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Subject[PATCH][RFT] smbfs bugfixes for 2.4.4

Hello all

This patch have been building up for a while, without reaching some
undefined level of readiness. I would like some feedback from other smbfs
users before submitting this for 2.4.4-something. Particularly from people
mounting win9x shares.

* win9x will sometimes not give back the right filesize, this can cause
problems when cp'ing a file over an existing one. When truncating the
file to 0 bytes the server keeps reporting the old size and much
confusion arises.
(reported by Xuan Baldauf, could you verify that this fixes it? If it
does it's a much better fix than the workaround you got before.)

* The timeout for a reconnect was only 5 seconds, which may not be enough.
To make it worse, if there is a timeout the mount will be dead.
umount time.

* Allow smbmount to supply a new connection even if the retry attempt has
timed-out. "dead" mounts can then be resurrected ... this allows you to
replace a smbmount that have crashed, or it would if smbmount supported
that.

* Locking bug in smb_newconn, it modifies the "server" struct without
having the server lock.

* Fix theoretical memory leak and the missing smb malloc debug functions.

* fsync now causes a SMBflush to tell the server that we want the data to
hit the disc. (as suggested by Jochen Dolze)

* Don't zero out the superblock flags to allow readonly mounts to be
readonly. If someone knows why sb->s_flags = 0; is a good idea I'd
like to know. (fix&testing by René Scharfe)

Patch vs 2.4.4, if someone prefers 2.4.4-acX it should work (even if the
patch fails on changes to Configure.help).

/Urban
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/Documentation/Configure.help linux-2.4.4-smbfs/Documentation/Configure.help
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/Documentation/Configure.help Wed May 2 20:01:07 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/Documentation/Configure.help Wed May 2 20:44:43 2001
@@ -12081,10 +12081,7 @@
The nls settings can be changed at mount time, if your smbmount
supports that, using the codepage and iocharset parameters.

- Currently no smbmount distributed with samba supports this, it is
- assumed future versions will. In the meantime you can get an
- unofficial patch for samba 2.0.7 from:
- http://www.hojdpunkten.ac.se/054/samba/index.html
+ smbmount from samba 2.2.0 or later supports this.

nls support setting
CONFIG_SMB_NLS_REMOTE
@@ -12096,10 +12093,7 @@
The nls settings can be changed at mount time, if your smbmount
supports that, using the codepage and iocharset parameters.

- Currently no smbmount distributed with samba supports this, it is
- assumed future versions will. In the meantime you can get an
- unofficial patch for samba 2.0.7 from:
- http://www.hojdpunkten.ac.se/054/samba/index.html
+ smbmount from samba 2.2.0 or later supports this.

Coda file system support (advanced network fs)
CONFIG_CODA_FS
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/MAINTAINERS linux-2.4.4-smbfs/MAINTAINERS
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/MAINTAINERS Wed May 2 20:01:07 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/MAINTAINERS Wed May 2 20:42:24 2001
@@ -1171,7 +1171,7 @@

SMB FILESYSTEM
P: Urban Widmark
-M: urban@svenskatest.se
+M: urban@teststation.com
W: http://samba.org/
L: samba@samba.org
S: Maintained
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/ChangeLog linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/ChangeLog
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/ChangeLog Sat Mar 31 19:11:53 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/ChangeLog Wed May 2 23:48:56 2001
@@ -1,5 +1,18 @@
ChangeLog for smbfs.

+2001-04-25 René Scharfe <l.s.r@web.de>
+
+ * inode.c: Don't clear s_flags and allow ro mounts
+
+2001-04-21 Urban Widmark <urban@teststation.com>
+
+ * dir.c, proc.c: replace tests on conn_pid with tests on state to
+ fix smbmount reconnect on smb_retry timeout and up the timeout to 30s.
+ * proc.c: smb_newconn must have the server locked while updating it.
+ * inode.c, proc.c: need flush after truncate on some servers (win9x)
+ * file.c: add call to send SMBflush on fsync
+ (as suggested by Jochen Dolze <dolze@epcnet.de>)
+
2001-03-06 Urban Widmark <urban@teststation.com>

* cache.c: d_add on hashed dentries corrupts d_hash list and
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/dir.c linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/dir.c
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/dir.c Thu Feb 22 20:52:03 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/dir.c Wed May 2 20:42:24 2001
@@ -210,10 +210,6 @@
return result;
}

-/*
- * Note: in order to allow the smbmount process to open the
- * mount point, we don't revalidate if conn_pid is NULL.
- */
static int
smb_dir_open(struct inode *dir, struct file *file)
{
@@ -230,14 +226,18 @@
*/
lock_kernel();
server = server_from_dentry(dentry);
- if (server->opt.protocol < SMB_PROTOCOL_LANMAN2)
- {
+ if (server->opt.protocol < SMB_PROTOCOL_LANMAN2) {
unsigned long age = jiffies - dir->u.smbfs_i.oldmtime;
if (age > 2*HZ)
smb_invalid_dir_cache(dir);
}

- if (server->conn_pid)
+ /*
+ * Note: in order to allow the smbmount process to open the
+ * mount point, we only revalidate if the connection is valid or
+ * if the process is trying to access something other than the root.
+ */
+ if (server->state == CONN_VALID || !IS_ROOT(dentry))
error = smb_revalidate_inode(dentry);
unlock_kernel();
return error;
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/file.c linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/file.c
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/file.c Thu Feb 22 20:52:03 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/file.c Wed May 2 21:55:58 2001
@@ -28,8 +28,23 @@
static int
smb_fsync(struct file *file, struct dentry * dentry, int datasync)
{
+ int result;
+ struct smb_sb_info *server = server_from_dentry(dentry);
+
VERBOSE("sync file %s/%s\n", DENTRY_PATH(dentry));
- return 0;
+
+ /*
+ * The VFS will writepage() all dirty pages for us, but we
+ * should send a SMBflush to the server, letting it know that
+ * we want things synchronized with actual storage.
+ *
+ * Note: this function requires all pages to have been written already
+ * (should be ok with writepage_sync)
+ */
+ smb_lock_server(server);
+ result = smb_proc_flush(server, dentry->d_inode->u.smbfs_i.fileid);
+ smb_unlock_server(server);
+ return result;
}

/*
@@ -205,6 +220,20 @@

VERBOSE("file %s/%s, count=%lu@%lu\n", DENTRY_PATH(dentry),
(unsigned long) count, (unsigned long) *ppos);
+
+ /*
+ * The localwrite flag is needed vs some servers that do not
+ * immediately return the correct filesize. But it also prevents us
+ * from ever seeing changes made on the serverside. Clearing the flag
+ * on read helps one case and breaks the other.
+ * (broken are: win98se, possibly not win95-original?)
+ *
+ * Jochen Dolze <dolze@epcnet.de> has the details. I hope oplocks
+ * are the solution. -- puw
+ */
+#if 0
+ dentry->d_inode->u.smbfs_i.flags &= ~SMB_F_LOCALWRITE;
+#endif

status = smb_revalidate_inode(dentry);
if (status)
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/inode.c linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/inode.c
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/inode.c Wed May 2 20:01:37 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/inode.c Wed May 2 22:30:52 2001
@@ -121,8 +121,10 @@
inode->i_blksize= fattr->f_blksize;
inode->i_blocks = fattr->f_blocks;
/*
- * Don't change the size and mtime/atime fields
- * if we're writing to the file.
+ * Don't change the size and mtime/atime fields if we're
+ * writing to the file. We need this as we may have local
+ * unwritten changes that we don't want replaced just because
+ * someone revalidated.
*/
if (!(inode->u.smbfs_i.flags & SMB_F_LOCALWRITE)) {
inode->i_size = fattr->f_size;
@@ -234,9 +236,10 @@
last_sz = inode->i_size;
error = smb_refresh_inode(dentry);
if (error || inode->i_mtime != last_time || inode->i_size != last_sz) {
- VERBOSE("%s/%s changed, old=%ld, new=%ld\n",
+ VERBOSE("%s/%s changed, old=%ld, new=%ld, oz=%ld, nz=%ld\n",
DENTRY_PATH(dentry),
- (long) last_time, (long) inode->i_mtime);
+ (long) last_time, (long) inode->i_mtime,
+ (long) last_sz, (long) inode->i_size);

if (!S_ISDIR(inode->i_mode))
invalidate_inode_pages(inode);
@@ -355,8 +358,8 @@
if (server->conn_pid)
kill_proc(server->conn_pid, SIGTERM, 1);

- kfree(server->mnt);
- kfree(sb->u.smbfs_sb.temp_buf);
+ smb_kfree(server->mnt);
+ smb_kfree(sb->u.smbfs_sb.temp_buf);
if (server->packet)
smb_vfree(server->packet);

@@ -390,7 +393,6 @@
sb->s_blocksize = 1024; /* Eh... Is this correct? */
sb->s_blocksize_bits = 10;
sb->s_magic = SMB_SUPER_MAGIC;
- sb->s_flags = 0;
sb->s_op = &smb_sops;

sb->u.smbfs_sb.mnt = NULL;
@@ -400,13 +402,13 @@
sb->u.smbfs_sb.conn_pid = 0;
sb->u.smbfs_sb.state = CONN_INVALID; /* no connection yet */
sb->u.smbfs_sb.generation = 0;
- sb->u.smbfs_sb.packet_size = smb_round_length(SMB_INITIAL_PACKET_SIZE);
+ sb->u.smbfs_sb.packet_size = smb_round_length(SMB_INITIAL_PACKET_SIZE);
sb->u.smbfs_sb.packet = smb_vmalloc(sb->u.smbfs_sb.packet_size);
if (!sb->u.smbfs_sb.packet)
goto out_no_mem;

/* Allocate the global temp buffer */
- sb->u.smbfs_sb.temp_buf = kmalloc(2*SMB_MAXPATHLEN + 20, GFP_KERNEL);
+ sb->u.smbfs_sb.temp_buf = smb_kmalloc(2*SMB_MAXPATHLEN+20, GFP_KERNEL);
if (!sb->u.smbfs_sb.temp_buf)
goto out_no_temp;

@@ -417,7 +419,7 @@

/* Allocate the mount data structure */
/* FIXME: merge this with the other malloc and get a whole page? */
- mnt = kmalloc(sizeof(struct smb_mount_data_kernel), GFP_KERNEL);
+ mnt = smb_kmalloc(sizeof(struct smb_mount_data_kernel), GFP_KERNEL);
if (!mnt)
goto out_no_mount;
sb->u.smbfs_sb.mnt = mnt;
@@ -482,9 +484,9 @@
out_no_root:
iput(root_inode);
out_bad_option:
- kfree(sb->u.smbfs_sb.mnt);
+ smb_kfree(sb->u.smbfs_sb.mnt);
out_no_mount:
- kfree(sb->u.smbfs_sb.temp_buf);
+ smb_kfree(sb->u.smbfs_sb.temp_buf);
out_no_temp:
smb_vfree(sb->u.smbfs_sb.packet);
out_no_mem:
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/ioctl.c linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/ioctl.c
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/ioctl.c Wed May 2 20:01:37 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/ioctl.c Wed May 2 20:42:24 2001
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
smb_ioctl(struct inode *inode, struct file *filp,
unsigned int cmd, unsigned long arg)
{
- struct smb_sb_info *server = SMB_SERVER(inode);
+ struct smb_sb_info *server = server_from_inode(inode);
struct smb_conn_opt opt;
int result = -EINVAL;

@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@
break;

case SMB_IOC_NEWCONN:
- /* require an argument == the mount data, else it is EINVAL */
+ /* require an argument == smb_conn_opt, else it is EINVAL */
if (!arg)
break;

@@ -45,7 +45,8 @@
if (!copy_from_user(&opt, (void *)arg, sizeof(opt)))
result = smb_newconn(server, &opt);
break;
- default:;
+ default:
+ break;
}

return result;
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/proc.c linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/proc.c
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/proc.c Wed May 2 20:01:37 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/proc.c Wed May 2 23:32:41 2001
@@ -54,18 +54,6 @@
struct smb_fattr *fattr);


-static inline void
-smb_lock_server(struct smb_sb_info *server)
-{
- down(&(server->sem));
-}
-
-static inline void
-smb_unlock_server(struct smb_sb_info *server)
-{
- up(&(server->sem));
-}
-

static void
str_upper(char *name, int len)
@@ -661,29 +649,31 @@
pid_t pid = server->conn_pid;
int error, result = 0;

- if (server->state != CONN_INVALID)
+ if (server->state == CONN_VALID || server->state == CONN_RETRYING)
goto out;

smb_close_socket(server);

if (pid == 0) {
+ /* FIXME: this is fatal */
printk(KERN_ERR "smb_retry: no connection process\n");
server->state = CONN_RETRIED;
goto out;
}

/*
- * Clear the pid to enable the ioctl.
+ * Change state so that only one retry per server will be started.
*/
- server->conn_pid = 0;
+ server->state = CONN_RETRYING;

/*
* Note: use the "priv" flag, as a user process may need to reconnect.
*/
error = kill_proc(pid, SIGUSR1, 1);
if (error) {
+ /* FIXME: this is fatal */
printk(KERN_ERR "smb_retry: signal failed, error=%d\n", error);
- goto out_restore;
+ goto out;
}
VERBOSE("signalled pid %d, waiting for new connection\n", pid);

@@ -691,7 +681,9 @@
* Wait for the new connection.
*/
#ifdef SMB_RETRY_INTR
- interruptible_sleep_on_timeout(&server->wait, 5*HZ);
+ smb_unlock_server(server);
+ interruptible_sleep_on_timeout(&server->wait, 30*HZ);
+ smb_lock_server(server);
if (signal_pending(current))
printk(KERN_INFO "smb_retry: caught signal\n");
#else
@@ -702,8 +694,13 @@
*
* smbmount should be able to reconnect later, but it can't because
* it will get an -EIO on attempts to open the mountpoint!
+ *
+ * FIXME: go back to the interruptable version now that smbmount
+ * can avoid -EIO on the mountpoint when reconnecting?
*/
- sleep_on_timeout(&server->wait, 5*HZ);
+ smb_unlock_server(server);
+ sleep_on_timeout(&server->wait, 30*HZ);
+ smb_lock_server(server);
#endif

/*
@@ -715,15 +712,11 @@
PARANOIA("successful, new pid=%d, generation=%d\n",
server->conn_pid, server->generation);
result = 1;
+ } else if (server->state == CONN_RETRYING) {
+ /* allow further attempts later */
+ server->state = CONN_RETRIED;
}

- /*
- * Restore the original pid if we didn't get a new one.
- */
-out_restore:
- if (!server->conn_pid)
- server->conn_pid = pid;
-
out:
return result;
}
@@ -742,19 +735,16 @@
s->err = 0;

/* Make sure we have a connection */
- if (s->state != CONN_VALID)
- {
+ if (s->state != CONN_VALID) {
if (!smb_retry(s))
goto out;
}

- if (smb_request(s) < 0)
- {
+ if (smb_request(s) < 0) {
DEBUG1("smb_request failed\n");
goto out;
}
- if (smb_valid_packet(s->packet) != 0)
- {
+ if (smb_valid_packet(s->packet) != 0) {
PARANOIA("invalid packet!\n");
goto out;
}
@@ -764,8 +754,7 @@
* is squashing some error codes, but I don't think this is
* correct: after a server error the packet won't be valid.
*/
- if (s->rcls != 0)
- {
+ if (s->rcls != 0) {
result = -smb_errno(s);
if (!result)
printk(KERN_DEBUG "smb_request_ok: rcls=%d, err=%d mapped to 0\n",
@@ -785,10 +774,6 @@
/*
* This implements the NEWCONN ioctl. It installs the server pid,
* sets server->state to CONN_VALID, and wakes up the waiting process.
- *
- * Note that this must be called with the server locked, except for
- * the first call made after mounting the volume. The server pid
- * will be set to zero to indicate that smbfs is awaiting a connection.
*/
int
smb_newconn(struct smb_sb_info *server, struct smb_conn_opt *opt)
@@ -798,11 +783,13 @@

VERBOSE("fd=%d, pid=%d\n", opt->fd, current->pid);

+ smb_lock_server(server);
+
/*
- * Make sure we don't already have a pid ...
+ * Make sure we don't already have a valid connection ...
*/
error = -EINVAL;
- if (server->conn_pid)
+ if (server->state == CONN_VALID)
goto out;

error = -EACCES;
@@ -851,6 +838,8 @@
int len = smb_round_length(server->opt.max_xmit);
char *buf = smb_vmalloc(len);
if (buf) {
+ if (server->packet)
+ smb_vfree(server->packet);
server->packet = buf;
server->packet_size = len;
} else {
@@ -863,6 +852,8 @@
}

out:
+ smb_unlock_server(server);
+
#ifdef SMB_RETRY_INTR
wake_up_interruptible(&server->wait);
#else
@@ -1016,7 +1007,7 @@
}

if (!smb_is_open(inode)) {
- struct smb_sb_info *server = SMB_SERVER(inode);
+ struct smb_sb_info *server = server_from_inode(inode);
smb_lock_server(server);
result = 0;
if (!smb_is_open(inode))
@@ -1084,6 +1075,8 @@
* two seconds ... round the times to avoid needless
* cache invalidations!
*/
+ /* FIXME: could this be the cause of the problems with tar
+ randomly reporting files as changed? */
if (ino->i_mtime & 1)
ino->i_mtime--;
if (ino->i_atime & 1)
@@ -1119,9 +1112,8 @@
{
int result = 0;

- if (smb_is_open(ino))
- {
- struct smb_sb_info *server = SMB_SERVER(ino);
+ if (smb_is_open(ino)) {
+ struct smb_sb_info *server = server_from_inode(ino);
smb_lock_server(server);
result = smb_proc_close_inode(server, ino);
smb_unlock_server(server);
@@ -1423,6 +1415,17 @@
return result;
}

+/*
+ * Called with the server locked
+ */
+int
+smb_proc_flush(struct smb_sb_info *server, __u16 fileid)
+{
+ smb_setup_header(server, SMBflush, 1, 0);
+ WSET(server->packet, smb_vwv0, fileid);
+ return smb_request_ok(server, SMBflush, 0, 0);
+}
+
int
smb_proc_trunc(struct smb_sb_info *server, __u16 fid, __u32 length)
{
@@ -1431,7 +1434,7 @@

smb_lock_server(server);

- retry:
+retry:
p = smb_setup_header(server, SMBwrite, 5, 3);
WSET(server->packet, smb_vwv0, fid);
WSET(server->packet, smb_vwv1, 0);
@@ -1445,7 +1448,16 @@
goto retry;
goto out;
}
+
+ /*
+ * win9x doesn't appear to update the size immediately.
+ * It will return the old file size after the truncate,
+ * confusing smbfs.
+ * NT and Samba return the new value immediately.
+ */
result = 0;
+ if (server->mnt->flags & SMB_MOUNT_WIN95)
+ result = smb_proc_flush(server, fid);
out:
smb_unlock_server(server);
return result;
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/sock.c linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/sock.c
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/fs/smbfs/sock.c Thu Feb 22 20:52:03 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/fs/smbfs/sock.c Wed May 2 20:42:24 2001
@@ -150,14 +150,14 @@
DEBUG1("found=%d, count=%d, result=%d\n", found, count, result);
if (found)
found_data(job->sk);
- kfree(ptr);
+ smb_kfree(ptr);
}

static void
smb_data_ready(struct sock *sk, int len)
{
struct data_callback* job;
- job = kmalloc(sizeof(struct data_callback),GFP_ATOMIC);
+ job = smb_kmalloc(sizeof(struct data_callback),GFP_ATOMIC);
if(job == 0) {
printk("smb_data_ready: lost SESSION KEEPALIVE due to OOM.\n");
found_data(sk);
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/include/linux/smb.h linux-2.4.4-smbfs/include/linux/smb.h
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/include/linux/smb.h Thu Feb 22 21:34:21 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/include/linux/smb.h Wed May 2 22:00:19 2001
@@ -94,21 +94,14 @@
};

enum smb_conn_state {
- CONN_VALID, /* everything's fine */
- CONN_INVALID, /* Something went wrong, but did not
- try to reconnect yet. */
- CONN_RETRIED /* Tried a reconnection, but was refused */
+ CONN_VALID, /* everything's fine */
+ CONN_INVALID, /* Something went wrong, but did not
+ try to reconnect yet. */
+ CONN_RETRIED, /* Tried a reconnection, but was refused */
+ CONN_RETRYING /* Currently trying to reconnect */
};

-/*
- * The readdir cache size controls how many directory entries are cached.
- */
-#define SMB_READDIR_CACHE_SIZE 64
-
#define SMB_SUPER_MAGIC 0x517B
-
-#define SMB_SERVER(inode) (&(inode->i_sb->u.smbfs_sb))
-#define SMB_INOP(inode) (&(inode->u.smbfs_i))

#define SMB_HEADER_LEN 37 /* includes everything up to, but not
* including smb_bcc */
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/include/linux/smb_fs.h linux-2.4.4-smbfs/include/linux/smb_fs.h
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/include/linux/smb_fs.h Thu Feb 22 21:44:20 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/include/linux/smb_fs.h Wed May 2 22:09:58 2001
@@ -48,8 +48,11 @@

#ifdef DEBUG_SMB_MALLOC

+#include <linux/slab.h>
+
extern int smb_malloced;
extern int smb_current_vmalloced;
+extern int smb_current_kmalloced;

static inline void *
smb_vmalloc(unsigned int size)
@@ -66,12 +69,27 @@
vfree(obj);
}

+static inline void *
+smb_kmalloc(size_t size, int flags)
+{
+ smb_malloced += 1;
+ smb_current_kmalloced += 1;
+ return kmalloc(size, flags);
+}
+
+static inline void
+smb_kfree(void *obj)
+{
+ smb_current_kmalloced -= 1;
+ kfree(obj);
+}
+
#else /* DEBUG_SMB_MALLOC */

-#define smb_kmalloc(s,p) kmalloc(s,p)
-#define smb_kfree_s(o,s) kfree(o)
-#define smb_vmalloc(s) vmalloc(s)
-#define smb_vfree(o) vfree(o)
+#define smb_kmalloc(s,p) kmalloc(s,p)
+#define smb_kfree(o) kfree(o)
+#define smb_vmalloc(s) vmalloc(s)
+#define smb_vfree(o) vfree(o)

#endif /* DEBUG_SMB_MALLOC */

@@ -139,7 +157,7 @@
static inline int
smb_is_open(struct inode *i)
{
- return (i->u.smbfs_i.open == SMB_SERVER(i)->generation);
+ return (i->u.smbfs_i.open == server_from_inode(i)->generation);
}


@@ -194,6 +212,7 @@
int smb_proc_dskattr(struct super_block *, struct statfs *);
int smb_proc_disconnect(struct smb_sb_info *);
int smb_proc_trunc(struct smb_sb_info *, __u16, __u32);
+int smb_proc_flush(struct smb_sb_info *, __u16);
void smb_init_root_dirent(struct smb_sb_info *, struct smb_fattr *);

/* linux/fs/smbfs/sock.c */
diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.4.4-orig/include/linux/smb_fs_sb.h linux-2.4.4-smbfs/include/linux/smb_fs_sb.h
--- linux-2.4.4-orig/include/linux/smb_fs_sb.h Thu Feb 22 21:34:21 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4-smbfs/include/linux/smb_fs_sb.h Wed May 2 22:00:19 2001
@@ -58,6 +58,19 @@
struct nls_table *, struct nls_table *);
};

+
+static inline void
+smb_lock_server(struct smb_sb_info *server)
+{
+ down(&(server->sem));
+}
+
+static inline void
+smb_unlock_server(struct smb_sb_info *server)
+{
+ up(&(server->sem));
+}
+
#endif /* __KERNEL__ */

#endif
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