mpi3-fortran / ompi / mca / btl / tcp / btl_tcp_proc.h

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#include "opal/class/opal_object.h"
#include "ompi/proc/proc.h"
#include "btl_tcp.h"
#include "btl_tcp_addr.h"
#include "btl_tcp_endpoint.h"


 * Represents the state of a remote process and the set of addresses
 * that it exports. Also cache an instance of mca_btl_base_endpoint_t for
 * each
 * BTL instance that attempts to open a connection to the process.
struct mca_btl_tcp_proc_t {
    opal_list_item_t super;                  
    /**< allow proc to be placed on a list */

    ompi_proc_t *proc_ompi;                  
    /**< pointer to corresponding ompi_proc_t */

    struct mca_btl_tcp_addr_t* proc_addrs;
    /**< array of addresses exported by peer */

    size_t proc_addr_count;                  
    /**< number of addresses published by endpoint */

    struct mca_btl_base_endpoint_t **proc_endpoints; 
    /**< array of endpoints that have been created to access this proc */    

    size_t proc_endpoint_count;                  
    /**< number of endpoints */

    opal_mutex_t proc_lock;                  
    /**< lock to protect against concurrent access to proc state */
typedef struct mca_btl_tcp_proc_t mca_btl_tcp_proc_t;

/*	the highest possible interface kernel index we can handle */

/*	the maximum number of kernel interfaces we can handle */

/* The maximum number of interfaces that we can have and use the
 * recursion code for determining the best set of connections.  When
 * the number is greater than this, we switch to a simpler algorithm
 * to speed things up. */

 * FIXME: this should probably be part of an ompi list, so we need the
 * appropriate definitions

struct mca_btl_tcp_interface_t {
	struct sockaddr_storage* ipv4_address;
	struct sockaddr_storage* ipv6_address;
	mca_btl_tcp_addr_t* ipv4_endpoint_addr;
	mca_btl_tcp_addr_t* ipv6_endpoint_addr;
	uint32_t ipv4_netmask;
	uint32_t ipv6_netmask;
	int kernel_index;
	int peer_interface;
	int index;
	int inuse;

typedef struct mca_btl_tcp_interface_t mca_btl_tcp_interface_t;

 * describes the quality of a possible connection between a local and
 * a remote network interface
enum mca_btl_tcp_connection_quality { 

mca_btl_tcp_proc_t* mca_btl_tcp_proc_create(ompi_proc_t* ompi_proc);
mca_btl_tcp_proc_t* mca_btl_tcp_proc_lookup(const ompi_process_name_t* name);
int  mca_btl_tcp_proc_insert(mca_btl_tcp_proc_t*, mca_btl_base_endpoint_t*);
int  mca_btl_tcp_proc_remove(mca_btl_tcp_proc_t*, mca_btl_base_endpoint_t*);
bool mca_btl_tcp_proc_accept(mca_btl_tcp_proc_t*, struct sockaddr*, int);
bool mca_btl_tcp_proc_tosocks(mca_btl_tcp_addr_t*, struct sockaddr_storage*);

 * Inlined function to return local TCP proc instance.

static inline mca_btl_tcp_proc_t* mca_btl_tcp_proc_local(void)
    if(NULL == mca_btl_tcp_component.tcp_local)
        mca_btl_tcp_component.tcp_local = mca_btl_tcp_proc_create(ompi_proc_local());
    return mca_btl_tcp_component.tcp_local;

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