Commit 31afa0a4 authored by Lennart Poettering's avatar Lennart Poettering

unit: rework stop pending logic

When a trigger unit wants to know if a stop is queued for it, we should
just check precisely that and do not check whether it is actually
stopped already. This is because we use these checks usually from state
change calls where the state variables are not updated yet.

This change splits unit_pending_inactive() into two calls
unit_inactive_or_pending() and unit_stop_pending(). The former checks
state and pending jobs, the latter only pending jobs.
parent 67fb4482
......@@ -593,7 +593,7 @@ static void automount_enter_runnning(Automount *a) {
/* We don't take mount requests anymore if we are supposed to
* shut down anyway */
if (unit_pending_inactive(UNIT(a))) {
if (unit_stop_pending(UNIT(a))) {
log_debug_unit(UNIT(a)->id,
"Suppressing automount request on %s since unit stop is scheduled.", UNIT(a)->id);
automount_send_ready(a, -EHOSTDOWN);
......
......@@ -363,8 +363,8 @@ static DBusHandlerResult api_bus_message_filter(DBusConnection *connection, DBus
log_debug("Got D-Bus activation request for %s", name);
if (manager_unit_pending_inactive(m, SPECIAL_DBUS_SERVICE) ||
manager_unit_pending_inactive(m, SPECIAL_DBUS_SOCKET)) {
if (manager_unit_inactive_or_pending(m, SPECIAL_DBUS_SERVICE) ||
manager_unit_inactive_or_pending(m, SPECIAL_DBUS_SOCKET)) {
r = -EADDRNOTAVAIL;
dbus_set_error(&error, BUS_ERROR_SHUTTING_DOWN, "Refusing activation, D-Bus is shutting down.");
} else {
......
......@@ -2328,7 +2328,7 @@ void manager_reset_failed(Manager *m) {
unit_reset_failed(u);
}
bool manager_unit_pending_inactive(Manager *m, const char *name) {
bool manager_unit_inactive_or_pending(Manager *m, const char *name) {
Unit *u;
assert(m);
......@@ -2339,7 +2339,7 @@ bool manager_unit_pending_inactive(Manager *m, const char *name) {
if (!u)
return true;
return unit_pending_inactive(u);
return unit_inactive_or_pending(u);
}
void manager_check_finished(Manager *m) {
......
......@@ -291,7 +291,7 @@ void manager_reset_failed(Manager *m);
void manager_send_unit_audit(Manager *m, Unit *u, int type, bool success);
void manager_send_unit_plymouth(Manager *m, Unit *u);
bool manager_unit_pending_inactive(Manager *m, const char *name);
bool manager_unit_inactive_or_pending(Manager *m, const char *name);
void manager_check_finished(Manager *m);
......
......@@ -523,7 +523,7 @@ static void path_enter_running(Path *p) {
dbus_error_init(&error);
/* Don't start job if we are supposed to go down */
if (unit_pending_inactive(UNIT(p)))
if (unit_stop_pending(UNIT(p)))
return;
r = manager_add_job(UNIT(p)->manager, JOB_START, UNIT_TRIGGER(UNIT(p)),
......
......@@ -1447,7 +1447,7 @@ static void socket_enter_running(Socket *s, int cfd) {
/* We don't take connections anymore if we are supposed to
* shut down anyway */
if (unit_pending_inactive(UNIT(s))) {
if (unit_stop_pending(UNIT(s))) {
log_debug_unit(UNIT(s)->id,
"Suppressing connection request on %s since unit stop is scheduled.",
UNIT(s)->id);
......@@ -1478,7 +1478,7 @@ static void socket_enter_running(Socket *s, int cfd) {
/* If there's already a start pending don't bother to
* do anything */
SET_FOREACH(u, UNIT(s)->dependencies[UNIT_TRIGGERS], i)
if (unit_pending_active(u)) {
if (unit_active_or_pending(u)) {
pending = true;
break;
}
......
......@@ -374,7 +374,7 @@ static void timer_enter_running(Timer *t) {
dbus_error_init(&error);
/* Don't start job if we are supposed to go down */
if (unit_pending_inactive(UNIT(t)))
if (unit_stop_pending(UNIT(t)))
return;
r = manager_add_job(UNIT(t)->manager, JOB_START, UNIT_TRIGGER(UNIT(t)),
......
......@@ -1206,19 +1206,19 @@ static void unit_check_unneeded(Unit *u) {
return;
SET_FOREACH(other, u->dependencies[UNIT_REQUIRED_BY], i)
if (unit_pending_active(other))
if (unit_active_or_pending(other))
return;
SET_FOREACH(other, u->dependencies[UNIT_REQUIRED_BY_OVERRIDABLE], i)
if (unit_pending_active(other))
if (unit_active_or_pending(other))
return;
SET_FOREACH(other, u->dependencies[UNIT_WANTED_BY], i)
if (unit_pending_active(other))
if (unit_active_or_pending(other))
return;
SET_FOREACH(other, u->dependencies[UNIT_BOUND_BY], i)
if (unit_pending_active(other))
if (unit_active_or_pending(other))
return;
log_info_unit(u->id, "Service %s is not needed anymore. Stopping.", u->id);
......@@ -2651,21 +2651,30 @@ Unit *unit_following(Unit *u) {
return NULL;
}
bool unit_pending_inactive(Unit *u) {
bool unit_stop_pending(Unit *u) {
assert(u);
/* Returns true if the unit is inactive or going down */
/* This call does check the current state of the unit. It's
* hence useful to be called from state change calls of the
* unit itself, where the state isn't updated yet. This is
* different from unit_inactive_or_pending() which checks both
* the current state and for a queued job. */
if (UNIT_IS_INACTIVE_OR_DEACTIVATING(unit_active_state(u)))
return true;
return u->job && u->job->type == JOB_STOP;
}
bool unit_inactive_or_pending(Unit *u) {
assert(u);
/* Returns true if the unit is inactive or going down */
if (u->job && u->job->type == JOB_STOP)
if (unit_stop_pending(u))
return true;
return false;
}
bool unit_pending_active(Unit *u) {
bool unit_active_or_pending(Unit *u) {
assert(u);
/* Returns true if the unit is active or going up */
......
......@@ -536,8 +536,9 @@ void unit_reset_failed(Unit *u);
Unit *unit_following(Unit *u);
bool unit_pending_inactive(Unit *u);
bool unit_pending_active(Unit *u);
bool unit_stop_pending(Unit *u);
bool unit_inactive_or_pending(Unit *u);
bool unit_active_or_pending(Unit *u);
int unit_add_default_target_dependency(Unit *u, Unit *target);
......
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