1: /*
   2:  * Sun RPC is a product of Sun Microsystems, Inc. and is provided for
   3:  * unrestricted use provided that this legend is included on all tape
   4:  * media and as a part of the software program in whole or part.  Users
   5:  * may copy or modify Sun RPC without charge, but are not authorized
   6:  * to license or distribute it to anyone else except as part of a product or
   7:  * program developed by the user.
   8:  *
   9:  * SUN RPC IS PROVIDED AS IS WITH NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING THE
  10:  * WARRANTIES OF DESIGN, MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
  11:  * PURPOSE, OR ARISING FROM A COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OR TRADE PRACTICE.
  12:  *
  13:  * Sun RPC is provided with no support and without any obligation on the
  14:  * part of Sun Microsystems, Inc. to assist in its use, correction,
  15:  * modification or enhancement.
  16:  *
  17:  * SUN MICROSYSTEMS, INC. SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY WITH RESPECT TO THE
  18:  * INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHTS, TRADE SECRETS OR ANY PATENTS BY SUN RPC
  19:  * OR ANY PART THEREOF.
  20:  *
  21:  * In no event will Sun Microsystems, Inc. be liable for any lost revenue
  22:  * or profits or other special, indirect and consequential damages, even if
  23:  * Sun has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
  24:  *
  25:  * Sun Microsystems, Inc.
  26:  * 2550 Garcia Avenue
  27:  * Mountain View, California  94043
  28:  */
  29: /*      @(#)svc.h 1.2 85/02/08 SMI      */
  30: 
  31: /*
  32:  * svc.h, Server-side remote procedure call interface.
  33:  *
  34:  * Copyright (C) 1984, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
  35:  */
  36: 
  37: /*
  38:  * This interface must manage two items concerning remote procedure calling:
  39:  *
  40:  * 1) An arbitrary number of transport connections upon which rpc requests
  41:  * are received.  The two most notable transports are TCP and UDP;  they are
  42:  * created and registered by routines in svc_tcp.c and svc_udp.c, respectively;
  43:  * they in turn call xprt_register and xprt_unregister.
  44:  *
  45:  * 2) An arbitrary number of locally registered services.  Services are
  46:  * described by the following four data: program number, version number,
  47:  * "service dispatch" function, a transport handle, and a boolean that
  48:  * indicates whether or not the exported program should be registered with a
  49:  * local binder service;  if true the program's number and version and the
  50:  * port number from the transport handle are registered with the binder.
  51:  * These data are registered with the rpc svc system via svc_register.
  52:  *
  53:  * A service's dispatch function is called whenever an rpc request comes in
  54:  * on a transport.  The request's program and version numbers must match
  55:  * those of the registered service.  The dispatch function is passed two
  56:  * parameters, struct svc_req * and SVCXPRT *, defined below.
  57:  */
  58: 
  59: enum xprt_stat {
  60:     XPRT_DIED,
  61:     XPRT_MOREREQS,
  62:     XPRT_IDLE
  63: };
  64: 
  65: /*
  66:  * Server side transport handle
  67:  */
  68: typedef struct {
  69:     int     xp_sock;
  70:     u_short     xp_port;     /* associated port number */
  71:     struct xp_ops {
  72:         bool_t  (*xp_recv)();    /* receive incomming requests */
  73:         enum xprt_stat (*xp_stat)(); /* get transport status */
  74:         bool_t  (*xp_getargs)(); /* get arguments */
  75:         bool_t  (*xp_reply)();   /* send reply */
  76:         bool_t  (*xp_freeargs)();/* free mem allocated for args */
  77:         void    (*xp_destroy)(); /* destroy this struct */
  78:     } *xp_ops;
  79:     int     xp_addrlen;  /* length of remote address */
  80:     struct sockaddr_in xp_raddr;     /* remote address */
  81:     struct opaque_auth xp_verf;  /* raw response verifier */
  82:     caddr_t     xp_p1;       /* private */
  83:     caddr_t     xp_p2;       /* private */
  84: } SVCXPRT;
  85: 
  86: /*
  87:  *  Approved way of getting address of caller
  88:  */
  89: #define svc_getcaller(x) (&(x)->xp_raddr)
  90: 
  91: /*
  92:  * Operations defined on an SVCXPRT handle
  93:  *
  94:  * SVCXPRT		*xprt;
  95:  * struct rpc_msg	*msg;
  96:  * xdrproc_t		 xargs;
  97:  * caddr_t		 argsp;
  98:  */
  99: #define SVC_RECV(xprt, msg)             \
 100:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_recv)((xprt), (msg))
 101: #define svc_recv(xprt, msg)             \
 102:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_recv)((xprt), (msg))
 103: 
 104: #define SVC_STAT(xprt)                  \
 105:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_stat)(xprt)
 106: #define svc_stat(xprt)                  \
 107:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_stat)(xprt)
 108: 
 109: #define SVC_GETARGS(xprt, xargs, argsp)         \
 110:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_getargs)((xprt), (xargs), (argsp))
 111: #define svc_getargs(xprt, xargs, argsp)         \
 112:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_getargs)((xprt), (xargs), (argsp))
 113: 
 114: #define SVC_REPLY(xprt, msg)                \
 115:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_reply) ((xprt), (msg))
 116: #define svc_reply(xprt, msg)                \
 117:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_reply) ((xprt), (msg))
 118: 
 119: #define SVC_FREEARGS(xprt, xargs, argsp)        \
 120:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_freeargs)((xprt), (xargs), (argsp))
 121: #define svc_freeargs(xprt, xargs, argsp)        \
 122:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_freeargs)((xprt), (xargs), (argsp))
 123: 
 124: #define SVC_DESTROY(xprt)               \
 125:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_destroy)(xprt)
 126: #define svc_destroy(xprt)               \
 127:     (*(xprt)->xp_ops->xp_destroy)(xprt)
 128: 
 129: 
 130: /*
 131:  * Service request
 132:  */
 133: struct svc_req {
 134:     u_long      rq_prog;    /* service program number */
 135:     u_long      rq_vers;    /* service protocol version */
 136:     u_long      rq_proc;    /* the desired procedure */
 137:     struct opaque_auth rq_cred; /* raw creds from the wire */
 138:     caddr_t     rq_clntcred;    /* read only cooked cred */
 139:     SVCXPRT *rq_xprt;       /* associated transport */
 140: };
 141: 
 142: 
 143: /*
 144:  * Service registration
 145:  *
 146:  * svc_register(xprt, prog, vers, dispatch, protocol)
 147:  *	SVCXPRT *xprt;
 148:  *	u_long prog;
 149:  *	u_long vers;
 150:  *	void (*dispatch)();
 151:  *	int protocol;  /* like TCP or UDP, zero means do not register
 152:  */
 153: extern bool_t   svc_register();
 154: 
 155: /*
 156:  * Service un-registration
 157:  *
 158:  * svc_unregister(prog, vers)
 159:  *	u_long prog;
 160:  *	u_long vers;
 161:  */
 162: extern void svc_unregister();
 163: 
 164: /*
 165:  * Transport registration.
 166:  *
 167:  * xprt_register(xprt)
 168:  *	SVCXPRT *xprt;
 169:  */
 170: extern void xprt_register();
 171: 
 172: /*
 173:  * Transport un-register
 174:  *
 175:  * xprt_unregister(xprt)
 176:  *	SVCXPRT *xprt;
 177:  */
 178: extern void xprt_unregister();
 179: 
 180: 
 181: /*
 182:  * When the service routine is called, it must first check to see if it
 183:  * knows about the procedure;  if not, it should call svcerr_noproc
 184:  * and return.  If so, it should deserialize its arguments via
 185:  * SVC_GETARGS (defined above).  If the deserialization does not work,
 186:  * svcerr_decode should be called followed by a return.  Successful
 187:  * decoding of the arguments should be followed the execution of the
 188:  * procedure's code and a call to svc_sendreply.
 189:  *
 190:  * Also, if the service refuses to execute the procedure due to too-
 191:  * weak authentication parameters, svcerr_weakauth should be called.
 192:  * Note: do not confuse access-control failure with weak authentication!
 193:  *
 194:  * NB: In pure implementations of rpc, the caller always waits for a reply
 195:  * msg.  This message is sent when svc_sendreply is called.
 196:  * Therefore pure service implementations should always call
 197:  * svc_sendreply even if the function logically returns void;  use
 198:  * xdr.h - xdr_void for the xdr routine.  HOWEVER, tcp based rpc allows
 199:  * for the abuse of pure rpc via batched calling or pipelining.  In the
 200:  * case of a batched call, svc_sendreply should NOT be called since
 201:  * this would send a return message, which is what batching tries to avoid.
 202:  * It is the service/protocol writer's responsibility to know which calls are
 203:  * batched and which are not.  Warning: responding to batch calls may
 204:  * deadlock the caller and server processes!
 205:  */
 206: 
 207: extern bool_t  svc_sendreply();
 208: extern void svcerr_noproc();
 209: extern void svcerr_decode();
 210: extern void svcerr_weakauth();
 211: 
 212: /*
 213:  * Lowest level dispatching -OR- who owns this process anyway.
 214:  * Somebody has to wait for incoming requests and then call the correct
 215:  * service routine.  The routine svc_run does infinite waiting; i.e.,
 216:  * svc_run never returns.
 217:  * Since another (co-existant) package may wish to selectively wait for
 218:  * incoming calls or other events outside of the rpc architecture, the
 219:  * routine svc_getreq is provided.  It must be passed readfds, the
 220:  * "in-place" results of a select system call (see select, section 2).
 221:  */
 222: 
 223: /* dynamic; must be inspected before each call to select */
 224: extern int svc_fds;
 225: 
 226: extern void svc_getreq();
 227: extern void svc_run();  /* never returns */
 228: 
 229: /*
 230:  * a small program implemented by the svc_rpc implementation itself;
 231:  * also see clnt.h for protocol numbers.
 232:  */
 233: extern void rpctest_service();
 234: 
 235: /*
 236:  * Socket to use on svcxxx_create call to get default socket
 237:  */
 238: #define RPC_ANYSOCK -1
 239: 
 240: /*
 241:  * These are the existing service side transport implementations
 242:  */
 243: 
 244: /*
 245:  * Memory based rpc for testing and timing.
 246:  */
 247: extern SVCXPRT *svcraw_create();
 248: 
 249: /*
 250:  * Udp based rpc.
 251:  */
 252: extern SVCXPRT *svcudp_create();
 253: 
 254: /*
 255:  * Tcp based rpc.
 256:  */
 257: extern SVCXPRT *svctcp_create();

Defined struct's

svc_req defined in line 133; used 10 times
xp_ops defined in line 71; used 8 times

Defined enum's

xprt_stat defined in line 59; used 22 times

Defined macros

RPC_ANYSOCK defined in line 238; used 2 times
SVC_DESTROY defined in line 124; used 1 times
SVC_FREEARGS defined in line 119; never used
SVC_GETARGS defined in line 109; used 1 times
SVC_RECV defined in line 99; used 1 times
SVC_REPLY defined in line 114; used 7 times
SVC_STAT defined in line 104; used 1 times
svc_destroy defined in line 126; never used
svc_freeargs defined in line 121; never used
svc_getargs defined in line 111; never used
svc_getcaller defined in line 89; never used
svc_recv defined in line 101; never used
svc_reply defined in line 116; never used
svc_stat defined in line 106; never used

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