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Subject[PATCH 6/6] Drop flex_arrays
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All existing users have been converted to generic radix trees

Signed-off-by: Kent Overstreet <kent.overstreet@gmail.com>
---
Documentation/core-api/flexible-arrays.rst | 130 -------
Documentation/flexible-arrays.txt | 123 -------
include/linux/flex_array.h | 149 --------
include/linux/poison.h | 3 -
lib/Makefile | 2 +-
lib/flex_array.c | 398 ---------------------
tools/include/linux/poison.h | 3 -
7 files changed, 1 insertion(+), 807 deletions(-)
delete mode 100644 Documentation/core-api/flexible-arrays.rst
delete mode 100644 Documentation/flexible-arrays.txt
delete mode 100644 include/linux/flex_array.h
delete mode 100644 lib/flex_array.c

diff --git a/Documentation/core-api/flexible-arrays.rst b/Documentation/core-api/flexible-arrays.rst
deleted file mode 100644
index b6b85a1b51..0000000000
--- a/Documentation/core-api/flexible-arrays.rst
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,130 +0,0 @@
-
-===================================
-Using flexible arrays in the kernel
-===================================
-
-Large contiguous memory allocations can be unreliable in the Linux kernel.
-Kernel programmers will sometimes respond to this problem by allocating
-pages with :c:func:`vmalloc()`. This solution not ideal, though. On 32-bit
-systems, memory from vmalloc() must be mapped into a relatively small address
-space; it's easy to run out. On SMP systems, the page table changes required
-by vmalloc() allocations can require expensive cross-processor interrupts on
-all CPUs. And, on all systems, use of space in the vmalloc() range increases
-pressure on the translation lookaside buffer (TLB), reducing the performance
-of the system.
-
-In many cases, the need for memory from vmalloc() can be eliminated by piecing
-together an array from smaller parts; the flexible array library exists to make
-this task easier.
-
-A flexible array holds an arbitrary (within limits) number of fixed-sized
-objects, accessed via an integer index. Sparse arrays are handled
-reasonably well. Only single-page allocations are made, so memory
-allocation failures should be relatively rare. The down sides are that the
-arrays cannot be indexed directly, individual object size cannot exceed the
-system page size, and putting data into a flexible array requires a copy
-operation. It's also worth noting that flexible arrays do no internal
-locking at all; if concurrent access to an array is possible, then the
-caller must arrange for appropriate mutual exclusion.
-
-The creation of a flexible array is done with :c:func:`flex_array_alloc()`::
-
- #include <linux/flex_array.h>
-
- struct flex_array *flex_array_alloc(int element_size,
- unsigned int total,
- gfp_t flags);
-
-The individual object size is provided by ``element_size``, while total is the
-maximum number of objects which can be stored in the array. The flags
-argument is passed directly to the internal memory allocation calls. With
-the current code, using flags to ask for high memory is likely to lead to
-notably unpleasant side effects.
-
-It is also possible to define flexible arrays at compile time with::
-
- DEFINE_FLEX_ARRAY(name, element_size, total);
-
-This macro will result in a definition of an array with the given name; the
-element size and total will be checked for validity at compile time.
-
-Storing data into a flexible array is accomplished with a call to
-:c:func:`flex_array_put()`::
-
- int flex_array_put(struct flex_array *array, unsigned int element_nr,
- void *src, gfp_t flags);
-
-This call will copy the data from src into the array, in the position
-indicated by ``element_nr`` (which must be less than the maximum specified when
-the array was created). If any memory allocations must be performed, flags
-will be used. The return value is zero on success, a negative error code
-otherwise.
-
-There might possibly be a need to store data into a flexible array while
-running in some sort of atomic context; in this situation, sleeping in the
-memory allocator would be a bad thing. That can be avoided by using
-``GFP_ATOMIC`` for the flags value, but, often, there is a better way. The
-trick is to ensure that any needed memory allocations are done before
-entering atomic context, using :c:func:`flex_array_prealloc()`::
-
- int flex_array_prealloc(struct flex_array *array, unsigned int start,
- unsigned int nr_elements, gfp_t flags);
-
-This function will ensure that memory for the elements indexed in the range
-defined by ``start`` and ``nr_elements`` has been allocated. Thereafter, a
-``flex_array_put()`` call on an element in that range is guaranteed not to
-block.
-
-Getting data back out of the array is done with :c:func:`flex_array_get()`::
-
- void *flex_array_get(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr);
-
-The return value is a pointer to the data element, or NULL if that
-particular element has never been allocated.
-
-Note that it is possible to get back a valid pointer for an element which
-has never been stored in the array. Memory for array elements is allocated
-one page at a time; a single allocation could provide memory for several
-adjacent elements. Flexible array elements are normally initialized to the
-value ``FLEX_ARRAY_FREE`` (defined as 0x6c in <linux/poison.h>), so errors
-involving that number probably result from use of unstored array entries.
-Note that, if array elements are allocated with ``__GFP_ZERO``, they will be
-initialized to zero and this poisoning will not happen.
-
-Individual elements in the array can be cleared with
-:c:func:`flex_array_clear()`::
-
- int flex_array_clear(struct flex_array *array, unsigned int element_nr);
-
-This function will set the given element to ``FLEX_ARRAY_FREE`` and return
-zero. If storage for the indicated element is not allocated for the array,
-``flex_array_clear()`` will return ``-EINVAL`` instead. Note that clearing an
-element does not release the storage associated with it; to reduce the
-allocated size of an array, call :c:func:`flex_array_shrink()`::
-
- int flex_array_shrink(struct flex_array *array);
-
-The return value will be the number of pages of memory actually freed.
-This function works by scanning the array for pages containing nothing but
-``FLEX_ARRAY_FREE`` bytes, so (1) it can be expensive, and (2) it will not work
-if the array's pages are allocated with ``__GFP_ZERO``.
-
-It is possible to remove all elements of an array with a call to
-:c:func:`flex_array_free_parts()`::
-
- void flex_array_free_parts(struct flex_array *array);
-
-This call frees all elements, but leaves the array itself in place.
-Freeing the entire array is done with :c:func:`flex_array_free()`::
-
- void flex_array_free(struct flex_array *array);
-
-As of this writing, there are no users of flexible arrays in the mainline
-kernel. The functions described here are also not exported to modules;
-that will probably be fixed when somebody comes up with a need for it.
-
-
-Flexible array functions
-------------------------
-
-.. kernel-doc:: include/linux/flex_array.h
diff --git a/Documentation/flexible-arrays.txt b/Documentation/flexible-arrays.txt
deleted file mode 100644
index a0f2989dd8..0000000000
--- a/Documentation/flexible-arrays.txt
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,123 +0,0 @@
-===================================
-Using flexible arrays in the kernel
-===================================
-
-:Updated: Last updated for 2.6.32
-:Author: Jonathan Corbet <corbet@lwn.net>
-
-Large contiguous memory allocations can be unreliable in the Linux kernel.
-Kernel programmers will sometimes respond to this problem by allocating
-pages with vmalloc(). This solution not ideal, though. On 32-bit systems,
-memory from vmalloc() must be mapped into a relatively small address space;
-it's easy to run out. On SMP systems, the page table changes required by
-vmalloc() allocations can require expensive cross-processor interrupts on
-all CPUs. And, on all systems, use of space in the vmalloc() range
-increases pressure on the translation lookaside buffer (TLB), reducing the
-performance of the system.
-
-In many cases, the need for memory from vmalloc() can be eliminated by
-piecing together an array from smaller parts; the flexible array library
-exists to make this task easier.
-
-A flexible array holds an arbitrary (within limits) number of fixed-sized
-objects, accessed via an integer index. Sparse arrays are handled
-reasonably well. Only single-page allocations are made, so memory
-allocation failures should be relatively rare. The down sides are that the
-arrays cannot be indexed directly, individual object size cannot exceed the
-system page size, and putting data into a flexible array requires a copy
-operation. It's also worth noting that flexible arrays do no internal
-locking at all; if concurrent access to an array is possible, then the
-caller must arrange for appropriate mutual exclusion.
-
-The creation of a flexible array is done with::
-
- #include <linux/flex_array.h>
-
- struct flex_array *flex_array_alloc(int element_size,
- unsigned int total,
- gfp_t flags);
-
-The individual object size is provided by element_size, while total is the
-maximum number of objects which can be stored in the array. The flags
-argument is passed directly to the internal memory allocation calls. With
-the current code, using flags to ask for high memory is likely to lead to
-notably unpleasant side effects.
-
-It is also possible to define flexible arrays at compile time with::
-
- DEFINE_FLEX_ARRAY(name, element_size, total);
-
-This macro will result in a definition of an array with the given name; the
-element size and total will be checked for validity at compile time.
-
-Storing data into a flexible array is accomplished with a call to::
-
- int flex_array_put(struct flex_array *array, unsigned int element_nr,
- void *src, gfp_t flags);
-
-This call will copy the data from src into the array, in the position
-indicated by element_nr (which must be less than the maximum specified when
-the array was created). If any memory allocations must be performed, flags
-will be used. The return value is zero on success, a negative error code
-otherwise.
-
-There might possibly be a need to store data into a flexible array while
-running in some sort of atomic context; in this situation, sleeping in the
-memory allocator would be a bad thing. That can be avoided by using
-GFP_ATOMIC for the flags value, but, often, there is a better way. The
-trick is to ensure that any needed memory allocations are done before
-entering atomic context, using::
-
- int flex_array_prealloc(struct flex_array *array, unsigned int start,
- unsigned int nr_elements, gfp_t flags);
-
-This function will ensure that memory for the elements indexed in the range
-defined by start and nr_elements has been allocated. Thereafter, a
-flex_array_put() call on an element in that range is guaranteed not to
-block.
-
-Getting data back out of the array is done with::
-
- void *flex_array_get(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr);
-
-The return value is a pointer to the data element, or NULL if that
-particular element has never been allocated.
-
-Note that it is possible to get back a valid pointer for an element which
-has never been stored in the array. Memory for array elements is allocated
-one page at a time; a single allocation could provide memory for several
-adjacent elements. Flexible array elements are normally initialized to the
-value FLEX_ARRAY_FREE (defined as 0x6c in <linux/poison.h>), so errors
-involving that number probably result from use of unstored array entries.
-Note that, if array elements are allocated with __GFP_ZERO, they will be
-initialized to zero and this poisoning will not happen.
-
-Individual elements in the array can be cleared with::
-
- int flex_array_clear(struct flex_array *array, unsigned int element_nr);
-
-This function will set the given element to FLEX_ARRAY_FREE and return
-zero. If storage for the indicated element is not allocated for the array,
-flex_array_clear() will return -EINVAL instead. Note that clearing an
-element does not release the storage associated with it; to reduce the
-allocated size of an array, call::
-
- int flex_array_shrink(struct flex_array *array);
-
-The return value will be the number of pages of memory actually freed.
-This function works by scanning the array for pages containing nothing but
-FLEX_ARRAY_FREE bytes, so (1) it can be expensive, and (2) it will not work
-if the array's pages are allocated with __GFP_ZERO.
-
-It is possible to remove all elements of an array with a call to::
-
- void flex_array_free_parts(struct flex_array *array);
-
-This call frees all elements, but leaves the array itself in place.
-Freeing the entire array is done with::
-
- void flex_array_free(struct flex_array *array);
-
-As of this writing, there are no users of flexible arrays in the mainline
-kernel. The functions described here are also not exported to modules;
-that will probably be fixed when somebody comes up with a need for it.
diff --git a/include/linux/flex_array.h b/include/linux/flex_array.h
deleted file mode 100644
index b94fa61b51..0000000000
--- a/include/linux/flex_array.h
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,149 +0,0 @@
-/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0 */
-#ifndef _FLEX_ARRAY_H
-#define _FLEX_ARRAY_H
-
-#include <linux/types.h>
-#include <linux/reciprocal_div.h>
-#include <asm/page.h>
-
-#define FLEX_ARRAY_PART_SIZE PAGE_SIZE
-#define FLEX_ARRAY_BASE_SIZE PAGE_SIZE
-
-struct flex_array_part;
-
-/*
- * This is meant to replace cases where an array-like
- * structure has gotten too big to fit into kmalloc()
- * and the developer is getting tempted to use
- * vmalloc().
- */
-
-struct flex_array {
- union {
- struct {
- int element_size;
- int total_nr_elements;
- int elems_per_part;
- struct reciprocal_value reciprocal_elems;
- struct flex_array_part *parts[];
- };
- /*
- * This little trick makes sure that
- * sizeof(flex_array) == PAGE_SIZE
- */
- char padding[FLEX_ARRAY_BASE_SIZE];
- };
-};
-
-/* Number of bytes left in base struct flex_array, excluding metadata */
-#define FLEX_ARRAY_BASE_BYTES_LEFT \
- (FLEX_ARRAY_BASE_SIZE - offsetof(struct flex_array, parts))
-
-/* Number of pointers in base to struct flex_array_part pages */
-#define FLEX_ARRAY_NR_BASE_PTRS \
- (FLEX_ARRAY_BASE_BYTES_LEFT / sizeof(struct flex_array_part *))
-
-/* Number of elements of size that fit in struct flex_array_part */
-#define FLEX_ARRAY_ELEMENTS_PER_PART(size) \
- (FLEX_ARRAY_PART_SIZE / size)
-
-/*
- * Defines a statically allocated flex array and ensures its parameters are
- * valid.
- */
-#define DEFINE_FLEX_ARRAY(__arrayname, __element_size, __total) \
- struct flex_array __arrayname = { { { \
- .element_size = (__element_size), \
- .total_nr_elements = (__total), \
- } } }; \
- static inline void __arrayname##_invalid_parameter(void) \
- { \
- BUILD_BUG_ON((__total) > FLEX_ARRAY_NR_BASE_PTRS * \
- FLEX_ARRAY_ELEMENTS_PER_PART(__element_size)); \
- }
-
-/**
- * flex_array_alloc() - Creates a flexible array.
- * @element_size: individual object size.
- * @total: maximum number of objects which can be stored.
- * @flags: GFP flags
- *
- * Return: Returns an object of structure flex_array.
- */
-struct flex_array *flex_array_alloc(int element_size, unsigned int total,
- gfp_t flags);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_prealloc() - Ensures that memory for the elements indexed in the
- * range defined by start and nr_elements has been allocated.
- * @fa: array to allocate memory to.
- * @start: start address
- * @nr_elements: number of elements to be allocated.
- * @flags: GFP flags
- *
- */
-int flex_array_prealloc(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int start,
- unsigned int nr_elements, gfp_t flags);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_free() - Removes all elements of a flexible array.
- * @fa: array to be freed.
- */
-void flex_array_free(struct flex_array *fa);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_free_parts() - Removes all elements of a flexible array, but
- * leaves the array itself in place.
- * @fa: array to be emptied.
- */
-void flex_array_free_parts(struct flex_array *fa);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_put() - Stores data into a flexible array.
- * @fa: array where element is to be stored.
- * @element_nr: position to copy, must be less than the maximum specified when
- * the array was created.
- * @src: data source to be copied into the array.
- * @flags: GFP flags
- *
- * Return: Returns zero on success, a negative error code otherwise.
- */
-int flex_array_put(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr, void *src,
- gfp_t flags);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_clear() - Clears an individual element in the array, sets the
- * given element to FLEX_ARRAY_FREE.
- * @element_nr: element position to clear.
- * @fa: array to which element to be cleared belongs.
- *
- * Return: Returns zero on success, -EINVAL otherwise.
- */
-int flex_array_clear(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_get() - Retrieves data into a flexible array.
- *
- * @element_nr: Element position to retrieve data from.
- * @fa: array from which data is to be retrieved.
- *
- * Return: Returns a pointer to the data element, or NULL if that
- * particular element has never been allocated.
- */
-void *flex_array_get(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_shrink() - Reduces the allocated size of an array.
- * @fa: array to shrink.
- *
- * Return: Returns number of pages of memory actually freed.
- *
- */
-int flex_array_shrink(struct flex_array *fa);
-
-#define flex_array_put_ptr(fa, nr, src, gfp) \
- flex_array_put(fa, nr, (void *)&(src), gfp)
-
-void *flex_array_get_ptr(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr);
-
-#endif /* _FLEX_ARRAY_H */
diff --git a/include/linux/poison.h b/include/linux/poison.h
index 15927ebc22..10173f989a 100644
--- a/include/linux/poison.h
+++ b/include/linux/poison.h
@@ -83,9 +83,6 @@
#define MUTEX_DEBUG_FREE 0x22
#define MUTEX_POISON_WW_CTX ((void *) 0x500 + POISON_POINTER_DELTA)

-/********** lib/flex_array.c **********/
-#define FLEX_ARRAY_FREE 0x6c /* for use-after-free poisoning */
-
/********** security/ **********/
#define KEY_DESTROY 0xbd

diff --git a/lib/Makefile b/lib/Makefile
index 5db5a7fb1e..2c5245d683 100644
--- a/lib/Makefile
+++ b/lib/Makefile
@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ obj-y += lockref.o

obj-y += bcd.o div64.o sort.o parser.o debug_locks.o random32.o \
bust_spinlocks.o kasprintf.o bitmap.o scatterlist.o \
- gcd.o lcm.o list_sort.o uuid.o flex_array.o iov_iter.o clz_ctz.o \
+ gcd.o lcm.o list_sort.o uuid.o iov_iter.o clz_ctz.o \
bsearch.o find_bit.o llist.o memweight.o kfifo.o \
percpu-refcount.o percpu_ida.o rhashtable.o reciprocal_div.o \
once.o refcount.o usercopy.o errseq.o bucket_locks.o \
diff --git a/lib/flex_array.c b/lib/flex_array.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 2eed22fa50..0000000000
--- a/lib/flex_array.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,398 +0,0 @@
-/*
- * Flexible array managed in PAGE_SIZE parts
- *
- * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
- * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
- * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
- * (at your option) any later version.
- *
- * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
- * GNU General Public License for more details.
- *
- * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
- * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
- * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
- *
- * Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009
- *
- * Author: Dave Hansen <dave@linux.vnet.ibm.com>
- */
-
-#include <linux/flex_array.h>
-#include <linux/slab.h>
-#include <linux/stddef.h>
-#include <linux/export.h>
-#include <linux/reciprocal_div.h>
-
-struct flex_array_part {
- char elements[FLEX_ARRAY_PART_SIZE];
-};
-
-/*
- * If a user requests an allocation which is small
- * enough, we may simply use the space in the
- * flex_array->parts[] array to store the user
- * data.
- */
-static inline int elements_fit_in_base(struct flex_array *fa)
-{
- int data_size = fa->element_size * fa->total_nr_elements;
- if (data_size <= FLEX_ARRAY_BASE_BYTES_LEFT)
- return 1;
- return 0;
-}
-
-/**
- * flex_array_alloc - allocate a new flexible array
- * @element_size: the size of individual elements in the array
- * @total: total number of elements that this should hold
- * @flags: page allocation flags to use for base array
- *
- * Note: all locking must be provided by the caller.
- *
- * @total is used to size internal structures. If the user ever
- * accesses any array indexes >=@total, it will produce errors.
- *
- * The maximum number of elements is defined as: the number of
- * elements that can be stored in a page times the number of
- * page pointers that we can fit in the base structure or (using
- * integer math):
- *
- * (PAGE_SIZE/element_size) * (PAGE_SIZE-8)/sizeof(void *)
- *
- * Here's a table showing example capacities. Note that the maximum
- * index that the get/put() functions is just nr_objects-1. This
- * basically means that you get 4MB of storage on 32-bit and 2MB on
- * 64-bit.
- *
- *
- * Element size | Objects | Objects |
- * PAGE_SIZE=4k | 32-bit | 64-bit |
- * ---------------------------------|
- * 1 bytes | 4177920 | 2088960 |
- * 2 bytes | 2088960 | 1044480 |
- * 3 bytes | 1392300 | 696150 |
- * 4 bytes | 1044480 | 522240 |
- * 32 bytes | 130560 | 65408 |
- * 33 bytes | 126480 | 63240 |
- * 2048 bytes | 2040 | 1020 |
- * 2049 bytes | 1020 | 510 |
- * void * | 1044480 | 261120 |
- *
- * Since 64-bit pointers are twice the size, we lose half the
- * capacity in the base structure. Also note that no effort is made
- * to efficiently pack objects across page boundaries.
- */
-struct flex_array *flex_array_alloc(int element_size, unsigned int total,
- gfp_t flags)
-{
- struct flex_array *ret;
- int elems_per_part = 0;
- int max_size = 0;
- struct reciprocal_value reciprocal_elems = { 0 };
-
- if (element_size) {
- elems_per_part = FLEX_ARRAY_ELEMENTS_PER_PART(element_size);
- reciprocal_elems = reciprocal_value(elems_per_part);
- max_size = FLEX_ARRAY_NR_BASE_PTRS * elems_per_part;
- }
-
- /* max_size will end up 0 if element_size > PAGE_SIZE */
- if (total > max_size)
- return NULL;
- ret = kzalloc(sizeof(struct flex_array), flags);
- if (!ret)
- return NULL;
- ret->element_size = element_size;
- ret->total_nr_elements = total;
- ret->elems_per_part = elems_per_part;
- ret->reciprocal_elems = reciprocal_elems;
- if (elements_fit_in_base(ret) && !(flags & __GFP_ZERO))
- memset(&ret->parts[0], FLEX_ARRAY_FREE,
- FLEX_ARRAY_BASE_BYTES_LEFT);
- return ret;
-}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(flex_array_alloc);
-
-static int fa_element_to_part_nr(struct flex_array *fa,
- unsigned int element_nr)
-{
- /*
- * if element_size == 0 we don't get here, so we never touch
- * the zeroed fa->reciprocal_elems, which would yield invalid
- * results
- */
- return reciprocal_divide(element_nr, fa->reciprocal_elems);
-}
-
-/**
- * flex_array_free_parts - just free the second-level pages
- * @fa: the flex array from which to free parts
- *
- * This is to be used in cases where the base 'struct flex_array'
- * has been statically allocated and should not be free.
- */
-void flex_array_free_parts(struct flex_array *fa)
-{
- int part_nr;
-
- if (elements_fit_in_base(fa))
- return;
- for (part_nr = 0; part_nr < FLEX_ARRAY_NR_BASE_PTRS; part_nr++)
- kfree(fa->parts[part_nr]);
-}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(flex_array_free_parts);
-
-void flex_array_free(struct flex_array *fa)
-{
- flex_array_free_parts(fa);
- kfree(fa);
-}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(flex_array_free);
-
-static unsigned int index_inside_part(struct flex_array *fa,
- unsigned int element_nr,
- unsigned int part_nr)
-{
- unsigned int part_offset;
-
- part_offset = element_nr - part_nr * fa->elems_per_part;
- return part_offset * fa->element_size;
-}
-
-static struct flex_array_part *
-__fa_get_part(struct flex_array *fa, int part_nr, gfp_t flags)
-{
- struct flex_array_part *part = fa->parts[part_nr];
- if (!part) {
- part = kmalloc(sizeof(struct flex_array_part), flags);
- if (!part)
- return NULL;
- if (!(flags & __GFP_ZERO))
- memset(part, FLEX_ARRAY_FREE,
- sizeof(struct flex_array_part));
- fa->parts[part_nr] = part;
- }
- return part;
-}
-
-/**
- * flex_array_put - copy data into the array at @element_nr
- * @fa: the flex array to copy data into
- * @element_nr: index of the position in which to insert
- * the new element.
- * @src: address of data to copy into the array
- * @flags: page allocation flags to use for array expansion
- *
- *
- * Note that this *copies* the contents of @src into
- * the array. If you are trying to store an array of
- * pointers, make sure to pass in &ptr instead of ptr.
- * You may instead wish to use the flex_array_put_ptr()
- * helper function.
- *
- * Locking must be provided by the caller.
- */
-int flex_array_put(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr, void *src,
- gfp_t flags)
-{
- int part_nr = 0;
- struct flex_array_part *part;
- void *dst;
-
- if (element_nr >= fa->total_nr_elements)
- return -ENOSPC;
- if (!fa->element_size)
- return 0;
- if (elements_fit_in_base(fa))
- part = (struct flex_array_part *)&fa->parts[0];
- else {
- part_nr = fa_element_to_part_nr(fa, element_nr);
- part = __fa_get_part(fa, part_nr, flags);
- if (!part)
- return -ENOMEM;
- }
- dst = &part->elements[index_inside_part(fa, element_nr, part_nr)];
- memcpy(dst, src, fa->element_size);
- return 0;
-}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(flex_array_put);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_clear - clear element in array at @element_nr
- * @fa: the flex array of the element.
- * @element_nr: index of the position to clear.
- *
- * Locking must be provided by the caller.
- */
-int flex_array_clear(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr)
-{
- int part_nr = 0;
- struct flex_array_part *part;
- void *dst;
-
- if (element_nr >= fa->total_nr_elements)
- return -ENOSPC;
- if (!fa->element_size)
- return 0;
- if (elements_fit_in_base(fa))
- part = (struct flex_array_part *)&fa->parts[0];
- else {
- part_nr = fa_element_to_part_nr(fa, element_nr);
- part = fa->parts[part_nr];
- if (!part)
- return -EINVAL;
- }
- dst = &part->elements[index_inside_part(fa, element_nr, part_nr)];
- memset(dst, FLEX_ARRAY_FREE, fa->element_size);
- return 0;
-}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(flex_array_clear);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_prealloc - guarantee that array space exists
- * @fa: the flex array for which to preallocate parts
- * @start: index of first array element for which space is allocated
- * @nr_elements: number of elements for which space is allocated
- * @flags: page allocation flags
- *
- * This will guarantee that no future calls to flex_array_put()
- * will allocate memory. It can be used if you are expecting to
- * be holding a lock or in some atomic context while writing
- * data into the array.
- *
- * Locking must be provided by the caller.
- */
-int flex_array_prealloc(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int start,
- unsigned int nr_elements, gfp_t flags)
-{
- int start_part;
- int end_part;
- int part_nr;
- unsigned int end;
- struct flex_array_part *part;
-
- if (!start && !nr_elements)
- return 0;
- if (start >= fa->total_nr_elements)
- return -ENOSPC;
- if (!nr_elements)
- return 0;
-
- end = start + nr_elements - 1;
-
- if (end >= fa->total_nr_elements)
- return -ENOSPC;
- if (!fa->element_size)
- return 0;
- if (elements_fit_in_base(fa))
- return 0;
- start_part = fa_element_to_part_nr(fa, start);
- end_part = fa_element_to_part_nr(fa, end);
- for (part_nr = start_part; part_nr <= end_part; part_nr++) {
- part = __fa_get_part(fa, part_nr, flags);
- if (!part)
- return -ENOMEM;
- }
- return 0;
-}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(flex_array_prealloc);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_get - pull data back out of the array
- * @fa: the flex array from which to extract data
- * @element_nr: index of the element to fetch from the array
- *
- * Returns a pointer to the data at index @element_nr. Note
- * that this is a copy of the data that was passed in. If you
- * are using this to store pointers, you'll get back &ptr. You
- * may instead wish to use the flex_array_get_ptr helper.
- *
- * Locking must be provided by the caller.
- */
-void *flex_array_get(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr)
-{
- int part_nr = 0;
- struct flex_array_part *part;
-
- if (!fa->element_size)
- return NULL;
- if (element_nr >= fa->total_nr_elements)
- return NULL;
- if (elements_fit_in_base(fa))
- part = (struct flex_array_part *)&fa->parts[0];
- else {
- part_nr = fa_element_to_part_nr(fa, element_nr);
- part = fa->parts[part_nr];
- if (!part)
- return NULL;
- }
- return &part->elements[index_inside_part(fa, element_nr, part_nr)];
-}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(flex_array_get);
-
-/**
- * flex_array_get_ptr - pull a ptr back out of the array
- * @fa: the flex array from which to extract data
- * @element_nr: index of the element to fetch from the array
- *
- * Returns the pointer placed in the flex array at element_nr using
- * flex_array_put_ptr(). This function should not be called if the
- * element in question was not set using the _put_ptr() helper.
- */
-void *flex_array_get_ptr(struct flex_array *fa, unsigned int element_nr)
-{
- void **tmp;
-
- tmp = flex_array_get(fa, element_nr);
- if (!tmp)
- return NULL;
-
- return *tmp;
-}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(flex_array_get_ptr);
-
-static int part_is_free(struct flex_array_part *part)
-{
- int i;
-
- for (i = 0; i < sizeof(struct flex_array_part); i++)
- if (part->elements[i] != FLEX_ARRAY_FREE)
- return 0;
- return 1;
-}
-
-/**
- * flex_array_shrink - free unused second-level pages
- * @fa: the flex array to shrink
- *
- * Frees all second-level pages that consist solely of unused
- * elements. Returns the number of pages freed.
- *
- * Locking must be provided by the caller.
- */
-int flex_array_shrink(struct flex_array *fa)
-{
- struct flex_array_part *part;
- int part_nr;
- int ret = 0;
-
- if (!fa->total_nr_elements || !fa->element_size)
- return 0;
- if (elements_fit_in_base(fa))
- return ret;
- for (part_nr = 0; part_nr < FLEX_ARRAY_NR_BASE_PTRS; part_nr++) {
- part = fa->parts[part_nr];
- if (!part)
- continue;
- if (part_is_free(part)) {
- fa->parts[part_nr] = NULL;
- kfree(part);
- ret++;
- }
- }
- return ret;
-}
-EXPORT_SYMBOL(flex_array_shrink);
diff --git a/tools/include/linux/poison.h b/tools/include/linux/poison.h
index 9fdcd3eaac..d297257691 100644
--- a/tools/include/linux/poison.h
+++ b/tools/include/linux/poison.h
@@ -87,9 +87,6 @@
#define MUTEX_DEBUG_INIT 0x11
#define MUTEX_DEBUG_FREE 0x22

-/********** lib/flex_array.c **********/
-#define FLEX_ARRAY_FREE 0x6c /* for use-after-free poisoning */
-
/********** security/ **********/
#define KEY_DESTROY 0xbd

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