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1 /*
2 * Copyright (c) 2000-2001, Boris Popov
3 * All rights reserved.
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6 * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
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15 * This product includes software developed by Boris Popov.
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32 * $FreeBSD: src/sys/fs/smbfs/smbfs_subr.c,v 1.1.2.2 2003/01/17 08:20:26 tjr Exp $
33 * $DragonFly: src/sys/vfs/smbfs/smbfs_subr.c,v 1.4 2003/08/07 21:54:36 dillon Exp $
35 #include <sys/param.h>
36 #include <sys/systm.h>
37 #include <sys/kernel.h>
38 #include <sys/malloc.h>
39 #include <machine/clock.h>
40 #include <sys/time.h>
41 #include <sys/vnode.h>
42 #include <sys/sysctl.h>
43 #include <sys/iconv.h>
45 #include <netproto/smb/smb.h>
46 #include <netproto/smb/smb_conn.h>
47 #include <netproto/smb/smb_subr.h>
48 #include <netproto/smb/smb_rq.h>
49 #include <netproto/smb/smb_dev.h>
51 #include "smbfs.h"
52 #include "smbfs_node.h"
53 #include "smbfs_subr.h"
55 MALLOC_DEFINE(M_SMBFSDATA, "SMBFS data", "SMBFS private data");
57 /*
58 * Time & date conversion routines taken from msdosfs. Although leap
59 * year calculation is bogus, it's sufficient before 2100 :)
62 * This is the format of the contents of the deTime field in the direntry
63 * structure.
64 * We don't use bitfields because we don't know how compilers for
65 * arbitrary machines will lay them out.
67 #define DT_2SECONDS_MASK 0x1F /* seconds divided by 2 */
68 #define DT_2SECONDS_SHIFT 0
69 #define DT_MINUTES_MASK 0x7E0 /* minutes */
70 #define DT_MINUTES_SHIFT 5
71 #define DT_HOURS_MASK 0xF800 /* hours */
72 #define DT_HOURS_SHIFT 11
75 * This is the format of the contents of the deDate field in the direntry
76 * structure.
78 #define DD_DAY_MASK 0x1F /* day of month */
79 #define DD_DAY_SHIFT 0
80 #define DD_MONTH_MASK 0x1E0 /* month */
81 #define DD_MONTH_SHIFT 5
82 #define DD_YEAR_MASK 0xFE00 /* year - 1980 */
83 #define DD_YEAR_SHIFT 9
85 * Total number of days that have passed for each month in a regular year.
87 static u_short regyear[] = {
88 31, 59, 90, 120, 151, 181,
89 212, 243, 273, 304, 334, 365
93 * Total number of days that have passed for each month in a leap year.
95 static u_short leapyear[] = {
96 31, 60, 91, 121, 152, 182,
97 213, 244, 274, 305, 335, 366
101 * Variables used to remember parts of the last time conversion. Maybe we
102 * can avoid a full conversion.
104 static u_long lasttime;
105 static u_long lastday;
106 static u_short lastddate;
107 static u_short lastdtime;
109 void
110 smb_time_local2server(struct timespec *tsp, int tzoff, u_long *seconds)
112 *seconds = tsp->tv_sec - tzoff * 60 /*- tz.tz_minuteswest * 60 -
113 (wall_cmos_clock ? adjkerntz : 0)*/;
116 void
117 smb_time_server2local(u_long seconds, int tzoff, struct timespec *tsp)
119 tsp->tv_sec = seconds + tzoff * 60;
120 /*+ tz.tz_minuteswest * 60 + (wall_cmos_clock ? adjkerntz : 0)*/;
124 * Number of seconds between 1970 and 1601 year
126 int64_t DIFF1970TO1601 = 11644473600ULL;
129 * Time from server comes as UTC, so no need to use tz
131 void
132 smb_time_NT2local(int64_t nsec, int tzoff, struct timespec *tsp)
134 smb_time_server2local(nsec / 10000000 - DIFF1970TO1601, 0, tsp);
137 void
138 smb_time_local2NT(struct timespec *tsp, int tzoff, int64_t *nsec)
140 u_long seconds;
142 smb_time_local2server(tsp, 0, &seconds);
143 *nsec = (((int64_t)(seconds) & ~1) + DIFF1970TO1601) * (int64_t)10000000;
146 void
147 smb_time_unix2dos(struct timespec *tsp, int tzoff, u_int16_t *ddp,
148 u_int16_t *dtp, u_int8_t *dhp)
150 u_long t, days, year, month, inc;
151 u_short *months;
154 * If the time from the last conversion is the same as now, then
155 * skip the computations and use the saved result.
157 smb_time_local2server(tsp, tzoff, &t);
158 t &= ~1;
159 if (lasttime != t) {
160 lasttime = t;
161 lastdtime = (((t / 2) % 30) << DT_2SECONDS_SHIFT)
162 + (((t / 60) % 60) << DT_MINUTES_SHIFT)
163 + (((t / 3600) % 24) << DT_HOURS_SHIFT);
166 * If the number of days since 1970 is the same as the last
167 * time we did the computation then skip all this leap year
168 * and month stuff.
170 days = t / (24 * 60 * 60);
171 if (days != lastday) {
172 lastday = days;
173 for (year = 1970;; year++) {
174 inc = year & 0x03 ? 365 : 366;
175 if (days < inc)
176 break;
177 days -= inc;
179 months = year & 0x03 ? regyear : leapyear;
180 for (month = 0; days >= months[month]; month++)
182 if (month > 0)
183 days -= months[month - 1];
184 lastddate = ((days + 1) << DD_DAY_SHIFT)
185 + ((month + 1) << DD_MONTH_SHIFT);
187 * Remember dos's idea of time is relative to 1980.
188 * unix's is relative to 1970. If somehow we get a
189 * time before 1980 then don't give totally crazy
190 * results.
192 if (year > 1980)
193 lastddate += (year - 1980) << DD_YEAR_SHIFT;
196 if (dtp)
197 *dtp = lastdtime;
198 if (dhp)
199 *dhp = (tsp->tv_sec & 1) * 100 + tsp->tv_nsec / 10000000;
201 *ddp = lastddate;
205 * The number of seconds between Jan 1, 1970 and Jan 1, 1980. In that
206 * interval there were 8 regular years and 2 leap years.
208 #define SECONDSTO1980 (((8 * 365) + (2 * 366)) * (24 * 60 * 60))
210 static u_short lastdosdate;
211 static u_long lastseconds;
213 void
214 smb_dos2unixtime(u_int dd, u_int dt, u_int dh, int tzoff,
215 struct timespec *tsp)
217 u_long seconds;
218 u_long month;
219 u_long year;
220 u_long days;
221 u_short *months;
223 if (dd == 0) {
224 tsp->tv_sec = 0;
225 tsp->tv_nsec = 0;
226 return;
228 seconds = (((dt & DT_2SECONDS_MASK) >> DT_2SECONDS_SHIFT) << 1)
229 + ((dt & DT_MINUTES_MASK) >> DT_MINUTES_SHIFT) * 60
230 + ((dt & DT_HOURS_MASK) >> DT_HOURS_SHIFT) * 3600
231 + dh / 100;
233 * If the year, month, and day from the last conversion are the
234 * same then use the saved value.
236 if (lastdosdate != dd) {
237 lastdosdate = dd;
238 days = 0;
239 year = (dd & DD_YEAR_MASK) >> DD_YEAR_SHIFT;
240 days = year * 365;
241 days += year / 4 + 1; /* add in leap days */
242 if ((year & 0x03) == 0)
243 days--; /* if year is a leap year */
244 months = year & 0x03 ? regyear : leapyear;
245 month = (dd & DD_MONTH_MASK) >> DD_MONTH_SHIFT;
246 if (month < 1 || month > 12) {
247 month = 1;
249 if (month > 1)
250 days += months[month - 2];
251 days += ((dd & DD_DAY_MASK) >> DD_DAY_SHIFT) - 1;
252 lastseconds = (days * 24 * 60 * 60) + SECONDSTO1980;
254 smb_time_server2local(seconds + lastseconds, tzoff, tsp);
255 tsp->tv_nsec = (dh % 100) * 10000000;
258 static int
259 smb_fphelp(struct mbchain *mbp, struct smb_vc *vcp, struct smbnode *np,
260 int caseopt)
262 struct smbmount *smp= np->n_mount;
263 struct smbnode **npp = smp->sm_npstack;
264 int i, error = 0;
266 /* simple_lock(&smp->sm_npslock);*/
267 i = 0;
268 while (np->n_parent) {
269 if (i++ == SMBFS_MAXPATHCOMP) {
270 /* simple_unlock(&smp->sm_npslock);*/
271 return ENAMETOOLONG;
273 *npp++ = np;
274 np = VTOSMB(np->n_parent);
276 /* if (i == 0)
277 return smb_put_dmem(mbp, vcp, "\\", 2, caseopt);*/
278 while (i--) {
279 np = *--npp;
280 error = mb_put_uint8(mbp, '\\');
281 if (error)
282 break;
283 error = smb_put_dmem(mbp, vcp, np->n_name, np->n_nmlen, caseopt);
284 if (error)
285 break;
287 /* simple_unlock(&smp->sm_npslock);*/
288 return error;
292 smbfs_fullpath(struct mbchain *mbp, struct smb_vc *vcp, struct smbnode *dnp,
293 const char *name, int nmlen)
295 int caseopt = SMB_CS_NONE;
296 int error;
298 if (SMB_DIALECT(vcp) < SMB_DIALECT_LANMAN1_0)
299 caseopt |= SMB_CS_UPPER;
300 if (dnp != NULL) {
301 error = smb_fphelp(mbp, vcp, dnp, caseopt);
302 if (error)
303 return error;
305 if (name) {
306 error = mb_put_uint8(mbp, '\\');
307 if (error)
308 return error;
309 error = smb_put_dmem(mbp, vcp, name, nmlen, caseopt);
310 if (error)
311 return error;
313 error = mb_put_uint8(mbp, 0);
314 return error;
318 smbfs_fname_tolocal(struct smb_vc *vcp, char *name, int nmlen, int caseopt)
320 /* if (caseopt & SMB_CS_UPPER)
321 iconv_convmem(vcp->vc_toupper, name, name, nmlen);
322 else if (caseopt & SMB_CS_LOWER)
323 iconv_convmem(vcp->vc_tolower, name, name, nmlen);*/
324 if (vcp->vc_tolocal)
325 iconv_convmem(vcp->vc_tolocal, name, name, nmlen);
326 return 0;