Commit 7a43a09c authored by Rocky Automation's avatar Rocky Automation 📺
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/var/log/kvm_stat.csv {
size 10M
missingok
compress
maxage 30
rotate 5
nodateext
postrotate
/usr/bin/systemctl try-restart kvm_stat.service
endscript
}
#! /bin/bash
RpmDir=$1
ModDir=$2
Dir="$1/$2"
# Note the list filename must have the format mod-[PACKAGE].list, for example,
# mod-internal.list or mod-extra.list. The PACKAGE is used to create a
# override directory for the modules.
List=$3
Dest="$4"
blacklist()
{
cat > "$RpmDir/etc/modprobe.d/$1-blacklist.conf" <<-__EOF__
# This kernel module can be automatically loaded by non-root users. To
# enhance system security, the module is blacklisted by default to ensure
# system administrators make the module available for use as needed.
# See https://access.redhat.com/articles/3760101 for more details.
#
# Remove the blacklist by adding a comment # at the start of the line.
blacklist $1
__EOF__
}
check_blacklist()
{
mod=$(find $RpmDir/$ModDir -name "$1")
[ ! "$mod" ] && return 0
if modinfo $mod | grep -q '^alias:\s\+net-'; then
mod="${1##*/}"
mod="${mod%.ko*}"
echo "$mod has an alias that allows auto-loading. Blacklisting."
blacklist "$mod"
fi
}
find_depends()
{
dep=$1
depends=`modinfo $dep | sed -n -e "/^depends/ s/^depends:[ \t]*//p"`
[ -z "$depends" ] && exit
for mod in ${depends//,/ }
do
match=$(grep "^$mod.ko" "$ListName")
[ -z "$match" ] && continue
# check if the module we are looking at is in mod-* too.
# if so we do not need to mark the dep as required.
mod2=${dep##*/} # same as `basename $dep`, but faster
match2=$(grep "^$mod2" "$ListName")
if [ -n "$match2" ]
then
#echo $mod2 >> notreq.list
continue
fi
echo $mod.ko >> req.list
done
}
foreachp()
{
P=$(nproc)
bgcount=0
while read mod; do
$1 "$mod" &
bgcount=$((bgcount + 1))
if [ $bgcount -eq $P ]; then
wait -n
bgcount=$((bgcount - 1))
fi
done
wait
}
# Destination was specified on the command line
test -n "$4" && echo "$0: Override Destination $Dest has been specified."
pushd $Dir
OverrideDir=$(basename $List)
OverrideDir=${OverrideDir%.*}
OverrideDir=${OverrideDir#*-}
mkdir -p $OverrideDir
rm -rf modnames
find . -name "*.ko" -type f > modnames
# Look through all of the modules, and throw any that have a dependency in
# our list into the list as well.
rm -rf dep.list dep2.list
rm -rf req.list req2.list
touch dep.list req.list
cp "$List" .
# This variable needs to be exported because it is used in sub-script
# executed by xargs
export ListName=$(basename "$List")
foreachp find_depends < modnames
sort -u req.list > req2.list
sort -u "$ListName" > modules2.list
join -v 1 modules2.list req2.list > modules3.list
for mod in $(cat modules3.list)
do
# get the path for the module
modpath=`grep /$mod modnames`
[ -z "$modpath" ] && continue
echo $modpath >> dep.list
done
sort -u dep.list > dep2.list
if [ -n "$Dest" ]; then
# now move the modules into the $Dest directory
for mod in `cat dep2.list`
do
newpath=`dirname $mod | sed -e "s/kernel\\//$Dest\//"`
mkdir -p $newpath
mv $mod $newpath
echo $mod | sed -e "s/kernel\\//$Dest\//" | sed -e "s|^.|${ModDir}|g" >> $RpmDir/$ListName
done
fi
popd
# If we're signing modules, we can't leave the .mod files for the .ko files
# we've moved in .tmp_versions/. Remove them so the Kbuild 'modules_sign'
# target doesn't try to sign a non-existent file. This is kinda ugly, but
# so are the modules-* packages.
for mod in `cat ${Dir}/dep2.list`
do
modfile=`basename $mod | sed -e 's/.ko/.mod/'`
rm .tmp_versions/$modfile
done
if [ ! -n "$Dest" ]; then
sed -e "s|^.|${ModDir}|g" ${Dir}/dep2.list > $RpmDir/$ListName
echo "./$RpmDir/$ListName created."
[ -d "$RpmDir/etc/modprobe.d/" ] || mkdir -p "$RpmDir/etc/modprobe.d/"
foreachp check_blacklist < $List
fi
# avoid an empty kernel-extra package
echo "$ModDir/$OverrideDir" >> $RpmDir/$ListName
pushd $Dir
rm modnames dep.list dep2.list req.list req2.list
rm "$ListName" modules2.list modules3.list
popd
6pack.ko
a3d.ko
act200l-sir.ko
actisys-sir.ko
act_mpls.ko
act_ct.ko
adi.ko
aer_inject.ko
af_802154.ko
affs.ko
ali-ircc.ko
analog.ko
appletalk.ko
atm.ko
avma1_cs.ko
avm_cs.ko
avmfritz.ko
ax25.ko
b1.ko
bareudp.ko
bas_gigaset.ko
batman-adv.ko
baycom_par.ko
baycom_ser_fdx.ko
baycom_ser_hdx.ko
befs.ko
bpqether.ko
br2684.ko
capi.ko
c_can.ko
c_can_platform.ko
clip.ko
cobra.ko
coda.ko
cuse.ko
db9.ko
dccp_diag.ko
dccp_ipv4.ko
dccp_ipv6.ko
dccp.ko
dccp_probe.ko
diva_idi.ko
divas.ko
ds1wm.ko
ds2482.ko
ds2490.ko
dss1_divert.ko
elsa_cs.ko
ems_pci.ko
ems_usb.ko
esd_usb2.ko
esi-sir.ko
gamecon.ko
gf2k.ko
gigaset.ko
girbil-sir.ko
grip.ko
grip_mp.ko
guillemot.ko
hdlcdrv.ko
hfc4s8s_l1.ko
hfcmulti.ko
hfcpci.ko
hisax.ko
hwa-rc.ko
hysdn.ko
i2400m.ko
i2400m-sdio.ko
i2400m-usb.ko
ieee802154.ko
iforce.ko
interact.ko
ipddp.ko
ipx.ko
ip_vs_mh.ko
isdn.ko
joydump.ko
kingsun-sir.ko
ks959-sir.ko
ksdazzle-sir.ko
kvaser_pci.ko
l2tp_core.ko
l2tp_debugfs.ko
l2tp_eth.ko
l2tp_ip.ko
l2tp_netlink.ko
l2tp_ppp.ko
lec.ko
ma600-sir.ko
magellan.ko
mcp2120-sir.ko
mISDN_core.ko
mISDN_dsp.ko
mkiss.ko
mptbase.ko
mptctl.ko
mptfc.ko
nci.ko
ncpfs.ko
netjet.ko
netrom.ko
nfc.ko
nilfs2.ko
ocfs2_dlmfs.ko
ocfs2_dlm.ko
ocfs2.ko
ocfs2_nodemanager.ko
ocfs2_stackglue.ko
ocfs2_stack_o2cb.ko
ocfs2_stack_user.ko
old_belkin-sir.ko
orinoco_cs.ko
orinoco.ko
orinoco_nortel.ko
orinoco_pci.ko
orinoco_plx.ko
orinoco_usb.ko
plx_pci.ko
pn_pep.ko
pppoatm.ko
rds.ko
rds_rdma.ko
rds_tcp.ko
rose.ko
sch_atm.ko
sch_cbq.ko
sch_cbs.ko
sch_choke.ko
sch_drr.ko
sch_dsmark.ko
sch_ets.ko
sch_gred.ko
sch_mqprio.ko
sch_multiq.ko
sch_netem.ko
sch_qfq.ko
sch_red.ko
sch_sfb.ko
sch_teql.ko
sctp.ko
sctp_diag.ko
sidewinder.ko
sja1000.ko
sja1000_platform.ko
slcan.ko
slip.ko
softing_cs.ko
softing.ko
spaceball.ko
spaceorb.ko
stinger.ko
sysv.ko
tcp_bic.ko
tcp_highspeed.ko
tcp_htcp.ko
tcp_hybla.ko
tcp_illinois.ko
tcp_lp.ko
tcp_scalable.ko
tcp_vegas.ko
tcp_veno.ko
tcp_westwood.ko
tcp_yeah.ko
tekram-sir.ko
tmdc.ko
toim3232-sir.ko
trancevibrator.ko
turbografx.ko
twidjoy.ko
ubifs.ko
ufs.ko
umc.ko
usbip-core.ko
usbip-host.ko
uwb.ko
vcan.ko
vhci-hcd.ko
w1_bq27000.ko
w1_ds2408.ko
w1_ds2423.ko
w1_ds2431.ko
w1_ds2433.ko
w1_ds2760.ko
w1_ds2780.ko
w1_ds2781.ko
w1_ds28e04.ko
w1_smem.ko
w1_therm.ko
w6692.ko
walkera0701.ko
wanrouter.ko
warrior.ko
whci.ko
wire.ko
xpad.ko
xt_u32.ko
yam.ko
zhenhua.ko
dmatest
kunit
kunit-test
ext4-inode-test
list-test
sysctl-test
mptcp_crypto_test
mptcp_token_test
locktorture
mac80211_hwsim
netdevsim
pktgen
rcutorture
rocker
torture
test_bpf
test_klp_atomic_replace
test_klp_callbacks_demo
test_klp_callbacks_demo2
test_klp_callbacks_busy
test_klp_callbacks_mod
test_klp_livepatch
test_klp_shadow_vars
test_klp_state
test_klp_state2
test_klp_state3
kvm-amd
kvm-intel
kvm
kvmgt
ptp_kvm
#! /bin/bash
# The modules_sign target checks for corresponding .o files for every .ko that
# is signed. This doesn't work for package builds which re-use the same build
# directory for every flavour, and the .config may change between flavours.
# So instead of using this script to just sign lib/modules/$KernelVer/extra,
# sign all .ko in the buildroot.
# This essentially duplicates the 'modules_sign' Kbuild target and runs the
# same commands for those modules.
MODSECKEY=$1
MODPUBKEY=$2
moddir=$3
modules=`find $moddir -type f -name '*.ko'`
NPROC=`nproc`
[ -z "$NPROC" ] && NPROC=1
# NB: this loop runs 2000+ iterations. Try to be fast.
echo "$modules" | xargs -r -n16 -P $NPROC sh -c "
for mod; do
./scripts/sign-file sha256 $MODSECKEY $MODPUBKEY \$mod
rm -f \$mod.sig \$mod.dig
done
" DUMMYARG0 # xargs appends ARG1 ARG2..., which go into $mod in for loop.
RANDOMMOD=$(echo "$modules" | sort -R | head -n 1)
if [ "~Module signature appended~" != "$(tail -c 28 $RANDOMMOD)" ]; then
echo "*****************************"
echo "*** Modules are unsigned! ***"
echo "*****************************"
exit 1
fi
exit 0
#!/bin/sh
# Reads filenames on stdin, xz-compresses each in place.
# Not optimal for "compress relatively few, large files" scenario!
# How many xz's to run in parallel:
procgroup=""
while test "$#" != 0; do
# Get it from -jNUM
N="${1#-j}"
if test "$N" = "$1"; then
# Not -j<something> - warn and ignore
echo "parallel_xz: warning: unrecognized argument: '$1'"
else
procgroup="$N"
fi
shift
done
# If told to use only one cpu:
test "$procgroup" || exec xargs -r xz
test "$procgroup" = 1 && exec xargs -r xz
# xz has some startup cost. If files are really small,
# this cost might be significant. To combat this,
# process several files (in sequence) by each xz process via -n 16:
exec xargs -r -n 16 -P $procgroup xz
#!/bin/bash
#
# This script takes the merged config files and processes them through oldconfig
# and listnewconfig
#
usage()
{
echo "process_configs.sh [ -n|-c|-t ] package_name kernel_version [cross_opts]"
echo " -n: error on unset config options"
echo " -c: error on mismatched config options"
echo " -t: test run, do not overwrite original config"
echo " -w: error on misconfigured config options"
exit 1
}
die()
{
echo "$1"
exit 1
}
# stupid function to find top of tree to do kernel make configs
switch_to_toplevel()
{
path="$(pwd)"
while test -n "$path"
do
test -d $path/firmware && \
test -e $path/MAINTAINERS && \
test -d $path/drivers && \
break
path="$(dirname $path)"
done
test -n "$path" || die "Can't find toplevel"
echo "$path"
}
checkoptions()
{
/usr/bin/awk '
/is not set/ {
split ($0, a, "#");
split(a[2], b);
if (NR==FNR) {
configs[b[1]]="is not set";
} else {
if (configs[b[1]] != "" && configs[b[1]] != "is not set")
print "Found # "b[1] " is not set, after generation, had " b[1] " " configs[b[1]] " in Source tree";
}
}
/=/ {
split ($0, a, "=");
if (NR==FNR) {
configs[a[1]]=a[2];
} else {
if (configs[a[1]] != "" && configs[a[1]] != a[2])
print "Found "a[1]"="a[2]" after generation, had " a[1]"="configs[a[1]]" in Source tree";
}
}
' $1 $2 > .mismatches
if test -s .mismatches
then
echo "Error: Mismatches found in configuration files"
cat .mismatches
exit 1
fi
}
function process_configs()
{
# assume we are in $source_tree/configs, need to get to top level
pushd $(switch_to_toplevel) &>/dev/null
for cfg in $SCRIPT_DIR/${PACKAGE_NAME}${KVERREL}*.config
do
arch=$(head -1 $cfg | cut -b 3-)
cfgtmp="${cfg}.tmp"
cfgorig="${cfg}.orig"
cat $cfg > $cfgorig
echo -n "Processing $cfg ... "
make ARCH=$arch ${CROSSOPTS} KCONFIG_CONFIG=$cfgorig listnewconfig >& .listnewconfig
grep -E 'CONFIG_' .listnewconfig > .newoptions
if test -n "$NEWOPTIONS" && test -s .newoptions
then
echo "Found unset config items, please set them to an appropriate value"
cat .newoptions
rm .newoptions
exit 1
fi
rm .newoptions
grep -E 'config.*warning' .listnewconfig > .warnings
if test -n "$CHECKWARNINGS" && test -s .warnings
then
echo "Found misconfigured config items, please set them to an appropriate value"
cat .warnings
rm .warnings
exit 1
fi
rm .warnings
rm .listnewconfig
make ARCH=$arch ${CROSSOPTS} KCONFIG_CONFIG=$cfgorig oldnoconfig > /dev/null || exit 1
echo "# $arch" > ${cfgtmp}
cat "${cfgorig}" >> ${cfgtmp}
if test -n "$CHECKOPTIONS"
then
checkoptions $cfg $cfgtmp
fi
# if test run, don't overwrite original
if test -n "$TESTRUN"
then
rm ${cfgtmp}
else
mv ${cfgtmp} ${cfg}
fi
rm ${cfgorig}
echo "done"
done
rm "$SCRIPT_DIR"/*.config*.old
popd > /dev/null
echo "Processed config files are in $SCRIPT_DIR"
}
NEWOPTIONS=""
CHECKOPTIONS=""
CHECKWARNINGS=""
TESTRUN=""
while [[ $# -gt 0 ]]
do
key="$1"
case $key in
-h)
usage
;;
-n)
NEWOPTIONS="x"
;;
-c)
CHECKOPTIONS="x"
;;
-t)
TESTRUN="x"
;;
-w)
CHECKWARNINGS="x"
;;
*)
break;;
esac
shift
done
PACKAGE_NAME="${1:-kernel}" # defines the package name used
KVERREL="$(test -n "$2" && echo "-$2" || echo "")"
CROSSOPTS="$3"
SCRIPT="$(readlink -f $0)"
OUTPUT_DIR="$PWD"