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 *  Adpated from linux/fs/bad_inode.c
 *  Copyright (C) 1997, Stephen Tweedie
 *  Provide stub functions for "stale" inodes, a bit friendlier than the
 *  -EIO that bad_inode.c does.
 *  $Id: stale_inode.c,v 1.6 2005/01/09 21:43:25 ezk Exp $

#include <linux/config.h>
#include <linux/version.h>

# include <linux/modversions.h>
#endif /* KERNEL_VERSION < 2.6.0 */
#include <linux/fs.h>
#include <linux/stat.h>
#include <linux/sched.h>

static struct address_space_operations unionfs_stale_aops;

 * The follow_link operation is special: it must behave as a no-op
 * so that a stale root inode can at least be unmounted. To do this
 * we must dput() the base and return the dentry with a dget().
static int stale_follow_link(struct dentry *dent, struct nameidata *nd)
      return vfs_follow_link(nd, ERR_PTR(-ESTALE));

static int return_ESTALE(void)
      return -ESTALE;

#define ESTALE_ERROR ((void *) (return_ESTALE))

static struct file_operations stale_file_ops =
      llseek:           ESTALE_ERROR,
      read:       ESTALE_ERROR,
      write:            ESTALE_ERROR,
      readdir:    ESTALE_ERROR,
      poll:       ESTALE_ERROR,
      ioctl:            ESTALE_ERROR,
      mmap:       ESTALE_ERROR,
      open:       ESTALE_ERROR,
      flush:            ESTALE_ERROR,
      release:    ESTALE_ERROR,
      fsync:            ESTALE_ERROR,
      fasync:           ESTALE_ERROR,
      lock:       ESTALE_ERROR,

struct inode_operations stale_inode_ops =
      create:           ESTALE_ERROR,
      lookup:           ESTALE_ERROR,
      link:       ESTALE_ERROR,
      unlink:           ESTALE_ERROR,
      symlink:    ESTALE_ERROR,
      mkdir:            ESTALE_ERROR,
      rmdir:            ESTALE_ERROR,
      mknod:            ESTALE_ERROR,
      rename:           ESTALE_ERROR,
      readlink:   ESTALE_ERROR,
      follow_link:      stale_follow_link,
      truncate:   ESTALE_ERROR,
      permission: ESTALE_ERROR,
      revalidate: ESTALE_ERROR,

 * When a filesystem is unable to read an inode due to an I/O error in
 * its read_inode() function, it can call make_stale_inode() to return a
 * set of stubs which will return ESTALE errors as required.
 * We only need to do limited initialisation: all other fields are
 * preinitialised to zero automatically.

 *    make_stale_inode - mark an inode stale due to an I/O error
 *    @inode: Inode to mark stale
 *    When an inode cannot be read due to a media or remote network
 *    failure this function makes the inode "stale" and causes I/O operations
 *    on it to fail from this point on.

void make_stale_inode(struct inode * inode)
      inode->i_mode = S_IFREG;
      inode->i_atime = inode->i_mtime = inode->i_ctime = CURRENT_TIME;
      inode->i_op = &stale_inode_ops;
      inode->i_fop = &stale_file_ops;
      inode->i_mapping->a_ops = &unionfs_stale_aops;

 * This tests whether an inode has been flagged as stale. The test uses
 * &stale_inode_ops to cover the case of invalidated inodes as well as
 * those created by make_stale_inode() above.

 *    is_stale_inode - is an inode errored
 *    @inode: inode to test
 *    Returns true if the inode in question has been marked as stale.

int is_stale_inode(struct inode * inode)
      return (inode->i_op == &stale_inode_ops);

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