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/* Copyright 2001-2005 The Apache Software Foundation or its licensors, as * applicable. * * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. * You may obtain a copy of the License at * * * * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * limitations under the License. */ /** * @file scoreboard.h * @brief Apache scoreboard library */ #ifndef APACHE_SCOREBOARD_H #define APACHE_SCOREBOARD_H #ifdef __cplusplus extern "C" { #endif #ifdef HAVE_SYS_TIMES_H #include <sys/time.h> #include <sys/times.h> #elif defined(TPF) #include <time.h> #endif #include "ap_config.h" #include "apr_hooks.h" #include "apr_thread_proc.h" #include "apr_portable.h" #include "apr_shm.h" #include "apr_optional.h" /* Scoreboard file, if there is one */ #ifndef DEFAULT_SCOREBOARD #define DEFAULT_SCOREBOARD "logs/apache_runtime_status" #endif /* Scoreboard info on a process is, for now, kept very brief --- * just status value and pid (the latter so that the caretaker process * can properly update the scoreboard when a process dies). We may want * to eventually add a separate set of long_score structures which would * give, for each process, the number of requests serviced, and info on * the current, or most recent, request. * * Status values: */ #define SERVER_DEAD 0 #define SERVER_STARTING 1 /* Server Starting up */ #define SERVER_READY 2 /* Waiting for connection (or accept() lock) */ #define SERVER_BUSY_READ 3 /* Reading a client request */ #define SERVER_BUSY_WRITE 4 /* Processing a client request */ #define SERVER_BUSY_KEEPALIVE 5 /* Waiting for more requests via keepalive */ #define SERVER_BUSY_LOG 6 /* Logging the request */ #define SERVER_BUSY_DNS 7 /* Looking up a hostname */ #define SERVER_CLOSING 8 /* Closing the connection */ #define SERVER_GRACEFUL 9 /* server is gracefully finishing request */ #define SERVER_IDLE_KILL 10 /* Server is cleaning up idle children. */ #define SERVER_NUM_STATUS 11 /* number of status settings */ /* Type used for generation indicies. Startup and every restart cause a * new generation of children to be spawned. Children within the same * generation share the same configuration information -- pointers to stuff * created at config time in the parent are valid across children. However, * this can't work effectively with non-forked architectures. So while the * arrays in the scoreboard never change between the parent and forked * children, so they do not require shm storage, the contents of the shm * may contain no pointers. */ typedef int ap_generation_t; /* Is the scoreboard shared between processes or not? * Set by the MPM when the scoreboard is created. */ typedef enum { SB_NOT_SHARED = 1, SB_SHARED = 2 } ap_scoreboard_e; #define SB_WORKING 0 /* The server is busy and the child is useful. */ #define SB_IDLE_DIE 1 /* The server is idle and the child is superfluous. */ /* The child should check for this and exit gracefully. */ /* stuff which is worker specific */ /***********************WARNING***************************************/ /* These are things that are used by mod_status. Do not put anything */ /* in here that you cannot live without. This structure will not */ /* be available if mod_status is not loaded. */ /*********************************************************************/ typedef struct worker_score worker_score; struct worker_score { int thread_num; #if APR_HAS_THREADS apr_os_thread_t tid; #endif /* With some MPMs (e.g., worker), a worker_score can represent * a thread in a terminating process which is no longer * represented by the corresponding process_score. These MPMs * should set pid and generation fields in the worker_score. */ pid_t pid; ap_generation_t generation; unsigned char status; unsigned long access_count; apr_off_t bytes_served; unsigned long my_access_count; apr_off_t my_bytes_served; apr_off_t conn_bytes; unsigned short conn_count; apr_time_t start_time; apr_time_t stop_time; #ifdef HAVE_TIMES struct tms times; #endif apr_time_t last_used; char client[32]; /* Keep 'em small... */ char request[64]; /* We just want an idea... */ char vhost[32]; /* What virtual host is being accessed? */ }; typedef struct { int server_limit; int thread_limit; ap_scoreboard_e sb_type; ap_generation_t running_generation; /* the generation of children which * should still be serving requests. */ apr_time_t restart_time; int lb_limit; } global_score; /* stuff which the parent generally writes and the children rarely read */ typedef struct process_score process_score; struct process_score{ pid_t pid; ap_generation_t generation; /* generation of this child */ ap_scoreboard_e sb_type; int quiescing; /* the process whose pid is stored above is * going down gracefully */ }; /* stuff which is lb specific */ typedef struct lb_score lb_score; struct lb_score{ /* TODO: make a real stuct from this */ unsigned char data[1024]; }; /* Scoreboard is now in 'local' memory, since it isn't updated once created, * even in forked architectures. Child created-processes (non-fork) will * set up these indicies into the (possibly relocated) shmem records. */ typedef struct { global_score *global; process_score *parent; worker_score **servers; lb_score *balancers; } scoreboard; typedef struct ap_sb_handle_t ap_sb_handle_t; AP_DECLARE(int) ap_exists_scoreboard_image(void); AP_DECLARE(void) ap_increment_counts(ap_sb_handle_t *sbh, request_rec *r); int ap_create_scoreboard(apr_pool_t *p, ap_scoreboard_e t); apr_status_t ap_reopen_scoreboard(apr_pool_t *p, apr_shm_t **shm, int detached); void ap_init_scoreboard(void *shared_score); AP_DECLARE(int) ap_calc_scoreboard_size(void); apr_status_t ap_cleanup_scoreboard(void *d); AP_DECLARE(void) ap_create_sb_handle(ap_sb_handle_t **new_sbh, apr_pool_t *p, int child_num, int thread_num); int find_child_by_pid(apr_proc_t *pid); AP_DECLARE(int) ap_update_child_status(ap_sb_handle_t *sbh, int status, request_rec *r); AP_DECLARE(int) ap_update_child_status_from_indexes(int child_num, int thread_num, int status, request_rec *r); void ap_time_process_request(ap_sb_handle_t *sbh, int status); AP_DECLARE(worker_score *) ap_get_scoreboard_worker(int x, int y); AP_DECLARE(process_score *) ap_get_scoreboard_process(int x); AP_DECLARE(global_score *) ap_get_scoreboard_global(void); AP_DECLARE(lb_score *) ap_get_scoreboard_lb(int lb_num); AP_DECLARE_DATA extern scoreboard *ap_scoreboard_image; AP_DECLARE_DATA extern const char *ap_scoreboard_fname; AP_DECLARE_DATA extern int ap_extended_status; AP_DECLARE_DATA extern ap_generation_t volatile ap_my_generation; /* Hooks */ /** * Hook for post scoreboard creation, pre mpm. * @param p Apache pool to allocate from. * @param sb_type * @ingroup hooks * @return OK or DECLINE on success; anything else is a error */ AP_DECLARE_HOOK(int, pre_mpm, (apr_pool_t *p, ap_scoreboard_e sb_type)) /** * proxy load balancer * @return the number of load balancer workers. */ APR_DECLARE_OPTIONAL_FN(int, ap_proxy_lb_workers, (void)); /* for time_process_request() in http_main.c */ #define START_PREQUEST 1 #define STOP_PREQUEST 2 #ifdef __cplusplus } #endif #endif /* !APACHE_SCOREBOARD_H */