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##/bin/bash
#
# Copyright (c) 2000-2001 Silicon Graphics, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
#
# 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.
#
# 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
#
#
# standard filters
#
# Checks that given_value is in range of correct_value +/- tolerance.
# Tolerance can be an absolute value or a percentage of the correct value
# (see examples with tolerances below).
# Outputs suitable message to stdout if it's not in range.
#
# A verbose option, -v, may be used as the LAST argument
#
# e.g.
# foo: 0.0298 = 0.03 +/- 5%
# _within_tolerance "foo" 0.0298 0.03 5%
#
# foo: 0.0298 = 0.03 +/- 0.01
# _within_tolerance "foo" 0.0298 0.03 0.01
#
# foo: 0.0298 = 0.03 -0.01 +0.002
# _within_tolerance "foo" 0.0298 0.03 0.01 0.002
#
# foo: verbose output of 0.0298 = 0.03 +/- 5%
# _within_tolerance "foo" 0.0298 0.03 5% -v
_within_tolerance()
{
_name=$1
_given_val=$2
_correct_val=$3
_mintol=$4
_maxtol=$_mintol
_verbose=0
_debug=false
# maxtol arg is optional
# verbose arg is optional
if [ $# -ge 5 ]
then
if [ "$5" = "-v" ]
then
_verbose=1
else
_maxtol=$5
fi
fi
if [ $# -ge 6 ]
then
[ "$6" = "-v" ] && _verbose=1
fi
# find min with or without %
_mintolerance=`echo $_mintol | sed -e 's/%//'`
if [ $_mintol = $_mintolerance ]
then
_min=`echo "scale=5; $_correct_val-$_mintolerance" | bc`
else
_min=`echo "scale=5; $_correct_val-$_mintolerance*0.01*$_correct_val" | bc`
fi
# find max with or without %
_maxtolerance=`echo $_maxtol | sed -e 's/%//'`
if [ $_maxtol = $_maxtolerance ]
then
_max=`echo "scale=5; $_correct_val+$_maxtolerance" | bc`
else
_max=`echo "scale=5; $_correct_val+$_maxtolerance*0.01*$_correct_val" | bc`
fi
$_debug && echo "min = $_min"
$_debug && echo "max = $_max"
cat <<EOF >$tmp.bc.1
scale=5;
if ($_min <= $_given_val) 1;
if ($_min > $_given_val) 0;
EOF
cat <<EOF >$tmp.bc.2
scale=5;
if ($_given_val <= $_max) 1;
if ($_given_val > $_max) 0;
EOF
_above_min=`bc <$tmp.bc.1`
_below_max=`bc <$tmp.bc.2`
rm -f $tmp.bc.[12]
_in_range=`expr $_above_min \& $_below_max`
# fix up min, max precision for output
# can vary for 5.3, 6.2
# remove any trailing zeroes from min, max if they have fractional parts
_min=`echo $_min | sed -e '/\./s/0*$//' -e 's/\.$//'`
_max=`echo $_max | sed -e '/\./s/0*$//' -e 's/\.$//'`
if [ $_in_range -eq 1 ]
then
[ $_verbose -eq 1 ] && echo $_name is in range
return 0
else
[ $_verbose -eq 1 ] && echo $_name has value of $_given_val
[ $_verbose -eq 1 ] && echo $_name is NOT in range $_min .. $_max
return 1
fi
}
# ctime(3) dates
#
_filter_date()
{
sed \
-e 's/[A-Z][a-z][a-z] [A-z][a-z][a-z] *[0-9][0-9]* [0-9][0-9]:[0-9][0-9]:[0-9][0-9] [0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]$/DATE/'
}
# prints filtered output on stdout, values (use eval) on stderr
# Non XFS filesystems always return a 4k block size and a 256 byte inode.
_filter_mkfs()
{
case $FSTYP in
xfs)
;;
*)
cat - >/dev/null
perl -e 'print STDERR "dbsize=4096\nisize=256\n"'
return ;;
esac
echo "_fs_has_crcs=0" >&2
set -
perl -ne '
if (/^meta-data=([\w,|\/.-]+)\s+isize=(\d+)\s+agcount=(\d+), agsize=(\d+) blks/) {
print STDERR "ddev=$1\nisize=$2\nagcount=$3\nagsize=$4\n";
print STDOUT "meta-data=DDEV isize=XXX agcount=N, agsize=XXX blks\n";
}
if (/^\s+=\s+sectsz=(\d+)\s+attr=(\d+)/) {
print STDERR "sectsz=$1\nattr=$2\n";
}
if (/^\s+=\s+crc=(\d)/) {
print STDERR "_fs_has_crcs=$1\n";
}
if (/^data\s+=\s+bsize=(\d+)\s+blocks=(\d+), imaxpct=(\d+)/) {
print STDERR "dbsize=$1\ndblocks=$2\nimaxpct=$3\n";
print STDOUT "data = bsize=XXX blocks=XXX, imaxpct=PCT\n";
}
if (/^\s+=\s+sunit=(\d+)\s+swidth=(\d+) blks/) {
print STDERR "sunit=$1\nswidth=$2\nunwritten=1\n";
print STDOUT " = sunit=XXX swidth=XXX, unwritten=X\n";
}
if (/^naming\s+=version\s+(\d+)\s+bsize=(\d+)/) {
print STDERR "dirversion=$1\ndirbsize=$2\n";
print STDOUT "naming =VERN bsize=XXX\n";
}
if (/^log\s+=(internal log|[\w|\/.-]+)\s+bsize=(\d+)\s+blocks=(\d+),\s+version=(\d+)/ ||
/^log\s+=(internal log|[\w|\/.-]+)\s+bsize=(\d+)\s+blocks=(\d+)/) {
print STDERR "ldev=\"$1\"\nlbsize=$2\nlblocks=$3\nlversion=$4\n";
print STDOUT "log =LDEV bsize=XXX blocks=XXX\n";
}
if (/^\s+=\s+sectsz=(\d+)\s+sunit=(\d+) blks/) {
print STDERR "logsectsz=$1\nlogsunit=$2\n\n";
}
if (/^realtime\s+=([\w|\/.-]+)\s+extsz=(\d+)\s+blocks=(\d+), rtextents=(\d+)/) {
print STDERR "rtdev=$1\nrtextsz=$2\nrtblocks=$3\nrtextents=$4\n";
print STDOUT "realtime =RDEV extsz=XXX blocks=XXX, rtextents=XXX\n";
}'
}
# prints the bits we care about in growfs
#
_filter_growfs()
{
perl -ne '
if (/^data\s+=\s+bsize=(\d+)\s+blocks=(\d+), imaxpct=(\d+)/) {
print "xfs_growfs --BlockSize=$1 --Blocks=$2\n";
}
elsif (/^data/) {
print;
}'
}
_filter_dd()
{
$AWK_PROG '
/records in/ { next }
/records out/ { next }
/No space left on device/ { print " !!! disk full (expected)"
next }
{ print " *** " $0 }
'
}
common_line_filter()
{
perl -ne 'if (/.*:(.*)/) {
if ( "$last_line" ne "$1" ) { print "$_"; $first_match=1; }
elsif ( $first_match==1 ) { print "*\n"; $first_match=0; }
$last_line="$1";
}
else {
print $_; $last_line=$_;
}'
}
_filter_xfs_io()
{
# Apart from standard numeric values, we also filter out 'inf' and 'nan'
# which can result from division in some cases
sed -e "s/[0-9/.]* [GMKiBbytes]*, [0-9]* ops\; [0-9/:. sec]* ([infa0-9/.]* [EPGMKiBbytes]*\/sec and [infa0-9/.]* ops\/sec)/XXX Bytes, X ops\; XX:XX:XX.X (XXX YYY\/sec and XXX ops\/sec)/"
}
# stderr filter for xfs_io to handle change of error output format (e.g.
# pwrite64 -> pwrite).
_filter_xfs_io_error()
{
sed -e "s/^\(.*\)64\(: .*$\)/\1\2/"
}
_filter_xfs_io_unique()
{
common_line_filter | _filter_xfs_io
}
_filter_xfs_io_units_modified()
{
UNIT=$1
UNIT_SIZE=$2
$AWK_PROG -v unit="$UNIT" -v unit_size=$UNIT_SIZE '
/wrote/ {
split($2, bytes, "/")
bytes_written = strtonum(bytes[1])
offset = strtonum($NF)
unit_start = offset / unit_size
unit_start = int(unit_start)
unit_end = (offset + bytes_written - 1) / unit_size
unit_end = int(unit_end)
printf("%ss modified: [%d - %d]\n", unit, unit_start, unit_end)
next
}
'
}
_filter_xfs_io_blocks_modified()
{
BLOCK_SIZE=$(_get_block_size $SCRATCH_MNT)
_filter_xfs_io_units_modified "Block" $BLOCK_SIZE
}
_filter_xfs_io_pages_modified()
{
PAGE_SIZE=$(get_page_size)
_filter_xfs_io_units_modified "Page" $PAGE_SIZE
}
_filter_test_dir()
{
# TEST_DEV may be a prefix of TEST_DIR (e.g. /mnt, /mnt/ovl-mnt)
# so substitute TEST_DIR first
sed -e "s,\B$TEST_DIR,TEST_DIR,g" \
-e "s,\B$TEST_DEV,TEST_DEV,g"
}
_filter_scratch()
{
# SCRATCH_DEV may be a prefix of SCRATCH_MNT (e.g. /mnt, /mnt/ovl-mnt)
# so substitute SCRATCH_MNT first
sed -e "s,\B$SCRATCH_MNT,SCRATCH_MNT,g" \
-e "s,\B$SCRATCH_DEV,SCRATCH_DEV,g" \
-e "/.use_space/d"
}
# Turn any device in the scratch pool into SCRATCH_DEV
_filter_scratch_pool()
{
FILTER_STRINGS=`echo $SCRATCH_DEV_POOL | sed -e 's/\s\+/\\\|/g'`
sed -e "s,$FILTER_STRINGS,SCRATCH_DEV,g"
}
_filter_spaces()
{
sed -e "s/\s\+/ /g"
}
_filter_quota()
{
# Long dev name might be split onto its own line; last
# seds remove that newline if present
_filter_scratch | _filter_test_dir | _filter_spaces | \
sed -e 'N;s/SCRATCH_DEV\n/SCRATCH_DEV/g' | \
sed -e 'N;s/TEST_DEV\n/TEST_DEV/g'
}
_filter_project_quota()
{
# Project ID 0 is always present on disk but was not reported
# until the GETNEXTQUOTA ioctl came into use. Filter it out.
# But if you specify a name for ID 0, that means you want to
# deal with it by yourself, this function won't filter it out.
_filter_quota | grep -v "^\#0 \|^(null) "
}
# Account for different "ln" failure messages
_filter_ln()
{
sed -e "s,\(creating symbolic link .*\) to .*: ,\1: ," \
-e "s,failed to create,creating,"
}
# If given an arg, filter *that* UUID string
# Otherwise look for something that looks like a generic UUID
_filter_uuid()
{
if [ ! -z $1 ]; then
UUID=$1
sed -e "s/\(uuid[ :=]\+\) $UUID/\1 <EXACTUUID>/i"
else
sed -e "s/\(uuid[ :=]\+\) [0-9a-f-][0-9a-f-]*/\1 <UUID>/ig"
fi
}
# In mixed group the added disks may have zero used size
_filter_zero_size()
{
sed -e "s/0\.00/<SIZE>/g"
}
# Filter out sizes like 6.14MB etc
_filter_size()
{
sed -e "s/[0-9\.]\+\s\?[b|k|m|g|t][i]\?[b]\?/<SIZE>/ig"
}
# Convert string read from stdin like 128K to bytes and print it to stdout
_filter_size_to_bytes()
{
read size
suffix=${size:${#size}-1}
mul=1
case $suffix in
k|K) mul=1024 ;;
m|M) mul=$((1024*1024)) ;;
g|G) mul=$((1024*1024*1024)) ;;
t|T) mul=$((1024*1024*1024*1024)) ;;
esac
echo $((${size:0:${#size}-1}*$mul))
}
# Print trimmed bytes of fstrim
# Starting from util-linux v2.23 fstrim usees human readable sizes in
# verbose output
_filter_fstrim()
{
egrep -o "[0-9]+ bytes" | $AWK_PROG '{print $1}'
}
# Older mount output referred to "block device" when mounting RO devices
# It's gone in newer versions
_filter_ro_mount() {
sed -e "s/mount: block device/mount:/g" \
-e "s/mount: cannot mount block device/mount: cannot mount/g"
}
_filter_od()
{
BLOCK_SIZE=$(_get_block_size $SCRATCH_MNT)
$AWK_PROG -v block_size=$BLOCK_SIZE '
/^[0-9]+/ {
offset = strtonum("0"$1);
$1 = sprintf("%o", offset / block_size);
print $0;
}
/\*/
'
}
# Remove quotes from failed mknod calls. Starting with Coreutils v8.25,
# mknod errors print unquoted filenames
_filter_mknod()
{
sed -e "s/mknod: [\`']\(.*\)': File exists/mknod: \1: File exists/"
}
_filter_lostfound()
{
sed -e '/^lost+found$/d'
}
_filter_ovl_dirs()
{
sed -e "s,$OVL_LOWER,OVL_LOWER,g" \
-e "s,$OVL_UPPER,OVL_UPPER,g" \
-e "s,$OVL_WORK,OVL_WORK,g"
}
# make sure this script returns success
/bin/true