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/*- * See the file LICENSE for redistribution information. * * Copyright (c) 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 * Sleepycat Software. All rights reserved. * * @(#)log.h 11.5 (Sleepycat) 9/18/99 */ #ifndef _LOG_H_ #define _LOG_H_ struct __db_log; typedef struct __db_log DB_LOG; struct __fname; typedef struct __fname FNAME; struct __hdr; typedef struct __hdr HDR; struct __log; typedef struct __log LOG; struct __log_persist; typedef struct __log_persist LOGP; #ifndef MAXLFNAME #define LFPREFIX "log." /* Log file name prefix. */ #define LFNAME "log.%010d" /* Log file name template. */ #define LFNAME_V1 "log.%05d" /* Log file name template, rev 1. */ #define MAXLFNAME 2000000000 /* Maximum log file name. */ #endif #define LG_MAX_DEFAULT (10 * MEGABYTE) /* 10 MB. */ #define LG_BSIZE_DEFAULT (32 * 1024) /* 32 KB. */ #define LG_BASE_REGION_SIZE (60 * 1024) /* 60 KB. */ /* * The log region isn't fixed size because we store the registered * file names there. */ #define LOG_REGION_SIZE (30 * 1024) /* * The per-process table that maps log file-id's to DB structures. */ typedef struct __db_entry { DB *dbp; /* Associated DB structure. */ u_int32_t refcount; /* Reference counted. */ u_int32_t count; /* Number of ops on a deleted db. */ int deleted; /* File was not found during open. */ } DB_ENTRY; /* * DB_LOG * Per-process log structure. */ struct __db_log { /* * These fields need to be protected for multi-threaded support. * * !!! * As this structure is allocated in per-process memory, the mutex may need * to be stored elsewhere on architectures unable to support mutexes in heap * memory, e.g., HP/UX 9. */ MUTEX *mutexp; /* Mutex for thread protection. */ DB_ENTRY *dbentry; /* Recovery file-id mapping. */ #define DB_GROW_SIZE 64 u_int32_t dbentry_cnt; /* Entries. Grows by DB_GROW_SIZE. */ /* * These fields are always accessed while the region lock is held, so they do * not have to be protected by the thread lock as well, OR, they are only used * when threads are not being used, i.e. most cursor operations are disallowed * on threaded logs. */ u_int32_t lfname; /* Log file "name". */ DB_FH lfh; /* Log file handle. */ DB_LSN c_lsn; /* Cursor: current LSN. */ DBT c_dbt; /* Cursor: return DBT structure. */ DB_FH c_fh; /* Cursor: file handle. */ u_int32_t c_off; /* Cursor: previous record offset. */ u_int32_t c_len; /* Cursor: current record length. */ u_int8_t *bufp; /* Region buffer. */ /* These fields are not protected. */ DB_ENV *dbenv; /* Reference to error information. */ REGINFO reginfo; /* Region information. */ /* * These fields are used by XA; since XA forbids threaded execution, these * do not have to be protected. */ void *xa_info; /* Committed transaction list that * has to be carried between calls * to xa_recover. */ DB_LSN xa_lsn; /* Position of an XA recovery scan. */ DB_LSN xa_first; /* LSN to which we need to roll back for this XA recovery scan. */ /* * !!! * Currently used to hold: * DBC_RECOVER (a DBC flag) */ u_int32_t flags; }; /* * HDR -- * Log record header. */ struct __hdr { u_int32_t prev; /* Previous offset. */ u_int32_t cksum; /* Current checksum. */ u_int32_t len; /* Current length. */ }; struct __log_persist { u_int32_t magic; /* DB_LOGMAGIC */ u_int32_t version; /* DB_LOGVERSION */ u_int32_t lg_max; /* Maximum file size. */ int mode; /* Log file mode. */ }; /* * LOG -- * Shared log region. One of these is allocated in shared memory, * and describes the log. */ struct __log { LOGP persist; /* Persistent information. */ SH_TAILQ_HEAD(__fq) fq; /* List of file names. */ /* * The lsn LSN is the file offset that we're about to write and which * we will return to the user. */ DB_LSN lsn; /* LSN at current file offset. */ /* * The s_lsn LSN is the last LSN that we know is on disk, not just * written, but synced. */ DB_LSN s_lsn; /* LSN of the last sync. */ u_int32_t len; /* Length of the last record. */ u_int32_t w_off; /* Current write offset in the file. */ DB_LSN chkpt_lsn; /* LSN of the last checkpoint. */ time_t chkpt; /* Time of the last checkpoint. */ DB_LOG_STAT stat; /* Log statistics. */ /* * The f_lsn LSN is the LSN (returned to the user) that "owns" the * first byte of the buffer. If the record associated with the LSN * spans buffers, it may not reflect the physical file location of * the first byte of the buffer. */ DB_LSN f_lsn; /* LSN of first byte in the buffer. */ size_t b_off; /* Current offset in the buffer. */ roff_t buffer_off; /* Log buffer offset. */ u_int32_t buffer_size; /* Log buffer size. */ }; /* * FNAME -- * File name and id. */ struct __fname { SH_TAILQ_ENTRY q; /* File name queue. */ u_int16_t ref; /* Reference count. */ int32_t id; /* Logging file id. */ DBTYPE s_type; /* Saved DB type. */ roff_t name_off; /* Name offset. */ u_int8_t ufid[DB_FILE_ID_LEN]; /* Unique file id. */ }; /* File open/close register log record opcodes. */ #define LOG_CHECKPOINT 1 /* Checkpoint: file name/id dump. */ #define LOG_CLOSE 2 /* File close. */ #define LOG_OPEN 3 /* File open. */ #include "log_auto.h" #include "log_ext.h" #endif /* _LOG_H_ */