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/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0 */

#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__

#include <linux/compiler.h>
#include <uapi/linux/time.h>
#include <uapi/linux/types.h>
#include <uapi/asm-generic/errno-base.h>

#include <vdso/bits.h>
#include <vdso/clocksource.h>
#include <vdso/ktime.h>
#include <vdso/limits.h>
#include <vdso/math64.h>
#include <vdso/processor.h>
#include <vdso/time.h>
#include <vdso/time32.h>
#include <vdso/time64.h>

#include <asm/vdso/data.h>
struct arch_vdso_data {};

#define VDSO_BASES	(CLOCK_TAI + 1)

#define CS_HRES_COARSE	0
#define CS_RAW		1
#define CS_BASES	(CS_RAW + 1)

 * struct vdso_timestamp - basetime per clock_id
 * @sec:	seconds
 * @nsec:	nanoseconds
 * There is one vdso_timestamp object in vvar for each vDSO-accelerated
 * clock_id. For high-resolution clocks, this encodes the time
 * corresponding to vdso_data.cycle_last. For coarse clocks this encodes
 * the actual time.
 * To be noticed that for highres clocks nsec is left-shifted by
 * vdso_data.cs[x].shift.
struct vdso_timestamp {
	u64	sec;
	u64	nsec;

 * struct vdso_data - vdso datapage representation
 * @seq:		timebase sequence counter
 * @clock_mode:		clock mode
 * @cycle_last:		timebase at clocksource init
 * @mask:		clocksource mask
 * @mult:		clocksource multiplier
 * @shift:		clocksource shift
 * @basetime[clock_id]:	basetime per clock_id
 * @offset[clock_id]:	time namespace offset per clock_id
 * @tz_minuteswest:	minutes west of Greenwich
 * @tz_dsttime:		type of DST correction
 * @hrtimer_res:	hrtimer resolution
 * @__unused:		unused
 * @arch_data:		architecture specific data (optional, defaults
 *			to an empty struct)
 * vdso_data will be accessed by 64 bit and compat code at the same time
 * so we should be careful before modifying this structure.
 * @basetime is used to store the base time for the system wide time getter
 * VVAR page.
 * @offset is used by the special time namespace VVAR pages which are
 * installed instead of the real VVAR page. These namespace pages must set
 * @seq to 1 and @clock_mode to VDSO_CLOCKMODE_TIMENS to force the code into
 * the time namespace slow path. The namespace aware functions retrieve the
 * real system wide VVAR page, read host time and add the per clock offset.
 * For clocks which are not affected by time namespace adjustment the
 * offset must be zero.
struct vdso_data {
	u32			seq;

	s32			clock_mode;
	u64			cycle_last;
	u64			mask;
	u32			mult;
	u32			shift;

	union {
		struct vdso_timestamp	basetime[VDSO_BASES];
		struct timens_offset	offset[VDSO_BASES];

	s32			tz_minuteswest;
	s32			tz_dsttime;
	u32			hrtimer_res;
	u32			__unused;

	struct arch_vdso_data	arch_data;

 * We use the hidden visibility to prevent the compiler from generating a GOT
 * relocation. Not only is going through a GOT useless (the entry couldn't and
 * must not be overridden by another library), it does not even work: the linker
 * cannot generate an absolute address to the data page.
 * With the hidden visibility, the compiler simply generates a PC-relative
 * relocation, and this is what we need.
extern struct vdso_data _vdso_data[CS_BASES] __attribute__((visibility("hidden")));
extern struct vdso_data _timens_data[CS_BASES] __attribute__((visibility("hidden")));

 * The generic vDSO implementation requires that gettimeofday.h
 * provides:
 * - __arch_get_vdso_data(): to get the vdso datapage.
 * - __arch_get_hw_counter(): to get the hw counter based on the
 *   clock_mode.
 * - gettimeofday_fallback(): fallback for gettimeofday.
 * - clock_gettime_fallback(): fallback for clock_gettime.
 * - clock_getres_fallback(): fallback for clock_getres.
#include <asm/vdso/compat_gettimeofday.h>
#include <asm/vdso/gettimeofday.h>

#endif /* !__ASSEMBLY__ */

#endif /* __VDSO_DATAPAGE_H */