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* Copyright (C) 2019 The Android Open Source Project
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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#pragma once
#include <stdint.h>
#include <string>
#include <libfiemap/split_fiemap_writer.h>
namespace android {
namespace fiemap {
// Given a file that will be created, determine the maximum size its containing
// filesystem allows. Note this is a theoretical maximum size; free space is
// ignored entirely.
FiemapStatus DetermineMaximumFileSize(const std::string& file_path, uint64_t* result);
// Given a SplitFiemap, this returns a device path that will work during first-
// stage init (i.e., its path can be found by InitRequiredDevices).
std::string GetDevicePathForFile(android::fiemap::SplitFiemap* file);
// Combine two path components into a single path.
std::string JoinPaths(const std::string& dir, const std::string& file);
// Given a file within an F2FS filesystem, return whether or not the filesystem
// supports the "pin_file" feature, which requires pinning before fallocation.
bool F2fsPinBeforeAllocate(int file_fd, bool* supported);
// Given a major/minor device number, return its canonical name such that
// /dev/block/<name> resolves to the device.
bool BlockDeviceToName(uint32_t major, uint32_t minor, std::string* bdev_name);
// This is the same as F2fsPinBeforeAllocate, however, it will return true
// (and supported = true) for non-f2fs filesystems. It is intended to be used
// in conjunction with ImageManager to reject image requests for reliable use
// cases (such as snapshots or adb remount).
bool FilesystemHasReliablePinning(const std::string& file, bool* supported);
// Crude implementation to check if |child| is a subdir of |parent|.
// Assume both are absolute paths.
bool IsSubdir(const std::string& child, const std::string& parent);
} // namespace fiemap
} // namespace android