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2016-02-08edge: Disable GPRS/EGPRS mixed modeJacob Erlbeck1-0/+2
Currently the plain 'egprs' command enables EGPRS but doesn't prevent phones from being served in GPRS mode if they do not support EGPRS. This involves complex frame allocation implementations in dynamic mode, especially if 8PSK is being used. This is due to the inability of non-EGPRS phone to decode 8PSK USF and ES/P altogether. Since polling has a higher priority than USF, collisions will have to be prevented by the PCU by never using an GPRS USF if it refers to a FN that is already being used for polling. This commit just disables mixed usage by ignoring GPRS-only request if EGPRS is enabled. The following VTY command (config-pcu node) is changed: egprs -> egprs only Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2016-02-08edge: Call update_window even if FINAL_ACK_INDICATION is setJacob Erlbeck1-0/+31
The bitvec RBB is always valid, even when FINAL_ACK_INDICATION is set. This is done by the ack/nack decoder function which fake a bitmap starting with V(A) up to V(S)-1 in that case (see Decoding::handle_final_ack). Call gprs_rlcmac_dl_tbf::update_window unconditionally and only use is_final for logging and TBF state changes in gprs_rlcmac_dl_tbf::rcvd_dl_ack. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2016-02-08tbf: Use bitvec based window methods for GPRSJacob Erlbeck1-0/+1
Currently the old fixed 64 bit RBB based implementation is used for GPRS. Use the new bitvec based methods instead. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2016-02-05edge: Use rlc_data_to_dl_append in create_new_bsnJacob Erlbeck1-14/+14
Currently TBF related tasks (status changes, counter updates, LLC dummy command insertion) as well as RLC data block generation are done within create_new_bsn. The data block creation part has already been copied to the stateless Encoding::rlc_data_to_dl_append function. This commit changes create_new_bsn to use the encoder function and just care about the TBF related stuff. Since the rlc_data_to_dl_append function has been validated against the test cases being described in annex B of TS 44.060, this commit fixes an encoder bug which leads to broken LLC frames in a special case (see example B.2, the main header's E bit was erroneously set to 1 in that case). When this happens, the LLC frame will get discarded after reassembly, so that TCP will have to retransmit the lost packet. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2016-02-05edge: Use RLC data block encoding functionsJacob Erlbeck1-71/+142
This commit removes the use of struct rlc_dl_header from gprs_rlcmac_dl_tbf::create_dl_acked_block and gprs_rlcmac_dl_tbf::create_new_bsn. Instead of patching the data area directly, the RLC block encoding functions are used. Note that the data unit encoding is still hard-coded to GPRS in create_new_bsn, so using MCS 1-4 (albeit being supported by the encoder) will not work yet. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2016-02-05edge: Enable EGPRS in downlink TBFsJacob Erlbeck1-51/+51
Currently GPRS is always used for downlink, which violates TS 44.060 (concurrent TBF must have the same mode). Enable EGPRS mode for downlink if the EGPRS MS class is != 0 and EGRPS has been enabled. Note that EGPRS Ack/Nack handling is not yet implemented, so enabling EGPRS will not work still. But we will now get EGPRS DL ACK/NACK messages now from the MS. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2016-02-01edge: Replace integer cs by GprsCodingSchemeJacob Erlbeck1-70/+70
Currently the TBF and MS object use a plain integer value (current_cs) to manage the coding scheme. This makes it difficult to support the MCS schemes. GprsCodingScheme supports a partial ordering of these values (CS and MCS) and provides safe increment and decrement methods. Use the GprsCodingScheme type instead of integer for cs fields and variables. Add a 'mode' to GprsMs which can be set to either GPRS, EGPRS, or EGPRS_GMSK which also set the initial values of current_cs_ul/dl. Select the mode based on max_mcs_ul and max_mcs_dl. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2016-02-01rlc: Dump RLC data for debuggingJacob Erlbeck1-0/+18
Log incoming RLC data messages and RLC data units to LOGL_DEBUG. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-12-16edge: Use a single PDCH rcv_data_block method for GPRS and EGPRSJacob Erlbeck1-37/+44
Currently GPRS is handled by the old code path while EGPRS already uses the unified functions. The rcv_block_egprs is basically not specific to EGPRS and just needs minor modifications to handle GPRS. This commit turns gprs_rlcmac_pdch::rcv_block_egprs into a unified rcv_data_block method and uses it for GPRS, too. Note that the logging messages of the new parser are different. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-12-16tbf: Refactor parts of extract_tlli into set_tlli_from_ulJacob Erlbeck1-2/+2
Currently gprs_rlcmac_tbf::extract_tlli takes care of decoding and the TBF update. These are really different things and doing the decoding in extract_tlli makes EGPRS support more complex. This commit moves the TBF state related part into a new method gprs_rlcmac_tbf::set_tlli_from_ul. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-12-15edge: Use GprsCodingScheme to adjust the UL RLC block sizeJacob Erlbeck1-0/+27
Currently the block size is mapped by a switch statement to strip extra bits that are not used for RLC blocks. That information is already available via the GprsCodingScheme class. This commit moves the CS/MCS detection to the rcv_block message and passes the cs object via rcv_block_gprs, where the length gets adjusted, to gprs_rlcmac_pdch::rcv_data_block_acknowledged. There the switch statement is removed. Note that the TbfTest.err changes due to an additional log message. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-12-15edge: Support EGPRS multislot class handling in tbf_allocJacob Erlbeck1-10/+10
Add an egprs_ms_class argument to the allocation functions and set/pass it where necessary. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-09-11bssgp: Use measured leak rate for flow controlJacob Erlbeck1-0/+2
The leak rate sent to the SGSN does not reflect the current CS level, lost frames, and control message overhead. So the SGSN cannot do proper queue control under non-optimal conditions. This commit computes the leak rate for the last flow control interval by computing the maximum theoretical leak rate and basically substracting control blocks, nacked blocks, and reduced block sizes due to CS downgrade. By using this approach, the value will by more stable on low load, where the value will tend to be near the value derived from the configuration. On full load the transmitted value is completely derived from the measurements. Note that the MS default values are no adapted to the adapted BVC leak rate, since a single MS which has a lower link quality would otherwise be reducing the rate of another MS with good radio conditions, which would not make much sense if they did not share any PDCH. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-09-01bts: Start a DL TBF if needed after establishment of an UL TBFJacob Erlbeck1-0/+19
Currently an existing DL TBF can get lost in the process of establishing an UL TBF via RACH. This can lead to stalled connections until the network sends more LLC frames. This commit adds a check for a non-empty LLC queue after the UL TBF has been established to rcv_control_ack (GPRS_RLCMAC_UL_ASS_WAIT_ACK path) to eventually establish a new DL TBF on the UL TBF's PACCH. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-09-01bts: Release DL TBF instead of killing in rcv_resource_requestJacob Erlbeck1-6/+3
Currently an existing DL TBF is freed immediately, when a resource request is received. This makes sense since the MS might have dropped it when switching to the PDCH signaled via the AGCH for the SBA. But if the TBF still is assumed to exist on the MS side, there might be TFI collisions if the old TBF object is not kept to block its TFI for some time. This commit changes rcv_resource_request to call release() instead of tbf_free() on the DL TBF object (if it exists). Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-09-01tbf: Refactor reuse_tbf into releasing and DL TBF establishmentJacob Erlbeck1-5/+8
Currently reuse_tbf (partly) resets the old DL TBF and uses its PACCH to establish a new DL TBF. The method can not be used with UL TBFs. This commit replaces the reuse_tbf method into a gprs_rlcmac_dl_tbf:release method which triggers the TBF's timer based deletion (so that the TFI is still reserved for some time) and a gprs_rlcmac_tbf::establish_dl_tbf_on_pacch which can establish DL TBFs on existing PACCHs of either DL or UL TBFs. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-09-01Revert "tbf: Do not kill DL TBF on Packet Resource Request"Jacob Erlbeck1-6/+8
This reverts commit e91bd3babd5c04a154f296607b401a5050dcba31. That commit seems to cause hanging DL TBFs when there was a RACH based UL TBF establishment while it that TBF is active. This could be caused by the use of a different PDCH for the SBA. Conflicts: tests/tbf/TbfTest.cpp tests/tbf/TbfTest.err
2015-08-28poll: Use the data_ind FN as time source for current frameJacob Erlbeck1-0/+4
The FN of the data_ind taken from the DSP are monotonic, so latency does not affect the detection of poll timeouts if these FN are used. If the FN is larger than a poll_fn value, it can safely be assumed that the poll response will not arrive later on. Currently a max_delay of 60 frames is used, which has the drawback that additional ~250ms will pass until a lost ACK is detected. Using the data_ind's FN alone breaks the poll timeout detection if there are no other MS sending data blocks. This commit adds BTS::set_current_block_frame_number that is called with the FN taken from data_ind messages. The max_delay is set to 0 which removes the additional delay, when this FN is used to detect poll timeouts. So the average additional delay decreases with the number of data_ind per time. The current_frame is updated unless it seems to have been updated already (assumed if 0 < cur_fn - block_fn < 500). Thus the time_ind has still priority to update the current_frame value. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-28tbf: Add logging for pollingJacob Erlbeck1-0/+16
This commit adds the relevant frame number to the "poll timeout" logging message. In addition, logging is added to the places where poll_fn gets set. The goal is to track down the source for frequent "poll timeout" messages. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-24ms: Store references to replaced TBFs in the MS objectJacob Erlbeck1-20/+219
Currently when calling GprsMs::attach_tbf and a TBF of the same direction already exists, the old TBF gets detached from the MS object. Therefore that TBF object loses access to that MS object including for instance TLLI and IMSI. This leads to failing DL TBF reuses, since the downlink assigment cannot be sent on the PACCH later on because that must be sent on the old DL TBF which ms() is NULL and the new DL TBF cannot be retrieved. This commit fixes this bug by changing the GprsMs implementation to keep a list of replaced (old) TBFs. TBFs are only removed when they are being detached explicitely (see tbf_free and set_ms). Addresses: tbf.cpp:741 We have a schedule for downlink assignment at uplink TBF(TFI=1 TLLI=0xf35a680e DIR=UL STATE=RELEASING), but there is no downlink TBF Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-24tbf/test: Add test_tbf_dl_reuseJacob Erlbeck1-0/+687
This tests the usage of an existing TBF that is no longer in FLOW state to request a new DL TBF via the old TBF's PACCH. The test triggers a bug that breaks the association between both TBF objects, resulting in packet loss and transmission stalling. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-24tbf/test: Do RLC based ack instead of just fakingJacob Erlbeck1-30/+52
Currently the assignment is completed by manipulating the state of the TBF objects directly by setting the state fields to fixed values. This way, the PCU's code that is responsible to update the state accordingly is not tested. This commit changes this to simulate RLC Control Acknowledgement messages instead. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-24tbf/test: Simplify RLC block number handlingJacob Erlbeck1-12/+12
The block number can always be deduced from the frame number. The current test code handles the block number explicitely, which makes the code more complex and has also led to block number errors cause by not wrapping the numbers (valid block numbers range from 0 to 11). This commit changes send_rlc_block to always compute the block number based on the frame number. It also turns the block_nr into an optionaly output-only parameter. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-21tbf: Move pending LLC frames when merging MS objectsJacob Erlbeck1-1/+1
Currently the pending LLC packets are lost in some cases when MS objects are merged, for instance after a RACH when there were 2 MS object for the same MS (they get merged, when the TLLI is known for both objects). This patch modifies GprsMs::merge_old_ms to move all pending LLC packets (if there are any) to the current MS object. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-21tbf: Do not kill DL TBF on Packet Resource RequestJacob Erlbeck1-8/+6
Currently all active TBF of an MS are killed if a Packet Resource Request is received from the MS. In general this happens after a RACH request. This does not happen after a resource request that has been included into a Downlink Ack/Nack. Sometimes an UL TBF is requested by an MS via RACH while a DL TBF is running for instance to send a TCP Ack. This can happen, if a former request via PACCH did not work. This commit removes the killing of the DL TBF from gprs_rlcmac_pdch::rcv_resource_request(). Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-21tbf/test: Add tests for RACH while DL TBFs are activeJacob Erlbeck1-0/+429
This adds tests for - RA update with RACH for the RAUpdateComplete message - RACH for UL while DL is active (LLC queue not empty) Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-21tbf/test: Fix existing testsJacob Erlbeck1-8/+54
This commit fixes several issues: - Set MS class in request - Set IMSI in establish_ul_tbf_two_phase - Fake assigment acknowledgement in establish_ul_tbf_two_phase - Fix TFI bit offset to 1 (was 2) Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-21tbf/test: Move UL TBF establishment into separate functionsJacob Erlbeck1-3/+3
Currently the functions test_tbf_single_phase and test_tbf_two_phase do the test logging, BTS intialisation, and the complete message sequencing on their own. Therefore they cannot be used to test more complex sequences like TBF reestablishment. This commit moves the code that does the actual messaging into own functions. The frame number handling is generalised which also fixes a block number wrapping error on the way. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-18ms: Move MS information merging to GprsMSJacob Erlbeck1-3/+2
Currently the merging of the meta information (MS class, IMSI) takes place in gprs_rlcmac_tbf::merge_and_clear_ms(). This makes it difficult to merge the internal state and does not directly relate to TBFs anyway. This commit moves this into a new method GprsMs::merge_old_ms. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-17tbf: Clean old MS objects if they have the same TLLIJacob Erlbeck1-8/+9
Currently if an MS retries to access the PCU by using RACH and if there is already an entry for that MS, a duplicated MS object referring to the same TLLI is created. This is caused by blindly setting the TLLI without querying the MS storage to avoid inconsitencies. This leads to several entries in the MS storage that are assigned to the same TLLI. If that happens, 'show ms all' can display multiple entries with the same TLLI (note that an MS object can belong to several TLLIs, so there might be an intersection that is not visible in the list) or 'show tbf all' can show entries with MS_CLASS == 0 in some cases. This commit changes update_ms() to merge and clean up old entries that belong to the given TLLI if they exist. Some data (like the MS class) is copied to the new MS object. Note that TBF belonging to the old MS object are deleted immediately if they have not registered a timer. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-08-13tbf: Always start T3193 when changing state to GPRS_RLCMAC_WAIT_RELEASEJacob Erlbeck1-1/+4
Currently when receiving a PACKET DL ACK/NACK message with the Final Ack Indicator bit set, the TBF's state is set to GPRS_RLCMAC_WAIT_RELEASE but T3193 is only started when the LLC queue is empty. Otherwise the reuse_tbf() method is called to establish a new DL TBF. In that case, the timer is not started. This will leave the current TBF without a timer so it is potentially not released later on. This is recognisable by sticky entries in the output of the 'show tbf all' command and possibly allocation failures if there are too many of them. This commit changes the code to always start T3193 to make sure, that a timer is always active when the the state is set to GPRS_RLCMAC_WAIT_RELEASE. Note that TS 44.060, requests to release the 'old' TBF immediately in some cases, which is not implemented by this change. This will lead to a longer reservation period of the TFI only, which is safer than reassigning it too early. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-07-16tbf: Put the TFI->TBF mapping into the PDCH objectsJacob Erlbeck1-7/+7
Currently the TBFs are registered in a TFI indexed array within the TRX objects. TBFs can be searched globally by TFI and TRX number. This conflicts with the use of the same TFI for different TBF on different PDCH. This use case requires the specification of the PDCH as additional search dimension. This commit moves the TFI index TBF arrays into the PDCH objects. The related methods are updated accordingly. Ticket: #1793 Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-07-16alloc: Allocate TFI per slot (algorithm A)Jacob Erlbeck1-138/+46
Currently the TFI are managed per TRX, thus only a maximum of 32 TBF per direction and per TRX are possible simultaneously. This commit modifies algorithm_a() to allow the sharing of TFI between different PDCH. Since algorithm A only assigns a single slot to each TBF, the TFI of each PDCH can be assigned independently. This increases the maximum to 32 TBF per direction and per PDCH concerning the TFI allocation. Ticket: #1793 Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-07-16tbf: Move TFI selection into alloc_algorithmJacob Erlbeck1-121/+187
Currently the TFI and the TRX have to be determined before the actual TBF allocation function is called, passing TFI and TRX number as parameters. This does fit to TFI reuse for different slots, since this were tightly coupled with the slot selection. This commit just moves the TFI selection into the alloc_algorithm functions. The tfi parameter is removed from the the TFI alloc functions. The trx parameter is changed into use_trx to optionally limit the trx selection (same semantics like in tfi_find_free). Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-07-07tbf: Keep a set of used TFI and USF per PDCHJacob Erlbeck1-53/+53
Currently is is rather expensive to get TFI and USF usage per PDCH, because the TBFs need to be scanned to get that information. This commit adds corresponding bit sets which get updated by the attach_tbf/detach_tbf methods of the gprs_rlcmac_pdch class. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-07-03tbf: Remove call to update() in reuse_tbfJacob Erlbeck1-24/+0
Since both TBF are based on the same reservation which means that they should be compatible with respect to the slot usage, and since the new TBF has not been forced to single slot usage, an update of the allocation is not necessary now. This commit removes the call to update() from within reuse_tbf(). Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-07-03tbf: Set ms in call to tbf_alloc_dl_tbfJacob Erlbeck1-10/+0
The call to tbf_alloc_dl_tbf misses the pointer to the GprsMs object which is already known in that case (tbf_reuse). This leads to a full reallocation of the PDCH slots, which is possibly incompatible with the old set of slots. This can result in hanging TCP connections and TCP connection failures. This commit replaces the old NULL value by the actual GprsMs object. Since the set_ms() is also done within the tbf_alloc_dl_tbf method, that call is removed. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-07-03alloc: Base algo A on reserved PDCHsJacob Erlbeck1-1/+1
Currently algorithm A bases its time slots selection on the number of TBF actively using the PDCHs. This statistically prefers the first time slots, especially with short living TBFs. So when the first TBF is triggered by an uplink transfer (which generally results in a short-lived TBF) the potentially longer living DL TBF will be bound to the same slot. When another MS then requests an uplink TBF, it will get the same slot (no UL TBF currently active). This commit changes the algorithm to base its selection on reserved slots instead. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-07-03alloc: Load balancing for algo AJacob Erlbeck1-0/+139
Currently only the first enabled PDCH will be used. Beside the throughput this will also limit the number of TBFs: - number of UL TBFs <= 7 - number of DL TBFs <= 32 This commit changes the allocation algorithm to use the PDCH with the least number of attached TBFs. This will improve the troughput in both directions and the UL limits: - number of UL TBFs <= min(32, N_PDCH * 7) UL TBFs Ticket: #1794 Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-07-03tbf: Maintain the number of TBF per PDCHJacob Erlbeck1-0/+57
Currently the PDCH object do not know anything about the TBFs using them. To make the slot allocation load dependant, at least some numbers are required. This commit adds TBF counters (one per direction) and the related methods attach_tbf, detach_tbf, and num_tbfs to gprs_rlcmac_pdch. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-06-29tbf: Always create an MS object on TBF allocationJacob Erlbeck1-121/+131
Currently the MS object are created when the TLLI gets known. Therefore some information (TA, MS class) must be stored in the TBF itself and is copied to the MS object later on. This would get even more complex, if the allocation algorithms were extended based on this scheme. This commit ensures, that an MS object will always be created on TBF allocation, even if the TLLI is not yet known. These 'anonymous' objects are still managed by the MS storage. To avoid dangling entries without a TLLI there (which cannnot be retrieved anyway), the timer in the MS objects is not started after all TBF have been detached, so that they get deleted immediately in that case. Note that an MS object can still be removed (e.g. by replacement) from an existing TBF, so tbf->ms() can be NULL. Ticket: #1794 Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-06-22tbf: Fix downlink packet lossJacob Erlbeck1-5/+50
When the MS is pinged with a longer interval, many packets get lost even if the GprsMs object is kept. If the interval is above the time where the DL TBF is in state FLOW (mainly influenced be the dl-tbf-idle-time command), an new TBF must be requested via AGCH for each ICMP PING message. Currently the LLC frame containing the PING is immediately stored in the TBF and gets lost, if TBF establishment fails for some reason. This commit moves all calls to put_frame() to schedule_next_frame(), where the data is moved from the LLC queue to the frame storage within the TBF object. This method is only called from within create_new_bsn() when the TBF is in the FLOW state and the frame is going to be encoded immediately. At all other places, where put_frame() has been called before, the LLC message is just appended to the LLC queue in the GprsMs object. This change effectively simplifies the related code parts, since date/len information and discard notifications is no longer needed there. Ticket: #1759 Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-06-22tbf/test: Add test for DL LLC packet lossJacob Erlbeck1-0/+60
Currently LLC frames are lost or even reordered when the TBF has be established via the AGCH and the procedure fails for some reason. This test tries to reproduce this behaviour by throwing away the first TBF while calling the handle() method several times. The results of create_dl_acked_block() are checked against expected values (this is currently party disabled because the bug still persists). Ticket: #1759 Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-06-22tbf: Include CS into create_new_bsn log messageJacob Erlbeck1-27/+27
This change lets the test suite fail, so it get its own commit. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-06-08tbf: Move the current CS field to GprsMsJacob Erlbeck1-2/+2
Currently the current CS value is stored in the cs field of gprs_rlcmac_tbf and initialised when it is used the first time. This commit adds separate fields for UL and DL CS values to the GprsMs class and provides corresponding getter methods for GprsMs and gprs_rlcmac_tbf. Ticket: #1739 Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-06-08tbf: Store MS class in GprsMs objectsJacob Erlbeck1-0/+37
The ms_class value is a property of the MS and thus belongs to the GprsMs class. Nevertheless the MS object is created after the TLLI gets known, so the value still has to be stored in the TBF initially. This commit add the ms_class value to the GprsMs class and introduces TBF accessor functions which either access that object or, if that is not available, the value stored locally. Ticket: #1674 Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-05-28tbf: Store the timing advance (TA) value in the GprsMs objectJacob Erlbeck1-35/+6
The TA value rather relates to an MS and not to a single TBF. So all TBFs share the same TA value. Currently the TA value is stored per TBF and eventually copied from an old TBF to a new one. It is in general only passed with an RACH request when the TLLI and thus the MS is not yet known. This commit adds a TA member to the GprsMs class and uses that one when the TBF is associated to an MS object. Since the TBF is not always associated with an MS object (after RACH or when it has been replaced by another TBF), the TA value is still stored in each TBF and that value is used as long as no MS object is being associated. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-05-28tbf/test: Add tests for single and two phase accessJacob Erlbeck1-0/+96
These tests cover the message exchange from receiving from the first RACH request to the first data block when establishing an uplink TBF. This will be used to check, whether TA and other values are passed to an MS object correctly. In addition, the RX RACH log message in rcv_rach is extended to contain the single block fn. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-05-28tbf: Remove TBF chaining (m_new_tbf and m_old_tbf)Jacob Erlbeck1-4/+2
Currently a new TBF is chained to an existing older one, either of the other direction (active or releasing) or of the same direction (releasing). This does not work properly work if and uplink and a downlink TBF are being established at the same time while an old TBF is being released. In that case, one of them is thrown away and the pending procedure is cancelled. The chaining is no longer necessary since the GprsMs objects have been introduced which keep track of the active TBFs. This commit removes the TBF members m_new_tbf and m_old_tbf and the related methods and code paths. Note that a new TBF can replace an older TBF entry of the same direction within an MS object when it is associated with an MS (e.g. by TLLI or because it is assigned via another, already associated TBF). In that case, the old TBF is no longer associated with an MS object. Ticket: #1674 Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
2015-05-28tbf/test: Attach TLLI and MS objects to TBFsJacob Erlbeck1-74/+93
Currently the DL TBF's TLLI are not set. This will have to change in the future, when the m_new_tbf chaining is replaced by the usage of MS object to group TBFs. This commit just calls update_ms() on newly created TBFs. This changes many of the lines written to stderr due to the TLLI change, but doesn't change other aspects or messages beside creating and destroying MS objects. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf