OpenSSL: fix bulid on older library versions
[exim.git] / src / exim_monitor / em_strip.c
1 /*************************************************
2 * Exim Monitor *
3 *************************************************/
4
5 /* Copyright (c) University of Cambridge 1995 - 2009 */
6 /* See the file NOTICE for conditions of use and distribution. */
7
8
9 #include "em_hdr.h"
10
11 /* This module contains functions for handling stripcharts */
12
13
14 /*************************************************
15 * Static variables *
16 *************************************************/
17
18 static int queue_first_time = 1; /* flag for resetting time */
19 static int size_first_time = 1; /* and another */
20
21 static int stripchart_count = 0; /* count stripcharts created */
22 static int *stripchart_delay; /* vector of delay counts */
23 static Widget *stripchart_label; /* vector of label widgets */
24 static int *stripchart_last_total; /* vector of previous values */
25 static int *stripchart_max; /* vector of maxima */
26 static int *stripchart_middelay; /* vector of */
27 static int *stripchart_midmax; /* vector of */
28 static uschar **stripchart_name; /* vector of name strings */
29 static Widget stripchart_prev_chart = NULL; /* previously created chart */
30 static Widget stripchart_prev_label = NULL; /* previously created label */
31
32
33
34 /*************************************************
35 * Initialize *
36 *************************************************/
37
38 void stripchart_init(void)
39 {
40 stripchart_delay = (int *)store_malloc(stripchart_number * sizeof(int));
41 stripchart_label = (Widget *)store_malloc(stripchart_number * sizeof(Widget));
42 stripchart_last_total = (int *)store_malloc(stripchart_number * sizeof(int));
43 stripchart_max = (int *)store_malloc(stripchart_number * sizeof(int));
44 stripchart_middelay = (int *)store_malloc(stripchart_number * sizeof(int));
45 stripchart_midmax = (int *)store_malloc(stripchart_number * sizeof(int));
46 stripchart_name = (uschar **)store_malloc(stripchart_number * sizeof(uschar *));
47 stripchart_total = (int *)store_malloc(stripchart_number * sizeof(int));
48 }
49
50
51
52 /*************************************************
53 * Stripchart callback function *
54 *************************************************/
55
56 /* The client data is the index of the stripchart. We have to play
57 a little game in order to ensure that the double value is correctly
58 passed back via the value pointer without the compiler doing an
59 unwanted cast. */
60
61 static void
62 stripchartAction(Widget w, XtPointer client_data, XtPointer value)
63 {
64 double * ptr = (double *)value;
65 static int thresholds[] =
66 {10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10000, 0};
67 int num = (long)client_data;
68 int oldmax = 0;
69 int newmax = 0;
70 int newvalue = 0;
71 int i = 0;
72
73 /* For the queue stripchart, the value is the current vector value.
74 We reset the initial delay of 1 second to the normal value. */
75
76 if (num == 0)
77 {
78 newvalue = stripchart_total[0];
79 if (queue_first_time)
80 {
81 xs_SetValues(w, 1, "update", stripchart_update);
82 queue_first_time = 0;
83 }
84 }
85
86 /* For the size monitoring stripchart, the value is the percentage
87 fullness of the partition. A similar fudge to the above is implemented
88 for the first time. Not all OS have statvfs(); for those that don't this
89 code is omitted. In fact it should never be obeyed, as we don't allow
90 size_stripchart to get set in that case. For some OS the old function
91 and struct name statfs is used; that is handled by a macro. */
92
93 else if (size_stripchart != NULL && num == 1)
94 {
95 #ifdef HAVE_STATFS
96 struct statvfs statbuf;
97 if (statvfs(CS size_stripchart, &statbuf) == 0)
98 {
99 int used = statbuf.f_blocks - statbuf.f_bfree;
100 int max = used + statbuf.f_bavail;
101 double fraction = ((double)used) / ((double)max);
102 newvalue = (int)((fraction + 0.005) * 100.0);
103 }
104 #endif
105 if (size_first_time)
106 {
107 xs_SetValues(w, 1, "update", stripchart_update);
108 size_first_time = 0;
109 }
110 }
111
112 /* For the configured stripcharts, the value to be set is
113 the difference from last time; save the current total for
114 next time. */
115
116 else
117 {
118 newvalue = stripchart_total[num] - stripchart_last_total[num];
119 stripchart_last_total[num] = stripchart_total[num];
120 }
121
122 /* Adjust the scale of the stripchart according to the value;
123 we delay enlarging the scale for a while after the values
124 reduce. Keep the maximum value while delaying, and reset
125 down to that. For the size stripchart, the threshold is always
126 forced to be at least 100. */
127
128 while (thresholds[i] > 0)
129 {
130 int thresh = (size_stripchart != NULL && num == 1)? 100 : thresholds[i++];
131 if (newvalue < (double)thresh)
132 {
133 /* If the current maximum is less than required, or if it is
134 greater and we have delayed long enough, adjust the scale. */
135
136 if (stripchart_max[num] < thresh ||
137 (stripchart_max[num] > thresh && stripchart_delay[num]++ > 20))
138 {
139 uschar buffer[128];
140 newmax = (thresh > stripchart_midmax[num])?
141 thresh : stripchart_midmax[num];
142 if (newmax == 10) sprintf(CS buffer, "%s", stripchart_name[num]);
143 else sprintf(CS buffer, "%s x%d", stripchart_name[num], newmax/10);
144 if (size_stripchart != NULL && num == 1) Ustrcat(buffer, US"%");
145 xs_SetValues(stripchart_label[num], 1, "label", buffer);
146 oldmax = stripchart_max[num];
147 stripchart_max[num] = newmax;
148 stripchart_midmax[num] = 0;
149 stripchart_delay[num] -= stripchart_middelay[num];
150 }
151
152 /* Otherwise, if the current maximum is greater than required,
153 keep the highest value encountered during the delay, and its
154 position so we can adjust the delay when re-scaling. */
155
156 else if (stripchart_max[num] > thresh)
157 {
158 if (thresh > stripchart_midmax[num])
159 {
160 stripchart_midmax[num] = thresh;
161 stripchart_middelay[num] = stripchart_delay[num];
162 }
163 }
164
165 /* If the maximum is exactly what we need, reset the delay. */
166
167 if (stripchart_max[num] == thresh) stripchart_delay[num] = 0;
168 break;
169 }
170 }
171
172 /* The vanilla Athena stripchart widget does not support change of
173 scale - it just draws scale lines closer and closer together, which
174 doesn't work when the number gets very large. However, we can cause
175 it to change scale quite simply by recomputing all the values and
176 then calling its repaint routine. I had to nobble the repaint routine
177 too, to stop it changing scale to anything other than 10. There's
178 probably a better way to do this, like adding some new resource, but
179 I'm not a widget programmer and want to get on with the rest of
180 eximon... */
181
182 if (oldmax > 0)
183 {
184 int i;
185 StripChartWidget ww = (StripChartWidget)w;
186 ww->strip_chart.max_value = 0;
187 for (i = 0; i < (int)ww->strip_chart.interval; i++)
188 {
189 ww->strip_chart.valuedata[i] =
190 (ww->strip_chart.valuedata[i] * oldmax)/newmax;
191 if (ww->strip_chart.valuedata[i] > ww->strip_chart.max_value)
192 ww->strip_chart.max_value = ww->strip_chart.valuedata[i];
193 }
194 XClearWindow( XtDisplay(w), XtWindow(w));
195 ww->strip_chart.interval = repaint_window(ww, 0, (int)w->core.width);
196 }
197
198 /* Pass back the new value at the new scale */
199
200 *ptr = ((double)newvalue * 10.0)/(double)(stripchart_max[num]);
201 }
202
203
204
205 /*************************************************
206 * Create one stripchart *
207 *************************************************/
208
209 /* This function creates two widgets, one being the title and the other being
210 the stripchart. The client_data values for each stripchart are index into the
211 stripchart_values vector; each new stripchart just gets the next number. There
212 is a fudge for the very first stripchart, which is the queue length display,
213 and for the second if it is a partition size display; its update time is
214 initially set to 1 second so that it gives an immediate display of the queue.
215 The first time its callback function is obeyed, the update time gets reset. */
216
217 void
218 create_stripchart(Widget parent, uschar *title)
219 {
220 Widget chart;
221
222 Widget label = XtCreateManagedWidget("label",
223 labelWidgetClass, parent, NULL, 0);
224
225 xs_SetValues(label, 10,
226 "label", title,
227 "width", stripchart_width + 2,
228 "borderWidth", 0,
229 "internalHeight", 0,
230 "internalWidth", 0,
231 "left", XawChainLeft,
232 "right", XawChainLeft,
233 "top", XawChainTop,
234 "bottom", XawChainTop,
235 XtNfromHoriz, stripchart_prev_label);
236
237 chart = XtCreateManagedWidget("stripchart",
238 mystripChartWidgetClass, parent, NULL, 0);
239
240 xs_SetValues(chart, 11,
241 "jumpScroll", 1,
242 "update", (stripchart_count < stripchart_varstart)? 1:stripchart_update,
243 "minScale", 10,
244 "width", stripchart_width,
245 "height", stripchart_height,
246 "left", XawChainLeft,
247 "right", XawChainLeft,
248 "top", XawChainTop,
249 "bottom", XawChainTop,
250 XtNfromHoriz, stripchart_prev_chart,
251 XtNfromVert, label);
252
253 XtAddCallback(chart, "getValue", stripchartAction,
254 (XtPointer)(long)stripchart_count);
255
256 stripchart_last_total[stripchart_count] = 0;
257 stripchart_max[stripchart_count] = 10;
258 stripchart_midmax[stripchart_count] = 0;
259 stripchart_name[stripchart_count] = title;
260 stripchart_prev_label = stripchart_label[stripchart_count] = label;
261 stripchart_prev_chart = chart;
262 stripchart_total[stripchart_count] = 0;
263 stripchart_count++;
264 }
265
266 /* End of em_strip.c */