src/winsup/cygwin ChangeLog
Mon Aug 29 13:50:00 GMT 2011

CVSROOT:	/cvs/src
Module name:	src
Changes by:	2011-08-29 13:50:26

Modified files:
	winsup/cygwin  : ChangeLog 

Log message:
	* (LOCK_OBJ_NAME_LEN): Change to accommodate extra lf_ver
	(class lockf_t): Add lf_ver field.
	(lockf_t::lockf_t): Initialize lf_ver to 0.
	(class inode_t): Change i_wait to i_cnt.  Change comment to explain
	change in usage.
	(inode_t:use): Rename from wait.  Make private.
	(inode_t::unuse): Rename from unwait.  Make private.
	(inode_t::inuse): Rename from waiting.  Make private.
	(inode_t::notused): New public method to set use count to 0.
	(inode_t::unlock_and_remove): New method to unlock node and to delete
	it if it's unused in current process.
	(fhandler_base::del_my_locks): Drop global list lock.  Drop variable
	no_locks_left.  Simpify unlocking and removing node by just calling
	(fixup_lockf_after_exec): Call notused method for each node.
	(inode_t::get): Call use method.  Lock node only if outside of list
	(inode_t::get_all_locks_list): Accommodate additional lf_ver field
	when creating lockf_t structure from object name.
	(lockf_t::create_lock_obj_attr): Accommodate additional lf_ver field
	when creating object name from lockf_t structure.  Handle
	STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_COLLISION gracefully in F_POSIX case as well.
	Change comment accordingly.  Increment lf_ver field rather than high
	byte of lf_wid field.  Simplify comment.
	(fhandler_disk_file::lock): Always call unlock_and_remove rather than
	just UNLOCK on node.
	(lf_setlock): Move ret definition where it's used.  Drop unneeded
	tests for obj being not NULL.  Only check for deadlock condition if the
	lock we're trying to establish is a POSIX lock.  Revamp object
	collecting and wait code to cover all cases.  Don't return with EDEADLK
	if blocking process can't be opened for synchronization in F_POSIX case,
	rather just wait like in F_FLOCK case.  Change system_printf to
	debug_printf in that case.  Only run WaitForMultipleObjects with high
	priority.  Close obj and process handles prior to locking node.


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