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1/*
2   Unix SMB/CIFS implementation.
3   SMB parameters and setup, plus a whole lot more.
4   
5   Copyright (C) Andrew Tridgell              1992-2000
6   Copyright (C) John H Terpstra              1996-2002
7   Copyright (C) Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton 1996-2000
8   Copyright (C) Paul Ashton                  1998-2000
9   Copyright (C) Simo Sorce                   2001-2002
10   Copyright (C) Martin Pool                  2002
11   
12   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
13   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
14   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
15   (at your option) any later version.
16   
17   This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
18   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
19   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
20   GNU General Public License for more details.
21   
22   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
23   along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
24   Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
25*/
26
27#ifndef _SMB_H
28#define _SMB_H
29
30/* logged when starting the various Samba daemons */
31#define COPYRIGHT_STARTUP_MESSAGE       "Copyright Andrew Tridgell and the Samba Team 1992-2007"
32
33
34#if defined(LARGE_SMB_OFF_T)
35#define BUFFER_SIZE (128*1024)
36#else /* no large readwrite possible */
37#define BUFFER_SIZE (0xFFFF)
38#endif
39
40#define SAFETY_MARGIN 1024
41#define LARGE_WRITEX_HDR_SIZE 65
42
43#define NMB_PORT 137
44#define DGRAM_PORT 138
45#define SMB_PORT1 445
46#define SMB_PORT2 139
47#define SMB_PORTS "445 139"
48
49#define Undefined (-1)
50#define False (0)
51#define True (1)
52#define Auto (2)
53#define Required (3)
54
55#define SIZEOFWORD 2
56
57#ifndef DEF_CREATE_MASK
58#define DEF_CREATE_MASK (0755)
59#endif
60
61/* string manipulation flags - see clistr.c and srvstr.c */
62#define STR_TERMINATE 1
63#define STR_UPPER 2
64#define STR_ASCII 4
65#define STR_UNICODE 8
66#define STR_NOALIGN 16
67#define STR_TERMINATE_ASCII 128
68
69/* how long to wait for secondary SMB packets (milli-seconds) */
70#define SMB_SECONDARY_WAIT (60*1000)
71
72/* Debugging stuff */
73#include "debug.h"
74
75/* this defines the error codes that receive_smb can put in smb_read_error */
76#define READ_TIMEOUT 1
77#define READ_EOF 2
78#define READ_ERROR 3
79#define WRITE_ERROR 4 /* This error code can go into the client smb_rw_error. */
80#define READ_BAD_SIG 5
81#define DO_NOT_DO_TDIS 6 /* cli_close_connection() check for this when smbfs wants to keep tree connected */
82
83#define DIR_STRUCT_SIZE 43
84
85/* these define the attribute byte as seen by DOS */
86#define aRONLY (1L<<0)          /* 0x01 */
87#define aHIDDEN (1L<<1)         /* 0x02 */
88#define aSYSTEM (1L<<2)         /* 0x04 */
89#define aVOLID (1L<<3)          /* 0x08 */
90#define aDIR (1L<<4)            /* 0x10 */
91#define aARCH (1L<<5)           /* 0x20 */
92
93/* deny modes */
94#define DENY_DOS 0
95#define DENY_ALL 1
96#define DENY_WRITE 2
97#define DENY_READ 3
98#define DENY_NONE 4
99#define DENY_FCB 7
100
101/* open modes */
102#define DOS_OPEN_RDONLY 0
103#define DOS_OPEN_WRONLY 1
104#define DOS_OPEN_RDWR 2
105#define DOS_OPEN_EXEC 3
106#define DOS_OPEN_FCB 0xF
107
108/* define shifts and masks for share and open modes. */
109#define OPENX_MODE_MASK 0xF
110#define DENY_MODE_SHIFT 4
111#define DENY_MODE_MASK 0x7
112#define GET_OPENX_MODE(x) ((x) & OPENX_MODE_MASK)
113#define SET_OPENX_MODE(x) ((x) & OPENX_MODE_MASK)
114#define GET_DENY_MODE(x) (((x)>>DENY_MODE_SHIFT) & DENY_MODE_MASK)
115#define SET_DENY_MODE(x) (((x) & DENY_MODE_MASK) <<DENY_MODE_SHIFT)
116
117/* Sync on open file (not sure if used anymore... ?) */
118#define FILE_SYNC_OPENMODE (1<<14)
119#define GET_FILE_SYNC_OPENMODE(x) (((x) & FILE_SYNC_OPENMODE) ? True : False)
120
121/* open disposition values */
122#define OPENX_FILE_EXISTS_FAIL 0
123#define OPENX_FILE_EXISTS_OPEN 1
124#define OPENX_FILE_EXISTS_TRUNCATE 2
125
126/* mask for open disposition. */
127#define OPENX_FILE_OPEN_MASK 0x3
128
129#define GET_FILE_OPENX_DISPOSITION(x) ((x) & FILE_OPEN_MASK)
130#define SET_FILE_OPENX_DISPOSITION(x) ((x) & FILE_OPEN_MASK)
131
132/* The above can be OR'ed with... */
133#define OPENX_FILE_CREATE_IF_NOT_EXIST 0x10
134#define OPENX_FILE_FAIL_IF_NOT_EXIST 0
135
136#include "doserr.h"
137
138typedef union unid_t {
139        uid_t uid;
140        gid_t gid;
141} unid_t;
142
143/*
144 * SMB UCS2 (16-bit unicode) internal type.
145 * smb_ucs2_t is *always* in little endian format.
146 */
147
148typedef uint16 smb_ucs2_t;
149
150/* ucs2 string types. */
151typedef smb_ucs2_t wpstring[PSTRING_LEN];
152typedef smb_ucs2_t wfstring[FSTRING_LEN];
153
154#ifdef WORDS_BIGENDIAN
155#define UCS2_SHIFT 8
156#else
157#define UCS2_SHIFT 0
158#endif
159
160/* turn a 7 bit character into a ucs2 character */
161#define UCS2_CHAR(c) ((c) << UCS2_SHIFT)
162
163/* return an ascii version of a ucs2 character */
164#define UCS2_TO_CHAR(c) (((c) >> UCS2_SHIFT) & 0xff)
165
166/* Copy into a smb_ucs2_t from a possibly unaligned buffer. Return the copied smb_ucs2_t */
167#define COPY_UCS2_CHAR(dest,src) (((unsigned char *)(dest))[0] = ((unsigned char *)(src))[0],\
168                                ((unsigned char *)(dest))[1] = ((unsigned char *)(src))[1], (dest))
169
170/* Large data type for manipulating uint32 unicode codepoints */
171typedef uint32 codepoint_t;
172#define INVALID_CODEPOINT ((codepoint_t)-1)
173
174/* pipe string names */
175#define PIPE_LANMAN   "\\PIPE\\LANMAN"
176#define PIPE_SRVSVC   "\\PIPE\\srvsvc"
177#define PIPE_SAMR     "\\PIPE\\samr"
178#define PIPE_WINREG   "\\PIPE\\winreg"
179#define PIPE_WKSSVC   "\\PIPE\\wkssvc"
180#define PIPE_NETLOGON "\\PIPE\\NETLOGON"
181#define PIPE_NTLSA    "\\PIPE\\ntlsa"
182#define PIPE_NTSVCS   "\\PIPE\\ntsvcs"
183#define PIPE_LSASS    "\\PIPE\\lsass"
184#define PIPE_LSARPC   "\\PIPE\\lsarpc"
185#define PIPE_SPOOLSS  "\\PIPE\\spoolss"
186#define PIPE_NETDFS   "\\PIPE\\netdfs"
187#define PIPE_ECHO     "\\PIPE\\rpcecho"
188#define PIPE_SHUTDOWN "\\PIPE\\initshutdown"
189#define PIPE_EPM      "\\PIPE\\epmapper"
190#define PIPE_SVCCTL   "\\PIPE\\svcctl"
191#define PIPE_EVENTLOG "\\PIPE\\eventlog"
192
193#define PIPE_NETLOGON_PLAIN "\\NETLOGON"
194
195#define PI_LSARPC               0
196#define PI_LSARPC_DS            1
197#define PI_SAMR                 2
198#define PI_NETLOGON             3
199#define PI_SRVSVC               4
200#define PI_WKSSVC               5
201#define PI_WINREG               6
202#define PI_SPOOLSS              7
203#define PI_NETDFS               8
204#define PI_ECHO                 9
205#define PI_SHUTDOWN             10
206#define PI_SVCCTL               11
207#define PI_EVENTLOG             12
208#define PI_NTSVCS               13
209#define PI_MAX_PIPES            14
210
211/* 64 bit time (100usec) since ????? - cifs6.txt, section 3.5, page 30 */
212typedef uint64_t NTTIME;
213
214
215/* Allowable account control bits */
216#define ACB_DISABLED                    0x00000001  /* 1 = User account disabled */
217#define ACB_HOMDIRREQ                   0x00000002  /* 1 = Home directory required */
218#define ACB_PWNOTREQ                    0x00000004  /* 1 = User password not required */
219#define ACB_TEMPDUP                     0x00000008  /* 1 = Temporary duplicate account */
220#define ACB_NORMAL                      0x00000010  /* 1 = Normal user account */
221#define ACB_MNS                         0x00000020  /* 1 = MNS logon user account */
222#define ACB_DOMTRUST                    0x00000040  /* 1 = Interdomain trust account */
223#define ACB_WSTRUST                     0x00000080  /* 1 = Workstation trust account */
224#define ACB_SVRTRUST                    0x00000100  /* 1 = Server trust account (BDC) */
225#define ACB_PWNOEXP                     0x00000200  /* 1 = User password does not expire */
226#define ACB_AUTOLOCK                    0x00000400  /* 1 = Account auto locked */
227
228/* only valid for > Windows 2000 */
229#define ACB_ENC_TXT_PWD_ALLOWED         0x00000800  /* 1 = Text password encryped */
230#define ACB_SMARTCARD_REQUIRED          0x00001000  /* 1 = Smart Card required */
231#define ACB_TRUSTED_FOR_DELEGATION      0x00002000  /* 1 = Trusted for Delegation */
232#define ACB_NOT_DELEGATED               0x00004000  /* 1 = Not delegated */
233#define ACB_USE_DES_KEY_ONLY            0x00008000  /* 1 = Use DES key only */
234#define ACB_DONT_REQUIRE_PREAUTH        0x00010000  /* 1 = Preauth not required */
235#define ACB_PWEXPIRED                   0x00020000  /* 1 = Password is expired */
236#define ACB_NO_AUTH_DATA_REQD           0x00080000  /* 1 = No authorization data required */
237
238#define MAX_HOURS_LEN 32
239
240#ifndef MAXSUBAUTHS
241#define MAXSUBAUTHS 15 /* max sub authorities in a SID */
242#endif
243
244#define SID_MAX_SIZE ((size_t)(8+(MAXSUBAUTHS*4)))
245
246/* SID Types */
247enum lsa_SidType {
248        SID_NAME_USE_NONE = 0,
249        SID_NAME_USER    = 1, /* user */
250        SID_NAME_DOM_GRP,     /* domain group */
251        SID_NAME_DOMAIN,      /* domain sid */
252        SID_NAME_ALIAS,       /* local group */
253        SID_NAME_WKN_GRP,     /* well-known group */
254        SID_NAME_DELETED,     /* deleted account: needed for c2 rating */
255        SID_NAME_INVALID,     /* invalid account */
256        SID_NAME_UNKNOWN,     /* unknown sid type */
257        SID_NAME_COMPUTER     /* sid for a computer */
258};
259
260#define LOOKUP_NAME_ISOLATED 1  /* Look up unqualified names */
261#define LOOKUP_NAME_REMOTE   2  /* Ask others */
262#define LOOKUP_NAME_ALL (LOOKUP_NAME_ISOLATED|LOOKUP_NAME_REMOTE)
263
264#define LOOKUP_NAME_GROUP    4  /* (unused) This is a NASTY hack for valid users = @foo
265                                 * where foo also exists in as user. */
266
267/**
268 * @brief Security Identifier
269 *
270 * @sa http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/security/accctrl_38yn.asp
271 **/
272typedef struct dom_sid {
273        uint8  sid_rev_num;             /**< SID revision number */
274        uint8  num_auths;               /**< Number of sub-authorities */
275        uint8  id_auth[6];              /**< Identifier Authority */
276        /*
277         *  Pointer to sub-authorities.
278         *
279         * @note The values in these uint32's are in *native* byteorder, not
280         * neccessarily little-endian...... JRA.
281         */
282        uint32 sub_auths[MAXSUBAUTHS]; 
283} DOM_SID;
284
285#define dom_sid2 dom_sid
286#define dom_sid28 dom_sid
287
288enum id_mapping {
289        ID_UNKNOWN,
290        ID_MAPPED,
291        ID_UNMAPPED
292};
293
294enum id_type {
295        ID_TYPE_UID,
296        ID_TYPE_GID
297};
298
299struct unixid {
300        uint32_t id;
301        enum id_type type;
302};
303
304struct id_map {
305        DOM_SID *sid;
306        struct unixid xid;
307        enum id_mapping status;
308};
309
310#include "librpc/ndr/misc.h"
311#include "librpc/ndr/security.h"
312#include "librpc/ndr/libndr.h"
313#include "librpc/gen_ndr/wkssvc.h"
314
315struct lsa_dom_info {
316        BOOL valid;
317        DOM_SID sid;
318        const char *name;
319        int num_idxs;
320        int *idxs;
321};
322
323struct lsa_name_info {
324        uint32 rid;
325        enum lsa_SidType type;
326        const char *name;
327        int dom_idx;
328};
329
330/* Some well-known SIDs */
331extern const DOM_SID global_sid_World_Domain;
332extern const DOM_SID global_sid_World;
333extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Creator_Owner_Domain;
334extern const DOM_SID global_sid_NT_Authority;
335extern const DOM_SID global_sid_System;
336extern const DOM_SID global_sid_NULL;
337extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Authenticated_Users;
338extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Network;
339extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Creator_Owner;
340extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Creator_Group;
341extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Anonymous;
342extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin;
343extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_Administrators;
344extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_Users;
345extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_Guests;
346extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_Power_Users;
347extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_Account_Operators;
348extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_Server_Operators;
349extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_Print_Operators;
350extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_Backup_Operators;
351extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_Replicator;
352extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Builtin_PreWin2kAccess;
353extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Unix_Users;
354extern const DOM_SID global_sid_Unix_Groups;
355
356/*
357 * The complete list of SIDS belonging to this user.
358 * Created when a vuid is registered.
359 * The definition of the user_sids array is as follows :
360 *
361 * token->user_sids[0] = primary user SID.
362 * token->user_sids[1] = primary group SID.
363 * token->user_sids[2..num_sids] = supplementary group SIDS.
364 */
365
366#define PRIMARY_USER_SID_INDEX 0
367#define PRIMARY_GROUP_SID_INDEX 1
368
369typedef struct nt_user_token {
370        size_t num_sids;
371        DOM_SID *user_sids;
372        SE_PRIV privileges;
373} NT_USER_TOKEN;
374
375typedef struct _unix_token {
376        uid_t uid;
377        gid_t gid;
378        int ngroups;
379        gid_t *groups;
380} UNIX_USER_TOKEN;
381
382/* 32 bit time (sec) since 01jan1970 - cifs6.txt, section 3.5, page 30 */
383typedef struct time_info {
384        uint32 time;
385} UTIME;
386
387/* Structure used when SMBwritebmpx is active */
388typedef struct {
389        size_t wr_total_written; /* So we know when to discard this */
390        int32 wr_timeout;
391        int32 wr_errclass; /* Cached errors */
392        int32 wr_error; /* Cached errors */
393        NTSTATUS wr_status; /* Cached errors */
394        BOOL  wr_mode; /* write through mode) */
395        BOOL  wr_discard; /* discard all further data */
396} write_bmpx_struct;
397
398typedef struct write_cache {
399        SMB_OFF_T file_size;
400        SMB_OFF_T offset;
401        size_t alloc_size;
402        size_t data_size;
403        char *data;
404} write_cache;
405
406typedef struct {
407        smb_ucs2_t *origname;
408        smb_ucs2_t *filename;
409        SMB_STRUCT_STAT *statinfo;
410} smb_filename;
411
412#include "fake_file.h"
413
414struct fd_handle {
415        size_t ref_count;
416        int fd;
417        SMB_BIG_UINT position_information;
418        SMB_OFF_T pos;
419        uint32 private_options; /* NT Create options, but we only look at
420                                 * NTCREATEX_OPTIONS_PRIVATE_DENY_DOS and
421                                 * NTCREATEX_OPTIONS_PRIVATE_DENY_FCB (Except
422                                 * for print files *only*, where
423                                 * DELETE_ON_CLOSE is not stored in the share
424                                 * mode database.
425                                 */
426        unsigned long file_id;
427};
428
429struct messaging_context;
430struct event_context;
431struct fd_event;
432struct timed_event;
433struct idle_event;
434struct share_mode_entry;
435struct uuid;
436
437struct vfs_fsp_data {
438    struct vfs_fsp_data *next;
439    struct vfs_handle_struct *owner;
440    /* NOTE: This structure contains two pointers so that we can guarantee
441     * that the end of the structure is always both 4-byte and 8-byte aligned.
442     */
443};
444
445/* the basic packet size, assuming no words or bytes */
446#define smb_size 39
447
448struct notify_change {
449        uint32_t action;
450        const char *name;
451};
452
453struct notify_mid_map;
454struct notify_entry;
455struct notify_event;
456struct notify_change_request;
457struct sys_notify_backend;
458struct sys_notify_context {
459        struct event_context *ev;
460        struct connection_struct *conn;
461        void *private_data;     /* For use by the system backend */
462};
463
464struct notify_change_buf {
465        /*
466         * If no requests are pending, changes are queued here. Simple array,
467         * we only append.
468         */
469
470        /*
471         * num_changes == -1 means that we have got a catch-all change, when
472         * asked we just return NT_STATUS_OK without specific changes.
473         */
474        int num_changes;
475        struct notify_change *changes;
476
477        /*
478         * If no changes are around requests are queued here. Using a linked
479         * list, because we have to append at the end and delete from the top.
480         */
481        struct notify_change_request *requests;
482};
483
484typedef struct files_struct {
485        struct files_struct *next, *prev;
486        int fnum;
487        struct connection_struct *conn;
488        struct fd_handle *fh;
489        unsigned int num_smb_operations;
490        uint16 rap_print_jobid;
491        SMB_DEV_T dev;
492        SMB_INO_T inode;
493        SMB_BIG_UINT initial_allocation_size; /* Faked up initial allocation on disk. */
494        mode_t mode;
495        uint16 file_pid;
496        uint16 vuid;
497        write_bmpx_struct *wbmpx_ptr;
498        write_cache *wcp;
499        struct timeval open_time;
500        uint32 access_mask;             /* NTCreateX access bits (FILE_READ_DATA etc.) */
501        uint32 share_access;            /* NTCreateX share constants (FILE_SHARE_READ|FILE_SHARE_WRITE|FILE_SHARE_DELETE). */
502        BOOL pending_modtime_owner;
503        struct timespec pending_modtime;
504        struct timespec last_write_time;
505        int oplock_type;
506        int sent_oplock_break;
507        struct timed_event *oplock_timeout;
508        struct lock_struct last_lock_failure;
509        int current_lock_count; /* Count the number of outstanding locks and pending locks. */
510
511        struct share_mode_entry *pending_break_messages;
512        int num_pending_break_messages;
513
514        BOOL can_lock;
515        BOOL can_read;
516        BOOL can_write;
517        BOOL print_file;
518        BOOL modified;
519        BOOL is_directory;
520        BOOL is_stat;
521        BOOL aio_write_behind;
522        BOOL lockdb_clean;
523        BOOL initial_delete_on_close; /* Only set at NTCreateX if file was created. */
524        BOOL posix_open;
525        char *fsp_name;
526
527        struct vfs_fsp_data *vfs_extension;
528        FAKE_FILE_HANDLE *fake_file_handle;
529
530        struct notify_change_buf *notify;
531} files_struct;
532
533#include "ntquotas.h"
534#include "sysquotas.h"
535
536/* used to hold an arbitrary blob of data */
537typedef struct data_blob_ {
538        uint8 *data;
539        size_t length;
540        void (*free)(struct data_blob_ *data_blob);
541} DATA_BLOB;
542
543/*
544 * Structure used to keep directory state information around.
545 * Used in NT change-notify code.
546 */
547
548typedef struct {
549        time_t modify_time;
550        time_t status_time;
551} dir_status_struct;
552
553struct vuid_cache_entry {
554        uint16 vuid;
555        BOOL read_only;
556        BOOL admin_user;
557};
558
559struct vuid_cache {
560        unsigned int entries;
561        struct vuid_cache_entry array[VUID_CACHE_SIZE];
562};
563
564typedef struct {
565        char *name;
566        BOOL is_wild;
567} name_compare_entry;
568
569struct trans_state {
570        struct trans_state *next, *prev;
571        uint16 vuid;
572        uint16 mid;
573
574        uint32 max_param_return;
575        uint32 max_data_return;
576        uint32 max_setup_return;
577
578        uint8 cmd;              /* SMBtrans or SMBtrans2 */
579
580        fstring name;           /* for trans requests */
581        uint16 call;            /* for trans2 and nttrans requests */
582
583        BOOL close_on_completion;
584        BOOL one_way;
585
586        unsigned int setup_count;
587        uint16 *setup;
588
589        size_t received_data;
590        size_t received_param;
591
592        size_t total_param;
593        char *param;
594
595        size_t total_data;
596        char *data;
597};
598
599/* Include VFS stuff */
600
601struct security_descriptor_info;
602
603#include "smb_acls.h"
604#include "vfs.h"
605
606struct dfree_cached_info {
607        time_t last_dfree_time;
608        SMB_BIG_UINT dfree_ret;
609        SMB_BIG_UINT bsize;
610        SMB_BIG_UINT dfree;
611        SMB_BIG_UINT dsize;
612};
613
614struct dptr_struct;
615
616struct share_params {
617        int service;
618};
619
620struct share_iterator {
621        int next_id;
622};
623
624typedef struct connection_struct {
625        struct connection_struct *next, *prev;
626        TALLOC_CTX *mem_ctx; /* long-lived memory context for things hanging off this struct. */
627        unsigned cnum; /* an index passed over the wire */
628        struct share_params *params;
629        BOOL force_user;
630        BOOL force_group;
631        struct vuid_cache vuid_cache;
632        struct dptr_struct *dirptr;
633        BOOL printer;
634        BOOL ipc;
635        BOOL read_only; /* Attributes for the current user of the share. */
636        BOOL admin_user; /* Attributes for the current user of the share. */
637        char *dirpath;
638        char *connectpath;
639        char *origpath;
640
641        struct vfs_ops vfs;                   /* Filesystem operations */
642        struct vfs_ops vfs_opaque;                      /* OPAQUE Filesystem operations */
643        struct vfs_handle_struct *vfs_handles;          /* for the new plugins */
644
645        char *user; /* name of user who *opened* this connection */
646        uid_t uid; /* uid of user who *opened* this connection */
647        gid_t gid; /* gid of user who *opened* this connection */
648        char client_address[18]; /* String version of client IP address. */
649
650        uint16 vuid; /* vuid of user who *opened* this connection, or UID_FIELD_INVALID */
651
652        /* following groups stuff added by ih */
653
654        /* This groups info is valid for the user that *opened* the connection */
655        size_t ngroups;
656        gid_t *groups;
657        NT_USER_TOKEN *nt_user_token;
658       
659        time_t lastused;
660        time_t lastused_count;
661        BOOL used;
662        int num_files_open;
663        unsigned int num_smb_operations; /* Count of smb operations on this tree. */
664
665        BOOL case_sensitive;
666        BOOL case_preserve;
667        BOOL short_case_preserve;
668
669        name_compare_entry *hide_list; /* Per-share list of files to return as hidden. */
670        name_compare_entry *veto_list; /* Per-share list of files to veto (never show). */
671        name_compare_entry *veto_oplock_list; /* Per-share list of files to refuse oplocks on. */       
672        name_compare_entry *aio_write_behind_list; /* Per-share list of files to use aio write behind on. */       
673        struct dfree_cached_info *dfree_info;
674        struct trans_state *pending_trans;
675        struct notify_context *notify_ctx;
676} connection_struct;
677
678struct current_user {
679        connection_struct *conn;
680        uint16 vuid;
681        UNIX_USER_TOKEN ut;
682        NT_USER_TOKEN *nt_user_token;
683};
684
685/* Defines for the sent_oplock_break field above. */
686#define NO_BREAK_SENT 0
687#define BREAK_TO_NONE_SENT 1
688#define LEVEL_II_BREAK_SENT 2
689
690typedef struct {
691        fstring smb_name; /* user name from the client */
692        fstring unix_name; /* unix user name of a validated user */
693        fstring full_name; /* to store full name (such as "Joe Bloggs") from gecos field of password file */
694        fstring domain; /* domain that the client specified */
695} userdom_struct;
696
697/* Extra fields above "LPQ_PRINTING" are used to map extra NT status codes. */
698
699enum {LPQ_QUEUED=0,LPQ_PAUSED,LPQ_SPOOLING,LPQ_PRINTING,LPQ_ERROR,LPQ_DELETING,
700      LPQ_OFFLINE,LPQ_PAPEROUT,LPQ_PRINTED,LPQ_DELETED,LPQ_BLOCKED,LPQ_USER_INTERVENTION};
701
702typedef struct _print_queue_struct {
703        int job;                /* normally the UNIX jobid -- see note in
704                                   printing.c:traverse_fn_delete() */
705        int size;
706        int page_count;
707        int status;
708        int priority;
709        time_t time;
710        fstring fs_user;
711        fstring fs_file;
712} print_queue_struct;
713
714enum {LPSTAT_OK, LPSTAT_STOPPED, LPSTAT_ERROR};
715
716typedef struct {
717        fstring message;
718        int qcount;
719        int status;
720}  print_status_struct;
721
722/* used for server information: client, nameserv and ipc */
723struct server_info_struct {
724        fstring name;
725        uint32 type;
726        fstring comment;
727        fstring domain; /* used ONLY in ipc.c NOT namework.c */
728        BOOL server_added; /* used ONLY in ipc.c NOT namework.c */
729};
730
731/* used for network interfaces */
732struct interface {
733        struct interface *next, *prev;
734        struct in_addr ip;
735        struct in_addr bcast;
736        struct in_addr nmask;
737};
738
739/* Internal message queue for deferred opens. */
740struct pending_message_list {
741        struct pending_message_list *next, *prev;
742        struct timeval request_time; /* When was this first issued? */
743        struct timeval end_time; /* When does this time out? */
744        DATA_BLOB buf;
745        DATA_BLOB private_data;
746};
747
748#define SHARE_MODE_FLAG_POSIX_OPEN      0x1
749
750/* struct returned by get_share_modes */
751struct share_mode_entry {
752        struct process_id pid;
753        uint16 op_mid;
754        uint16 op_type;
755        uint32 access_mask;             /* NTCreateX access bits (FILE_READ_DATA etc.) */
756        uint32 share_access;            /* NTCreateX share constants (FILE_SHARE_READ|FILE_SHARE_WRITE|FILE_SHARE_DELETE). */
757        uint32 private_options; /* NT Create options, but we only look at
758                                 * NTCREATEX_OPTIONS_PRIVATE_DENY_DOS and
759                                 * NTCREATEX_OPTIONS_PRIVATE_DENY_FCB for
760                                 * smbstatus and swat */
761        struct timeval time;
762        SMB_DEV_T dev;
763        SMB_INO_T inode;
764        unsigned long share_file_id;
765        uint32 uid;             /* uid of file opener. */
766        uint16 flags;           /* POSIX_OPEN only defined so far... */
767};
768
769/* oplock break message definition - linearization of share_mode_entry.
770
771Offset  Data                    length.
7720       struct process_id pid   4
7734       uint16 op_mid           2
7746       uint16 op_type          2
7758       uint32 access_mask      4
77612      uint32 share_access     4
77716      uint32 private_options  4
77820      uint32 time sec         4
77924      uint32 time usec        4
78028      SMB_DEV_T dev           8 bytes.
78136      SMB_INO_T inode         8 bytes
78244      unsigned long file_id   4 bytes
78348      uint32 uid              4 bytes
78452      uint16 flags            2 bytes
78554
786
787*/
788#define MSG_SMB_SHARE_MODE_ENTRY_SIZE 54
789
790struct share_mode_lock {
791        const char *servicepath; /* canonicalized. */
792        const char *filename;
793        SMB_DEV_T dev;
794        SMB_INO_T ino;
795        int num_share_modes;
796        struct share_mode_entry *share_modes;
797        UNIX_USER_TOKEN *delete_token;
798        BOOL delete_on_close;
799        BOOL fresh;
800        BOOL modified;
801};
802
803/*
804 * Internal structure of locking.tdb share mode db.
805 * Used by locking.c and libsmbsharemodes.c
806 */
807
808struct locking_data {
809        union {
810                struct {
811                        int num_share_mode_entries;
812                        BOOL delete_on_close;
813                        uint32 delete_token_size; /* Only valid if either of
814                                                     the two previous fields
815                                                     are True. */
816                } s;
817                struct share_mode_entry dummy; /* Needed for alignment. */
818        } u;
819        /* The following four entries are implicit
820           struct share_mode_entry modes[num_share_mode_entries];
821           char unix_token[delete_token_size] (divisible by 4).
822           char share_name[];
823           char file_name[];
824        */
825};
826
827/* Used to store pipe open records for NetFileEnum() */
828
829struct pipe_open_rec {
830        struct process_id pid;
831        uid_t uid;
832        int pnum;
833        fstring name;
834};
835
836
837#define NT_HASH_LEN 16
838#define LM_HASH_LEN 16
839
840/* Password history contants. */
841#define PW_HISTORY_SALT_LEN 16
842#define SALTED_MD5_HASH_LEN 16
843#define PW_HISTORY_ENTRY_LEN (PW_HISTORY_SALT_LEN+SALTED_MD5_HASH_LEN)
844#define MAX_PW_HISTORY_LEN 24
845
846/*
847 * Flags for account policy.
848 */
849#define AP_MIN_PASSWORD_LEN             1
850#define AP_PASSWORD_HISTORY             2
851#define AP_USER_MUST_LOGON_TO_CHG_PASS  3
852#define AP_MAX_PASSWORD_AGE             4
853#define AP_MIN_PASSWORD_AGE             5
854#define AP_LOCK_ACCOUNT_DURATION        6
855#define AP_RESET_COUNT_TIME             7
856#define AP_BAD_ATTEMPT_LOCKOUT          8
857#define AP_TIME_TO_LOGOUT               9
858#define AP_REFUSE_MACHINE_PW_CHANGE     10
859
860/*
861 * Flags for local user manipulation.
862 */
863
864#define LOCAL_ADD_USER 0x1
865#define LOCAL_DELETE_USER 0x2
866#define LOCAL_DISABLE_USER 0x4
867#define LOCAL_ENABLE_USER 0x8
868#define LOCAL_TRUST_ACCOUNT 0x10
869#define LOCAL_SET_NO_PASSWORD 0x20
870#define LOCAL_SET_PASSWORD 0x40
871#define LOCAL_SET_LDAP_ADMIN_PW 0x80
872#define LOCAL_INTERDOM_ACCOUNT 0x100
873#define LOCAL_AM_ROOT 0x200  /* Act as root */
874
875/* key and data in the connections database - used in smbstatus and smbd */
876struct connections_key {
877        struct process_id pid;
878        int cnum;
879        fstring name;
880};
881
882struct connections_data {
883        int magic;
884        struct process_id pid;
885        int cnum;
886        uid_t uid;
887        gid_t gid;
888        char name[24];
889        char addr[24];
890        char machine[FSTRING_LEN];
891        time_t start;
892        uint32 bcast_msg_flags;
893};
894
895
896/* the following are used by loadparm for option lists */
897typedef enum {
898        P_BOOL,P_BOOLREV,P_CHAR,P_INTEGER,P_OCTAL,P_LIST,
899        P_STRING,P_USTRING,P_GSTRING,P_UGSTRING,P_ENUM,P_SEP
900} parm_type;
901
902typedef enum {
903        P_LOCAL,P_GLOBAL,P_SEPARATOR,P_NONE
904} parm_class;
905
906struct enum_list {
907        int value;
908        const char *name;
909};
910
911struct parm_struct {
912        const char *label;
913        parm_type type;
914        parm_class p_class;
915        void *ptr;
916        BOOL (*special)(int snum, const char *, char **);
917        const struct enum_list *enum_list;
918        unsigned flags;
919        union {
920                BOOL bvalue;
921                int ivalue;
922                char *svalue;
923                char cvalue;
924                char **lvalue;
925        } def;
926};
927
928/* The following flags are used in SWAT */
929#define FLAG_BASIC      0x0001 /* Display only in BASIC view */
930#define FLAG_SHARE      0x0002 /* file sharing options */
931#define FLAG_PRINT      0x0004 /* printing options */
932#define FLAG_GLOBAL     0x0008 /* local options that should be globally settable in SWAT */
933#define FLAG_WIZARD     0x0010 /* Parameters that the wizard will operate on */
934#define FLAG_ADVANCED   0x0020 /* Parameters that will be visible in advanced view */
935#define FLAG_DEVELOPER  0x0040 /* No longer used */
936#define FLAG_DEPRECATED 0x1000 /* options that should no longer be used */
937#define FLAG_HIDE       0x2000 /* options that should be hidden in SWAT */
938#define FLAG_DOS_STRING 0x4000 /* convert from UNIX to DOS codepage when reading this string. */
939
940struct bitmap {
941        uint32 *b;
942        unsigned int n;
943};
944
945/* offsets into message for common items */
946#define smb_com 8
947#define smb_rcls 9
948#define smb_reh 10
949#define smb_err 11
950#define smb_flg 13
951#define smb_flg2 14
952#define smb_pidhigh 16
953#define smb_ss_field 18
954#define smb_tid 28
955#define smb_pid 30
956#define smb_uid 32
957#define smb_mid 34
958#define smb_wct 36
959#define smb_vwv 37
960#define smb_vwv0 37
961#define smb_vwv1 39
962#define smb_vwv2 41
963#define smb_vwv3 43
964#define smb_vwv4 45
965#define smb_vwv5 47
966#define smb_vwv6 49
967#define smb_vwv7 51
968#define smb_vwv8 53
969#define smb_vwv9 55
970#define smb_vwv10 57
971#define smb_vwv11 59
972#define smb_vwv12 61
973#define smb_vwv13 63
974#define smb_vwv14 65
975#define smb_vwv15 67
976#define smb_vwv16 69
977#define smb_vwv17 71
978
979/* flag defines. CIFS spec 3.1.1 */
980#define FLAG_SUPPORT_LOCKREAD       0x01
981#define FLAG_CLIENT_BUF_AVAIL       0x02
982#define FLAG_RESERVED               0x04
983#define FLAG_CASELESS_PATHNAMES     0x08
984#define FLAG_CANONICAL_PATHNAMES    0x10
985#define FLAG_REQUEST_OPLOCK         0x20
986#define FLAG_REQUEST_BATCH_OPLOCK   0x40
987#define FLAG_REPLY                  0x80
988
989/* the complete */
990#define SMBmkdir      0x00   /* create directory */
991#define SMBrmdir      0x01   /* delete directory */
992#define SMBopen       0x02   /* open file */
993#define SMBcreate     0x03   /* create file */
994#define SMBclose      0x04   /* close file */
995#define SMBflush      0x05   /* flush file */
996#define SMBunlink     0x06   /* delete file */
997#define SMBmv         0x07   /* rename file */
998#define SMBgetatr     0x08   /* get file attributes */
999#define SMBsetatr     0x09   /* set file attributes */
1000#define SMBread       0x0A   /* read from file */
1001#define SMBwrite      0x0B   /* write to file */
1002#define SMBlock       0x0C   /* lock byte range */
1003#define SMBunlock     0x0D   /* unlock byte range */
1004#define SMBctemp      0x0E   /* create temporary file */
1005#define SMBmknew      0x0F   /* make new file */
1006#define SMBcheckpath  0x10   /* check directory path */
1007#define SMBexit       0x11   /* process exit */
1008#define SMBlseek      0x12   /* seek */
1009#define SMBtcon       0x70   /* tree connect */
1010#define SMBtconX      0x75   /* tree connect and X*/
1011#define SMBtdis       0x71   /* tree disconnect */
1012#define SMBnegprot    0x72   /* negotiate protocol */
1013#define SMBdskattr    0x80   /* get disk attributes */
1014#define SMBsearch     0x81   /* search directory */
1015#define SMBsplopen    0xC0   /* open print spool file */
1016#define SMBsplwr      0xC1   /* write to print spool file */
1017#define SMBsplclose   0xC2   /* close print spool file */
1018#define SMBsplretq    0xC3   /* return print queue */
1019#define SMBsends      0xD0   /* send single block message */
1020#define SMBsendb      0xD1   /* send broadcast message */
1021#define SMBfwdname    0xD2   /* forward user name */
1022#define SMBcancelf    0xD3   /* cancel forward */
1023#define SMBgetmac     0xD4   /* get machine name */
1024#define SMBsendstrt   0xD5   /* send start of multi-block message */
1025#define SMBsendend    0xD6   /* send end of multi-block message */
1026#define SMBsendtxt    0xD7   /* send text of multi-block message */
1027
1028/* Core+ protocol */
1029#define SMBlockread       0x13   /* Lock a range and read */
1030#define SMBwriteunlock 0x14 /* Unlock a range then write */
1031#define SMBreadbraw   0x1a  /* read a block of data with no smb header */
1032#define SMBwritebraw  0x1d  /* write a block of data with no smb header */
1033#define SMBwritec     0x20  /* secondary write request */
1034#define SMBwriteclose 0x2c  /* write a file then close it */
1035
1036/* dos extended protocol */
1037#define SMBreadBraw      0x1A   /* read block raw */
1038#define SMBreadBmpx      0x1B   /* read block multiplexed */
1039#define SMBreadBs        0x1C   /* read block (secondary response) */
1040#define SMBwriteBraw     0x1D   /* write block raw */
1041#define SMBwriteBmpx     0x1E   /* write block multiplexed */
1042#define SMBwriteBs       0x1F   /* write block (secondary request) */
1043#define SMBwriteC        0x20   /* write complete response */
1044#define SMBsetattrE      0x22   /* set file attributes expanded */
1045#define SMBgetattrE      0x23   /* get file attributes expanded */
1046#define SMBlockingX      0x24   /* lock/unlock byte ranges and X */
1047#define SMBtrans         0x25   /* transaction - name, bytes in/out */
1048#define SMBtranss        0x26   /* transaction (secondary request/response) */
1049#define SMBioctl         0x27   /* IOCTL */
1050#define SMBioctls        0x28   /* IOCTL  (secondary request/response) */
1051#define SMBcopy          0x29   /* copy */
1052#define SMBmove          0x2A   /* move */
1053#define SMBecho          0x2B   /* echo */
1054#define SMBopenX         0x2D   /* open and X */
1055#define SMBreadX         0x2E   /* read and X */
1056#define SMBwriteX        0x2F   /* write and X */
1057#define SMBsesssetupX    0x73   /* Session Set Up & X (including User Logon) */
1058#define SMBffirst        0x82   /* find first */
1059#define SMBfunique       0x83   /* find unique */
1060#define SMBfclose        0x84   /* find close */
1061#define SMBkeepalive     0x85   /* keepalive */
1062#define SMBinvalid       0xFE   /* invalid command */
1063
1064/* Extended 2.0 protocol */
1065#define SMBtrans2        0x32   /* TRANS2 protocol set */
1066#define SMBtranss2       0x33   /* TRANS2 protocol set, secondary command */
1067#define SMBfindclose     0x34   /* Terminate a TRANSACT2_FINDFIRST */
1068#define SMBfindnclose    0x35   /* Terminate a TRANSACT2_FINDNOTIFYFIRST */
1069#define SMBulogoffX      0x74   /* user logoff */
1070
1071/* NT SMB extensions. */
1072#define SMBnttrans       0xA0   /* NT transact */
1073#define SMBnttranss      0xA1   /* NT transact secondary */
1074#define SMBntcreateX     0xA2   /* NT create and X */
1075#define SMBntcancel      0xA4   /* NT cancel */
1076#define SMBntrename      0xA5   /* NT rename */
1077
1078/* These are the trans subcommands */
1079#define TRANSACT_SETNAMEDPIPEHANDLESTATE  0x01
1080#define TRANSACT_DCERPCCMD                0x26
1081#define TRANSACT_WAITNAMEDPIPEHANDLESTATE 0x53
1082
1083/* These are the TRANS2 sub commands */
1084#define TRANSACT2_OPEN                          0x00
1085#define TRANSACT2_FINDFIRST                     0x01
1086#define TRANSACT2_FINDNEXT                      0x02
1087#define TRANSACT2_QFSINFO                       0x03
1088#define TRANSACT2_SETFSINFO                     0x04
1089#define TRANSACT2_QPATHINFO                     0x05
1090#define TRANSACT2_SETPATHINFO                   0x06
1091#define TRANSACT2_QFILEINFO                     0x07
1092#define TRANSACT2_SETFILEINFO                   0x08
1093#define TRANSACT2_FSCTL                         0x09
1094#define TRANSACT2_IOCTL                         0x0A
1095#define TRANSACT2_FINDNOTIFYFIRST               0x0B
1096#define TRANSACT2_FINDNOTIFYNEXT                0x0C
1097#define TRANSACT2_MKDIR                         0x0D
1098#define TRANSACT2_SESSION_SETUP                 0x0E
1099#define TRANSACT2_GET_DFS_REFERRAL              0x10
1100#define TRANSACT2_REPORT_DFS_INCONSISTANCY      0x11
1101
1102/* These are the NT transact sub commands. */
1103#define NT_TRANSACT_CREATE                1
1104#define NT_TRANSACT_IOCTL                 2
1105#define NT_TRANSACT_SET_SECURITY_DESC     3
1106#define NT_TRANSACT_NOTIFY_CHANGE         4
1107#define NT_TRANSACT_RENAME                5
1108#define NT_TRANSACT_QUERY_SECURITY_DESC   6
1109#define NT_TRANSACT_GET_USER_QUOTA        7
1110#define NT_TRANSACT_SET_USER_QUOTA        8
1111
1112/* These are the NT transact_get_user_quota sub commands */
1113#define TRANSACT_GET_USER_QUOTA_LIST_CONTINUE   0x0000
1114#define TRANSACT_GET_USER_QUOTA_LIST_START      0x0100
1115#define TRANSACT_GET_USER_QUOTA_FOR_SID         0x0101
1116
1117/* Relevant IOCTL codes */
1118#define IOCTL_QUERY_JOB_INFO      0x530060
1119
1120/* these are the trans2 sub fields for primary requests */
1121#define smb_tpscnt smb_vwv0
1122#define smb_tdscnt smb_vwv1
1123#define smb_mprcnt smb_vwv2
1124#define smb_mdrcnt smb_vwv3
1125#define smb_msrcnt smb_vwv4
1126#define smb_flags smb_vwv5
1127#define smb_timeout smb_vwv6
1128#define smb_pscnt smb_vwv9
1129#define smb_psoff smb_vwv10
1130#define smb_dscnt smb_vwv11
1131#define smb_dsoff smb_vwv12
1132#define smb_suwcnt smb_vwv13
1133#define smb_setup smb_vwv14
1134#define smb_setup0 smb_setup
1135#define smb_setup1 (smb_setup+2)
1136#define smb_setup2 (smb_setup+4)
1137
1138/* these are for the secondary requests */
1139#define smb_spscnt smb_vwv2
1140#define smb_spsoff smb_vwv3
1141#define smb_spsdisp smb_vwv4
1142#define smb_sdscnt smb_vwv5
1143#define smb_sdsoff smb_vwv6
1144#define smb_sdsdisp smb_vwv7
1145#define smb_sfid smb_vwv8
1146
1147/* and these for responses */
1148#define smb_tprcnt smb_vwv0
1149#define smb_tdrcnt smb_vwv1
1150#define smb_prcnt smb_vwv3
1151#define smb_proff smb_vwv4
1152#define smb_prdisp smb_vwv5
1153#define smb_drcnt smb_vwv6
1154#define smb_droff smb_vwv7
1155#define smb_drdisp smb_vwv8
1156
1157/* these are for the NT trans primary request. */
1158#define smb_nt_MaxSetupCount smb_vwv0
1159#define smb_nt_Flags (smb_vwv0 + 1)
1160#define smb_nt_TotalParameterCount (smb_vwv0 + 3)
1161#define smb_nt_TotalDataCount (smb_vwv0 + 7)
1162#define smb_nt_MaxParameterCount (smb_vwv0 + 11)
1163#define smb_nt_MaxDataCount (smb_vwv0 + 15)
1164#define smb_nt_ParameterCount (smb_vwv0 + 19)
1165#define smb_nt_ParameterOffset (smb_vwv0 + 23)
1166#define smb_nt_DataCount (smb_vwv0 + 27)
1167#define smb_nt_DataOffset (smb_vwv0 + 31)
1168#define smb_nt_SetupCount (smb_vwv0 + 35)
1169#define smb_nt_Function (smb_vwv0 + 36)
1170#define smb_nt_SetupStart (smb_vwv0 + 38)
1171
1172/* these are for the NT trans secondary request. */
1173#define smb_nts_TotalParameterCount (smb_vwv0 + 3)
1174#define smb_nts_TotalDataCount (smb_vwv0 + 7)
1175#define smb_nts_ParameterCount (smb_vwv0 + 11)
1176#define smb_nts_ParameterOffset (smb_vwv0 + 15)
1177#define smb_nts_ParameterDisplacement (smb_vwv0 + 19)
1178#define smb_nts_DataCount (smb_vwv0 + 23)
1179#define smb_nts_DataOffset (smb_vwv0 + 27)
1180#define smb_nts_DataDisplacement (smb_vwv0 + 31)
1181
1182/* these are for the NT trans reply. */
1183#define smb_ntr_TotalParameterCount (smb_vwv0 + 3)
1184#define smb_ntr_TotalDataCount (smb_vwv0 + 7)
1185#define smb_ntr_ParameterCount (smb_vwv0 + 11)
1186#define smb_ntr_ParameterOffset (smb_vwv0 + 15)
1187#define smb_ntr_ParameterDisplacement (smb_vwv0 + 19)
1188#define smb_ntr_DataCount (smb_vwv0 + 23)
1189#define smb_ntr_DataOffset (smb_vwv0 + 27)
1190#define smb_ntr_DataDisplacement (smb_vwv0 + 31)
1191
1192/* these are for the NT create_and_X */
1193#define smb_ntcreate_NameLength (smb_vwv0 + 5)
1194#define smb_ntcreate_Flags (smb_vwv0 + 7)
1195#define smb_ntcreate_RootDirectoryFid (smb_vwv0 + 11)
1196#define smb_ntcreate_DesiredAccess (smb_vwv0 + 15)
1197#define smb_ntcreate_AllocationSize (smb_vwv0 + 19)
1198#define smb_ntcreate_FileAttributes (smb_vwv0 + 27)
1199#define smb_ntcreate_ShareAccess (smb_vwv0 + 31)
1200#define smb_ntcreate_CreateDisposition (smb_vwv0 + 35)
1201#define smb_ntcreate_CreateOptions (smb_vwv0 + 39)
1202#define smb_ntcreate_ImpersonationLevel (smb_vwv0 + 43)
1203#define smb_ntcreate_SecurityFlags (smb_vwv0 + 47)
1204
1205/* this is used on a TConX. I'm not sure the name is very helpful though */
1206#define SMB_SUPPORT_SEARCH_BITS        0x0001
1207#define SMB_SHARE_IN_DFS               0x0002
1208
1209/* Named pipe write mode flags. Used in writeX calls. */
1210#define PIPE_RAW_MODE 0x4
1211#define PIPE_START_MESSAGE 0x8
1212
1213/* File Specific access rights */
1214#define FILE_READ_DATA        0x00000001
1215#define FILE_WRITE_DATA       0x00000002
1216#define FILE_APPEND_DATA      0x00000004
1217#define FILE_READ_EA          0x00000008 /* File and directory */
1218#define FILE_WRITE_EA         0x00000010 /* File and directory */
1219#define FILE_EXECUTE          0x00000020
1220#define FILE_DELETE_CHILD     0x00000040
1221#define FILE_READ_ATTRIBUTES  0x00000080
1222#define FILE_WRITE_ATTRIBUTES 0x00000100
1223
1224#define FILE_ALL_ACCESS       0x000001FF
1225
1226/* Directory specific access rights */
1227#define FILE_LIST_DIRECTORY   0x00000001
1228#define FILE_ADD_FILE         0x00000002
1229#define FILE_ADD_SUBDIRECTORY 0x00000004
1230#define FILE_TRAVERSE         0x00000020
1231#define FILE_DELETE_CHILD     0x00000040
1232
1233/* the desired access to use when opening a pipe */
1234#define DESIRED_ACCESS_PIPE 0x2019f
1235 
1236/* Generic access masks & rights. */
1237#define DELETE_ACCESS        0x00010000 /* (1L<<16) */
1238#define READ_CONTROL_ACCESS  0x00020000 /* (1L<<17) */
1239#define WRITE_DAC_ACCESS     0x00040000 /* (1L<<18) */
1240#define WRITE_OWNER_ACCESS   0x00080000 /* (1L<<19) */
1241#define SYNCHRONIZE_ACCESS   0x00100000 /* (1L<<20) */
1242
1243#define SYSTEM_SECURITY_ACCESS 0x01000000 /* (1L<<24) */
1244#define MAXIMUM_ALLOWED_ACCESS 0x02000000 /* (1L<<25) */
1245#define GENERIC_ALL_ACCESS     0x10000000 /* (1<<28) */
1246#define GENERIC_EXECUTE_ACCESS 0x20000000 /* (1<<29) */
1247#define GENERIC_WRITE_ACCESS   0x40000000 /* (1<<30) */
1248#define GENERIC_READ_ACCESS    ((unsigned)0x80000000) /* (((unsigned)1)<<31) */
1249
1250/* Mapping of generic access rights for files to specific rights. */
1251
1252/* This maps to 0x1F01FF */
1253#define FILE_GENERIC_ALL (STANDARD_RIGHTS_REQUIRED_ACCESS| SYNCHRONIZE_ACCESS|FILE_ALL_ACCESS)
1254
1255/* This maps to 0x120089 */
1256#define FILE_GENERIC_READ (STANDARD_RIGHTS_READ_ACCESS|FILE_READ_DATA|FILE_READ_ATTRIBUTES|\
1257                                                        FILE_READ_EA|SYNCHRONIZE_ACCESS)
1258
1259/* This maps to 0x120116 */
1260#define FILE_GENERIC_WRITE (STD_RIGHT_READ_CONTROL_ACCESS|FILE_WRITE_DATA|FILE_WRITE_ATTRIBUTES|\
1261                                                        FILE_WRITE_EA|FILE_APPEND_DATA|SYNCHRONIZE_ACCESS)
1262
1263#define FILE_GENERIC_EXECUTE (STANDARD_RIGHTS_EXECUTE_ACCESS|\
1264                                                                FILE_EXECUTE|SYNCHRONIZE_ACCESS)
1265
1266/* Share specific rights. */
1267#define SHARE_ALL_ACCESS      FILE_GENERIC_ALL
1268#define SHARE_READ_ONLY       (FILE_GENERIC_READ|FILE_EXECUTE)
1269
1270/* Mapping of access rights to UNIX perms. */
1271#define UNIX_ACCESS_RWX         FILE_GENERIC_ALL
1272#define UNIX_ACCESS_R           FILE_GENERIC_READ
1273#define UNIX_ACCESS_W           FILE_GENERIC_WRITE
1274#define UNIX_ACCESS_X           FILE_GENERIC_EXECUTE
1275
1276/* Mapping of access rights to UNIX perms. for a UNIX directory. */
1277#define UNIX_DIRECTORY_ACCESS_RWX               FILE_GENERIC_ALL
1278#define UNIX_DIRECTORY_ACCESS_R                 FILE_GENERIC_READ
1279#define UNIX_DIRECTORY_ACCESS_W                 FILE_GENERIC_WRITE
1280#define UNIX_DIRECTORY_ACCESS_X                 FILE_GENERIC_EXECUTE
1281
1282#if 0
1283/*
1284 * This is the old mapping we used to use. To get W2KSP2 profiles
1285 * working we need to map to the canonical file perms.
1286 */
1287#define UNIX_ACCESS_RWX (UNIX_ACCESS_R|UNIX_ACCESS_W|UNIX_ACCESS_X)
1288#define UNIX_ACCESS_R (READ_CONTROL_ACCESS|SYNCHRONIZE_ACCESS|\
1289                        FILE_READ_ATTRIBUTES|FILE_READ_EA|FILE_READ_DATA)
1290#define UNIX_ACCESS_W (READ_CONTROL_ACCESS|SYNCHRONIZE_ACCESS|\
1291                        FILE_WRITE_ATTRIBUTES|FILE_WRITE_EA|\
1292                        FILE_APPEND_DATA|FILE_WRITE_DATA)
1293#define UNIX_ACCESS_X (READ_CONTROL_ACCESS|SYNCHRONIZE_ACCESS|\
1294                        FILE_EXECUTE|FILE_READ_ATTRIBUTES)
1295#endif
1296
1297#define UNIX_ACCESS_NONE (WRITE_OWNER_ACCESS)
1298
1299/* Flags field. */
1300#define REQUEST_OPLOCK 2
1301#define REQUEST_BATCH_OPLOCK 4
1302#define OPEN_DIRECTORY 8
1303#define EXTENDED_RESPONSE_REQUIRED 0x10
1304
1305/* ShareAccess field. */
1306#define FILE_SHARE_NONE 0 /* Cannot be used in bitmask. */
1307#define FILE_SHARE_READ 1
1308#define FILE_SHARE_WRITE 2
1309#define FILE_SHARE_DELETE 4
1310
1311/* FileAttributesField */
1312#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_READONLY         0x001L
1313#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_HIDDEN           0x002L
1314#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_SYSTEM           0x004L
1315#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY        0x010L
1316#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_ARCHIVE          0x020L
1317#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL           0x080L
1318#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TEMPORARY        0x100L
1319#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_SPARSE           0x200L
1320#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_REPARSE_POINT    0x400L
1321#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_COMPRESSED       0x800L
1322#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_OFFLINE          0x1000L
1323#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NONINDEXED       0x2000L
1324#define FILE_ATTRIBUTE_ENCRYPTED        0x4000L
1325#define SAMBA_ATTRIBUTES_MASK           0x7F
1326
1327/* Flags - combined with attributes. */
1328#define FILE_FLAG_WRITE_THROUGH    0x80000000L
1329#define FILE_FLAG_NO_BUFFERING     0x20000000L
1330#define FILE_FLAG_RANDOM_ACCESS    0x10000000L
1331#define FILE_FLAG_SEQUENTIAL_SCAN  0x08000000L
1332#define FILE_FLAG_DELETE_ON_CLOSE  0x04000000L
1333#define FILE_FLAG_BACKUP_SEMANTICS 0x02000000L
1334#define FILE_FLAG_POSIX_SEMANTICS  0x01000000L
1335
1336/* CreateDisposition field. */
1337#define FILE_SUPERSEDE 0                /* File exists overwrite/supersede. File not exist create. */
1338#define FILE_OPEN 1                     /* File exists open. File not exist fail. */
1339#define FILE_CREATE 2                   /* File exists fail. File not exist create. */
1340#define FILE_OPEN_IF 3                  /* File exists open. File not exist create. */
1341#define FILE_OVERWRITE 4                /* File exists overwrite. File not exist fail. */
1342#define FILE_OVERWRITE_IF 5             /* File exists overwrite. File not exist create. */
1343
1344/* CreateOptions field. */
1345#define FILE_DIRECTORY_FILE       0x0001
1346#define FILE_WRITE_THROUGH        0x0002
1347#define FILE_SEQUENTIAL_ONLY      0x0004
1348#define FILE_NON_DIRECTORY_FILE   0x0040
1349#define FILE_NO_EA_KNOWLEDGE      0x0200
1350#define FILE_EIGHT_DOT_THREE_ONLY 0x0400
1351#define FILE_RANDOM_ACCESS        0x0800
1352#define FILE_DELETE_ON_CLOSE      0x1000
1353#define FILE_OPEN_BY_FILE_ID      0x2000
1354
1355/* Private create options used by the ntcreatex processing code. From Samba4. */
1356#define NTCREATEX_OPTIONS_PRIVATE_DENY_DOS     0x01000000
1357#define NTCREATEX_OPTIONS_PRIVATE_DENY_FCB     0x02000000
1358
1359/* Responses when opening a file. */
1360#define FILE_WAS_SUPERSEDED 0
1361#define FILE_WAS_OPENED 1
1362#define FILE_WAS_CREATED 2
1363#define FILE_WAS_OVERWRITTEN 3
1364
1365/* File type flags */
1366#define FILE_TYPE_DISK  0
1367#define FILE_TYPE_BYTE_MODE_PIPE 1
1368#define FILE_TYPE_MESSAGE_MODE_PIPE 2
1369#define FILE_TYPE_PRINTER 3
1370#define FILE_TYPE_COMM_DEVICE 4
1371#define FILE_TYPE_UNKNOWN 0xFFFF
1372
1373/* Flag for NT transact rename call. */
1374#define RENAME_REPLACE_IF_EXISTS 1
1375
1376/* flags for SMBntrename call (from Samba4) */
1377#define RENAME_FLAG_MOVE_CLUSTER_INFORMATION 0x102 /* ???? */
1378#define RENAME_FLAG_HARD_LINK                0x103
1379#define RENAME_FLAG_RENAME                   0x104
1380#define RENAME_FLAG_COPY                     0x105
1381
1382/* Filesystem Attributes. */
1383#define FILE_CASE_SENSITIVE_SEARCH      0x00000001
1384#define FILE_CASE_PRESERVED_NAMES       0x00000002
1385#define FILE_UNICODE_ON_DISK            0x00000004
1386/* According to cifs9f, this is 4, not 8 */
1387/* Acconding to testing, this actually sets the security attribute! */
1388#define FILE_PERSISTENT_ACLS            0x00000008
1389#define FILE_FILE_COMPRESSION           0x00000010
1390#define FILE_VOLUME_QUOTAS              0x00000020
1391#define FILE_SUPPORTS_SPARSE_FILES      0x00000040
1392#define FILE_SUPPORTS_REPARSE_POINTS    0x00000080
1393#define FILE_SUPPORTS_REMOTE_STORAGE    0x00000100
1394#define FS_LFN_APIS                     0x00004000
1395#define FILE_VOLUME_IS_COMPRESSED       0x00008000
1396#define FILE_SUPPORTS_OBJECT_IDS        0x00010000
1397#define FILE_SUPPORTS_ENCRYPTION        0x00020000
1398#define FILE_NAMED_STREAMS              0x00040000
1399#define FILE_READ_ONLY_VOLUME           0x00080000
1400
1401/* ChangeNotify flags. */
1402#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_FILE_NAME   0x001
1403#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_DIR_NAME    0x002
1404#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_ATTRIBUTES  0x004
1405#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_SIZE        0x008
1406#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_LAST_WRITE  0x010
1407#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_LAST_ACCESS 0x020
1408#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_CREATION    0x040
1409#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_EA          0x080
1410#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_SECURITY    0x100
1411#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_STREAM_NAME  0x00000200
1412#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_STREAM_SIZE  0x00000400
1413#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_STREAM_WRITE 0x00000800
1414
1415#define FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_NAME \
1416        (FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_FILE_NAME|FILE_NOTIFY_CHANGE_DIR_NAME)
1417
1418/* change notify action results */
1419#define NOTIFY_ACTION_ADDED 1
1420#define NOTIFY_ACTION_REMOVED 2
1421#define NOTIFY_ACTION_MODIFIED 3
1422#define NOTIFY_ACTION_OLD_NAME 4
1423#define NOTIFY_ACTION_NEW_NAME 5
1424#define NOTIFY_ACTION_ADDED_STREAM 6
1425#define NOTIFY_ACTION_REMOVED_STREAM 7
1426#define NOTIFY_ACTION_MODIFIED_STREAM 8
1427
1428
1429/* where to find the base of the SMB packet proper */
1430#define smb_base(buf) (((char *)(buf))+4)
1431
1432/* we don't allow server strings to be longer than 48 characters as
1433   otherwise NT will not honour the announce packets */
1434#define MAX_SERVER_STRING_LENGTH 48
1435
1436
1437#define SMB_SUCCESS 0  /* The request was successful. */
1438
1439#ifdef WITH_DFS
1440void dfs_unlogin(void);
1441extern int dcelogin_atmost_once;
1442#endif
1443
1444#ifdef NOSTRDUP
1445char *strdup(char *s);
1446#endif
1447
1448#ifndef SIGNAL_CAST
1449#define SIGNAL_CAST (RETSIGTYPE (*)(int))
1450#endif
1451
1452#ifndef SELECT_CAST
1453#define SELECT_CAST
1454#endif
1455
1456/* This was set by JHT in liaison with Jeremy Allison early 1997
1457 * History:
1458 * Version 4.0 - never made public
1459 * Version 4.10 - New to 1.9.16p2, lost in space 1.9.16p3 to 1.9.16p9
1460 *              - Reappeared in 1.9.16p11 with fixed smbd services
1461 * Version 4.20 - To indicate that nmbd and browsing now works better
1462 * Version 4.50 - Set at release of samba-2.2.0 by JHT
1463 *
1464 *  Note: In the presence of NT4.X do not set above 4.9
1465 *        Setting this above 4.9 can have undesired side-effects.
1466 *        This may change again in Samba-3.0 after further testing. JHT
1467 */
1468 
1469#define DEFAULT_MAJOR_VERSION 0x04
1470#define DEFAULT_MINOR_VERSION 0x09
1471
1472/* Browser Election Values */
1473#define BROWSER_ELECTION_VERSION        0x010f
1474#define BROWSER_CONSTANT        0xaa55
1475
1476/* Sercurity mode bits. */
1477#define NEGOTIATE_SECURITY_USER_LEVEL           0x01
1478#define NEGOTIATE_SECURITY_CHALLENGE_RESPONSE   0x02
1479#define NEGOTIATE_SECURITY_SIGNATURES_ENABLED   0x04
1480#define NEGOTIATE_SECURITY_SIGNATURES_REQUIRED  0x08
1481
1482/* NT Flags2 bits - cifs6.txt section 3.1.2 */
1483   
1484#define FLAGS2_LONG_PATH_COMPONENTS    0x0001
1485#define FLAGS2_EXTENDED_ATTRIBUTES     0x0002
1486#define FLAGS2_SMB_SECURITY_SIGNATURES 0x0004
1487#define FLAGS2_UNKNOWN_BIT4            0x0010
1488#define FLAGS2_IS_LONG_NAME            0x0040
1489#define FLAGS2_EXTENDED_SECURITY       0x0800
1490#define FLAGS2_DFS_PATHNAMES           0x1000
1491#define FLAGS2_READ_PERMIT_EXECUTE     0x2000
1492#define FLAGS2_32_BIT_ERROR_CODES      0x4000
1493#define FLAGS2_UNICODE_STRINGS         0x8000
1494
1495#define FLAGS2_WIN2K_SIGNATURE         0xC852 /* Hack alert ! For now... JRA. */
1496
1497/* TCONX Flag (smb_vwv2). */
1498#define TCONX_FLAG_EXTENDED_RESPONSE    0x8
1499
1500/* Capabilities.  see ftp.microsoft.com/developr/drg/cifs/cifs/cifs4.txt */
1501
1502#define CAP_RAW_MODE         0x0001
1503#define CAP_MPX_MODE         0x0002
1504#define CAP_UNICODE          0x0004
1505#define CAP_LARGE_FILES      0x0008
1506#define CAP_NT_SMBS          0x0010
1507#define CAP_RPC_REMOTE_APIS  0x0020
1508#define CAP_STATUS32         0x0040
1509#define CAP_LEVEL_II_OPLOCKS 0x0080
1510#define CAP_LOCK_AND_READ    0x0100
1511#define CAP_NT_FIND          0x0200
1512#define CAP_DFS              0x1000
1513#define CAP_W2K_SMBS         0x2000
1514#define CAP_LARGE_READX      0x4000
1515#define CAP_LARGE_WRITEX     0x8000
1516#define CAP_UNIX             0x800000 /* Capabilities for UNIX extensions. Created by HP. */
1517#define CAP_EXTENDED_SECURITY 0x80000000
1518
1519/* protocol types. It assumes that higher protocols include lower protocols
1520   as subsets */
1521enum protocol_types {PROTOCOL_NONE,PROTOCOL_CORE,PROTOCOL_COREPLUS,PROTOCOL_LANMAN1,PROTOCOL_LANMAN2,PROTOCOL_NT1};
1522
1523/* security levels */
1524enum security_types {SEC_SHARE,SEC_USER,SEC_SERVER,SEC_DOMAIN,SEC_ADS};
1525
1526/* server roles */
1527enum server_types {
1528        ROLE_STANDALONE,
1529        ROLE_DOMAIN_MEMBER,
1530        ROLE_DOMAIN_BDC,
1531        ROLE_DOMAIN_PDC
1532};
1533
1534/* printing types */
1535enum printing_types {PRINT_BSD,PRINT_SYSV,PRINT_AIX,PRINT_HPUX,
1536                     PRINT_QNX,PRINT_PLP,PRINT_LPRNG,PRINT_SOFTQ,
1537                     PRINT_CUPS,PRINT_LPRNT,PRINT_LPROS2,PRINT_IPRINT
1538#if defined(DEVELOPER) || defined(ENABLE_BUILD_FARM_HACKS)
1539,PRINT_TEST,PRINT_VLP
1540#endif /* DEVELOPER */
1541};
1542
1543/* LDAP schema types */
1544enum schema_types {SCHEMA_COMPAT, SCHEMA_AD, SCHEMA_SAMBA};
1545
1546/* LDAP SSL options */
1547enum ldap_ssl_types {LDAP_SSL_ON, LDAP_SSL_OFF, LDAP_SSL_START_TLS};
1548
1549/* LDAP PASSWD SYNC methods */
1550enum ldap_passwd_sync_types {LDAP_PASSWD_SYNC_ON, LDAP_PASSWD_SYNC_OFF, LDAP_PASSWD_SYNC_ONLY};
1551
1552/* Remote architectures we know about. */
1553enum remote_arch_types {RA_UNKNOWN, RA_WFWG, RA_OS2, RA_WIN95, RA_WINNT,
1554                        RA_WIN2K, RA_WINXP, RA_WIN2K3, RA_VISTA,
1555                        RA_SAMBA, RA_CIFSFS};
1556
1557/* case handling */
1558enum case_handling {CASE_LOWER,CASE_UPPER};
1559
1560/* ACL compatibility */
1561enum acl_compatibility {ACL_COMPAT_AUTO, ACL_COMPAT_WINNT, ACL_COMPAT_WIN2K};
1562/*
1563 * Global value meaing that the smb_uid field should be
1564 * ingored (in share level security and protocol level == CORE)
1565 */
1566
1567#define UID_FIELD_INVALID 0
1568#define VUID_OFFSET 100 /* Amount to bias returned vuid numbers */
1569
1570/*
1571 * Size of buffer to use when moving files across filesystems.
1572 */
1573#define COPYBUF_SIZE (8*1024)
1574
1575/*
1576 * Used in chaining code.
1577 */
1578extern int chain_size;
1579
1580/*
1581 * Map the Core and Extended Oplock requesst bits down
1582 * to common bits (EXCLUSIVE_OPLOCK & BATCH_OPLOCK).
1583 */
1584
1585/*
1586 * Core protocol.
1587 */
1588#define CORE_OPLOCK_REQUEST(inbuf) \
1589    ((CVAL(inbuf,smb_flg)&(FLAG_REQUEST_OPLOCK|FLAG_REQUEST_BATCH_OPLOCK))>>5)
1590
1591/*
1592 * Extended protocol.
1593 */
1594#define EXTENDED_OPLOCK_REQUEST(inbuf) ((SVAL(inbuf,smb_vwv2)&((1<<1)|(1<<2)))>>1)
1595
1596/* Lock types. */
1597#define LOCKING_ANDX_SHARED_LOCK 0x1
1598#define LOCKING_ANDX_OPLOCK_RELEASE 0x2
1599#define LOCKING_ANDX_CHANGE_LOCKTYPE 0x4
1600#define LOCKING_ANDX_CANCEL_LOCK 0x8
1601#define LOCKING_ANDX_LARGE_FILES 0x10
1602
1603/*
1604 * Bits we test with.
1605 * Note these must fit into 16-bits.
1606 */
1607
1608#define NO_OPLOCK                       0x0
1609#define EXCLUSIVE_OPLOCK                0x1
1610#define BATCH_OPLOCK                    0x2
1611#define LEVEL_II_OPLOCK                 0x4
1612
1613/* The following are Samba-private. */
1614#define INTERNAL_OPEN_ONLY              0x8
1615#define FAKE_LEVEL_II_OPLOCK            0x10    /* Client requested no_oplock, but we have to
1616                                 * inform potential level2 holders on
1617                                 * write. */
1618#define DEFERRED_OPEN_ENTRY             0x20
1619#define UNUSED_SHARE_MODE_ENTRY         0x40
1620#define FORCE_OPLOCK_BREAK_TO_NONE      0x80
1621
1622/* None of the following should ever appear in fsp->oplock_request. */
1623#define SAMBA_PRIVATE_OPLOCK_MASK (INTERNAL_OPEN_ONLY|DEFERRED_OPEN_ENTRY|UNUSED_SHARE_MODE_ENTRY|FORCE_OPLOCK_BREAK_TO_NONE)
1624
1625#define EXCLUSIVE_OPLOCK_TYPE(lck) ((lck) & ((unsigned int)EXCLUSIVE_OPLOCK|(unsigned int)BATCH_OPLOCK))
1626#define BATCH_OPLOCK_TYPE(lck) ((lck) & (unsigned int)BATCH_OPLOCK)
1627#define LEVEL_II_OPLOCK_TYPE(lck) ((lck) & ((unsigned int)LEVEL_II_OPLOCK|(unsigned int)FAKE_LEVEL_II_OPLOCK))
1628
1629struct inform_level2_message {
1630        SMB_DEV_T dev;
1631        SMB_INO_T inode;
1632        uint16 mid;
1633        unsigned long target_file_id;
1634        unsigned long source_file_id;
1635};
1636
1637/* kernel_oplock_message definition.
1638
1639struct kernel_oplock_message {
1640        SMB_DEV_T dev;
1641        SMB_INO_T inode;
1642        unsigned long file_id;
1643};
1644
1645Offset  Data                  length.
16460     SMB_DEV_T dev           8 bytes.
16478     SMB_INO_T inode         8 bytes
164816    unsigned long file_id   4 bytes
164920
1650
1651*/
1652#define MSG_SMB_KERNEL_BREAK_SIZE 20
1653
1654/* file_renamed_message definition.
1655
1656struct file_renamed_message {
1657        SMB_DEV_T dev;
1658        SMB_INO_T inode;
1659        char names[1]; A variable area containing sharepath and filename.
1660};
1661
1662Offset  Data                    length.
16630       SMB_DEV_T dev           8 bytes.
16648       SMB_INO_T inode         8 bytes
166516      char [] name            zero terminated namelen bytes
1666minimum length == 18.
1667
1668*/
1669
1670#define MSG_FILE_RENAMED_MIN_SIZE 16
1671
1672/*
1673 * On the wire return values for oplock types.
1674 */
1675
1676#define CORE_OPLOCK_GRANTED (1<<5)
1677#define EXTENDED_OPLOCK_GRANTED (1<<15)
1678
1679#define NO_OPLOCK_RETURN 0
1680#define EXCLUSIVE_OPLOCK_RETURN 1
1681#define BATCH_OPLOCK_RETURN 2
1682#define LEVEL_II_OPLOCK_RETURN 3
1683
1684/* Oplock levels */
1685#define OPLOCKLEVEL_NONE 0
1686#define OPLOCKLEVEL_II 1
1687
1688/*
1689 * Capabilities abstracted for different systems.
1690 */
1691
1692enum smbd_capability {
1693    KERNEL_OPLOCK_CAPABILITY,
1694    DMAPI_ACCESS_CAPABILITY
1695};
1696
1697/* if a kernel does support oplocks then a structure of the following
1698   typee is used to describe how to interact with the kernel */
1699struct kernel_oplocks {
1700        files_struct * (*receive_message)(fd_set *fds);
1701        BOOL (*set_oplock)(files_struct *fsp, int oplock_type);
1702        void (*release_oplock)(files_struct *fsp);
1703        BOOL (*msg_waiting)(fd_set *fds);
1704        int notification_fd;
1705};
1706
1707#include "smb_macros.h"
1708
1709#define MAX_NETBIOSNAME_LEN 16
1710/* DOS character, NetBIOS namestring. Type used on the wire. */
1711typedef char nstring[MAX_NETBIOSNAME_LEN];
1712/* Unix character, NetBIOS namestring. Type used to manipulate name in nmbd. */
1713typedef char unstring[MAX_NETBIOSNAME_LEN*4];
1714
1715/* A netbios name structure. */
1716struct nmb_name {
1717        nstring      name;
1718        char         scope[64];
1719        unsigned int name_type;
1720};
1721
1722/* A netbios node status array element. */
1723typedef struct node_status_ {
1724        nstring name;
1725        unsigned char type;
1726        unsigned char flags;
1727} NODE_STATUS_STRUCT;
1728
1729/* The extra info from a NetBIOS node status query */
1730struct node_status_extra {
1731        unsigned char mac_addr[6];
1732        /* There really is more here ... */ 
1733};
1734
1735struct pwd_info {
1736        BOOL null_pwd;
1737        BOOL cleartext;
1738
1739        fstring password;
1740};
1741
1742/* For split krb5 SPNEGO blobs. */
1743struct pending_auth_data {
1744        struct pending_auth_data *prev, *next;
1745        uint16 vuid; /* Tag for this entry. */
1746        uint16 smbpid; /* Alternate tag for this entry. */
1747        size_t needed_len;
1748        DATA_BLOB partial_data;
1749};
1750
1751typedef struct user_struct {
1752        struct user_struct *next, *prev;
1753        uint16 vuid; /* Tag for this entry. */
1754        uid_t uid; /* uid of a validated user */
1755        gid_t gid; /* gid of a validated user */
1756
1757        userdom_struct user;
1758        char *homedir;
1759        char *unix_homedir;
1760        char *logon_script;
1761       
1762        BOOL guest;
1763
1764        /* following groups stuff added by ih */
1765        /* This groups info is needed for when we become_user() for this uid */
1766        int n_groups;
1767        gid_t *groups;
1768
1769        NT_USER_TOKEN *nt_user_token;
1770
1771        DATA_BLOB session_key;
1772
1773        char *session_keystr; /* used by utmp and pam session code. 
1774                                 TDB key string */
1775        int homes_snum;
1776
1777        struct auth_serversupplied_info *server_info;
1778
1779        struct auth_ntlmssp_state *auth_ntlmssp_state;
1780} user_struct;
1781
1782struct unix_error_map {
1783        int unix_error;
1784        int dos_class;
1785        int dos_code;
1786        NTSTATUS nt_error;
1787};
1788
1789/*
1790 * Size of new password account encoding string.  This is enough space to
1791 * hold 11 ACB characters, plus the surrounding [] and a terminating null.
1792 * Do not change unless you are adding new ACB bits!
1793 */
1794
1795#define NEW_PW_FORMAT_SPACE_PADDED_LEN 14
1796
1797/*
1798   Do you want session setups at user level security with a invalid
1799   password to be rejected or allowed in as guest? WinNT rejects them
1800   but it can be a pain as it means "net view" needs to use a password
1801
1802   You have 3 choices in the setting of map_to_guest:
1803
1804   "NEVER_MAP_TO_GUEST" means session setups with an invalid password
1805   are rejected. This is the default.
1806
1807   "MAP_TO_GUEST_ON_BAD_USER" means session setups with an invalid password
1808   are rejected, unless the username does not exist, in which case it
1809   is treated as a guest login
1810
1811   "MAP_TO_GUEST_ON_BAD_PASSWORD" means session setups with an invalid password
1812   are treated as a guest login
1813
1814   Note that map_to_guest only has an effect in user or server
1815   level security.
1816*/
1817
1818#define NEVER_MAP_TO_GUEST              0
1819#define MAP_TO_GUEST_ON_BAD_USER        1
1820#define MAP_TO_GUEST_ON_BAD_PASSWORD    2
1821#define MAP_TO_GUEST_ON_BAD_UID         3
1822
1823#define SAFE_NETBIOS_CHARS ". -_"
1824
1825/* generic iconv conversion structure */
1826typedef struct _smb_iconv_t {
1827        size_t (*direct)(void *cd, const char **inbuf, size_t *inbytesleft,
1828                         char **outbuf, size_t *outbytesleft);
1829        size_t (*pull)(void *cd, const char **inbuf, size_t *inbytesleft,
1830                       char **outbuf, size_t *outbytesleft);
1831        size_t (*push)(void *cd, const char **inbuf, size_t *inbytesleft,
1832                       char **outbuf, size_t *outbytesleft);
1833        void *cd_direct, *cd_pull, *cd_push;
1834        char *from_name, *to_name;
1835} *smb_iconv_t;
1836
1837/* The maximum length of a trust account password.
1838   Used when we randomly create it, 15 char passwords
1839   exceed NT4's max password length */
1840
1841#define DEFAULT_TRUST_ACCOUNT_PASSWORD_LENGTH 14
1842
1843#include "popt_common.h"
1844
1845#define PORT_NONE       0
1846#ifndef LDAP_PORT
1847#define LDAP_PORT       389
1848#endif
1849
1850/* used by the IP comparison function */
1851struct ip_service {
1852        struct in_addr ip;
1853        unsigned port;
1854};
1855
1856/* Special name type used to cause a _kerberos DNS lookup. */
1857#define KDC_NAME_TYPE 0xDCDC
1858
1859/* Used by the SMB signing functions. */
1860
1861typedef struct smb_sign_info {
1862        void (*sign_outgoing_message)(char *outbuf, struct smb_sign_info *si);
1863        BOOL (*check_incoming_message)(char *inbuf, struct smb_sign_info *si, BOOL must_be_ok);
1864        void (*free_signing_context)(struct smb_sign_info *si);
1865        void *signing_context;
1866
1867        BOOL negotiated_smb_signing;
1868        BOOL allow_smb_signing;
1869        BOOL doing_signing;
1870        BOOL mandatory_signing;
1871        BOOL seen_valid; /* Have I ever seen a validly signed packet? */
1872} smb_sign_info;
1873
1874struct ea_struct {
1875        uint8 flags;
1876        char *name;
1877        DATA_BLOB value;
1878};
1879
1880struct ea_list {
1881        struct ea_list *next, *prev;
1882        struct ea_struct ea;
1883};
1884
1885/* EA names used internally in Samba. KEEP UP TO DATE with prohibited_ea_names in trans2.c !. */
1886#define SAMBA_POSIX_INHERITANCE_EA_NAME "user.SAMBA_PAI"
1887/* EA to use for DOS attributes */
1888#define SAMBA_XATTR_DOS_ATTRIB "user.DOSATTRIB"
1889
1890#define UUID_SIZE 16
1891#define UUID_FLAT_SIZE 16
1892typedef struct uuid_flat {
1893        uint8 info[UUID_FLAT_SIZE];
1894} UUID_FLAT;
1895
1896/* map readonly options */
1897enum mapreadonly_options {MAP_READONLY_NO, MAP_READONLY_YES, MAP_READONLY_PERMISSIONS};
1898
1899/* usershare error codes. */
1900enum usershare_err {
1901                USERSHARE_OK=0,
1902                USERSHARE_MALFORMED_FILE,
1903                USERSHARE_BAD_VERSION,
1904                USERSHARE_MALFORMED_PATH,
1905                USERSHARE_MALFORMED_COMMENT_DEF,
1906                USERSHARE_MALFORMED_ACL_DEF,
1907                USERSHARE_ACL_ERR,
1908                USERSHARE_PATH_NOT_ABSOLUTE,
1909                USERSHARE_PATH_IS_DENIED,
1910                USERSHARE_PATH_NOT_ALLOWED,
1911                USERSHARE_PATH_NOT_DIRECTORY,
1912                USERSHARE_POSIX_ERR
1913};
1914
1915/* Different reasons for closing a file. */
1916enum file_close_type {NORMAL_CLOSE=0,SHUTDOWN_CLOSE,ERROR_CLOSE};
1917
1918#endif /* _SMB_H */
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