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#ifndef _PTHREAD_WORKQUEUE_PRIVATE_H_
#define _PTHREAD_WORKQUEUE_PRIVATE_H_

#if XNU_KERNEL_PRIVATE && !defined(__PTHREAD_EXPOSE_INTERNALS__)
#define __PTHREAD_EXPOSE_INTERNALS__ 1
#endif // XNU_KERNEL_PRIVATE

#ifdef __PTHREAD_EXPOSE_INTERNALS__
/* workq_kernreturn commands */
#define WQOPS_THREAD_RETURN              0x004 /* parks the thread back into the kernel */
#define WQOPS_QUEUE_NEWSPISUPP           0x010 /* this is to check for newer SPI support */
#define WQOPS_QUEUE_REQTHREADS           0x020 /* request number of threads of a prio */
#define WQOPS_QUEUE_REQTHREADS2          0x030 /* request a number of threads in a given priority bucket */
#define WQOPS_THREAD_KEVENT_RETURN       0x040 /* parks the thread after delivering the passed kevent array */
#define WQOPS_SET_EVENT_MANAGER_PRIORITY 0x080 /* max() in the provided priority in the the priority of the event manager */
#define WQOPS_THREAD_WORKLOOP_RETURN     0x100 /* parks the thread after delivering the passed kevent array */
#define WQOPS_SHOULD_NARROW              0x200 /* checks whether we should narrow our concurrency */
#define WQOPS_SETUP_DISPATCH             0x400 /* setup pthread workqueue-related operations */

/* flag values for upcall flags field, only 8 bits per struct threadlist */
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_PRIO_SCHED               0x00008000
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_PRIO_QOS                 0x00004000
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_PRIO_MASK                0x00000fff

#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_OVERCOMMIT               0x00010000  /* thread is with overcommit prio */
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_REUSE                    0x00020000  /* thread is being reused */
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_NEWSPI                   0x00040000  /* the call is with new SPIs */
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_KEVENT                   0x00080000  /* thread is response to kevent req */
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_EVENT_MANAGER            0x00100000  /* event manager thread */
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_TSD_BASE_SET             0x00200000  /* tsd base has already been set */
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_WORKLOOP                 0x00400000  /* workloop thread */
#define WQ_FLAG_THREAD_OUTSIDEQOS               0x00800000  /* thread qos changes should not be sent to kernel */

#define WQ_KEVENT_LIST_LEN  16 // WORKQ_KEVENT_EVENT_BUFFER_LEN
#define WQ_KEVENT_DATA_SIZE (32 * 1024)

/* kqueue_workloop_ctl commands */
#define KQ_WORKLOOP_CREATE                              0x01
#define KQ_WORKLOOP_DESTROY                             0x02

/* indicate which fields of kq_workloop_create params are valid */
#define KQ_WORKLOOP_CREATE_SCHED_PRI    0x01
#define KQ_WORKLOOP_CREATE_SCHED_POL    0x02
#define KQ_WORKLOOP_CREATE_CPU_PERCENT  0x04

struct kqueue_workloop_params {
	int kqwlp_version;
	int kqwlp_flags;
	uint64_t kqwlp_id;
	int kqwlp_sched_pri;
	int kqwlp_sched_pol;
	int kqwlp_cpu_percent;
	int kqwlp_cpu_refillms;
} __attribute__((packed));

_Static_assert(offsetof(struct kqueue_workloop_params, kqwlp_version) == 0,
    "kqwlp_version should be first");

int
__workq_open(void);

int
__workq_kernreturn(int op, void *arg2, int arg3, int arg4);

int
__kqueue_workloop_ctl(uintptr_t cmd, uint64_t options, void *addr, size_t sz);

/* SPI flags between WQ and workq_setup_thread in pthread.kext */
#define WQ_SETUP_NONE           0
#define WQ_SETUP_FIRST_USE      1
#define WQ_SETUP_CLEAR_VOUCHER  2
// was  WQ_SETUP_SET_SCHED_CALL 4
#define WQ_SETUP_EXIT_THREAD    8

#endif // __PTHREAD_EXPOSE_INTERNALS__

#define WORKQ_DISPATCH_CONFIG_VERSION        2
#define WORKQ_DISPATCH_MIN_SUPPORTED_VERSION 1
#define WORKQ_DISPATCH_SUPPORTED_FLAGS       0
struct workq_dispatch_config {
	uint32_t wdc_version;
	uint32_t wdc_flags;
	uint64_t wdc_queue_serialno_offs;
	uint64_t wdc_queue_label_offs;
} __attribute__((packed, aligned(4)));

#endif // _PTHREAD_WORKQUEUE_PRIVATE_H_