Commit 797b9e5a authored by Linus Torvalds's avatar Linus Torvalds
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Merge branch 'for-linus' of git://git.samba.org/sfrench/cifs-2.6

Pull CIFS updates from Steve French:
 "This patchset is the final section of the SMB2.1 support merge for
  cifs.ko.  It also includes improvements to the cifs socket handling
  from Jeff, and also fixes a few cifs bug fixes.  It adds SMB2 support
  for file and inode operations as well as moves some existing cifs code
  to use ops server struct of protocol specific callbacks.

  Most of this code is SMB2 specific.  When enabled SMB2.1 does pass
  various functional tests including most of the connectathon test
  suite, For SMB2.1, Connectathon test 4 and some related tests fail due
  to not updating mode bits remotely (cifsacl support where mode bits
  are approximated with the cifs acl is not enable for smb2), and test8
  (symlink) support is not completed for SMB2 yet (note that we will
  likely have a "Unix Extensions" eventually, at least for Samba, so in
  the long run posix locks won't have to be emulated when mounting Linux
  to Linux, but for most NAS and for Windows mounts posix lock emulation
  will still used for SMB2 in a similar fashion as we do for cifs).

  SMB2.1 dialect is supported.  Although additional fixes to enable smb2
  (the original smb2.02) dialect and to add various optional features of
  the smb3 dialect are expected to be added in the future as testing
  progresses, currently mounting with the "vers=2.1" is supported (in
  order to mount using SMB2.1 to servers like Samba 4, and Windows 7,
  Windows 2008R2)."

* 'for-linus' of git://git.samba.org/sfrench/cifs-2.6: (82 commits)
  [CIFS] Fix indentation of fs/cifs/Kconfig entries
  [CIFS] Fix SMB2 negotiation support to select only one dialect (based on vers=)
  cifs: obtain file access during backup intent lookup (resend)
  CIFS: Fix possible freed pointer dereference in CIFS_SessSetup
  CIFS: Fix possible freed pointer dereference in SMB2_sess_setup
  CIFS: Make ops->close return void
  cifs: change DOS/NT/POSIX mapping of ERRnoresource
  cifs: remove support for deprecated "forcedirectio" and "strictcache" mount options
  cifs: remove support for CIFS_IOC_CHECKUMOUNT ioctl
  CIFS: Fix possible memory leaks in SMB2 code
  CIFS: Fix endian conversion of IndexNumber
  Trivial endian fixes
  MARK SMB2 support EXPERIMENTAL
  Update cifs version number
  cifs: add FL_CLOSE to fl_flags mask in cifs_read_flock
  cifs: Mangle string used for unc in /proc/mounts
  cifs: cleanups for cifs_mkdir_qinfo
  CIFS: Fix fast lease break after open problem
  CIFS: Add SMB2.1 lease break support
  CIFS: Fix cache coherency for read oplock case
  ...
parents 9c0ece06 1d4ab907
......@@ -9,13 +9,14 @@ config CIFS
select CRYPTO_ARC4
select CRYPTO_ECB
select CRYPTO_DES
select CRYPTO_SHA256
help
This is the client VFS module for the Common Internet File System
(CIFS) protocol which is the successor to the Server Message Block
(SMB) protocol, the native file sharing mechanism for most early
PC operating systems. The CIFS protocol is fully supported by
file servers such as Windows 2000 (including Windows 2003, NT 4
and Windows XP) as well by Samba (which provides excellent CIFS
file servers such as Windows 2000 (including Windows 2003, Windows 2008,
NT 4 and Windows XP) as well by Samba (which provides excellent CIFS
server support for Linux and many other operating systems). Limited
support for OS/2 and Windows ME and similar servers is provided as
well.
......@@ -114,6 +115,13 @@ config CIFS_POSIX
(such as Samba 3.10 and later) which can negotiate
CIFS POSIX ACL support. If unsure, say N.
config CIFS_ACL
bool "Provide CIFS ACL support"
depends on CIFS_XATTR && KEYS
help
Allows fetching CIFS/NTFS ACL from the server. The DACL blob
is handed over to the application/caller.
config CIFS_DEBUG2
bool "Enable additional CIFS debugging routines"
depends on CIFS
......@@ -138,21 +146,6 @@ config CIFS_DFS_UPCALL
IP addresses) which is needed for implicit mounts of DFS junction
points. If unsure, say N.
config CIFS_FSCACHE
bool "Provide CIFS client caching support"
depends on CIFS=m && FSCACHE || CIFS=y && FSCACHE=y
help
Makes CIFS FS-Cache capable. Say Y here if you want your CIFS data
to be cached locally on disk through the general filesystem cache
manager. If unsure, say N.
config CIFS_ACL
bool "Provide CIFS ACL support"
depends on CIFS_XATTR && KEYS
help
Allows to fetch CIFS/NTFS ACL from the server. The DACL blob
is handed over to the application/caller.
config CIFS_NFSD_EXPORT
bool "Allow nfsd to export CIFS file system (EXPERIMENTAL)"
depends on CIFS && EXPERIMENTAL && BROKEN
......@@ -161,7 +154,7 @@ config CIFS_NFSD_EXPORT
config CIFS_SMB2
bool "SMB2 network file system support (EXPERIMENTAL)"
depends on EXPERIMENTAL && INET && BROKEN
depends on CIFS && EXPERIMENTAL && INET
select NLS
select KEYS
select FSCACHE
......@@ -178,3 +171,12 @@ config CIFS_SMB2
(compared to cifs) due to protocol improvements.
Unless you are a developer or tester, say N.
config CIFS_FSCACHE
bool "Provide CIFS client caching support"
depends on CIFS=m && FSCACHE || CIFS=y && FSCACHE=y
help
Makes CIFS FS-Cache capable. Say Y here if you want your CIFS data
to be cached locally on disk through the general filesystem cache
manager. If unsure, say N.
......@@ -17,4 +17,4 @@ cifs-$(CONFIG_CIFS_DFS_UPCALL) += dns_resolve.o cifs_dfs_ref.o
cifs-$(CONFIG_CIFS_FSCACHE) += fscache.o cache.o
cifs-$(CONFIG_CIFS_SMB2) += smb2ops.o smb2maperror.o smb2transport.o \
smb2misc.o smb2pdu.o smb2inode.o
smb2misc.o smb2pdu.o smb2inode.o smb2file.o
......@@ -1222,7 +1222,7 @@ struct cifs_ntsd *get_cifs_acl(struct cifs_sb_info *cifs_sb,
if (!open_file)
return get_cifs_acl_by_path(cifs_sb, path, pacllen);
pntsd = get_cifs_acl_by_fid(cifs_sb, open_file->netfid, pacllen);
pntsd = get_cifs_acl_by_fid(cifs_sb, open_file->fid.netfid, pacllen);
cifsFileInfo_put(open_file);
return pntsd;
}
......
......@@ -29,6 +29,7 @@
#include "ntlmssp.h"
#include <linux/ctype.h>
#include <linux/random.h>
#include <linux/highmem.h>
/*
* Calculate and return the CIFS signature based on the mac key and SMB PDU.
......@@ -37,11 +38,13 @@
* the sequence number before this function is called. Also, this function
* should be called with the server->srv_mutex held.
*/
static int cifs_calc_signature(const struct kvec *iov, int n_vec,
static int cifs_calc_signature(struct smb_rqst *rqst,
struct TCP_Server_Info *server, char *signature)
{
int i;
int rc;
struct kvec *iov = rqst->rq_iov;
int n_vec = rqst->rq_nvec;
if (iov == NULL || signature == NULL || server == NULL)
return -EINVAL;
......@@ -91,6 +94,16 @@ static int cifs_calc_signature(const struct kvec *iov, int n_vec,
}
}
/* now hash over the rq_pages array */
for (i = 0; i < rqst->rq_npages; i++) {
struct kvec p_iov;
cifs_rqst_page_to_kvec(rqst, i, &p_iov);
crypto_shash_update(&server->secmech.sdescmd5->shash,
p_iov.iov_base, p_iov.iov_len);
kunmap(rqst->rq_pages[i]);
}
rc = crypto_shash_final(&server->secmech.sdescmd5->shash, signature);
if (rc)
cERROR(1, "%s: Could not generate md5 hash", __func__);
......@@ -99,12 +112,12 @@ static int cifs_calc_signature(const struct kvec *iov, int n_vec,
}
/* must be called with server->srv_mutex held */
int cifs_sign_smbv(struct kvec *iov, int n_vec, struct TCP_Server_Info *server,
int cifs_sign_rqst(struct smb_rqst *rqst, struct TCP_Server_Info *server,
__u32 *pexpected_response_sequence_number)
{
int rc = 0;
char smb_signature[20];
struct smb_hdr *cifs_pdu = (struct smb_hdr *)iov[0].iov_base;
struct smb_hdr *cifs_pdu = (struct smb_hdr *)rqst->rq_iov[0].iov_base;
if ((cifs_pdu == NULL) || (server == NULL))
return -EINVAL;
......@@ -125,7 +138,7 @@ int cifs_sign_smbv(struct kvec *iov, int n_vec, struct TCP_Server_Info *server,
*pexpected_response_sequence_number = server->sequence_number++;
server->sequence_number++;
rc = cifs_calc_signature(iov, n_vec, server, smb_signature);
rc = cifs_calc_signature(rqst, server, smb_signature);
if (rc)
memset(cifs_pdu->Signature.SecuritySignature, 0, 8);
else
......@@ -134,6 +147,15 @@ int cifs_sign_smbv(struct kvec *iov, int n_vec, struct TCP_Server_Info *server,
return rc;
}
int cifs_sign_smbv(struct kvec *iov, int n_vec, struct TCP_Server_Info *server,
__u32 *pexpected_response_sequence)
{
struct smb_rqst rqst = { .rq_iov = iov,
.rq_nvec = n_vec };
return cifs_sign_rqst(&rqst, server, pexpected_response_sequence);
}
/* must be called with server->srv_mutex held */
int cifs_sign_smb(struct smb_hdr *cifs_pdu, struct TCP_Server_Info *server,
__u32 *pexpected_response_sequence_number)
......@@ -147,14 +169,14 @@ int cifs_sign_smb(struct smb_hdr *cifs_pdu, struct TCP_Server_Info *server,
pexpected_response_sequence_number);
}
int cifs_verify_signature(struct kvec *iov, unsigned int nr_iov,
int cifs_verify_signature(struct smb_rqst *rqst,
struct TCP_Server_Info *server,
__u32 expected_sequence_number)
{
unsigned int rc;
char server_response_sig[8];
char what_we_think_sig_should_be[20];
struct smb_hdr *cifs_pdu = (struct smb_hdr *)iov[0].iov_base;
struct smb_hdr *cifs_pdu = (struct smb_hdr *)rqst->rq_iov[0].iov_base;
if (cifs_pdu == NULL || server == NULL)
return -EINVAL;
......@@ -186,8 +208,7 @@ int cifs_verify_signature(struct kvec *iov, unsigned int nr_iov,
cifs_pdu->Signature.Sequence.Reserved = 0;
mutex_lock(&server->srv_mutex);
rc = cifs_calc_signature(iov, nr_iov, server,
what_we_think_sig_should_be);
rc = cifs_calc_signature(rqst, server, what_we_think_sig_should_be);
mutex_unlock(&server->srv_mutex);
if (rc)
......@@ -686,12 +707,17 @@ calc_seckey(struct cifs_ses *ses)
void
cifs_crypto_shash_release(struct TCP_Server_Info *server)
{
if (server->secmech.hmacsha256)
crypto_free_shash(server->secmech.hmacsha256);
if (server->secmech.md5)
crypto_free_shash(server->secmech.md5);
if (server->secmech.hmacmd5)
crypto_free_shash(server->secmech.hmacmd5);
kfree(server->secmech.sdeschmacsha256);
kfree(server->secmech.sdeschmacmd5);
kfree(server->secmech.sdescmd5);
......@@ -716,6 +742,13 @@ cifs_crypto_shash_allocate(struct TCP_Server_Info *server)
goto crypto_allocate_md5_fail;
}
server->secmech.hmacsha256 = crypto_alloc_shash("hmac(sha256)", 0, 0);
if (IS_ERR(server->secmech.hmacsha256)) {
cERROR(1, "could not allocate crypto hmacsha256\n");
rc = PTR_ERR(server->secmech.hmacsha256);
goto crypto_allocate_hmacsha256_fail;
}
size = sizeof(struct shash_desc) +
crypto_shash_descsize(server->secmech.hmacmd5);
server->secmech.sdeschmacmd5 = kmalloc(size, GFP_KERNEL);
......@@ -727,7 +760,6 @@ cifs_crypto_shash_allocate(struct TCP_Server_Info *server)
server->secmech.sdeschmacmd5->shash.tfm = server->secmech.hmacmd5;
server->secmech.sdeschmacmd5->shash.flags = 0x0;
size = sizeof(struct shash_desc) +
crypto_shash_descsize(server->secmech.md5);
server->secmech.sdescmd5 = kmalloc(size, GFP_KERNEL);
......@@ -739,12 +771,29 @@ cifs_crypto_shash_allocate(struct TCP_Server_Info *server)
server->secmech.sdescmd5->shash.tfm = server->secmech.md5;
server->secmech.sdescmd5->shash.flags = 0x0;
size = sizeof(struct shash_desc) +
crypto_shash_descsize(server->secmech.hmacsha256);
server->secmech.sdeschmacsha256 = kmalloc(size, GFP_KERNEL);
if (!server->secmech.sdeschmacsha256) {
cERROR(1, "%s: Can't alloc hmacsha256\n", __func__);
rc = -ENOMEM;
goto crypto_allocate_hmacsha256_sdesc_fail;
}
server->secmech.sdeschmacsha256->shash.tfm = server->secmech.hmacsha256;
server->secmech.sdeschmacsha256->shash.flags = 0x0;
return 0;
crypto_allocate_hmacsha256_sdesc_fail:
kfree(server->secmech.sdescmd5);
crypto_allocate_md5_sdesc_fail:
kfree(server->secmech.sdeschmacmd5);
crypto_allocate_hmacmd5_sdesc_fail:
crypto_free_shash(server->secmech.hmacsha256);
crypto_allocate_hmacsha256_fail:
crypto_free_shash(server->secmech.md5);
crypto_allocate_md5_fail:
......
......@@ -36,6 +36,7 @@
#include <linux/kthread.h>
#include <linux/freezer.h>
#include <linux/namei.h>
#include <linux/random.h>
#include <net/ipv6.h>
#include "cifsfs.h"
#include "cifspdu.h"
......@@ -51,7 +52,6 @@
#ifdef CONFIG_CIFS_SMB2
#include "smb2pdu.h"
#endif
#define CIFS_MAGIC_NUMBER 0xFF534D42 /* the first four bytes of SMB PDUs */
int cifsFYI = 0;
int cifsERROR = 1;
......@@ -89,6 +89,10 @@ extern mempool_t *cifs_mid_poolp;
struct workqueue_struct *cifsiod_wq;
#ifdef CONFIG_CIFS_SMB2
__u8 cifs_client_guid[SMB2_CLIENT_GUID_SIZE];
#endif
static int
cifs_read_super(struct super_block *sb)
{
......@@ -160,13 +164,12 @@ cifs_statfs(struct dentry *dentry, struct kstatfs *buf)
struct super_block *sb = dentry->d_sb;
struct cifs_sb_info *cifs_sb = CIFS_SB(sb);
struct cifs_tcon *tcon = cifs_sb_master_tcon(cifs_sb);
int rc = -EOPNOTSUPP;
struct TCP_Server_Info *server = tcon->ses->server;
unsigned int xid;
int rc = 0;
xid = get_xid();
buf->f_type = CIFS_MAGIC_NUMBER;
/*
* PATH_MAX may be too long - it would presumably be total path,
* but note that some servers (includinng Samba 3) have a shorter
......@@ -178,27 +181,8 @@ cifs_statfs(struct dentry *dentry, struct kstatfs *buf)
buf->f_files = 0; /* undefined */
buf->f_ffree = 0; /* unlimited */
/*
* We could add a second check for a QFS Unix capability bit
*/
if ((tcon->ses->capabilities & CAP_UNIX) &&
(CIFS_POSIX_EXTENSIONS & le64_to_cpu(tcon->fsUnixInfo.Capability)))
rc = CIFSSMBQFSPosixInfo(xid, tcon, buf);
/*
* Only need to call the old QFSInfo if failed on newer one,
* e.g. by OS/2.
**/
if (rc && (tcon->ses->capabilities & CAP_NT_SMBS))
rc = CIFSSMBQFSInfo(xid, tcon, buf);
/*
* Some old Windows servers also do not support level 103, retry with
* older level one if old server failed the previous call or we
* bypassed it because we detected that this was an older LANMAN sess
*/
if (rc)
rc = SMBOldQFSInfo(xid, tcon, buf);
if (server->ops->queryfs)
rc = server->ops->queryfs(xid, tcon, buf);
free_xid(xid);
return 0;
......@@ -239,9 +223,10 @@ cifs_alloc_inode(struct super_block *sb)
return NULL;
cifs_inode->cifsAttrs = 0x20; /* default */
cifs_inode->time = 0;
/* Until the file is open and we have gotten oplock
info back from the server, can not assume caching of
file data or metadata */
/*
* Until the file is open and we have gotten oplock info back from the
* server, can not assume caching of file data or metadata.
*/
cifs_set_oplock_level(cifs_inode, 0);
cifs_inode->delete_pending = false;
cifs_inode->invalid_mapping = false;
......@@ -249,11 +234,16 @@ cifs_alloc_inode(struct super_block *sb)
cifs_inode->server_eof = 0;
cifs_inode->uniqueid = 0;
cifs_inode->createtime = 0;
/* Can not set i_flags here - they get immediately overwritten
to zero by the VFS */
/* cifs_inode->vfs_inode.i_flags = S_NOATIME | S_NOCMTIME;*/
#ifdef CONFIG_CIFS_SMB2
get_random_bytes(cifs_inode->lease_key, SMB2_LEASE_KEY_SIZE);
#endif
/*
* Can not set i_flags here - they get immediately overwritten to zero
* by the VFS.
*/
/* cifs_inode->vfs_inode.i_flags = S_NOATIME | S_NOCMTIME; */
INIT_LIST_HEAD(&cifs_inode->openFileList);
INIT_LIST_HEAD(&cifs_inode->llist);
return &cifs_inode->vfs_inode;
}
......@@ -360,7 +350,8 @@ cifs_show_options(struct seq_file *s, struct dentry *root)
cifs_show_security(s, tcon->ses->server);
cifs_show_cache_flavor(s, cifs_sb);
seq_printf(s, ",unc=%s", tcon->treeName);
seq_printf(s, ",unc=");
seq_escape(s, tcon->treeName, " \t\n\\");
if (cifs_sb->mnt_cifs_flags & CIFS_MOUNT_MULTIUSER)
seq_printf(s, ",multiuser");
......@@ -957,7 +948,7 @@ cifs_init_once(void *inode)
struct cifsInodeInfo *cifsi = inode;
inode_init_once(&cifsi->vfs_inode);
mutex_init(&cifsi->lock_mutex);
init_rwsem(&cifsi->lock_sem);
}
static int
......@@ -1127,6 +1118,10 @@ init_cifs(void)
spin_lock_init(&cifs_file_list_lock);
spin_lock_init(&GlobalMid_Lock);
#ifdef CONFIG_CIFS_SMB2
get_random_bytes(cifs_client_guid, SMB2_CLIENT_GUID_SIZE);
#endif
if (cifs_max_pending < 2) {
cifs_max_pending = 2;
cFYI(1, "cifs_max_pending set to min of 2");
......
......@@ -128,5 +128,5 @@ extern long cifs_ioctl(struct file *filep, unsigned int cmd, unsigned long arg);
extern const struct export_operations cifs_export_ops;
#endif /* CONFIG_CIFS_NFSD_EXPORT */
#define CIFS_VERSION "1.78"
#define CIFS_VERSION "2.0"
#endif /* _CIFSFS_H */
......@@ -32,6 +32,8 @@
#include "smb2pdu.h"
#endif
#define CIFS_MAGIC_NUMBER 0xFF534D42 /* the first four bytes of SMB PDUs */
/*
* The sizes of various internal tables and strings
*/
......@@ -128,8 +130,10 @@ struct sdesc {
struct cifs_secmech {
struct crypto_shash *hmacmd5; /* hmac-md5 hash function */
struct crypto_shash *md5; /* md5 hash function */
struct crypto_shash *hmacsha256; /* hmac-sha256 hash function */
struct sdesc *sdeschmacmd5; /* ctxt to generate ntlmv2 hash, CR1 */
struct sdesc *sdescmd5; /* ctxt to generate cifs/smb signature */
struct sdesc *sdeschmacsha256; /* ctxt to generate smb2 signature */
};
/* per smb session structure/fields */
......@@ -158,9 +162,24 @@ struct cifs_cred {
*****************************************************************
*/
/*
* A smb_rqst represents a complete request to be issued to a server. It's
* formed by a kvec array, followed by an array of pages. Page data is assumed
* to start at the beginning of the first page.
*/
struct smb_rqst {
struct kvec *rq_iov; /* array of kvecs */
unsigned int rq_nvec; /* number of kvecs in array */
struct page **rq_pages; /* pointer to array of page ptrs */
unsigned int rq_npages; /* number pages in array */
unsigned int rq_pagesz; /* page size to use */
unsigned int rq_tailsz; /* length of last page */
};
enum smb_version {
Smb_1 = 1,
Smb_21,
Smb_30,
};
struct mid_q_entry;
......@@ -171,17 +190,23 @@ struct cifs_tcon;
struct dfs_info3_param;
struct cifs_fattr;
struct smb_vol;
struct cifs_fid;
struct cifs_readdata;
struct cifs_writedata;
struct cifs_io_parms;
struct cifs_search_info;
struct cifsInodeInfo;
struct smb_version_operations {
int (*send_cancel)(struct TCP_Server_Info *, void *,
struct mid_q_entry *);
bool (*compare_fids)(struct cifsFileInfo *, struct cifsFileInfo *);
/* setup request: allocate mid, sign message */
int (*setup_request)(struct cifs_ses *, struct kvec *, unsigned int,
struct mid_q_entry **);
struct mid_q_entry *(*setup_request)(struct cifs_ses *,
struct smb_rqst *);
/* setup async request: allocate mid, sign message */
int (*setup_async_request)(struct TCP_Server_Info *, struct kvec *,
unsigned int, struct mid_q_entry **);
struct mid_q_entry *(*setup_async_request)(struct TCP_Server_Info *,
struct smb_rqst *);
/* check response: verify signature, map error */
int (*check_receive)(struct mid_q_entry *, struct TCP_Server_Info *,
bool);
......@@ -212,6 +237,10 @@ struct smb_version_operations {
bool (*need_neg)(struct TCP_Server_Info *);
/* negotiate to the server */
int (*negotiate)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_ses *);
/* set negotiated write size */
unsigned int (*negotiate_wsize)(struct cifs_tcon *, struct smb_vol *);
/* set negotiated read size */
unsigned int (*negotiate_rsize)(struct cifs_tcon *, struct smb_vol *);
/* setup smb sessionn */
int (*sess_setup)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_ses *,
const struct nls_table *);
......@@ -235,10 +264,22 @@ struct smb_version_operations {
int (*query_path_info)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
struct cifs_sb_info *, const char *,
FILE_ALL_INFO *, bool *);
/* query file data from the server */
int (*query_file_info)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
struct cifs_fid *, FILE_ALL_INFO *);
/* get server index number */
int (*get_srv_inum)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
struct cifs_sb_info *, const char *,
u64 *uniqueid, FILE_ALL_INFO *);
/* set size by path */
int (*set_path_size)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
const char *, __u64, struct cifs_sb_info *, bool);
/* set size by file handle */
int (*set_file_size)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
struct cifsFileInfo *, __u64, bool);
/* set attributes */
int (*set_file_info)(struct inode *, const char *, FILE_BASIC_INFO *,
const unsigned int);
/* build a full path to the root of the mount */
char * (*build_path_to_root)(struct smb_vol *, struct cifs_sb_info *,
struct cifs_tcon *);
......@@ -256,10 +297,84 @@ struct smb_version_operations {
/* remove directory */
int (*rmdir)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *, const char *,
struct cifs_sb_info *);
/* unlink file */
int (*unlink)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *, const char *,
struct cifs_sb_info *);
/* open, rename and delete file */
int (*rename_pending_delete)(const char *, struct dentry *,
const unsigned int);
/* send rename request */
int (*rename)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *, const char *,
const char *, struct cifs_sb_info *);
/* send create hardlink request */
int (*create_hardlink)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
const char *, const char *,
struct cifs_sb_info *);
/* open a file for non-posix mounts */
int (*open)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *, const char *, int,
int, int, struct cifs_fid *, __u32 *, FILE_ALL_INFO *,
struct cifs_sb_info *);
/* set fid protocol-specific info */
void (*set_fid)(struct cifsFileInfo *, struct cifs_fid *, __u32);
/* close a file */
void (*close)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
struct cifs_fid *);
/* send a flush request to the server */
int (*flush)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *, struct cifs_fid *);
/* async read from the server */
int (*async_readv)(struct cifs_readdata *);
/* async write to the server */
int (*async_writev)(struct cifs_writedata *);
/* sync read from the server */
int (*sync_read)(const unsigned int, struct cifsFileInfo *,
struct cifs_io_parms *, unsigned int *, char **,
int *);
/* sync write to the server */
int (*sync_write)(const unsigned int, struct cifsFileInfo *,
struct cifs_io_parms *, unsigned int *, struct kvec *,
unsigned long);
/* open dir, start readdir */
int (*query_dir_first)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
const char *, struct cifs_sb_info *,
struct cifs_fid *, __u16,
struct cifs_search_info *);
/* continue readdir */
int (*query_dir_next)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
struct cifs_fid *,
__u16, struct cifs_search_info *srch_inf);
/* close dir */
int (*close_dir)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
struct cifs_fid *);
/* calculate a size of SMB message */
unsigned int (*calc_smb_size)(void *);
/* check for STATUS_PENDING and process it in a positive case */
bool (*is_status_pending)(char *, struct TCP_Server_Info *, int);
/* send oplock break response */
int (*oplock_response)(struct cifs_tcon *, struct cifs_fid *,
struct cifsInodeInfo *);
/* query remote filesystem */
int (*queryfs)(const unsigned int, struct cifs_tcon *,
struct kstatfs *);
/* send mandatory brlock to the server */
int (*mand_lock)(const unsigned int, struct cifsFileInfo *, __u64,
__u64, __u32, int, int, bool);
/* unlock range of mandatory locks */
int (*mand_unlock_range)(struct cifsFileInfo *, struct file_lock *,
const unsigned int);
/* push brlocks from the cache to the server */
int (*push_mand_locks)(struct cifsFileInfo *);
/* get lease key of the inode */
void (*get_lease_key)(struct inode *, struct cifs_fid *fid);
/* set lease key of the inode */
void (*set_lease_key)(struct inode *, struct cifs_fid *fid);
/* generate new lease key */
void (*new_lease_key)(struct cifs_fid *fid);
};
struct smb_version_values {
char *version_string;
__u16 protocol_id;
__u32 req_capabilities;
__u32 large_lock_type;
__u32 exclusive_lock_type;
__u32 shared_lock_type;
......@@ -495,6 +610,51 @@ get_next_mid(struct TCP_Server_Info *server)
return server->ops->get_next_mid(server);
}
/*
* When the server supports very large reads and writes via POSIX extensions,
* we can allow up to 2^24-1, minus the size of a READ/WRITE_AND_X header, not
* including the RFC1001 length.
*
* Note that this might make for "interesting" allocation problems during
* writeback however as we have to allocate an array of pointers for the
* pages. A 16M write means ~32kb page array with PAGE_CACHE_SIZE == 4096.
*
* For reads, there is a similar problem as we need to allocate an array
* of kvecs to handle the receive, though that should only need to be done
* once.
*/
#define CIFS_MAX_WSIZE ((1<<24) - 1 - sizeof(WRITE_REQ) + 4)
#define CIFS_MAX_RSIZE ((1<<24) - sizeof(READ_RSP) + 4)
/*
* When the server doesn't allow large posix writes, only allow a rsize/wsize
* of 2^17-1 minus the size of the call header. That allows for a read or
* write up to the maximum size described by RFC1002.
*/
#define CIFS_MAX_RFC1002_WSIZE ((1<<17) - 1 - sizeof(WRITE_REQ) + 4)
#define CIFS_MAX_RFC1002_RSIZE ((1<<17) - 1 - sizeof(READ_RSP) + 4)
/*
* The default wsize is 1M. find_get_pages seems to return a maximum of 256
* pages in a single call. With PAGE_CACHE_SIZE == 4k, this means we can fill
* a single wsize request with a single call.