# # # Common helper functions for the OCF Resource Agents supplied by # heartbeat. # # Copyright (c) 2004 SUSE LINUX AG, Lars Marowsky-Brée # All Rights Reserved. # # # This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public # License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either # version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU # Lesser General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public # License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA # # Build version: $Format:%H$ # TODO: Some of this should probably split out into a generic OCF # library for shell scripts, but for the time being, we'll just use it # ourselves... # # TODO wish-list: # - Generic function for evaluating version numbers # - Generic function(s) to extract stuff from our own meta-data # - Logging function which automatically adds resource identifier etc # prefixes # TODO: Move more common functionality for OCF RAs here. # # This was common throughout all legacy Heartbeat agents unset LC_ALL; export LC_ALL unset LANGUAGE; export LANGUAGE : ${HA_SBIN_DIR:=@sbindir@} __SCRIPT_NAME=`basename $0` if [ -z "$OCF_ROOT" ]; then : ${OCF_ROOT=@OCF_ROOT_DIR@} fi if [ "$OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR" = ${OCF_ROOT}/resource.d/heartbeat ]; then # old unset OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR fi : ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR:=${OCF_ROOT}/lib/heartbeat} . ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR}/ocf-binaries . ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR}/ocf-returncodes . ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR}/ocf-directories . ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR}/ocf-rarun . ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR}/ocf-distro # Define OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_interval in case it isn't already set, # to make sure that ocf_is_probe() always works : ${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_interval=0} ocf_is_root() { if [ X`id -u` = X0 ]; then true else false fi } ocf_maybe_random() { if test -c /dev/urandom; then od -An -N4 -tu4 /dev/urandom | tr -d '[:space:]' else awk -v pid=$$ 'BEGIN{srand(pid); print rand()}' | sed 's/^.*[.]//' fi } # Portability comments: # o The following rely on Bourne "sh" pattern-matching, which is usually # that for filename generation (note: not regexp). # o The "*) true ;;" clause is probably unnecessary, but is included # here for completeness. # o The negation in the pattern uses "!". This seems to be common # across many OSes (whereas the alternative "^" fails on some). # o If an OS is encountered where this negation fails, then a possible # alternative would be to replace the function contents by (e.g.): # [ -z "`echo $1 | tr -d '[0-9]'`" ] # ocf_is_decimal() { case "$1" in ""|*[!0-9]*) # empty, or at least one non-decimal false ;; *) true ;; esac } ocf_is_true() { case "$1" in yes|true|1|YES|TRUE|True|ja|on|ON) true ;; *) false ;; esac } ocf_is_hex() { case "$1" in ""|*[!0-9a-fA-F]*) # empty, or at least one non-hex false ;; *) true ;; esac } ocf_is_octal() { case "$1" in ""|*[!0-7]*) # empty, or at least one non-octal false ;; *) true ;; esac } __ocf_set_defaults() { __OCF_ACTION="$1" # Return to sanity for the agents... unset LANG LC_ALL=C export LC_ALL # TODO: Review whether we really should source this. Or rewrite # to match some emerging helper function syntax...? This imports # things which no OCF RA should be using... # Strip the OCF_RESKEY_ prefix from this particular parameter if [ -z "$OCF_RESKEY_OCF_CHECK_LEVEL" ]; then : ${OCF_CHECK_LEVEL:=0} else : ${OCF_CHECK_LEVEL:=$OCF_RESKEY_OCF_CHECK_LEVEL} fi if [ ! -d "$OCF_ROOT" ]; then ha_log "ERROR: OCF_ROOT points to non-directory $OCF_ROOT." exit $OCF_ERR_GENERIC fi if [ -z "$OCF_RESOURCE_TYPE" ]; then : ${OCF_RESOURCE_TYPE:=$__SCRIPT_NAME} fi if [ "x$__OCF_ACTION" = "xmeta-data" ]; then : ${OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE:="RESOURCE_ID"} fi if [ -z "$OCF_RA_VERSION_MAJOR" ]; then : We are being invoked as an init script. : Fill in some things with reasonable values. : ${OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE:="default"} return 0 fi if [ -z "$OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE" ]; then ha_log "ERROR: Need to tell us our resource instance name." exit $OCF_ERR_ARGS fi } hadate() { date "+${HA_DATEFMT}" } set_logtag() { if [ -z "$HA_LOGTAG" ]; then if [ -n "$OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE" ]; then HA_LOGTAG="$__SCRIPT_NAME($OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE)[$$]" else HA_LOGTAG="$__SCRIPT_NAME[$$]" fi fi } __ha_log() { local ignore_stderr=false local loglevel [ "x$1" = "x--ignore-stderr" ] && ignore_stderr=true && shift [ none = "$HA_LOGFACILITY" ] && HA_LOGFACILITY="" # if we're connected to a tty, then output to stderr if tty >/dev/null; then if [ "x$HA_debug" = "x0" -a "x$loglevel" = xdebug ] ; then return 0 elif [ "$ignore_stderr" = "true" ]; then # something already printed this error to stderr, so ignore return 0 fi if [ "$HA_LOGTAG" ]; then echo "$HA_LOGTAG: $*" else echo "$*" fi >&2 return 0 fi set_logtag if [ "x${HA_LOGD}" = "xyes" ] ; then ha_logger -t "${HA_LOGTAG}" "$@" if [ "$?" -eq "0" ] ; then return 0 fi fi if [ -n "$HA_LOGFACILITY" ] then : logging through syslog # loglevel is unknown, use 'notice' for now loglevel=notice case "${*}" in *ERROR*) loglevel=err;; *WARN*) loglevel=warning;; *INFO*|info) loglevel=info;; esac logger -t "$HA_LOGTAG" -p ${HA_LOGFACILITY}.${loglevel} "${*}" fi if [ -n "$HA_LOGFILE" ] then : appending to $HA_LOGFILE echo `hadate`" $HA_LOGTAG: ${*}" >> $HA_LOGFILE fi if [ -z "$HA_LOGFACILITY" -a -z "$HA_LOGFILE" ] && ! [ "$ignore_stderr" = "true" ] then : appending to stderr echo `hadate`"${*}" >&2 fi if [ -n "$HA_DEBUGLOG" ] then : appending to $HA_DEBUGLOG if [ "$HA_LOGFILE"x != "$HA_DEBUGLOG"x ]; then echo "$HA_LOGTAG: "`hadate`"${*}" >> $HA_DEBUGLOG fi fi } ha_log() { __ha_log "$@" } ha_debug() { if [ "x${HA_debug}" = "x0" ] || [ -z "${HA_debug}" ] ; then return 0 fi if tty >/dev/null; then if [ "$HA_LOGTAG" ]; then echo "$HA_LOGTAG: $*" else echo "$*" fi >&2 return 0 fi set_logtag if [ "x${HA_LOGD}" = "xyes" ] ; then ha_logger -t "${HA_LOGTAG}" -D "ha-debug" "$@" if [ "$?" -eq "0" ] ; then return 0 fi fi [ none = "$HA_LOGFACILITY" ] && HA_LOGFACILITY="" if [ -n "$HA_LOGFACILITY" ] then : logging through syslog logger -t "$HA_LOGTAG" -p "${HA_LOGFACILITY}.debug" "${*}" fi if [ -n "$HA_DEBUGLOG" ] then : appending to $HA_DEBUGLOG echo "$HA_LOGTAG: "`hadate`"${*}" >> $HA_DEBUGLOG fi if [ -z "$HA_LOGFACILITY" -a -z "$HA_DEBUGLOG" ] then : appending to stderr echo "$HA_LOGTAG: `hadate`${*}: ${HA_LOGFACILITY}" >&2 fi } ha_parameter() { local VALUE VALUE=`sed -e 's%[ ][ ]*% %' -e 's%^ %%' -e 's%#.*%%' $HA_CF | grep -i "^$1 " | sed 's%[^ ]* %%'` if [ "X$VALUE" = X ] then case $1 in keepalive) VALUE=2;; deadtime) ka=`ha_parameter keepalive` VALUE=`expr $ka '*' 2 '+' 1`;; esac fi echo $VALUE } ocf_log() { # TODO: Revisit and implement internally. if [ $# -lt 2 ] then ocf_log err "Not enough arguments [$#] to ocf_log." fi __OCF_PRIO="$1" shift __OCF_MSG="$*" case "${__OCF_PRIO}" in crit) __OCF_PRIO="CRIT";; err) __OCF_PRIO="ERROR";; warn) __OCF_PRIO="WARNING";; info) __OCF_PRIO="INFO";; debug)__OCF_PRIO="DEBUG";; *) __OCF_PRIO=`echo ${__OCF_PRIO}| tr '[a-z]' '[A-Z]'`;; esac if [ "${__OCF_PRIO}" = "DEBUG" ]; then ha_debug "${__OCF_PRIO}: $__OCF_MSG" else ha_log "${__OCF_PRIO}: $__OCF_MSG" fi } # # ocf_exit_reason: print exit error string to stderr # Usage: Allows the OCF script to provide a string # describing why the exit code was returned. # Arguments: reason - required, The string that represents why the error # occured. # ocf_exit_reason() { local cookie="$OCF_EXIT_REASON_PREFIX" local fmt local msg # No argument is likely not intentional. # Just one argument implies a printf format string of just "%s". # "Least surprise" in case some interpolated string from variable # expansion or other contains a percent sign. # More than one argument: first argument is going to be the format string. case $# in 0) ocf_log err "Not enough arguments to ocf_log_exit_msg." ;; 1) fmt="%s" ;; *) fmt=$1 shift case $fmt in *%*) : ;; # ok, does look like a format string *) ocf_log warn "Does not look like format string: [$fmt]" ;; esac ;; esac if [ -z "$cookie" ]; then # use a default prefix cookie="ocf-exit-reason:" fi msg=$(printf "${fmt}" "$@") printf >&2 "%s%s\n" "$cookie" "$msg" __ha_log --ignore-stderr "ERROR: $msg" } # # ocf_deprecated: Log a deprecation warning # Usage: ocf_deprecated [param-name] # Arguments: param-name optional, name of a boolean resource # parameter that can be used to suppress # the warning (default # "ignore_deprecation") ocf_deprecated() { local param param=${1:-ignore_deprecation} # don't use ${!param} here, it's a bashism if ! ocf_is_true $(eval echo \$OCF_RESKEY_$param); then ocf_log warn "This resource agent is deprecated" \ "and may be removed in a future release." \ "See the man page for details." \ "To suppress this warning, set the \"${param}\"" \ "resource parameter to true." fi } # # Ocf_run: Run a script, and log its output. # Usage: ocf_run [-q] [-info|-warn|-err] # -q: don't log the output of the command if it succeeds # -info|-warn|-err: log the output of the command at given # severity if it fails (defaults to err) # ocf_run() { local rc local output local verbose=1 local loglevel=err local var for var in 1 2 do case "$1" in "-q") verbose="" shift 1;; "-info"|"-warn"|"-err") loglevel=`echo $1 | sed -e s/-//g` shift 1;; *) ;; esac done output=`"$@" 2>&1` rc=$? [ -n "$output" ] && output="$(echo "$output" | tr -s ' \t\r\n' ' ')" if [ $rc -eq 0 ]; then if [ "$verbose" -a ! -z "$output" ]; then ocf_log info "$output" fi else if [ ! -z "$output" ]; then ocf_log $loglevel "$output" else ocf_log $loglevel "command failed: $*" fi fi return $rc } ocf_pidfile_status() { local pid pidfile=$1 if [ ! -e $pidfile ]; then # Not exists return 2 fi pid=`cat $pidfile` kill -0 $pid > /dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? = 0 ]; then return 0 fi # Stale return 1 } # mkdir(1) based locking # first the directory is created with the name given as $1 # then a file named "pid" is created within that directory with # the process PID # stale locks are handled carefully, the inode of a directory # needs to match before and after test if the process is running # empty directories are also handled appropriately # we relax (sleep) occasionally to allow for other processes to # finish managing the lock in case they are in the middle of the # business relax() { sleep 0.5; } ocf_get_stale_pid() { local piddir pid dir_inode piddir="$1" [ -z "$piddir" ] && return 2 dir_inode="`ls -di $piddir 2>/dev/null`" [ -z "$dir_inode" ] && return 1 pid=`cat $piddir/pid 2>/dev/null` if [ -z "$pid" ]; then # empty directory? relax if [ "$dir_inode" = "`ls -di $piddir 2>/dev/null`" ]; then echo $dir_inode else return 1 fi elif kill -0 $pid >/dev/null 2>&1; then return 1 elif relax && [ -e "$piddir/pid" ] && [ "$dir_inode" = "`ls -di $piddir 2>/dev/null`" ]; then echo $pid else return 1 fi } # There is a race when the following two functions to manage the # lock file (mk and rm) are invoked in parallel by different # instances. It is up to the caller to reduce probability of that # taking place (see ocf_take_lock() below). ocf_mk_pid() { mkdir $1 2>/dev/null && echo $$ > $1/pid } ocf_rm_pid() { rm -f $1/pid rmdir $1 2>/dev/null } # Testing and subsequently removing a stale lock (containing the # process pid) is inherently difficult to do in such a way as to # prevent a race between creating a pid file and removing it and # its directory. We reduce the probability of that happening by # checking if the stale lock persists over a random period of # time. ocf_take_lock() { local lockdir=$1 local rnd local stale_pid # we don't want it too short, so strip leading zeros rnd=$(ocf_maybe_random | sed 's/^0*//') stale_pid=`ocf_get_stale_pid $lockdir` if [ -n "$stale_pid" ]; then sleep 0.$rnd # remove "stale pid" only if it persists [ "$stale_pid" = "`ocf_get_stale_pid $lockdir`" ] && ocf_rm_pid $lockdir fi while ! ocf_mk_pid $lockdir; do ocf_log info "Sleeping until $lockdir is released..." sleep 0.$rnd done } ocf_release_lock_on_exit() { trap "ocf_rm_pid $1" EXIT } # returns true if the CRM is currently running a probe. A probe is # defined as a monitor operation with a monitoring interval of zero. ocf_is_probe() { [ "$__OCF_ACTION" = "monitor" -a "$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_interval" = 0 ] } # returns true if the resource is configured as a clone. This is # defined as a resource where the clone-max meta attribute is present. ocf_is_clone() { [ ! -z "${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_clone_max}" ] } # returns true if the resource is configured as a multistate # (master/slave) resource. This is defined as a resource where the # master-max meta attribute is present, and set to greater than zero. ocf_is_ms() { [ "${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_promotable}" = "true" ] || { [ ! -z "${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_master_max}" ] && [ "${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_master_max}" -gt 0 ]; } } # version check functions # allow . and - to delimit version numbers # max version number is 999 # ocf_is_ver() { echo $1 | grep '^[0-9][0-9.-]*[0-9A-Za-z.\+-]*$' >/dev/null 2>&1 } # usage: ocf_version_cmp VER1 VER2 # version strings can contain digits, dots, and dashes # must start and end with a digit # returns: # 0: VER1 smaller (older) than VER2 # 1: versions equal # 2: VER1 greater (newer) than VER2 # 3: bad format ocf_version_cmp() { ocf_is_ver "$1" || return 3 ocf_is_ver "$2" || return 3 local v1=$1 local v2=$2 sort_version="sort -t. -k 1,1n -k 2,2n -k 3,3n -k 4,4n" older=$( (echo "$v1"; echo "$v2") | $sort_version | head -1 ) if [ "$v1" = "$v2" ]; then return 1 elif [ "$v1" = "$older" ]; then return 0 else return 2 # -1 would look funny in shell ;-) fi } ocf_local_nodename() { # use crm_node -n for pacemaker > 1.1.8 which pacemakerd > /dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then local version=$(pacemakerd -$ | grep "Pacemaker .*" | awk '{ print $2 }') version=$(echo $version | awk -F- '{ print $1 }') ocf_version_cmp "$version" "1.1.8" if [ $? -eq 2 ]; then which crm_node > /dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then crm_node -n return fi fi fi # otherwise use uname -n uname -n } # usage: dirname DIR dirname() { local a local b [ $# = 1 ] || return 1 a="$1" while [ 1 ]; do b="${a%/}" [ "$a" = "$b" ] && break a="$b" done b=${a%/*} [ -z "$b" -o "$a" = "$b" ] && b="." echo "$b" return 0 } # usage: systemd_is_running # returns: # 0 PID 1 is systemd # 1 otherwise systemd_is_running() { [ "$(cat /proc/1/comm 2>/dev/null)" = "systemd" ] } # usage: systemd_drop_in systemd_drop_in() { local conf_file if [ $# -ne 3 ]; then ocf_log err "Incorrect number of arguments [$#] for systemd_drop_in." fi systemdrundir="/run/systemd/system/resource-agents-deps.target.d" mkdir -p "$systemdrundir" conf_file="$systemdrundir/$1.conf" cat >"$conf_file" < crm_mon_no_validation() { # The subshell prevents parsing error with incompatible shells "$SHELL" -c "CIB_file=<(${HA_SBIN_DIR}/cibadmin -Q | sed 's/validate-with=\"[^\"]*\"/validate-with=\"none\"/') \ ${HA_SBIN_DIR}/crm_mon \$*" -- $* } # # pseudo_resource status tracking function... # # This allows pseudo resources to give correct status information. As we add # resource monitoring, and better resource tracking in general, this will # become essential. # # These scripts work because ${HA_RSCTMP} is cleaned on node reboot. # # We create "resource-string" tracking files under ${HA_RSCTMP} in a # very simple way: # # Existence of "${HA_RSCTMP}/resource-string" means that we consider # the resource named by "resource-string" to be running. # # Note that "resource-string" needs to be unique. Using the resource type # plus the resource instance arguments to make up the resource string # is probably sufficient... # # usage: ha_pseudo_resource resource-string op [tracking_file] # where op is {start|stop|monitor|status|restart|reload|print} # print is a special op which just prints the tracking file location # user can override our choice of the tracking file location by # specifying it as the third arg # Note that all operations are silent... # ha_pseudo_resource() { local ha_resource_tracking_file="${3:-${HA_RSCTMP}/$1}" case $2 in start|restart|reload) touch "$ha_resource_tracking_file";; stop) rm -f "$ha_resource_tracking_file";; status|monitor) if [ -f "$ha_resource_tracking_file" ] then return 0 else case $2 in status) return 3;; *) return 7;; esac fi;; print) echo "$ha_resource_tracking_file";; *) return 3;; esac } # usage: rmtempdir TMPDIR rmtempdir() { [ $# = 1 ] || return 1 if [ -e "$1" ]; then rmdir "$1" || return 1 fi return 0 } # usage: maketempfile [-d] maketempfile() { if [ $# = 1 -a "$1" = "-d" ]; then mktemp -d return 0 elif [ $# != 0 ]; then return 1 fi mktemp return 0 } # usage: rmtempfile TMPFILE rmtempfile () { [ $# = 1 ] || return 1 if [ -e "$1" ]; then rm "$1" || return 1 fi return 0 } # echo the first lower supported check level # pass set of levels supported by the agent # (in increasing order, 0 is optional) ocf_check_level() { local lvl prev lvl=0 prev=0 if ocf_is_decimal "$OCF_CHECK_LEVEL"; then # the level list should be very short for lvl; do if [ "$lvl" -eq "$OCF_CHECK_LEVEL" ]; then break elif [ "$lvl" -gt "$OCF_CHECK_LEVEL" ]; then lvl=$prev # the previous one break fi prev=$lvl done fi echo $lvl } # usage: ocf_stop_processes SIGNALS WAIT_TIME PIDS # # we send signals (use quotes for more than one!) in the order # given; if one or more processes are still running we try KILL; # the wait_time is the _total_ time we'll spend in this function # this time may be slightly exceeded if the processes won't leave # # returns: # 0: all processes left # 1: some processes still running # # example: # # ocf_stop_processes TERM 5 $pids # ocf_stop_processes() { local signals="$1" local wait_time="$(($2/`echo $signals|wc -w`))" shift 2 local pids="$*" local sig i test -z "$pids" && return 0 for sig in $signals KILL; do kill -s $sig $pids 2>/dev/null # try to leave early, and yet leave processes time to exit sleep 0.2 for i in `seq $wait_time`; do kill -s 0 $pids 2>/dev/null || return 0 sleep 1 done done return 1 } # # create a given status directory # if the directory path doesn't start with $HA_VARRUN, then # we return with error (most of the calls would be with the user # supplied configuration, hence we need to do necessary # protection) # used mostly for PID files # # usage: ocf_mkstatedir owner permissions path # # owner: user.group # permissions: permissions # path: directory path # # example: # ocf_mkstatedir named 755 `dirname $pidfile` # ocf_mkstatedir() { local owner local perms local path owner=$1 perms=$2 path=$3 test -d $path && return 0 [ $(id -u) = 0 ] || return 1 case $path in ${HA_VARRUN%/}/*) : this path is ok ;; *) ocf_log err "cannot create $path (does not start with $HA_VARRUN)" return 1 ;; esac mkdir -p $path && chown $owner $path && chmod $perms $path } # # create a unique status directory in $HA_VARRUN # used mostly for PID files # the directory is by default set to # $HA_VARRUN/$OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE # the directory name is printed to stdout # # usage: ocf_unique_rundir owner permissions name # # owner: user.group (default: "root") # permissions: permissions (default: "755") # name: some unique string (default: "$OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE") # # to use the default either don't set the parameter or set it to # empty string ("") # example: # # STATEDIR=`ocf_unique_rundir named "" myownstatedir` # ocf_unique_rundir() { local path local owner local perms local name owner=${1:-"root"} perms=${2:-"755"} name=${3:-"$OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE"} path=$HA_VARRUN/$name if [ ! -d $path ]; then [ $(id -u) = 0 ] || return 1 mkdir -p $path && chown $owner $path && chmod $perms $path || return 1 fi echo $path } # # RA tracing may be turned on by setting OCF_TRACE_RA # the trace output will be saved to OCF_TRACE_FILE, if set, or # by default to # $HA_VARLIB/trace_ra//.. # e.g. $HA_VARLIB/trace_ra/oracle/db.start.2012-11-27.08:37:08 # # OCF_TRACE_FILE: # - FD (small integer [3-9]) in that case it is up to the callers # to capture output; the FD _must_ be open for writing # - absolute path # # NB: FD 9 may be used for tracing with bash >= v4 in case # OCF_TRACE_FILE is set to a path. # ocf_bash_has_xtracefd() { [ -n "$BASH_VERSION" ] && [ ${BASH_VERSINFO[0]} -ge 4 ] } # for backwards compatibility ocf_is_bash4() { ocf_bash_has_xtracefd } ocf_trace_redirect_to_file() { local dest=$1 if ocf_bash_has_xtracefd; then exec 9>$dest BASH_XTRACEFD=9 else exec 2>$dest fi } ocf_trace_redirect_to_fd() { local fd=$1 if ocf_bash_has_xtracefd; then BASH_XTRACEFD=$fd else exec 2>&$fd fi } __ocf_test_trc_dest() { local dest=$1 if ! touch $dest; then ocf_log warn "$dest not writable, trace not going to happen" __OCF_TRC_DEST="" __OCF_TRC_MANAGE="" return 1 fi return 0 } ocf_default_trace_dest() { tty >/dev/null && return if [ -n "$OCF_RESOURCE_TYPE" -a \ -n "$OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE" -a -n "$__OCF_ACTION" ]; then local ts=`date +%F.%T` __OCF_TRC_DEST=$HA_VARLIB/trace_ra/${OCF_RESOURCE_TYPE}/${OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE}.${__OCF_ACTION}.$ts __OCF_TRC_MANAGE="1" fi } ocf_start_trace() { export __OCF_TRC_DEST="" __OCF_TRC_MANAGE="" case "$OCF_TRACE_FILE" in [3-9]) ocf_trace_redirect_to_fd "$OCF_TRACE_FILE" ;; /*/*) __OCF_TRC_DEST=$OCF_TRACE_FILE ;; "") ocf_default_trace_dest ;; *) ocf_log warn "OCF_TRACE_FILE must be set to either FD (open for writing) or absolute file path" ocf_default_trace_dest ;; esac if [ "$__OCF_TRC_DEST" ]; then mkdir -p `dirname $__OCF_TRC_DEST` __ocf_test_trc_dest $__OCF_TRC_DEST || return ocf_trace_redirect_to_file "$__OCF_TRC_DEST" fi if [ -n "$BASH_VERSION" ]; then PS4='+ `date +"%T"`: ${FUNCNAME[0]:+${FUNCNAME[0]}:}${LINENO}: ' fi set -x env=$( echo; printenv | sort ) } ocf_stop_trace() { set +x } # Helper functions to map from nodename/bundle-name and physical hostname # list_index_for_word "node0 node1 node2 node3 node4 node5" node4 --> 5 # list_word_at_index "NA host1 host2 host3 host4 host5" 3 --> host2 # list_index_for_word "node1 node2 node3 node4 node5" node7 --> "" # list_word_at_index "host1 host2 host3 host4 host5" 8 --> "" # attribute_target node1 --> host1 list_index_for_word() { echo $1 | tr ' ' '\n' | awk -v x="$2" '$0~x {print NR}' } list_word_at_index() { echo $1 | tr ' ' '\n' | awk -v n="$2" 'n == NR' } ocf_attribute_target() { if [ x$1 = x ]; then if [ x$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_container_attribute_target = xhost -a x$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_physical_host != x ]; then echo $OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_physical_host else if [ x$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_on_node != x ]; then echo $OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_on_node else ocf_local_nodename fi fi return elif [ x"$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_notify_all_uname" != x ]; then index=$(list_index_for_word "$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_notify_all_uname" $1) mapping="" if [ x$index != x ]; then mapping=$(list_word_at_index "$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_notify_all_hosts" $index) fi if [ x$mapping != x -a x$mapping != xNA ]; then echo $mapping return fi fi echo $1 } __ocf_set_defaults "$@" : ${OCF_TRACE_RA:=$OCF_RESKEY_trace_ra} ocf_is_true "$OCF_TRACE_RA" && ocf_start_trace # pacemaker sets HA_use_logd, some others use HA_LOGD :/ if ocf_is_true "$HA_use_logd"; then : ${HA_LOGD:=yes} fi