can tell how big the whole
* request will be unless it is a Big Request.
*/
request = (xReq *)oci->bufptr;
needed = get_req_len(request, client);
if (!needed && client->big_requests)
{
/* It's a Big Request. */
move_header = TRUE;
if (gotnow < sizeof(xBigReq))
{
/* Still need more data to tell just how big. */
needed = sizeof(xBigReq) >> 2; /* needed is in CARD32s now */
need_header = TRUE;
}
else
needed = get_big_req_len(request, client);
}
client->req_len = needed;
needed <<= 2; /* needed is in bytes now */
}
if (gotnow < needed)
{
/* Need to read more data, either so that we can get a
* complete xReq (if need_header is TRUE), a complete
* xBigReq (if move_header is TRUE), or the rest of the
* request (if need_header and move_header are both FALSE).
*/
oci->lenLastReq = 0;
if (needed > MAXBUFSIZE)
{
/* request is too big for us to handle */
YieldControlDeath();
return -1;
}
if ((gotnow == 0) ||
((oci->bufptr - oci->buffer + needed) > oci->size))
{
/* no data, or the request is too big to fit in the buffer */
if ((gotnow > 0) && (oci->bufptr != oci->buffer))
/* save the data we've already read */
memmove(oci->buffer, oci->bufptr, gotnow);
if (needed > oci->size)
{
/* make buffer bigger to accomodate request */
char *ibuf;
ibuf = (char *)realloc(oci->buffer, needed);
if (!ibuf)
{
YieldControlDeath();
return -1;
}
oci->size = needed;
oci->buffer = ibuf;
}
oci->bufptr = oci->buffer;
oci->bufcnt = gotnow;
}
/* XXX this is a workaround. This function is sometimes called
* after the trans_conn has been freed. In this case trans_conn
* will be null. Really ought to restructure things so that we
* never get here in those circumstances.
*/
if (!oc->trans_conn)
{
/* treat as if an error occured on the read, which is what
* used to happen
*/
YieldControlDeath();
return -1;
}
result = _XSERVTransRead(oc->trans_conn, oci->buffer + oci->bufcnt,
oci->size - oci->bufcnt);
if (result <= 0)
{
if ((result < 0) && ETEST(errno))
{
{
YieldControlNoInput();
return 0;
}
}
YieldControlDeath();
return -1;
}
oci->bufcnt += result;
gotnow += result;
/* free up some space after huge requests */
if ((oci->size > BUFWATERMARK) &&
(oci->bufcnt < BUFSIZE) && (needed < BUFSIZE))
{
char *ibuf;
ibuf = (char *)realloc(oci->buffer, BUFSIZE);
if (ibuf)
{
oci->size = BUFSIZE;
oci->buffer = ibuf;
oci->bufptr = ibuf + oci->bufcnt - gotnow;
}
}
if (need_header && gotnow >= needed)
{
/* We wanted an xReq, now we've gotten it. */
request = (xReq *)oci->bufptr;
needed = get_req_len(request, client);
if (!needed && client->big_requests)
{
move_header = TRUE;
if (gotnow < sizeof(xBigReq))
needed = sizeof(xBigReq) >> 2;
else
needed = get_big_req_len(request, client);
}
client->req_len = needed;
needed <<= 2;
}
if (gotnow < needed)
{
/* Still don't have enough; punt. */
YieldControlNoInput();
return 0;
}
}
if (needed == 0)
{
if (client->big_requests)
needed = sizeof(xBigReq);
else
needed = sizeof(xReq);
}
oci->lenLastReq = needed;
/*
* Check to see if client has at least one whole request in the
* buffer beyond the request we're returning to the caller.
* If there is only a partial request, treat like buffer
* is empty so that select() will be called again and other clients
* can get into the queue.
*/
gotnow -= needed;
if (gotnow >= sizeof(xReq))
{
request = (xReq *)(oci->bufptr + needed);
if (gotnow >= (result = (get_req_len(request, client) << 2))
&& (result ||
(client->big_requests &&
(gotnow >= sizeof(xBigReq) &&
gotnow >= (get_big_req_len(request, client) << 2))))
)
FD_SET(fd, &ClientsWithInput);
else
{
#ifdef SMART_SCHEDULE
if (!SmartScheduleDisable)
FD_CLR(fd, &ClientsWithInput);
else
#endif
YieldControlNoInput();
}
}
else
{
if (!gotnow)
AvailableInput = oc;
#ifdef SMART_SCHEDULE
if (!SmartScheduleDisable)
FD_CLR(fd, &ClientsWithInput);
else
#endif
YieldControlNoInput();
}
#ifdef SMART_SCHEDULE
if (SmartScheduleDisable)
#endif
if (++timesThisConnection >= MAX_TIMES_PER)
YieldControl();
if (move_header)
{
request = (xReq *)oci->bufptr;
oci->bufptr += (sizeof(xBigReq) - sizeof(xReq));
*(xReq *)oci->bufptr = *request;
oci->lenLastReq -= (sizeof(xBigReq) - sizeof(xReq));
client->req_len -= (sizeof(xBigReq) - sizeof(xReq)) >> 2;
}
client->requestBuffer = (pointer)oci->bufptr;
#ifdef DEBUG_COMMUNICATION
{
xReq *req = client->requestBuffer;
ErrorF("REQUEST: ClientIDX: %i, type: 0x%x data: 0x%x len: %i\n",
client->index,req->reqType,req->data,req->length);
}
#endif
return needed;
}
/*****************************************************************
* InsertFakeRequest
* Splice a consed up (possibly partial) request in as the next request.
*
**********************/
Bool
InsertFakeRequest(ClientPtr client, char *data, int count)
{
OsCommPtr oc = (OsCommPtr)client->osPrivate;
ConnectionInputPtr oci = oc->input;
int fd = oc->fd;
int gotnow, moveup;
if (AvailableInput)
{
if (AvailableInput != oc)
{
ConnectionInputPtr aci = AvailableInput->input;
if (aci->size > BUFWATERMARK)
{
free(aci->buffer);
free(aci);
}
else
{
aci->next = FreeInputs;
FreeInputs = aci;
}
AvailableInput->input = (ConnectionInputPtr)NULL;
}
AvailableInput = (OsCommPtr)NULL;
}
if (!oci)
{
if ((oci = FreeInputs))
FreeInputs = oci->next;
else if (!(oci = AllocateInputBuffer()))
return FALSE;
oc->input = oci;
}
oci->bufptr += oci->lenLastReq;
oci->lenLastReq = 0;
gotnow = oci->bufcnt + oci->buffer - oci->bufptr;
if ((gotnow + count) > oci->size)
{
char *ibuf;
ibuf = (char *)realloc(oci->buffer, gotnow + count);
if (!ibuf)
return(FALSE);
oci->size = gotnow + count;
oci->buffer = ibuf;
oci->bufptr = ibuf + oci->bufcnt - gotnow;
}
moveup = count - (oci->bufptr - oci->buffer);
if (moveup > 0)
{
if (gotnow > 0)
memmove(oci->bufptr + moveup, oci->bufptr, gotnow);
oci->bufptr += moveup;
oci->bufcnt += moveup;
}
memmove(oci->bufptr - count, data, count);
oci->bufptr -= count;
gotnow += count;
if ((gotnow >= sizeof(xReq)) &&
(gotnow >= (int)(get_req_len((xReq *)oci->bufptr, client) << 2)))
FD_SET(fd, &ClientsWithInput);
else
YieldControlNoInput();
return(TRUE);
}
/*****************************************************************
* ResetRequestFromClient
* Reset to reexecute the current request, and yield.
*
**********************/
_X_EXPORT void
ResetCurrentRequest(ClientPtr client)
{
OsCommPtr oc = (OsCommPtr)client->osPrivate;
ConnectionInputPtr oci = oc->input;
int fd = oc->fd;
xReq *request;
int gotnow, needed;
if (AvailableInput == oc)
AvailableInput = (OsCommPtr)NULL;
oci->lenLastReq = 0;
gotnow = oci->bufcnt + oci->buffer - oci->bufptr;
if (gotnow < sizeof(xReq))
{
YieldControlNoInput();
}
else
{
request = (xReq *)oci->bufptr;
needed = get_req_len(request, client);
if (!needed && client->big_requests)
{
oci->bufptr -= sizeof(xBigReq) - sizeof(xReq);
*(xReq *)oci->bufptr = *request;
((xBigReq *)oci->bufptr)->length = client->req_len;
if (client->swapped)
{
swapl(&((xBigReq *)oci->bufptr)->length);
}
}
if (gotnow >= (needed << 2))
{
if (FD_ISSET(fd, &AllClients))
{
FD_SET(fd, &ClientsWithInput);
}
else
{
FD_SET(fd, &IgnoredClientsWithInput);
}
YieldControl();
}
else
YieldControlNoInput();
}
}
/* lookup table for adding padding bytes to data that is read from
or written to the X socket. */
static int padlength[4] = {0, 3, 2, 1};
/********************
* FlushAllOutput()
* Flush all clients with output. However, if some client still
* has input in the queue (more requests), then don't flush. This
* will prevent the output queue from being flushed every time around
* the round robin queue. Now, some say that it SHOULD be flushed
* every time around, but...
*
**********************/
void
FlushAllOutput(void)
{
int index, base;
fd_mask mask; /* raphael */
OsCommPtr oc;
ClientPtr client;
Bool newoutput = NewOutputPending;
if (FlushCallback)
CallCallbacks(&FlushCallback, NULL);
if (!newoutput)
return;
/*
* It may be that some client still has critical output pending,
* but he is not yet ready to receive it anyway, so we will
* simply wait for the select to tell us when he's ready to receive.
*/
CriticalOutputPending = FALSE;
NewOutputPending = FALSE;
for (base = 0; base < howmany(XFD_SETSIZE, NFDBITS); base++)
{
mask = OutputPending.fds_bits[ base ];
OutputPending.fds_bits[ base ] = 0;
while (mask)
{
index = ffs(mask) - 1;
mask &= ~lowbit(mask);
if ((index = ConnectionTranslation[(base * (sizeof(fd_mask)*8)) + index]) == 0)
continue;
client = clients[index];
if (client->clientGone)
continue;
oc = (OsCommPtr)client->osPrivate;
if (FD_ISSET(oc->fd, &ClientsWithInput))
{
FD_SET(oc->fd, &OutputPending); /* set the bit again */
NewOutputPending = TRUE;
}
else
(void)FlushClient(client, oc, (char *)NULL, 0);
}
}
}
void
FlushIfCriticalOutputPending(void)
{
if (CriticalOutputPending)
FlushAllOutput();
}
_X_EXPORT void
SetCriticalOutputPending(void)
{
CriticalOutputPending = TRUE;
}
/*****************
* WriteToClient
* Copies buf into ClientPtr.buf if it fits (with padding), else
* flushes ClientPtr.buf and buf to client. As of this writing,
* every use of WriteToClient is cast to void, and the result
* is ignored. Potentially, this could be used by requests
* that are sending several chunks of data and want to break
* out of a loop on error. Thus, we will leave the type of
* this routine as int.
*****************/
_X_EXPORT int
WriteToClient (ClientPtr who, int count, const char *buf)
{
OsCommPtr oc = (OsCommPtr)who->osPrivate;
ConnectionOutputPtr oco = oc->output;
int padBytes;
#ifdef DEBUG_COMMUNICATION
Bool multicount = FALSE;
#endif
if (!count)
return(0);
#ifdef DEBUG_COMMUNICATION
{
char info[128];
xError *err;
xGenericReply *rep;
xEvent *ev;
if (!who->replyBytesRemaining) {
switch(buf[0]) {
case X_Reply:
rep = (xGenericReply*)buf;
if (rep->sequenceNumber == who->sequence) {
snprintf(info,127,"Xreply: type: 0x%x data: 0x%x "
"len: %i seq#: 0x%x", rep->type, rep->data1,
rep->length, rep->sequenceNumber);
multicount = TRUE;
}
break;
case X_Error:
err = (xError*)buf;
snprintf(info,127,"Xerror: Code: 0x%x resID: 0x%x maj: 0x%x "
"min: %x", err->errorCode,err->resourceID,
err->minorCode,err->majorCode);
break;
default:
if ((buf[0] & 0x7f) == KeymapNotify)
snprintf(info,127,"KeymapNotifyEvent: %i",buf[0]);
else {
ev = (xEvent*)buf;
snprintf(info,127,"XEvent: type: 0x%x detail: 0x%x "
"seq#: 0x%x", ev->u.u.type, ev->u.u.detail,
ev->u.u.sequenceNumber);
}
}
ErrorF("REPLY: ClientIDX: %i %s\n",who->index, info);
} else
multicount = TRUE;
}
#endif
if (!oco)
{
if ((oco = FreeOutputs))
{
FreeOutputs = oco->next;
}
else if (!(oco = AllocateOutputBuffer()))
{
if (oc->trans_conn) {
_XSERVTransDisconnect(oc->trans_conn);
_XSERVTransClose(oc->trans_conn);
oc->trans_conn = NULL;
}
MarkClientException(who);
return -1;
}
oc->output = oco;
}
padBytes = padlength[count & 3];
if(ReplyCallback)
{
ReplyInfoRec replyinfo;
replyinfo.client = who;
replyinfo.replyData = buf;
replyinfo.dataLenBytes = count + padBytes;
if (who->replyBytesRemaining)
{ /* still sending data of an earlier reply */
who->replyBytesRemaining -= count + padBytes;
replyinfo.startOfReply = FALSE;
replyinfo.bytesRemaining = who->replyBytesRemaining;
CallCallbacks((&ReplyCallback), (pointer)&replyinfo);
}
else if (who->clientState == ClientStateRunning
&& buf[0] == X_Reply)
{ /* start of new reply */
CARD32 replylen;
unsigned long bytesleft;
replylen = ((xGenericReply *)buf)->length;
if (who->swapped)
swapl(&replylen);
bytesleft = (replylen * 4) + SIZEOF(xReply) - count - padBytes;
replyinfo.startOfReply = TRUE;
replyinfo.bytesRemaining = who->replyBytesRemaining = bytesleft;
CallCallbacks((&ReplyCallback), (pointer)&replyinfo);
}
}
#ifdef DEBUG_COMMUNICATION
else if (multicount) {
if (who->replyBytesRemaining) {
who->replyBytesRemaining -= (count + padBytes);
} else {
CARD32 replylen;
replylen = ((xGenericReply *)buf)->length;
who->replyBytesRemaining =
(replylen * 4) + SIZEOF(xReply) - count - padBytes;
}
}
#endif
if (oco->count == 0 || oco->count + count + padBytes > oco->size)
{
FD_CLR(oc->fd, &OutputPending);
if(!XFD_ANYSET(&OutputPending)) {
CriticalOutputPending = FALSE;
NewOutputPending = FALSE;
}
return FlushClient(who, oc, buf, count);
}
NewOutputPending = TRUE;
FD_SET(oc->fd, &OutputPending);
memmove((char *)oco->buf + oco->count, buf, count);
oco->count += count + padBytes;
return(count);
}
/********************
* FlushClient()
* If the client isn't keeping up with us, then we try to continue
* buffering the data and set the apropriate bit in ClientsWritable
* (which is used by WaitFor in the select). If the connection yields
* a permanent error, or we can't allocate any more space, we then
* close the connection.
*
**********************/
int
FlushClient(ClientPtr who, OsCommPtr oc, const char *extraBuf, int extraCount)
{
ConnectionOutputPtr oco = oc->output;
int connection = oc->fd;
XtransConnInfo trans_conn = oc->trans_conn;
struct iovec iov[3];
static char padBuffer[3];
long written;
long padsize;
long notWritten;
long todo;
if (!oco)
return 0;
written = 0;
padsize = padlength[extraCount & 3];
notWritten = oco->count + extraCount + padsize;
todo = notWritten;
while (notWritten) {
long before = written; /* amount of whole thing written */
long remain = todo; /* amount to try this time, <= notWritten */
int i = 0;
long len;
/* You could be very general here and have "in" and "out" iovecs
* and write a loop without using a macro, but what the heck. This
* translates to:
*
* how much of this piece is new?
* if more new then we are trying this time, clamp
* if nothing new
* then bump down amount already written, for next piece
* else put new stuff in iovec, will need all of next piece
*
* Note that todo had better be at least 1 or else we'll end up
* writing 0 iovecs.
*/
#define InsertIOV(pointer, length) \
len = (length) - before; \
if (len > remain) \
len = remain; \
if (len <= 0) { \
before = (-len); \
} else { \
iov[i].iov_len = len; \
iov[i].iov_base = (pointer) + before; \
i++; \
remain -= len; \
before = 0; \
}
InsertIOV ((char *)oco->buf, oco->count)
InsertIOV ((char *)extraBuf, extraCount)
InsertIOV (padBuffer, padsize)
errno = 0;
if (trans_conn && (len = _XSERVTransWritev(trans_conn, iov, i)) >= 0)
{
written += len;
notWritten -= len;
todo = notWritten;
}
else if (ETEST(errno)
#ifdef EMSGSIZE /* check for another brain-damaged OS bug */
|| ((errno == EMSGSIZE) && (todo == 1))
#endif
)
{
/* If we've arrived here, then the client is stuffed to the gills
and not ready to accept more. Make a note of it and buffer
the rest. */
FD_SET(connection, &ClientsWriteBlocked);
AnyClientsWriteBlocked = TRUE;
if (written < oco->count)
{
if (written > 0)
{
oco->count -= written;
memmove((char *)oco->buf,
(char *)oco->buf + written,
oco->count);
written = 0;
}
}
else
{
written -= oco->count;
oco->count = 0;
}
if (notWritten > oco->size)
{
unsigned char *obuf;
obuf = (unsigned char *)realloc(oco->buf,
notWritten + BUFSIZE);
if (!obuf)
{
_XSERVTransDisconnect(oc->trans_conn);
_XSERVTransClose(oc->trans_conn);
oc->trans_conn = NULL;
MarkClientException(who);
oco->count = 0;
return(-1);
}
oco->size = notWritten + BUFSIZE;
oco->buf = obuf;
}
/* If the amount written extended into the padBuffer, then the
difference "extraCount - written" may be less than 0 */
if ((len = extraCount - written) > 0)
memmove ((char *)oco->buf + oco->count,
extraBuf + written,
len);
oco->count = notWritten; /* this will include the pad */
/* return only the amount explicitly requested */
return extraCount;
}
#ifdef EMSGSIZE /* check for another brain-damaged OS bug */
else if (errno == EMSGSIZE)
{
todo >>= 1;
}
#endif
else
{
if (oc->trans_conn)
{
_XSERVTransDisconnect(oc->trans_conn);
_XSERVTransClose(oc->trans_conn);
oc->trans_conn = NULL;
}
MarkClientException(who);
oco->count = 0;
return(-1);
}
}
/* everything was flushed out */
oco->count = 0;
/* check to see if this client was write blocked */
if (AnyClientsWriteBlocked)
{
FD_CLR(oc->fd, &ClientsWriteBlocked);
if (! XFD_ANYSET(&ClientsWriteBlocked))
AnyClientsWriteBlocked = FALSE;
}
if (oco->size > BUFWATERMARK)
{
free(oco->buf);
free(oco);
}
else
{
oco->next = FreeOutputs;
FreeOutputs = oco;
}
oc->output = (ConnectionOutputPtr)NULL;
return extraCount; /* return only the amount explicitly requested */
}
ConnectionInputPtr
AllocateInputBuffer(void)
{
ConnectionInputPtr oci;
oci = (ConnectionInputPtr)malloc(sizeof(ConnectionInput));
if (!oci)
return (ConnectionInputPtr)NULL;
oci->buffer = (char *)malloc(BUFSIZE);
if (!oci->buffer)
{
free(oci);
return (ConnectionInputPtr)NULL;
}
oci->size = BUFSIZE;
oci->bufptr = oci->buffer;
oci->bufcnt = 0;
oci->lenLastReq = 0;
return oci;
}
ConnectionOutputPtr
AllocateOutputBuffer(void)
{
ConnectionOutputPtr oco;
oco = (ConnectionOutputPtr)malloc(sizeof(ConnectionOutput));
if (!oco)
return (ConnectionOutputPtr)NULL;
oco->buf = malloc(BUFSIZE);
if (!oco->buf)
{
free(oco);
return (ConnectionOutputPtr)NULL;
}
oco->size = BUFSIZE;
oco->count = 0;
return oco;
}
void
ResetOsBuffers(void)
{
ConnectionInputPtr oci;
ConnectionOutputPtr oco;
while ((oci = FreeInputs))
{
FreeInputs = oci->next;
free(oci->buffer);
free(oci);
}
while ((oco = FreeOutputs))
{
FreeOutputs = oco->next;
free(oco->buf);
free(oco);
}
}