* net/tipc/net.c: TIPC network routing code
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* The TIPC locking policy is designed to ensure a very fine locking
* granularity, permitting complete parallel access to individual
* port and node/link instances. The code consists of four major
* locking domains, each protected with their own disjunct set of locks.
* 1: The bearer level.
* RTNL lock is used to serialize the process of configuring bearer
* on update side, and RCU lock is applied on read side to make
* bearer instance valid on both paths of message transmission and
* 2: The node and link level.
* All node instances are saved into two tipc_node_list and node_htable
* lists. The two lists are protected by node_list_lock on write side,
* and they are guarded with RCU lock on read side. Especially node
* instance is destroyed only when TIPC module is removed, and we can
* confirm that there has no any user who is accessing the node at the
* moment. Therefore, Except for iterating the two lists within RCU
* protection, it's no needed to hold RCU that we access node instance
* in other places.
* In addition, all members in node structure including link instances
* are protected by node spin lock.
* 3: The transport level of the protocol.
* This consists of the structures port, (and its user level
* representations, such as user_port and tipc_sock), reference and
* tipc_user (port.c, reg.c, socket.c).
* This layer has four different locks:
* - The tipc_port spin_lock. This is protecting each port instance
* from parallel data access and removal. Since we can not place
* this lock in the port itself, it has been placed in the
* corresponding reference table entry, which has the same life
* cycle as the module. This entry is difficult to access from
* outside the TIPC core, however, so a pointer to the lock has
* been added in the port instance, -to be used for unlocking
* - A read/write lock to protect the reference table itself (teg.c).
* (Nobody is using read-only access to this, so it can just as
* well be changed to a spin_lock)
* - A spin lock to protect the registry of kernel/driver users (reg.c)
* - A global spin_lock (tipc_port_lock), which only task is to ensure
* consistency where more than one port is involved in an operation,
* i.e., whe a port is part of a linked list of ports.
* There are two such lists; 'port_list', which is used for management,
* and 'wait_list', which is used to queue ports during congestion.
* 4: The name table (name_table.c, name_distr.c, subscription.c)
* - There is one big read/write-lock (tipc_nametbl_lock) protecting the
* overall name table structure. Nothing must be added/removed to
* this structure without holding write access to it.
* - There is one local spin_lock per sub_sequence, which can be seen
* as a sub-domain to the tipc_nametbl_lock domain. It is used only
* for translation operations, and is needed because a translation
* steps the root of the 'publication' linked list between each lookup.
* This is always used within the scope of a tipc_nametbl_lock(read).
* - A local spin_lock protecting the queue of subscriber events.
int tipc_net_start(u32 addr)
tipc_own_addr = addr;
res = tipc_bclink_init();
tipc_nametbl_publish(TIPC_CFG_SRV, tipc_own_addr, tipc_own_addr,
TIPC_ZONE_SCOPE, 0, tipc_own_addr);
pr_info("Started in network mode\n");
pr_info("Own node address %s, network identity %u\n",
tipc_addr_string_fill(addr_string, tipc_own_addr), tipc_net_id);
tipc_nametbl_withdraw(TIPC_CFG_SRV, tipc_own_addr, 0, tipc_own_addr);
pr_info("Left network mode\n");