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authorMichael Mair-Keimberger (asterix) <m.mairkeimberger@gmail.com>2017-01-18 19:21:41 +0100
committerAlon Bar-Lev <alonbl@gentoo.org>2017-01-18 20:42:28 +0200
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ned-dns/openresolv: remove unused file
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-#!/bin/sh
-# Copyright 1999-2010 Gentoo Foundation
-# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
-
-# /etc/pdnsd/pdnsd.conf updater
-# Written by Oldrich Jedlicka (oldium.pro@seznam.cz)
-
-# Implementation notes:
-# * The assumptions are same as for other scripts like bind and dnsmasq:
-# - We assume that we are a local dns cache - after all, why would a server
-# use resolvconf?
-# - Now that we have assumed this, we also assume that generic DHCP clients
-# will enter their domains and search domains ONLY in the "search" field
-# in their resolv.confs and VPN clients will put the domain they are for
-# into the domain field only.
-# - This allows pdnsd to forward domains for a specific VPN domain to the
-# VPN nameserver and everything else to the standard name servers.
-#
-# HOW-TO CONFIGURE:
-#
-# To get this working, you need to do only two steps
-#
-# 1. Create a basic configuration of /etc/pdnsd/pdnsd.conf, you can use
-# /etc/pdnsd/pdnsd.conf.example to start.
-#
-# Additional configuration will be created automatically be resolvconf.
-# The generated server sections has labels starting with "resolvconf", so
-#
-# DO NOT USE "resolvconf" IN YOUR LABELS!
-#
-# Check if the status_ctl is set to "on", otherwise the configuration
-# will not be automatically reloaded - see sample config file.
-#
-# You are free to edit automatically created server sections, but always
-# write one option per line. There are few options that are always recreated
-# and your changes in them will be lost. Here is the list (with example
-# values):
-#
-# preset=on;
-# ip="192.168.0.1","192.168.0.2";
-# include=".net",".com";'
-#
-# The exclude directive in "resolvconf" server section is partly recreated.
-# Known (configured) domains in the form ".<domain>" or ".<domain>." are
-# added and removed automatically, unknown domains (also those not in
-# the format above) found in this directive are kept.
-#
-# The sample configuration file /etc/pdnsd/pdnsd.conf prepared to work
-# with resolvconf would look like this:
-#
-#global {
-# perm_cache=2048;
-# run_as="pdnsd";
-# status_ctl = on; # Important to enable status control
-# run_ipv4=on;
-# par_queries=2; # How many servers are probed in parallel
-# interface = "lo"; # Interface on which the pdnsd listens
-#}
-#
-# 2. The last step is to configure dns configuration for /etc/resolv.conf.
-#
-# a) For <net-dns/openresolv-2.0, configure the lo interface to use
-# 127.0.0.1. In Gentoo we set it up like so in /etc/conf.d/net
-#
-# dns_servers_lo=( "127.0.0.1" )
-#
-# b) For net-dns/openresolv-2* the configuration has been changed. Add
-# the following line to the top of your /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base
-# (possibly create one)
-#
-# nameserver 127.0.0.1
-#
-# c) For net-dns/openresolv-3* the configuration has been changed again.
-# Uncomment the following line in your /etc/resolvconf.conf
-#
-# # If you run a local name server, you should uncomment the below line and
-# # configure your subscribers configuration files below.
-# name_servers=127.0.0.1
-#
-
-# pdnsd config file
-PDNSDCONFIG="/etc/pdnsd/pdnsd.conf"
-
-# Backup suffix
-BACKUPSUFFIX=".backup"
-
-# Load our variables from resolvconf
-eval "$(/sbin/resolvconf -v)"
-
-COMMENT='
-# Automatically generated by resolvconf.
-#
-# Following server sections are automatically enabled and disabled.
-#
-# !!! WARNING !!!
-# DO NOT RENAME LABELS!
-#
-# No section will be deleted and only some options are automatically changed.
-# Feel free to add your own options, but do not use pair comments /* */ as they
-# are not recognised.
-#
-# DO NOT USE resolvconf ANYWHERE IN YOUR LABELS!
-#
-# Automatically changed options are (with examples):
-# preset=on;
-# ip="192.168.0.1","192.168.0.2";
-# include=".net",".com";
-# exclude=".domain.net",".domain.com";
-# policy=excluded;
-#
-# The exclude directive is changed automatically only in "resolvconf" server
-# section. Not handled servers are kept in the directive.
-#'
-BASIC_SETTINGS='server {
- label="resolvconf";
- preset=off;
-}'
-
-INSTALLATION_CHECK='^[[:space:]]*label[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*"resolvconf"'
-
-###
-# Sed script configuration
-#
-# Composed sequence of lines:
-#
-# (1) SED_LOOP with @MATCH_LABELS@ substituted by several SED_MATCH_ONE_LABEL
-# (2) SED_EDIT_ONE_SERVER several times
-# (3) SED_ADDING with new servers
-#
-# Notes:
-#
-# * @LABEL@ is a string "resolvconf-<domain>" or "resolvconf" for global
-# section
-# * @RULE@ is @LABEL@ with translated characters '-' and '.' into '_'.
-###
-
-###
-# Main loop with label match - it will redirect the processing to
-# SED_EDIT_ONE_SERVER, when the label match is found. Special match is
-# for "resolvconf" label - the control flow is redirected to SED_ADDING to
-# allow adding new sections.
-#
-# To summarize: Old sections are edited as they appear in the file and new
-# sections are added before the "resolvconf" section.
-SED_LOOP=\
-'/^[[:space:]]*server[[:space:]]*[\{]/ b server;
-p; d;
-:server; h;
-:server_loop; n;
-/^[[:space:]]*server[[:space:]]*[\{]/ { x; p; b server_loop; };
-@MATCH_LABELS@/^[[:space:]]*label[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*"resolvconf"/ { H; b adding; };
-/^[[:space:]]*[\}]/ { H; x; p; d; };
-H;
-b server_loop;'
-
-###
-# Match for one label with a jump to SED_EDIT_ONE_SERVER
-SED_MATCH_ONE_LABEL=\
-'/^[[:space:]]*label[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*"@LABEL@"/ { H; x; b main_@RULE@; };'
-
-###
-# Editing one server. New lines are put into @SETUP@, lines are composed
-# in function compose_lines(). After the new lines are added, all "preset",
-# "ip" and "include" options are removed (not printed).
-#
-# Sanity checks: Check if there is a second label or another server directive.
-# In both cases, there is some error in the file, so go to the beginning by
-# jumping to SED_LOOP's :server.
-SED_EDIT_ONE_SERVER=\
-':main_@RULE@;
-p; @SETUP@
-:loop_@RULE@;
-n;
-/^[[:space:]]*server[[:space:]]*[\{]/ b server;
-/^[[:space:]]*label[[:space:]]*=/ b server;
-/^[[:space:]]*preset[[:space:]]*=/ b loop_@RULE@;
-/^[[:space:]]*ip[[:space:]]*=/ b loop_@RULE@;
-/^[[:space:]]*include[[:space:]]*=/ b loop_@RULE@;
-/^[[:space:]]*policy[[:space:]]*=/ b loop_@RULE@;
-/^[[:space:]]*exclude[[:space:]]*=/ b exclude_logic_@RULE@;
-p;
-/^[[:space:]]*[\}]/ d;
-b loop_@RULE@;
-
-:exclude_logic_@RULE@;
-@EXCLUDE_LOGIC@
-b loop_@RULE@;
-'
-
-###
-# Add new servers. All lines composed by function compose_lines() are put into
-# @SETUP@. Then the control flow is returned to one special SED_EDIT_ONE_SERVER
-# section with label "resolvconf".
-SED_ADDING=\
-':adding;
-@SETUP@
-x; b main_resolvconf;
-'
-
-
-###
-# Edit the domain list (include/exclude). All empty fields and matching domains
-# are removed. Unmaintained domains (not in resolvconf-<domain>) are kept. All
-# domains should be in a pipe (|) separated list and should begin, but not end
-# with a dot. The list is put into @DOMAINS@. The control flow continues, where
-# it ended in SED_EDIT_ONE_SERVER.
-#
-SED_DOMAIN_LIST_LOGIC=\
-'h;
-s/^([[:space:]]*@DIRECTIVE@[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*).*/\\1/;
-x;
-s/^[[:space:]]*@DIRECTIVE@[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*//;
-
-:@DIRECTIVE@_loop_@RULE@;
-/([[:space:]]*("[^"]"*|[^,;]*)[[:space:]]*,)*[[:space:]]*("(@DOMAINS@|)\.?"|(@DOMAINS@)\.?|,)[[:space:]]*[,;]/ {
- s/(([[:space:]]*("[^"]"*|[^,;]*)[[:space:]]*,)*[[:space:]]*)("(@DOMAINS@|)\.?"|(@DOMAINS@)\.?|,)[[:space:]]*([,;])/\\1\\7/;
- b @DIRECTIVE@_loop_@RULE@;
-};
-
-s/^[,;]//g;
-/^[[:space:]]*$/ b @DIRECTIVE@_end_@RULE@;
-H; x; s/\\n//; p;
-:@DIRECTIVE@_end_@RULE@;
-'
-
-################################################################################
-# Functions
-
-###
-# char* [] uniqify(char* list[])
-#
-# Uniqify the items in the list
-uniqify() {
- local result=
- while [ -n "$1" ] ; do
- case " ${result} " in
- *" $1 "*) ;;
- *) result="${result} $1" ;;
- esac
- shift
- done
- printf "%s" "${result# *}"
-}
-
-###
-# char *make_pdnsd_label(char *domain)
-#
-# Translate domain name into pdnsd's label
-make_pdnsd_label() {
- local domain="$1"
- if [ -n "${domain}" ] ; then
- printf "%s" "resolvconf-${domain}"
- else
- printf "%s" "resolvconf"
- fi
-}
-
-
-###
-# char *replace(char *text, char *search, char *replace)
-#
-# Replaces all the found "search" occurences in the "text" with the "replace".
-replace() {
- local text="$1" search="$2" replace="$3"
- local pre post="${text}" result=""
- while [ x"${pre}" != x"${text}" ] ; do
- post="${text}"
- pre="${text%%$search*}"
- post="${text#*$search}"
- if [ x"${pre}" != x"${text}" ] ; then
- result="${result}${pre}${replace}"
- text="${post}"
- fi
- done
- printf "%s" "${result}${post}"
-}
-
-###
-# char *make_sed_label(char *pdnsd_label)
-#
-# Translate pdnsd's label into sed's label
-make_sed_label() {
- local label="$1"
- label="$(replace "${label}" "-" "_")"
- label="$(replace "${label}" "." "_")"
- printf "%s" "${label}"
-}
-
-# char *compose_lines(...)
-#
-# Compose a sed command that prints lines
-compose_lines() {
- local line result
- for line in "$@" ; do
- result="${result}i\\\\\\n$(replace "${line}" " " "\\t")\\n"
- done
- printf "%s" "${result}"
-}
-
-###
-# char *build_settings(char *nameservers, char *domains, char *directive)
-#
-# Builds configuration part @SETUP@ of sed script. The directive parameter denotes
-# if the domains are to be included ("include") or excluded ("exclude"). This
-# involves options like
-#
-# (1) # [nameserver list is empty]
-# preset=off;
-#
-# (2) # [domain list is empty]
-# preset=on;
-# ip="address","address"...;
-#
-# (3) # [directive=="include"]
-# preset=on;
-# ip="address","address"...;
-# include=".domain.",".domain."...;
-# policy=excluded;
-#
-# (4) # [directive=="exclude"]
-# preset=on;
-# ip="address","address"...;
-# exclude=".domain.",".domain."...;
-# policy=included;
-#
-# Note: Currently there will always be only one domain in "include" directive.
-#
-build_settings() {
- local ns="$1" domains="$2" directive="$3"
- if [ -n "${ns}" ] ; then
- local x list_ns list_domains
- for x in ${ns} ; do
- list_ns="${list_ns},\"${x}\""
- done
- list_ns="${list_ns#,}"
- if [ -n "${domains}" ] ; then
- for x in ${domains} ; do
- list_domains="${list_domains},\".${x}.\""
- done
- list_domains="${list_domains#,}"
- if [ x"$directive" = x"include" ]; then
- compose_lines \
- " preset=on;" \
- " ip=${list_ns};" \
- " include=${list_domains};" \
- " policy=excluded;"
- else
- compose_lines \
- " preset=on;" \
- " ip=${list_ns};" \
- " exclude=${list_domains};" \
- " policy=included;"
- fi
- else
- compose_lines \
- " preset=on;" \
- " ip=${list_ns};"
- fi
- else
- compose_lines \
- " preset=off;"
- fi
-}
-
-###
-# char *build_match_labels(char *domains...)
-#
-# Build the label match part of the sed script
-#
-build_match_labels() {
- local domain result label destination new_match
- for domain in "$@" ; do
- label="$(make_pdnsd_label "${domain}")"
- rule="$(make_sed_label "${label}")"
- new_match="$(replace "${SED_MATCH_ONE_LABEL}" "@LABEL@" "${label}")"
- new_match="$(replace "${new_match}" "@RULE@" "${rule}")"
- result="${result}${new_match}\n"
- done
- printf "%s" "${result}"
-}
-
-###
-# char *build_domain_list_logic(char *domains, char *directive)
-#
-# Build a logic for changing (removing) domains from a directive.
-#
-build_domain_list_logic() {
- local domains="$1" directive="$2"
- local x domain_list logic
-
- # Domains should be pipe separated list
- for x in ${domains}; do
- x=".${x%.}"
- x="$(replace "${x}" "." "\\.")"
- domain_list="${domain_list}|${x}"
- done
- domain_list="${domain_list#|}"
-
- if [ -z "${domain_list}" ]; then
- logic="p;"
- else
- logic="$(replace "${SED_DOMAIN_LIST_LOGIC}" "@DOMAINS@" "${domain_list}")"
- logic="$(replace "${logic}" "@DIRECTIVE@" "${directive}")"
- fi
- printf "%s" "${logic}"
-}
-
-###
-# char *build_edit_part(char *domain, char *nameservers, \
-# char *add_domains, char *remove_domains,
-# char *directive)
-#
-# Build edit part of the sed script for a particular domain. Domain can be
-# empty in the case it is the "resolvconf" server part.
-#
-build_edit_part() {
- local domain="$1" nameservers="$2" add_domains="$3" remove_domains="$4"
- local directive="$5"
- local setup label rule logic result
-
- setup="$(build_settings "${nameservers}" "${add_domains}" "${directive}")"
- label="$(make_pdnsd_label "${domain}")"
- rule="$(make_sed_label "${label}")"
- logic="$(build_domain_list_logic "${remove_domains}" "${directive}")"
- result="$(replace "${SED_EDIT_ONE_SERVER}" "@SETUP@" "${setup}")"
- result="$(replace "${result}" "@EXCLUDE_LOGIC@" "${logic}")"
- result="$(replace "${result}" "@RULE@" "${rule}")"
- printf "%s\n" "${result}"
-}
-
-###
-# char *get_domain_nameservers(char *domain, char *domain_config...)
-#
-# Get the list of nameservers belonging to one particular domain.
-#
-# Domain configuration is a space separated list of pair <domain>,<ip>.
-#
-get_domain_nameservers() {
- local domain="$1" ns
- shift
- for x in "$@" ; do
- if [ x"${x%,*}" = x"${domain}" ] ; then
- ns="${ns} ${x#*,}"
- fi
- done
- ns="$(uniqify ${ns})"
- printf "%s" "${ns}"
-}
-
-###
-# char *build_domain_edit_part(char *domain, char *domain_config...)
-#
-# Parse the list of domain configurations and build settings for one particular
-# domain for the sed script.
-#
-# Domain configuration is a space separated list of pair <domain>,<ip>.
-#
-build_domain_edit_part() {
- local domain="$1" ns
- shift
- ns="$(get_domain_nameservers "${domain}" "$@")"
- build_edit_part "${domain}" "${ns}" "${domain}" "" "include"
-}
-
-###
-# char *build_add_part(char *add, char *domains...)
-#
-# Build add part of the sed script for all domains that needs to be added
-#
-build_add_part() {
- local add="$1" x label rule add_part new_part result
- shift
- for x in ${add} ; do
- local domain="${x}" ns
- ns="$(get_domain_nameservers "${domain}" "$@")"
- label="$(make_pdnsd_label "${domain}")"
- rule="$(make_sed_label ${label})"
- new_part="$(compose_lines "server {" " label=\"${label}\";")"
- new_part="${new_part}$(build_settings "${ns}" "${domain}" "include")"
- new_part="${new_part}$(compose_lines "}" "")"
- add_part="${add_part}${new_part}"
- done
- result="$(replace "${SED_ADDING}" "@SETUP@" "${add_part}")"
- printf "%s" "${result}"
-}
-
-###
-# char *build_sed_script(char *nameservers, char *domain_config,
-# char *change, char *add,
-# char *active_domains, char *known_domains)
-#
-# Build the full sed script from the list of nameservers, list of domains
-# (in format <domain>,<ip>), list of changed domains, list of added domains,
-# list of activly used domains and a list of all known domains.
-#
-build_sed_script() {
- local ns="$1" domain_config="$2" change="$3" add="$4"
- local active_domains="$5" known_domains="$6"
-
- local match_labels="$(build_match_labels ${change})"
-
- local edit_changed x
- for x in ${change} ; do
- edit_changed="${edit_changed}$( \
- build_domain_edit_part "${x}" ${domain_config})"
- done
- edit_changed="${edit_changed}$( \
- build_edit_part "" "${ns}" "${active_domains}" "${known_domains}" "exclude")"
-
- local added
- added="$(build_add_part "${add}" ${domain_config})"
-
- local full
- full="$(replace "${SED_LOOP}" "@MATCH_LABELS@" "${match_labels}")"
- printf "%b\n" "${full}"
- printf "%b\n" "${edit_changed}"
- printf "%b" "${added}"
-}
-
-###
-# char *read_configured_domains(char *config_file)
-#
-# Reads labels of servers starting with resolvconf* from the configuration file.
-#
-read_configured_domains() {
- local config_file="$1" result
- result="\
- $(sed -nre 's/^[[:space:]]+label=\"?resolvconf-([^;\"]*)\";.*/\1/p' \
- ${config_file})"
- printf "%s" "${result}"
-}
-
-###
-# void installation_check(char *config_file)
-#
-# Check if the pdnsd is installed and can be configured. Prepare also the file
-# for resolvconf.
-#
-installation_check() {
- local config_file="$1"
- if [ -e "${config_file}" ] ; then
- if ! grep ${INSTALLATION_CHECK} "${config_file}" >/dev/null 2>&1; then
- printf "%s\n" "${COMMENT}" >> "${config_file}"
- printf "\n%s\n" "${BASIC_SETTINGS}" >> "${config_file}"
- fi
- return 0
- else
- return 1
- fi
-}
-
-###
-# void initialization(char *config_file)
-#
-# Setup basic variables NAMESERVERS, DOMAINS an CONFIGURED_DOMAINS
-#
-initialization() {
- local config_file="$1"
-
- # Compatibility fix for new openresolv-2.0
- if [ -z "${NEWNS}" -a -n "${NAMESERVERS}" ]; then
- NEWDOMAIN=$(replace "${DOMAINS}" ":" ",")
- NEWSEARCH=
- NEWNS=${NAMESERVERS}
- DOMAINS=
- NAMESERVERS=
- SEARCH=
- fi
-
- for N in ${NEWNS} ; do
- NAMESERVERS="${NAMESERVERS} ${N}"
- done
-
- for N in ${NEWSEARCH} ; do
- NAMESERVERS="${NAMESERVERS} ${N#*,}"
- done
-
- for DN in ${NEWDOMAIN} ; do
- DOMAINS="${DOMAINS} ${DN%%,*}"
- done
-
- CONFIGURED_DOMAINS=$(read_configured_domains ${config_file})
-
- NAMESERVERS=$(uniqify ${NAMESERVERS})
- DOMAINS=$(uniqify ${DOMAINS})
- CONFIGURED_DOMAINS=$(uniqify ${CONFIGURED_DOMAINS})
-}
-
-###
-# void find_changed_and_added(char *configured, char *domains)
-#
-# Find already configured and newly added domains. Sets variables
-# CHANGE_DOMAINS, ADD_DOMAINS and KNOWN_DOMAINS.
-#
-find_changed_and_added() {
- local configured="$1" domains="$2" x
-
- KNOWN_DOMAINS="${CONFIGURED_DOMAINS} ${DOMAINS}"
-
- # Find what has to be disabled
- for x in ${configured} ; do
- case " ${domains} " in
- *" ${x} "*) ;;
- *) CHANGE_DOMAINS="${CHANGE_DOMAINS} ${x}" ;;
- esac
- done
-
- # Find what has to be added
- for x in ${domains} ; do
- case " ${configured} " in
- *" ${x} "*) CHANGE_DOMAINS="${CHANGE_DOMAINS} ${x}" ;;
- *) ADD_DOMAINS="${ADD_DOMAINS} ${x}" ;;
- esac
- done
-
- ADD_DOMAINS=$(uniqify ${ADD_DOMAINS})
- CHANGE_DOMAINS=$(uniqify ${CHANGE_DOMAINS})
- KNOWN_DOMAINS=$(uniqify ${KNOWN_DOMAINS})
-}
-
-###
-# bool make_configuration_change(char *config_file, char *backup_suffix,
-# char *sed_script)
-#
-# Applies any configuration change. Returns true, if there was a change.
-#
-make_configuration_change() {
- local config_file="$1" backup_suffix="$2" sed_script="$3"
- local old_config new_config
-
- old_config="$(cat "${config_file}")"
-
- # Sanity check: add '}' at the end of the file
- new_config=$( (printf "%s" "${old_config}" && printf "\n}" ) | \
- sed -nre "${sed_script}")
- # Now remove what we added
- new_config=${new_config%?\}}
-
- if [ x"${old_config}" != x"${new_config}" ] ; then
- cp ${config_file} ${config_file}${backup_suffix}
- printf "%s\n" "${new_config}" > "${config_file}"
- return 0
- else
- return 1
- fi
-}
-
-################################################################################
-# Main part
-
-# Check, if pdnsd configuration file is installed and possibly prepare it
-installation_check "${PDNSDCONFIG}" || exit 0
-
-# Basic initialization of NAMESERVERS, DOMAINS and CONFIGURED_DOMAINS
-initialization "${PDNSDCONFIG}"
-
-find_changed_and_added "${CONFIGURED_DOMAINS}" "${DOMAINS}"
-
-sed_script="$(build_sed_script "${NAMESERVERS}" "${NEWDOMAIN}" \
- "${CHANGE_DOMAINS}" "${ADD_DOMAINS}" \
- "${DOMAINS}" "${KNOWN_DOMAINS}")"
-
-# Check if the config changed
-if make_configuration_change "${PDNSDCONFIG}" "${BACKUPSUFFIX}" "${sed_script}" ; then
- # Checks for running pdnsd
- [ -x /usr/sbin/pdnsd-ctl ] || exit 0
- [ -e /var/cache/pdnsd/pdnsd.status ] || exit 0
-
- # Reload config files
- /usr/sbin/pdnsd-ctl config >/dev/null 2>&1
-fi
-
-exit 0