// SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
 * Functions related to generic timeout handling of requests.
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <linux/module.h>
#include <linux/blkdev.h>
#include <linux/fault-inject.h>

#include "blk.h"
#include "blk-mq.h"


static DECLARE_FAULT_ATTR(fail_io_timeout);

static int __init setup_fail_io_timeout(char *str)
	return setup_fault_attr(&fail_io_timeout, str);
__setup("fail_io_timeout=", setup_fail_io_timeout);

int blk_should_fake_timeout(struct request_queue *q)
	if (!test_bit(QUEUE_FLAG_FAIL_IO, &q->queue_flags))
		return 0;

	return should_fail(&fail_io_timeout, 1);

static int __init fail_io_timeout_debugfs(void)
	struct dentry *dir = fault_create_debugfs_attr("fail_io_timeout",
						NULL, &fail_io_timeout);

	return PTR_ERR_OR_ZERO(dir);


ssize_t part_timeout_show(struct device *dev, struct device_attribute *attr,
			  char *buf)
	struct gendisk *disk = dev_to_disk(dev);
	int set = test_bit(QUEUE_FLAG_FAIL_IO, &disk->queue->queue_flags);

	return sprintf(buf, "%d\n", set != 0);

ssize_t part_timeout_store(struct device *dev, struct device_attribute *attr,
			   const char *buf, size_t count)
	struct gendisk *disk = dev_to_disk(dev);
	int val;

	if (count) {
		struct request_queue *q = disk->queue;
		char *p = (char *) buf;

		val = simple_strtoul(p, &p, 10);
		if (val)
			blk_queue_flag_set(QUEUE_FLAG_FAIL_IO, q);
			blk_queue_flag_clear(QUEUE_FLAG_FAIL_IO, q);

	return count;


 * blk_abort_request -- Request request recovery for the specified command
 * @req:	pointer to the request of interest
 * This function requests that the block layer start recovery for the
 * request by deleting the timer and calling the q's timeout function.
 * LLDDs who implement their own error recovery MAY ignore the timeout
 * event if they generated blk_abort_request.
void blk_abort_request(struct request *req)
	 * All we need to ensure is that timeout scan takes place
	 * immediately and that scan sees the new timeout value.
	 * No need for fancy synchronizations.
	WRITE_ONCE(req->deadline, jiffies);

unsigned long blk_rq_timeout(unsigned long timeout)
	unsigned long maxt;

	maxt = round_jiffies_up(jiffies + BLK_MAX_TIMEOUT);
	if (time_after(timeout, maxt))
		timeout = maxt;

	return timeout;

 * blk_add_timer - Start timeout timer for a single request
 * @req:	request that is about to start running.
 * Notes:
 *    Each request has its own timer, and as it is added to the queue, we
 *    set up the timer. When the request completes, we cancel the timer.
void blk_add_timer(struct request *req)
	struct request_queue *q = req->q;
	unsigned long expiry;

	 * Some LLDs, like scsi, peek at the timeout to prevent a
	 * command from being retried forever.
	if (!req->timeout)
		req->timeout = q->rq_timeout;

	req->rq_flags &= ~RQF_TIMED_OUT;

	expiry = jiffies + req->timeout;
	WRITE_ONCE(req->deadline, expiry);

	 * If the timer isn't already pending or this timeout is earlier
	 * than an existing one, modify the timer. Round up to next nearest
	 * second.
	expiry = blk_rq_timeout(round_jiffies_up(expiry));

	if (!timer_pending(&q->timeout) ||
	    time_before(expiry, q->timeout.expires)) {
		unsigned long diff = q->timeout.expires - expiry;

		 * Due to added timer slack to group timers, the timer
		 * will often be a little in front of what we asked for.
		 * So apply some tolerance here too, otherwise we keep
		 * modifying the timer because expires for value X
		 * will be X + something.
		if (!timer_pending(&q->timeout) || (diff >= HZ / 2))
			mod_timer(&q->timeout, expiry);