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authorHolger Hans Peter Freyther <holger@moiji-mobile.com>2015-04-06 12:03:45 +0200
committerHolger Hans Peter Freyther <holger@moiji-mobile.com>2015-04-29 18:53:28 +0200
commitd6d7affa6eb9e9e158d2e0f0108ef154e24867a5 (patch)
tree860cdcfefdd3f9b7badd414c03dee332ba03cd63 /openbsc/src/libmsc/gsm_subscriber.c
parent0759b1b9522f0a4f8256671b9098f7bc493c3a99 (diff)
sub: Remove the queue from the subscriber code
The idea of "subscriber_get_channel" was that different requests would be coordinated. At the same time we have seen that the "queue" can get stuck at both 31C3 and the rhizomatica installations. Voice calls and SMS do not need coordination. We should be able to send SMS on a voice channel and switch the MS from a SDCCH to a TCH in case we establish a voice call. The SMS code itself needs to coordinate to obey the limit of one SMS per direction but this should be enforced in the sms layer and not on the subscriber. Modify the code to have a simple paging coordination. The subscriber code will schedule the paging and register who would like to know about success/failure. This allowed to greatly simplify the paging response handling for the transaction code (and in fact we could move the transaction list into the subscriber structure now). The code gained to support to cancel the notification of a request (but not the paging itself yet). TODO: Cancel paging request in case no one cares about it anymore.
Diffstat (limited to 'openbsc/src/libmsc/gsm_subscriber.c')
-rw-r--r--openbsc/src/libmsc/gsm_subscriber.c154
1 files changed, 40 insertions, 114 deletions
diff --git a/openbsc/src/libmsc/gsm_subscriber.c b/openbsc/src/libmsc/gsm_subscriber.c
index 9037e89d5..4559de581 100644
--- a/openbsc/src/libmsc/gsm_subscriber.c
+++ b/openbsc/src/libmsc/gsm_subscriber.c
@@ -56,28 +56,11 @@ int gsm48_secure_channel(struct gsm_subscriber_connection *conn, int key_seq,
struct subscr_request {
struct llist_head entry;
- /* back reference */
- struct gsm_subscriber *subscr;
-
- /* the requested channel type */
- int channel_type;
-
- /* what did we do */
- int state;
-
/* the callback data */
gsm_cbfn *cbfn;
void *param;
};
-enum {
- REQ_STATE_INITIAL,
- REQ_STATE_QUEUED,
- REQ_STATE_PAGED,
- REQ_STATE_FAILED_START,
- REQ_STATE_DISPATCHED,
-};
-
static struct gsm_subscriber *get_subscriber(struct gsm_subscriber_group *sgrp,
int type, const char *ident)
{
@@ -94,16 +77,14 @@ static struct gsm_subscriber *get_subscriber(struct gsm_subscriber_group *sgrp,
static int subscr_paging_dispatch(unsigned int hooknum, unsigned int event,
struct msgb *msg, void *data, void *param)
{
- struct subscr_request *request;
+ struct subscr_request *request, *tmp;
struct gsm_subscriber_connection *conn = data;
struct gsm_subscriber *subscr = param;
struct paging_signal_data sig_data;
- /* There is no request anymore... */
- if (llist_empty(&subscr->requests))
- return -1;
+ OSMO_ASSERT(subscr->is_paging);
- /* Dispatch signal */
+ /* Inform parts of the system we don't know */
sig_data.subscr = subscr;
sig_data.bts = conn ? conn->bts : NULL;
sig_data.conn = conn;
@@ -116,34 +97,22 @@ static int subscr_paging_dispatch(unsigned int hooknum, unsigned int event,
);
/*
- * FIXME: What to do with paging requests coming during
- * this callback? We must be sure to not start paging when
- * we have an active connection to a subscriber and to make
- * the subscr_put_channel work as required...
+ * Stop paging on all other BTS. E.g. if this is
+ * the first timeout on a BTS then the others will
+ * timeout soon as well. Let's just stop everything
+ * and forget we wanted to page.
*/
- request = (struct subscr_request *)subscr->requests.next;
- request->state = REQ_STATE_DISPATCHED;
- llist_del(&request->entry);
- subscr->in_callback = 1;
- request->cbfn(hooknum, event, msg, data, request->param);
- subscr->in_callback = 0;
+ paging_request_stop(NULL, subscr, NULL, NULL);
+ subscr->is_paging = 0;
- if (event != GSM_PAGING_SUCCEEDED) {
- /*
- * This is a workaround for a bigger issue. We have
- * issued paging that might involve multiple BTSes
- * and one of them have failed now. We will stop the
- * other paging requests as well as the next timeout
- * would work on the next paging request and the queue
- * will do bad things. This should be fixed by counting
- * the outstanding results.
- */
- paging_request_stop(NULL, subscr, NULL, NULL);
- subscr_put_channel(subscr);
+ llist_for_each_entry_safe(request, tmp, &subscr->requests, entry) {
+ llist_del(&request->entry);
+ request->cbfn(hooknum, event, msg, data, request->param);
+ talloc_free(request);
}
+ /* balanced with the moment we start paging */
subscr_put(subscr);
- talloc_free(request);
return 0;
}
@@ -194,86 +163,43 @@ static int subscr_paging_cb(unsigned int hooknum, unsigned int event,
return gsm48_secure_channel(conn, pr->key_seq, subscr_paging_sec_cb, param);
}
-
-static void subscr_send_paging_request(struct gsm_subscriber *subscr)
+struct subscr_request *subscr_request_channel(struct gsm_subscriber *subscr,
+ int channel_type, gsm_cbfn *cbfn, void *param)
{
- struct subscr_request *request;
int rc;
- struct gsm_network *net = subscr->group->net;
-
- assert(!llist_empty(&subscr->requests));
-
- request = (struct subscr_request *)subscr->requests.next;
- request->state = REQ_STATE_PAGED;
- rc = paging_request(net, subscr, request->channel_type,
- subscr_paging_cb, subscr);
-
- /* paging failed, quit now */
- if (rc <= 0) {
- request->state = REQ_STATE_FAILED_START;
- subscr_paging_cb(GSM_HOOK_RR_PAGING, GSM_PAGING_BUSY,
- NULL, NULL, subscr);
- }
-}
-
-void subscr_get_channel(struct gsm_subscriber *subscr,
- int type, gsm_cbfn *cbfn, void *param)
-{
struct subscr_request *request;
- request = talloc(tall_sub_req_ctx, struct subscr_request);
- if (!request) {
- if (cbfn)
- cbfn(GSM_HOOK_RR_PAGING, GSM_PAGING_OOM,
- NULL, NULL, param);
- return;
+ /* Start paging.. we know it is async so we can do it before */
+ if (!subscr->is_paging) {
+ LOGP(DMM, LOGL_DEBUG, "Subscriber %s not paged yet.\n",
+ subscr_name(subscr));
+ rc = paging_request(subscr->group->net, subscr, channel_type,
+ subscr_paging_cb, subscr);
+ if (rc <= 0) {
+ LOGP(DMM, LOGL_ERROR, "Subscriber %s paging failed: %d\n",
+ subscr_name(subscr), rc);
+ return NULL;
+ }
+ /* reduced on the first paging callback */
+ subscr_get(subscr);
+ subscr->is_paging = 1;
}
- memset(request, 0, sizeof(*request));
- request->subscr = subscr_get(subscr);
- request->channel_type = type;
+ /* TODO: Stop paging in case of memory allocation failure */
+ request = talloc_zero(subscr, struct subscr_request);
+ if (!request)
+ return NULL;
+
request->cbfn = cbfn;
request->param = param;
- request->state = REQ_STATE_INITIAL;
-
- /*
- * FIXME: We might be able to assign more than one
- * channel, e.g. voice and SMS submit at the same
- * time.
- */
- if (!subscr->in_callback && llist_empty(&subscr->requests)) {
- /* add to the list, send a request */
- llist_add_tail(&request->entry, &subscr->requests);
- subscr_send_paging_request(subscr);
- } else {
- /* this will be picked up later, from subscr_put_channel */
- llist_add_tail(&request->entry, &subscr->requests);
- request->state = REQ_STATE_QUEUED;
- }
+ llist_add_tail(&request->entry, &subscr->requests);
+ return request;
}
-void subscr_put_channel(struct gsm_subscriber *subscr)
+void subscr_remove_request(struct subscr_request *request)
{
- /*
- * FIXME: Continue with other requests now... by checking
- * the gsm_subscriber inside the gsm_lchan. Drop the ref count
- * of the lchan after having asked the next requestee to handle
- * the channel.
- */
- /*
- * FIXME: is the lchan is of a different type we could still
- * issue an immediate assignment for another channel and then
- * close this one.
- */
- /*
- * Currently we will drop the last ref of the lchan which
- * will result in a channel release on RSL and we will start
- * the paging. This should work most of the time as the MS
- * will listen to the paging requests before we timeout
- */
-
- if (subscr && !llist_empty(&subscr->requests))
- subscr_send_paging_request(subscr);
+ llist_del(&request->entry);
+ talloc_free(request);
}
struct gsm_subscriber *subscr_create_subscriber(struct gsm_subscriber_group *sgrp,