http_core.h

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#ifndef APACHE_HTTP_CORE_H
#define APACHE_HTTP_CORE_H

 

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

/*****************************************************************
 *
 * The most basic server code is encapsulated in a single module
 * known as the core, which is just *barely* functional enough to
 * serve documents, though not terribly well.
 *
 * Largely for NCSA back-compatibility reasons, the core needs to
 * make pieces of its config structures available to other modules.
 * The accessors are declared here, along with the interpretation
 * of one of them (allow_options).
 */

#define OPT_NONE 0
#define OPT_INDEXES 1
#define OPT_INCLUDES 2
#define OPT_SYM_LINKS 4
#define OPT_EXECCGI 8
#define OPT_UNSET 16
#define OPT_INCNOEXEC 32
#define OPT_SYM_OWNER 64
#define OPT_MULTI 128
#define OPT_ALL (OPT_INDEXES|OPT_INCLUDES|OPT_SYM_LINKS|OPT_EXECCGI)

/* options for get_remote_host() */
/* REMOTE_HOST returns the hostname, or NULL if the hostname
 * lookup fails.  It will force a DNS lookup according to the
 * HostnameLookups setting.
 */
#define REMOTE_HOST (0)

/* REMOTE_NAME returns the hostname, or the dotted quad if the
 * hostname lookup fails.  It will force a DNS lookup according
 * to the HostnameLookups setting.
 */
#define REMOTE_NAME (1)

/* REMOTE_NOLOOKUP is like REMOTE_NAME except that a DNS lookup is
 * never forced.
 */
#define REMOTE_NOLOOKUP (2)

/* REMOTE_DOUBLE_REV will always force a DNS lookup, and also force
 * a double reverse lookup, regardless of the HostnameLookups
 * setting.  The result is the (double reverse checked) hostname,
 * or NULL if any of the lookups fail.
 */
#define REMOTE_DOUBLE_REV (3)

#define SATISFY_ALL 0
#define SATISFY_ANY 1
#define SATISFY_NOSPEC 2

API_EXPORT(int) ap_allow_options (request_rec *);
API_EXPORT(int) ap_allow_overrides (request_rec *);
API_EXPORT(const char *) ap_default_type (request_rec *);    
API_EXPORT(const char *) ap_document_root (request_rec *); /* Don't use this!  If your request went
          * through a Userdir, or something like
          * that, it'll screw you.  But it's
          * back-compatible...
          */
API_EXPORT(const char *) ap_get_remote_host(conn_rec *conn, void *dir_config, int type);
API_EXPORT(const char *) ap_get_remote_logname(request_rec *r);

/* Used for constructing self-referencing URLs, and things like SERVER_PORT,
 * and SERVER_NAME.
 */
API_EXPORT(char *) ap_construct_url(pool *p, const char *uri, const request_rec *r);
API_EXPORT(const char *) ap_get_server_name(const request_rec *r);
API_EXPORT(unsigned) ap_get_server_port(const request_rec *r);
API_EXPORT(unsigned long) ap_get_limit_req_body(const request_rec *r);
API_EXPORT(void) ap_custom_response(request_rec *r, int status, char *string);

/* Authentication stuff.  This is one of the places where compatibility
 * with the old config files *really* hurts; they don't discriminate at
 * all between different authentication schemes, meaning that we need
 * to maintain common state for all of them in the core, and make it
 * available to the other modules through interfaces.
 */
   
typedef struct {
    int method_mask;
    char *requirement;
} require_line;
    
API_EXPORT(const char *) ap_auth_type (request_rec *);
API_EXPORT(const char *) ap_auth_name (request_rec *);    
API_EXPORT(int) ap_satisfies (request_rec *r);
API_EXPORT(const array_header *) ap_requires (request_rec *);   

#ifdef CORE_PRIVATE

/*
 * Core is also unlike other modules in being implemented in more than
 * one file... so, data structures are declared here, even though most of
 * the code that cares really is in http_core.c.  Also, anothre accessor.
 */

char *ap_response_code_string (request_rec *r, int error_index);

extern API_VAR_EXPORT module core_module;

/* Per-directory configuration */

typedef unsigned char allow_options_t;
typedef unsigned char overrides_t;

typedef struct {
    /* path of the directory/regex/etc.  see also d_is_fnmatch below */
    char *d;
    /* the number of slashes in d */
    unsigned d_components;

    /* If (opts & OPT_UNSET) then no absolute assignment to options has
     * been made.
     * invariant: (opts_add & opts_remove) == 0
     * Which said another way means that the last relative (options + or -)
     * assignment made to each bit is recorded in exactly one of opts_add
     * or opts_remove.
     */
    allow_options_t opts;
    allow_options_t opts_add;
    allow_options_t opts_remove;
    overrides_t override;
   
    /* MIME typing --- the core doesn't do anything at all with this,
     * but it does know what to slap on a request for a document which
     * goes untyped by other mechanisms before it slips out the door...
     */
   
    char *ap_default_type;
 
    /* Authentication stuff.  Groan... */
   
    int satisfy;
    char *ap_auth_type;
    char *ap_auth_name;
    array_header *ap_requires;

    /* Custom response config. These can contain text or a URL to redirect to.
     * if response_code_strings is NULL then there are none in the config,
     * if it's not null then it's allocated to sizeof(char*)*RESPONSE_CODES.
     * This lets us do quick merges in merge_core_dir_configs().
     */
 
    char **response_code_strings;

    /* Hostname resolution etc */
#define HOSTNAME_LOOKUP_OFF 0
#define HOSTNAME_LOOKUP_ON 1
#define HOSTNAME_LOOKUP_DOUBLE 2
#define HOSTNAME_LOOKUP_UNSET 3
    unsigned int hostname_lookups : 4;

    signed int do_rfc1413 : 2;   /* See if client is advertising a username? */

    signed int content_md5 : 2;  /* calculate Content-MD5? */

    unsigned use_canonical_name : 2; /* bit 0 = on/off, bit 1 = unset/set */

    /* since is_fnmatch(conf->d) was being called so frequently in
     * directory_walk() and its relatives, this field was created and
     * is set to the result of that call.
     */
    unsigned d_is_fnmatch : 1;

    /* System Resource Control */
#ifdef RLIMIT_CPU
    struct rlimit *limit_cpu;
#endif
#if defined (RLIMIT_DATA) || defined (RLIMIT_VMEM) || defined(RLIMIT_AS)
    struct rlimit *limit_mem;
#endif
#ifdef RLIMIT_NPROC
    struct rlimit *limit_nproc;
#endif
    unsigned long limit_req_body;  /* limit on bytes in request msg body */

    /* logging options */
    enum { srv_sig_off, srv_sig_on, srv_sig_withmail } server_signature;
    int loglevel;
   
    /* Access control */
    array_header *sec;
    regex_t *r;

} core_dir_config;

/* Per-server core configuration */

typedef struct {
 
#ifdef GPROF
    char *gprof_dir;
#endif

    /* Name translations --- we want the core to be able to do *something*
     * so it's at least a minimally functional web server on its own (and
     * can be tested that way).  But let's keep it to the bare minimum:
     */
    char *ap_document_root;
 
    /* Access control */

    char *access_name;
    array_header *sec;
    array_header *sec_url;
} core_server_config;

/* for http_config.c */
void ap_core_reorder_directories(pool *, server_rec *);

/* for mod_perl */
CORE_EXPORT(void) ap_add_per_dir_conf (server_rec *s, void *dir_config);
CORE_EXPORT(void) ap_add_per_url_conf (server_rec *s, void *url_config);
CORE_EXPORT_NONSTD(const char *) ap_limit_section (cmd_parms *cmd, void *dummy, const char *arg);

#endif

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif /* !APACHE_HTTP_CORE_H */

 

这个文件定义了核心模块的数据结构和接口函数。

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