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#!/bin/bash
# Copyright (C) 2018 Oracle. All Rights Reserved.
#
# Author: Darrick J. Wong <darrick.wong@oracle.com>
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
# as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
# of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it would be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write the Free Software Foundation,
# Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
scrub_all=0
conffile="@root_sysconfdir@/e2scrub.conf"
test -f "${conffile}" && . "${conffile}"
scrub_args=""
print_help() {
echo "Usage: $0 [OPTIONS]"
echo " -A: Scrub all ext[234] filesystems even if not mounted."
echo " -r: Remove e2scrub snapshots."
echo " -V: Print version information and exit."
}
print_version() {
echo "e2scrub_all @E2FSPROGS_VERSION@ (@E2FSPROGS_DATE@)"
}
exitcode() {
ret="$1"
# If we're being run as a service, the return code must fit the LSB
# init script action error guidelines, which is to say that we
# compress all errors to 1 ("generic or unspecified error", LSB 5.0
# section 22.2) and hope the admin will scan the log for what
# actually happened.
# We have to sleep 2 seconds here because journald uses the pid to
# connect our log messages to the systemd service. This is critical
# for capturing all the log messages if the scrub fails, because the
# fail service uses the service name to gather log messages for the
# error report.
if [ -n "${SERVICE_MODE}" ]; then
test "${ret}" -ne 0 && ret=1
sleep 2
fi
exit "${ret}"
}
while getopts "ArV" opt; do
case "${opt}" in
"A") scrub_all=1;;
"r") scrub_args="${scrub_args} -r";;
"V") print_version; exitcode 0;;
*) print_help; exitcode 2;;
esac
done
shift "$((OPTIND - 1))"
# Find scrub targets, make sure we only do this once.
ls_scrub_targets() {
lsblk -o NAME,FSTYPE,MOUNTPOINT -p -P -n | while read vars; do
eval "${vars}"
# Skip non-ext[234]
case "${FSTYPE}" in
ext[234]) ;;
*) continue;;
esac
# Skip unmounted filesystems unless -A
if [ "${scrub_all}" -eq 0 ] && [ -z "${MOUNTPOINT}" ]; then
continue;
fi
# Skip non-lvm devices and lvm snapshots
lvm_vars="$(lvs --nameprefixes -o vg_name,lv_name,lv_role --noheadings "${NAME}" 2> /dev/null)"
test $? -ne 0 && continue
eval "${lvm_vars}"
echo "${LVM2_LV_ROLE}" | grep -q "snapshot" && continue
if [ -n "${MOUNTPOINT}" ]; then
echo "${MOUNTPOINT}"
else
echo "${NAME}"
fi
done | sort | uniq
}
# systemd doesn't know to do path escaping on the instance variable we pass
# to the e2scrub service, which breaks things if there is a dash in the path
# name. Therefore, do the path escaping ourselves if needed.
#
# systemd path escaping also drops the initial slash so we add that back in so
# that log messages from the service units preserve the full path and users can
# look up log messages using full paths. However, for "/" the escaping rules
# do /not/ drop the initial slash, so we have to special-case that here.
escape_path_for_systemd() {
local path="$1"
if [ "${path}" != "/" ]; then
echo "-$(systemd-escape --path "${path}")"
else
echo "-"
fi
}
# Scrub any mounted fs on lvm by creating a snapshot and fscking that.
stdin="$(realpath /dev/stdin)"
ls_scrub_targets | while read tgt; do
# If we're not reaping and systemd is present, try invoking the
# systemd service.
if [ -z "${scrub_args}" ] && type systemctl > /dev/null 2>&1; then
tgt_esc="$(escape_path_for_systemd "${tgt}")"
${DBG} systemctl start "e2scrub@${tgt_esc}" 2> /dev/null < "${stdin}"
res=$?
if [ "${res}" -eq 0 ] || [ "${res}" -eq 1 ]; then
continue;
fi
fi
# Otherwise use direct invocation
${DBG} "@root_sbindir@/e2scrub" ${scrub_args} "${tgt}" < "${stdin}"
done
exitcode 0