File ifup-route of Package openstack-octavia

#!/bin/bash
# Copyright (c) 2018 SuSE Linux AG Nuernberg, Germany. All rights reserved.
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
# the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
# Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later
# version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
# ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
# FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License for more
# details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with
# this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
#
# Author: Marius  Tomaschewski <mt@suse.de>
#         Swaminathan Vasudevan <svasudevan@suse.com>
# Based on rcroute: Burchard Steinbild <bs@suse.de>, 1996
#                   Werner Fink <werner@suse.de>, 1996-2000
#
# $Id$
#
usage () {
	echo $@
	echo "Usage: if{up,down}-route [<config>] <interface> [-o <options>]"
	echo ""
	echo "Options are:"
	echo "    dhcp     : we are called from dhcp client (read only ifroute-*)" 
	echo "All other or wrong options are silently ignored"
	exit $R_USAGE
}

SCRIPTNAME=${0##*/}
case "$SCRIPTNAME" in
	ifup-route) ACTION=replace ;;
	ifdown-route) ACTION=del ;;
	*) usage
esac
case "$1" in ""|-h|*help*) usage; esac
CONFIG=$1
shift
if [ -n "$1" -a "$1" != "-o" ] ; then
	INTERFACE=$1
else
	INTERFACE=$CONFIG
fi
shift
test "$1" = "-o" && shift
OPTIONS="$@"
MODE=manual
while [ $# -gt 0 ]; do
	case $1 in
		boot|onboot) MODE=auto ;;
		hotplug)     MODE=auto ;;
		rc)          export RUN_FROM_RC=yes
		             SUPPRESS_ERROR_MESSAGE=yes ;;
		quiet)       be_quiet_has_gone ;;
		dhcp)        DHCP=yes ;;
		*)           echo "unknown option $1 ignored" ;;
	esac
	shift
done

# The global route configuration file must not be read if we were called from
# dhcp client. In this case we only read the ifroute-* file.
if [ "$DHCP" != yes ] ; then
	ROUTECONF=routes
fi
test -f $ROUTECONF || ROUTECONF=""
EXTRAROUTECONF=ifroute-$CONFIG
test -f $EXTRAROUTECONF || EXTRAROUTECONF=""

read_routes() {
        test -r "$1" || return
        local DEST GWAY MASK IFACE OPTS
        while read DEST GWAY MASK NDEV OPTS; do
                test -z "$GWAY" && GWAY=-
                test -z "$MASK" && MASK=-
                test -z "$IFACE" -o "$IFACE" = "-" && IFACE="$INTERFACE"
                echo $DEST $GWAY $MASK $NDEV $OPTS
        done < <(cat "$1" ; echo)
}

is_iface_up () {
	test -z "$1" && return 1
	test -d /sys/class/net/$1 || return 1
	case "`LC_ALL=POSIX ip link show $1 2>/dev/null`" in
		*$1*UP*) ;;
		*) return 1 ;;
	esac
}

filter_routes()
{
	LANG=C LC_ALL=C gawk -vrp="$ROUTE_PROTOS" -- \
	'/proto [^ ]+/ {
		if(length(rp) > 0 && match($0,"proto ("rp")")) {
			print $0;
		}
		next;
	}
	{ print $0;}'
}

pop_route_stack () {
	# The default route stack consists of files named route-stack-<i>-<X>-<Y>.
	# If the topmost entry (with highest i) has for Y the current interface, then
	# the current interface hosts the current default route. We can look for the
	# current default route interface via 'ip route', but in one case thsi does not
	# work. 
	# NICs that are handled by '/sbin/hotplug' (cardmgr behaves different) loose
	# their registered interface immediately when the NIC is ejected. Therefore
	# we must get the name of the current default route interface from the stack
	# itself and not via 'ip route'.

	local f g # variables for route-stack-* filenames

	# At first look for the current default route interface via 'ip route' and store
	# it in $DR_IFACE.
	set -- `ip -4 route show | filter_routes` 
	while [ "$1" != default -a $# -gt 0 ] ; do shift; done
	while [ "$1" != dev -a $# -gt 0 ] ; do shift; done
	DR_IFACE=$2
	if [ -z "$DR_IFACE" ] ; then
		# Get the latest stack entry (with highest number)
		for f in $ROUTESTACKDIR/route-stack-*-*-* ; do true; done
		IFS=-; set -- $f; DR_IFACE=$5; unset IFS
	fi
	# If $DR_IFACE equals $INTERFACE we have to restore the previous default
	# route. That means we look for the newest route-stack-X-$INTERFACE (which in
	# this case should be the newest route-stack-X-*). This file may be deleted
	# after the default route via dev X was restored.
	# 
	# Then we look for the newest route-stack-$INTERFACE-X and again for the now
	# newest route-stack-Y-$INTERFACE. If X==Y these files may just be deleted.
	# If X!=Y and there  is no route-stack-Y-X we have to copy
	# route-stack-Y-$INTERFACE to route-stack-Y-X and delete the two old files
	# afterwards.
	# Repeat that until no more route-stack-*-$INTERFACE exists.
	#
	# Finally remove all route-stack-$INTERFACE-*.
	#
	if [ "$DR_IFACE" = "$INTERFACE" ] ; then
		local restore_nullglob="$(shopt -p nullglob)"
		shopt -s nullglob
		for f in $ROUTESTACKDIR/route-stack-*-*-${INTERFACE} ; do true; done
		eval $restore_nullglob
		IFS=-; set -- $f; OLDDEFROUTEIFACE=$4; unset IFS
		read OLDDEFROUTEARGS < ${f:-<(echo)}
	fi
	while true ; do 
		for f in $ROUTESTACKDIR/route-stack-*-*-${INTERFACE} ; do true; done
		for g in $ROUTESTACKDIR/route-stack-*-${INTERFACE}-* ; do true; done
		test -f "$f" -a -f "$g" || break
		IFS=-
		set -- $f ; fi=$4
		set -- $g ; gi=$5
		unset IFS
		if [ "$fi" != "$gi" ] ; then
			declare -i i
			read i < $ROUTESTACKDIR/route-stack-number
			i=$((i+1))
			echo $i > $ROUTESTACKDIR/route-stack-number
			ii=`printf "%.6d\n" $i`
			cp -v $f $ROUTESTACKDIR/route-stack-$ii-${fi}-${gi}
		fi
		rm -vf $f $g
	done
	test -z "$OLDDEFROUTEARGS"    && return 1
	test -z "$OLDDEFROUTEIFACE"   && return
	is_iface_up $OLDDEFROUTEIFACE && return || return 1
}

reverse ()
{
	local LINE
	while read -r LINE ; do
		case "$LINE" in \#*|"") continue ;; esac
		test "$ACTION" = "del" && reverse
		echo "$LINE"
	done
}

while read DEST GWAY MASK NDEV OPTS ; do
	case $DEST in ""|\#*) continue ;; esac
	case $GWAY in -) unset GWAY ;; esac
	case $MASK in -) unset MASK ;; esac
	case $NDEV in -) unset NDEV  ;; esac
	case $OPTS in -) unset OPTS ;; esac

	ifname=${ifname:-$NDEV}
        if [ "$ACTION" == "replace" ]; then
		case $GWAY$ifname in "") continue ;; esac
		case $GWAY in
		*:*)	ver="-6" ;;
		*.*)	ver="-4" ;;
		*)	case $DEST in
			*:*) ver="-6" ;;
			*.*) ver="-4" ;;
			esac	 ;;
		esac

		/bin/ip ${ver} route replace \
			${DEST}${GWAY:+ via $GWAY }${ifname:+ dev $ifname }${OPTS}

		## TODO: catch false errors
	fi
        if [ "$ACTION" == "del" ]; then
        	pop_route_stack && /bin/ip route replace to $OLDDEFROUTEARGS
        fi

done < <(reverse < <(${ROUTECONF:+cat $ROUTECONF}; echo; \
                     read_routes $EXTRAROUTECONF)  )

exit 0