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I think the biggest issue I have with the binder implementation is thatit's doing far too much in the kernel, it's not just IPC. It's alsothread management, memory management, and lots of other stuff that Ihaven't figured out yet .. A lot of it can already be done in userspace.
Some developers asked why D-Bus wasn't chosen as the IPC for Android. Theselection of Binder was made before D-Bus was mature. Indeed, years later D-Buswas still missing some semantics that binder includes.
One of the big problems with the current binder interface is that it createsa strong tie between a file-descriptor and a process, without actuallyenforcing that tie. So if you open the binder device and then fork, it willalmost certainly stop behaving correctly.
Another big problem - for me at least - is the use of a char device andioctls. This is "wrong" from a philosophical perspective, and we could ofcourse argue philosophy all day without getting anywhere so maybe that isn'ta useful observation.Maybe a better way to look at it is that this approach effectively boltsbinder on the side of linux rather than integrating it properly. Thus youlose the benefits of a uniform integrated whole.
When I was researching binder for my lwn article: spent a while trying to come up with a "good" interface for the samefunctionality but was never really satisfied with anything I came up with.However I'm tempted to try again .... maybe.
With binder, if you get sent a reference to an object that you already hold areference to, then you get given the same reference. i.e. the same number.So the kernel keeps a count of the number of times it has given you areference.This is important as one thread could be freeing references while anotherthread is adding them and there are possible races there which a refcount canavoid.
Note that this is different from sending file descriptors, both with binderand with Unix domain sockets. If you are sent a file descriptor when youalready own a descriptor on that file, you still get a new file descriptor.
I appreciate that some of the things that I am suggesting we do to socketsare quite a deviation from the norm and you might argue that I am mis-usingsockets just as much as the current binder is mis-using char devices. Youmight even be right: I am not objective enough to comment.
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