Module: OsCtld::ContainerControl::Utils::Runscript::Runner

Included in:
Commands::Exec::Runner, Commands::Runscript::Runner
Defined in:
lib/osctld/container_control/utils/runscript.rb

Instance Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Details

#runscript_run(opts) ⇒ Object

Execute script in a stopped container

Parameters:

  • opts (Hash)

Options Hash (opts):

  • :script (String)

    path to the script relative to the rootfs

  • :stdin (IO)
  • :stdout (IO)
  • :stderr (IO)
  • :close_fds (Array<IO>)
  • :wait (Boolean)


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# File 'lib/osctld/container_control/utils/runscript.rb', line 44

def runscript_run(opts)
  pid = Process.fork do
    STDIN.reopen(opts[:stdin])
    STDOUT.reopen(opts[:stdout])
    STDERR.reopen(opts[:stderr]) if opts[:stderr]

    opts[:close_fds] && opts[:close_fds].each { |fd| fd.close }

    setup_exec_run_env

    cmd = [
      'lxc-execute',
      '-P', lxc_home,
      '-n', ctid,
      '-o', log_file,
      '-s', "lxc.environment=PATH=#{system_path.join(':')}",
      '-s', "lxc.environment=HOME=/root",
      '-s', "lxc.environment=USER=root",
      '--',
      opts[:script],
    ]

    # opts[:cmd] can contain an arbitrary command with multiple arguments
    # and quotes, so the mapping to process arguments is not clear. We use
    # the shell to handle this.
    Process.exec("exec #{cmd.join(' ')}")
  end

  if opts[:wait] === false
    pid
  else
    _, status = Process.wait2(pid)
    ok(status.exitstatus)
  end
end

#with_configured_network(opts) ⇒ Object

Start container with lxc-init, configure network and yield

opts has to contain path to a script that will be executed by lxc-init. The purpose of this script is to keep the container running while the network is being configured and the user command is executed. The script has to write `readyn` to standard output, then block on read from standard input and exit.

Parameters:

  • opts (Hash)

Options Hash (opts):

  • :init_script (String)

    path to the script used to control the container

  • :net_config (NetConfig)


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# File 'lib/osctld/container_control/utils/runscript.rb', line 92

def with_configured_network(opts)
  ret = nil

  # Pipes for communicating with opts[:init_script]
  in_r, in_w = IO.pipe
  out_r, out_w = IO.pipe

  # Start the container with lxc-init
  init_pid = runscript_run(
    id: ctid,
    script: opts[:init_script],
    stdin: in_r,
    stdout: out_w,
    stderr: nil,
    close_fds: [in_w, out_r],
    wait: false,
  )

  in_r.close
  out_w.close

  # Wait for the container to be started
  if out_r.readline.strip == 'ready'
    # Configure network
    pid = lxc_ct.attach do
      setup_exec_env
      ENV['HOME'] = '/root'
      ENV['USER'] = 'root'
      opts[:net_config].setup
    end

    Process.wait2(pid)

    # Execute user command
    ret = yield
  end

  # Closing in_w will bring down opts[:init_script] and stop the container
  in_w.close
  out_r.close

  _, status = Process.wait2(init_pid)
  ret || ok(status.exitstatus)
end