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* 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.
* This program is distributed in the hope that it would be useful,
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#ifndef TREE_H
#define TREE_H
/* tree_init - creates a new tree abstraction.
extern bool_t tree_init(char *hkdir,
char *dstdir,
bool_t toconlypr,
bool_t ownerpr,
xfs_ino_t rootino,
xfs_ino_t firstino,
xfs_ino_t lastino,
size64_t dircnt,
size64_t nondircnt,
size64_t vmsz,
bool_t fullpr,
bool_t dstdirisxfspr,
uint32_t dumpformat,
bool_t truncategenpr);
/* tree_sync - synchronizes with an existing tree abstraction
extern bool_t tree_sync(char *hkdir,
char *dstdir,
bool_t toconlypr,
bool_t fullpr,
bool_t dstdirisxfspr);
/* tree_check_dump_format - detect the rare case where a
* cumulative restore begins with a format 3 (or newer)
* dump, and a later restore in the series encounters
* a format 2 dump. the restore will fail unless the
* original restore was told to use format 2 gen numbers.
extern bool_t tree_check_dump_format(uint32_t dumpformat);
/* tree_begindir - begins application of dumped directory to tree.
* returns handle to dir node. returns by reference the dirattr
* handle if new. caller must pre-zero (DAH_NULL).
extern nh_t tree_begindir(filehdr_t *fhdrp, dah_t *dahp);
/* tree_addent - adds a directory entry; takes dirh from above call
extern rv_t tree_addent(nh_t dirh,
xfs_ino_t ino,
gen_t gen,
char *name,
size_t namelen);
/* ends application of dir
extern void tree_enddir(nh_t dirh);
#ifdef TREE_CHK
/* tree_chk - do a sanity check of the tree prior to post-processing and
* non-dir restoral. returns FALSE if corruption detected.
extern bool_t tree_chk(void);
#endif /* TREE_CHK */
/* tree_marknoref - mark all nodes as no reference, not dumped dirs, and
* clear all directory attribute handles. done at the beginning
* of the restoral of a dump session, in order to detect directory entries
* no longer needed.
extern void tree_marknoref(void);
/* mark all nodes in tree as either selected or unselected, depending on sense
extern void tree_markallsubtree(bool_t sensepr);
extern bool_t tree_subtree_parse(bool_t sensepr, char *path);
extern bool_t tree_post(char *path1, char *path2);
extern rv_t tree_cb_links(xfs_ino_t ino,
gen_t gen,
int32_t ctime,
int32_t mtime,
bool_t (*funcp)(void *contextp,
bool_t linkpr,
char *path1,
char *path2),
void *contextp,
char *path1,
char *path2);
/* called after all dirs have been restored. adjusts the ref flags,
* by noting that dirents not refed because their parents were not dumped
* are virtually reffed if their parents are refed.
extern bool_t tree_adjref(void);
extern bool_t tree_setattr(char *path);
extern bool_t tree_delorph(void);
extern bool_t tree_subtree_inter(void);
extern bool_t tree_extattr(bool_t (*cbfunc)(char *path, dah_t dah),
char *path);
/* does a depthwise bottom-up traversal of the tree, calling
* the supplied callback for all directories with a non-NULL dirattr
* handle. The callback will get called with the directory's pathname
* and it dirattr handle. the traversal will be aborted if the
* callback returns FALSE. returns FALSE if operator requests
* an interrupt.
#endif /* TREE_H */