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authorNeels Hofmeyr <neels@hofmeyr.de>2017-11-27 21:29:33 +0100
committerNeels Hofmeyr <neels@hofmeyr.de>2018-01-12 03:28:12 +0100
commit0fe106869314de8b983a2e61ee7c878ba4f936bf (patch)
tree1bfa517d7990c507b1139100c1026772dedb3232 /include/osmocom/bsc/handover_vty.h
parent02b02e893bcc0cfd1419be6584da4ed94c4f396b (diff)
HO prep: introduce per-BTS handover config, with defaults on net node
It is desirable to allow configuring handover for each individual network cell. At the same time, it is desirable to set global defaults. Treat the 'network' node handover parameters as global defaults, add another set of parameters for each individual BTS. This raises questions on how the 'network' node should affect the individual BTS. The simplistic solution would have been: on creating a BTS in the config, just copy the current defaults; with serious drawbacks: - tweaking any parameter in the telnet VTY on network node will never affect any running BTS. - network node defaults *must* be issued before the bts sections in the config file. - when writing a config back to file, we would copy all net node defaults to each BTS node, making the network node configs pointless. Instead, add a handover_cfg API that tracks whether a given node has a value set or not. A bts node ho_cfg gets a pointer to the network node config and returns those values if locally unset. If no value is set on any node, use the "factory" defaults, which are hardcoded in the API. Only write back exactly those config items that were actually issued in a config file / on the telnet VTY. (ho_cfg API wise, we could trivially add another ho_cfg level per TRX if we so desire in the future.) Implement ho parameters as an opaque config struct with getters and setters to ensure the tracking is always heeded. Opaqueness dictates allocating instead of direct embedding in gsm_network and gsm_bts structs, ctx is gsm_net / bts. This is 100% backwards compatible to old configs. - No VTY command syntax changes (only the online help). - If a 'bts' sets nothing, it will use the 'network' defaults. - The 'show network' output only changes in presence of individual BTS configs. On 'show network', say "Handover: On|Off" as before, iff all BTS reflect identical behavior. Otherwise, output BTS counts of handover being enabled or not. Use the same set of VTY commands (same VTY cmd syntax as before) on network and BTS nodes, i.e. don't duplicate VTY code. From the current vty->node, figure out which ho_cfg to modify. For linking, add handover_cfg.c (the value API) in libcommon, while the handover_vty.c is in libbsc. This is mainly because some utility programs use gsm_network and hence suck in the ho stuff, but don't need the VTY commands. Review the VTY online help strings. Add VTY transcript test for handover options, testing config propagation from network to bts nodes, 'show network' output and VTY online help strings. (Needs recent addition of '... !' wildcard to osmo_interact_common.py.) I considered leaving parts of this more readable, but in the end decided for heavy use of macros to define and declare the API, because more values will be added in upcoming patches and I want to prevent myself from messing them up. Inspired-by: jolly/new_handover branch, which moves the config to 'bts' level Depends: I7c1ebb2e7f059047903a53de26a0ec1ce7fa9b98 (osmo-python-tests) Change-Id: I79d35f6d3c0fbee67904378ad7f216df34fde79a
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+#pragma once
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+#include <osmocom/vty/vty.h>
+#include <osmocom/bsc/handover_cfg.h>
+
+void ho_vty_init();
+void ho_vty_write(struct vty *vty, const char *indent, struct handover_cfg *ho);