view usr/src/cmd/listen/lslog.c @ 4:1a15d5aaf794

synchronized with onnv_86 (6202) in onnv-gate
author Koji Uno <koji.uno@sun.com>
date Mon, 31 Aug 2009 14:38:03 +0900
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/*
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 * (the "License").  You may not use this file except in compliance
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 *
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 * If applicable, add the following below this CDDL HEADER, with the
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/*
 * Copyright 2005 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All rights reserved.
 * Use is subject to license terms.
 */

/*	Copyright (c) 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 AT&T	*/
/*	  All Rights Reserved  	*/

#pragma ident	"%Z%%M%	%I%	%E% SMI"

/*
 * error/logging/cleanup functions for the network listener process.
 */


/* system include files	*/

#include <fcntl.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <tiuser.h>
#include <sys/utsname.h>
#include <sys/param.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/ipc.h>
#include <values.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <time.h>

/* listener include files */

#include "lsparam.h"		/* listener parameters		*/
#include "listen.h"		/* listener */
#include "lsfiles.h"		/* listener files info		*/
#include "lserror.h"		/* listener error codes		*/
#include "lsdbf.h"

extern char Lastmsg[];
extern int NLPS_proc;
extern char *Netspec;
extern FILE *Logfp;
extern FILE *Debugfp;
extern char Mytag[];

static char *stamp(char *);
void logmessage(char *s);
void clean_up(int code, int flag, char *msg);

/*
 * error handling and debug routines
 * most routines take two args: code and exit.
 * code is a #define in lserror.h.
 * if EXIT bit in exitflag is non-zero, the routine exits. (see clean_up() )
 * define COREDUMP to do the obvious.
 */


/*
 * error: catastrophic error handler
 */

void
error(int code, int exitflag)
{
	char scratch[BUFSIZ];

	if (!(exitflag & NO_MSG)) {
		strcpy(scratch, err_list[code].err_msg);
		clean_up(code, exitflag, scratch);
	}
	clean_up(code, exitflag, NULL);
}

/*
 * tli_error:  Deal (appropriately) with an error in a TLI call
 */

static char *tlirange = "Unknown TLI error (t_errno > t_nerr)";

void
tli_error(int code, int exitflag)
{
	void	t_error();
	char	scratch[256];
	const char *p;
	int	save_errno = errno;

	p = (t_errno < t_nerr ? t_errlist[t_errno] : tlirange);

	(void) snprintf(scratch, sizeof (scratch), "%s: %s",
	    err_list[code].err_msg, p);
	if (t_errno == TSYSERR)  {
		(void) strlcat(scratch, ": ", sizeof (scratch));
		(void) strlcat(scratch, strerror(save_errno), sizeof (scratch));
	}
	clean_up(code, exitflag, scratch);
}


/*
 * sys_error: error in a system call
 */

void
sys_error(int code, int exitflag)
{
	char scratch[256];

	(void) snprintf(scratch, sizeof (scratch), "%s: %s",
	    err_list[code].err_msg, strerror(errno));
	clean_up(code, exitflag, scratch);
}


/*
 * clean_up:	if 'flag', and main listener is exiting, clean things
 *		up and exit.  Dumps core if !(flag & NOCORE).
 *		Tries to send a message to someone if the listener
 *		is exiting due to an error. (Inherrently machine dependent.)
 */

void
clean_up(int code, int flag, char *msg)
{
	extern int Dbf_entries;
	extern void logexit();
	extern int NLPS_proc, Nflag;
	int i;
	extern dbf_t Dbfhead;
	dbf_t	*dbp = &Dbfhead;

	if (!(flag & EXIT)) {
		logmessage(msg);
		return;
	}

	if (!(NLPS_proc))  {

		/*
		 * unbind anything that we bound.
		 * Needs more intelligence.
		 */


		for (i=0;i<Dbf_entries;i++) {
			t_unbind(dbp->dbf_fd);
			dbp++;
		}
	}

#ifdef	COREDUMP
	if (!(flag & NOCORE))
		abort();
#endif	/* COREDUMP */

	logexit(err_list[code].err_code, msg);
}


void
logexit(exitcode, msg)
int exitcode;
char *msg;
{
	if (msg) {
		logmessage(msg); /* put it in the log */
	}
	if (!NLPS_proc)
		logmessage("*** listener terminating!!! ***");
	exit(exitcode);

}


#ifdef	DEBUGMODE

/*VARARGS2*/
int
debug(int level, char *format, ...)
{
	char buf[256];
	va_list ap;

	va_start(ap, format);
	(void) vsprintf(buf, format, ap);
	va_end(ap);

	fprintf(Debugfp, stamp(buf));
	fflush(Debugfp);
}

#endif



/*
 * log:		given a message number (code), write a message to the logfile
 * logmessage:	given a string, write a message to the logfile
 */

void
log(int code)
{
	logmessage(err_list[code].err_msg);
}


static int nlogs;		/* maintains size of logfile	*/

void
logmessage(char *s)
{
	char log[BUFSIZ];
	char olog[BUFSIZ];
	int err = 0;
	FILE *nlogfp;
	extern int Logmax;
	extern int Splflag;

	/*
	 * The listener may be maintaining the size of it's logfile.
	 * Nothing in here should make the listener abort.
	 * If it can't save the file, it rewinds the existing log.
	 * Note that the algorithm is not exact, child listener's
	 * messages do not affect the parent's count.
	 */

	if (!Logfp)
		return;
	if (!NLPS_proc && Logmax && ( nlogs >= Logmax ) && !Splflag)  {
		nlogs = 0;
		fprintf(Logfp, stamp("Restarting log file"));
		sprintf(log, "%s/%s/%s", ALTDIR, Mytag, LOGNAME);
		sprintf(olog, "%s/%s/%s", ALTDIR, Mytag, OLOGNAME);
		DEBUG((1, "Logfile exceeds Logmax (%d) lines", Logmax));
		unlink(olog); /* remove stale saved logfile */
		if (rename(log, olog))  {
			++err;
			rewind(Logfp);
			DEBUG((1,"errno %d renaming log to old logfile",errno));
		}
		else  if (nlogfp = fopen(log, "a+"))  {
			fclose(Logfp);
			Logfp = nlogfp;
			fcntl(fileno(Logfp), F_SETFD, 1); /* reset close-on-exec */
			DEBUG((1, "logmessage: logfile saved successfully"));
		}  else  {
			++err;
			rewind(Logfp);
			DEBUG((1, "Lost the logfile, errno %d", errno));
		}
		if (err)
			fprintf(Logfp, stamp("Trouble saving the logfile"));
	}

	fprintf(Logfp, stamp(s));
	fflush(Logfp);
	++nlogs;
}

extern pid_t Pid;

static char *
stamp(char *msg)
{
	time_t clock;
	struct tm *tm_p;

	(void)time(&clock);
	tm_p = (struct tm *) localtime(&clock);
	tm_p->tm_mon++;	/* since months are 0-11 */
	sprintf(Lastmsg, "%2.2d/%2.2d/%2.2d %2.2d:%2.2d:%2.2d; %ld; %s\n",
		tm_p->tm_mon, tm_p->tm_mday, (tm_p->tm_year % 100),
		tm_p->tm_hour, tm_p->tm_min, tm_p->tm_sec, Pid, msg);
	return(Lastmsg);
}