core86: Do all other fancy kernel updating stuff
[ipfire-2.x.git] / config / rootfiles / core / 86 / update.sh
index 7911a11..c1ea59c 100644 (file)
 . /opt/pakfire/lib/functions.sh
 /usr/local/bin/backupctrl exclude >/dev/null 2>&1
 
-# Find root device
-function find_root_device() {
-       while read -r dev mountpoint fs options; do
-               # Skip generic entries
-               [ "${dev}" = "rootfs" ] && continue
-
-               if [ "${mountpoint}" = "/" ]; then
-                       echo "${mountpoint}"
-                       break
-               fi
-       done < /proc/mounts
+function add_to_backup ()
+{
+       # Add path to ROOTFILES but remove old entries to prevent double
+       # files in the tar
+       grep -v "^$1" /opt/pakfire/tmp/ROOTFILES > /opt/pakfire/tmp/ROOTFILES.tmp
+       mv /opt/pakfire/tmp/ROOTFILES.tmp /opt/pakfire/tmp/ROOTFILES
+       echo $1 >> /opt/pakfire/tmp/ROOTFILES
 }
 
+#
 # Remove old core updates from pakfire cache to save space...
 core=86
-for (( i=1; i<=$core; i++ ))
+for (( i=1; i<=${core}; i++ ))
 do
        rm -f /var/cache/pakfire/core-upgrade-*-$i.ipfire
 done
 
-# Stop services
+#
+# Do some sanity checks.
+case $(uname -r) in
+       *-ipfire-versatile )
+               /usr/bin/logger -p syslog.emerg -t ipfire \
+                       "core-update-${core}: ERROR cannot update. versatile support is dropped."
+               # Report no error to pakfire. So it does not try to install it again.
+               exit 0
+               ;;
+       *-ipfire* )
+               # Ok.
+               ;;
+       * )
+               /usr/bin/logger -p syslog.emerg -t ipfire \
+                       "core-update-${core}: ERROR cannot update. No IPFire Kernel."
+               exit 1
+       ;;
+esac
 
-# Remove old files
 
-# Extract files
-extract_files
+#
+#
+KVER="xxxKVERxxx"
 
-# Start services
+#
+# check if we the backup file already exist
+if [ -e /var/ipfire/backup/core-upgrade${core}_${KVER}.tar.xz ]; then
+    echo Moving backup to backup-old ...
+    mv -f /var/ipfire/backup/core-upgrade${core}_${KVER}.tar.xz \
+       /var/ipfire/backup/core-upgrade${core}_${KVER}-old.tar.xz
+fi
+echo First we made a backup of all files that was inside of the
+echo update archive. This may take a while ...
+# Add some files that are not in the package to backup
+add_to_backup lib/modules
+add_to_backup boot
+
+# Backup the files
+tar cJvf /var/ipfire/backup/core-upgrade${core}_${KVER}.tar.xz \
+    -C / -T /opt/pakfire/tmp/ROOTFILES --exclude='#*' --exclude='/var/cache' > /dev/null 2>&1
+
+# Check diskspace on root
+ROOTSPACE=`df / -Pk | sed "s| * | |g" | cut -d" " -f4 | tail -n 1`
+
+if [ $ROOTSPACE -lt 100000 ]; then
+       /usr/bin/logger -p syslog.emerg -t ipfire \
+               "core-update-${core}: ERROR cannot update because not enough free space on root."
+       exit 2
+fi
+
+
+echo
+echo Update Kernel to $KVER ...
+#
+# Remove old kernel, configs, initrd, modules ...
+#
+rm -rf /boot/System.map-*
+rm -rf /boot/config-*
+rm -rf /boot/ipfirerd-*
+rm -rf /boot/vmlinuz-*
+rm -rf /boot/uImage-ipfire-*
+rm -rf /boot/uInit-ipfire-*
+rm -rf /lib/modules
+
+case "$(uname -m)" in
+       i?86)
+               # Backup grub.conf
+               cp -vf /boot/grub/grub.conf /boot/grub-legacy.conf
+
+               # Remove all files that belong to GRUB-legacy
+               rm -rfv /boot/grub
+               ;;
+esac
+#
+#Stop services
+/etc/init.d/snort stop
+/etc/init.d/squid stop
+/etc/init.d/ipsec stop
+/etc/init.d/apache stop
+
+#
+#Extract files
+tar xavf /opt/pakfire/tmp/files* --no-overwrite-dir -p --numeric-owner -C /
+
+# Check diskspace on boot
+BOOTSPACE=`df /boot -Pk | sed "s| * | |g" | cut -d" " -f4 | tail -n 1`
+
+if [ $BOOTSPACE -lt 1000 ]; then
+       case $(uname -r) in
+               *-ipfire-kirkwood )
+                       # Special handling for old kirkwood images.
+                       # (install only kirkwood kernel)
+                       rm -rf /boot/*
+                       tar xavf /opt/pakfire/tmp/files* --no-overwrite-dir -p \
+                               --numeric-owner -C / --wildcards 'boot/*-kirkwood*'
+                       ;;
+               * )
+                       /usr/bin/logger -p syslog.emerg -t ipfire \
+                               "core-update-${core}: FATAL-ERROR space run out on boot. System is not bootable..."
+                       /etc/init.d/apache start
+                       exit 4
+                       ;;
+       esac
+fi
 
 # Update Language cache
 perl -e "require '/var/ipfire/lang.pl'; &Lang::BuildCacheLang"
 
-# Upgrade to GRUB2
-root_device="$(find_root_device)"
-if ! grub-install "${root_device}"; then
-       if ! grub-install --force "${root_device}"; then
-               echo "Could not update the bootloader!"
+# Add nobody to group dialout
+usermod -a -G dialout nobody
+
+#
+# Start services
+#
+/etc/init.d/apache start
+/etc/init.d/squid start
+/etc/init.d/snort start
+if [ `grep "ENABLED=on" /var/ipfire/vpn/settings` ]; then
+       /etc/init.d/ipsec start
+fi
+
+case "$(uname -m)" in
+       i?86)
+               #
+               # Update to GRUB2
+               #
+               echo
+               echo Update grub configuration ...
+               if grep -qE "^serial" /boot/grub-legacy.conf; then
+                       sed -i /etc/default/grub \
+                               -e "s| panic=10 | console=ttyS0,115200n8 panic=10 |g"
+                       echo "GRUB_TERMINAL=\"serial\"" >> /etc/default/grub
+                       echo "GRUB_SERIAL_COMMAND=\"serial --unit=0 --speed=115200\"" >> /etc/default/grub
+               fi
+               grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
+
+               ROOT=$(mount | grep " / " | cut -d" " -f1)
+               ROOT=${ROOT::-1}
+
+               if ! grub-install --no-floppy --recheck "${ROOT}"; then
+                       if ! grub-install --no-floppy --recheck --force "${ROOT}"; then
+                               logger -p syslog.emerg -t ipfire \
+                                       "Could not update the bootloader!"
+                       fi
+               fi
+               ;;
+esac
+
+# Force (re)install pae kernel if pae is supported
+rm -rf /opt/pakfire/db/*/meta-linux-pae
+if [ ! "$(grep "^flags.* pae " /proc/cpuinfo)" == "" ]; then
+       ROOTSPACE=`df / -Pk | sed "s| * | |g" | cut -d" " -f4 | tail -n 1`
+       BOOTSPACE=`df /boot -Pk | sed "s| * | |g" | cut -d" " -f4 | tail -n 1`
+       if [ $BOOTSPACE -lt 12000 -o $ROOTSPACE -lt 90000 ]; then
+               /usr/bin/logger -p syslog.emerg -t ipfire \
+                       "core-update-${core}: WARNING not enough space for pae kernel."
+       else
+               echo "Name: linux-pae" > /opt/pakfire/db/installed/meta-linux-pae
+               echo "ProgVersion: 0" >> /opt/pakfire/db/installed/meta-linux-pae
+               echo "Release: 0"     >> /opt/pakfire/db/installed/meta-linux-pae
+               echo "Name: linux-pae" > /opt/pakfire/db/meta/meta-linux-pae
+               echo "ProgVersion: 0" >> /opt/pakfire/db/meta/meta-linux-pae
+               echo "Release: 0"     >> /opt/pakfire/db/meta/meta-linux-pae
        fi
 fi
 
+# Force reinstall xen kernel if it was installed
+if [ -e "/opt/pakfire/db/installed/meta-linux-xen" ]; then
+       echo "Name: linux-xen" > /opt/pakfire/db/installed/meta-linux-xen
+       echo "ProgVersion: 0" >> /opt/pakfire/db/installed/meta-linux-xen
+       echo "Release: 0"     >> /opt/pakfire/db/installed/meta-linux-xen
+       echo "Name: linux-xen" > /opt/pakfire/db/meta/meta-linux-xen
+       echo "ProgVersion: 0" >> /opt/pakfire/db/meta/meta-linux-xen
+       echo "Release: 0"     >> /opt/pakfire/db/meta/meta-linux-xen
+       # Add xvc0 to /etc/securetty
+       echo "xvc0" >> /etc/securetty
+fi
+
+#
+# After pakfire has ended run it again and update the lists and do upgrade
+#
+echo '#!/bin/bash'                                        >  /tmp/pak_update
+echo 'while [ "$(ps -A | grep " update.sh")" != "" ]; do' >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo '    sleep 1'                                        >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo 'done'                                               >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo 'while [ "$(ps -A | grep " pakfire")" != "" ]; do'   >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo '    sleep 1'                                        >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo 'done'                                               >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo '/opt/pakfire/pakfire update -y --force'             >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo '/opt/pakfire/pakfire upgrade -y'                    >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo '/opt/pakfire/pakfire upgrade -y'                    >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo '/opt/pakfire/pakfire upgrade -y'                    >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo '/usr/bin/logger -p syslog.emerg -t ipfire "Core-upgrade finished. If you use a customized grub.cfg"' >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo '/usr/bin/logger -p syslog.emerg -t ipfire "Check it before reboot !!!"' >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo '/usr/bin/logger -p syslog.emerg -t ipfire " *** Please reboot... *** "' >> /tmp/pak_update
+echo 'touch /var/run/need_reboot ' >> /tmp/pak_update
+#
+killall -KILL pak_update
+chmod +x /tmp/pak_update
+/tmp/pak_update &
+
 sync
 
-# This update need a reboot...
-touch /var/run/need_reboot
+#
+#Finish
+(
+       /etc/init.d/fireinfo start
+       sendprofile
+) >/dev/null 2>&1 &
+
+# Update Package list for addon installation
+/opt/pakfire/pakfire update -y --force
 
-# Finish
-/etc/init.d/fireinfo start
-sendprofile
+echo
+echo Please wait until pakfire has ended...
+echo
 
 # Don't report the exitcode last command
 exit 0