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// Copyright 2020 The Fuchsia Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <lib/sync/condition.h>
#include <lib/sync/mutex.h>
#include <lib/zx/time.h>
#include <threads.h>
#include <zircon/compiler.h>
#include <optional>
#include "behavior.h"
// SyncObj is the base class which defines the interface for synchronization
// objects (which behave like mutexes) used during profile inheritance stress
// testing. During testing, threads will acquire and release chains of these
// synchronization objects, lingering inside of them for randomized periods of
// time. The purpose is to create a large number of profile inheritance events
// which exercise as many difference scenarios as possible.
class __TA_CAPABILITY("mutex") SyncObj {
SyncObj() = default;
virtual ~SyncObj() = default;
virtual void Acquire(TestThreadBehavior& behavior) __TA_ACQUIRE() = 0;
virtual void Release() __TA_RELEASE() = 0;
virtual void Shutdown() {}
static zx::time GetAcqTimeout(TestThreadBehavior& behavior);
// MutexSyncObj is a very simple implementation of SyncObj which just uses a
// futex based mutex. This should provide a lot of coverage for the
// wait-and-assign-owner and wake-owner futex operations.
class MutexSyncObj : public SyncObj {
MutexSyncObj() = default;
~MutexSyncObj() override = default;
// TODO(johngro) : Add AssertHeld to sync_mutex_t so we can make the static
// analyzer happy when we attempt to acquire with a timeout.
void Acquire(TestThreadBehavior& behavior) override __TA_ACQUIRE(mutex_);
void Release() override __TA_RELEASE(mutex_);
sync_mutex_t mutex_;
// CondVarSyncObj is pretty much just an implementation of a mutex, but using a
// condvar. In real life, you would never actually want to do this (using an
// actual mutex based on a futex would be much better), but it allows us to
// exercise the wake and re-queue futex operation; something which typically
// sees little coverage (since condvars do not seem to be used nearly as much as
// other sync primitives in the system).
class CondVarSyncObj : public SyncObj {
CondVarSyncObj() = default;
~CondVarSyncObj() override = default;
void Acquire(TestThreadBehavior& behavior) override;
void Release() override;
void Shutdown() override;
sync_mutex_t mutex_;
sync_condition_t the_condition_;
std::optional<thrd_t> owner_ __TA_GUARDED(mutex_);
bool shutdown_now_ __TA_GUARDED(mutex_) = false;