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add an additional async notification communication method based on callback

Reviewed-by: Matt Caswell <matt@openssl.org>
Reviewed-by: Paul Yang <yang.yang@baishancloud.com>
Signed-off-by: Ping Yu <ping.yu@intel.com>
Signed-off-by: Steven Linsell <stevenx.linsell@intel.com>

(Merged from https://github.com/openssl/openssl/pull/7573)
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Ping Yu 4 years ago
committed by Matt Caswell
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14 changed files with 369 additions and 20 deletions
  1. +3
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      crypto/async/async_locl.h
  2. +35
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      crypto/async/async_wait.c
  3. +69
    -4
      doc/man3/ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_new.pod
  4. +20
    -16
      doc/man3/ASYNC_start_job.pod
  5. +96
    -0
      doc/man3/SSL_set_async_callback.pod
  6. +14
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      engines/e_dasync.c
  7. +14
    -0
      include/openssl/async.h
  8. +9
    -0
      include/openssl/ssl.h
  9. +48
    -0
      ssl/ssl_lib.c
  10. +8
    -0
      ssl/ssl_locl.h
  11. +38
    -0
      test/asynctest.c
  12. +4
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      util/libcrypto.num
  13. +5
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      util/libssl.num
  14. +6
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      util/private.num

+ 3
- 0
crypto/async/async_locl.h View File

@ -59,6 +59,9 @@ struct async_wait_ctx_st {
struct fd_lookup_st *fds;
size_t numadd;
size_t numdel;
ASYNC_callback_fn callback;
void *callback_arg;
int status;
};
DEFINE_STACK_OF(ASYNC_JOB)


+ 35
- 0
crypto/async/async_wait.c View File

@ -182,6 +182,41 @@ int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_clear_fd(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, const void *key)
return 0;
}
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx,
ASYNC_callback_fn callback,
void *callback_arg)
{
if (ctx == NULL)
return 0;
ctx->callback = callback;
ctx->callback_arg = callback_arg;
return 1;
}
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx,
ASYNC_callback_fn *callback,
void **callback_arg)
{
if (ctx->callback == NULL)
return 0;
*callback = ctx->callback;
*callback_arg = ctx->callback_arg;
return 1;
}
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, int status)
{
ctx->status = status;
return 1;
}
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx)
{
return ctx->status;
}
void async_wait_ctx_reset_counts(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx)
{
struct fd_lookup_st *curr, *prev = NULL;


+ 69
- 4
doc/man3/ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_new.pod View File

@ -4,13 +4,22 @@
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_new, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_free, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_wait_fd,
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_fd, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_all_fds,
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_changed_fds, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_clear_fd - functions to manage
waiting for asynchronous jobs to complete
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_changed_fds, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_clear_fd,
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback,
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status, ASYNC_callback_fn,
ASYNC_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED, ASYNC_STATUS_ERR, ASYNC_STATUS_OK,
ASYNC_STATUS_EAGAIN
- functions to manage waiting for asynchronous jobs to complete
=head1 SYNOPSIS
#include <openssl/async.h>
#define ASYNC_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED 0
#define ASYNC_STATUS_ERR 1
#define ASYNC_STATUS_OK 2
#define ASYNC_STATUS_EAGAIN 3
typedef int (*ASYNC_callback_fn)(void *arg);
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_new(void);
void ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_free(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_wait_fd(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, const void *key,
@ -26,6 +35,14 @@ waiting for asynchronous jobs to complete
size_t *numaddfds, OSSL_ASYNC_FD *delfd,
size_t *numdelfds);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_clear_fd(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, const void *key);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx,
ASYNC_callback_fn callback,
void *callback_arg);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx,
ASYNC_callback_fn *callback,
void **callback_arg);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, int status);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx);
=head1 DESCRIPTION
@ -103,14 +120,58 @@ code that the job should be resumed by making the wait file descriptor
"readable". Once resumed the engine should clear the wake signal on the wait
file descriptor.
As well as a file descriptor, user code may also be notified via a callback. The
callback and data pointers are stored within the ASYNC_WAIT_CTX along with an
additional status field that can be used for the notification of retries from an
engine. This additional method can be used when the user thinks that a file
descriptor is too costly in terms of CPU cycles or in some context where a file
descriptor is not appropriate.
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback() sets the callback and the callback argument. The
callback will be called to notify user code when an engine completes a
cryptography operation. It is a requirement that the callback function is small
and non-blocking as it will be run in the context of a polling mechanism or an
interrupt.
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback() returns the callback set in the ASYNC_WAIT_CTX
structure.
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status() allows an engine to set the current engine status.
The possible status values are the following:
ASYNC_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED: The engine does not support the callback mechanism.
This is the default value. The engine must call ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status() to
set the status to some value other than ASYNC_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED if it intends
to enable the callback mechanism.
ASYNC_STATUS_ERR: The engine has a fatal problem with this request. The user
code should clean up this session.
ASYNC_STATUS_OK: The request has been successfully submitted.
ASYNC_STATUS_EAGAIN: The engine has some problem which will be recovered soon,
such as a buffer is full, so user code should resume the job.
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status() allows user code to obtain the current status value.
If the status is any value other than ASYNC_STATUS_OK then the user code should
not expect to receive a callback from the engine even if one has been set.
An example of the usage of the callback method might be the following. User
code would initiate cryptographic operations, and the engine code would dispatch
this operation to hardware, and if the dispatch is successful, then the engine
code would call ASYNC_pause_job() to return control to the user code. After
that, user code can perform other tasks. When the hardware completes the
operation, normally it is detected by a polling function or an interrupt, as the
user code set a callback by calling ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback() previously,
then the registered callback will be called.
=head1 RETURN VALUES
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_new() returns a pointer to the newly allocated ASYNC_WAIT_CTX or
NULL on error.
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_wait_fd, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_fd, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_all_fds,
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_changed_fds and ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_clear_fd all return 1 on
success or 0 on error.
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_changed_fds, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_clear_fd,
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback, ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback and
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status all return 1 on success or 0 on error.
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status() returs the engine status.
=head1 NOTES
@ -132,6 +193,10 @@ ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_fd(), ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_all_fds(),
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_changed_fds() and ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_clear_fd()
were added in OpenSSL 1.1.0.
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback(), ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback(),
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status(), and ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status()
were added in OpenSSL 3.0.0.
=head1 COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2016 The OpenSSL Project Authors. All Rights Reserved.


+ 20
- 16
doc/man3/ASYNC_start_job.pod View File

@ -107,22 +107,26 @@ ASYNC_pause_job() is called whilst not within the context of a job then no
action is taken and ASYNC_pause_job() returns immediately.
ASYNC_get_wait_ctx() can be used to get a pointer to the ASYNC_WAIT_CTX
for the B<job>. ASYNC_WAIT_CTXs can have a "wait" file descriptor associated
with them. Applications can wait for the file descriptor to be ready for "read"
using a system function call such as select or poll (being ready for "read"
indicates that the job should be resumed). If no file descriptor is made
available then an application will have to periodically "poll" the job by
attempting to restart it to see if it is ready to continue.
An example of typical usage might be an async capable engine. User code would
initiate cryptographic operations. The engine would initiate those operations
asynchronously and then call L<ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_wait_fd(3)> followed by
ASYNC_pause_job() to return control to the user code. The user code can then
perform other tasks or wait for the job to be ready by calling "select" or other
similar function on the wait file descriptor. The engine can signal to the user
code that the job should be resumed by making the wait file descriptor
"readable". Once resumed the engine should clear the wake signal on the wait
file descriptor.
for the B<job>. ASYNC_WAIT_CTXs contain two different ways to notify
applications that a job is ready to be resumed. One is a "wait" file
descriptor, and the other is a "callback" mechanism.
The "wait" file descriptor associated with ASYNC_WAIT_CTX is used for
applications to wait for the file descriptor to be ready for "read" using a
system function call such as select or poll (being ready for "read" indicates
that the job should be resumed). If no file descriptor is made available then
an application will have to periodically "poll" the job by attempting to restart
it to see if it is ready to continue.
ASYNC_WAIT_CTXs also have a "callback" mechanism to notify applications. The
callback is set by an application, and it will be automatically called when an
engine completes a cryptography operation, so that the application can resume
the paused work flow without polling. An engine could be written to look whether
the callback has been set. If it has then it would use the callback mechanism
in preference to the file descriptor notifications. If a callback is not set
then the engine may use file descriptor based notifications. Please note that
not all engines may support the callback mechanism, so the callback may not be
used even if it has been set. See ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_new() for more details.
The ASYNC_block_pause() function will prevent the currently active job from
pausing. The block will remain in place until a subsequent call to


+ 96
- 0
doc/man3/SSL_set_async_callback.pod View File

@ -0,0 +1,96 @@
=pod
=head1 NAME
SSL_CTX_set_async_callback,
SSL_CTX_set_async_callback_arg,
SSL_set_async_callback,
SSL_set_async_callback_arg,
SSL_get_async_status,
SSL_async_callback_fn
- manage asynchronous operations
=head1 SYNOPSIS
=for comment multiple includes
#include <openssl/ssl.h>
typedef int (*SSL_async_callback_fn)(SSL *s, void *arg);
int SSL_CTX_set_async_callback(SSL_CTX *ctx, SSL_async_callback_fn callback);
int SSL_CTX_set_async_callback_arg(SSL_CTX *ctx, void *arg);
int SSL_set_async_callback(SSL *s, SSL_async_callback_fn callback);
int SSL_set_async_callback_arg(SSL *s, void *arg);
int SSL_get_async_status(SSL *s, int *status);
=head1 DESCRIPTION
SSL_CTX_set_async_callback() sets an asynchronous callback function. All SSL
objects generated based on this SSL_CTX will get this callback. If an engine
supports the callback mechanism, it will be automatically called if
SSL_MODE_ASYNC has been set and an asynchronous capable engine completes a
cryptography operation to notify the application to resume the paused work flow.
SSL_CTX_set_async_callback_arg() sets the callback argument.
SSL_set_async_callback() allows an application to set a callback in an
asynchronous SSL object, so that when an engine completes a cryptography
operation, the callback will be called to notify the application to resume the
paused work flow.
SSL_set_async_callback_arg() sets an argument for the SSL object when the above
callback is called.
SSL_get_async_status() returns the engine status. This function facilitates the
communication from the engine to the application. During an SSL session,
cryptographic operations are dispatched to an engine. The engine status is very
useful for an application to know if the operation has been successfully
dispatched. If the engine does not support this additional callback method,
"ASYNC_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED" will be returned. See ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status() for
a description of all of the status values.
An example of the above functions would be the following.
1. Application sets the async callback and callback data on an SSL connection
by calling SSL_set_async_callback().
2. Application sets SSL_MODE_ASYNC and makes an asynchronous SSL call
3. OpenSSL submits the asynchronous request to the engine. If a retry occurs at
this point then the status within the ASYNC_WAIT_CTX would be set and the async
callback function would be called (goto Step 7).
4. The OpenSSL engine pauses the current job and returns, so that the
application can continue processing other connections.
5. At a future point in time (probably via a polling mechanism or via an
interrupt) the engine will become aware that the asynchronous request has
finished processing.
6. The engine will call the application's callback passing the callback data as
a parameter.
7. The callback function should then run. Note: it is a requirement that the
callback function is small and non-blocking as it will be run in the context of
a polling mechanism or an interrupt.
8. It is the application's responsibility via the callback function to schedule
recalling the OpenSSL asynchronous function and to continue processing.
9. The callback function has the option to check the status returned via
SSL_get_async_status() to determine whether a retry happened instead of the
request being submitted, allowing different processing if required.
=head1 RETURN VALUES
SSL_CTX_set_async_callback(), SSL_set_async_callback(),
SSL_CTX_set_async_callback_arg(), SSL_CTX_set_async_callback_arg() and
SSL_get_async_status() return 1 on success or 0 on error.
=head1 HISTORY
SSL_CTX_set_async_callback(), SSL_CTX_set_async_callback_arg(),
SSL_set_async_callback(), SSL_set_async_callback_arg() and
SSL_get_async_status() were first added to OpenSSL 3.0.0.
=head1 COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2019 The OpenSSL Project Authors. All Rights Reserved.
Licensed under the OpenSSL license (the "License"). You may not use
this file except in compliance with the License. You can obtain a copy
in the file LICENSE in the source distribution or at
L<https://www.openssl.org/source/license.html>.
=cut

+ 14
- 0
engines/e_dasync.c View File

@ -403,6 +403,8 @@ static void wait_cleanup(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, const void *key,
static void dummy_pause_job(void) {
ASYNC_JOB *job;
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *waitctx;
ASYNC_callback_fn callback;
void * callback_arg;
OSSL_ASYNC_FD pipefds[2] = {0, 0};
OSSL_ASYNC_FD *writefd;
#if defined(ASYNC_WIN)
@ -417,6 +419,18 @@ static void dummy_pause_job(void) {
waitctx = ASYNC_get_wait_ctx(job);
if (ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback(waitctx, &callback, &callback_arg) && callback != NULL) {
/*
* In the Dummy async engine we are cheating. We call the callback that the job
* is complete before the call to ASYNC_pause_job(). A real
* async engine would only call the callback when the job was actually complete
*/
(*callback)(callback_arg);
ASYNC_pause_job();
return;
}
if (ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_fd(waitctx, engine_dasync_id, &pipefds[0],
(void **)&writefd)) {
pipefds[1] = *writefd;


+ 14
- 0
include/openssl/async.h View File

@ -31,12 +31,18 @@ extern "C" {
typedef struct async_job_st ASYNC_JOB;
typedef struct async_wait_ctx_st ASYNC_WAIT_CTX;
typedef int (*ASYNC_callback_fn)(void *arg);
#define ASYNC_ERR 0
#define ASYNC_NO_JOBS 1
#define ASYNC_PAUSE 2
#define ASYNC_FINISH 3
#define ASYNC_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED 0
#define ASYNC_STATUS_ERR 1
#define ASYNC_STATUS_OK 2
#define ASYNC_STATUS_EAGAIN 3
int ASYNC_init_thread(size_t max_size, size_t init_size);
void ASYNC_cleanup_thread(void);
@ -52,6 +58,14 @@ int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_fd(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, const void *key,
OSSL_ASYNC_FD *fd, void **custom_data);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_all_fds(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, OSSL_ASYNC_FD *fd,
size_t *numfds);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx,
ASYNC_callback_fn *callback,
void **callback_arg);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx,
ASYNC_callback_fn callback,
void *callback_arg);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, int status);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx);
int ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_changed_fds(ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx, OSSL_ASYNC_FD *addfd,
size_t *numaddfds, OSSL_ASYNC_FD *delfd,
size_t *numdelfds);


+ 9
- 0
include/openssl/ssl.h View File

@ -293,6 +293,9 @@ typedef int (*SSL_custom_ext_parse_cb_ex)(SSL *s, unsigned int ext_type,
/* Typedef for verification callback */
typedef int (*SSL_verify_cb)(int preverify_ok, X509_STORE_CTX *x509_ctx);
/* Typedef for SSL async callback */
typedef int (*SSL_async_callback_fn)(SSL *s, void *arg);
/*
* Some values are reserved until OpenSSL 1.2.0 because they were previously
* included in SSL_OP_ALL in a 1.1.x release.
@ -1815,6 +1818,12 @@ __owur int SSL_get_all_async_fds(SSL *s, OSSL_ASYNC_FD *fds, size_t *numfds);
__owur int SSL_get_changed_async_fds(SSL *s, OSSL_ASYNC_FD *addfd,
size_t *numaddfds, OSSL_ASYNC_FD *delfd,
size_t *numdelfds);
__owur int SSL_CTX_set_async_callback(SSL_CTX *ctx, SSL_async_callback_fn callback);
__owur int SSL_CTX_set_async_callback_arg(SSL_CTX *ctx, void *arg);
__owur int SSL_set_async_callback(SSL *s, SSL_async_callback_fn callback);
__owur int SSL_set_async_callback_arg(SSL *s, void *arg);
__owur int SSL_get_async_status(SSL *s, int *status);
# endif
__owur int SSL_accept(SSL *ssl);
__owur int SSL_stateless(SSL *s);


+ 48
- 0
ssl/ssl_lib.c View File

@ -831,6 +831,9 @@ SSL *SSL_new(SSL_CTX *ctx)
s->psk_find_session_cb = ctx->psk_find_session_cb;
s->psk_use_session_cb = ctx->psk_use_session_cb;
s->async_cb = ctx->async_cb;
s->async_cb_arg = ctx->async_cb_arg;
s->job = NULL;
#ifndef OPENSSL_NO_CT
@ -1652,6 +1655,40 @@ int SSL_get_changed_async_fds(SSL *s, OSSL_ASYNC_FD *addfd, size_t *numaddfds,
numdelfds);
}
int SSL_CTX_set_async_callback(SSL_CTX *ctx, SSL_async_callback_fn callback)
{
ctx->async_cb = callback;
return 1;
}
int SSL_CTX_set_async_callback_arg(SSL_CTX *ctx, void *arg)
{
ctx->async_cb_arg = arg;
return 1;
}
int SSL_set_async_callback(SSL *s, SSL_async_callback_fn callback)
{
s->async_cb = callback;
return 1;
}
int SSL_set_async_callback_arg(SSL *s, void *arg)
{
s->async_cb_arg = arg;
return 1;
}
int SSL_get_async_status(SSL *s, int *status)
{
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *ctx = s->waitctx;
if (ctx == NULL)
return 0;
*status = ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status(ctx);
return 1;
}
int SSL_accept(SSL *s)
{
if (s->handshake_func == NULL) {
@ -1677,6 +1714,13 @@ long SSL_get_default_timeout(const SSL *s)
return s->method->get_timeout();
}
static int ssl_async_wait_ctx_cb(void *arg)
{
SSL *s = (SSL *)arg;
return s->async_cb(s, s->async_cb_arg);
}
static int ssl_start_async_job(SSL *s, struct ssl_async_args *args,
int (*func) (void *))
{
@ -1685,6 +1729,10 @@ static int ssl_start_async_job(SSL *s, struct ssl_async_args *args,
s->waitctx = ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_new();
if (s->waitctx == NULL)
return -1;
if (s->async_cb != NULL
&& !ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback
(s->waitctx, ssl_async_wait_ctx_cb, s))
return -1;
}
switch (ASYNC_start_job(&s->job, s->waitctx, &ret, func, args,
sizeof(struct ssl_async_args))) {


+ 8
- 0
ssl/ssl_locl.h View File

@ -1076,6 +1076,10 @@ struct ssl_ctx_st {
/* Do we advertise Post-handshake auth support? */
int pha_enabled;
/* Callback for SSL async handling */
SSL_async_callback_fn async_cb;
void *async_cb_arg;
};
struct ssl_st {
@ -1471,6 +1475,10 @@ struct ssl_st {
/* Callback to determine if early_data is acceptable or not */
SSL_allow_early_data_cb_fn allow_early_data_cb;
void *allow_early_data_cb_data;
/* Callback for SSL async handling */
SSL_async_callback_fn async_cb;
void *async_cb_arg;
};
/*


+ 38
- 0
test/asynctest.c View File

@ -123,6 +123,43 @@ static int test_ASYNC_init_thread(void)
return 1;
}
static int test_callback(void *arg)
{
printf("callback test pass\n");
return 1;
}
static int test_ASYNC_callback_status(void)
{
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX *waitctx = NULL;
int set_arg = 100;
ASYNC_callback_fn get_callback;
void *get_arg;
int set_status = 1;
if ( !ASYNC_init_thread(1, 0)
|| (waitctx = ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_new()) == NULL
|| ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback(waitctx, test_callback, (void*)&set_arg)
!= 1
|| ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback(waitctx, &get_callback, &get_arg)
!= 1
|| test_callback != get_callback
|| get_arg != (void*)&set_arg
|| (*get_callback)(get_arg) != 1
|| ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status(waitctx, set_status) != 1
|| set_status != ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status(waitctx)) {
fprintf(stderr, "test_ASYNC_callback_status() failed\n");
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_free(waitctx);
ASYNC_cleanup_thread();
return 0;
}
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_free(waitctx);
ASYNC_cleanup_thread();
return 1;
}
static int test_ASYNC_start_job(void)
{
ASYNC_JOB *job = NULL;
@ -279,6 +316,7 @@ int main(int argc, char **argv)
CRYPTO_mem_ctrl(CRYPTO_MEM_CHECK_ON);
if ( !test_ASYNC_init_thread()
|| !test_ASYNC_callback_status()
|| !test_ASYNC_start_job()
|| !test_ASYNC_get_current_job()
|| !test_ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_all_fds()


+ 4
- 0
util/libcrypto.num View File

@ -4622,3 +4622,7 @@ CRYPTO_siv128_cleanup 4577 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:SIV
CRYPTO_siv128_speed 4578 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:SIV
OPENSSL_INIT_set_config_filename 4579 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:STDIO
OPENSSL_INIT_set_config_file_flags 4580 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:STDIO
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_callback 4581 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_callback 4582 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_set_status 4583 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
ASYNC_WAIT_CTX_get_status 4584 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:

+ 5
- 0
util/libssl.num View File

@ -498,3 +498,8 @@ SSL_CTX_get_recv_max_early_data 498 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
SSL_CTX_set_recv_max_early_data 499 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
SSL_CTX_set_post_handshake_auth 500 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
SSL_get_signature_type_nid 501 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
SSL_CTX_set_async_callback 502 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
SSL_CTX_set_async_callback_arg 503 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
SSL_set_async_callback 504 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
SSL_set_async_callback_arg 505 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:
SSL_get_async_status 506 3_0_0 EXIST::FUNCTION:

+ 6
- 0
util/private.num View File

@ -90,6 +90,8 @@ custom_ext_free_cb datatype
custom_ext_parse_cb datatype
pem_password_cb datatype
ssl_ct_validation_cb datatype
ASYNC_callback_fn datatype
SSL_async_callback_fn datatype
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BIO_append_filename define
BIO_destroy_bio_pair define
@ -475,3 +477,7 @@ X509_STORE_set_verify_func define
EVP_PKEY_CTX_set1_id define
EVP_PKEY_CTX_get1_id define
EVP_PKEY_CTX_get1_id_len define
ASYNC_STATUS_EAGAIN define
ASYNC_STATUS_OK define
ASYNC_STATUS_ERR define
ASYNC_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED define

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