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/*
Copyright 2014 The Kubernetes Authors.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.
*/
package iptables
import (
"bytes"
"context"
"fmt"
"regexp"
"strings"
"sync"
"time"
"k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/sets"
utilversion "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/version"
utilwait "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait"
"k8s.io/klog"
utilexec "k8s.io/utils/exec"
utiltrace "k8s.io/utils/trace"
)
// RulePosition holds the -I/-A flags for iptable
type RulePosition string
const (
// Prepend is the insert flag for iptable
Prepend RulePosition = "-I"
// Append is the append flag for iptable
Append RulePosition = "-A"
)
// Interface is an injectable interface for running iptables commands. Implementations must be goroutine-safe.
type Interface interface {
// EnsureChain checks if the specified chain exists and, if not, creates it. If the chain existed, return true.
EnsureChain(table Table, chain Chain) (bool, error)
// FlushChain clears the specified chain. If the chain did not exist, return error.
FlushChain(table Table, chain Chain) error
// DeleteChain deletes the specified chain. If the chain did not exist, return error.
DeleteChain(table Table, chain Chain) error
// EnsureRule checks if the specified rule is present and, if not, creates it. If the rule existed, return true.
EnsureRule(position RulePosition, table Table, chain Chain, args ...string) (bool, error)
// DeleteRule checks if the specified rule is present and, if so, deletes it.
DeleteRule(table Table, chain Chain, args ...string) error
// IsIpv6 returns true if this is managing ipv6 tables
IsIpv6() bool
// SaveInto calls `iptables-save` for table and stores result in a given buffer.
SaveInto(table Table, buffer *bytes.Buffer) error
// Restore runs `iptables-restore` passing data through []byte.
// table is the Table to restore
// data should be formatted like the output of SaveInto()
// flush sets the presence of the "--noflush" flag. see: FlushFlag
// counters sets the "--counters" flag. see: RestoreCountersFlag
Restore(table Table, data []byte, flush FlushFlag, counters RestoreCountersFlag) error
// RestoreAll is the same as Restore except that no table is specified.
RestoreAll(data []byte, flush FlushFlag, counters RestoreCountersFlag) error
// Monitor detects when the given iptables tables have been flushed by an external
// tool (e.g. a firewall reload) by creating canary chains and polling to see if
// they have been deleted. (Specifically, it polls tables[0] every interval until
// the canary has been deleted from there, then waits a short additional time for
// the canaries to be deleted from the remaining tables as well. You can optimize
// the polling by listing a relatively empty table in tables[0]). When a flush is
// detected, this calls the reloadFunc so the caller can reload their own iptables
// rules. If it is unable to create the canary chains (either initially or after
// a reload) it will log an error and stop monitoring.
// (This function should be called from a goroutine.)
Monitor(canary Chain, tables []Table, reloadFunc func(), interval time.Duration, stopCh <-chan struct{})
// HasRandomFully reveals whether `-j MASQUERADE` takes the
// `--random-fully` option. This is helpful to work around a
// Linux kernel bug that sometimes causes multiple flows to get
// mapped to the same IP:PORT and consequently some suffer packet
// drops.
HasRandomFully() bool
}
// Protocol defines the ip protocol either ipv4 or ipv6
type Protocol byte
const (
// ProtocolIpv4 represents ipv4 protocol in iptables
ProtocolIpv4 Protocol = iota + 1
// ProtocolIpv6 represents ipv6 protocol in iptables
ProtocolIpv6
)
// Table represents different iptable like filter,nat, mangle and raw
type Table string
const (
// TableNAT represents the built-in nat table
TableNAT Table = "nat"
// TableFilter represents the built-in filter table
TableFilter Table = "filter"
// TableMangle represents the built-in mangle table
TableMangle Table = "mangle"
)
// Chain represents the different rules
type Chain string
const (
// ChainPostrouting used for source NAT in nat table
ChainPostrouting Chain = "POSTROUTING"
// ChainPrerouting used for DNAT (destination NAT) in nat table
ChainPrerouting Chain = "PREROUTING"
// ChainOutput used for the packets going out from local
ChainOutput Chain = "OUTPUT"
// ChainInput used for incoming packets
ChainInput Chain = "INPUT"
// ChainForward used for the packets for another NIC
ChainForward Chain = "FORWARD"
)
const (
cmdIPTablesSave string = "iptables-save"
cmdIPTablesRestore string = "iptables-restore"
cmdIPTables string = "iptables"
cmdIP6TablesRestore string = "ip6tables-restore"
cmdIP6TablesSave string = "ip6tables-save"
cmdIP6Tables string = "ip6tables"
)
// RestoreCountersFlag is an option flag for Restore
type RestoreCountersFlag bool
// RestoreCounters a boolean true constant for the option flag RestoreCountersFlag
const RestoreCounters RestoreCountersFlag = true
// NoRestoreCounters a boolean false constant for the option flag RestoreCountersFlag
const NoRestoreCounters RestoreCountersFlag = false
// FlushFlag an option flag for Flush
type FlushFlag bool
// FlushTables a boolean true constant for option flag FlushFlag
const FlushTables FlushFlag = true
// NoFlushTables a boolean false constant for option flag FlushFlag
const NoFlushTables FlushFlag = false
// MinCheckVersion minimum version to be checked
// Versions of iptables less than this do not support the -C / --check flag
// (test whether a rule exists).
var MinCheckVersion = utilversion.MustParseGeneric("1.4.11")
// RandomFullyMinVersion is the minimum version from which the --random-fully flag is supported,
// used for port mapping to be fully randomized
var RandomFullyMinVersion = utilversion.MustParseGeneric("1.6.2")
// WaitMinVersion a minimum iptables versions supporting the -w and -w<seconds> flags
var WaitMinVersion = utilversion.MustParseGeneric("1.4.20")
// WaitSecondsMinVersion a minimum iptables versions supporting the wait seconds
var WaitSecondsMinVersion = utilversion.MustParseGeneric("1.4.22")
// WaitRestoreMinVersion a minimum iptables versions supporting the wait restore seconds
var WaitRestoreMinVersion = utilversion.MustParseGeneric("1.6.2")
// WaitString a constant for specifying the wait flag
const WaitString = "-w"
// WaitSecondsValue a constant for specifying the default wait seconds
const WaitSecondsValue = "5"
// LockfilePath16x is the iptables lock file acquired by any process that's making any change in the iptable rule
const LockfilePath16x = "/run/xtables.lock"
// runner implements Interface in terms of exec("iptables").
type runner struct {
mu sync.Mutex
exec utilexec.Interface
protocol Protocol
hasCheck bool
hasRandomFully bool
waitFlag []string
restoreWaitFlag []string
lockfilePath string
}
// newInternal returns a new Interface which will exec iptables, and allows the
// caller to change the iptables-restore lockfile path
func newInternal(exec utilexec.Interface, protocol Protocol, lockfilePath string) Interface {
version, err := getIPTablesVersion(exec, protocol)
if err != nil {
klog.Warningf("Error checking iptables version, assuming version at least %s: %v", MinCheckVersion, err)
version = MinCheckVersion
}
if lockfilePath == "" {
lockfilePath = LockfilePath16x
}
runner := &runner{
exec: exec,
protocol: protocol,
hasCheck: version.AtLeast(MinCheckVersion),
hasRandomFully: version.AtLeast(RandomFullyMinVersion),
waitFlag: getIPTablesWaitFlag(version),
restoreWaitFlag: getIPTablesRestoreWaitFlag(version, exec, protocol),
lockfilePath: lockfilePath,
}
return runner
}
// New returns a new Interface which will exec iptables.
func New(exec utilexec.Interface, protocol Protocol) Interface {
return newInternal(exec, protocol, "")
}
// EnsureChain is part of Interface.
func (runner *runner) EnsureChain(table Table, chain Chain) (bool, error) {
fullArgs := makeFullArgs(table, chain)
runner.mu.Lock()
defer runner.mu.Unlock()
out, err := runner.run(opCreateChain, fullArgs)
if err != nil {
if ee, ok := err.(utilexec.ExitError); ok {
if ee.Exited() && ee.ExitStatus() == 1 {
return true, nil
}
}
return false, fmt.Errorf("error creating chain %q: %v: %s", chain, err, out)
}
return false, nil
}
// FlushChain is part of Interface.
func (runner *runner) FlushChain(table Table, chain Chain) error {
fullArgs := makeFullArgs(table, chain)
runner.mu.Lock()
defer runner.mu.Unlock()
out, err := runner.run(opFlushChain, fullArgs)
if err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("error flushing chain %q: %v: %s", chain, err, out)
}
return nil
}
// DeleteChain is part of Interface.
func (runner *runner) DeleteChain(table Table, chain Chain) error {
fullArgs := makeFullArgs(table, chain)
runner.mu.Lock()
defer runner.mu.Unlock()
// TODO: we could call iptables -S first, ignore the output and check for non-zero return (more like DeleteRule)
out, err := runner.run(opDeleteChain, fullArgs)
if err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("error deleting chain %q: %v: %s", chain, err, out)
}
return nil
}
// EnsureRule is part of Interface.
func (runner *runner) EnsureRule(position RulePosition, table Table, chain Chain, args ...string) (bool, error) {
fullArgs := makeFullArgs(table, chain, args...)
runner.mu.Lock()
defer runner.mu.Unlock()
exists, err := runner.checkRule(table, chain, args...)
if err != nil {
return false, err
}
if exists {
return true, nil
}
out, err := runner.run(operation(position), fullArgs)
if err != nil {
return false, fmt.Errorf("error appending rule: %v: %s", err, out)
}
return false, nil
}
// DeleteRule is part of Interface.
func (runner *runner) DeleteRule(table Table, chain Chain, args ...string) error {
fullArgs := makeFullArgs(table, chain, args...)
runner.mu.Lock()
defer runner.mu.Unlock()
exists, err := runner.checkRule(table, chain, args...)
if err != nil {
return err
}
if !exists {
return nil
}
out, err := runner.run(opDeleteRule, fullArgs)
if err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("error deleting rule: %v: %s", err, out)
}
return nil
}
func (runner *runner) IsIpv6() bool {
return runner.protocol == ProtocolIpv6
}
// SaveInto is part of Interface.
func (runner *runner) SaveInto(table Table, buffer *bytes.Buffer) error {
runner.mu.Lock()
defer runner.mu.Unlock()
trace := utiltrace.New("iptables save")
defer trace.LogIfLong(2 * time.Second)
// run and return
iptablesSaveCmd := iptablesSaveCommand(runner.protocol)
args := []string{"-t", string(table)}
klog.V(4).Infof("running %s %v", iptablesSaveCmd, args)
cmd := runner.exec.Command(iptablesSaveCmd, args...)
cmd.SetStdout(buffer)
stderrBuffer := bytes.NewBuffer(nil)
cmd.SetStderr(stderrBuffer)
err := cmd.Run()
if err != nil {
stderrBuffer.WriteTo(buffer) // ignore error, since we need to return the original error
}
return err
}
// Restore is part of Interface.
func (runner *runner) Restore(table Table, data []byte, flush FlushFlag, counters RestoreCountersFlag) error {
// setup args
args := []string{"-T", string(table)}
return runner.restoreInternal(args, data, flush, counters)
}
// RestoreAll is part of Interface.
func (runner *runner) RestoreAll(data []byte, flush FlushFlag, counters RestoreCountersFlag) error {
// setup args
args := make([]string, 0)
return runner.restoreInternal(args, data, flush, counters)
}
type iptablesLocker interface {
Close() error
}
// restoreInternal is the shared part of Restore/RestoreAll
func (runner *runner) restoreInternal(args []string, data []byte, flush FlushFlag, counters RestoreCountersFlag) error {
runner.mu.Lock()
defer runner.mu.Unlock()
trace := utiltrace.New("iptables restore")
defer trace.LogIfLong(2 * time.Second)
if !flush {
args = append(args, "--noflush")
}
if counters {
args = append(args, "--counters")
}
// Grab the iptables lock to prevent iptables-restore and iptables
// from stepping on each other. iptables-restore 1.6.2 will have
// a --wait option like iptables itself, but that's not widely deployed.
if len(runner.restoreWaitFlag) == 0 {
locker, err := grabIptablesLocks(runner.lockfilePath)
if err != nil {
return err
}
trace.Step("Locks grabbed")
defer func(locker iptablesLocker) {
if err := locker.Close(); err != nil {
klog.Errorf("Failed to close iptables locks: %v", err)
}
}(locker)
}
// run the command and return the output or an error including the output and error
fullArgs := append(runner.restoreWaitFlag, args...)
iptablesRestoreCmd := iptablesRestoreCommand(runner.protocol)
klog.V(4).Infof("running %s %v", iptablesRestoreCmd, fullArgs)
cmd := runner.exec.Command(iptablesRestoreCmd, fullArgs...)
cmd.SetStdin(bytes.NewBuffer(data))
b, err := cmd.CombinedOutput()
if err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("%v (%s)", err, b)
}
return nil
}
func iptablesSaveCommand(protocol Protocol) string {
if protocol == ProtocolIpv6 {
return cmdIP6TablesSave
}
return cmdIPTablesSave
}
func iptablesRestoreCommand(protocol Protocol) string {
if protocol == ProtocolIpv6 {
return cmdIP6TablesRestore
}
return cmdIPTablesRestore
}
func iptablesCommand(protocol Protocol) string {
if protocol == ProtocolIpv6 {
return cmdIP6Tables
}
return cmdIPTables
}
func (runner *runner) run(op operation, args []string) ([]byte, error) {
return runner.runContext(nil, op, args)
}
func (runner *runner) runContext(ctx context.Context, op operation, args []string) ([]byte, error) {
iptablesCmd := iptablesCommand(runner.protocol)
fullArgs := append(runner.waitFlag, string(op))
fullArgs = append(fullArgs, args...)
klog.V(5).Infof("running iptables: %s %v", iptablesCmd, fullArgs)
if ctx == nil {
return runner.exec.Command(iptablesCmd, fullArgs...).CombinedOutput()
}
return runner.exec.CommandContext(ctx, iptablesCmd, fullArgs...).CombinedOutput()
// Don't log err here - callers might not think it is an error.
}
// Returns (bool, nil) if it was able to check the existence of the rule, or
// (<undefined>, error) if the process of checking failed.
func (runner *runner) checkRule(table Table, chain Chain, args ...string) (bool, error) {
if runner.hasCheck {
return runner.checkRuleUsingCheck(makeFullArgs(table, chain, args...))
}
return runner.checkRuleWithoutCheck(table, chain, args...)
}
var hexnumRE = regexp.MustCompile("0x0+([0-9])")
func trimhex(s string) string {
return hexnumRE.ReplaceAllString(s, "0x$1")
}
// Executes the rule check without using the "-C" flag, instead parsing iptables-save.
// Present for compatibility with <1.4.11 versions of iptables. This is full
// of hack and half-measures. We should nix this ASAP.
func (runner *runner) checkRuleWithoutCheck(table Table, chain Chain, args ...string) (bool, error) {
iptablesSaveCmd := iptablesSaveCommand(runner.protocol)
klog.V(1).Infof("running %s -t %s", iptablesSaveCmd, string(table))
out, err := runner.exec.Command(iptablesSaveCmd, "-t", string(table)).CombinedOutput()
if err != nil {
return false, fmt.Errorf("error checking rule: %v", err)
}
// Sadly, iptables has inconsistent quoting rules for comments. Just remove all quotes.
// Also, quoted multi-word comments (which are counted as a single arg)
// will be unpacked into multiple args,
// in order to compare against iptables-save output (which will be split at whitespace boundary)
// e.g. a single arg('"this must be before the NodePort rules"') will be unquoted and unpacked into 7 args.
var argsCopy []string
for i := range args {
tmpField := strings.Trim(args[i], "\"")
tmpField = trimhex(tmpField)
argsCopy = append(argsCopy, strings.Fields(tmpField)...)
}
argset := sets.NewString(argsCopy...)
for _, line := range strings.Split(string(out), "\n") {
var fields = strings.Fields(line)
// Check that this is a rule for the correct chain, and that it has
// the correct number of argument (+2 for "-A <chain name>")
if !strings.HasPrefix(line, fmt.Sprintf("-A %s", string(chain))) || len(fields) != len(argsCopy)+2 {
continue
}
// Sadly, iptables has inconsistent quoting rules for comments.
// Just remove all quotes.
for i := range fields {
fields[i] = strings.Trim(fields[i], "\"")
fields[i] = trimhex(fields[i])
}
// TODO: This misses reorderings e.g. "-x foo ! -y bar" will match "! -x foo -y bar"
if sets.NewString(fields...).IsSuperset(argset) {
return true, nil
}
klog.V(5).Infof("DBG: fields is not a superset of args: fields=%v args=%v", fields, args)
}
return false, nil
}
// Executes the rule check using the "-C" flag
func (runner *runner) checkRuleUsingCheck(args []string) (bool, error) {
ctx, cancel := context.WithTimeout(context.Background(), 5*time.Minute)
defer cancel()
out, err := runner.runContext(ctx, opCheckRule, args)
if ctx.Err() == context.DeadlineExceeded {
return false, fmt.Errorf("timed out while checking rules")
}
if err == nil {
return true, nil
}
if ee, ok := err.(utilexec.ExitError); ok {
// iptables uses exit(1) to indicate a failure of the operation,
// as compared to a malformed commandline, for example.
if ee.Exited() && ee.ExitStatus() == 1 {
return false, nil
}
}
return false, fmt.Errorf("error checking rule: %v: %s", err, out)
}
const (
// Max time we wait for an iptables flush to complete after we notice it has started
iptablesFlushTimeout = 5 * time.Second
// How often we poll while waiting for an iptables flush to complete
iptablesFlushPollTime = 100 * time.Millisecond
)
// Monitor is part of Interface
func (runner *runner) Monitor(canary Chain, tables []Table, reloadFunc func(), interval time.Duration, stopCh <-chan struct{}) {
for {
_ = utilwait.PollImmediateUntil(interval, func() (bool, error) {
for _, table := range tables {
if _, err := runner.EnsureChain(table, canary); err != nil {
klog.Warningf("Could not set up iptables canary %s/%s: %v", string(table), string(canary), err)
return false, nil
}
}
return true, nil
}, stopCh)
// Poll until stopCh is closed or iptables is flushed
err := utilwait.PollUntil(interval, func() (bool, error) {
if exists, err := runner.chainExists(tables[0], canary); exists {
return false, nil
} else if isResourceError(err) {
klog.Warningf("Could not check for iptables canary %s/%s: %v", string(tables[0]), string(canary), err)
return false, nil
}
klog.V(2).Infof("iptables canary %s/%s deleted", string(tables[0]), string(canary))
// Wait for the other canaries to be deleted too before returning
// so we don't start reloading too soon.
err := utilwait.PollImmediate(iptablesFlushPollTime, iptablesFlushTimeout, func() (bool, error) {
for i := 1; i < len(tables); i++ {
if exists, err := runner.chainExists(tables[i], canary); exists || isResourceError(err) {
return false, nil
}
}
return true, nil
})
if err != nil {
klog.Warning("Inconsistent iptables state detected.")
}
return true, nil
}, stopCh)
if err != nil {
// stopCh was closed
for _, table := range tables {
_ = runner.DeleteChain(table, canary)
}
return
}
klog.V(2).Infof("Reloading after iptables flush")
reloadFunc()
}
}
// chainExists is used internally by Monitor; none of the public Interface methods can be
// used to distinguish "chain exists" from "chain does not exist" with no side effects
func (runner *runner) chainExists(table Table, chain Chain) (bool, error) {
fullArgs := makeFullArgs(table, chain)
runner.mu.Lock()
defer runner.mu.Unlock()
_, err := runner.run(opListChain, fullArgs)
return err == nil, err
}
type operation string
const (
opCreateChain operation = "-N"
opFlushChain operation = "-F"
opDeleteChain operation = "-X"
opListChain operation = "-L"
opAppendRule operation = "-A"
opCheckRule operation = "-C"
opDeleteRule operation = "-D"
)
func makeFullArgs(table Table, chain Chain, args ...string) []string {
return append([]string{string(chain), "-t", string(table)}, args...)
}
const iptablesVersionPattern = `v([0-9]+(\.[0-9]+)+)`
// getIPTablesVersion runs "iptables --version" and parses the returned version
func getIPTablesVersion(exec utilexec.Interface, protocol Protocol) (*utilversion.Version, error) {
// this doesn't access mutable state so we don't need to use the interface / runner
iptablesCmd := iptablesCommand(protocol)
bytes, err := exec.Command(iptablesCmd, "--version").CombinedOutput()
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
versionMatcher := regexp.MustCompile(iptablesVersionPattern)
match := versionMatcher.FindStringSubmatch(string(bytes))
if match == nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("no iptables version found in string: %s", bytes)
}
version, err := utilversion.ParseGeneric(match[1])
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("iptables version %q is not a valid version string: %v", match[1], err)
}
return version, nil
}
// Checks if iptables version has a "wait" flag
func getIPTablesWaitFlag(version *utilversion.Version) []string {
switch {
case version.AtLeast(WaitSecondsMinVersion):
return []string{WaitString, WaitSecondsValue}
case version.AtLeast(WaitMinVersion):
return []string{WaitString}
default:
return nil
}
}
// Checks if iptables-restore has a "wait" flag
func getIPTablesRestoreWaitFlag(version *utilversion.Version, exec utilexec.Interface, protocol Protocol) []string {
if version.AtLeast(WaitRestoreMinVersion) {
return []string{WaitString, WaitSecondsValue}
}
// Older versions may have backported features; if iptables-restore supports
// --version, assume it also supports --wait
vstring, err := getIPTablesRestoreVersionString(exec, protocol)
if err != nil || vstring == "" {
klog.V(3).Infof("couldn't get iptables-restore version; assuming it doesn't support --wait")
return nil
}
if _, err := utilversion.ParseGeneric(vstring); err != nil {
klog.V(3).Infof("couldn't parse iptables-restore version; assuming it doesn't support --wait")
return nil
}
return []string{WaitString}
}
// getIPTablesRestoreVersionString runs "iptables-restore --version" to get the version string
// in the form "X.X.X"
func getIPTablesRestoreVersionString(exec utilexec.Interface, protocol Protocol) (string, error) {
// this doesn't access mutable state so we don't need to use the interface / runner
// iptables-restore hasn't always had --version, and worse complains
// about unrecognized commands but doesn't exit when it gets them.
// Work around that by setting stdin to nothing so it exits immediately.
iptablesRestoreCmd := iptablesRestoreCommand(protocol)
cmd := exec.Command(iptablesRestoreCmd, "--version")
cmd.SetStdin(bytes.NewReader([]byte{}))
bytes, err := cmd.CombinedOutput()
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
versionMatcher := regexp.MustCompile(iptablesVersionPattern)
match := versionMatcher.FindStringSubmatch(string(bytes))
if match == nil {
return "", fmt.Errorf("no iptables version found in string: %s", bytes)
}
return match[1], nil
}
func (runner *runner) HasRandomFully() bool {
return runner.hasRandomFully
}
var iptablesNotFoundStrings = []string{
// iptables-legacy [-A|-I] BAD-CHAIN [...]
// iptables-legacy [-C|-D] GOOD-CHAIN [...non-matching rule...]
// iptables-legacy [-X|-F|-Z] BAD-CHAIN
// iptables-nft -X BAD-CHAIN
// NB: iptables-nft [-F|-Z] BAD-CHAIN exits with no error
"No chain/target/match by that name",
// iptables-legacy [...] -j BAD-CHAIN
// iptables-nft-1.8.0 [-A|-I] BAD-CHAIN [...]
// iptables-nft-1.8.0 [-A|-I] GOOD-CHAIN -j BAD-CHAIN
// NB: also matches some other things like "-m BAD-MODULE"
"No such file or directory",
// iptables-legacy [-C|-D] BAD-CHAIN [...]
// iptables-nft [-C|-D] GOOD-CHAIN [...non-matching rule...]
"does a matching rule exist",
// iptables-nft-1.8.2 [-A|-C|-D|-I] BAD-CHAIN [...]
// iptables-nft-1.8.2 [...] -j BAD-CHAIN
"does not exist",
}
// IsNotFoundError returns true if the error indicates "not found". It parses
// the error string looking for known values, which is imperfect; beware using
// this function for anything beyond deciding between logging or ignoring an
// error.
func IsNotFoundError(err error) bool {
es := err.Error()
for _, str := range iptablesNotFoundStrings {
if strings.Contains(es, str) {
return true
}
}
return false
}
const iptablesStatusResourceProblem = 4
// isResourceError returns true if the error indicates that iptables ran into a "resource
// problem" and was unable to attempt the request. In particular, this will be true if it
// times out trying to get the iptables lock.
func isResourceError(err error) bool {
if ee, isExitError := err.(utilexec.ExitError); isExitError {
return ee.ExitStatus() == iptablesStatusResourceProblem
}
return false
}
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