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-rw-r--r--net/atm/pppoatm.c95
1 files changed, 85 insertions, 10 deletions
diff --git a/net/atm/pppoatm.c b/net/atm/pppoatm.c
index 614d3fc47ed..ce1e59fdae7 100644
--- a/net/atm/pppoatm.c
+++ b/net/atm/pppoatm.c
@@ -62,12 +62,25 @@ struct pppoatm_vcc {
void (*old_pop)(struct atm_vcc *, struct sk_buff *);
/* keep old push/pop for detaching */
enum pppoatm_encaps encaps;
+ atomic_t inflight;
+ unsigned long blocked;
int flags; /* SC_COMP_PROT - compress protocol */
struct ppp_channel chan; /* interface to generic ppp layer */
struct tasklet_struct wakeup_tasklet;
};
/*
+ * We want to allow two packets in the queue. The one that's currently in
+ * flight, and *one* queued up ready for the ATM device to send immediately
+ * from its TX done IRQ. We want to be able to use atomic_inc_not_zero(), so
+ * inflight == -2 represents an empty queue, -1 one packet, and zero means
+ * there are two packets in the queue.
+ */
+#define NONE_INFLIGHT -2
+
+#define BLOCKED 0
+
+/*
* Header used for LLC Encapsulated PPP (4 bytes) followed by the LCP protocol
* ID (0xC021) used in autodetection
*/
@@ -102,16 +115,30 @@ static void pppoatm_wakeup_sender(unsigned long arg)
static void pppoatm_pop(struct atm_vcc *atmvcc, struct sk_buff *skb)
{
struct pppoatm_vcc *pvcc = atmvcc_to_pvcc(atmvcc);
+
pvcc->old_pop(atmvcc, skb);
+ atomic_dec(&pvcc->inflight);
+
/*
- * We don't really always want to do this since it's
- * really inefficient - it would be much better if we could
- * test if we had actually throttled the generic layer.
- * Unfortunately then there would be a nasty SMP race where
- * we could clear that flag just as we refuse another packet.
- * For now we do the safe thing.
+ * We always used to run the wakeup tasklet unconditionally here, for
+ * fear of race conditions where we clear the BLOCKED flag just as we
+ * refuse another packet in pppoatm_send(). This was quite inefficient.
+ *
+ * In fact it's OK. The PPP core will only ever call pppoatm_send()
+ * while holding the channel->downl lock. And ppp_output_wakeup() as
+ * called by the tasklet will *also* grab that lock. So even if another
+ * CPU is in pppoatm_send() right now, the tasklet isn't going to race
+ * with it. The wakeup *will* happen after the other CPU is safely out
+ * of pppoatm_send() again.
+ *
+ * So if the CPU in pppoatm_send() has already set the BLOCKED bit and
+ * it about to return, that's fine. We trigger a wakeup which will
+ * happen later. And if the CPU in pppoatm_send() *hasn't* set the
+ * BLOCKED bit yet, that's fine too because of the double check in
+ * pppoatm_may_send() which is commented there.
*/
- tasklet_schedule(&pvcc->wakeup_tasklet);
+ if (test_and_clear_bit(BLOCKED, &pvcc->blocked))
+ tasklet_schedule(&pvcc->wakeup_tasklet);
}
/*
@@ -184,6 +211,51 @@ error:
ppp_input_error(&pvcc->chan, 0);
}
+static inline int pppoatm_may_send(struct pppoatm_vcc *pvcc, int size)
+{
+ /*
+ * It's not clear that we need to bother with using atm_may_send()
+ * to check we don't exceed sk->sk_sndbuf. If userspace sets a
+ * value of sk_sndbuf which is lower than the MTU, we're going to
+ * block for ever. But the code always did that before we introduced
+ * the packet count limit, so...
+ */
+ if (atm_may_send(pvcc->atmvcc, size) &&
+ atomic_inc_not_zero_hint(&pvcc->inflight, NONE_INFLIGHT))
+ return 1;
+
+ /*
+ * We use test_and_set_bit() rather than set_bit() here because
+ * we need to ensure there's a memory barrier after it. The bit
+ * *must* be set before we do the atomic_inc() on pvcc->inflight.
+ * There's no smp_mb__after_set_bit(), so it's this or abuse
+ * smp_mb__after_clear_bit().
+ */
+ test_and_set_bit(BLOCKED, &pvcc->blocked);
+
+ /*
+ * We may have raced with pppoatm_pop(). If it ran for the
+ * last packet in the queue, *just* before we set the BLOCKED
+ * bit, then it might never run again and the channel could
+ * remain permanently blocked. Cope with that race by checking
+ * *again*. If it did run in that window, we'll have space on
+ * the queue now and can return success. It's harmless to leave
+ * the BLOCKED flag set, since it's only used as a trigger to
+ * run the wakeup tasklet. Another wakeup will never hurt.
+ * If pppoatm_pop() is running but hasn't got as far as making
+ * space on the queue yet, then it hasn't checked the BLOCKED
+ * flag yet either, so we're safe in that case too. It'll issue
+ * an "immediate" wakeup... where "immediate" actually involves
+ * taking the PPP channel's ->downl lock, which is held by the
+ * code path that calls pppoatm_send(), and is thus going to
+ * wait for us to finish.
+ */
+ if (atm_may_send(pvcc->atmvcc, size) &&
+ atomic_inc_not_zero(&pvcc->inflight))
+ return 1;
+
+ return 0;
+}
/*
* Called by the ppp_generic.c to send a packet - returns true if packet
* was accepted. If we return false, then it's our job to call
@@ -207,7 +279,7 @@ static int pppoatm_send(struct ppp_channel *chan, struct sk_buff *skb)
struct sk_buff *n;
n = skb_realloc_headroom(skb, LLC_LEN);
if (n != NULL &&
- !atm_may_send(pvcc->atmvcc, n->truesize)) {
+ !pppoatm_may_send(pvcc, n->truesize)) {
kfree_skb(n);
goto nospace;
}
@@ -215,12 +287,12 @@ static int pppoatm_send(struct ppp_channel *chan, struct sk_buff *skb)
skb = n;
if (skb == NULL)
return DROP_PACKET;
- } else if (!atm_may_send(pvcc->atmvcc, skb->truesize))
+ } else if (!pppoatm_may_send(pvcc, skb->truesize))
goto nospace;
memcpy(skb_push(skb, LLC_LEN), pppllc, LLC_LEN);
break;
case e_vc:
- if (!atm_may_send(pvcc->atmvcc, skb->truesize))
+ if (!pppoatm_may_send(pvcc, skb->truesize))
goto nospace;
break;
case e_autodetect:
@@ -285,6 +357,9 @@ static int pppoatm_assign_vcc(struct atm_vcc *atmvcc, void __user *arg)
if (pvcc == NULL)
return -ENOMEM;
pvcc->atmvcc = atmvcc;
+
+ /* Maximum is zero, so that we can use atomic_inc_not_zero() */
+ atomic_set(&pvcc->inflight, NONE_INFLIGHT);
pvcc->old_push = atmvcc->push;
pvcc->old_pop = atmvcc->pop;
pvcc->encaps = (enum pppoatm_encaps) be.encaps;