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/*
* Copyright 2009 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
* Use is subject to license terms.
*/
/*
* Copyright 2015 Nexenta Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
* Copyright (c) 2015 by Delphix. All rights reserved.
*/
/*
* AVL - generic AVL tree implementation for kernel use
*
* A complete description of AVL trees can be found in many CS textbooks.
*
* Here is a very brief overview. An AVL tree is a binary search tree that is
* almost perfectly balanced. By "almost" perfectly balanced, we mean that at
* any given node, the left and right subtrees are allowed to differ in height
* by at most 1 level.
*
* This relaxation from a perfectly balanced binary tree allows doing
* insertion and deletion relatively efficiently. Searching the tree is
* still a fast operation, roughly O(log(N)).
*
* The key to insertion and deletion is a set of tree manipulations called
* rotations, which bring unbalanced subtrees back into the semi-balanced state.
*
* This implementation of AVL trees has the following peculiarities:
*
* - The AVL specific data structures are physically embedded as fields
* in the "using" data structures. To maintain generality the code
* must constantly translate between "avl_node_t *" and containing
* data structure "void *"s by adding/subtracting the avl_offset.
*
* - Since the AVL data is always embedded in other structures, there is
* no locking or memory allocation in the AVL routines. This must be
* provided for by the enclosing data structure's semantics. Typically,
* avl_insert()/_add()/_remove()/avl_insert_here() require some kind of
* exclusive write lock. Other operations require a read lock.
*
* - The implementation uses iteration instead of explicit recursion,
* since it is intended to run on limited size kernel stacks. Since
* there is no recursion stack present to move "up" in the tree,
* there is an explicit "parent" link in the avl_node_t.
*
* - The left/right children pointers of a node are in an array.
* In the code, variables (instead of constants) are used to represent
* left and right indices. The implementation is written as if it only
* dealt with left handed manipulations. By changing the value assigned
* to "left", the code also works for right handed trees. The
* following variables/terms are frequently used:
*
* int left; // 0 when dealing with left children,
* // 1 for dealing with right children
*
* int left_heavy; // -1 when left subtree is taller at some node,
* // +1 when right subtree is taller
*
* int right; // will be the opposite of left (0 or 1)
* int right_heavy;// will be the opposite of left_heavy (-1 or 1)
*
* int direction; // 0 for "<" (ie. left child); 1 for ">" (right)
*
* Though it is a little more confusing to read the code, the approach
* allows using half as much code (and hence cache footprint) for tree
* manipulations and eliminates many conditional branches.
*
* - The avl_index_t is an opaque "cookie" used to find nodes at or
* adjacent to where a new value would be inserted in the tree. The value
* is a modified "avl_node_t *". The bottom bit (normally 0 for a
* pointer) is set to indicate if that the new node has a value greater
* than the value of the indicated "avl_node_t *".
*
* Note - in addition to userland (e.g. libavl and libutil) and the kernel
* (e.g. genunix), avl.c is compiled into ld.so and kmdb's genunix module,
* which each have their own compilation environments and subsequent
* requirements. Each of these environments must be considered when adding
* dependencies from avl.c.
*/
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include
/*
* Small arrays to translate between balance (or diff) values and child indices.
*
* Code that deals with binary tree data structures will randomly use
* left and right children when examining a tree. C "if()" statements
* which evaluate randomly suffer from very poor hardware branch prediction.
* In this code we avoid some of the branch mispredictions by using the
* following translation arrays. They replace random branches with an
* additional memory reference. Since the translation arrays are both very
* small the data should remain efficiently in cache.
*/
static const int avl_child2balance[2] = {-1, 1};
static const int avl_balance2child[] = {0, 0, 1};
/*
* Walk from one node to the previous valued node (ie. an infix walk
* towards the left). At any given node we do one of 2 things:
*
* - If there is a left child, go to it, then to it's rightmost descendant.
*
* - otherwise we return through parent nodes until we've come from a right
* child.
*
* Return Value:
* NULL - if at the end of the nodes
* otherwise next node
*/
void *
avl_walk(avl_tree_t *tree, void *oldnode, int left)
{
size_t off = tree->avl_offset;
avl_node_t *node = AVL_DATA2NODE(oldnode, off);
int right = 1 - left;
int was_child;
/*
* nowhere to walk to if tree is empty
*/
if (node == NULL)
return (NULL);
/*
* Visit the previous valued node. There are two possibilities:
*
* If this node has a left child, go down one left, then all
* the way right.
*/
if (node->avl_child[left] != NULL) {
for (node = node->avl_child[left];
node->avl_child[right] != NULL;
node = node->avl_child[right])
;
/*
* Otherwise, return thru left children as far as we can.
*/
} else {
for (;;) {
was_child = AVL_XCHILD(node);
node = AVL_XPARENT(node);
if (node == NULL)
return (NULL);
if (was_child == right)
break;
}
}
return (AVL_NODE2DATA(node, off));
}
/*
* Return the lowest valued node in a tree or NULL.
* (leftmost child from root of tree)
*/
void *
avl_first(avl_tree_t *tree)
{
avl_node_t *node;
avl_node_t *prev = NULL;
size_t off = tree->avl_offset;
for (node = tree->avl_root; node != NULL; node = node->avl_child[0])
prev = node;
if (prev != NULL)
return (AVL_NODE2DATA(prev, off));
return (NULL);
}
/*
* Return the highest valued node in a tree or NULL.
* (rightmost child from root of tree)
*/
void *
avl_last(avl_tree_t *tree)
{
avl_node_t *node;
avl_node_t *prev = NULL;
size_t off = tree->avl_offset;
for (node = tree->avl_root; node != NULL; node = node->avl_child[1])
prev = node;
if (prev != NULL)
return (AVL_NODE2DATA(prev, off));
return (NULL);
}
/*
* Access the node immediately before or after an insertion point.
*
* "avl_index_t" is a (avl_node_t *) with the bottom bit indicating a child
*
* Return value:
* NULL: no node in the given direction
* "void *" of the found tree node
*/
void *
avl_nearest(avl_tree_t *tree, avl_index_t where, int direction)
{
int child = AVL_INDEX2CHILD(where);
avl_node_t *node = AVL_INDEX2NODE(where);
void *data;
size_t off = tree->avl_offset;
if (node == NULL) {
ASSERT(tree->avl_root == NULL);
return (NULL);
}
data = AVL_NODE2DATA(node, off);
if (child != direction)
return (data);
return (avl_walk(tree, data, direction));
}
/*
* Search for the node which contains "value". The algorithm is a
* simple binary tree search.
*
* return value:
* NULL: the value is not in the AVL tree
* *where (if not NULL) is set to indicate the insertion point
* "void *" of the found tree node
*/
void *
avl_find(avl_tree_t *tree, const void *value, avl_index_t *where)
{
avl_node_t *node;
avl_node_t *prev = NULL;
int child = 0;
int diff;
size_t off = tree->avl_offset;
for (node = tree->avl_root; node != NULL;
node = node->avl_child[child]) {
prev = node;
diff = tree->avl_compar(value, AVL_NODE2DATA(node, off));
ASSERT(-1 <= diff && diff <= 1);
if (diff == 0) {
#ifdef DEBUG
if (where != NULL)
*where = 0;
#endif
return (AVL_NODE2DATA(node, off));
}
child = avl_balance2child[1 + diff];
}
if (where != NULL)
*where = AVL_MKINDEX(prev, child);
return (NULL);
}
/*
* Perform a rotation to restore balance at the subtree given by depth.
*
* This routine is used by both insertion and deletion. The return value
* indicates:
* 0 : subtree did not change height
* !0 : subtree was reduced in height
*
* The code is written as if handling left rotations, right rotations are
* symmetric and handled by swapping values of variables right/left[_heavy]
*
* On input balance is the "new" balance at "node". This value is either
* -2 or +2.
*/
static int
avl_rotation(avl_tree_t *tree, avl_node_t *node, int balance)
{
int left = !(balance < 0); /* when balance = -2, left will be 0 */
int right = 1 - left;
int left_heavy = balance >> 1;
int right_heavy = -left_heavy;
avl_node_t *parent = AVL_XPARENT(node);
avl_node_t *child = node->avl_child[left];
avl_node_t *cright;
avl_node_t *gchild;
avl_node_t *gright;
avl_node_t *gleft;
int which_child = AVL_XCHILD(node);
int child_bal = AVL_XBALANCE(child);
/* BEGIN CSTYLED */
/*
* case 1 : node is overly left heavy, the left child is balanced or
* also left heavy. This requires the following rotation.
*
* (node bal:-2)
* / \
* / \
* (child bal:0 or -1)
* / \
* / \
* cright
*
* becomes:
*
* (child bal:1 or 0)
* / \
* / \
* (node bal:-1 or 0)
* / \
* / \
* cright
*
* we detect this situation by noting that child's balance is not
* right_heavy.
*/
/* END CSTYLED */
if (child_bal != right_heavy) {
/*
* compute new balance of nodes
*
* If child used to be left heavy (now balanced) we reduced
* the height of this sub-tree -- used in "return...;" below
*/
child_bal += right_heavy; /* adjust towards right */
/*
* move "cright" to be node's left child
*/
cright = child->avl_child[right];
node->avl_child[left] = cright;
if (cright != NULL) {
AVL_SETPARENT(cright, node);
AVL_SETCHILD(cright, left);
}
/*
* move node to be child's right child
*/
child->avl_child[right] = node;
AVL_SETBALANCE(node, -child_bal);
AVL_SETCHILD(node, right);
AVL_SETPARENT(node, child);
/*
* update the pointer into this subtree
*/
AVL_SETBALANCE(child, child_bal);
AVL_SETCHILD(child, which_child);
AVL_SETPARENT(child, parent);
if (parent != NULL)
parent->avl_child[which_child] = child;
else
tree->avl_root = child;
return (child_bal == 0);
}
/* BEGIN CSTYLED */
/*
* case 2 : When node is left heavy, but child is right heavy we use
* a different rotation.
*
* (node b:-2)
* / \
* / \
* / \
* (child b:+1)
* / \
* / \
* (gchild b: != 0)
* / \
* / \
* gleft gright
*
* becomes:
*
* (gchild b:0)
* / \
* / \
* / \
* (child b:?) (node b:?)
* / \ / \
* / \ / \
* gleft gright
*
* computing the new balances is more complicated. As an example:
* if gchild was right_heavy, then child is now left heavy
* else it is balanced
*/
/* END CSTYLED */
gchild = child->avl_child[right];
gleft = gchild->avl_child[left];
gright = gchild->avl_child[right];
/*
* move gright to left child of node and
*
* move gleft to right child of node
*/
node->avl_child[left] = gright;
if (gright != NULL) {
AVL_SETPARENT(gright, node);
AVL_SETCHILD(gright, left);
}
child->avl_child[right] = gleft;
if (gleft != NULL) {
AVL_SETPARENT(gleft, child);
AVL_SETCHILD(gleft, right);
}
/*
* move child to left child of gchild and
*
* move node to right child of gchild and
*
* fixup parent of all this to point to gchild
*/
balance = AVL_XBALANCE(gchild);
gchild->avl_child[left] = child;
AVL_SETBALANCE(child, (balance == right_heavy ? left_heavy : 0));
AVL_SETPARENT(child, gchild);
AVL_SETCHILD(child, left);
gchild->avl_child[right] = node;
AVL_SETBALANCE(node, (balance == left_heavy ? right_heavy : 0));
AVL_SETPARENT(node, gchild);
AVL_SETCHILD(node, right);
AVL_SETBALANCE(gchild, 0);
AVL_SETPARENT(gchild, parent);
AVL_SETCHILD(gchild, which_child);
if (parent != NULL)
parent->avl_child[which_child] = gchild;
else
tree->avl_root = gchild;
return (1); /* the new tree is always shorter */
}
/*
* Insert a new node into an AVL tree at the specified (from avl_find()) place.
*
* Newly inserted nodes are always leaf nodes in the tree, since avl_find()
* searches out to the leaf positions. The avl_index_t indicates the node
* which will be the parent of the new node.
*
* After the node is inserted, a single rotation further up the tree may
* be necessary to maintain an acceptable AVL balance.
*/
void
avl_insert(avl_tree_t *tree, void *new_data, avl_index_t where)
{
avl_node_t *node;
avl_node_t *parent = AVL_INDEX2NODE(where);
int old_balance;
int new_balance;
int which_child = AVL_INDEX2CHILD(where);
size_t off = tree->avl_offset;
ASSERT(tree);
#ifdef _LP64
ASSERT(((uintptr_t)new_data & 0x7) == 0);
#endif
node = AVL_DATA2NODE(new_data, off);
/*
* First, add the node to the tree at the indicated position.
*/
++tree->avl_numnodes;
node->avl_child[0] = NULL;
node->avl_child[1] = NULL;
AVL_SETCHILD(node, which_child);
AVL_SETBALANCE(node, 0);
AVL_SETPARENT(node, parent);
if (parent != NULL) {
ASSERT(parent->avl_child[which_child] == NULL);
parent->avl_child[which_child] = node;
} else {
ASSERT(tree->avl_root == NULL);
tree->avl_root = node;
}
/*
* Now, back up the tree modifying the balance of all nodes above the
* insertion point. If we get to a highly unbalanced ancestor, we
* need to do a rotation. If we back out of the tree we are done.
* If we brought any subtree into perfect balance (0), we are also done.
*/
for (;;) {
node = parent;
if (node == NULL)
return;
/*
* Compute the new balance
*/
old_balance = AVL_XBALANCE(node);
new_balance = old_balance + avl_child2balance[which_child];
/*
* If we introduced equal balance, then we are done immediately
*/
if (new_balance == 0) {
AVL_SETBALANCE(node, 0);
return;
}
/*
* If both old and new are not zero we went
* from -1 to -2 balance, do a rotation.
*/
if (old_balance != 0)
break;
AVL_SETBALANCE(node, new_balance);
parent = AVL_XPARENT(node);
which_child = AVL_XCHILD(node);
}
/*
* perform a rotation to fix the tree and return
*/
(void) avl_rotation(tree, node, new_balance);
}
/*
* Insert "new_data" in "tree" in the given "direction" either after or
* before (AVL_AFTER, AVL_BEFORE) the data "here".
*
* Insertions can only be done at empty leaf points in the tree, therefore
* if the given child of the node is already present we move to either
* the AVL_PREV or AVL_NEXT and reverse the insertion direction. Since
* every other node in the tree is a leaf, this always works.
*
* To help developers using this interface, we assert that the new node
* is correctly ordered at every step of the way in DEBUG kernels.
*/
void
avl_insert_here(
avl_tree_t *tree,
void *new_data,
void *here,
int direction)
{
avl_node_t *node;
int child = direction; /* rely on AVL_BEFORE == 0, AVL_AFTER == 1 */
#ifdef DEBUG
int diff;
#endif
ASSERT(tree != NULL);
ASSERT(new_data != NULL);
ASSERT(here != NULL);
ASSERT(direction == AVL_BEFORE || direction == AVL_AFTER);
/*
* If corresponding child of node is not NULL, go to the neighboring
* node and reverse the insertion direction.
*/
node = AVL_DATA2NODE(here, tree->avl_offset);
#ifdef DEBUG
diff = tree->avl_compar(new_data, here);
ASSERT(-1 <= diff && diff <= 1);
ASSERT(diff != 0);
ASSERT(diff > 0 ? child == 1 : child == 0);
#endif
if (node->avl_child[child] != NULL) {
node = node->avl_child[child];
child = 1 - child;
while (node->avl_child[child] != NULL) {
#ifdef DEBUG
diff = tree->avl_compar(new_data,
AVL_NODE2DATA(node, tree->avl_offset));
ASSERT(-1 <= diff && diff <= 1);
ASSERT(diff != 0);
ASSERT(diff > 0 ? child == 1 : child == 0);
#endif
node = node->avl_child[child];
}
#ifdef DEBUG
diff = tree->avl_compar(new_data,
AVL_NODE2DATA(node, tree->avl_offset));
ASSERT(-1 <= diff && diff <= 1);
ASSERT(diff != 0);
ASSERT(diff > 0 ? child == 1 : child == 0);
#endif
}
ASSERT(node->avl_child[child] == NULL);
avl_insert(tree, new_data, AVL_MKINDEX(node, child));
}
/*
* Add a new node to an AVL tree.
*/
void
avl_add(avl_tree_t *tree, void *new_node)
{
avl_index_t where;
/*
* This is unfortunate. We want to call panic() here, even for
* non-DEBUG kernels. In userland, however, we can't depend on anything
* in libc or else the rtld build process gets confused.
* Thankfully, rtld provides us with its own assfail() so we can use
* that here. We use assfail() directly to get a nice error message
* in the core - much like what panic() does for crashdumps.
*/
if (avl_find(tree, new_node, &where) != NULL)
#ifdef _KERNEL
panic("avl_find() succeeded inside avl_add()");
#else
(void) assfail("avl_find() succeeded inside avl_add()",
__FILE__, __LINE__);
#endif
avl_insert(tree, new_node, where);
}
/*
* Delete a node from the AVL tree. Deletion is similar to insertion, but
* with 2 complications.
*
* First, we may be deleting an interior node. Consider the following subtree:
*
* d c c
* / \ / \ / \
* b e b e b e
* / \ / \ /
* a c a a
*
* When we are deleting node (d), we find and bring up an adjacent valued leaf
* node, say (c), to take the interior node's place. In the code this is
* handled by temporarily swapping (d) and (c) in the tree and then using
* common code to delete (d) from the leaf position.
*
* Secondly, an interior deletion from a deep tree may require more than one
* rotation to fix the balance. This is handled by moving up the tree through
* parents and applying rotations as needed. The return value from
* avl_rotation() is used to detect when a subtree did not change overall
* height due to a rotation.
*/
void
avl_remove(avl_tree_t *tree, void *data)
{
avl_node_t *delete;
avl_node_t *parent;
avl_node_t *node;
avl_node_t tmp;
int old_balance;
int new_balance;
int left;
int right;
int which_child;
size_t off = tree->avl_offset;
ASSERT(tree);
delete = AVL_DATA2NODE(data, off);
/*
* Deletion is easiest with a node that has at most 1 child.
* We swap a node with 2 children with a sequentially valued
* neighbor node. That node will have at most 1 child. Note this
* has no effect on the ordering of the remaining nodes.
*
* As an optimization, we choose the greater neighbor if the tree
* is right heavy, otherwise the left neighbor. This reduces the
* number of rotations needed.
*/
if (delete->avl_child[0] != NULL && delete->avl_child[1] != NULL) {
/*
* choose node to swap from whichever side is taller
*/
old_balance = AVL_XBALANCE(delete);
left = avl_balance2child[old_balance + 1];
right = 1 - left;
/*
* get to the previous value'd node
* (down 1 left, as far as possible right)
*/
for (node = delete->avl_child[left];
node->avl_child[right] != NULL;
node = node->avl_child[right])
;
/*
* create a temp placeholder for 'node'
* move 'node' to delete's spot in the tree
*/
tmp = *node;
*node = *delete;
if (node->avl_child[left] == node)
node->avl_child[left] = &tmp;
parent = AVL_XPARENT(node);
if (parent != NULL)
parent->avl_child[AVL_XCHILD(node)] = node;
else
tree->avl_root = node;
AVL_SETPARENT(node->avl_child[left], node);
AVL_SETPARENT(node->avl_child[right], node);
/*
* Put tmp where node used to be (just temporary).
* It always has a parent and at most 1 child.
*/
delete = &tmp;
parent = AVL_XPARENT(delete);
parent->avl_child[AVL_XCHILD(delete)] = delete;
which_child = (delete->avl_child[1] != 0);
if (delete->avl_child[which_child] != NULL)
AVL_SETPARENT(delete->avl_child[which_child], delete);
}
/*
* Here we know "delete" is at least partially a leaf node. It can
* be easily removed from the tree.
*/
ASSERT(tree->avl_numnodes > 0);
--tree->avl_numnodes;
parent = AVL_XPARENT(delete);
which_child = AVL_XCHILD(delete);
if (delete->avl_child[0] != NULL)
node = delete->avl_child[0];
else
node = delete->avl_child[1];
/*
* Connect parent directly to node (leaving out delete).
*/
if (node != NULL) {
AVL_SETPARENT(node, parent);
AVL_SETCHILD(node, which_child);
}
if (parent == NULL) {
tree->avl_root = node;
return;
}
parent->avl_child[which_child] = node;
/*
* Since the subtree is now shorter, begin adjusting parent balances
* and performing any needed rotations.
*/
do {
/*
* Move up the tree and adjust the balance
*
* Capture the parent and which_child values for the next
* iteration before any rotations occur.
*/
node = parent;
old_balance = AVL_XBALANCE(node);
new_balance = old_balance - avl_child2balance[which_child];
parent = AVL_XPARENT(node);
which_child = AVL_XCHILD(node);
/*
* If a node was in perfect balance but isn't anymore then
* we can stop, since the height didn't change above this point
* due to a deletion.
*/
if (old_balance == 0) {
AVL_SETBALANCE(node, new_balance);
break;
}
/*
* If the new balance is zero, we don't need to rotate
* else
* need a rotation to fix the balance.
* If the rotation doesn't change the height
* of the sub-tree we have finished adjusting.
*/
if (new_balance == 0)
AVL_SETBALANCE(node, new_balance);
else if (!avl_rotation(tree, node, new_balance))
break;
} while (parent != NULL);
}
#define AVL_REINSERT(tree, obj) \
avl_remove((tree), (obj)); \
avl_add((tree), (obj))
boolean_t
avl_update_lt(avl_tree_t *t, void *obj)
{
void *neighbor;
ASSERT(((neighbor = AVL_NEXT(t, obj)) == NULL) ||
(t->avl_compar(obj, neighbor) <= 0));
neighbor = AVL_PREV(t, obj);
if ((neighbor != NULL) && (t->avl_compar(obj, neighbor) < 0)) {
AVL_REINSERT(t, obj);
return (B_TRUE);
}
return (B_FALSE);
}
boolean_t
avl_update_gt(avl_tree_t *t, void *obj)
{
void *neighbor;
ASSERT(((neighbor = AVL_PREV(t, obj)) == NULL) ||
(t->avl_compar(obj, neighbor) >= 0));
neighbor = AVL_NEXT(t, obj);
if ((neighbor != NULL) && (t->avl_compar(obj, neighbor) > 0)) {
AVL_REINSERT(t, obj);
return (B_TRUE);
}
return (B_FALSE);
}
boolean_t
avl_update(avl_tree_t *t, void *obj)
{
void *neighbor;
neighbor = AVL_PREV(t, obj);
if ((neighbor != NULL) && (t->avl_compar(obj, neighbor) < 0)) {
AVL_REINSERT(t, obj);
return (B_TRUE);
}
neighbor = AVL_NEXT(t, obj);
if ((neighbor != NULL) && (t->avl_compar(obj, neighbor) > 0)) {
AVL_REINSERT(t, obj);
return (B_TRUE);
}
return (B_FALSE);
}
void
avl_swap(avl_tree_t *tree1, avl_tree_t *tree2)
{
avl_node_t *temp_node;
ulong_t temp_numnodes;
ASSERT3P(tree1->avl_compar, ==, tree2->avl_compar);
ASSERT3U(tree1->avl_offset, ==, tree2->avl_offset);
ASSERT3U(tree1->avl_size, ==, tree2->avl_size);
temp_node = tree1->avl_root;
temp_numnodes = tree1->avl_numnodes;
tree1->avl_root = tree2->avl_root;
tree1->avl_numnodes = tree2->avl_numnodes;
tree2->avl_root = temp_node;
tree2->avl_numnodes = temp_numnodes;
}
/*
* initialize a new AVL tree
*/
void
avl_create(avl_tree_t *tree, int (*compar) (const void *, const void *),
size_t size, size_t offset)
{
ASSERT(tree);
ASSERT(compar);
ASSERT(size > 0);
ASSERT(size >= offset + sizeof (avl_node_t));
#ifdef _LP64
ASSERT((offset & 0x7) == 0);
#endif
tree->avl_compar = compar;
tree->avl_root = NULL;
tree->avl_numnodes = 0;
tree->avl_size = size;
tree->avl_offset = offset;
}
/*
* Delete a tree.
*/
/* ARGSUSED */
void
avl_destroy(avl_tree_t *tree)
{
ASSERT(tree);
ASSERT(tree->avl_numnodes == 0);
ASSERT(tree->avl_root == NULL);
}
/*
* Return the number of nodes in an AVL tree.
*/
ulong_t
avl_numnodes(avl_tree_t *tree)
{
ASSERT(tree);
return (tree->avl_numnodes);
}
boolean_t
avl_is_empty(avl_tree_t *tree)
{
ASSERT(tree);
return (tree->avl_numnodes == 0);
}
#define CHILDBIT (1L)
/*
* Post-order tree walk used to visit all tree nodes and destroy the tree
* in post order. This is used for removing all the nodes from a tree without
* paying any cost for rebalancing it.
*
* example:
*
* void *cookie = NULL;
* my_data_t *node;
*
* while ((node = avl_destroy_nodes(tree, &cookie)) != NULL)
* free(node);
* avl_destroy(tree);
*
* The cookie is really an avl_node_t to the current node's parent and
* an indication of which child you looked at last.
*
* On input, a cookie value of CHILDBIT indicates the tree is done.
*/
void *
avl_destroy_nodes(avl_tree_t *tree, void **cookie)
{
avl_node_t *node;
avl_node_t *parent;
int child;
void *first;
size_t off = tree->avl_offset;
/*
* Initial calls go to the first node or it's right descendant.
*/
if (*cookie == NULL) {
first = avl_first(tree);
/*
* deal with an empty tree
*/
if (first == NULL) {
*cookie = (void *)CHILDBIT;
return (NULL);
}
node = AVL_DATA2NODE(first, off);
parent = AVL_XPARENT(node);
goto check_right_side;
}
/*
* If there is no parent to return to we are done.
*/
parent = (avl_node_t *)((uintptr_t)(*cookie) & ~CHILDBIT);
if (parent == NULL) {
if (tree->avl_root != NULL) {
ASSERT(tree->avl_numnodes == 1);
tree->avl_root = NULL;
tree->avl_numnodes = 0;
}
return (NULL);
}
/*
* Remove the child pointer we just visited from the parent and tree.
*/
child = (uintptr_t)(*cookie) & CHILDBIT;
parent->avl_child[child] = NULL;
ASSERT(tree->avl_numnodes > 1);
--tree->avl_numnodes;
/*
* If we just did a right child or there isn't one, go up to parent.
*/
if (child == 1 || parent->avl_child[1] == NULL) {
node = parent;
parent = AVL_XPARENT(parent);
goto done;
}
/*
* Do parent's right child, then leftmost descendent.
*/
node = parent->avl_child[1];
while (node->avl_child[0] != NULL) {
parent = node;
node = node->avl_child[0];
}
/*
* If here, we moved to a left child. It may have one
* child on the right (when balance == +1).
*/
check_right_side:
if (node->avl_child[1] != NULL) {
ASSERT(AVL_XBALANCE(node) == 1);
parent = node;
node = node->avl_child[1];
ASSERT(node->avl_child[0] == NULL &&
node->avl_child[1] == NULL);
} else {
ASSERT(AVL_XBALANCE(node) <= 0);
}
done:
if (parent == NULL) {
*cookie = (void *)CHILDBIT;
ASSERT(node == tree->avl_root);
} else {
*cookie = (void *)((uintptr_t)parent | AVL_XCHILD(node));
}
return (AVL_NODE2DATA(node, off));
}