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/** \file proc.c
Utilities for keeping track of jobs, processes and subshells, as
well as signal handling functions for tracking children. These
functions do not themselves launch new processes, the exec library
will call proc to create representations of the running jobs as
needed.
Some of the code in this file is based on code from the Glibc manual.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <sys/wait.h>
#include <wchar.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <termios.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <algorithm>
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_IOCTL_H
#include <sys/ioctl.h>
#endif
#include <unistd.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <dirent.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#if HAVE_NCURSES_H
#include <ncurses.h>
#elif HAVE_NCURSES_CURSES_H
#include <ncurses/curses.h>
#else
#include <curses.h>
#endif
#if HAVE_TERM_H
#include <term.h>
#elif HAVE_NCURSES_TERM_H
#include <ncurses/term.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_SIGINFO_H
#include <siginfo.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_SELECT_H
#include <sys/select.h>
#endif
#include "fallback.h"
#include "util.h"
#include "wutil.h"
#include "proc.h"
#include "common.h"
#include "reader.h"
#include "sanity.h"
#include "env.h"
#include "parser.h"
#include "signal.h"
#include "event.h"
#include "output.h"
/**
Size of message buffer
*/
#define MESS_SIZE 256
/**
Size of buffer for reading buffered output
*/
#define BUFFER_SIZE 4096
/**
Status of last process to exit
*/
static int last_status=0;
bool job_list_is_empty(void)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
return parser_t::principal_parser().job_list().empty();
}
void job_iterator_t::reset()
{
this->current = job_list->begin();
this->end = job_list->end();
}
job_iterator_t::job_iterator_t(job_list_t &jobs) : job_list(&jobs)
{
this->reset();
}
job_iterator_t::job_iterator_t() : job_list(&parser_t::principal_parser().job_list())
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
this->reset();
}
size_t job_iterator_t::count() const
{
return this->job_list->size();
}
void print_jobs(void)
{
job_iterator_t jobs;
job_t *j;
while ((j = jobs.next()))
{
printf("%p -> %ls -> (foreground %d, complete %d, stopped %d, constructed %d)\n", j, j->command_wcstr(), job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND), job_is_completed(j), job_is_stopped(j), job_get_flag(j, JOB_CONSTRUCTED));
}
}
int is_interactive_session=0;
int is_subshell=0;
int is_block=0;
int is_login=0;
int is_event=0;
pid_t proc_last_bg_pid = 0;
int job_control_mode = JOB_CONTROL_INTERACTIVE;
int no_exec=0;
static int is_interactive = -1;
static bool proc_had_barrier = false;
int get_is_interactive(void)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
/* is_interactive is initialized to -1; ensure someone has popped/pushed it before then */
assert(is_interactive >= 0);
return is_interactive > 0;
}
bool get_proc_had_barrier()
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
return proc_had_barrier;
}
void set_proc_had_barrier(bool flag)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
proc_had_barrier = flag;
}
/**
The event variable used to send all process event
*/
static event_t event(0);
/**
A stack containing the values of is_interactive. Used by proc_push_interactive and proc_pop_interactive.
*/
static std::vector<int> interactive_stack;
void proc_init()
{
proc_push_interactive(0);
}
/**
Remove job from list of jobs
*/
static int job_remove(job_t *j)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
return parser_t::principal_parser().job_remove(j);
}
void job_promote(job_t *job)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
parser_t::principal_parser().job_promote(job);
}
/*
Remove job from the job list and free all memory associated with
it.
*/
void job_free(job_t * j)
{
job_remove(j);
delete j;
}
void proc_destroy()
{
job_list_t &jobs = parser_t::principal_parser().job_list();
while (! jobs.empty())
{
job_t *job = jobs.front();
debug(2, L"freeing leaked job %ls", job->command_wcstr());
job_free(job);
}
}
void proc_set_last_status(int s)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
last_status = s;
}
int proc_get_last_status()
{
return last_status;
}
/* Basic thread safe job IDs. The vector consumed_job_ids has a true value wherever the job ID corresponding to that slot is in use. The job ID corresponding to slot 0 is 1. */
static pthread_mutex_t job_id_lock = PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER;
static std::vector<bool> consumed_job_ids;
job_id_t acquire_job_id(void)
{
scoped_lock lock(job_id_lock);
/* Find the index of the first 0 slot */
std::vector<bool>::iterator slot = std::find(consumed_job_ids.begin(), consumed_job_ids.end(), false);
if (slot != consumed_job_ids.end())
{
/* We found a slot. Note that slot 0 corresponds to job ID 1. */
*slot = true;
return (job_id_t)(slot - consumed_job_ids.begin() + 1);
}
else
{
/* We did not find a slot; create a new slot. The size of the vector is now the job ID (since it is one larger than the slot). */
consumed_job_ids.push_back(true);
return (job_id_t)consumed_job_ids.size();
}
}
void release_job_id(job_id_t jid)
{
assert(jid > 0);
scoped_lock lock(job_id_lock);
size_t slot = (size_t)(jid - 1), count = consumed_job_ids.size();
/* Make sure this slot is within our vector and is currently set to consumed */
assert(slot < count);
assert(consumed_job_ids.at(slot) == true);
/* Clear it and then resize the vector to eliminate unused trailing job IDs */
consumed_job_ids.at(slot) = false;
while (count--)
{
if (consumed_job_ids.at(count))
break;
}
consumed_job_ids.resize(count + 1);
}
job_t *job_get(job_id_t id)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
return parser_t::principal_parser().job_get(id);
}
job_t *job_get_from_pid(int pid)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
return parser_t::principal_parser().job_get_from_pid(pid);
}
/*
Return true if all processes in the job have stopped or completed.
\param j the job to test
*/
int job_is_stopped(const job_t *j)
{
process_t *p;
for (p = j->first_process; p; p = p->next)
{
if (!p->completed && !p->stopped)
{
return 0;
}
}
return 1;
}
/*
Return true if the last processes in the job has completed.
\param j the job to test
*/
bool job_is_completed(const job_t *j)
{
assert(j->first_process != NULL);
bool result = true;
for (process_t *p = j->first_process; p != NULL; p = p->next)
{
if (! p->completed)
{
result = false;
break;
}
}
return result;
}
void job_set_flag(job_t *j, unsigned int flag, int set)
{
if (set)
{
j->flags |= flag;
}
else
{
j->flags &= ~flag;
}
}
int job_get_flag(const job_t *j, unsigned int flag)
{
return !!(j->flags & flag);
}
int job_signal(job_t *j, int signal)
{
pid_t my_pid = getpid();
int res = 0;
if (j->pgid != my_pid)
{
res = killpg(j->pgid, SIGHUP);
}
else
{
for (process_t *p = j->first_process; p; p=p->next)
{
if (! p->completed)
{
if (p->pid)
{
if (kill(p->pid, SIGHUP))
{
res = -1;
break;
}
}
}
}
}
return res;
}
/**
Store the status of the process pid that was returned by waitpid.
Return 0 if all went well, nonzero otherwise.
This is called from a signal handler.
*/
static void mark_process_status(const job_t *j, process_t *p, int status)
{
// debug( 0, L"Process %ls %ls", p->argv[0], WIFSTOPPED (status)?L"stopped":(WIFEXITED( status )?L"exited":(WIFSIGNALED( status )?L"signaled to exit":L"BLARGH")) );
p->status = status;
if (WIFSTOPPED(status))
{
p->stopped = 1;
}
else if (WIFSIGNALED(status) || WIFEXITED(status))
{
p->completed = 1;
}
else
{
/* This should never be reached */
p->completed = 1;
char mess[MESS_SIZE];
snprintf(mess,
MESS_SIZE,
"Process %ld exited abnormally\n",
(long) p->pid);
/*
If write fails, do nothing. We're in a signal handlers error
handler. If things aren't working properly, it's safer to
give up.
*/
write_ignore(2, mess, strlen(mess));
}
}
void job_mark_process_as_failed(const job_t *job, process_t *p)
{
/* The given process failed to even lift off (e.g. posix_spawn failed) and so doesn't have a valid pid. Mark it as dead. */
for (process_t *cursor = p; cursor != NULL; cursor = cursor->next)
{
cursor->completed = 1;
}
}
/**
Handle status update for child \c pid. This function is called by
the signal handler, so it mustn't use malloc or any such hitech
nonsense.
\param pid the pid of the process whose status changes
\param status the status as returned by wait
*/
static void handle_child_status(pid_t pid, int status)
{
bool found_proc = false;
const job_t *j = NULL;
process_t *p = NULL;
// char mess[MESS_SIZE];
/*
snprintf( mess,
MESS_SIZE,
"Process %d\n",
(int) pid );
write( 2, mess, strlen(mess ));
*/
job_iterator_t jobs;
while (! found_proc && (j = jobs.next()))
{
process_t *prev=0;
for (p=j->first_process; p; p=p->next)
{
if (pid == p->pid)
{
/* snprintf( mess,
MESS_SIZE,
"Process %d is %ls from job %ls\n",
(int) pid, p->actual_cmd, j->command );
write( 2, mess, strlen(mess ));
*/
mark_process_status(j, p, status);
if (p->completed && prev != 0)
{
if (!prev->completed && prev->pid)
{
/* snprintf( mess,
MESS_SIZE,
"Kill previously uncompleted process %ls (%d)\n",
prev->actual_cmd,
prev->pid );
write( 2, mess, strlen(mess ));
*/
kill(prev->pid,SIGPIPE);
}
}
found_proc = true;
break;
}
prev = p;
}
}
if (WIFSIGNALED(status) &&
(WTERMSIG(status)==SIGINT ||
WTERMSIG(status)==SIGQUIT))
{
if (!is_interactive_session)
{
struct sigaction act;
sigemptyset(& act.sa_mask);
act.sa_flags=0;
act.sa_handler=SIG_DFL;
sigaction(SIGINT, &act, 0);
sigaction(SIGQUIT, &act, 0);
kill(getpid(), WTERMSIG(status));
}
else
{
/* In an interactive session, tell the principal parser to skip all blocks we're executing so control-C returns control to the user. */
if (p && found_proc)
{
parser_t::skip_all_blocks();
}
}
}
if (!found_proc)
{
/*
A child we lost track of?
There have been bugs in both subshell handling and in
builtin handling that have caused this previously...
*/
/* snprintf( mess,
MESS_SIZE,
"Process %d not found by %d\n",
(int) pid, (int)getpid() );
write( 2, mess, strlen(mess ));
*/
}
return;
}
process_t::process_t() :
argv_array(),
argv0_narrow(),
type(),
internal_block_node(NODE_OFFSET_INVALID),
actual_cmd(),
pid(0),
pipe_write_fd(0),
pipe_read_fd(0),
completed(0),
stopped(0),
status(0),
count_help_magic(0),
next(NULL)
#ifdef HAVE__PROC_SELF_STAT
,last_time(),
last_jiffies(0)
#endif
{
}
process_t::~process_t()
{
if (this->next != NULL)
delete this->next;
}
job_t::job_t(job_id_t jobid, const io_chain_t &bio) :
command_str(),
command_narrow(),
block_io(bio),
first_process(NULL),
pgid(0),
tmodes(),
job_id(jobid),
flags(0)
{
}
job_t::~job_t()
{
if (first_process != NULL)
delete first_process;
release_job_id(job_id);
}
/* Return all the IO redirections. Start with the block IO, then walk over the processes */
io_chain_t job_t::all_io_redirections() const
{
io_chain_t result = this->block_io;
for (process_t *p = this->first_process; p != NULL; p = p->next)
{
result.append(p->io_chain());
}
return result;
}
typedef unsigned int process_generation_count_t;
/* A static value tracking how many SIGCHLDs we have seen. This is only ever modified from within the SIGCHLD signal handler, and therefore does not need atomics or locks */
static volatile process_generation_count_t s_sigchld_generation_count = 0;
/* If we have received a SIGCHLD signal, process any children. If await is false, this returns immediately if no SIGCHLD has been received. If await is true, this waits for one. Returns true if something was processed. This returns the number of children processed, or -1 on error. */
static int process_mark_finished_children(bool wants_await)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
/* A static value tracking the SIGCHLD gen count at the time we last processed it. When this is different from s_sigchld_generation_count, it indicates there may be unreaped processes. There may not be if we reaped them via the other waitpid path. This is only ever modified from the main thread, and not from a signal handler. */
static process_generation_count_t s_last_processed_sigchld_generation_count = 0;
int processed_count = 0;
bool got_error = false;
/* The critical read. This fetches a value which is only written in the signal handler. This needs to be an atomic read (we'd use sig_atomic_t, if we knew that were unsigned - fortunately aligned unsigned int is atomic on pretty much any modern chip.) It also needs to occur before we start reaping, since the signal handler can be invoked at any point. */
const process_generation_count_t local_count = s_sigchld_generation_count;
/* Determine whether we have children to process. Note that we can't reliably use the difference because a single SIGCHLD may be delivered for multiple children - see #1768. Also if we are awaiting, we always process. */
bool wants_waitpid = wants_await || local_count != s_last_processed_sigchld_generation_count;
if (wants_waitpid)
{
for (;;)
{
/* Call waitpid until we get 0/ECHILD. If we wait, it's only on the first iteration. So we want to set NOHANG (don't wait) unless wants_await is true and this is the first iteration. */
int options = WUNTRACED;
if (! (wants_await && processed_count == 0))
{
options |= WNOHANG;
}
int status = -1;
pid_t pid = waitpid(-1, &status, options);
if (pid > 0)
{
/* We got a valid pid */
handle_child_status(pid, status);
processed_count += 1;
}
else if (pid == 0)
{
/* No ready-and-waiting children, we're done */
break;
}
else
{
/* This indicates an error. One likely failure is ECHILD (no children), which we break on, and is not considered an error. The other likely failure is EINTR, which means we got a signal, which is considered an error. */
got_error = (errno != ECHILD);
break;
}
}
}
if (got_error)
{
return -1;
}
else
{
s_last_processed_sigchld_generation_count = local_count;
return processed_count;
}
}
/* This is called from a signal handler. The signal is always SIGCHLD. */
void job_handle_signal(int signal, siginfo_t *info, void *con)
{
/* This is the only place that this generation count is modified. It's OK if it overflows. */
s_sigchld_generation_count += 1;
}
/* Given a command like "cat file", truncate it to a reasonable length */
static wcstring truncate_command(const wcstring &cmd)
{
const size_t max_len = 32;
if (cmd.size() <= max_len)
{
// No truncation necessary
return cmd;
}
// Truncation required
const bool ellipsis_is_unicode = (ellipsis_char == L'\x2026');
const size_t ellipsis_length = ellipsis_is_unicode ? 1 : 3;
size_t trunc_length = max_len - ellipsis_length;
// Eat trailing whitespace
while (trunc_length > 0 && iswspace(cmd.at(trunc_length - 1)))
{
trunc_length -= 1;
}
wcstring result = wcstring(cmd, 0, trunc_length);
// Append ellipsis
if (ellipsis_is_unicode)
{
result.push_back(ellipsis_char);
}
else
{
result.append(L"...");
}
return result;
}
/**
Format information about job status for the user to look at.
\param j the job to test
\param status a string description of the job exit type
*/
static void format_job_info(const job_t *j, const wchar_t *status, size_t job_count)
{
fwprintf(stdout, L"\r");
if (job_count == 1)
{
fwprintf(stdout, _(L"\'%ls\' has %ls"), truncate_command(j->command()).c_str(), status);
}
else
{
fwprintf(stdout, _(L"Job %d, \'%ls\' has %ls"), j->job_id, truncate_command(j->command()).c_str(), status);
}
fflush(stdout);
tputs(clr_eol,1,&writeb);
fwprintf(stdout, L"\n");
}
void proc_fire_event(const wchar_t *msg, int type, pid_t pid, int status)
{
event.type=type;
event.param1.pid = pid;
event.arguments.push_back(msg);
event.arguments.push_back(to_string<int>(pid));
event.arguments.push_back(to_string<int>(status));
event_fire(&event);
event.arguments.resize(0);
}
int job_reap(bool interactive)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
job_t *jnext;
int found=0;
/* job_reap may fire an event handler, we do not want to call ourselves recursively (to avoid infinite recursion). */
static bool locked = false;
if (locked)
{
return 0;
}
locked = true;
process_mark_finished_children(false);
/* Preserve the exit status */
const int saved_status = proc_get_last_status();
job_iterator_t jobs;
const size_t job_count = jobs.count();
jnext = jobs.next();
while (jnext)
{
job_t *j = jnext;
jnext = jobs.next();
/*
If we are reaping only jobs who do not need status messages
sent to the console, do not consider reaping jobs that need
status messages
*/
if ((!job_get_flag(j, JOB_SKIP_NOTIFICATION)) && (!interactive) && (!job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND)))
{
continue;
}
for (process_t *p = j->first_process; p; p=p->next)
{
int s;
if (!p->completed)
continue;
if (!p->pid)
continue;
s = p->status;
proc_fire_event(L"PROCESS_EXIT", EVENT_EXIT, p->pid, (WIFSIGNALED(s)?-1:WEXITSTATUS(s)));
if (WIFSIGNALED(s))
{
/*
Ignore signal SIGPIPE.We issue it ourselves to the pipe
writer when the pipe reader dies.
*/
if (WTERMSIG(s) != SIGPIPE)
{
int proc_is_job = ((p==j->first_process) && (p->next == 0));
if (proc_is_job)
job_set_flag(j, JOB_NOTIFIED, 1);
if (!job_get_flag(j, JOB_SKIP_NOTIFICATION))
{
/* Print nothing if we get SIGINT in the foreground process group, to avoid spamming obvious stuff on the console (#1119). If we get SIGINT for the foreground process, assume the user typed ^C and can see it working. It's possible they didn't, and the signal was delivered via pkill, etc., but the SIGINT/SIGTERM distinction is precisely to allow INT to be from a UI and TERM to be programmatic, so this assumption is keeping with the design of signals.
If echoctl is on, then the terminal will have written ^C to the console. If off, it won't have. We don't echo ^C either way, so as to respect the user's preference. */
if (WTERMSIG(p->status) != SIGINT || ! job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND))
{
if (proc_is_job)
{
// We want to report the job number, unless it's the only job, in which case we don't need to
const wcstring job_number_desc = (job_count == 1) ? wcstring() : format_string(L"Job %d, ", j->job_id);
fwprintf(stdout,
_(L"%ls: %ls\'%ls\' terminated by signal %ls (%ls)"),
program_name,
job_number_desc.c_str(),
truncate_command(j->command()).c_str(),
sig2wcs(WTERMSIG(p->status)),
signal_get_desc(WTERMSIG(p->status)));
}
else
{
const wcstring job_number_desc = (job_count == 1) ? wcstring() : format_string(L"from job %d, ", j->job_id);
fwprintf(stdout,
_(L"%ls: Process %d, \'%ls\' %ls\'%ls\' terminated by signal %ls (%ls)"),
program_name,
p->pid,
p->argv0(),
job_number_desc.c_str(),
truncate_command(j->command()).c_str(),
sig2wcs(WTERMSIG(p->status)),
signal_get_desc(WTERMSIG(p->status)));
}
tputs(clr_eol,1,&writeb);
fwprintf(stdout, L"\n");
}
found=1;
}
/*
Clear status so it is not reported more than once
*/
p->status = 0;
}
}
}
/*
If all processes have completed, tell the user the job has
completed and delete it from the active job list.
*/
if (job_is_completed(j))
{
if (!job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND) && !job_get_flag(j, JOB_NOTIFIED) && !job_get_flag(j, JOB_SKIP_NOTIFICATION))
{
format_job_info(j, _(L"ended"), job_count);
found=1;
}
proc_fire_event(L"JOB_EXIT", EVENT_EXIT, -j->pgid, 0);
proc_fire_event(L"JOB_EXIT", EVENT_JOB_ID, j->job_id, 0);
job_free(j);
}
else if (job_is_stopped(j) && !job_get_flag(j, JOB_NOTIFIED))
{
/*
Notify the user about newly stopped jobs.
*/
if (!job_get_flag(j, JOB_SKIP_NOTIFICATION))
{
format_job_info(j, _(L"stopped"), job_count);
found=1;
}
job_set_flag(j, JOB_NOTIFIED, 1);
}
}
if (found)
fflush(stdout);
/* Restore the exit status. */
proc_set_last_status(saved_status);
locked = false;
return found;
}
#ifdef HAVE__PROC_SELF_STAT
/**
Maximum length of a /proc/[PID]/stat filename
*/
#define FN_SIZE 256
/**
Get the CPU time for the specified process
*/
unsigned long proc_get_jiffies(process_t *p)
{
wchar_t fn[FN_SIZE];
char state;
int pid, ppid, pgrp,
session, tty_nr, tpgid,
exit_signal, processor;
long int cutime, cstime, priority,
nice, placeholder, itrealvalue,
rss;
unsigned long int flags, minflt, cminflt,
majflt, cmajflt, utime,
stime, starttime, vsize,
rlim, startcode, endcode,
startstack, kstkesp, kstkeip,
signal, blocked, sigignore,
sigcatch, wchan, nswap, cnswap;
char comm[1024];
if (p->pid <= 0)
return 0;
swprintf(fn, FN_SIZE, L"/proc/%d/stat", p->pid);
FILE *f = wfopen(fn, "r");
if (!f)
return 0;
int count = fscanf(f,
"%d %s %c "
"%d %d %d "
"%d %d %lu "
"%lu %lu %lu "
"%lu %lu %lu "
"%ld %ld %ld "
"%ld %ld %ld "
"%lu %lu %ld "
"%lu %lu %lu "
"%lu %lu %lu "
"%lu %lu %lu "
"%lu %lu %lu "
"%lu %d %d ",
&pid, comm, &state,
&ppid, &pgrp, &session,
&tty_nr, &tpgid, &flags,
&minflt, &cminflt, &majflt,
&cmajflt, &utime, &stime,
&cutime, &cstime, &priority,
&nice, &placeholder, &itrealvalue,
&starttime, &vsize, &rss,
&rlim, &startcode, &endcode,
&startstack, &kstkesp, &kstkeip,
&signal, &blocked, &sigignore,
&sigcatch, &wchan, &nswap,
&cnswap, &exit_signal, &processor
);
/*
Don't need to check exit status of fclose on read-only streams
*/
fclose(f);
if (count < 17)
{
return 0;
}
return utime+stime+cutime+cstime;
}
/**
Update the CPU time for all jobs
*/
void proc_update_jiffies()
{
job_t* job;
process_t *p;
job_iterator_t j;
for (job = j.next(); job; job = j.next())
{
for (p=job->first_process; p; p=p->next)
{
gettimeofday(&p->last_time, 0);
p->last_jiffies = proc_get_jiffies(p);
}
}
}
#endif
/**
Check if there are buffers associated with the job, and select on
them for a while if available.
\param j the job to test
\return 1 if buffers were available, zero otherwise
*/
static int select_try(job_t *j)
{
fd_set fds;
int maxfd=-1;
FD_ZERO(&fds);
const io_chain_t chain = j->all_io_redirections();
for (size_t idx = 0; idx < chain.size(); idx++)
{
const io_data_t *io = chain.at(idx).get();
if (io->io_mode == IO_BUFFER)
{
CAST_INIT(const io_pipe_t *, io_pipe, io);
int fd = io_pipe->pipe_fd[0];
// fwprintf( stderr, L"fd %d on job %ls\n", fd, j->command );
FD_SET(fd, &fds);
maxfd = maxi(maxfd, fd);
debug(3, L"select_try on %d\n", fd);
}
}
if (maxfd >= 0)
{
int retval;
struct timeval tv;
tv.tv_sec=0;
tv.tv_usec=10000;
retval =select(maxfd+1, &fds, 0, 0, &tv);
if (retval == 0) {
debug(3, L"select_try hit timeout\n");
}
return retval > 0;
}
return -1;
}
/**
Read from descriptors until they are empty.
\param j the job to test
*/
static void read_try(job_t *j)
{
io_buffer_t *buff = NULL;
/*
Find the last buffer, which is the one we want to read from
*/
const io_chain_t chain = j->all_io_redirections();
for (size_t idx = 0; idx < chain.size(); idx++)
{
io_data_t *d = chain.at(idx).get();
if (d->io_mode == IO_BUFFER)
{
buff = static_cast<io_buffer_t *>(d);
}
}
if (buff)
{
debug(3, L"proc::read_try('%ls')\n", j->command_wcstr());
while (1)
{
char b[BUFFER_SIZE];
long l;
l=read_blocked(buff->pipe_fd[0],
b, BUFFER_SIZE);
if (l==0)
{
break;
}
else if (l<0)
{
if (errno != EAGAIN)
{
debug(1,
_(L"An error occured while reading output from code block"));
wperror(L"read_try");
}
break;
}
else
{
buff->out_buffer_append(b, l);
}
}
}
}
/**
Give ownership of the terminal to the specified job.
\param j The job to give the terminal to.
\param cont If this variable is set, we are giving back control to
a job that has previously been stopped. In that case, we need to
set the terminal attributes to those saved in the job.
*/
static bool terminal_give_to_job(job_t *j, int cont)
{
if (tcsetpgrp(0, j->pgid))
{
debug(1,
_(L"Could not send job %d ('%ls') to foreground"),
j->job_id,
j->command_wcstr());
wperror(L"tcsetpgrp");
return false;
}
if (cont)
{
if (tcsetattr(0, TCSADRAIN, &j->tmodes))
{
debug(1,
_(L"Could not send job %d ('%ls') to foreground"),
j->job_id,
j->command_wcstr());
wperror(L"tcsetattr");
return false;
}
}
return true;
}
/**
Returns control of the terminal to the shell, and saves the terminal
attribute state to the job, so that we can restore the terminal
ownership to the job at a later time .
*/
static int terminal_return_from_job(job_t *j)
{
if (tcsetpgrp(0, getpgrp()))
{
debug(1, _(L"Could not return shell to foreground"));
wperror(L"tcsetpgrp");
return 0;
}
/*
Save jobs terminal modes.
*/
if (tcgetattr(0, &j->tmodes))
{
debug(1, _(L"Could not return shell to foreground"));
wperror(L"tcgetattr");
return 0;
}
/* Disabling this per https://github.com/adityagodbole/fish-shell/commit/9d229cd18c3e5c25a8bd37e9ddd3b67ddc2d1b72
On Linux, 'cd . ; ftp' prevents you from typing into the ftp prompt
See https://github.com/fish-shell/fish-shell/issues/121
*/
#if 0
/*
Restore the shell's terminal modes.
*/
if (tcsetattr(0, TCSADRAIN, &shell_modes))
{
debug(1, _(L"Could not return shell to foreground"));
wperror(L"tcsetattr");
return 0;
}
#endif
return 1;
}
void job_continue(job_t *j, bool cont)
{
/*
Put job first in the job list
*/
job_promote(j);
job_set_flag(j, JOB_NOTIFIED, 0);
CHECK_BLOCK();
debug(4,
L"Continue job %d, gid %d (%ls), %ls, %ls",
j->job_id,
j->pgid,
j->command_wcstr(),
job_is_completed(j)?L"COMPLETED":L"UNCOMPLETED",
is_interactive?L"INTERACTIVE":L"NON-INTERACTIVE");
if (!job_is_completed(j))
{
if (job_get_flag(j, JOB_TERMINAL) && job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND))
{
/* Put the job into the foreground. Hack: ensure that stdin is marked as blocking first (#176). */
make_fd_blocking(STDIN_FILENO);
signal_block();
bool ok = terminal_give_to_job(j, cont);
signal_unblock();
if (!ok)
return;
}
/*
Send the job a continue signal, if necessary.
*/
if (cont)
{
process_t *p;
for (p=j->first_process; p; p=p->next)
p->stopped=0;
if (job_get_flag(j, JOB_CONTROL))
{
if (killpg(j->pgid, SIGCONT))
{
wperror(L"killpg (SIGCONT)");
return;
}
}
else
{
for (p=j->first_process; p; p=p->next)
{
if (kill(p->pid, SIGCONT) < 0)
{
wperror(L"kill (SIGCONT)");
return;
}
}
}
}
if (job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND))
{
/* Look for finished processes first, to avoid select() if it's already done. */
process_mark_finished_children(false);
/*
Wait for job to report.
*/
while (! reader_exit_forced() && ! job_is_stopped(j) && ! job_is_completed(j))
{
// debug( 1, L"select_try()" );
switch (select_try(j))
{
case 1:
{
read_try(j);
process_mark_finished_children(false);
break;
}
case 0:
{
/* No FDs are ready. Look for finished processes. */
process_mark_finished_children(false);
break;
}
case -1:
{
/*
If there is no funky IO magic, we can use
waitpid instead of handling child deaths
through signals. This gives a rather large
speed boost (A factor 3 startup time
improvement on my 300 MHz machine) on
short-lived jobs.
This will return early if we get a signal,
like SIGHUP.
*/
process_mark_finished_children(true);
break;
}
}
}
}
}
if (job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND))
{
if (job_is_completed(j))
{
// It's possible that the job will produce output and exit before we've even read from it.
// We'll eventually read the output, but it may be after we've executed subsequent calls
// This is why my prompt colors kept getting screwed up - the builtin echo calls
// were sometimes having their output combined with the set_color calls in the wrong order!
read_try(j);
process_t *p = j->first_process;
while (p->next)
p = p->next;
if (WIFEXITED(p->status) || WIFSIGNALED(p->status))
{
/*
Mark process status only if we are in the foreground
and the last process in a pipe, and it is not a short circuited builtin
*/
if (p->pid)
{
int status = proc_format_status(p->status);
//wprintf(L"setting status %d for %ls\n", job_get_flag( j, JOB_NEGATE )?!status:status, j->command);
proc_set_last_status(job_get_flag(j, JOB_NEGATE)?!status:status);
}
}
}
/* Put the shell back in the foreground. */
if (job_get_flag(j, JOB_TERMINAL) && job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND))
{
int ok;
signal_block();
ok = terminal_return_from_job(j);
signal_unblock();
if (!ok)
return;
}
}
}
int proc_format_status(int status)
{
if (WIFSIGNALED(status))
{
return 128+WTERMSIG(status);
}
else if (WIFEXITED(status))
{
return WEXITSTATUS(status);
}
return status;
}
void proc_sanity_check()
{
job_t *j;
job_t *fg_job=0;
job_iterator_t jobs;
while ((j = jobs.next()))
{
process_t *p;
if (!job_get_flag(j, JOB_CONSTRUCTED))
continue;
validate_pointer(j->first_process,
_(L"Process list pointer"),
0);
/*
More than one foreground job?
*/
if (job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND) && !(job_is_stopped(j) || job_is_completed(j)))
{
if (fg_job != 0)
{
debug(0,
_(L"More than one job in foreground: job 1: '%ls' job 2: '%ls'"),
fg_job->command_wcstr(),
j->command_wcstr());
sanity_lose();
}
fg_job = j;
}
p = j->first_process;
while (p)
{
/* Internal block nodes do not have argv - see #1545 */
bool null_ok = (p->type == INTERNAL_BLOCK_NODE);
validate_pointer(p->get_argv(), _(L"Process argument list"), null_ok);
validate_pointer(p->argv0(), _(L"Process name"), null_ok);
validate_pointer(p->next, _(L"Process list pointer"), true);
if ((p->stopped & (~0x00000001)) != 0)
{
debug(0,
_(L"Job '%ls', process '%ls' has inconsistent state \'stopped\'=%d"),
j->command_wcstr(),
p->argv0(),
p->stopped);
sanity_lose();
}
if ((p->completed & (~0x00000001)) != 0)
{
debug(0,
_(L"Job '%ls', process '%ls' has inconsistent state \'completed\'=%d"),
j->command_wcstr(),
p->argv0(),
p->completed);
sanity_lose();
}
p=p->next;
}
}
}
void proc_push_interactive(int value)
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
int old = is_interactive;
interactive_stack.push_back(is_interactive);
is_interactive = value;
if (old != value)
signal_set_handlers();
}
void proc_pop_interactive()
{
ASSERT_IS_MAIN_THREAD();
int old = is_interactive;
is_interactive= interactive_stack.back();
interactive_stack.pop_back();
if (is_interactive != old)
signal_set_handlers();
}
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