Merge branch 'refs/heads/t/mixer-fix'
[paraslash.git] / fd.c
1 /* Copyright (C) 2006 Andre Noll <maan@tuebingen.mpg.de>, see file COPYING. */
2
3 /** \file fd.c Helper functions for file descriptor handling. */
4
5 #include <regex.h>
6 #include <sys/types.h>
7 #include <dirent.h>
8 #include <sys/mman.h>
9
10 #include "para.h"
11 #include "error.h"
12 #include "string.h"
13 #include "fd.h"
14
15 /**
16 * Change the name or location of a file.
17 *
18 * \param oldpath File to be moved.
19 * \param newpath Destination.
20 *
21 * This is just a simple wrapper for the rename(2) system call which returns a
22 * paraslash error code and prints an error message on failure.
23 *
24 * \return Standard.
25 *
26 * \sa rename(2).
27 */
28 int xrename(const char *oldpath, const char *newpath)
29 {
30 int ret = rename(oldpath, newpath);
31
32 if (ret >= 0)
33 return 1;
34 ret = -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
35 PARA_ERROR_LOG("failed to rename %s -> %s\n", oldpath, newpath);
36 return ret;
37 }
38
39 /**
40 * Write an array of buffers to a file descriptor.
41 *
42 * \param fd The file descriptor.
43 * \param iov Pointer to one or more buffers.
44 * \param iovcnt The number of buffers.
45 *
46 * EAGAIN/EWOULDBLOCK is not considered a fatal error condition. For example
47 * DCCP CCID3 has a sending wait queue which fills up and is emptied
48 * asynchronously. The EAGAIN case means that there is currently no space in
49 * the wait queue, but this can change at any moment.
50 *
51 * \return Negative on fatal errors, number of bytes written else.
52 *
53 * For blocking file descriptors, this function returns either the sum of all
54 * buffer sizes, or the error code of the fatal error that caused the last
55 * write call to fail.
56 *
57 * For nonblocking file descriptors there is a third possibility: Any positive
58 * return value less than the sum of the buffer sizes indicates that some bytes
59 * have been written but the next write would block.
60 *
61 * \sa writev(2), \ref xwrite().
62 */
63 int xwritev(int fd, struct iovec *iov, int iovcnt)
64 {
65 size_t written = 0;
66 int i;
67 struct iovec saved_iov, *curiov;
68
69 i = 0;
70 curiov = iov;
71 saved_iov = *curiov;
72 while (i < iovcnt && curiov->iov_len > 0) {
73 ssize_t ret = writev(fd, curiov, iovcnt - i);
74 if (ret >= 0) {
75 written += ret;
76 while (ret > 0) {
77 if (ret < curiov->iov_len) {
78 curiov->iov_base += ret;
79 curiov->iov_len -= ret;
80 break;
81 }
82 ret -= curiov->iov_len;
83 *curiov = saved_iov;
84 i++;
85 if (i >= iovcnt)
86 return written;
87 curiov++;
88 saved_iov = *curiov;
89 }
90 continue;
91 }
92 if (errno == EINTR)
93 /*
94 * The write() call was interrupted by a signal before
95 * any data was written. Try again.
96 */
97 continue;
98 if (errno == EAGAIN || errno == EWOULDBLOCK)
99 /*
100 * We don't consider this an error. Note that POSIX
101 * allows either error to be returned, and does not
102 * require these constants to have the same value.
103 */
104 return written;
105 /* fatal error */
106 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
107 }
108 return written;
109 }
110
111 /**
112 * Write a buffer to a file descriptor, re-writing on short writes.
113 *
114 * \param fd The file descriptor.
115 * \param buf The buffer to write.
116 * \param len The number of bytes to write.
117 *
118 * This is a simple wrapper for \ref xwritev().
119 *
120 * \return The return value of the underlying call to \ref xwritev().
121 */
122 int xwrite(int fd, const char *buf, size_t len)
123 {
124 struct iovec iov = {.iov_base = (void *)buf, .iov_len = len};
125 return xwritev(fd, &iov, 1);
126 }
127
128 /**
129 * Write all data to a file descriptor.
130 *
131 * \param fd The file descriptor.
132 * \param buf The buffer to be sent.
133 * \param len The length of \a buf.
134 *
135 * This is like \ref xwrite() but returns \p -E_SHORT_WRITE if not
136 * all data could be written.
137 *
138 * \return Number of bytes written on success, negative error code else.
139 */
140 int write_all(int fd, const char *buf, size_t len)
141 {
142 int ret = xwrite(fd, buf, len);
143
144 if (ret < 0)
145 return ret;
146 if (ret != len)
147 return -E_SHORT_WRITE;
148 return ret;
149 }
150
151 /**
152 * Write a buffer given by a format string.
153 *
154 * \param fd The file descriptor.
155 * \param fmt A format string.
156 *
157 * \return The return value of the underlying call to \ref write_all().
158 */
159 __printf_2_3 int write_va_buffer(int fd, const char *fmt, ...)
160 {
161 char *msg;
162 int ret;
163 va_list ap;
164
165 va_start(ap, fmt);
166 ret = xvasprintf(&msg, fmt, ap);
167 va_end(ap);
168 ret = write_all(fd, msg, ret);
169 free(msg);
170 return ret;
171 }
172
173 /**
174 * Read from a non-blocking file descriptor into multiple buffers.
175 *
176 * \param fd The file descriptor to read from.
177 * \param iov Scatter/gather array used in readv().
178 * \param iovcnt Number of elements in \a iov.
179 * \param rfds An optional fd set pointer.
180 * \param num_bytes Result pointer. Contains the number of bytes read from \a fd.
181 *
182 * If rfds is not NULL and the (non-blocking) file descriptor fd is not set in
183 * rfds, this function returns early without doing anything. Otherwise it tries
184 * to read up to sz bytes from fd, where sz is the sum of the lengths of all
185 * vectors in iov. Like \ref xwrite(), EAGAIN and EINTR are not considered
186 * error conditions. However, EOF is.
187 *
188 * \return Zero or a negative error code. If the underlying call to readv(2)
189 * returned zero (indicating an end of file condition) or failed for some
190 * reason other than EAGAIN or EINTR, a negative error code is returned.
191 *
192 * In any case, \a num_bytes contains the number of bytes that have been
193 * successfully read from \a fd (zero if the first readv() call failed with
194 * EAGAIN). Note that even if the function returns negative, some data might
195 * have been read before the error occurred. In this case \a num_bytes is
196 * positive.
197 *
198 * \sa \ref xwrite(), read(2), readv(2).
199 */
200 int readv_nonblock(int fd, struct iovec *iov, int iovcnt, fd_set *rfds,
201 size_t *num_bytes)
202 {
203 int ret, i, j;
204
205 *num_bytes = 0;
206 /*
207 * Avoid a shortcoming of select(): Reads from a non-blocking fd might
208 * return EAGAIN even if FD_ISSET() returns true. However, FD_ISSET()
209 * returning false definitely means that no data can currently be read.
210 * This is the common case, so it is worth to avoid the overhead of the
211 * read() system call in this case.
212 */
213 if (rfds && !FD_ISSET(fd, rfds))
214 return 0;
215
216 for (i = 0, j = 0; i < iovcnt;) {
217
218 /* fix up the first iov */
219 assert(j < iov[i].iov_len);
220 iov[i].iov_base += j;
221 iov[i].iov_len -= j;
222 ret = readv(fd, iov + i, iovcnt - i);
223 iov[i].iov_base -= j;
224 iov[i].iov_len += j;
225
226 if (ret == 0)
227 return -E_EOF;
228 if (ret < 0) {
229 if (errno == EAGAIN || errno == EINTR)
230 return 0;
231 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
232 }
233 *num_bytes += ret;
234 while (ret > 0) {
235 if (ret < iov[i].iov_len - j) {
236 j += ret;
237 break;
238 }
239 ret -= iov[i].iov_len - j;
240 j = 0;
241 if (++i >= iovcnt)
242 break;
243 }
244 }
245 return 0;
246 }
247
248 /**
249 * Read from a non-blocking file descriptor into a single buffer.
250 *
251 * \param fd The file descriptor to read from.
252 * \param buf The buffer to read data to.
253 * \param sz The size of \a buf.
254 * \param rfds \see \ref readv_nonblock().
255 * \param num_bytes \see \ref readv_nonblock().
256 *
257 * This is a simple wrapper for readv_nonblock() which uses an iovec with a single
258 * buffer.
259 *
260 * \return The return value of the underlying call to readv_nonblock().
261 */
262 int read_nonblock(int fd, void *buf, size_t sz, fd_set *rfds, size_t *num_bytes)
263 {
264 struct iovec iov = {.iov_base = buf, .iov_len = sz};
265 return readv_nonblock(fd, &iov, 1, rfds, num_bytes);
266 }
267
268 /**
269 * Read a buffer and check its content for a pattern.
270 *
271 * \param fd The file descriptor to receive from.
272 * \param pattern The expected pattern.
273 * \param bufsize The size of the internal buffer.
274 * \param rfds Passed to read_nonblock().
275 *
276 * This function tries to read at most \a bufsize bytes from the non-blocking
277 * file descriptor \a fd. If at least \p strlen(\a pattern) bytes have been
278 * received, the beginning of the received buffer is compared with \a pattern,
279 * ignoring case.
280 *
281 * \return Positive if \a pattern was received, negative on errors, zero if no data
282 * was available to read.
283 *
284 * \sa \ref read_nonblock(), \sa strncasecmp(3).
285 */
286 int read_pattern(int fd, const char *pattern, size_t bufsize, fd_set *rfds)
287 {
288 size_t n, len;
289 char *buf = para_malloc(bufsize + 1);
290 int ret = read_nonblock(fd, buf, bufsize, rfds, &n);
291
292 buf[n] = '\0';
293 if (ret < 0)
294 goto out;
295 ret = 0;
296 if (n == 0)
297 goto out;
298 ret = -E_READ_PATTERN;
299 len = strlen(pattern);
300 if (n < len)
301 goto out;
302 if (strncasecmp(buf, pattern, len) != 0)
303 goto out;
304 ret = 1;
305 out:
306 if (ret < 0) {
307 PARA_NOTICE_LOG("%s\n", para_strerror(-ret));
308 PARA_NOTICE_LOG("recvd %zu bytes: %s\n", n, buf);
309 }
310 free(buf);
311 return ret;
312 }
313
314 /**
315 * Check whether a file exists.
316 *
317 * \param fn The file name.
318 *
319 * \return True iff file exists.
320 */
321 bool file_exists(const char *fn)
322 {
323 struct stat statbuf;
324
325 return !stat(fn, &statbuf);
326 }
327
328 /**
329 * Paraslash's wrapper for select(2).
330 *
331 * It calls select(2) (with no exceptfds) and starts over if select() was
332 * interrupted by a signal.
333 *
334 * \param n The highest-numbered descriptor in any of the two sets, plus 1.
335 * \param readfds fds that should be checked for readability.
336 * \param writefds fds that should be checked for writablility.
337 * \param timeout_tv upper bound on the amount of time elapsed before select()
338 * returns.
339 *
340 * \return The return value of the underlying select() call on success, the
341 * negative system error code on errors.
342 *
343 * All arguments are passed verbatim to select(2).
344 * \sa select(2) select_tut(2).
345 */
346 int para_select(int n, fd_set *readfds, fd_set *writefds,
347 struct timeval *timeout_tv)
348 {
349 int ret;
350 do
351 ret = select(n, readfds, writefds, NULL, timeout_tv);
352 while (ret < 0 && errno == EINTR);
353 if (ret < 0)
354 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
355 return ret;
356 }
357
358 /**
359 * Set a file descriptor to blocking mode.
360 *
361 * \param fd The file descriptor.
362 *
363 * \return Standard.
364 */
365 __must_check int mark_fd_blocking(int fd)
366 {
367 int flags = fcntl(fd, F_GETFL);
368 if (flags < 0)
369 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
370 flags = fcntl(fd, F_SETFL, ((long)flags) & ~O_NONBLOCK);
371 if (flags < 0)
372 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
373 return 1;
374 }
375
376 /**
377 * Set a file descriptor to non-blocking mode.
378 *
379 * \param fd The file descriptor.
380 *
381 * \return Standard.
382 */
383 __must_check int mark_fd_nonblocking(int fd)
384 {
385 int flags = fcntl(fd, F_GETFL);
386 if (flags < 0)
387 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
388 flags = fcntl(fd, F_SETFL, ((long)flags) | O_NONBLOCK);
389 if (flags < 0)
390 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
391 return 1;
392 }
393
394 /**
395 * Set a file descriptor in a fd_set.
396 *
397 * \param fd The file descriptor to be set.
398 * \param fds The file descriptor set.
399 * \param max_fileno Highest-numbered file descriptor.
400 *
401 * This wrapper for FD_SET() passes its first two arguments to \p FD_SET. Upon
402 * return, \a max_fileno contains the maximum of the old_value and \a fd.
403 *
404 * \sa \ref para_select.
405 */
406 void para_fd_set(int fd, fd_set *fds, int *max_fileno)
407 {
408 assert(fd >= 0 && fd < FD_SETSIZE);
409 #if 0
410 {
411 int flags = fcntl(fd, F_GETFL);
412 if (!(flags & O_NONBLOCK)) {
413 PARA_EMERG_LOG("fd %d is a blocking file descriptor\n", fd);
414 exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
415 }
416 }
417 #endif
418 FD_SET(fd, fds);
419 *max_fileno = PARA_MAX(*max_fileno, fd);
420 }
421
422 /**
423 * Paraslash's wrapper for mmap.
424 *
425 * \param length Number of bytes to mmap.
426 * \param prot Either PROT_NONE or the bitwise OR of one or more of
427 * PROT_EXEC PROT_READ PROT_WRITE.
428 * \param flags Exactly one of MAP_SHARED and MAP_PRIVATE.
429 * \param fd The file to mmap from.
430 * \param map Result pointer.
431 *
432 * \return Standard.
433 *
434 * \sa mmap(2).
435 */
436 int para_mmap(size_t length, int prot, int flags, int fd, void *map)
437 {
438 void **m = map;
439
440 errno = EINVAL;
441 if (!length)
442 goto err;
443 *m = mmap(NULL, length, prot, flags, fd, (off_t)0);
444 if (*m != MAP_FAILED)
445 return 1;
446 err:
447 *m = NULL;
448 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
449 }
450
451 /**
452 * Wrapper for the open(2) system call.
453 *
454 * \param path The filename.
455 * \param flags The usual open(2) flags.
456 * \param mode Specifies the permissions to use.
457 *
458 * The mode parameter must be specified when O_CREAT is in the flags, and is
459 * ignored otherwise.
460 *
461 * \return The file descriptor on success, negative on errors.
462 *
463 * \sa open(2).
464 */
465 int para_open(const char *path, int flags, mode_t mode)
466 {
467 int ret = open(path, flags, mode);
468
469 if (ret >= 0)
470 return ret;
471 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
472 }
473
474 /**
475 * Wrapper for chdir(2).
476 *
477 * \param path The specified directory.
478 *
479 * \return Standard.
480 */
481 int para_chdir(const char *path)
482 {
483 int ret = chdir(path);
484
485 if (ret >= 0)
486 return 1;
487 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
488 }
489
490 /**
491 * Save the cwd and open a given directory.
492 *
493 * \param dirname Path to the directory to open.
494 * \param dir Result pointer.
495 * \param cwd File descriptor of the current working directory.
496 *
497 * \return Standard.
498 *
499 * Opening the current directory (".") and calling fchdir() to return is
500 * usually faster and more reliable than saving cwd in some buffer and calling
501 * chdir() afterwards.
502 *
503 * If \a cwd is not \p NULL "." is opened and the resulting file descriptor is
504 * stored in \a cwd. If the function returns success, and \a cwd is not \p
505 * NULL, the caller must close this file descriptor (probably after calling
506 * fchdir(*cwd)).
507 *
508 * On errors, the function undos everything, so the caller needs neither close
509 * any files, nor change back to the original working directory.
510 *
511 * \sa getcwd(3).
512 *
513 */
514 static int para_opendir(const char *dirname, DIR **dir, int *cwd)
515 {
516 int ret;
517
518 *dir = NULL;
519 if (cwd) {
520 ret = para_open(".", O_RDONLY, 0);
521 if (ret < 0)
522 return ret;
523 *cwd = ret;
524 }
525 ret = para_chdir(dirname);
526 if (ret < 0)
527 goto close_cwd;
528 *dir = opendir(".");
529 if (*dir)
530 return 1;
531 ret = -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
532 /* Ignore return value of fchdir() and close(). We're busted anyway. */
533 if (cwd) {
534 int __a_unused ret2 = fchdir(*cwd); /* STFU, gcc */
535 }
536 close_cwd:
537 if (cwd)
538 close(*cwd);
539 return ret;
540 }
541
542 /**
543 * A wrapper for mkdir(2).
544 *
545 * \param path Name of the directory to create.
546 * \param mode The permissions to use.
547 *
548 * \return Standard.
549 */
550 int para_mkdir(const char *path, mode_t mode)
551 {
552 if (!mkdir(path, mode))
553 return 1;
554 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
555 }
556
557 /**
558 * Open a file and map it into memory.
559 *
560 * \param path Name of the regular file to map.
561 * \param open_mode Either \p O_RDONLY or \p O_RDWR.
562 * \param map On success, the mapping is returned here.
563 * \param size size of the mapping.
564 * \param fd_ptr The file descriptor of the mapping.
565 *
566 * If \a fd_ptr is \p NULL, the file descriptor resulting from the underlying
567 * open call is closed after mmap(). Otherwise the file is kept open and the
568 * file descriptor is returned in \a fd_ptr.
569 *
570 * \return Standard.
571 *
572 * \sa para_open(), mmap(2).
573 */
574 int mmap_full_file(const char *path, int open_mode, void **map,
575 size_t *size, int *fd_ptr)
576 {
577 int fd, ret, mmap_prot, mmap_flags;
578 struct stat file_status;
579
580 if (open_mode == O_RDONLY) {
581 mmap_prot = PROT_READ;
582 mmap_flags = MAP_PRIVATE;
583 } else {
584 mmap_prot = PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE;
585 mmap_flags = MAP_SHARED;
586 }
587 ret = para_open(path, open_mode, 0);
588 if (ret < 0)
589 return ret;
590 fd = ret;
591 if (fstat(fd, &file_status) < 0) {
592 ret = -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
593 goto out;
594 }
595 *size = file_status.st_size;
596 /*
597 * If the file is empty, *size is zero and mmap() would return EINVAL
598 * (Invalid argument). This error is common enough to spend an extra
599 * error code which explicitly states the problem.
600 */
601 ret = -E_EMPTY;
602 if (*size == 0)
603 goto out;
604 /*
605 * If fd refers to a directory, mmap() returns ENODEV (No such device),
606 * at least on Linux. "Is a directory" seems to be more to the point.
607 */
608 ret = -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(EISDIR);
609 if (S_ISDIR(file_status.st_mode))
610 goto out;
611
612 ret = para_mmap(*size, mmap_prot, mmap_flags, fd, map);
613 out:
614 if (ret < 0 || !fd_ptr)
615 close(fd);
616 else
617 *fd_ptr = fd;
618 return ret;
619 }
620
621 /**
622 * A wrapper for munmap(2).
623 *
624 * \param start The start address of the memory mapping.
625 * \param length The size of the mapping.
626 *
627 * \return Standard.
628 *
629 * \sa munmap(2), \ref mmap_full_file().
630 */
631 int para_munmap(void *start, size_t length)
632 {
633 int err;
634
635 if (!start)
636 return 0;
637 if (munmap(start, length) >= 0)
638 return 1;
639 err = errno;
640 PARA_ERROR_LOG("munmap (%p/%zu) failed: %s\n", start, length,
641 strerror(err));
642 return -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(err);
643 }
644
645 /**
646 * Check a file descriptor for writability.
647 *
648 * \param fd The file descriptor.
649 *
650 * \return positive if fd is ready for writing, zero if it isn't, negative if
651 * an error occurred.
652 */
653
654 int write_ok(int fd)
655 {
656 struct timeval tv;
657 fd_set wfds;
658
659 FD_ZERO(&wfds);
660 FD_SET(fd, &wfds);
661 tv.tv_sec = 0;
662 tv.tv_usec = 0;
663 return para_select(fd + 1, NULL, &wfds, &tv);
664 }
665
666 /**
667 * Ensure that file descriptors 0, 1, and 2 are valid.
668 *
669 * Common approach that opens /dev/null until it gets a file descriptor greater
670 * than two.
671 */
672 void valid_fd_012(void)
673 {
674 while (1) {
675 int fd = open("/dev/null", O_RDWR);
676 if (fd < 0)
677 exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
678 if (fd > 2) {
679 close(fd);
680 break;
681 }
682 }
683 }
684
685 /**
686 * Traverse the given directory recursively.
687 *
688 * \param dirname The directory to traverse.
689 * \param func The function to call for each entry.
690 * \param private_data Pointer to an arbitrary data structure.
691 *
692 * For each regular file under \a dirname, the supplied function \a func is
693 * called. The full path of the regular file and the \a private_data pointer
694 * are passed to \a func. Directories for which the calling process has no
695 * permissions to change to are silently ignored.
696 *
697 * \return Standard.
698 */
699 int for_each_file_in_dir(const char *dirname,
700 int (*func)(const char *, void *), void *private_data)
701 {
702 DIR *dir;
703 struct dirent *entry;
704 int cwd_fd, ret = para_opendir(dirname, &dir, &cwd_fd);
705
706 if (ret < 0)
707 return ret == -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(EACCES)? 1 : ret;
708 /* scan cwd recursively */
709 while ((entry = readdir(dir))) {
710 mode_t m;
711 char *tmp;
712 struct stat s;
713
714 if (!strcmp(entry->d_name, "."))
715 continue;
716 if (!strcmp(entry->d_name, ".."))
717 continue;
718 if (lstat(entry->d_name, &s) == -1)
719 continue;
720 m = s.st_mode;
721 if (!S_ISREG(m) && !S_ISDIR(m))
722 continue;
723 tmp = make_message("%s/%s", dirname, entry->d_name);
724 if (!S_ISDIR(m)) {
725 ret = func(tmp, private_data);
726 free(tmp);
727 if (ret < 0)
728 goto out;
729 continue;
730 }
731 /* directory */
732 ret = for_each_file_in_dir(tmp, func, private_data);
733 free(tmp);
734 if (ret < 0)
735 goto out;
736 }
737 ret = 1;
738 out:
739 closedir(dir);
740 if (fchdir(cwd_fd) < 0 && ret >= 0)
741 ret = -ERRNO_TO_PARA_ERROR(errno);
742 close(cwd_fd);
743 return ret;
744 }