1. 27 Apr, 2005 40 commits
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
      [PATCH] v009 release · 54b72ce9
      greg@kroah.com authored
      54b72ce9
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
      [PATCH] signal fixes due to klibc update. · d546791d
      greg@kroah.com authored
      d546791d
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
      [PATCH] sync klibc with release 0.95 · 3555a14b
      greg@kroah.com authored
      3555a14b
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
      [PATCH] add mol permissions to the debian permissions file. · c63a2727
      greg@kroah.com authored
      Info from Mathieu Segaud <matt@minas-morgul.org>
      
      c63a2727
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
    • olh@suse.de's avatar
      [PATCH] dump latest klibc into the udev build tree · 66626948
      olh@suse.de authored
      KLIBC is used as an internal makefile variable, it expands to either
      true or false right now. udev should use something else than KLIBC to
      allow build against the latest and greatest klibc version.
      
      66626948
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
    • kay.sievers@vrfy.org's avatar
      [PATCH] don't rely on field order in namedev_parse · d94df232
      kay.sievers@vrfy.org authored
        o change the parsing to get a key from the rule and sort it
          into our list of known keys instead of expecting a special order
        o the key to match a sysfs file must be prependend by 'SYSFS_' now
          to match with the new parsing.
          (The config must be changed, but it's a bit more descriptive too.)
        o put names of fields in define's, like the name of the methods
        o update all tests and the man page
      
      d94df232
    • rml@ximian.com's avatar
      [PATCH] remove udev from runlevels on uninstall · 600ee7f7
      rml@ximian.com authored
      I guess we should run 'chkconfig --del udev' on removal to clear out the
      now-stale udev entries, if any.
      
      600ee7f7
    • rml@ximian.com's avatar
      [PATCH] install initscript in udev rpm · 316c5150
      rml@ximian.com authored
      Attached patch installs the initscript via 'make install' and adds it to
      the RPM package.  The RPM script then runs chkconfig(8) to setup the
      initscript to run at the appropriate runlevels.
      
      316c5150
    • christophe.varoqui@free.fr's avatar
      [PATCH] more extras/multipath changes · 9e919aa4
      christophe.varoqui@free.fr authored
      * Make the HW-specific get_unique_id switch pretty
      * Prepare to field-test by whitelisting all known fibre array, try to
      fetch WWID from the standard EVPD 0x83 off 8 for everyone ... we will
      learn from feedback :)
      
      Could you drop a note with the udev-009 release-notes asking for testing
      this WWID fetching thing ?
      
      9e919aa4
    • kay.sievers@vrfy.org's avatar
      [PATCH] get part of callout return string · b1c5e333
      kay.sievers@vrfy.org authored
      Try this patch if you like, to get special parts of the callout output.
      This beast works now:
      CALLOUT, BUS="scsi", PROGRAM="/bin/echo -n node link1 link2", ID="node *", NAME="%1c", SYMLINK="%2c %3c"
      
      The callout returned string is separated by spaces and is
      addressed by the "len" value of the 'c' format char.
      Since we support symlinks, this my be useful for other uses of callout too.
      
        introduce 'len number' for format chars
        the first use is 'c'-the callout return to select a part of the output string like:
        CALLOUT, BUS="scsi", PROGRAM="/bin/echo -n node link1 link2", ID="node *", NAME="%1c", SYMLINK="%2c %3c"
        (note: first part is requested by len=1, len=0 will return the whole string)
        add a test to udev-test.pl
      
      b1c5e333
    • kay.sievers@vrfy.org's avatar
      [PATCH] remove '\n' from end of callout return · 20524642
      kay.sievers@vrfy.org authored
        remove possible newline at end of callout output,
        for easier matching with ID=
      
      20524642
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
      [PATCH] Add restart target to the etc/init.d/udev script · 5a3ee977
      greg@kroah.com authored
      Change made by Rolf Eike Beer <eike-hotplug@sf-tec.de>
      
      5a3ee977
    • eike-hotplug@sf-tec.de's avatar
      [PATCH] add init.d/udev to "make install" · dbc9b3f3
      eike-hotplug@sf-tec.de authored
      adds /etc/init.d/udev to "make install"
      
      dbc9b3f3
    • eike-hotplug@sf-tec.de's avatar
      [PATCH] add init.d/udev to the spec file · d870b833
      eike-hotplug@sf-tec.de authored
      add /etc/init.d/udev to the SPEC-File and this way to the RPM
      
      d870b833
    • dsteklof@us.ibm.com's avatar
      [PATCH] pre-libsysfs-0.4.0 patch · 5d4754f1
      dsteklof@us.ibm.com authored
      I am sending you a pre-release patch. It's everything that's in our
      current CVS tree. It adds the functionality you've been looking for. Please
      play with this before checking it into your tree, I'd like to know if
      it's ok with you or if you find problems. I have tested this out with
      test.all and the perl regression test. Let me know what you think.
      
      Still need to do more testing for our work and add some more functions
      related to the changes.
      
      I've gone into namedev.c and udev-add.c to make the necessary changes
      in line with the library. I have not gone and edited any of the "extras".
      
      
      Changes:
      
      1) Libsysfs object structures work more as handles now, their included
      directories or devices are labeled private. If you need attributes
      from a sysfs_class_device, call the available function and don't access
      the directory directly. Same holds true for a sysfs_class_device
      sysfs_device. Do not access the link directly but call the function
      sysfs_get_classdev_device() instead. We only populate entries upon
      request, makes things faster and uses less memory.
      
      2) Added sysfs_get_classdev_parent() as requested.
      
      3) Changed getpagesize to sysconf.
      
      4) Added sysfs_refresh_attributes function for refreshing views of
      attribute lists. We still need to add refresh for links and subdirs. All
      udev needs to do is keep calling sysfs_get_classdev_attr() and that will
      internally call the refresh routine.
      
      5d4754f1
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
    • olh@suse.de's avatar
      [PATCH] use udevdir in udev.conf · 18a0d652
      olh@suse.de authored
      udevdir is a define, but udev.conf has a hardcoded path. Maybe this
      config file should be generated on the fly, like shown below.
      
      18a0d652
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
    • kay.sievers@vrfy.org's avatar
      [PATCH] man-page mention multiple symlinks · 26004fcc
      kay.sievers@vrfy.org authored
      As usual, when the stuff gets in the tree - here is a small
      man page update and a TODO line removal.
      
        mention multiple symlinks
        update example with silly symlink rule :)
        shorten example line to have less than 80 chars
        remove "want symlink support" from TODO
      
      26004fcc
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
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    • christophe.varoqui@free.fr's avatar
      [PATCH] and more extras/multipath updates · 197a978e
      christophe.varoqui@free.fr authored
      * configure the multipath target with round-robin path selector and
      conservative default for a start : yes it makes this release the first
      really useful one.
      * temporarily disable map creation for single path device due to current
      restrictive defaults in the kernel target. Sistina should work it out.
      * correct the strncmp logic in blacklist function.
      
      Tested on StorageWorks with 2.6.0-test10-udm1 :
      
      xa-s03:~# ./multipath -v
      60001fe1000bdad0000903507109004b (1 0 1 1) /dev/sda op:1 /dev/sda
      [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad000090371312100bf (1 0 1 2) /dev/sdb op:1 /dev/sdb
      [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad000090371312100c2 (1 0 1 3) /dev/sdc op:1 /dev/sdc
      [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad00009037131210067 (1 0 2 1) /dev/sdd op:1 /dev/sdd
      [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad000090371312100b3 (1 0 2 2) /dev/sde op:1 /dev/sde
      [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad00009035071090024 (1 0 2 3) /dev/sdf op:1 /dev/sdf
      [HSG80           ]
      600508b4000156d700012000000b0000 (1 0 3 1) /dev/sdg op:1 /dev/sdg
      [HSV110 (C)COMPAQ]
      600508b4000156c30001200000210000 (1 0 3 2) /dev/sdh op:1 /dev/sdh
      [HSV110 (C)COMPAQ]
      600508b4000156d700012000000b0000 (1 0 6 1) /dev/sdi op:1 /dev/sdi
      [HSV110 (C)COMPAQ]
      600508b4000156c30001200000210000 (1 0 6 2) /dev/sdj op:1 /dev/sdj
      [HSV110 (C)COMPAQ]
      
      60001fe1000bdad0000903507109004b
       \_(1 0 1 1) /dev/sda op:1 /dev/sda [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad000090371312100bf
       \_(1 0 1 2) /dev/sdb op:1 /dev/sdb [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad000090371312100c2
       \_(1 0 1 3) /dev/sdc op:1 /dev/sdc [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad00009037131210067
       \_(1 0 2 1) /dev/sdd op:1 /dev/sdd [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad000090371312100b3
       \_(1 0 2 2) /dev/sde op:1 /dev/sde [HSG80           ]
      60001fe1000bdad00009035071090024
       \_(1 0 2 3) /dev/sdf op:1 /dev/sdf [HSG80           ]
      600508b4000156d700012000000b0000
       \_(1 0 3 1) /dev/sdg op:1 /dev/sdg [HSV110 (C)COMPAQ]
       \_(1 0 6 1) /dev/sdi op:1 /dev/sdi [HSV110 (C)COMPAQ]
      600508b4000156c30001200000210000
       \_(1 0 3 2) /dev/sdh op:1 /dev/sdh [HSV110 (C)COMPAQ]
       \_(1 0 6 2) /dev/sdj op:1 /dev/sdj [HSV110 (C)COMPAQ]
      
      N|600508b4000156d700012000000b0000 : 0 4194304 multipath 2 2 10
      round-robin 2 /dev/sdg 10 2 1 2 /dev/sdi 10 2 1 2
      N|600508b4000156c30001200000210000 : 0 20971520 multipath 2 2 10
      round-robin 2 /dev/sdh 10 2 1 2 /dev/sdj 10 2 1 2
      xa-s03:~# dmsetup ls
      600508b4000156c30001200000210000        (254, 1)
      600508b4000156d700012000000b0000        (254, 0)
      xa-s03:~# ll /dev/mapper/
      total 0
      brw-------    1 root     root     254,   1 Dec  9 22:57
      600508b4000156c30001200000210000
      brw-------    1 root     root     254,   0 Dec  9 22:57
      600508b4000156d700012000000b0000
      crw-------    1 root     root      10,  63 Jul 25 22:48 control
      xa-s03:~# dd if=/dev/mapper/600508b4000156c30001200000210000
      of=/dev/null bs=1M count=500
      500+0 records in
      500+0 records out
      524288000 bytes transferred in 5.662530 seconds (92589003 bytes/sec)
      
      gee, that pretty fast :)
      
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    • christophe.varoqui@free.fr's avatar
      [PATCH] more extras/multipath updates · 61f76f5c
      christophe.varoqui@free.fr authored
      * update the Makefiles to autodetect libgcc.a & gcc includes
      "ulibc-style". Factorisation of udevdirs & others niceties
      * drop a hint about absent /dev/sd? on failed open() for poor Debian
      users who don't imagine their favorite distro with only 16 preconfigured
      SCSI device nodes :)
      
      61f76f5c
    • kay.sievers@vrfy.org's avatar
      [PATCH] allow multiple symlinks · 4763256c
      kay.sievers@vrfy.org authored
      Here is a patch to allow the creation of multiple symlinks.
      The names must be separated by a space character.
      
      
      REPLACE, KERNEL="ttyUSB0", NAME="visor", SYMLINK="first-%n second-%n third-%n"
      
      results in:
      
      Dec  9 05:28:51 pim udev[12019]: create_node: mknod(udev-root/visor, 020666, 188, 0)
      Dec  9 05:28:51 pim udev[12019]: create_node: symlink 'udev-root/first-0' to node 'visor' requested
      Dec  9 05:28:51 pim udev[12019]: create_node: symlink(./visor, udev-root/first-0)
      Dec  9 05:28:51 pim udev[12019]: create_node: symlink 'udev-root/second-0' to node 'visor' requested
      Dec  9 05:28:51 pim udev[12019]: create_node: symlink(./visor, udev-root/second-0)
      Dec  9 05:28:51 pim udev[12019]: create_node: symlink 'udev-root/third-0' to node 'visor' requested
      Dec  9 05:28:51 pim udev[12019]: create_node: symlink(./visor, udev-root/third-0)
      
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    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
    • kay.sievers@vrfy.org's avatar
      [PATCH] cleanup man & remove symlink comment · c6c13c31
      kay.sievers@vrfy.org authored
        remove "want symlinks" text from udev-add.c
        mention SYMLINK in man page
        man page format cleanup
        man page example for SYMLINK
      
      c6c13c31
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
      [PATCH] change USE_DBUS to DBUS in Makefile, and disable it by default as it's... · bbd063b5
      greg@kroah.com authored
      [PATCH] change USE_DBUS to DBUS in Makefile, and disable it by default as it's still to hard to build on all systems.
      
      bbd063b5
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
    • greg@kroah.com's avatar
      [PATCH] move all of the DBUS logic into one file and remove all of the #ifdef... · 7ac0feeb
      greg@kroah.com authored
      [PATCH] move all of the DBUS logic into one file and remove all of the #ifdef crud from the main code.
      
      7ac0feeb
    • david@fubar.dk's avatar
      [PATCH] D-BUS patch for udev-008 · 5aebfbcb
      david@fubar.dk authored
      Attached is a patch against udev-008 to send out a D-BUS message when a
      device node is added or removed.
      
      Using D-BUS lingo, udev acquires the org.kernel.udev service and sends
      out a NodeCreated or NodeDeleted signal on the
      org.kernel.udev.NodeMonitor interface. Each signal carries two
      parameters: the node in question and the corresponding sysfs path.
      
      [Note: the D-BUS concepts of service, interface, object can be a bit
      confusing at first glance]
      
      An example program listening for these messages looks like this
      
      #!/usr/bin/python
      
      import dbus
      import gtk
      
      def udev_signal_received(dbus_iface, member, service, object_path, message):
          [filename, sysfs_path] = message.get_args_list()
          if member=='NodeCreated':
              print 'Node %s created for %s'%(filename, sysfs_path)
          elif member=='NodeDeleted':
              print 'Node %s deleted for %s'%(filename, sysfs_path)
      
      def main():
          bus = dbus.Bus(dbus.Bus.TYPE_SYSTEM)
          bus.add_signal_receiver(udev_signal_received,
                                  'org.kernel.udev.NodeMonitor',  # interface
                                  'org.kernel.udev',              # service
                                  '/org/kernel/udev/NodeMonitor') # object
      
          gtk.mainloop()
      
      if __name__ == '__main__':
          main()
      
      and this is the output when hot-plugging some usb-storage.
      
      [david@laptop udev-008]$ ~/node_monitor.py
      Node /udev/sda created for /block/sda
      Node /udev/sda1 created for /block/sda/sda1
      Node /udev/sda1 deleted for /block/sda/sda1
      Node /udev/sda deleted for /block/sda
      
      The patch requires D-BUS 0.20 or later while the python example program
      requires D-BUS from CVS as I only recently applied a patch against the
      python bindings.
      
      5aebfbcb
    • kay.sievers@vrfy.org's avatar
      [PATCH] experimental (very simple) SYMLINK creation · 3d150dfb
      kay.sievers@vrfy.org authored
      > > here is a experimental symlink creation patch - for discussion,
      > > in which direction we should go.
      > > It is possible now to define SYMLINK= after the NAME= in udev.rules.
      > > The link is relative to the node, but the path is not optimized now
      > > if the node and the link are in the same nested directory.
      > > Only one link is supported, cause i need to sleep now :)
      > >
      > > 06-simple-symlink-creation.diff
      > >   simple symlink creation
      > >   reorganized udev-remove to have access to the symlink field
      > >   subdir creation/removal are functions now
      > >   udev-test.pl tests for link creation/removal
      
      Here is a new version with relative link target path optimization
      an better tests in udev-test.pl:
      
      LABEL, BUS="scsi", vendor="IBM-ESXS", NAME="1/2/a/b/node", SYMLINK="1/2/c/d/symlink"
      
        Dec  7 06:48:34 pim udev[13789]: create_node: symlink 'udev-root/1/2/c/d/symlink' to node '1/2/a/b/node' requested
        Dec  7 06:48:34 pim udev[13789]: create_path: created 'udev-root/1/2/c'
        Dec  7 06:48:34 pim udev[13789]: create_path: created 'udev-root/1/2/c/d'
        Dec  7 06:48:34 pim udev[13789]: create_node: symlink(../../a/b/node, udev-root/1/2/c/d/symlink)
      
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    • patmans@us.ibm.com's avatar
      [PATCH] better allow builds of extras programs under udev · eadb1bbc
      patmans@us.ibm.com authored
      Here is an improved version of the patch that enables builds of the extras
      progams for the targets all, clean, install, and uninstall, and passes
      down the "prefix" for use by install and uninstall.
      
      This patch enables building of the "extras" programs using the same build
      environment as udev (i.e. build with udev's versions of klibc and
      sysfsutils).
      
      For example, build scsi_id and udev via:
      
      	make EXTRAS=extras/scsi_id
      
      Build scsi_id and udev with klibc via:
      
      	make KLIBC=true EXTRAS=extras/scsi_id
      
      eadb1bbc
    • patmans@us.ibm.com's avatar
      [PATCH] update udev extras/scsi_id to version 0.2 · 1bed1db4
      patmans@us.ibm.com authored
      This patch updates scsi_id under udev from version 0.1 to version 0.2.
      
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    • christophe.varoqui@free.fr's avatar
      [PATCH] yet more extras/multipath · a652254d
      christophe.varoqui@free.fr authored
      * implement a reschedule flag in /var/run. Last thing the prog do before
      exit is check if a call to multipath was done (but canceled by
      /var/run/multipath.run check) during its execution. If so restart the
      main loop.
      * implement a blacklist of sysfs bdev to not bother with for now (hd,
      md, dm, sr, scd, ram, raw). This avoid sending SG_IO to unappropiate
      devices.
      
      Compiles & survive "while true;do (./multipath -v &);done"
      
      a652254d
    • christophe.varoqui@free.fr's avatar
      [PATCH] more extras/multipath updates · d8775157
      christophe.varoqui@free.fr authored
      * Adds a /var/run/multipath.run handling to avoid simultaneous runs.
      * Remove a commented-out "printf"
      
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