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FL-744: correct lxc init script to support Funtoo's corenetwork

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angryvincent committed Sep 20, 2013
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+#!/sbin/runscript
+# Copyright 1999-2012 Gentoo Foundation
+# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
+# $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/app-emulation/lxc/files/lxc.initd.2,v 1.6 2012/11/14 02:15:10 flameeyes Exp $
+
+CONTAINER=${SVCNAME#*.}
+
+lxc_get_configfile() {
+ if [ -f "/etc/lxc/${CONTAINER}.conf" ]; then
+ echo "/etc/lxc/${CONTAINER}.conf"
+ elif [ -f "/etc/lxc/${CONTAINER}/config" ]; then
+ echo "/etc/lxc/${CONTAINER}/config"
+ else
+ eerror "Unable to find a suitable configuration file."
+ eerror "If you set up the container in a non-standard"
+ eerror "location, please set the CONFIGFILE variable."
+ return 1
+ fi
+}
+
+[ $CONTAINER != $SVCNAME ] && CONFIGFILE=${CONFIGFILE:-$(lxc_get_configfile)}
+
+lxc_get_var() {
+ awk 'BEGIN { FS="[ \t]*=[ \t]*" } $1 == "'$1'" { print $2; exit }' ${CONFIGFILE}
+}
+
+checkconfig() {
+ if [ ${CONTAINER} = ${SVCNAME} ]; then
+ eerror "You have to create an init script for each container:"
+ eerror " ln -s lxc /etc/init.d/lxc.container"
+ return 1
+ fi
+
+ # no need to output anything, the function takes care of that.
+ [ -z "${CONFIGFILE}" ] && return 1
+
+ utsname=$(lxc_get_var lxc.utsname)
+ if [ ${CONTAINER} != ${utsname} ]; then
+ eerror "You should use the same name for the service and the"
+ eerror "container. Right now the container is called ${utsname}"
+ return 1
+ fi
+}
+
+depend() {
+ # be quiet, since we have to run depend() also for the
+ # non-muxed init script, unfortunately.
+ checkconfig 2>/dev/null || return 0
+
+ config ${CONFIGFILE}
+ need localmount
+
+ # find out which network interface the container is linked to,
+ # and then require that to be enabled, so that the
+ # dependencies are correct.
+ netif=$(lxc_get_var lxc.network.link)
+
+ # when the network type is set to phys, we can make use of a
+ # network service (for instance to set it up before we disable
+ # the net_admin capability), but we might also not set it up
+ # at all on the host and leave the net_admin capable service
+ # to take care of it.
+ nettype=$(lxc_get_var lxc.network.type)
+
+ if [ -n "${netif}" ]; then
+ case "${nettype}" in
+ phys) use net.${netif} ;;
+ *) need net.${netif} ;;
+ esac
+ fi
+}
+
+start() {
+ checkconfig || return 1
+ rm /var/log/lxc/${CONTAINER}.log
+
+ rootpath=$(lxc_get_var lxc.rootfs)
+
+ # Check the format of our init and the chroot's init, to see
+ # if we have to use linux32 or linux64; always use setarch
+ # when required, as that makes it easier to deal with
+ # x32-based containers.
+ case $(scanelf -BF '%a#f' ${rootpath}/sbin/init) in
+ EM_X86_64) setarch=linux64;;
+ EM_386) setarch=linux32;;
+ esac
+
+ ebegin "Starting ${CONTAINER}"
+ env -i ${setarch} $(type -p lxc-start) -l WARN -n ${CONTAINER} -f ${CONFIGFILE} -d -o /var/log/lxc/${CONTAINER}.log
+ sleep 0.5
+
+ # lxc-start -d will _always_ report a correct startup, even if it
+ # failed, so rather than trust that, check that the cgroup exists.
+ [ -d /sys/fs/cgroup/cpuset/lxc/${CONTAINER} ]
+ eend $?
+}
+
+stop() {
+ checkconfig || return 1
+
+
+ if ! [ -d /sys/fs/cgroup/cpuset/lxc/${CONTAINER} ]; then
+ ewarn "${CONTAINER} doesn't seem to be started."
+ return 0
+ fi
+
+ init_pid=$(lxc-info -n ${CONTAINER} --pid | awk '{ print $2 }')
+
+ if [ "${init_pid}" = "-1" ]; then
+ ewarn "${CONTAINER} doesn't seem to be running."
+ return 0
+ fi
+
+ ebegin "Shutting down system in ${CONTAINER}"
+ kill -PWR ${init_pid}
+ eend $?
+
+ TIMEOUT=${TIMEOUT:-30}
+ i=0
+ while [ -n "$(pgrep -P ${init_pid})" -a $i -lt ${TIMEOUT} ]; do
+ sleep 1
+ i=$(expr $i + 1)
+ done
+
+ if [ -n "${missingprocs}" ]; then
+ ewarn "Something failed to properly shut down in ${CONTAINER}"
+ fi
+
+ ebegin "Stopping ${CONTAINER}"
+ lxc-stop -n ${CONTAINER}
+ eend $?
+}
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+#!/sbin/runscript
+# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
+
+CONTAINER=${SVCNAME#*.}
+
+lxc_get_configfile() {
+ if [ -f "/etc/lxc/${CONTAINER}.conf" ]; then
+ echo "/etc/lxc/${CONTAINER}.conf"
+ elif [ -f "/etc/lxc/${CONTAINER}/config" ]; then
+ echo "/etc/lxc/${CONTAINER}/config"
+ else
+ eerror "Unable to find a suitable configuration file."
+ eerror "If you set up the container in a non-standard"
+ eerror "location, please set the CONFIGFILE variable."
+ return 1
+ fi
+}
+
+[ $CONTAINER != $SVCNAME ] && CONFIGFILE=${CONFIGFILE:-$(lxc_get_configfile)}
+
+lxc_get_var() {
+ awk 'BEGIN { FS="[ \t]*=[ \t]*" } $1 == "'$1'" { print $2; exit }' ${CONFIGFILE}
+}
+
+checkconfig() {
+ if [ ${CONTAINER} = ${SVCNAME} ]; then
+ eerror "You have to create an init script for each container:"
+ eerror " ln -s lxc /etc/init.d/lxc.container"
+ return 1
+ fi
+
+ # no need to output anything, the function takes care of that.
+ [ -z "${CONFIGFILE}" ] && return 1
+
+ utsname=$(lxc_get_var lxc.utsname)
+ if [ ${CONTAINER} != ${utsname} ]; then
+ eerror "You should use the same name for the service and the"
+ eerror "container. Right now the container is called ${utsname}"
+ return 1
+ fi
+}
+
+depend() {
+ # be quiet, since we have to run depend() also for the
+ # non-muxed init script, unfortunately.
+ checkconfig 2>/dev/null || return 0
+
+ config ${CONFIGFILE}
+ need localmount
+
+ # find out which network interface the container is linked to,
+ # and then require that to be enabled, so that the
+ # dependencies are correct.
+ netif=$(lxc_get_var lxc.network.link)
+
+ # when the network type is set to phys, we can make use of a
+ # network service (for instance to set it up before we disable
+ # the net_admin capability), but we might also not set it up
+ # at all on the host and leave the net_admin capable service
+ # to take care of it.
+ nettype=$(lxc_get_var lxc.network.type)
+
+ if [ -n "${netif}" ]; then
+ case "${nettype}" in
+ phys) use netif.${netif} ;;
+ *) need netif.${netif} ;;
+ esac
+ fi
+}
+
+start() {
+ checkconfig || return 1
+ rm /var/log/lxc/${CONTAINER}.log
+
+ rootpath=$(lxc_get_var lxc.rootfs)
+
+ # Check the format of our init and the chroot's init, to see
+ # if we have to use linux32 or linux64; always use setarch
+ # when required, as that makes it easier to deal with
+ # x32-based containers.
+ case $(scanelf -BF '%a#f' ${rootpath}/sbin/init) in
+ EM_X86_64) setarch=linux64;;
+ EM_386) setarch=linux32;;
+ esac
+
+ ebegin "Starting ${CONTAINER}"
+ env -i ${setarch} $(type -p lxc-start) -l WARN -n ${CONTAINER} -f ${CONFIGFILE} -d -o /var/log/lxc/${CONTAINER}.log
+ sleep 0.5
+
+ # lxc-start -d will _always_ report a correct startup, even if it
+ # failed, so rather than trust that, check that the cgroup exists.
+ [ -d /sys/fs/cgroup/cpuset/lxc/${CONTAINER} ]
+ eend $?
+}
+
+stop() {
+ checkconfig || return 1
+
+
+ if ! [ -d /sys/fs/cgroup/cpuset/lxc/${CONTAINER} ]; then
+ ewarn "${CONTAINER} doesn't seem to be started."
+ return 0
+ fi
+
+ init_pid=$(lxc-info -n ${CONTAINER} --pid | awk '{ print $2 }')
+
+ if [ "${init_pid}" = "-1" ]; then
+ ewarn "${CONTAINER} doesn't seem to be running."
+ return 0
+ fi
+
+ ebegin "Shutting down system in ${CONTAINER}"
+ kill -PWR ${init_pid}
+ eend $?
+
+ TIMEOUT=${TIMEOUT:-30}
+ i=0
+ while [ -n "$(pgrep -P ${init_pid})" -a $i -lt ${TIMEOUT} ]; do
+ sleep 1
+ i=$(expr $i + 1)
+ done
+
+ if [ -n "${missingprocs}" ]; then
+ ewarn "Something failed to properly shut down in ${CONTAINER}"
+ fi
+
+ ebegin "Stopping ${CONTAINER}"
+ lxc-stop -n ${CONTAINER}
+ eend $?
+}
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