Check if a vnode has dirty data waiting to be written to disk.
Nonzero if there are dirty blocks, 0 otherwise
Note that this routine is unsynchronized; it is only a snapshot and its result may cease to be true at the moment it is returned..
Add a (name,vnode) entry to the VFS namecache.
Check for a filename in a directory using the VFS name cache.
Remove all data relating to a vnode from the namecache.
Count total references to a given file, disregarding "kusecount" (event listener, as with O_EVTONLY) references.
Reclaim the vnodes associated with a mount.
Get the vfs_context for the current thread, or the kernel context if there is no context for current thread.
Get a bitfield of pending signals for the BSD process associated with a vfs_context_t.
Get the process id of the BSD process associated with a vfs_context_t.
Release references on components of a context and deallocate it.
System-provided implementation of "bwrite" vnop.
Default vnode operation to fill unsupported slots in vnode operation vectors.
Read from or write to a file.
Invalidate all references to a vnode.
Given a vnode_attr structure, determine what kauth-style actions must be authorized in order to set those attributes.
Initialize and validate file creation parameters with respect to the current context.
Clear flags indicating that a block device vnode has been mounted as a filesystem.
Clear the flag on a vnode indicating that data should not be cached in memory (i.e. we write-through to disk and always read from disk).
Gets the filesystem-specific data associated with a vnode.
Increase the iocount on a vnode on which a usecount (persistent reference) is held.
Increase the iocount on a vnode, checking that the vnode is alive and has not changed vid (i.e. been recycled)
Determine if a vnode is a block device special file.
Determine if a vnode is a character device special file.
Determine if the number of persistent (usecount) references on a vnode is greater than a given count.
Determine if there is currently a mount occurring which will cover this vnode.
Determine if a vnode is a block device on which a filesystem has been mounted.
Check if a vnode is set to not have its data cached in memory (i.e. we write-through to disk and always read from disk).
Check if a vnode is set to not have data speculatively read in in hopes of future cache hits.
Check if a vnode is dead or in the process of being killed (recycled).
Determine if a vnode is being used as a swap file.
Perform an operation on (almost) all vnodes from a given mountpoint.
Get the mount structure for the filesystem that a vnode belongs to.
Returns a pointer to a mount placed on top of a vnode, should it exist.
Open a file identified by a path--roughly speaking an in-kernel open(2).
Cause a vnode to be reclaimed and prepared for reuse.
Set flags indicating that a block device vnode has been mounted as a filesystem.
Set a vnode to not have its data cached in memory (i.e. we write-through to disk and always read from disk).
Set a vnode to not have data speculatively read in in hopes of hitting in cache.
Return the device id of the device associated with a special file.
Get the vnode filesystem-specific "tag."
Determine if the filesystem to which a vnode belongs is marked as ready to interact with 64-bit user processes.
Determine if the filesystem to which a vnode belongs is mounted read-only.
Determine the maximum length of a symbolic link for the filesystem on which a vnode resides.
Get the name of the filesystem to which a vnode belongs.
Get the "type number" of the filesystem to which a vnode belongs.
Return a vnode's vid (generation number), which is constant from creation until reclaim.