original development tree for Linux kernel GTP module; now long in mainline.
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#ifndef __UM_FS_HOSTFS
#define __UM_FS_HOSTFS
#include <os.h>
/*
* These are exactly the same definitions as in fs.h, but the names are
* changed so that this file can be included in both kernel and user files.
*/
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_MODE 1
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_UID 2
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_GID 4
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_SIZE 8
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_ATIME 16
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_MTIME 32
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_CTIME 64
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_ATIME_SET 128
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_MTIME_SET 256
/* These two are unused by hostfs. */
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_FORCE 512 /* Not a change, but a change it */
#define HOSTFS_ATTR_ATTR_FLAG 1024
/*
* If you are very careful, you'll notice that these two are missing:
*
* #define ATTR_KILL_SUID 2048
* #define ATTR_KILL_SGID 4096
*
* and this is because they were added in 2.5 development.
* Actually, they are not needed by most ->setattr() methods - they are set by
* callers of notify_change() to notify that the setuid/setgid bits must be
* dropped.
* notify_change() will delete those flags, make sure attr->ia_valid & ATTR_MODE
* is on, and remove the appropriate bits from attr->ia_mode (attr is a
* "struct iattr *"). -BlaisorBlade
*/
struct hostfs_iattr {
unsigned int ia_valid;
unsigned short ia_mode;
uid_t ia_uid;
gid_t ia_gid;
loff_t ia_size;
struct timespec ia_atime;
struct timespec ia_mtime;
struct timespec ia_ctime;
};
struct hostfs_stat {
unsigned long long ino;
unsigned int mode;
unsigned int nlink;
unsigned int uid;
unsigned int gid;
unsigned long long size;
struct timespec atime, mtime, ctime;
unsigned int blksize;
unsigned long long blocks;
unsigned int maj;
unsigned int min;
};
extern int stat_file(const char *path, struct hostfs_stat *p, int fd);
extern int access_file(char *path, int r, int w, int x);
extern int open_file(char *path, int r, int w, int append);
extern void *open_dir(char *path, int *err_out);
extern char *read_dir(void *stream, unsigned long long *pos,
unsigned long long *ino_out, int *len_out,
unsigned int *type_out);
extern void close_file(void *stream);
extern int replace_file(int oldfd, int fd);
extern void close_dir(void *stream);
extern int read_file(int fd, unsigned long long *offset, char *buf, int len);
extern int write_file(int fd, unsigned long long *offset, const char *buf,
int len);
extern int lseek_file(int fd, long long offset, int whence);
extern int fsync_file(int fd, int datasync);
extern int file_create(char *name, int ur, int uw, int ux, int gr,
int gw, int gx, int or, int ow, int ox);
extern int set_attr(const char *file, struct hostfs_iattr *attrs, int fd);
extern int make_symlink(const char *from, const char *to);
extern int unlink_file(const char *file);
extern int do_mkdir(const char *file, int mode);
extern int do_rmdir(const char *file);
extern int do_mknod(const char *file, int mode, unsigned int major,
unsigned int minor);
extern int link_file(const char *from, const char *to);
extern int hostfs_do_readlink(char *file, char *buf, int size);
extern int rename_file(char *from, char *to);
extern int do_statfs(char *root, long *bsize_out, long long *blocks_out,
long long *bfree_out, long long *bavail_out,
long long *files_out, long long *ffree_out,
void *fsid_out, int fsid_size, long *namelen_out);
#endif