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/*
* INET An implementation of the TCP/IP protocol suite for the LINUX
* operating system. INET is implemented using the BSD Socket
* interface as the means of communication with the user level.
*
* Implementation of the Transmission Control Protocol(TCP).
*
* Authors: Ross Biro
* Fred N. van Kempen, <waltje@uWalt.NL.Mugnet.ORG>
* Mark Evans, <evansmp@uhura.aston.ac.uk>
* Corey Minyard <wf-rch!minyard@relay.EU.net>
* Florian La Roche, <flla@stud.uni-sb.de>
* Charles Hedrick, <hedrick@klinzhai.rutgers.edu>
* Linus Torvalds, <torvalds@cs.helsinki.fi>
* Alan Cox, <gw4pts@gw4pts.ampr.org>
* Matthew Dillon, <dillon@apollo.west.oic.com>
* Arnt Gulbrandsen, <agulbra@nvg.unit.no>
* Jorge Cwik, <jorge@laser.satlink.net>
*/
/*
* Changes:
* Pedro Roque : Fast Retransmit/Recovery.
* Two receive queues.
* Retransmit queue handled by TCP.
* Better retransmit timer handling.
* New congestion avoidance.
* Header prediction.
* Variable renaming.
*
* Eric : Fast Retransmit.
* Randy Scott : MSS option defines.
* Eric Schenk : Fixes to slow start algorithm.
* Eric Schenk : Yet another double ACK bug.
* Eric Schenk : Delayed ACK bug fixes.
* Eric Schenk : Floyd style fast retrans war avoidance.
* David S. Miller : Don't allow zero congestion window.
* Eric Schenk : Fix retransmitter so that it sends
* next packet on ack of previous packet.
* Andi Kleen : Moved open_request checking here
* and process RSTs for open_requests.
* Andi Kleen : Better prune_queue, and other fixes.
* Andrey Savochkin: Fix RTT measurements in the presence of
* timestamps.
* Andrey Savochkin: Check sequence numbers correctly when
* removing SACKs due to in sequence incoming
* data segments.
* Andi Kleen: Make sure we never ack data there is not
* enough room for. Also make this condition
* a fatal error if it might still happen.
* Andi Kleen: Add tcp_measure_rcv_mss to make
* connections with MSS<min(MTU,ann. MSS)
* work without delayed acks.
* Andi Kleen: Process packets with PSH set in the
* fast path.
* J Hadi Salim: ECN support
* Andrei Gurtov,
* Pasi Sarolahti,
* Panu Kuhlberg: Experimental audit of TCP (re)transmission
* engine. Lots of bugs are found.
* Pasi Sarolahti: F-RTO for dealing with spurious RTOs
*/
#include <linux/mm.h>
#include <linux/slab.h>
#include <linux/module.h>
#include <linux/sysctl.h>
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <net/dst.h>
#include <net/tcp.h>
#include <net/inet_common.h>
#include <linux/ipsec.h>
#include <asm/unaligned.h>
#include <net/netdma.h>
int sysctl_tcp_timestamps __read_mostly = 1;
int sysctl_tcp_window_scaling __read_mostly = 1;
int sysctl_tcp_sack __read_mostly = 1;
int sysctl_tcp_fack __read_mostly = 1;
int sysctl_tcp_reordering __read_mostly = TCP_FASTRETRANS_THRESH;
EXPORT_SYMBOL(sysctl_tcp_reordering);
int sysctl_tcp_ecn __read_mostly = 2;
EXPORT_SYMBOL(sysctl_tcp_ecn);
int sysctl_tcp_dsack __read_mostly = 1;
int sysctl_tcp_app_win __read_mostly = 31;
int sysctl_tcp_adv_win_scale __read_mostly = 2;
EXPORT_SYMBOL(sysctl_tcp_adv_win_scale);
int sysctl_tcp_stdurg __read_mostly;
int sysctl_tcp_rfc1337 __read_mostly;
int sysctl_tcp_max_orphans __read_mostly = NR_FILE;
int sysctl_tcp_frto __read_mostly = 2;
int sysctl_tcp_frto_response __read_mostly;
int sysctl_tcp_nometrics_save __read_mostly;
int sysctl_tcp_thin_dupack __read_mostly;
int sysctl_tcp_moderate_rcvbuf __read_mostly = 1;
int sysctl_tcp_abc __read_mostly;
#define FLAG_DATA 0x01 /* Incoming frame contained data. */
#define FLAG_WIN_UPDATE 0x02 /* Incoming ACK was a window update. */
#define FLAG_DATA_ACKED 0x04 /* This ACK acknowledged new data. */
#define FLAG_RETRANS_DATA_ACKED 0x08 /* "" "" some of which was retransmitted. */
#define FLAG_SYN_ACKED 0x10 /* This ACK acknowledged SYN. */
#define FLAG_DATA_SACKED 0x20 /* New SACK. */
#define FLAG_ECE 0x40 /* ECE in this ACK */
#define FLAG_DATA_LOST 0x80 /* SACK detected data lossage. */
#define FLAG_SLOWPATH 0x100 /* Do not skip RFC checks for window update.*/
#define FLAG_ONLY_ORIG_SACKED 0x200 /* SACKs only non-rexmit sent before RTO */
#define FLAG_SND_UNA_ADVANCED 0x400 /* Snd_una was changed (!= FLAG_DATA_ACKED) */
#define FLAG_DSACKING_ACK 0x800 /* SACK blocks contained D-SACK info */
#define FLAG_NONHEAD_RETRANS_ACKED 0x1000 /* Non-head rexmitted data was ACKed */
#define FLAG_SACK_RENEGING 0x2000 /* snd_una advanced to a sacked seq */
#define FLAG_ACKED (FLAG_DATA_ACKED|FLAG_SYN_ACKED)
#define FLAG_NOT_DUP (FLAG_DATA|FLAG_WIN_UPDATE|FLAG_ACKED)
#define FLAG_CA_ALERT (FLAG_DATA_SACKED|FLAG_ECE)
#define FLAG_FORWARD_PROGRESS (FLAG_ACKED|FLAG_DATA_SACKED)
#define FLAG_ANY_PROGRESS (FLAG_FORWARD_PROGRESS|FLAG_SND_UNA_ADVANCED)
#define TCP_REMNANT (TCP_FLAG_FIN|TCP_FLAG_URG|TCP_FLAG_SYN|TCP_FLAG_PSH)
#define TCP_HP_BITS (~(TCP_RESERVED_BITS|TCP_FLAG_PSH))
/* Adapt the MSS value used to make delayed ack decision to the
* real world.
*/
static void tcp_measure_rcv_mss(struct sock *sk, const struct sk_buff *skb)
{
struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
const unsigned int lss = icsk->icsk_ack.last_seg_size;
unsigned int len;
icsk->icsk_ack.last_seg_size = 0;
/* skb->len may jitter because of SACKs, even if peer
* sends good full-sized frames.
*/
len = skb_shinfo(skb)->gso_size ? : skb->len;
if (len >= icsk->icsk_ack.rcv_mss) {
icsk->icsk_ack.rcv_mss = len;
} else {
/* Otherwise, we make more careful check taking into account,
* that SACKs block is variable.
*
* "len" is invariant segment length, including TCP header.
*/
len += skb->data - skb_transport_header(skb);
if (len >= TCP_MSS_DEFAULT + sizeof(struct tcphdr) ||
/* If PSH is not set, packet should be
* full sized, provided peer TCP is not badly broken.
* This observation (if it is correct 8)) allows
* to handle super-low mtu links fairly.
*/
(len >= TCP_MIN_MSS + sizeof(struct tcphdr) &&
!(tcp_flag_word(tcp_hdr(skb)) & TCP_REMNANT))) {
/* Subtract also invariant (if peer is RFC compliant),
* tcp header plus fixed timestamp option length.
* Resulting "len" is MSS free of SACK jitter.
*/
len -= tcp_sk(sk)->tcp_header_len;
icsk->icsk_ack.last_seg_size = len;
if (len == lss) {
icsk->icsk_ack.rcv_mss = len;
return;
}
}
if (icsk->icsk_ack.pending & ICSK_ACK_PUSHED)
icsk->icsk_ack.pending |= ICSK_ACK_PUSHED2;
icsk->icsk_ack.pending |= ICSK_ACK_PUSHED;
}
}
static void tcp_incr_quickack(struct sock *sk)
{
struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
unsigned quickacks = tcp_sk(sk)->rcv_wnd / (2 * icsk->icsk_ack.rcv_mss);
if (quickacks == 0)
quickacks = 2;
if (quickacks > icsk->icsk_ack.quick)
icsk->icsk_ack.quick = min(quickacks, TCP_MAX_QUICKACKS);
}
static void tcp_enter_quickack_mode(struct sock *sk)
{
struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
tcp_incr_quickack(sk);
icsk->icsk_ack.pingpong = 0;
icsk->icsk_ack.ato = TCP_ATO_MIN;
}
/* Send ACKs quickly, if "quick" count is not exhausted
* and the session is not interactive.
*/
static inline int tcp_in_quickack_mode(const struct sock *sk)
{
const struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
return icsk->icsk_ack.quick && !icsk->icsk_ack.pingpong;
}
static inline void TCP_ECN_queue_cwr(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
if (tp->ecn_flags & TCP_ECN_OK)
tp->ecn_flags |= TCP_ECN_QUEUE_CWR;
}
static inline void TCP_ECN_accept_cwr(struct tcp_sock *tp, struct sk_buff *skb)
{
if (tcp_hdr(skb)->cwr)
tp->ecn_flags &= ~TCP_ECN_DEMAND_CWR;
}
static inline void TCP_ECN_withdraw_cwr(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
tp->ecn_flags &= ~TCP_ECN_DEMAND_CWR;
}
static inline void TCP_ECN_check_ce(struct tcp_sock *tp, struct sk_buff *skb)
{
if (tp->ecn_flags & TCP_ECN_OK) {
if (INET_ECN_is_ce(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->flags))
tp->ecn_flags |= TCP_ECN_DEMAND_CWR;
/* Funny extension: if ECT is not set on a segment,
* it is surely retransmit. It is not in ECN RFC,
* but Linux follows this rule. */
else if (INET_ECN_is_not_ect((TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->flags)))
tcp_enter_quickack_mode((struct sock *)tp);
}
}
static inline void TCP_ECN_rcv_synack(struct tcp_sock *tp, struct tcphdr *th)
{
if ((tp->ecn_flags & TCP_ECN_OK) && (!th->ece || th->cwr))
tp->ecn_flags &= ~TCP_ECN_OK;
}
static inline void TCP_ECN_rcv_syn(struct tcp_sock *tp, struct tcphdr *th)
{
if ((tp->ecn_flags & TCP_ECN_OK) && (!th->ece || !th->cwr))
tp->ecn_flags &= ~TCP_ECN_OK;
}
static inline int TCP_ECN_rcv_ecn_echo(struct tcp_sock *tp, struct tcphdr *th)
{
if (th->ece && !th->syn && (tp->ecn_flags & TCP_ECN_OK))
return 1;
return 0;
}
/* Buffer size and advertised window tuning.
*
* 1. Tuning sk->sk_sndbuf, when connection enters established state.
*/
static void tcp_fixup_sndbuf(struct sock *sk)
{
int sndmem = tcp_sk(sk)->rx_opt.mss_clamp + MAX_TCP_HEADER + 16 +
sizeof(struct sk_buff);
if (sk->sk_sndbuf < 3 * sndmem) {
sk->sk_sndbuf = 3 * sndmem;
if (sk->sk_sndbuf > sysctl_tcp_wmem[2])
sk->sk_sndbuf = sysctl_tcp_wmem[2];
}
}
/* 2. Tuning advertised window (window_clamp, rcv_ssthresh)
*
* All tcp_full_space() is split to two parts: "network" buffer, allocated
* forward and advertised in receiver window (tp->rcv_wnd) and
* "application buffer", required to isolate scheduling/application
* latencies from network.
* window_clamp is maximal advertised window. It can be less than
* tcp_full_space(), in this case tcp_full_space() - window_clamp
* is reserved for "application" buffer. The less window_clamp is
* the smoother our behaviour from viewpoint of network, but the lower
* throughput and the higher sensitivity of the connection to losses. 8)
*
* rcv_ssthresh is more strict window_clamp used at "slow start"
* phase to predict further behaviour of this connection.
* It is used for two goals:
* - to enforce header prediction at sender, even when application
* requires some significant "application buffer". It is check #1.
* - to prevent pruning of receive queue because of misprediction
* of receiver window. Check #2.
*
* The scheme does not work when sender sends good segments opening
* window and then starts to feed us spaghetti. But it should work
* in common situations. Otherwise, we have to rely on queue collapsing.
*/
/* Slow part of check#2. */
static int __tcp_grow_window(const struct sock *sk, const struct sk_buff *skb)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
/* Optimize this! */
int truesize = tcp_win_from_space(skb->truesize) >> 1;
int window = tcp_win_from_space(sysctl_tcp_rmem[2]) >> 1;
while (tp->rcv_ssthresh <= window) {
if (truesize <= skb->len)
return 2 * inet_csk(sk)->icsk_ack.rcv_mss;
truesize >>= 1;
window >>= 1;
}
return 0;
}
static void tcp_grow_window(struct sock *sk, struct sk_buff *skb)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
/* Check #1 */
if (tp->rcv_ssthresh < tp->window_clamp &&
(int)tp->rcv_ssthresh < tcp_space(sk) &&
!tcp_memory_pressure) {
int incr;
/* Check #2. Increase window, if skb with such overhead
* will fit to rcvbuf in future.
*/
if (tcp_win_from_space(skb->truesize) <= skb->len)
incr = 2 * tp->advmss;
else
incr = __tcp_grow_window(sk, skb);
if (incr) {
tp->rcv_ssthresh = min(tp->rcv_ssthresh + incr,
tp->window_clamp);
inet_csk(sk)->icsk_ack.quick |= 1;
}
}
}
/* 3. Tuning rcvbuf, when connection enters established state. */
static void tcp_fixup_rcvbuf(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
int rcvmem = tp->advmss + MAX_TCP_HEADER + 16 + sizeof(struct sk_buff);
/* Try to select rcvbuf so that 4 mss-sized segments
* will fit to window and corresponding skbs will fit to our rcvbuf.
* (was 3; 4 is minimum to allow fast retransmit to work.)
*/
while (tcp_win_from_space(rcvmem) < tp->advmss)
rcvmem += 128;
if (sk->sk_rcvbuf < 4 * rcvmem)
sk->sk_rcvbuf = min(4 * rcvmem, sysctl_tcp_rmem[2]);
}
/* 4. Try to fixup all. It is made immediately after connection enters
* established state.
*/
static void tcp_init_buffer_space(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
int maxwin;
if (!(sk->sk_userlocks & SOCK_RCVBUF_LOCK))
tcp_fixup_rcvbuf(sk);
if (!(sk->sk_userlocks & SOCK_SNDBUF_LOCK))
tcp_fixup_sndbuf(sk);
tp->rcvq_space.space = tp->rcv_wnd;
maxwin = tcp_full_space(sk);
if (tp->window_clamp >= maxwin) {
tp->window_clamp = maxwin;
if (sysctl_tcp_app_win && maxwin > 4 * tp->advmss)
tp->window_clamp = max(maxwin -
(maxwin >> sysctl_tcp_app_win),
4 * tp->advmss);
}
/* Force reservation of one segment. */
if (sysctl_tcp_app_win &&
tp->window_clamp > 2 * tp->advmss &&
tp->window_clamp + tp->advmss > maxwin)
tp->window_clamp = max(2 * tp->advmss, maxwin - tp->advmss);
tp->rcv_ssthresh = min(tp->rcv_ssthresh, tp->window_clamp);
tp->snd_cwnd_stamp = tcp_time_stamp;
}
/* 5. Recalculate window clamp after socket hit its memory bounds. */
static void tcp_clamp_window(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
icsk->icsk_ack.quick = 0;
if (sk->sk_rcvbuf < sysctl_tcp_rmem[2] &&
!(sk->sk_userlocks & SOCK_RCVBUF_LOCK) &&
!tcp_memory_pressure &&
atomic_long_read(&tcp_memory_allocated) < sysctl_tcp_mem[0]) {
sk->sk_rcvbuf = min(atomic_read(&sk->sk_rmem_alloc),
sysctl_tcp_rmem[2]);
}
if (atomic_read(&sk->sk_rmem_alloc) > sk->sk_rcvbuf)
tp->rcv_ssthresh = min(tp->window_clamp, 2U * tp->advmss);
}
/* Initialize RCV_MSS value.
* RCV_MSS is an our guess about MSS used by the peer.
* We haven't any direct information about the MSS.
* It's better to underestimate the RCV_MSS rather than overestimate.
* Overestimations make us ACKing less frequently than needed.
* Underestimations are more easy to detect and fix by tcp_measure_rcv_mss().
*/
void tcp_initialize_rcv_mss(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
unsigned int hint = min_t(unsigned int, tp->advmss, tp->mss_cache);
hint = min(hint, tp->rcv_wnd / 2);
hint = min(hint, TCP_MSS_DEFAULT);
hint = max(hint, TCP_MIN_MSS);
inet_csk(sk)->icsk_ack.rcv_mss = hint;
}
EXPORT_SYMBOL(tcp_initialize_rcv_mss);
/* Receiver "autotuning" code.
*
* The algorithm for RTT estimation w/o timestamps is based on
* Dynamic Right-Sizing (DRS) by Wu Feng and Mike Fisk of LANL.
* <http://public.lanl.gov/radiant/pubs.html#DRS>
*
* More detail on this code can be found at
* <http://staff.psc.edu/jheffner/>,
* though this reference is out of date. A new paper
* is pending.
*/
static void tcp_rcv_rtt_update(struct tcp_sock *tp, u32 sample, int win_dep)
{
u32 new_sample = tp->rcv_rtt_est.rtt;
long m = sample;
if (m == 0)
m = 1;
if (new_sample != 0) {
/* If we sample in larger samples in the non-timestamp
* case, we could grossly overestimate the RTT especially
* with chatty applications or bulk transfer apps which
* are stalled on filesystem I/O.
*
* Also, since we are only going for a minimum in the
* non-timestamp case, we do not smooth things out
* else with timestamps disabled convergence takes too
* long.
*/
if (!win_dep) {
m -= (new_sample >> 3);
new_sample += m;
} else if (m < new_sample)
new_sample = m << 3;
} else {
/* No previous measure. */
new_sample = m << 3;
}
if (tp->rcv_rtt_est.rtt != new_sample)
tp->rcv_rtt_est.rtt = new_sample;
}
static inline void tcp_rcv_rtt_measure(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
if (tp->rcv_rtt_est.time == 0)
goto new_measure;
if (before(tp->rcv_nxt, tp->rcv_rtt_est.seq))
return;
tcp_rcv_rtt_update(tp, jiffies - tp->rcv_rtt_est.time, 1);
new_measure:
tp->rcv_rtt_est.seq = tp->rcv_nxt + tp->rcv_wnd;
tp->rcv_rtt_est.time = tcp_time_stamp;
}
static inline void tcp_rcv_rtt_measure_ts(struct sock *sk,
const struct sk_buff *skb)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
if (tp->rx_opt.rcv_tsecr &&
(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq -
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq >= inet_csk(sk)->icsk_ack.rcv_mss))
tcp_rcv_rtt_update(tp, tcp_time_stamp - tp->rx_opt.rcv_tsecr, 0);
}
/*
* This function should be called every time data is copied to user space.
* It calculates the appropriate TCP receive buffer space.
*/
void tcp_rcv_space_adjust(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
int time;
int space;
if (tp->rcvq_space.time == 0)
goto new_measure;
time = tcp_time_stamp - tp->rcvq_space.time;
if (time < (tp->rcv_rtt_est.rtt >> 3) || tp->rcv_rtt_est.rtt == 0)
return;
space = 2 * (tp->copied_seq - tp->rcvq_space.seq);
space = max(tp->rcvq_space.space, space);
if (tp->rcvq_space.space != space) {
int rcvmem;
tp->rcvq_space.space = space;
if (sysctl_tcp_moderate_rcvbuf &&
!(sk->sk_userlocks & SOCK_RCVBUF_LOCK)) {
int new_clamp = space;
/* Receive space grows, normalize in order to
* take into account packet headers and sk_buff
* structure overhead.
*/
space /= tp->advmss;
if (!space)
space = 1;
rcvmem = (tp->advmss + MAX_TCP_HEADER +
16 + sizeof(struct sk_buff));
while (tcp_win_from_space(rcvmem) < tp->advmss)
rcvmem += 128;
space *= rcvmem;
space = min(space, sysctl_tcp_rmem[2]);
if (space > sk->sk_rcvbuf) {
sk->sk_rcvbuf = space;
/* Make the window clamp follow along. */
tp->window_clamp = new_clamp;
}
}
}
new_measure:
tp->rcvq_space.seq = tp->copied_seq;
tp->rcvq_space.time = tcp_time_stamp;
}
/* There is something which you must keep in mind when you analyze the
* behavior of the tp->ato delayed ack timeout interval. When a
* connection starts up, we want to ack as quickly as possible. The
* problem is that "good" TCP's do slow start at the beginning of data
* transmission. The means that until we send the first few ACK's the
* sender will sit on his end and only queue most of his data, because
* he can only send snd_cwnd unacked packets at any given time. For
* each ACK we send, he increments snd_cwnd and transmits more of his
* queue. -DaveM
*/
static void tcp_event_data_recv(struct sock *sk, struct sk_buff *skb)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
u32 now;
inet_csk_schedule_ack(sk);
tcp_measure_rcv_mss(sk, skb);
tcp_rcv_rtt_measure(tp);
now = tcp_time_stamp;
if (!icsk->icsk_ack.ato) {
/* The _first_ data packet received, initialize
* delayed ACK engine.
*/
tcp_incr_quickack(sk);
icsk->icsk_ack.ato = TCP_ATO_MIN;
} else {
int m = now - icsk->icsk_ack.lrcvtime;
if (m <= TCP_ATO_MIN / 2) {
/* The fastest case is the first. */
icsk->icsk_ack.ato = (icsk->icsk_ack.ato >> 1) + TCP_ATO_MIN / 2;
} else if (m < icsk->icsk_ack.ato) {
icsk->icsk_ack.ato = (icsk->icsk_ack.ato >> 1) + m;
if (icsk->icsk_ack.ato > icsk->icsk_rto)
icsk->icsk_ack.ato = icsk->icsk_rto;
} else if (m > icsk->icsk_rto) {
/* Too long gap. Apparently sender failed to
* restart window, so that we send ACKs quickly.
*/
tcp_incr_quickack(sk);
sk_mem_reclaim(sk);
}
}
icsk->icsk_ack.lrcvtime = now;
TCP_ECN_check_ce(tp, skb);
if (skb->len >= 128)
tcp_grow_window(sk, skb);
}
/* Called to compute a smoothed rtt estimate. The data fed to this
* routine either comes from timestamps, or from segments that were
* known _not_ to have been retransmitted [see Karn/Partridge
* Proceedings SIGCOMM 87]. The algorithm is from the SIGCOMM 88
* piece by Van Jacobson.
* NOTE: the next three routines used to be one big routine.
* To save cycles in the RFC 1323 implementation it was better to break
* it up into three procedures. -- erics
*/
static void tcp_rtt_estimator(struct sock *sk, const __u32 mrtt)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
long m = mrtt; /* RTT */
/* The following amusing code comes from Jacobson's
* article in SIGCOMM '88. Note that rtt and mdev
* are scaled versions of rtt and mean deviation.
* This is designed to be as fast as possible
* m stands for "measurement".
*
* On a 1990 paper the rto value is changed to:
* RTO = rtt + 4 * mdev
*
* Funny. This algorithm seems to be very broken.
* These formulae increase RTO, when it should be decreased, increase
* too slowly, when it should be increased quickly, decrease too quickly
* etc. I guess in BSD RTO takes ONE value, so that it is absolutely
* does not matter how to _calculate_ it. Seems, it was trap
* that VJ failed to avoid. 8)
*/
if (m == 0)
m = 1;
if (tp->srtt != 0) {
m -= (tp->srtt >> 3); /* m is now error in rtt est */
tp->srtt += m; /* rtt = 7/8 rtt + 1/8 new */
if (m < 0) {
m = -m; /* m is now abs(error) */
m -= (tp->mdev >> 2); /* similar update on mdev */
/* This is similar to one of Eifel findings.
* Eifel blocks mdev updates when rtt decreases.
* This solution is a bit different: we use finer gain
* for mdev in this case (alpha*beta).
* Like Eifel it also prevents growth of rto,
* but also it limits too fast rto decreases,
* happening in pure Eifel.
*/
if (m > 0)
m >>= 3;
} else {
m -= (tp->mdev >> 2); /* similar update on mdev */
}
tp->mdev += m; /* mdev = 3/4 mdev + 1/4 new */
if (tp->mdev > tp->mdev_max) {
tp->mdev_max = tp->mdev;
if (tp->mdev_max > tp->rttvar)
tp->rttvar = tp->mdev_max;
}
if (after(tp->snd_una, tp->rtt_seq)) {
if (tp->mdev_max < tp->rttvar)
tp->rttvar -= (tp->rttvar - tp->mdev_max) >> 2;
tp->rtt_seq = tp->snd_nxt;
tp->mdev_max = tcp_rto_min(sk);
}
} else {
/* no previous measure. */
tp->srtt = m << 3; /* take the measured time to be rtt */
tp->mdev = m << 1; /* make sure rto = 3*rtt */
tp->mdev_max = tp->rttvar = max(tp->mdev, tcp_rto_min(sk));
tp->rtt_seq = tp->snd_nxt;
}
}
/* Calculate rto without backoff. This is the second half of Van Jacobson's
* routine referred to above.
*/
static inline void tcp_set_rto(struct sock *sk)
{
const struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
/* Old crap is replaced with new one. 8)
*
* More seriously:
* 1. If rtt variance happened to be less 50msec, it is hallucination.
* It cannot be less due to utterly erratic ACK generation made
* at least by solaris and freebsd. "Erratic ACKs" has _nothing_
* to do with delayed acks, because at cwnd>2 true delack timeout
* is invisible. Actually, Linux-2.4 also generates erratic
* ACKs in some circumstances.
*/
inet_csk(sk)->icsk_rto = __tcp_set_rto(tp);
/* 2. Fixups made earlier cannot be right.
* If we do not estimate RTO correctly without them,
* all the algo is pure shit and should be replaced
* with correct one. It is exactly, which we pretend to do.
*/
/* NOTE: clamping at TCP_RTO_MIN is not required, current algo
* guarantees that rto is higher.
*/
tcp_bound_rto(sk);
}
/* Save metrics learned by this TCP session.
This function is called only, when TCP finishes successfully
i.e. when it enters TIME-WAIT or goes from LAST-ACK to CLOSE.
*/
void tcp_update_metrics(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct dst_entry *dst = __sk_dst_get(sk);
if (sysctl_tcp_nometrics_save)
return;
dst_confirm(dst);
if (dst && (dst->flags & DST_HOST)) {
const struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
int m;
unsigned long rtt;
if (icsk->icsk_backoff || !tp->srtt) {
/* This session failed to estimate rtt. Why?
* Probably, no packets returned in time.
* Reset our results.
*/
if (!(dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_RTT)))
dst_metric_set(dst, RTAX_RTT, 0);
return;
}
rtt = dst_metric_rtt(dst, RTAX_RTT);
m = rtt - tp->srtt;
/* If newly calculated rtt larger than stored one,
* store new one. Otherwise, use EWMA. Remember,
* rtt overestimation is always better than underestimation.
*/
if (!(dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_RTT))) {
if (m <= 0)
set_dst_metric_rtt(dst, RTAX_RTT, tp->srtt);
else
set_dst_metric_rtt(dst, RTAX_RTT, rtt - (m >> 3));
}
if (!(dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_RTTVAR))) {
unsigned long var;
if (m < 0)
m = -m;
/* Scale deviation to rttvar fixed point */
m >>= 1;
if (m < tp->mdev)
m = tp->mdev;
var = dst_metric_rtt(dst, RTAX_RTTVAR);
if (m >= var)
var = m;
else
var -= (var - m) >> 2;
set_dst_metric_rtt(dst, RTAX_RTTVAR, var);
}
if (tcp_in_initial_slowstart(tp)) {
/* Slow start still did not finish. */
if (dst_metric(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH) &&
!dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH) &&
(tp->snd_cwnd >> 1) > dst_metric(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH))
dst_metric_set(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH, tp->snd_cwnd >> 1);
if (!dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_CWND) &&
tp->snd_cwnd > dst_metric(dst, RTAX_CWND))
dst_metric_set(dst, RTAX_CWND, tp->snd_cwnd);
} else if (tp->snd_cwnd > tp->snd_ssthresh &&
icsk->icsk_ca_state == TCP_CA_Open) {
/* Cong. avoidance phase, cwnd is reliable. */
if (!dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH))
dst_metric_set(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH,
max(tp->snd_cwnd >> 1, tp->snd_ssthresh));
if (!dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_CWND))
dst_metric_set(dst, RTAX_CWND,
(dst_metric(dst, RTAX_CWND) +
tp->snd_cwnd) >> 1);
} else {
/* Else slow start did not finish, cwnd is non-sense,
ssthresh may be also invalid.
*/
if (!dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_CWND))
dst_metric_set(dst, RTAX_CWND,
(dst_metric(dst, RTAX_CWND) +
tp->snd_ssthresh) >> 1);
if (dst_metric(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH) &&
!dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH) &&
tp->snd_ssthresh > dst_metric(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH))
dst_metric_set(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH, tp->snd_ssthresh);
}
if (!dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_REORDERING)) {
if (dst_metric(dst, RTAX_REORDERING) < tp->reordering &&
tp->reordering != sysctl_tcp_reordering)
dst_metric_set(dst, RTAX_REORDERING, tp->reordering);
}
}
}
__u32 tcp_init_cwnd(struct tcp_sock *tp, struct dst_entry *dst)
{
__u32 cwnd = (dst ? dst_metric(dst, RTAX_INITCWND) : 0);
if (!cwnd)
cwnd = TCP_INIT_CWND;
return min_t(__u32, cwnd, tp->snd_cwnd_clamp);
}
/* Set slow start threshold and cwnd not falling to slow start */
void tcp_enter_cwr(struct sock *sk, const int set_ssthresh)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
const struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
tp->prior_ssthresh = 0;
tp->bytes_acked = 0;
if (icsk->icsk_ca_state < TCP_CA_CWR) {
tp->undo_marker = 0;
if (set_ssthresh)
tp->snd_ssthresh = icsk->icsk_ca_ops->ssthresh(sk);
tp->snd_cwnd = min(tp->snd_cwnd,
tcp_packets_in_flight(tp) + 1U);
tp->snd_cwnd_cnt = 0;
tp->high_seq = tp->snd_nxt;
tp->snd_cwnd_stamp = tcp_time_stamp;
TCP_ECN_queue_cwr(tp);
tcp_set_ca_state(sk, TCP_CA_CWR);
}
}
/*
* Packet counting of FACK is based on in-order assumptions, therefore TCP
* disables it when reordering is detected
*/
static void tcp_disable_fack(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
/* RFC3517 uses different metric in lost marker => reset on change */
if (tcp_is_fack(tp))
tp->lost_skb_hint = NULL;
tp->rx_opt.sack_ok &= ~2;
}
/* Take a notice that peer is sending D-SACKs */
static void tcp_dsack_seen(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
tp->rx_opt.sack_ok |= 4;
}
/* Initialize metrics on socket. */
static void tcp_init_metrics(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct dst_entry *dst = __sk_dst_get(sk);
if (dst == NULL)
goto reset;
dst_confirm(dst);
if (dst_metric_locked(dst, RTAX_CWND))
tp->snd_cwnd_clamp = dst_metric(dst, RTAX_CWND);
if (dst_metric(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH)) {
tp->snd_ssthresh = dst_metric(dst, RTAX_SSTHRESH);
if (tp->snd_ssthresh > tp->snd_cwnd_clamp)
tp->snd_ssthresh = tp->snd_cwnd_clamp;
} else {
/* ssthresh may have been reduced unnecessarily during.
* 3WHS. Restore it back to its initial default.
*/
tp->snd_ssthresh = TCP_INFINITE_SSTHRESH;
}
if (dst_metric(dst, RTAX_REORDERING) &&
tp->reordering != dst_metric(dst, RTAX_REORDERING)) {
tcp_disable_fack(tp);
tp->reordering = dst_metric(dst, RTAX_REORDERING);
}
if (dst_metric(dst, RTAX_RTT) == 0 || tp->srtt == 0)
goto reset;
/* Initial rtt is determined from SYN,SYN-ACK.
* The segment is small and rtt may appear much
* less than real one. Use per-dst memory
* to make it more realistic.
*
* A bit of theory. RTT is time passed after "normal" sized packet
* is sent until it is ACKed. In normal circumstances sending small
* packets force peer to delay ACKs and calculation is correct too.
* The algorithm is adaptive and, provided we follow specs, it
* NEVER underestimate RTT. BUT! If peer tries to make some clever
* tricks sort of "quick acks" for time long enough to decrease RTT
* to low value, and then abruptly stops to do it and starts to delay
* ACKs, wait for troubles.
*/
if (dst_metric_rtt(dst, RTAX_RTT) > tp->srtt) {
tp->srtt = dst_metric_rtt(dst, RTAX_RTT);
tp->rtt_seq = tp->snd_nxt;
}
if (dst_metric_rtt(dst, RTAX_RTTVAR) > tp->mdev) {
tp->mdev = dst_metric_rtt(dst, RTAX_RTTVAR);
tp->mdev_max = tp->rttvar = max(tp->mdev, tcp_rto_min(sk));
}
tcp_set_rto(sk);
reset:
if (tp->srtt == 0) {
/* RFC2988bis: We've failed to get a valid RTT sample from
* 3WHS. This is most likely due to retransmission,
* including spurious one. Reset the RTO back to 3secs
* from the more aggressive 1sec to avoid more spurious
* retransmission.
*/
tp->mdev = tp->mdev_max = tp->rttvar = TCP_TIMEOUT_FALLBACK;
inet_csk(sk)->icsk_rto = TCP_TIMEOUT_FALLBACK;
}
/* Cut cwnd down to 1 per RFC5681 if SYN or SYN-ACK has been
* retransmitted. In light of RFC2988bis' more aggressive 1sec
* initRTO, we only reset cwnd when more than 1 SYN/SYN-ACK
* retransmission has occurred.
*/
if (tp->total_retrans > 1)
tp->snd_cwnd = 1;
else
tp->snd_cwnd = tcp_init_cwnd(tp, dst);
tp->snd_cwnd_stamp = tcp_time_stamp;
}
static void tcp_update_reordering(struct sock *sk, const int metric,
const int ts)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
if (metric > tp->reordering) {
int mib_idx;
tp->reordering = min(TCP_MAX_REORDERING, metric);
/* This exciting event is worth to be remembered. 8) */
if (ts)
mib_idx = LINUX_MIB_TCPTSREORDER;
else if (tcp_is_reno(tp))
mib_idx = LINUX_MIB_TCPRENOREORDER;
else if (tcp_is_fack(tp))
mib_idx = LINUX_MIB_TCPFACKREORDER;
else
mib_idx = LINUX_MIB_TCPSACKREORDER;
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), mib_idx);
#if FASTRETRANS_DEBUG > 1
printk(KERN_DEBUG "Disorder%d %d %u f%u s%u rr%d\n",
tp->rx_opt.sack_ok, inet_csk(sk)->icsk_ca_state,
tp->reordering,
tp->fackets_out,
tp->sacked_out,
tp->undo_marker ? tp->undo_retrans : 0);
#endif
tcp_disable_fack(tp);
}
}
/* This must be called before lost_out is incremented */
static void tcp_verify_retransmit_hint(struct tcp_sock *tp, struct sk_buff *skb)
{
if ((tp->retransmit_skb_hint == NULL) ||
before(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq,
TCP_SKB_CB(tp->retransmit_skb_hint)->seq))
tp->retransmit_skb_hint = skb;
if (!tp->lost_out ||
after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, tp->retransmit_high))
tp->retransmit_high = TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq;
}
static void tcp_skb_mark_lost(struct tcp_sock *tp, struct sk_buff *skb)
{
if (!(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & (TCPCB_LOST|TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED))) {
tcp_verify_retransmit_hint(tp, skb);
tp->lost_out += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked |= TCPCB_LOST;
}
}
static void tcp_skb_mark_lost_uncond_verify(struct tcp_sock *tp,
struct sk_buff *skb)
{
tcp_verify_retransmit_hint(tp, skb);
if (!(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & (TCPCB_LOST|TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED))) {
tp->lost_out += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked |= TCPCB_LOST;
}
}
/* This procedure tags the retransmission queue when SACKs arrive.
*
* We have three tag bits: SACKED(S), RETRANS(R) and LOST(L).
* Packets in queue with these bits set are counted in variables
* sacked_out, retrans_out and lost_out, correspondingly.
*
* Valid combinations are:
* Tag InFlight Description
* 0 1 - orig segment is in flight.
* S 0 - nothing flies, orig reached receiver.
* L 0 - nothing flies, orig lost by net.
* R 2 - both orig and retransmit are in flight.
* L|R 1 - orig is lost, retransmit is in flight.
* S|R 1 - orig reached receiver, retrans is still in flight.
* (L|S|R is logically valid, it could occur when L|R is sacked,
* but it is equivalent to plain S and code short-curcuits it to S.
* L|S is logically invalid, it would mean -1 packet in flight 8))
*
* These 6 states form finite state machine, controlled by the following events:
* 1. New ACK (+SACK) arrives. (tcp_sacktag_write_queue())
* 2. Retransmission. (tcp_retransmit_skb(), tcp_xmit_retransmit_queue())
* 3. Loss detection event of one of three flavors:
* A. Scoreboard estimator decided the packet is lost.
* A'. Reno "three dupacks" marks head of queue lost.
* A''. Its FACK modfication, head until snd.fack is lost.
* B. SACK arrives sacking data transmitted after never retransmitted
* hole was sent out.
* C. SACK arrives sacking SND.NXT at the moment, when the
* segment was retransmitted.
* 4. D-SACK added new rule: D-SACK changes any tag to S.
*
* It is pleasant to note, that state diagram turns out to be commutative,
* so that we are allowed not to be bothered by order of our actions,
* when multiple events arrive simultaneously. (see the function below).
*
* Reordering detection.
* --------------------
* Reordering metric is maximal distance, which a packet can be displaced
* in packet stream. With SACKs we can estimate it:
*
* 1. SACK fills old hole and the corresponding segment was not
* ever retransmitted -> reordering. Alas, we cannot use it
* when segment was retransmitted.
* 2. The last flaw is solved with D-SACK. D-SACK arrives
* for retransmitted and already SACKed segment -> reordering..
* Both of these heuristics are not used in Loss state, when we cannot
* account for retransmits accurately.
*
* SACK block validation.
* ----------------------
*
* SACK block range validation checks that the received SACK block fits to
* the expected sequence limits, i.e., it is between SND.UNA and SND.NXT.
* Note that SND.UNA is not included to the range though being valid because
* it means that the receiver is rather inconsistent with itself reporting
* SACK reneging when it should advance SND.UNA. Such SACK block this is
* perfectly valid, however, in light of RFC2018 which explicitly states
* that "SACK block MUST reflect the newest segment. Even if the newest
* segment is going to be discarded ...", not that it looks very clever
* in case of head skb. Due to potentional receiver driven attacks, we
* choose to avoid immediate execution of a walk in write queue due to
* reneging and defer head skb's loss recovery to standard loss recovery
* procedure that will eventually trigger (nothing forbids us doing this).
*
* Implements also blockage to start_seq wrap-around. Problem lies in the
* fact that though start_seq (s) is before end_seq (i.e., not reversed),
* there's no guarantee that it will be before snd_nxt (n). The problem
* happens when start_seq resides between end_seq wrap (e_w) and snd_nxt
* wrap (s_w):
*
* <- outs wnd -> <- wrapzone ->
* u e n u_w e_w s n_w
* | | | | | | |
* |<------------+------+----- TCP seqno space --------------+---------->|
* ...-- <2^31 ->| |<--------...
* ...---- >2^31 ------>| |<--------...
*
* Current code wouldn't be vulnerable but it's better still to discard such
* crazy SACK blocks. Doing this check for start_seq alone closes somewhat
* similar case (end_seq after snd_nxt wrap) as earlier reversed check in
* snd_nxt wrap -> snd_una region will then become "well defined", i.e.,
* equal to the ideal case (infinite seqno space without wrap caused issues).
*
* With D-SACK the lower bound is extended to cover sequence space below
* SND.UNA down to undo_marker, which is the last point of interest. Yet
* again, D-SACK block must not to go across snd_una (for the same reason as
* for the normal SACK blocks, explained above). But there all simplicity
* ends, TCP might receive valid D-SACKs below that. As long as they reside
* fully below undo_marker they do not affect behavior in anyway and can
* therefore be safely ignored. In rare cases (which are more or less
* theoretical ones), the D-SACK will nicely cross that boundary due to skb
* fragmentation and packet reordering past skb's retransmission. To consider
* them correctly, the acceptable range must be extended even more though
* the exact amount is rather hard to quantify. However, tp->max_window can
* be used as an exaggerated estimate.
*/
static int tcp_is_sackblock_valid(struct tcp_sock *tp, int is_dsack,
u32 start_seq, u32 end_seq)
{
/* Too far in future, or reversed (interpretation is ambiguous) */
if (after(end_seq, tp->snd_nxt) || !before(start_seq, end_seq))
return 0;
/* Nasty start_seq wrap-around check (see comments above) */
if (!before(start_seq, tp->snd_nxt))
return 0;
/* In outstanding window? ...This is valid exit for D-SACKs too.
* start_seq == snd_una is non-sensical (see comments above)
*/
if (after(start_seq, tp->snd_una))
return 1;
if (!is_dsack || !tp->undo_marker)
return 0;
/* ...Then it's D-SACK, and must reside below snd_una completely */
if (!after(end_seq, tp->snd_una))
return 0;
if (!before(start_seq, tp->undo_marker))
return 1;
/* Too old */
if (!after(end_seq, tp->undo_marker))
return 0;
/* Undo_marker boundary crossing (overestimates a lot). Known already:
* start_seq < undo_marker and end_seq >= undo_marker.
*/
return !before(start_seq, end_seq - tp->max_window);
}
/* Check for lost retransmit. This superb idea is borrowed from "ratehalving".
* Event "C". Later note: FACK people cheated me again 8), we have to account
* for reordering! Ugly, but should help.
*
* Search retransmitted skbs from write_queue that were sent when snd_nxt was
* less than what is now known to be received by the other end (derived from
* highest SACK block). Also calculate the lowest snd_nxt among the remaining
* retransmitted skbs to avoid some costly processing per ACKs.
*/
static void tcp_mark_lost_retrans(struct sock *sk)
{
const struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *skb;
int cnt = 0;
u32 new_low_seq = tp->snd_nxt;
u32 received_upto = tcp_highest_sack_seq(tp);
if (!tcp_is_fack(tp) || !tp->retrans_out ||
!after(received_upto, tp->lost_retrans_low) ||
icsk->icsk_ca_state != TCP_CA_Recovery)
return;
tcp_for_write_queue(skb, sk) {
u32 ack_seq = TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->ack_seq;
if (skb == tcp_send_head(sk))
break;
if (cnt == tp->retrans_out)
break;
if (!after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, tp->snd_una))
continue;
if (!(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS))
continue;
/* TODO: We would like to get rid of tcp_is_fack(tp) only
* constraint here (see above) but figuring out that at
* least tp->reordering SACK blocks reside between ack_seq
* and received_upto is not easy task to do cheaply with
* the available datastructures.
*
* Whether FACK should check here for tp->reordering segs
* in-between one could argue for either way (it would be
* rather simple to implement as we could count fack_count
* during the walk and do tp->fackets_out - fack_count).
*/
if (after(received_upto, ack_seq)) {
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked &= ~TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS;
tp->retrans_out -= tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
tcp_skb_mark_lost_uncond_verify(tp, skb);
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), LINUX_MIB_TCPLOSTRETRANSMIT);
} else {
if (before(ack_seq, new_low_seq))
new_low_seq = ack_seq;
cnt += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
}
}
if (tp->retrans_out)
tp->lost_retrans_low = new_low_seq;
}
static int tcp_check_dsack(struct sock *sk, struct sk_buff *ack_skb,
struct tcp_sack_block_wire *sp, int num_sacks,
u32 prior_snd_una)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
u32 start_seq_0 = get_unaligned_be32(&sp[0].start_seq);
u32 end_seq_0 = get_unaligned_be32(&sp[0].end_seq);
int dup_sack = 0;
if (before(start_seq_0, TCP_SKB_CB(ack_skb)->ack_seq)) {
dup_sack = 1;
tcp_dsack_seen(tp);
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), LINUX_MIB_TCPDSACKRECV);
} else if (num_sacks > 1) {
u32 end_seq_1 = get_unaligned_be32(&sp[1].end_seq);
u32 start_seq_1 = get_unaligned_be32(&sp[1].start_seq);
if (!after(end_seq_0, end_seq_1) &&
!before(start_seq_0, start_seq_1)) {
dup_sack = 1;
tcp_dsack_seen(tp);
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk),
LINUX_MIB_TCPDSACKOFORECV);
}
}
/* D-SACK for already forgotten data... Do dumb counting. */
if (dup_sack && tp->undo_marker && tp->undo_retrans &&
!after(end_seq_0, prior_snd_una) &&
after(end_seq_0, tp->undo_marker))
tp->undo_retrans--;
return dup_sack;
}
struct tcp_sacktag_state {
int reord;
int fack_count;
int flag;
};
/* Check if skb is fully within the SACK block. In presence of GSO skbs,
* the incoming SACK may not exactly match but we can find smaller MSS
* aligned portion of it that matches. Therefore we might need to fragment
* which may fail and creates some hassle (caller must handle error case
* returns).
*
* FIXME: this could be merged to shift decision code
*/
static int tcp_match_skb_to_sack(struct sock *sk, struct sk_buff *skb,
u32 start_seq, u32 end_seq)
{
int in_sack, err;
unsigned int pkt_len;
unsigned int mss;
in_sack = !after(start_seq, TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq) &&
!before(end_seq, TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq);
if (tcp_skb_pcount(skb) > 1 && !in_sack &&
after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, start_seq)) {
mss = tcp_skb_mss(skb);
in_sack = !after(start_seq, TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq);
if (!in_sack) {
pkt_len = start_seq - TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq;
if (pkt_len < mss)
pkt_len = mss;
} else {
pkt_len = end_seq - TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq;
if (pkt_len < mss)
return -EINVAL;
}
/* Round if necessary so that SACKs cover only full MSSes
* and/or the remaining small portion (if present)
*/
if (pkt_len > mss) {
unsigned int new_len = (pkt_len / mss) * mss;
if (!in_sack && new_len < pkt_len) {
new_len += mss;
if (new_len > skb->len)
return 0;
}
pkt_len = new_len;
}
err = tcp_fragment(sk, skb, pkt_len, mss);
if (err < 0)
return err;
}
return in_sack;
}
static u8 tcp_sacktag_one(struct sk_buff *skb, struct sock *sk,
struct tcp_sacktag_state *state,
int dup_sack, int pcount)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
u8 sacked = TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked;
int fack_count = state->fack_count;
/* Account D-SACK for retransmitted packet. */
if (dup_sack && (sacked & TCPCB_RETRANS)) {
if (tp->undo_marker && tp->undo_retrans &&
after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, tp->undo_marker))
tp->undo_retrans--;
if (sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED)
state->reord = min(fack_count, state->reord);
}
/* Nothing to do; acked frame is about to be dropped (was ACKed). */
if (!after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, tp->snd_una))
return sacked;
if (!(sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED)) {
if (sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS) {
/* If the segment is not tagged as lost,
* we do not clear RETRANS, believing
* that retransmission is still in flight.
*/
if (sacked & TCPCB_LOST) {
sacked &= ~(TCPCB_LOST|TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS);
tp->lost_out -= pcount;
tp->retrans_out -= pcount;
}
} else {
if (!(sacked & TCPCB_RETRANS)) {
/* New sack for not retransmitted frame,
* which was in hole. It is reordering.
*/
if (before(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq,
tcp_highest_sack_seq(tp)))
state->reord = min(fack_count,
state->reord);
/* SACK enhanced F-RTO (RFC4138; Appendix B) */
if (!after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, tp->frto_highmark))
state->flag |= FLAG_ONLY_ORIG_SACKED;
}
if (sacked & TCPCB_LOST) {
sacked &= ~TCPCB_LOST;
tp->lost_out -= pcount;
}
}
sacked |= TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED;
state->flag |= FLAG_DATA_SACKED;
tp->sacked_out += pcount;
fack_count += pcount;
/* Lost marker hint past SACKed? Tweak RFC3517 cnt */
if (!tcp_is_fack(tp) && (tp->lost_skb_hint != NULL) &&
before(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq,
TCP_SKB_CB(tp->lost_skb_hint)->seq))
tp->lost_cnt_hint += pcount;
if (fack_count > tp->fackets_out)
tp->fackets_out = fack_count;
}
/* D-SACK. We can detect redundant retransmission in S|R and plain R
* frames and clear it. undo_retrans is decreased above, L|R frames
* are accounted above as well.
*/
if (dup_sack && (sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS)) {
sacked &= ~TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS;
tp->retrans_out -= pcount;
}
return sacked;
}
static int tcp_shifted_skb(struct sock *sk, struct sk_buff *skb,
struct tcp_sacktag_state *state,
unsigned int pcount, int shifted, int mss,
int dup_sack)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *prev = tcp_write_queue_prev(sk, skb);
BUG_ON(!pcount);
/* Tweak before seqno plays */
if (!tcp_is_fack(tp) && tcp_is_sack(tp) && tp->lost_skb_hint &&
!before(TCP_SKB_CB(tp->lost_skb_hint)->seq, TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq))
tp->lost_cnt_hint += pcount;
TCP_SKB_CB(prev)->end_seq += shifted;
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq += shifted;
skb_shinfo(prev)->gso_segs += pcount;
BUG_ON(skb_shinfo(skb)->gso_segs < pcount);
skb_shinfo(skb)->gso_segs -= pcount;
/* When we're adding to gso_segs == 1, gso_size will be zero,
* in theory this shouldn't be necessary but as long as DSACK
* code can come after this skb later on it's better to keep
* setting gso_size to something.
*/
if (!skb_shinfo(prev)->gso_size) {
skb_shinfo(prev)->gso_size = mss;
skb_shinfo(prev)->gso_type = sk->sk_gso_type;
}
/* CHECKME: To clear or not to clear? Mimics normal skb currently */
if (skb_shinfo(skb)->gso_segs <= 1) {
skb_shinfo(skb)->gso_size = 0;
skb_shinfo(skb)->gso_type = 0;
}
/* We discard results */
tcp_sacktag_one(skb, sk, state, dup_sack, pcount);
/* Difference in this won't matter, both ACKed by the same cumul. ACK */
TCP_SKB_CB(prev)->sacked |= (TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_EVER_RETRANS);
if (skb->len > 0) {
BUG_ON(!tcp_skb_pcount(skb));
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), LINUX_MIB_SACKSHIFTED);
return 0;
}
/* Whole SKB was eaten :-) */
if (skb == tp->retransmit_skb_hint)
tp->retransmit_skb_hint = prev;
if (skb == tp->scoreboard_skb_hint)
tp->scoreboard_skb_hint = prev;
if (skb == tp->lost_skb_hint) {
tp->lost_skb_hint = prev;
tp->lost_cnt_hint -= tcp_skb_pcount(prev);
}
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->flags |= TCP_SKB_CB(prev)->flags;
if (skb == tcp_highest_sack(sk))
tcp_advance_highest_sack(sk, skb);
tcp_unlink_write_queue(skb, sk);
sk_wmem_free_skb(sk, skb);
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), LINUX_MIB_SACKMERGED);
return 1;
}
/* I wish gso_size would have a bit more sane initialization than
* something-or-zero which complicates things
*/
static int tcp_skb_seglen(struct sk_buff *skb)
{
return tcp_skb_pcount(skb) == 1 ? skb->len : tcp_skb_mss(skb);
}
/* Shifting pages past head area doesn't work */
static int skb_can_shift(struct sk_buff *skb)
{
return !skb_headlen(skb) && skb_is_nonlinear(skb);
}
/* Try collapsing SACK blocks spanning across multiple skbs to a single
* skb.
*/
static struct sk_buff *tcp_shift_skb_data(struct sock *sk, struct sk_buff *skb,
struct tcp_sacktag_state *state,
u32 start_seq, u32 end_seq,
int dup_sack)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *prev;
int mss;
int pcount = 0;
int len;
int in_sack;
if (!sk_can_gso(sk))
goto fallback;
/* Normally R but no L won't result in plain S */
if (!dup_sack &&
(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & (TCPCB_LOST|TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS)) == TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS)
goto fallback;
if (!skb_can_shift(skb))
goto fallback;
/* This frame is about to be dropped (was ACKed). */
if (!after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, tp->snd_una))
goto fallback;
/* Can only happen with delayed DSACK + discard craziness */
if (unlikely(skb == tcp_write_queue_head(sk)))
goto fallback;
prev = tcp_write_queue_prev(sk, skb);
if ((TCP_SKB_CB(prev)->sacked & TCPCB_TAGBITS) != TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED)
goto fallback;
in_sack = !after(start_seq, TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq) &&
!before(end_seq, TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq);
if (in_sack) {
len = skb->len;
pcount = tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
mss = tcp_skb_seglen(skb);
/* TODO: Fix DSACKs to not fragment already SACKed and we can
* drop this restriction as unnecessary
*/
if (mss != tcp_skb_seglen(prev))
goto fallback;
} else {
if (!after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, start_seq))
goto noop;
/* CHECKME: This is non-MSS split case only?, this will
* cause skipped skbs due to advancing loop btw, original
* has that feature too
*/
if (tcp_skb_pcount(skb) <= 1)
goto noop;
in_sack = !after(start_seq, TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq);
if (!in_sack) {
/* TODO: head merge to next could be attempted here
* if (!after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, end_seq)),
* though it might not be worth of the additional hassle
*
* ...we can probably just fallback to what was done
* previously. We could try merging non-SACKed ones
* as well but it probably isn't going to buy off
* because later SACKs might again split them, and
* it would make skb timestamp tracking considerably
* harder problem.
*/
goto fallback;
}
len = end_seq - TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq;
BUG_ON(len < 0);
BUG_ON(len > skb->len);
/* MSS boundaries should be honoured or else pcount will
* severely break even though it makes things bit trickier.
* Optimize common case to avoid most of the divides
*/
mss = tcp_skb_mss(skb);
/* TODO: Fix DSACKs to not fragment already SACKed and we can
* drop this restriction as unnecessary
*/
if (mss != tcp_skb_seglen(prev))
goto fallback;
if (len == mss) {
pcount = 1;
} else if (len < mss) {
goto noop;
} else {
pcount = len / mss;
len = pcount * mss;
}
}
if (!skb_shift(prev, skb, len))
goto fallback;
if (!tcp_shifted_skb(sk, skb, state, pcount, len, mss, dup_sack))
goto out;
/* Hole filled allows collapsing with the next as well, this is very
* useful when hole on every nth skb pattern happens
*/
if (prev == tcp_write_queue_tail(sk))
goto out;
skb = tcp_write_queue_next(sk, prev);
if (!skb_can_shift(skb) ||
(skb == tcp_send_head(sk)) ||
((TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_TAGBITS) != TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED) ||
(mss != tcp_skb_seglen(skb)))
goto out;
len = skb->len;
if (skb_shift(prev, skb, len)) {
pcount += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
tcp_shifted_skb(sk, skb, state, tcp_skb_pcount(skb), len, mss, 0);
}
out:
state->fack_count += pcount;
return prev;
noop:
return skb;
fallback:
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), LINUX_MIB_SACKSHIFTFALLBACK);
return NULL;
}
static struct sk_buff *tcp_sacktag_walk(struct sk_buff *skb, struct sock *sk,
struct tcp_sack_block *next_dup,
struct tcp_sacktag_state *state,
u32 start_seq, u32 end_seq,
int dup_sack_in)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *tmp;
tcp_for_write_queue_from(skb, sk) {
int in_sack = 0;
int dup_sack = dup_sack_in;
if (skb == tcp_send_head(sk))
break;
/* queue is in-order => we can short-circuit the walk early */
if (!before(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq, end_seq))
break;
if ((next_dup != NULL) &&
before(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq, next_dup->end_seq)) {
in_sack = tcp_match_skb_to_sack(sk, skb,
next_dup->start_seq,
next_dup->end_seq);
if (in_sack > 0)
dup_sack = 1;
}
/* skb reference here is a bit tricky to get right, since
* shifting can eat and free both this skb and the next,
* so not even _safe variant of the loop is enough.
*/
if (in_sack <= 0) {
tmp = tcp_shift_skb_data(sk, skb, state,
start_seq, end_seq, dup_sack);
if (tmp != NULL) {
if (tmp != skb) {
skb = tmp;
continue;
}
in_sack = 0;
} else {
in_sack = tcp_match_skb_to_sack(sk, skb,
start_seq,
end_seq);
}
}
if (unlikely(in_sack < 0))
break;
if (in_sack) {
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked = tcp_sacktag_one(skb, sk,
state,
dup_sack,
tcp_skb_pcount(skb));
if (!before(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->seq,
tcp_highest_sack_seq(tp)))
tcp_advance_highest_sack(sk, skb);
}
state->fack_count += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
}
return skb;
}
/* Avoid all extra work that is being done by sacktag while walking in
* a normal way
*/
static struct sk_buff *tcp_sacktag_skip(struct sk_buff *skb, struct sock *sk,
struct tcp_sacktag_state *state,
u32 skip_to_seq)
{
tcp_for_write_queue_from(skb, sk) {
if (skb == tcp_send_head(sk))
break;
if (after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, skip_to_seq))
break;
state->fack_count += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
}
return skb;
}
static struct sk_buff *tcp_maybe_skipping_dsack(struct sk_buff *skb,
struct sock *sk,
struct tcp_sack_block *next_dup,
struct tcp_sacktag_state *state,
u32 skip_to_seq)
{
if (next_dup == NULL)
return skb;
if (before(next_dup->start_seq, skip_to_seq)) {
skb = tcp_sacktag_skip(skb, sk, state, next_dup->start_seq);
skb = tcp_sacktag_walk(skb, sk, NULL, state,
next_dup->start_seq, next_dup->end_seq,
1);
}
return skb;
}
static int tcp_sack_cache_ok(struct tcp_sock *tp, struct tcp_sack_block *cache)
{
return cache < tp->recv_sack_cache + ARRAY_SIZE(tp->recv_sack_cache);
}
static int
tcp_sacktag_write_queue(struct sock *sk, struct sk_buff *ack_skb,
u32 prior_snd_una)
{
const struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
unsigned char *ptr = (skb_transport_header(ack_skb) +
TCP_SKB_CB(ack_skb)->sacked);
struct tcp_sack_block_wire *sp_wire = (struct tcp_sack_block_wire *)(ptr+2);
struct tcp_sack_block sp[TCP_NUM_SACKS];
struct tcp_sack_block *cache;
struct tcp_sacktag_state state;
struct sk_buff *skb;
int num_sacks = min(TCP_NUM_SACKS, (ptr[1] - TCPOLEN_SACK_BASE) >> 3);
int used_sacks;
int found_dup_sack = 0;
int i, j;
int first_sack_index;
state.flag = 0;
state.reord = tp->packets_out;
if (!tp->sacked_out) {
if (WARN_ON(tp->fackets_out))
tp->fackets_out = 0;
tcp_highest_sack_reset(sk);
}
found_dup_sack = tcp_check_dsack(sk, ack_skb, sp_wire,
num_sacks, prior_snd_una);
if (found_dup_sack)
state.flag |= FLAG_DSACKING_ACK;
/* Eliminate too old ACKs, but take into
* account more or less fresh ones, they can
* contain valid SACK info.
*/
if (before(TCP_SKB_CB(ack_skb)->ack_seq, prior_snd_una - tp->max_window))
return 0;
if (!tp->packets_out)
goto out;
used_sacks = 0;
first_sack_index = 0;
for (i = 0; i < num_sacks; i++) {
int dup_sack = !i && found_dup_sack;
sp[used_sacks].start_seq = get_unaligned_be32(&sp_wire[i].start_seq);
sp[used_sacks].end_seq = get_unaligned_be32(&sp_wire[i].end_seq);
if (!tcp_is_sackblock_valid(tp, dup_sack,
sp[used_sacks].start_seq,
sp[used_sacks].end_seq)) {
int mib_idx;
if (dup_sack) {
if (!tp->undo_marker)
mib_idx = LINUX_MIB_TCPDSACKIGNOREDNOUNDO;
else
mib_idx = LINUX_MIB_TCPDSACKIGNOREDOLD;
} else {
/* Don't count olds caused by ACK reordering */
if ((TCP_SKB_CB(ack_skb)->ack_seq != tp->snd_una) &&
!after(sp[used_sacks].end_seq, tp->snd_una))
continue;
mib_idx = LINUX_MIB_TCPSACKDISCARD;
}
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), mib_idx);
if (i == 0)
first_sack_index = -1;
continue;
}
/* Ignore very old stuff early */
if (!after(sp[used_sacks].end_seq, prior_snd_una))
continue;
used_sacks++;
}
/* order SACK blocks to allow in order walk of the retrans queue */
for (i = used_sacks - 1; i > 0; i--) {
for (j = 0; j < i; j++) {
if (after(sp[j].start_seq, sp[j + 1].start_seq)) {
swap(sp[j], sp[j + 1]);
/* Track where the first SACK block goes to */
if (j == first_sack_index)
first_sack_index = j + 1;
}
}
}
skb = tcp_write_queue_head(sk);
state.fack_count = 0;
i = 0;
if (!tp->sacked_out) {
/* It's already past, so skip checking against it */
cache = tp->recv_sack_cache + ARRAY_SIZE(tp->recv_sack_cache);
} else {
cache = tp->recv_sack_cache;
/* Skip empty blocks in at head of the cache */
while (tcp_sack_cache_ok(tp, cache) && !cache->start_seq &&
!cache->end_seq)
cache++;
}
while (i < used_sacks) {
u32 start_seq = sp[i].start_seq;
u32 end_seq = sp[i].end_seq;
int dup_sack = (found_dup_sack && (i == first_sack_index));
struct tcp_sack_block *next_dup = NULL;
if (found_dup_sack && ((i + 1) == first_sack_index))
next_dup = &sp[i + 1];
/* Event "B" in the comment above. */
if (after(end_seq, tp->high_seq))
state.flag |= FLAG_DATA_LOST;
/* Skip too early cached blocks */
while (tcp_sack_cache_ok(tp, cache) &&
!before(start_seq, cache->end_seq))
cache++;
/* Can skip some work by looking recv_sack_cache? */
if (tcp_sack_cache_ok(tp, cache) && !dup_sack &&
after(end_seq, cache->start_seq)) {
/* Head todo? */
if (before(start_seq, cache->start_seq)) {
skb = tcp_sacktag_skip(skb, sk, &state,
start_seq);
skb = tcp_sacktag_walk(skb, sk, next_dup,
&state,
start_seq,
cache->start_seq,
dup_sack);
}
/* Rest of the block already fully processed? */
if (!after(end_seq, cache->end_seq))
goto advance_sp;
skb = tcp_maybe_skipping_dsack(skb, sk, next_dup,
&state,
cache->end_seq);
/* ...tail remains todo... */
if (tcp_highest_sack_seq(tp) == cache->end_seq) {
/* ...but better entrypoint exists! */
skb = tcp_highest_sack(sk);
if (skb == NULL)
break;
state.fack_count = tp->fackets_out;
cache++;
goto walk;
}
skb = tcp_sacktag_skip(skb, sk, &state, cache->end_seq);
/* Check overlap against next cached too (past this one already) */
cache++;
continue;
}
if (!before(start_seq, tcp_highest_sack_seq(tp))) {
skb = tcp_highest_sack(sk);
if (skb == NULL)
break;
state.fack_count = tp->fackets_out;
}
skb = tcp_sacktag_skip(skb, sk, &state, start_seq);
walk:
skb = tcp_sacktag_walk(skb, sk, next_dup, &state,
start_seq, end_seq, dup_sack);
advance_sp:
/* SACK enhanced FRTO (RFC4138, Appendix B): Clearing correct
* due to in-order walk
*/
if (after(end_seq, tp->frto_highmark))
state.flag &= ~FLAG_ONLY_ORIG_SACKED;
i++;
}
/* Clear the head of the cache sack blocks so we can skip it next time */
for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(tp->recv_sack_cache) - used_sacks; i++) {
tp->recv_sack_cache[i].start_seq = 0;
tp->recv_sack_cache[i].end_seq = 0;
}
for (j = 0; j < used_sacks; j++)
tp->recv_sack_cache[i++] = sp[j];
tcp_mark_lost_retrans(sk);
tcp_verify_left_out(tp);
if ((state.reord < tp->fackets_out) &&
((icsk->icsk_ca_state != TCP_CA_Loss) || tp->undo_marker) &&
(!tp->frto_highmark || after(tp->snd_una, tp->frto_highmark)))
tcp_update_reordering(sk, tp->fackets_out - state.reord, 0);
out:
#if FASTRETRANS_DEBUG > 0
WARN_ON((int)tp->sacked_out < 0);
WARN_ON((int)tp->lost_out < 0);
WARN_ON((int)tp->retrans_out < 0);
WARN_ON((int)tcp_packets_in_flight(tp) < 0);
#endif
return state.flag;
}
/* Limits sacked_out so that sum with lost_out isn't ever larger than
* packets_out. Returns zero if sacked_out adjustement wasn't necessary.
*/
static int tcp_limit_reno_sacked(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
u32 holes;
holes = max(tp->lost_out, 1U);
holes = min(holes, tp->packets_out);
if ((tp->sacked_out + holes) > tp->packets_out) {
tp->sacked_out = tp->packets_out - holes;
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
/* If we receive more dupacks than we expected counting segments
* in assumption of absent reordering, interpret this as reordering.
* The only another reason could be bug in receiver TCP.
*/
static void tcp_check_reno_reordering(struct sock *sk, const int addend)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
if (tcp_limit_reno_sacked(tp))
tcp_update_reordering(sk, tp->packets_out + addend, 0);
}
/* Emulate SACKs for SACKless connection: account for a new dupack. */
static void tcp_add_reno_sack(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
tp->sacked_out++;
tcp_check_reno_reordering(sk, 0);
tcp_verify_left_out(tp);
}
/* Account for ACK, ACKing some data in Reno Recovery phase. */
static void tcp_remove_reno_sacks(struct sock *sk, int acked)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
if (acked > 0) {
/* One ACK acked hole. The rest eat duplicate ACKs. */
if (acked - 1 >= tp->sacked_out)
tp->sacked_out = 0;
else
tp->sacked_out -= acked - 1;
}
tcp_check_reno_reordering(sk, acked);
tcp_verify_left_out(tp);
}
static inline void tcp_reset_reno_sack(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
tp->sacked_out = 0;
}
static int tcp_is_sackfrto(const struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
return (sysctl_tcp_frto == 0x2) && !tcp_is_reno(tp);
}
/* F-RTO can only be used if TCP has never retransmitted anything other than
* head (SACK enhanced variant from Appendix B of RFC4138 is more robust here)
*/
int tcp_use_frto(struct sock *sk)
{
const struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
const struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
struct sk_buff *skb;
if (!sysctl_tcp_frto)
return 0;
/* MTU probe and F-RTO won't really play nicely along currently */
if (icsk->icsk_mtup.probe_size)
return 0;
if (tcp_is_sackfrto(tp))
return 1;
/* Avoid expensive walking of rexmit queue if possible */
if (tp->retrans_out > 1)
return 0;
skb = tcp_write_queue_head(sk);
if (tcp_skb_is_last(sk, skb))
return 1;
skb = tcp_write_queue_next(sk, skb); /* Skips head */
tcp_for_write_queue_from(skb, sk) {
if (skb == tcp_send_head(sk))
break;
if (TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_RETRANS)
return 0;
/* Short-circuit when first non-SACKed skb has been checked */
if (!(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED))
break;
}
return 1;
}
/* RTO occurred, but do not yet enter Loss state. Instead, defer RTO
* recovery a bit and use heuristics in tcp_process_frto() to detect if
* the RTO was spurious. Only clear SACKED_RETRANS of the head here to
* keep retrans_out counting accurate (with SACK F-RTO, other than head
* may still have that bit set); TCPCB_LOST and remaining SACKED_RETRANS
* bits are handled if the Loss state is really to be entered (in
* tcp_enter_frto_loss).
*
* Do like tcp_enter_loss() would; when RTO expires the second time it
* does:
* "Reduce ssthresh if it has not yet been made inside this window."
*/
void tcp_enter_frto(struct sock *sk)
{
const struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *skb;
if ((!tp->frto_counter && icsk->icsk_ca_state <= TCP_CA_Disorder) ||
tp->snd_una == tp->high_seq ||
((icsk->icsk_ca_state == TCP_CA_Loss || tp->frto_counter) &&
!icsk->icsk_retransmits)) {
tp->prior_ssthresh = tcp_current_ssthresh(sk);
/* Our state is too optimistic in ssthresh() call because cwnd
* is not reduced until tcp_enter_frto_loss() when previous F-RTO
* recovery has not yet completed. Pattern would be this: RTO,
* Cumulative ACK, RTO (2xRTO for the same segment does not end
* up here twice).
* RFC4138 should be more specific on what to do, even though
* RTO is quite unlikely to occur after the first Cumulative ACK
* due to back-off and complexity of triggering events ...
*/
if (tp->frto_counter) {
u32 stored_cwnd;
stored_cwnd = tp->snd_cwnd;
tp->snd_cwnd = 2;
tp->snd_ssthresh = icsk->icsk_ca_ops->ssthresh(sk);
tp->snd_cwnd = stored_cwnd;
} else {
tp->snd_ssthresh = icsk->icsk_ca_ops->ssthresh(sk);
}
/* ... in theory, cong.control module could do "any tricks" in
* ssthresh(), which means that ca_state, lost bits and lost_out
* counter would have to be faked before the call occurs. We
* consider that too expensive, unlikely and hacky, so modules
* using these in ssthresh() must deal these incompatibility
* issues if they receives CA_EVENT_FRTO and frto_counter != 0
*/
tcp_ca_event(sk, CA_EVENT_FRTO);
}
tp->undo_marker = tp->snd_una;
tp->undo_retrans = 0;
skb = tcp_write_queue_head(sk);
if (TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_RETRANS)
tp->undo_marker = 0;
if (TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS) {
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked &= ~TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS;
tp->retrans_out -= tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
}
tcp_verify_left_out(tp);
/* Too bad if TCP was application limited */
tp->snd_cwnd = min(tp->snd_cwnd, tcp_packets_in_flight(tp) + 1);
/* Earlier loss recovery underway (see RFC4138; Appendix B).
* The last condition is necessary at least in tp->frto_counter case.
*/
if (tcp_is_sackfrto(tp) && (tp->frto_counter ||
((1 << icsk->icsk_ca_state) & (TCPF_CA_Recovery|TCPF_CA_Loss))) &&
after(tp->high_seq, tp->snd_una)) {
tp->frto_highmark = tp->high_seq;
} else {
tp->frto_highmark = tp->snd_nxt;
}
tcp_set_ca_state(sk, TCP_CA_Disorder);
tp->high_seq = tp->snd_nxt;
tp->frto_counter = 1;
}
/* Enter Loss state after F-RTO was applied. Dupack arrived after RTO,
* which indicates that we should follow the traditional RTO recovery,
* i.e. mark everything lost and do go-back-N retransmission.
*/
static void tcp_enter_frto_loss(struct sock *sk, int allowed_segments, int flag)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *skb;
tp->lost_out = 0;
tp->retrans_out = 0;
if (tcp_is_reno(tp))
tcp_reset_reno_sack(tp);
tcp_for_write_queue(skb, sk) {
if (skb == tcp_send_head(sk))
break;
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked &= ~TCPCB_LOST;
/*
* Count the retransmission made on RTO correctly (only when
* waiting for the first ACK and did not get it)...
*/
if ((tp->frto_counter == 1) && !(flag & FLAG_DATA_ACKED)) {
/* For some reason this R-bit might get cleared? */
if (TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS)
tp->retrans_out += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
/* ...enter this if branch just for the first segment */
flag |= FLAG_DATA_ACKED;
} else {
if (TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_RETRANS)
tp->undo_marker = 0;
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked &= ~TCPCB_SACKED_RETRANS;
}
/* Marking forward transmissions that were made after RTO lost
* can cause unnecessary retransmissions in some scenarios,
* SACK blocks will mitigate that in some but not in all cases.
* We used to not mark them but it was causing break-ups with
* receivers that do only in-order receival.
*
* TODO: we could detect presence of such receiver and select
* different behavior per flow.
*/
if (!(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED)) {
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked |= TCPCB_LOST;
tp->lost_out += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
tp->retransmit_high = TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq;
}
}
tcp_verify_left_out(tp);
tp->snd_cwnd = tcp_packets_in_flight(tp) + allowed_segments;
tp->snd_cwnd_cnt = 0;
tp->snd_cwnd_stamp = tcp_time_stamp;
tp->frto_counter = 0;
tp->bytes_acked = 0;
tp->reordering = min_t(unsigned int, tp->reordering,
sysctl_tcp_reordering);
tcp_set_ca_state(sk, TCP_CA_Loss);
tp->high_seq = tp->snd_nxt;
TCP_ECN_queue_cwr(tp);
tcp_clear_all_retrans_hints(tp);
}
static void tcp_clear_retrans_partial(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
tp->retrans_out = 0;
tp->lost_out = 0;
tp->undo_marker = 0;
tp->undo_retrans = 0;
}
void tcp_clear_retrans(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
tcp_clear_retrans_partial(tp);
tp->fackets_out = 0;
tp->sacked_out = 0;
}
/* Enter Loss state. If "how" is not zero, forget all SACK information
* and reset tags completely, otherwise preserve SACKs. If receiver
* dropped its ofo queue, we will know this due to reneging detection.
*/
void tcp_enter_loss(struct sock *sk, int how)
{
const struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *skb;
/* Reduce ssthresh if it has not yet been made inside this window. */
if (icsk->icsk_ca_state <= TCP_CA_Disorder || tp->snd_una == tp->high_seq ||
(icsk->icsk_ca_state == TCP_CA_Loss && !icsk->icsk_retransmits)) {
tp->prior_ssthresh = tcp_current_ssthresh(sk);
tp->snd_ssthresh = icsk->icsk_ca_ops->ssthresh(sk);
tcp_ca_event(sk, CA_EVENT_LOSS);
}
tp->snd_cwnd = 1;
tp->snd_cwnd_cnt = 0;
tp->snd_cwnd_stamp = tcp_time_stamp;
tp->bytes_acked = 0;
tcp_clear_retrans_partial(tp);
if (tcp_is_reno(tp))
tcp_reset_reno_sack(tp);
if (!how) {
/* Push undo marker, if it was plain RTO and nothing
* was retransmitted. */
tp->undo_marker = tp->snd_una;
} else {
tp->sacked_out = 0;
tp->fackets_out = 0;
}
tcp_clear_all_retrans_hints(tp);
tcp_for_write_queue(skb, sk) {
if (skb == tcp_send_head(sk))
break;
if (TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_RETRANS)
tp->undo_marker = 0;
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked &= (~TCPCB_TAGBITS)|TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED;
if (!(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked&TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED) || how) {
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked &= ~TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED;
TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked |= TCPCB_LOST;
tp->lost_out += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
tp->retransmit_high = TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq;
}
}
tcp_verify_left_out(tp);
tp->reordering = min_t(unsigned int, tp->reordering,
sysctl_tcp_reordering);
tcp_set_ca_state(sk, TCP_CA_Loss);
tp->high_seq = tp->snd_nxt;
TCP_ECN_queue_cwr(tp);
/* Abort F-RTO algorithm if one is in progress */
tp->frto_counter = 0;
}
/* If ACK arrived pointing to a remembered SACK, it means that our
* remembered SACKs do not reflect real state of receiver i.e.
* receiver _host_ is heavily congested (or buggy).
*
* Do processing similar to RTO timeout.
*/
static int tcp_check_sack_reneging(struct sock *sk, int flag)
{
if (flag & FLAG_SACK_RENEGING) {
struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), LINUX_MIB_TCPSACKRENEGING);
tcp_enter_loss(sk, 1);
icsk->icsk_retransmits++;
tcp_retransmit_skb(sk, tcp_write_queue_head(sk));
inet_csk_reset_xmit_timer(sk, ICSK_TIME_RETRANS,
icsk->icsk_rto, TCP_RTO_MAX);
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
static inline int tcp_fackets_out(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
return tcp_is_reno(tp) ? tp->sacked_out + 1 : tp->fackets_out;
}
/* Heurestics to calculate number of duplicate ACKs. There's no dupACKs
* counter when SACK is enabled (without SACK, sacked_out is used for
* that purpose).
*
* Instead, with FACK TCP uses fackets_out that includes both SACKed
* segments up to the highest received SACK block so far and holes in
* between them.
*
* With reordering, holes may still be in flight, so RFC3517 recovery
* uses pure sacked_out (total number of SACKed segments) even though
* it violates the RFC that uses duplicate ACKs, often these are equal
* but when e.g. out-of-window ACKs or packet duplication occurs,
* they differ. Since neither occurs due to loss, TCP should really
* ignore them.
*/
static inline int tcp_dupack_heuristics(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
return tcp_is_fack(tp) ? tp->fackets_out : tp->sacked_out + 1;
}
static inline int tcp_skb_timedout(struct sock *sk, struct sk_buff *skb)
{
return tcp_time_stamp - TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->when > inet_csk(sk)->icsk_rto;
}
static inline int tcp_head_timedout(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
return tp->packets_out &&
tcp_skb_timedout(sk, tcp_write_queue_head(sk));
}
/* Linux NewReno/SACK/FACK/ECN state machine.
* --------------------------------------
*
* "Open" Normal state, no dubious events, fast path.
* "Disorder" In all the respects it is "Open",
* but requires a bit more attention. It is entered when
* we see some SACKs or dupacks. It is split of "Open"
* mainly to move some processing from fast path to slow one.
* "CWR" CWND was reduced due to some Congestion Notification event.
* It can be ECN, ICMP source quench, local device congestion.
* "Recovery" CWND was reduced, we are fast-retransmitting.
* "Loss" CWND was reduced due to RTO timeout or SACK reneging.
*
* tcp_fastretrans_alert() is entered:
* - each incoming ACK, if state is not "Open"
* - when arrived ACK is unusual, namely:
* * SACK
* * Duplicate ACK.
* * ECN ECE.
*
* Counting packets in flight is pretty simple.
*
* in_flight = packets_out - left_out + retrans_out
*
* packets_out is SND.NXT-SND.UNA counted in packets.
*
* retrans_out is number of retransmitted segments.
*
* left_out is number of segments left network, but not ACKed yet.
*
* left_out = sacked_out + lost_out
*
* sacked_out: Packets, which arrived to receiver out of order
* and hence not ACKed. With SACKs this number is simply
* amount of SACKed data. Even without SACKs
* it is easy to give pretty reliable estimate of this number,
* counting duplicate ACKs.
*
* lost_out: Packets lost by network. TCP has no explicit
* "loss notification" feedback from network (for now).
* It means that this number can be only _guessed_.
* Actually, it is the heuristics to predict lossage that
* distinguishes different algorithms.
*
* F.e. after RTO, when all the queue is considered as lost,
* lost_out = packets_out and in_flight = retrans_out.
*
* Essentially, we have now two algorithms counting
* lost packets.
*
* FACK: It is the simplest heuristics. As soon as we decided
* that something is lost, we decide that _all_ not SACKed
* packets until the most forward SACK are lost. I.e.
* lost_out = fackets_out - sacked_out and left_out = fackets_out.
* It is absolutely correct estimate, if network does not reorder
* packets. And it loses any connection to reality when reordering
* takes place. We use FACK by default until reordering
* is suspected on the path to this destination.
*
* NewReno: when Recovery is entered, we assume that one segment
* is lost (classic Reno). While we are in Recovery and
* a partial ACK arrives, we assume that one more packet
* is lost (NewReno). This heuristics are the same in NewReno
* and SACK.
*
* Imagine, that's all! Forget about all this shamanism about CWND inflation
* deflation etc. CWND is real congestion window, never inflated, changes
* only according to classic VJ rules.
*
* Really tricky (and requiring careful tuning) part of algorithm
* is hidden in functions tcp_time_to_recover() and tcp_xmit_retransmit_queue().
* The first determines the moment _when_ we should reduce CWND and,
* hence, slow down forward transmission. In fact, it determines the moment
* when we decide that hole is caused by loss, rather than by a reorder.
*
* tcp_xmit_retransmit_queue() decides, _what_ we should retransmit to fill
* holes, caused by lost packets.
*
* And the most logically complicated part of algorithm is undo
* heuristics. We detect false retransmits due to both too early
* fast retransmit (reordering) and underestimated RTO, analyzing
* timestamps and D-SACKs. When we detect that some segments were
* retransmitted by mistake and CWND reduction was wrong, we undo
* window reduction and abort recovery phase. This logic is hidden
* inside several functions named tcp_try_undo_<something>.
*/
/* This function decides, when we should leave Disordered state
* and enter Recovery phase, reducing congestion window.
*
* Main question: may we further continue forward transmission
* with the same cwnd?
*/
static int tcp_time_to_recover(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
__u32 packets_out;
/* Do not perform any recovery during F-RTO algorithm */
if (tp->frto_counter)
return 0;
/* Trick#1: The loss is proven. */
if (tp->lost_out)
return 1;
/* Not-A-Trick#2 : Classic rule... */
if (tcp_dupack_heuristics(tp) > tp->reordering)
return 1;
/* Trick#3 : when we use RFC2988 timer restart, fast
* retransmit can be triggered by timeout of queue head.
*/
if (tcp_is_fack(tp) && tcp_head_timedout(sk))
return 1;
/* Trick#4: It is still not OK... But will it be useful to delay
* recovery more?
*/
packets_out = tp->packets_out;
if (packets_out <= tp->reordering &&
tp->sacked_out >= max_t(__u32, packets_out/2, sysctl_tcp_reordering) &&
!tcp_may_send_now(sk)) {
/* We have nothing to send. This connection is limited
* either by receiver window or by application.
*/
return 1;
}
/* If a thin stream is detected, retransmit after first
* received dupack. Employ only if SACK is supported in order
* to avoid possible corner-case series of spurious retransmissions
* Use only if there are no unsent data.
*/
if ((tp->thin_dupack || sysctl_tcp_thin_dupack) &&
tcp_stream_is_thin(tp) && tcp_dupack_heuristics(tp) > 1 &&
tcp_is_sack(tp) && !tcp_send_head(sk))
return 1;
return 0;
}
/* New heuristics: it is possible only after we switched to restart timer
* each time when something is ACKed. Hence, we can detect timed out packets
* during fast retransmit without falling to slow start.
*
* Usefulness of this as is very questionable, since we should know which of
* the segments is the next to timeout which is relatively expensive to find
* in general case unless we add some data structure just for that. The
* current approach certainly won't find the right one too often and when it
* finally does find _something_ it usually marks large part of the window
* right away (because a retransmission with a larger timestamp blocks the
* loop from advancing). -ij
*/
static void tcp_timeout_skbs(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *skb;
if (!tcp_is_fack(tp) || !tcp_head_timedout(sk))
return;
skb = tp->scoreboard_skb_hint;
if (tp->scoreboard_skb_hint == NULL)
skb = tcp_write_queue_head(sk);
tcp_for_write_queue_from(skb, sk) {
if (skb == tcp_send_head(sk))
break;
if (!tcp_skb_timedout(sk, skb))
break;
tcp_skb_mark_lost(tp, skb);
}
tp->scoreboard_skb_hint = skb;
tcp_verify_left_out(tp);
}
/* Mark head of queue up as lost. With RFC3517 SACK, the packets is
* is against sacked "cnt", otherwise it's against facked "cnt"
*/
static void tcp_mark_head_lost(struct sock *sk, int packets, int mark_head)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *skb;
int cnt, oldcnt;
int err;
unsigned int mss;
WARN_ON(packets > tp->packets_out);
if (tp->lost_skb_hint) {
skb = tp->lost_skb_hint;
cnt = tp->lost_cnt_hint;
/* Head already handled? */
if (mark_head && skb != tcp_write_queue_head(sk))
return;
} else {
skb = tcp_write_queue_head(sk);
cnt = 0;
}
tcp_for_write_queue_from(skb, sk) {
if (skb == tcp_send_head(sk))
break;
/* TODO: do this better */
/* this is not the most efficient way to do this... */
tp->lost_skb_hint = skb;
tp->lost_cnt_hint = cnt;
if (after(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->end_seq, tp->high_seq))
break;
oldcnt = cnt;
if (tcp_is_fack(tp) || tcp_is_reno(tp) ||
(TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_SACKED_ACKED))
cnt += tcp_skb_pcount(skb);
if (cnt > packets) {
if ((tcp_is_sack(tp) && !tcp_is_fack(tp)) ||
(oldcnt >= packets))
break;
mss = skb_shinfo(skb)->gso_size;
err = tcp_fragment(sk, skb, (packets - oldcnt) * mss, mss);
if (err < 0)
break;
cnt = packets;
}
tcp_skb_mark_lost(tp, skb);
if (mark_head)
break;
}
tcp_verify_left_out(tp);
}
/* Account newly detected lost packet(s) */
static void tcp_update_scoreboard(struct sock *sk, int fast_rexmit)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
if (tcp_is_reno(tp)) {
tcp_mark_head_lost(sk, 1, 1);
} else if (tcp_is_fack(tp)) {
int lost = tp->fackets_out - tp->reordering;
if (lost <= 0)
lost = 1;
tcp_mark_head_lost(sk, lost, 0);
} else {
int sacked_upto = tp->sacked_out - tp->reordering;
if (sacked_upto >= 0)
tcp_mark_head_lost(sk, sacked_upto, 0);
else if (fast_rexmit)
tcp_mark_head_lost(sk, 1, 1);
}
tcp_timeout_skbs(sk);
}
/* CWND moderation, preventing bursts due to too big ACKs
* in dubious situations.
*/
static inline void tcp_moderate_cwnd(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
tp->snd_cwnd = min(tp->snd_cwnd,
tcp_packets_in_flight(tp) + tcp_max_burst(tp));
tp->snd_cwnd_stamp = tcp_time_stamp;
}
/* Lower bound on congestion window is slow start threshold
* unless congestion avoidance choice decides to overide it.
*/
static inline u32 tcp_cwnd_min(const struct sock *sk)
{
const struct tcp_congestion_ops *ca_ops = inet_csk(sk)->icsk_ca_ops;
return ca_ops->min_cwnd ? ca_ops->min_cwnd(sk) : tcp_sk(sk)->snd_ssthresh;
}
/* Decrease cwnd each second ack. */
static void tcp_cwnd_down(struct sock *sk, int flag)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
int decr = tp->snd_cwnd_cnt + 1;
if ((flag & (FLAG_ANY_PROGRESS | FLAG_DSACKING_ACK)) ||
(tcp_is_reno(tp) && !(flag & FLAG_NOT_DUP))) {
tp->snd_cwnd_cnt = decr & 1;
decr >>= 1;
if (decr && tp->snd_cwnd > tcp_cwnd_min(sk))
tp->snd_cwnd -= decr;
tp->snd_cwnd = min(tp->snd_cwnd, tcp_packets_in_flight(tp) + 1);
tp->snd_cwnd_stamp = tcp_time_stamp;
}
}
/* Nothing was retransmitted or returned timestamp is less
* than timestamp of the first retransmission.
*/
static inline int tcp_packet_delayed(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
return !tp->retrans_stamp ||
(tp->rx_opt.saw_tstamp && tp->rx_opt.rcv_tsecr &&
before(tp->rx_opt.rcv_tsecr, tp->retrans_stamp));
}
/* Undo procedures. */
#if FASTRETRANS_DEBUG > 1
static void DBGUNDO(struct sock *sk, const char *msg)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct inet_sock *inet = inet_sk(sk);
if (sk->sk_family == AF_INET) {
printk(KERN_DEBUG "Undo %s %pI4/%u c%u l%u ss%u/%u p%u\n",
msg,
&inet->inet_daddr, ntohs(inet->inet_dport),
tp->snd_cwnd, tcp_left_out(tp),
tp->snd_ssthresh, tp->prior_ssthresh,
tp->packets_out);
}
#if defined(CONFIG_IPV6) || defined(CONFIG_IPV6_MODULE)
else if (sk->sk_family == AF_INET6) {
struct ipv6_pinfo *np = inet6_sk(sk);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "Undo %s %pI6/%u c%u l%u ss%u/%u p%u\n",
msg,
&np->daddr, ntohs(inet->inet_dport),
tp->snd_cwnd, tcp_left_out(tp),
tp->snd_ssthresh, tp->prior_ssthresh,
tp->packets_out);
}
#endif
}
#else
#define DBGUNDO(x...) do { } while (0)
#endif
static void tcp_undo_cwr(struct sock *sk, const bool undo_ssthresh)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
if (tp->prior_ssthresh) {
const struct inet_connection_sock *icsk = inet_csk(sk);
if (icsk->icsk_ca_ops->undo_cwnd)
tp->snd_cwnd = icsk->icsk_ca_ops->undo_cwnd(sk);
else
tp->snd_cwnd = max(tp->snd_cwnd, tp->snd_ssthresh << 1);
if (undo_ssthresh && tp->prior_ssthresh > tp->snd_ssthresh) {
tp->snd_ssthresh = tp->prior_ssthresh;
TCP_ECN_withdraw_cwr(tp);
}
} else {
tp->snd_cwnd = max(tp->snd_cwnd, tp->snd_ssthresh);
}
tp->snd_cwnd_stamp = tcp_time_stamp;
}
static inline int tcp_may_undo(struct tcp_sock *tp)
{
return tp->undo_marker && (!tp->undo_retrans || tcp_packet_delayed(tp));
}
/* People celebrate: "We love our President!" */
static int tcp_try_undo_recovery(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
if (tcp_may_undo(tp)) {
int mib_idx;
/* Happy end! We did not retransmit anything
* or our original transmission succeeded.
*/
DBGUNDO(sk, inet_csk(sk)->icsk_ca_state == TCP_CA_Loss ? "loss" : "retrans");
tcp_undo_cwr(sk, true);
if (inet_csk(sk)->icsk_ca_state == TCP_CA_Loss)
mib_idx = LINUX_MIB_TCPLOSSUNDO;
else
mib_idx = LINUX_MIB_TCPFULLUNDO;
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), mib_idx);
tp->undo_marker = 0;
}
if (tp->snd_una == tp->high_seq && tcp_is_reno(tp)) {
/* Hold old state until something *above* high_seq
* is ACKed. For Reno it is MUST to prevent false
* fast retransmits (RFC2582). SACK TCP is safe. */
tcp_moderate_cwnd(tp);
return 1;
}
tcp_set_ca_state(sk, TCP_CA_Open);
return 0;
}
/* Try to undo cwnd reduction, because D-SACKs acked all retransmitted data */
static void tcp_try_undo_dsack(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
if (tp->undo_marker && !tp->undo_retrans) {
DBGUNDO(sk, "D-SACK");
tcp_undo_cwr(sk, true);
tp->undo_marker = 0;
NET_INC_STATS_BH(sock_net(sk), LINUX_MIB_TCPDSACKUNDO);
}
}
/* We can clear retrans_stamp when there are no retransmissions in the
* window. It would seem that it is trivially available for us in
* tp->retrans_out, however, that kind of assumptions doesn't consider
* what will happen if errors occur when sending retransmission for the
* second time. ...It could the that such segment has only
* TCPCB_EVER_RETRANS set at the present time. It seems that checking
* the head skb is enough except for some reneging corner cases that
* are not worth the effort.
*
* Main reason for all this complexity is the fact that connection dying
* time now depends on the validity of the retrans_stamp, in particular,
* that successive retransmissions of a segment must not advance
* retrans_stamp under any conditions.
*/
static int tcp_any_retrans_done(struct sock *sk)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
struct sk_buff *skb;
if (tp->retrans_out)
return 1;
skb = tcp_write_queue_head(sk);
if (unlikely(skb && TCP_SKB_CB(skb)->sacked & TCPCB_EVER_RETRANS))
return 1;
return 0;
}
/* Undo during fast recovery after partial ACK. */
static int tcp_try_undo_partial(struct sock *sk, int acked)
{
struct tcp_sock *tp = tcp_sk(sk);
/* Partial ACK arrived. Force Hoe's retransmit. */