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asterisk.h File Reference

Asterisk main include file. File version handling, generic pbx functions. More...

#include "asterisk/autoconfig.h"
#include "asterisk/compat.h"
#include "asterisk/astmm.h"
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#define __stringify(x)   __stringify_1(x)
#define __stringify_1(x)   #x
#define AST_CURL_USER_AGENT   "asterisk-libcurl-agent/1.0"
#define AST_DIR_MODE   0777
#define AST_FILE_MODE   0666
#define DEFAULT_LANGUAGE   "en"
#define DEFAULT_SAMPLE_RATE   8000
#define PATH_MAX   4096
#define sched_setscheduler   __PLEASE_USE_ast_set_priority_INSTEAD_OF_sched_setscheduler__
#define setpriority   __PLEASE_USE_ast_set_priority_INSTEAD_OF_setpriority__
#define strtok   __PLEASE_USE_strtok_r_INSTEAD_OF_strtok__


int ast_add_profile (const char *, uint64_t scale)
 support for event profiling More...
int ast_cancel_shutdown (void)
 Cancel an existing shutdown and return to normal operation. More...
int ast_fd_init (void)
int64_t ast_mark (int, int start1_stop0)
int ast_pbx_init (void)
int ast_pbx_uuid_get (char *pbx_uuid, int length)
 Retrieve the PBX UUID. More...
int64_t ast_profile (int, int64_t)
int ast_register_atexit (void(*func)(void))
 Register a function to be executed before Asterisk exits. More...
int ast_register_cleanup (void(*func)(void))
 Register a function to be executed before Asterisk gracefully exits. More...
int ast_set_priority (int)
 We set ourselves to a high priority, that we might pre-empt everything else. If your PBX has heavy activity on it, this is a good thing. More...
int ast_shutdown_final (void)
int ast_shutting_down (void)
void ast_unregister_atexit (void(*func)(void))
 Unregister a function registered with ast_register_atexit(). More...

Detailed Description

Asterisk main include file. File version handling, generic pbx functions.

Definition in file asterisk.h.

Macro Definition Documentation

◆ __stringify

#define __stringify (   x)    __stringify_1(x)

Definition at line 216 of file asterisk.h.

◆ __stringify_1

#define __stringify_1 (   x)    #x

Definition at line 215 of file asterisk.h.


#define AST_CURL_USER_AGENT   "asterisk-libcurl-agent/1.0"

Definition at line 44 of file asterisk.h.


#define AST_DIR_MODE   0777

Definition at line 29 of file asterisk.h.


#define AST_FILE_MODE   0666

Definition at line 32 of file asterisk.h.


#define DEFAULT_LANGUAGE   "en"

Definition at line 46 of file asterisk.h.


#define DEFAULT_SAMPLE_RATE   8000

Definition at line 48 of file asterisk.h.



Definition at line 49 of file asterisk.h.


#define PATH_MAX   4096

Definition at line 40 of file asterisk.h.

◆ sched_setscheduler

#define sched_setscheduler   __PLEASE_USE_ast_set_priority_INSTEAD_OF_sched_setscheduler__

Definition at line 51 of file asterisk.h.

◆ setpriority

#define setpriority   __PLEASE_USE_ast_set_priority_INSTEAD_OF_setpriority__

Definition at line 50 of file asterisk.h.

◆ strtok

#define strtok   __PLEASE_USE_strtok_r_INSTEAD_OF_strtok__

Definition at line 52 of file asterisk.h.

Function Documentation

◆ ast_add_profile()

int ast_add_profile ( const char *  name,
uint64_t  scale 

support for event profiling

(note, this must be documented a lot more) ast_add_profile allocates a generic 'counter' with a given name, which can be shown with the command 'core show profile <name>'

The counter accumulates positive or negative values supplied by

See also
ast_add_profile(), dividing them by the 'scale' value passed in the create call, and also counts the number of 'events'. Values can also be taked by the TSC counter on ia32 architectures, in which case you can mark the start of an event calling ast_mark(id, 1) and then the end of the event with ast_mark(id, 0). For non-i386 architectures, these two calls return 0.

support for event profiling

Returns the identifier of the counter.

Definition at line 92 of file astman.c.

93 {
94  return -1;
95 }

References ast_calloc, ast_realloc, ast_strdup, profile_data::e, profile_data::entries, profile_entry::events, profile_entry::mark, profile_data::max_size, name, profile_entry::name, no_comp, NULL, prof_data, profile_entry::scale, and profile_entry::value.

Referenced by extension_match_core().

◆ ast_cancel_shutdown()

int ast_cancel_shutdown ( void  )

Cancel an existing shutdown and return to normal operation.

Shutdown can be cancelled while the server is waiting for any existing channels to be destroyed before shutdown becomes irreversible.
non-zero if shutdown cancelled.

Definition at line 1875 of file asterisk.c.

1876 {
1877  int shutdown_aborted = 0;
1880  if (shuttingdown >= SHUTDOWN_FAST) {
1882  shutdown_pending = 0;
1883  shutdown_aborted = 1;
1884  }
1886  return shutdown_aborted;
1887 }
static shutdown_nice_t shuttingdown
Definition: asterisk.c:378
static int shutdown_pending
Definition: asterisk.c:381
Definition: asterisk.c:369
Definition: asterisk.c:358
static ast_mutex_t safe_system_lock
Definition: asterisk.c:1091
#define ast_mutex_unlock(a)
Definition: lock.h:188
#define ast_mutex_lock(a)
Definition: lock.h:187

References ast_mutex_lock, ast_mutex_unlock, NOT_SHUTTING_DOWN, safe_system_lock, SHUTDOWN_FAST, shutdown_pending, and shuttingdown.

Referenced by handle_abort_shutdown().

◆ ast_fd_init()

int ast_fd_init ( void  )

Provided by astfd.c

Definition at line 370 of file astfd.c.

371 {
372  return 0;
373 }

Referenced by asterisk_daemon().

◆ ast_mark()

int64_t ast_mark ( int  key,
int  start1_stop0 

◆ ast_pbx_init()

int ast_pbx_init ( void  )

Provided by pbx.c

Referenced by asterisk_daemon().

◆ ast_pbx_uuid_get()

int ast_pbx_uuid_get ( char *  pbx_uuid,
int  length 

Retrieve the PBX UUID.

pbx_uuidA buffer of at least AST_UUID_STR_LEN (36 + 1) size to receive the UUID
lengthThe buffer length

Definition at line 970 of file asterisk.c.

971 {
972  return ast_db_get("pbx", "UUID", pbx_uuid, length);
973 }
int ast_db_get(const char *family, const char *key, char *value, int valuelen)
Get key value specified by family/key.
Definition: main/db.c:412

References ast_db_get().

Referenced by asterisk_daemon(), and handle_show_settings().

◆ ast_profile()

int64_t ast_profile ( int  key,
int64_t  val 

Definition at line 98 of file astman.c.

99 {
100  return 0;
101 }

References profile_data::e, profile_data::entries, profile_entry::events, prof_data, profile_entry::scale, and profile_entry::value.

◆ ast_register_atexit()

int ast_register_atexit ( void(*)(void)  func)

Register a function to be executed before Asterisk exits.

funcThe callback function to use.
Return values
0on success.
-1on error.
This function should be rarely used in situations where something must be shutdown to avoid corruption, excessive data loss, or when external programs must be stopped. All other cleanup in the core should use ast_register_cleanup.

Definition at line 13 of file clicompat.c.

14 {
15  return 0;
16 }

References ast_atexit::func, and register_atexit().

Referenced by astdb_init(), asterisk_daemon(), and load_module().

◆ ast_register_cleanup()

int ast_register_cleanup ( void(*)(void)  func)

Register a function to be executed before Asterisk gracefully exits.


If Asterisk is immediately shutdown (core stop now, or sending the TERM signal), the callback is not run. When the callbacks are run, they are run in sequence with ast_register_atexit() callbacks, in the reverse order of registration.

funcThe callback function to use.
Return values
0on success.
-1on error.

Definition at line 19 of file clicompat.c.

20 {
21  return 0;
22 }

References ast_atexit::func, and register_atexit().

Referenced by aco_init(), app_init(), ast_aoc_cli_init(), ast_autoservice_init(), ast_bridging_init(), ast_bucket_init(), ast_builtins_init(), ast_channels_init(), ast_codec_init(), ast_device_state_engine_init(), ast_dns_system_resolver_init(), ast_endpoint_init(), ast_endpoint_stasis_init(), ast_file_init(), ast_format_cache_init(), ast_format_init(), ast_image_init(), ast_local_init(), ast_media_cache_init(), ast_msg_init(), ast_named_locks_init(), ast_parking_stasis_init(), ast_pickup_init(), ast_presence_state_engine_init(), ast_rtp_engine_init(), ast_security_stasis_init(), ast_sorcery_init(), ast_stasis_bridging_init(), ast_stasis_channels_init(), ast_stasis_system_init(), ast_stun_init(), ast_test_init(), ast_timing_init(), ast_tps_init(), ast_translate_init(), ast_utils_init(), ast_xmldoc_load_documentation(), asterisk_daemon(), astobj2_init(), container_init(), devstate_init(), dns_core_init(), load_module(), load_pbx_app(), load_pbx_builtins(), load_pbx_functions_cli(), load_pbx_hangup_handler(), load_pbx_switch(), load_pbx_variables(), manager_bridging_init(), manager_channels_init(), manager_endpoints_init(), manager_mwi_init(), manager_system_init(), mwi_init(), register_config_cli(), stasis_cache_init(), and stasis_init().

◆ ast_set_priority()

int ast_set_priority ( int  pri)

We set ourselves to a high priority, that we might pre-empt everything else. If your PBX has heavy activity on it, this is a good thing.

Provided by asterisk.c

Definition at line 1835 of file asterisk.c.

1836 {
1837  struct sched_param sched;
1838  memset(&sched, 0, sizeof(sched));
1839 #ifdef __linux__
1840  if (pri) {
1841  sched.sched_priority = 10;
1842  if (sched_setscheduler(0, SCHED_RR, &sched)) {
1843  return -1;
1844  }
1845  } else {
1846  sched.sched_priority = 0;
1847  /* According to the manpage, these parameters can never fail. */
1848  sched_setscheduler(0, SCHED_OTHER, &sched);
1849  }
1850 #else
1851  if (pri) {
1852  if (setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, -10) == -1) {
1853  ast_log(LOG_WARNING, "Unable to set high priority\n");
1854  return -1;
1855  } else
1856  ast_verb(1, "Set to high priority\n");
1857  } else {
1858  /* According to the manpage, these parameters can never fail. */
1859  setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, 0);
1860  }
1861 #endif
1862  return 0;
1863 }
#define sched_setscheduler
Definition: asterisk.h:51
#define setpriority
Definition: asterisk.h:50
#define ast_log
Definition: astobj2.c:42
#define ast_verb(level,...)
Definition: sched.c:76

References ast_log, ast_verb, LOG_WARNING, sched_setscheduler, and setpriority.

Referenced by app_exec(), asterisk_daemon(), main(), mp3play(), safe_exec_prep(), send_waveform_to_fd(), set_priority_all(), and spawn_mp3().

◆ ast_shutdown_final()

int ast_shutdown_final ( void  )
non-zero if the server is actively shutting down.

The server is releasing resources and unloading modules. It won't be long now.

Definition at line 1865 of file asterisk.c.

1866 {
1868 }
Definition: asterisk.c:360

References SHUTTING_DOWN_FINAL, and shuttingdown.

Referenced by httpd_process_request(), send_notify(), session_inv_on_media_update(), session_inv_on_redirected(), session_inv_on_rx_offer(), session_inv_on_state_changed(), and session_inv_on_tsx_state_changed().

◆ ast_shutting_down()

int ast_shutting_down ( void  )

The server is preventing new channel creation in preparation for shutdown and may actively be releasing resources. The shutdown process may be canceled by ast_cancel_shutdown() if it is not too late.

The preparation to shutdown phase can be quite lengthy if we are gracefully shutting down. How long existing calls will last is not up to us.
non-zero if the server is preparing to or actively shutting down.

Definition at line 1870 of file asterisk.c.

1871 {
1872  return shutdown_pending;
1873 }

References shutdown_pending.

Referenced by __ast_channel_alloc_ap(), ast_cli_command_full(), ast_unregister_translator(), confbridge_exec(), handle_request_options(), options_on_rx_request(), and process_message().

◆ ast_unregister_atexit()

void ast_unregister_atexit ( void(*)(void)  func)

Unregister a function registered with ast_register_atexit().

funcThe callback function to unregister.

Definition at line 1058 of file asterisk.c.

1059 {
1063 }
static void __ast_unregister_atexit(void(*func)(void))
Definition: asterisk.c:1015
#define AST_LIST_LOCK(head)
Locks a list.
Definition: linkedlists.h:40
#define AST_LIST_UNLOCK(head)
Attempts to unlock a list.
Definition: linkedlists.h:140

References __ast_unregister_atexit(), AST_LIST_LOCK, AST_LIST_UNLOCK, and ast_atexit::func.

Referenced by unload_module().