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authorRaghavendra Bhat <raghavendra@redhat.com>2016-02-16 20:22:36 -0500
committerVenky Shankar <vshankar@redhat.com>2016-02-29 19:18:55 -0800
commit2102010edab355ac9882eea41a46edaca8b9d02c (patch)
treeeaedc727ded0e01d773883a8450be1ce55848f40 /xlators/features/bit-rot/src/stub
parent99fde63452d33c3b80997883c91b2ea0f422db5b (diff)
features/bitrot: do not remove the quarantine handle in forget
If an object is marked as bad, then an entry is corresponding to the bad object is created in the .glusterfs/quarantine directory to help scrub status. The entry name is the gfid of the corrupted object. The quarantine handle is removed in below 2 cases. 1) When protocol/server revceives the -ve lookup on an entry whose inode is there in the inode table (it can happen when the corrupted object is deleted directly from the backend for recovery purpose) it sends a forget on the inode and bit-rot-stub removes the quarantine handle in upon getting the forget. refer to the below commit f853ed9c61bf65cb39f859470a8ffe8973818868: http://review.gluster.org/12743) 2) When bit-rot-stub itself realizes that lookup on a corrupted object has failed with ENOENT. But with step1, there is a problem when the bit-rot-stub receives forget due to lru limit exceeding in the inode table. In such cases, though the corrupted object is not deleted (either from the mount point or from the backend), the handle in the quarantine directory is removed and that object is not shown in the bad objects list in the scrub status command. So it is better to follow only 2nd step (i.e. bit-rot-stub removing the handle from the quarantine directory in -ve lookups). Also the handle has to be removed when a corrupted object is unlinked from the mount point itself. Change-Id: Ibc3bbaf4bc8a5f8986085e87b729ab912cbf8cf9 BUG: 1308961 Original author: Raghavendra Bhat <raghavendra@redhat.com> Signed-off-by: Kotresh HR <khiremat@redhat.com> Reviewed-on: http://review.gluster.org/13472 Smoke: Gluster Build System <jenkins@build.gluster.com> NetBSD-regression: NetBSD Build System <jenkins@build.gluster.org> CentOS-regression: Gluster Build System <jenkins@build.gluster.com> Reviewed-by: Venky Shankar <vshankar@redhat.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'xlators/features/bit-rot/src/stub')
-rw-r--r--xlators/features/bit-rot/src/stub/bit-rot-stub.c104
1 files changed, 96 insertions, 8 deletions
diff --git a/xlators/features/bit-rot/src/stub/bit-rot-stub.c b/xlators/features/bit-rot/src/stub/bit-rot-stub.c
index 9c0f622..b93f62f 100644
--- a/xlators/features/bit-rot/src/stub/bit-rot-stub.c
+++ b/xlators/features/bit-rot/src/stub/bit-rot-stub.c
@@ -2841,19 +2841,46 @@ unwind:
/** {{{ */
-/* forget() */
+/* unlink() */
int
-br_stub_forget (xlator_t *this, inode_t *inode)
+br_stub_unlink_cbk (call_frame_t *frame, void *cookie, xlator_t *this,
+ int32_t op_ret, int32_t op_errno, struct iatt *preparent,
+ struct iatt *postparent, dict_t *xdata)
{
- uint64_t ctx_addr = 0;
- br_stub_inode_ctx_t *ctx = NULL;
+ br_stub_local_t *local = NULL;
+ inode_t *inode = NULL;
+ uint64_t ctx_addr = 0;
+ br_stub_inode_ctx_t *ctx = NULL;
+ int32_t ret = -1;
- inode_ctx_del (inode, this, &ctx_addr);
- if (!ctx_addr)
- return 0;
+ if (op_ret < 0)
+ goto unwind;
- ctx = (br_stub_inode_ctx_t *) (long) ctx_addr;
+ local = frame->local;
+ frame->local = NULL;
+
+ inode = local->u.context.inode;
+
+ ret = br_stub_get_inode_ctx (this, inode, &ctx_addr);
+ if (ret) {
+ /**
+ * If the inode is bad AND context is not there, then there
+ * is a possibility of the gfid of the object being listed
+ * in the quarantine directory and will be shown in the
+ * bad objects list. So continuing with the fop with a
+ * warning log. The entry from the quarantine directory
+ * has to be removed manually. Its not a good idea to fail
+ * the fop, as the object has already been deleted.
+ */
+ gf_msg (this->name, GF_LOG_WARNING, 0,
+ BRS_MSG_GET_INODE_CONTEXT_FAILED,
+ "failed to get the context for the inode %s",
+ uuid_utoa (inode->gfid));
+ goto unwind;
+ }
+
+ ctx = (br_stub_inode_ctx_t *)(long)ctx_addr;
LOCK (&inode->lock);
{
@@ -2868,6 +2895,66 @@ br_stub_forget (xlator_t *this, inode_t *inode)
}
UNLOCK (&inode->lock);
+unwind:
+ STACK_UNWIND_STRICT (unlink, frame, op_ret, op_errno, preparent,
+ postparent, xdata);
+ br_stub_cleanup_local (local);
+ br_stub_dealloc_local (local);
+ return 0;
+}
+
+int
+br_stub_unlink (call_frame_t *frame, xlator_t *this, loc_t *loc, int flag,
+ dict_t *xdata)
+{
+ br_stub_local_t *local = NULL;
+ int32_t op_ret = -1;
+ int32_t op_errno = 0;
+
+ local = br_stub_alloc_local (this);
+ if (!local) {
+ op_ret = -1;
+ op_errno = ENOMEM;
+ gf_msg (this->name, GF_LOG_ERROR, ENOMEM, BRS_MSG_NO_MEMORY,
+ "failed to allocate memory for local (path: %s, gfid: %s)",
+ loc->path, uuid_utoa (loc->inode->gfid));
+ goto unwind;
+ }
+
+ br_stub_fill_local (local, NULL, NULL, loc->inode,
+ loc->inode->gfid,
+ BR_STUB_NO_VERSIONING, 0);
+
+ frame->local = local;
+
+ STACK_WIND (frame, br_stub_unlink_cbk, FIRST_CHILD (this),
+ FIRST_CHILD (this)->fops->unlink, loc, flag, xdata);
+ return 0;
+
+unwind:
+ STACK_UNWIND_STRICT (unlink, frame, op_ret, op_errno, NULL, NULL, NULL);
+ return 0;
+}
+
+
+/** }}} */
+
+/** {{{ */
+
+/* forget() */
+
+int
+br_stub_forget (xlator_t *this, inode_t *inode)
+{
+ uint64_t ctx_addr = 0;
+ br_stub_inode_ctx_t *ctx = NULL;
+
+ inode_ctx_del (inode, this, &ctx_addr);
+ if (!ctx_addr)
+ return 0;
+
+ ctx = (br_stub_inode_ctx_t *) (long) ctx_addr;
+
GF_FREE (ctx);
return 0;
@@ -3133,6 +3220,7 @@ struct xlator_fops fops = {
.setxattr = br_stub_setxattr,
.opendir = br_stub_opendir,
.readdir = br_stub_readdir,
+ .unlink = br_stub_unlink,
};
struct xlator_cbks cbks = {