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authorDenys Vlasenko <vda.linux@googlemail.com>2009-11-09 10:04:54 (GMT)
committer Denys Vlasenko <vda.linux@googlemail.com>2009-11-09 10:04:54 (GMT)
commit002bdc3e2af27279323d900e5a74607d42724c62 (patch)
tree26c8e2709f74398080a37ca19d0bb0d5641d180a
parent391dd92ce218dea9a015e6b06f95403772876ac9 (diff)
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tweak service examples a bit (less verbose comment in dhcp_if)
Signed-off-by: Denys Vlasenko <vda.linux@googlemail.com>
-rwxr-xr-xexamples/var_service/dhcp_if/dhcp_handler62
-rwxr-xr-xexamples/var_service/ifplugd_if/run9
2 files changed, 34 insertions, 37 deletions
diff --git a/examples/var_service/dhcp_if/dhcp_handler b/examples/var_service/dhcp_if/dhcp_handler
index a119b4d..5174040 100755
--- a/examples/var_service/dhcp_if/dhcp_handler
+++ b/examples/var_service/dhcp_if/dhcp_handler
@@ -1,31 +1,12 @@
#!/bin/sh
# executed by udhcpc
# parameters: $1 and environment
-#
# $1 is:
-# deconfig: This argument is used when udhcpc starts, and
-# when a leases is lost. The script should put the interface in an
-# up, but deconfigured state, ie: ifconfig $interface 0.0.0.0.
-#
-# bound: This argument is used when udhcpc moves from an
-# unbound, to a bound state. All of the paramaters are set in
-# enviromental variables, The script should configure the interface,
-# and set any other relavent parameters (default gateway, dns server,
-# etc).
-#
-# renew: This argument is used when a DHCP lease is renewed. All of
-# the paramaters are set in enviromental variables. This argument is
-# used when the interface is already configured, so the IP address,
-# will not change, however, the other DHCP paramaters, such as the
-# default gateway, subnet mask, and dns server may change.
#
-# nak: This argument is used with udhcpc receives a NAK message.
-# The script with the deconfig argument will be called directly
-# afterwards, so no changes to the network interface are neccessary.
-# This hook is provided for purely informational purposes (the
-# message option may contain a reason for the NAK).
+# deconfig: udhcpc starts, or lease is lost.
+# Environment example: interface=eth0
#
-# env shows something like:
+# bound: lease is obtained. Environment example:
# dhcptype=5
# serverid=172.16.42.102
# lease=97200
@@ -38,9 +19,18 @@
# dns=10.34.32.125 10.32.63.5 10.34.255.7 10.11.255.27
# domain=lab.example.com example.com
# ntpsrv=10.34.32.125 10.34.255.7
+#
+# renew: lease is renewed. Environment is similar to "bound".
+# The IP address does not not change, however, the other DHCP paramaters,
+# such as the default gateway, subnet mask, and dns server may change.
+#
+# nak: udhcpc received a NAK message.
+# Environment example: interface=eth0
+#
+# leasefail: udhcpc cannot obtain a lease (DHCP server not responding, etc).
+# Environment example: interface=eth0
-# TODO: put domain into /etc/resolv.conf (thru /var/service/fw)
-# TODO: feed ntp IPs to /var/service/ntp
+# TODO: put $domain into /etc/resolv.conf (thru /var/service/fw)
service=${PWD##*/}
file_ipconf="$service.ipconf"
@@ -69,23 +59,25 @@ fi
# Bound: we've got the lease
#env >"$service.out" # debug
-./convert2ipconf "$file_ipconf"
+./convert2ipconf "$file_ipconf"
# Reconfigure routing and firewall if needed
diff --brief "$file_ipconf" "$dir_ipconf/$file_ipconf" >/dev/null 2>&1
-if test "$?" != "0"; then
+if test $? != 0; then
echo "Reconfiguring fw"
mkdir -p "$dir_ipconf" 2>/dev/null
cp "$file_ipconf" "$dir_ipconf/$file_ipconf"
sv u /var/service/fw
fi
-./convert2ntpconf "$file_ntpconf"
-# Reconfigure ntp server addresses if needed
-diff --brief "$file_ntpconf" "$dir_ntpconf/$file_ntpconf" >/dev/null 2>&1
-if test "$?" != "0"; then
- echo "Reconfiguring ntp"
- mkdir -p "$dir_ntpconf" 2>/dev/null
- cp "$file_ntpconf" "$dir_ntpconf/$file_ntpconf"
- sv t /var/service/ntp
- sv u /var/service/ntp
+if test -d /var/service/ntp; then
+ ./convert2ntpconf "$file_ntpconf"
+ # Reconfigure ntp server addresses if needed
+ diff --brief "$file_ntpconf" "$dir_ntpconf/$file_ntpconf" >/dev/null 2>&1
+ if test $? != 0; then
+ echo "Reconfiguring ntp"
+ mkdir -p "$dir_ntpconf" 2>/dev/null
+ cp "$file_ntpconf" "$dir_ntpconf/$file_ntpconf"
+ sv t /var/service/ntp
+ sv u /var/service/ntp
+ fi
fi
diff --git a/examples/var_service/ifplugd_if/run b/examples/var_service/ifplugd_if/run
index 360b75a..2781cf9 100755
--- a/examples/var_service/ifplugd_if/run
+++ b/examples/var_service/ifplugd_if/run
@@ -1,5 +1,6 @@
#!/bin/sh
+#exec >/dev/null
exec 2>&1
exec </dev/null
@@ -12,9 +13,13 @@ exec \
env - PATH="$PATH" \
softlimit \
setuidgid root \
-ifplugd -apqns -t3 -u9 -d9 -i "$if" -r "$pwd/ifplugd_handler"
+ifplugd -apqns -t3 -u8 -d8 -i "$if" -r "$pwd/ifplugd_handler"
-# we use -t3 to wake ifplugd up less often
+# We use -t3 to wake ifplugd up less often.
+# If after three tests (3*3=9 > 8) link state seen to be different,
+# the handler will be called.
+# IOW: short link losses will be ignored, longer ones
+# will trigger DHCP reconfiguration and such (see handler code).
#-a Do not up interface automatically
#-p Dont run script on daemon startup