libceph: start tracking connection socket state
authorAlex Elder <elder@inktank.com>
Wed, 23 May 2012 03:15:49 +0000 (22:15 -0500)
committerGreg Kroah-Hartman <gregkh@linuxfoundation.org>
Mon, 26 Nov 2012 19:38:22 +0000 (11:38 -0800)
commit0bcd15777405bf024a3ec591731582f7263ea1c0
treee6e909ce1c506b160a4f8121701681fd5a697778
parentbc327474a0c9f3477be61b2d3e33833ef7b01bf9
libceph: start tracking connection socket state

(cherry picked from commit ce2c8903e76e690846a00a0284e4bd9ee954d680)

Start explicitly keeping track of the state of a ceph connection's
socket, separate from the state of the connection itself.  Create
placeholder functions to encapsulate the state transitions.

    --------
    | NEW* |  transient initial state
    --------
        | con_sock_state_init()
        v
    ----------
    | CLOSED |  initialized, but no socket (and no
    ----------  TCP connection)
     ^      \
     |       \ con_sock_state_connecting()
     |        ----------------------
     |                              \
     + con_sock_state_closed()       \
     |\                               \
     | \                               \
     |  -----------                     \
     |  | CLOSING |  socket event;       \
     |  -----------  await close          \
     |       ^                            |
     |       |                            |
     |       + con_sock_state_closing()   |
     |      / \                           |
     |     /   ---------------            |
     |    /                   \           v
     |   /                    --------------
     |  /    -----------------| CONNECTING |  socket created, TCP
     |  |   /                 --------------  connect initiated
     |  |   | con_sock_state_connected()
     |  |   v
    -------------
    | CONNECTED |  TCP connection established
    -------------

Make the socket state an atomic variable, reinforcing that it's a
distinct transtion with no possible "intermediate/both" states.
This is almost certainly overkill at this point, though the
transitions into CONNECTED and CLOSING state do get called via
socket callback (the rest of the transitions occur with the
connection mutex held).  We can back out the atomicity later.

Signed-off-by: Alex Elder <elder@inktank.com>
Reviewed-by: Sage Weil<sage@inktank.com>
Signed-off-by: Greg Kroah-Hartman <gregkh@linuxfoundation.org>
include/linux/ceph/messenger.h
net/ceph/messenger.c