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# Copyright 1998-2007 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Id$
from portage.checksum import perform_md5
from import portage_gid, portage_uid, secpass
from portage.dbapi import dbapi
from portage.dep import dep_getslot, use_reduce, paren_reduce, isvalidatom, \
isjustname, dep_getkey, match_from_list
from portage.exception import InvalidPackageName, InvalidAtom, \
FileNotFound, PermissionDenied, UnsupportedAPIException
from portage.locks import lockdir, unlockdir
from portage.output import bold, red, green
from portage.update import fixdbentries
from portage.util import apply_secpass_permissions, ConfigProtect, ensure_dirs, \
writemsg, writemsg_stdout, write_atomic, atomic_ofstream, writedict, \
grabfile, grabdict, normalize_path, new_protect_filename, getlibpaths
from portage.versions import pkgsplit, catpkgsplit, catsplit, best, pkgcmp
from portage import listdir, dep_expand, flatten, key_expand, \
doebuild_environment, doebuild, env_update, prepare_build_dirs, \
abssymlink, movefile, _movefile, bsd_chflags, cpv_getkey
from portage.elog import elog_process
from portage.elog.messages import ewarn
from portage.elog.filtering import filter_mergephases, filter_unmergephases
import os, re, sys, stat, errno, commands, copy, time, subprocess
from itertools import izip
import cPickle
except ImportError:
import pickle as cPickle
class PreservedLibsRegistry(object):
""" This class handles the tracking of preserved library objects """
def __init__(self, filename, autocommit=True):
""" @param filename: absolute path for saving the preserved libs records
@type filename: String
@param autocommit: determines if the file is written after every update
@type autocommit: Boolean
self._filename = filename
self._autocommit = autocommit
def load(self):
""" Reload the registry data from file """
self._data = cPickle.load(open(self._filename, "r"))
except IOError, e:
if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
self._data = {}
elif e.errno == PermissionDenied.errno:
raise PermissionDenied(self._filename)
raise e
def store(self):
""" Store the registry data to file. No need to call this if autocommit
was enabled.
f = atomic_ofstream(self._filename)
cPickle.dump(self._data, f)
def register(self, cpv, slot, counter, paths):
""" Register new objects in the registry. If there is a record with the
same packagename (internally derived from cpv) and slot it is
overwritten with the new data.
@param cpv: package instance that owns the objects
@type cpv: CPV (as String)
@param slot: the value of SLOT of the given package instance
@type slot: String
@param counter: vdb counter value for the package instace
@type counter: Integer
@param paths: absolute paths of objects that got preserved during an update
@type paths: List
cp = "/".join(catpkgsplit(cpv)[:2])
cps = cp+":"+slot
if len(paths) == 0 and self._data.has_key(cps) \
and self._data[cps][0] == cpv and int(self._data[cps][1]) == int(counter):
del self._data[cps]
elif len(paths) > 0:
self._data[cps] = (cpv, counter, paths)
if self._autocommit:
def unregister(self, cpv, slot, counter):
""" Remove a previous registration of preserved objects for the given package.
@param cpv: package instance whose records should be removed
@type cpv: CPV (as String)
@param slot: the value of SLOT of the given package instance
@type slot: String
self.register(cpv, slot, counter, [])
def pruneNonExisting(self):
""" Remove all records for objects that no longer exist on the filesystem. """
for cps in self._data.keys():
cpv, counter, paths = self._data[cps]
paths = [f for f in paths if os.path.exists(f)]
if len(paths) > 0:
self._data[cps] = (cpv, counter, paths)
del self._data[cps]
if self._autocommit:
def hasEntries(self):
""" Check if this registry contains any records. """
return len(self._data) > 0
def getPreservedLibs(self):
""" Return a mapping of packages->preserved objects.
@returns mapping of package instances to preserved objects
@rtype Dict cpv->list-of-paths
rValue = {}
for cps in self._data:
rValue[self._data[cps][0]] = self._data[cps][2]
return rValue
class LinkageMap(object):
def __init__(self, vardbapi):
self._dbapi = vardbapi
self._libs = {}
self._obj_properties = {}
self._defpath = getlibpaths()
def rebuild(self, include_file=None):
libs = {}
obj_properties = {}
lines = []
for cpv in self._dbapi.cpv_all():
lines += grabfile(self._dbapi.getpath(cpv, filename="NEEDED.ELF.2"))
if include_file:
lines += grabfile(include_file)
# have to call scanelf for preserved libs here as they aren't
# registered in NEEDED.ELF.2 files
if self._dbapi.plib_registry and self._dbapi.plib_registry.getPreservedLibs():
args = ["/usr/bin/scanelf", "-yqF", "%a;%F;%S;%r;%n"]
for items in self._dbapi.plib_registry.getPreservedLibs().values():
args += items
proc = subprocess.Popen(args, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
output = [l[3:] for l in proc.communicate()[0].split("\n")]
lines += output
for l in lines:
if l.strip() == "":
fields = l.strip("\n").split(";")
if len(fields) < 5:
print "Error", fields
# insufficient field length
arch = fields[0]
obj = os.path.realpath(fields[1])
soname = fields[2]
path = fields[3].replace("${ORIGIN}", os.path.dirname(obj)).replace("$ORIGIN", os.path.dirname(obj)).split(":")
needed = fields[4].split(",")
if soname:
libs.setdefault(soname, {arch: {"providers": [], "consumers": []}})
libs[soname].setdefault(arch, {"providers": [], "consumers": []})
for x in needed:
libs.setdefault(x, {arch: {"providers": [], "consumers": []}})
libs[x].setdefault(arch, {"providers": [], "consumers": []})
obj_properties[obj] = (arch, needed, path, soname)
self._libs = libs
self._obj_properties = obj_properties
def listLibraryObjects(self):
rValue = []
if not self._libs:
for soname in self._libs:
for arch in self._libs[soname]:
return rValue
def findProviders(self, obj):
if not self._libs:
rValue = {}
if obj not in self._obj_properties:
obj = os.path.realpath(obj)
if obj not in self._obj_properties:
raise KeyError("%s not in object list" % obj)
arch, needed, path, soname = self._obj_properties[obj]
path = [os.path.realpath(x) for x in path]
for x in needed:
rValue[x] = set()
if x not in self._libs or arch not in self._libs[x]:
for y in self._libs[x][arch]["providers"]:
if x[0] == os.sep and os.path.realpath(x) == os.path.realpath(y):
elif os.path.realpath(os.path.dirname(y)) in path:
return rValue
def findConsumers(self, obj):
if not self._libs:
if obj not in self._obj_properties:
obj = os.path.realpath(obj)
if obj not in self._obj_properties:
raise KeyError("%s not in object list" % obj)
rValue = set()
for soname in self._libs:
for arch in self._libs[soname]:
if obj in self._libs[soname][arch]["providers"]:
for x in self._libs[soname][arch]["consumers"]:
path = self._obj_properties[x][2]
path = [os.path.realpath(y) for y in path+self._defpath]
if soname[0] == os.sep and os.path.realpath(soname) == os.path.realpath(obj):
elif os.path.realpath(os.path.dirname(obj)) in path:
return rValue
class vardbapi(dbapi):
_excluded_dirs = ["CVS", "lost+found"]
_excluded_dirs = [re.escape(x) for x in _excluded_dirs]
_excluded_dirs = re.compile(r'^(\..*|' + \
"|".join(_excluded_dirs) + r')$')
def __init__(self, root, categories=None, settings=None, vartree=None):
The categories parameter is unused since the dbapi class
now has a categories property that is generated from the
available packages.
self.root = root[:]
#cache for category directory mtimes
self.mtdircache = {}
#cache for dependency checks
self.matchcache = {}
#cache for cp_list results
self.cpcache = {}
self.blockers = None
if settings is None:
from portage import settings
self.settings = settings
if vartree is None:
from portage import db
vartree = db[root]["vartree"]
self.vartree = vartree
self._aux_cache_keys = set(
"repository", "RESTRICT" , "SLOT", "USE"])
self._aux_cache = None
self._aux_cache_version = "1"
self._aux_cache_filename = os.path.join(self.root,
CACHE_PATH.lstrip(os.path.sep), "vdb_metadata.pickle")
self._counter_path = os.path.join(root,
CACHE_PATH.lstrip(os.path.sep), "counter")
self.plib_registry = PreservedLibsRegistry(
os.path.join(self.root, PRIVATE_PATH, "preserved_libs_registry"))
except PermissionDenied:
# apparently this user isn't allowed to access PRIVATE_PATH
self.plib_registry = None
self.linkmap = LinkageMap(self)
def getpath(self, mykey, filename=None):
rValue = os.path.join(self.root, VDB_PATH, mykey)
if filename != None:
rValue = os.path.join(rValue, filename)
return rValue
def cpv_exists(self, mykey):
"Tells us whether an actual ebuild exists on disk (no masking)"
return os.path.exists(self.getpath(mykey))
def cpv_counter(self, mycpv):
"This method will grab the COUNTER. Returns a counter value."
return long(self.aux_get(mycpv, ["COUNTER"])[0])
except (KeyError, ValueError):
cdir = self.getpath(mycpv)
cpath = self.getpath(mycpv, filename="COUNTER")
# We write our new counter value to a new file that gets moved into
# place to avoid filesystem corruption on XFS (unexpected reboot.)
corrupted = 0
if os.path.exists(cpath):
cfile = open(cpath, "r")
counter = long(cfile.readline())
except ValueError:
print "portage: COUNTER for", mycpv, "was corrupted; resetting to value of 0"
counter = long(0)
corrupted = 1
elif os.path.exists(cdir):
mys = pkgsplit(mycpv)
myl = self.match(mys[0], use_cache=0)
print mys, myl
if len(myl) == 1:
# Only one package... Counter doesn't matter.
write_atomic(cpath, "1")
counter = 1
except SystemExit, e:
except Exception, e:
writemsg("!!! COUNTER file is missing for "+str(mycpv)+" in /var/db.\n",
writemsg("!!! Please run %s/ or\n" % PORTAGE_BIN_PATH,
writemsg("!!! unmerge this exact version.\n", noiselevel=-1)
writemsg("!!! %s\n" % e, noiselevel=-1)
writemsg("!!! COUNTER file is missing for "+str(mycpv)+" in /var/db.\n",
writemsg("!!! Please run %s/ or\n" % PORTAGE_BIN_PATH,
writemsg("!!! remerge the package.\n", noiselevel=-1)
counter = long(0)
if corrupted:
# update new global counter file
write_atomic(cpath, str(counter))
return counter
def cpv_inject(self, mycpv):
"injects a real package into our on-disk database; assumes mycpv is valid and doesn't already exist"
counter = self.counter_tick(self.root, mycpv=mycpv)
# write local package counter so that emerge clean does the right thing
write_atomic(self.getpath(mycpv, filename="COUNTER"), str(counter))
def isInjected(self, mycpv):
if self.cpv_exists(mycpv):
if os.path.exists(self.getpath(mycpv, filename="INJECTED")):
return True
if not os.path.exists(self.getpath(mycpv, filename="CONTENTS")):
return True
return False
def move_ent(self, mylist):
origcp = mylist[1]
newcp = mylist[2]
# sanity check
for cp in [origcp, newcp]:
if not (isvalidatom(cp) and isjustname(cp)):
raise InvalidPackageName(cp)
origmatches = self.match(origcp, use_cache=0)
moves = 0
if not origmatches:
return moves
for mycpv in origmatches:
mycpsplit = catpkgsplit(mycpv)
mynewcpv = newcp + "-" + mycpsplit[2]
mynewcat = newcp.split("/")[0]
if mycpsplit[3] != "r0":
mynewcpv += "-" + mycpsplit[3]
mycpsplit_new = catpkgsplit(mynewcpv)
origpath = self.getpath(mycpv)
if not os.path.exists(origpath):
moves += 1
if not os.path.exists(self.getpath(mynewcat)):
#create the directory
newpath = self.getpath(mynewcpv)
if os.path.exists(newpath):
#dest already exists; keep this puppy where it is.
_movefile(origpath, newpath, mysettings=self.settings)
# We need to rename the ebuild now.
old_pf = catsplit(mycpv)[1]
new_pf = catsplit(mynewcpv)[1]
if new_pf != old_pf:
os.rename(os.path.join(newpath, old_pf + ".ebuild"),
os.path.join(newpath, new_pf + ".ebuild"))
except EnvironmentError, e:
if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
del e
write_atomic(os.path.join(newpath, "PF"), new_pf+"\n")
write_atomic(os.path.join(newpath, "CATEGORY"), mynewcat+"\n")
fixdbentries([mylist], newpath)
return moves
def cp_list(self, mycp, use_cache=1):
if mysplit[0] == '*':
mysplit[0] = mysplit[0][1:]
mystat = os.stat(self.getpath(mysplit[0]))[stat.ST_MTIME]
except OSError:
mystat = 0
if use_cache and self.cpcache.has_key(mycp):
cpc = self.cpcache[mycp]
if cpc[0] == mystat:
return cpc[1][:]
cat_dir = self.getpath(mysplit[0])
dir_list = os.listdir(cat_dir)
except EnvironmentError, e:
from portage.exception import PermissionDenied
if e.errno == PermissionDenied.errno:
raise PermissionDenied(cat_dir)
del e
dir_list = []
returnme = []
for x in dir_list:
if x.startswith("."):
if x[0] == '-':
#writemsg(red("INCOMPLETE MERGE:")+str(x[len("-MERGING-"):])+"\n")
ps = pkgsplit(x)
if not ps:
self.invalidentry(os.path.join(self.getpath(mysplit[0]), x))
if len(mysplit) > 1:
if ps[0] == mysplit[1]:
if use_cache:
self.cpcache[mycp] = [mystat, returnme[:]]
elif self.cpcache.has_key(mycp):
del self.cpcache[mycp]
return returnme
def cpv_all(self, use_cache=1):
returnme = []
basepath = os.path.join(self.root, VDB_PATH) + os.path.sep
for x in listdir(basepath, EmptyOnError=1, ignorecvs=1, dirsonly=1):
if self._excluded_dirs.match(x) is not None:
if not self._category_re.match(x):
for y in listdir(basepath + x, EmptyOnError=1):
if self._excluded_dirs.match(y) is not None:
subpath = x + "/" + y
# -MERGING- should never be a cpv, nor should files.
if os.path.isdir(basepath + subpath) and (pkgsplit(y) is not None):
returnme += [subpath]
return returnme
def cp_all(self, use_cache=1):
mylist = self.cpv_all(use_cache=use_cache)
for y in mylist:
if y[0] == '*':
y = y[1:]
mysplit = catpkgsplit(y)
if not mysplit:
d[mysplit[0]+"/"+mysplit[1]] = None
return d.keys()
def checkblockers(self, origdep):
def match(self, origdep, use_cache=1):
"caching match function"
mydep = dep_expand(
origdep, mydb=self, use_cache=use_cache, settings=self.settings)
mykey = dep_getkey(mydep)
mycat = catsplit(mykey)[0]
if not use_cache:
if self.matchcache.has_key(mycat):
del self.mtdircache[mycat]
del self.matchcache[mycat]
mymatch = match_from_list(mydep,
self.cp_list(mykey, use_cache=use_cache))
myslot = dep_getslot(mydep)
if myslot is not None:
mymatch = [cpv for cpv in mymatch \
if self.aux_get(cpv, ["SLOT"])[0] == myslot]
return mymatch
curmtime = os.stat(self.root+VDB_PATH+"/"+mycat)[stat.ST_MTIME]
except (IOError, OSError):
if not self.matchcache.has_key(mycat) or not self.mtdircache[mycat]==curmtime:
# clear cache entry
self.mtdircache[mycat] = curmtime
self.matchcache[mycat] = {}
if not self.matchcache[mycat].has_key(mydep):
mymatch = match_from_list(mydep, self.cp_list(mykey, use_cache=use_cache))
myslot = dep_getslot(mydep)
if myslot is not None:
mymatch = [cpv for cpv in mymatch \
if self.aux_get(cpv, ["SLOT"])[0] == myslot]
self.matchcache[mycat][mydep] = mymatch
return self.matchcache[mycat][mydep][:]
def findname(self, mycpv):
return self.getpath(str(mycpv), filename=catsplit(mycpv)[1]+".ebuild")
def flush_cache(self):
"""If the current user has permission and the internal aux_get cache has
been updated, save it to disk and mark it unmodified. This is called
by emerge after it has loaded the full vdb for use in dependency
calculations. Currently, the cache is only written if the user has
superuser privileges (since that's required to obtain a lock), but all
users have read access and benefit from faster metadata lookups (as
long as at least part of the cache is still valid)."""
if self._aux_cache is not None and \
self._aux_cache["modified"] and \
secpass >= 2:
valid_nodes = set(self.cpv_all())
for cpv in self._aux_cache["packages"].keys():
if cpv not in valid_nodes:
del self._aux_cache["packages"][cpv]
del self._aux_cache["modified"]
f = atomic_ofstream(self._aux_cache_filename)
cPickle.dump(self._aux_cache, f, -1)
self._aux_cache_filename, gid=portage_gid, mode=0644)
except (IOError, OSError), e:
self._aux_cache["modified"] = False
def aux_get(self, mycpv, wants):
"""This automatically caches selected keys that are frequently needed
by emerge for dependency calculations. The cached metadata is
considered valid if the mtime of the package directory has not changed
since the data was cached. The cache is stored in a pickled dict
object with the following format:
{version:"1", "packages":{cpv1:(mtime,{k1,v1, k2,v2, ...}), cpv2...}}
If an error occurs while loading the cache pickle or the version is
unrecognized, the cache will simple be recreated from scratch (it is
completely disposable).
if not self._aux_cache_keys.intersection(wants):
return self._aux_get(mycpv, wants)
if self._aux_cache is None:
f = open(self._aux_cache_filename)
mypickle = cPickle.Unpickler(f)
mypickle.find_global = None
self._aux_cache = mypickle.load()
del f
except (IOError, OSError, EOFError, cPickle.UnpicklingError):
if not self._aux_cache or \
not isinstance(self._aux_cache, dict) or \
self._aux_cache.get("version") != self._aux_cache_version or \
not self._aux_cache.get("packages"):
self._aux_cache = {"version": self._aux_cache_version}
self._aux_cache["packages"] = {}
self._aux_cache["modified"] = False
mydir = self.getpath(mycpv)
mydir_stat = None
mydir_stat = os.stat(mydir)
except OSError, e:
if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
raise KeyError(mycpv)
mydir_mtime = long(mydir_stat.st_mtime)
pkg_data = self._aux_cache["packages"].get(mycpv)
mydata = {}
cache_valid = False
if pkg_data:
cache_mtime, metadata = pkg_data
cache_valid = cache_mtime == mydir_mtime
if cache_valid:
cache_incomplete = self._aux_cache_keys.difference(metadata)
if cache_incomplete:
# Allow self._aux_cache_keys to change without a cache version
# bump and efficiently recycle partial cache whenever possible.
cache_valid = False
pull_me = cache_incomplete.union(wants)
pull_me = set(wants).difference(self._aux_cache_keys)
pull_me = self._aux_cache_keys.union(wants)
if pull_me:
# pull any needed data and cache it
aux_keys = list(pull_me)
for k, v in izip(aux_keys, self._aux_get(mycpv, aux_keys)):
mydata[k] = v
if not cache_valid:
cache_data = {}
for aux_key in self._aux_cache_keys:
cache_data[aux_key] = mydata[aux_key]
self._aux_cache["packages"][mycpv] = (mydir_mtime, cache_data)
self._aux_cache["modified"] = True
return [mydata[x] for x in wants]
def _aux_get(self, mycpv, wants):
mydir = self.getpath(mycpv)
if not stat.S_ISDIR(os.stat(mydir).st_mode):
raise KeyError(mycpv)
except OSError, e:
if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
raise KeyError(mycpv)
del e
results = []
for x in wants:
myf = open(os.path.join(mydir, x), "r")
myd =
myd = " ".join(myd.split())
except IOError:
myd = ""
if x == "EAPI" and not myd:
return results
def aux_update(self, cpv, values):
cat, pkg = catsplit(cpv)
mylink = dblink(cat, pkg, self.root, self.settings,
treetype="vartree", vartree=self.vartree)
if not mylink.exists():
raise KeyError(cpv)
for k, v in values.iteritems():
if v:
mylink.setfile(k, v)
os.unlink(os.path.join(self.getpath(cpv), k))
except EnvironmentError:
def counter_tick(self, myroot, mycpv=None):
return self.counter_tick_core(myroot, incrementing=1, mycpv=mycpv)
def get_counter_tick_core(self, myroot, mycpv=None):
Use this method to retrieve the counter instead
of having to trust the value of a global counter
file that can lead to invalid COUNTER
generation. When cache is valid, the package COUNTER
files are not read and we rely on the timestamp of
the package directory to validate cache. The stat
calls should only take a short time, so performance
is sufficient without having to rely on a potentially
corrupt global counter file.
The global counter file located at
$CACHE_PATH/counter serves to record the
counter of the last installed package and
it also corresponds to the total number of
installation actions that have occurred in
the history of this package database.
cp_list = self.cp_list
max_counter = 0
for cp in self.cp_all():
for cpv in cp_list(cp):
counter = int(self.aux_get(cpv, ["COUNTER"])[0])
except (KeyError, OverflowError, ValueError):
if counter > max_counter:
max_counter = counter
counter = -1
cfile = open(self._counter_path, "r")
except EnvironmentError, e:
writemsg("!!! Unable to read COUNTER file: '%s'\n" % \
self._counter_path, noiselevel=-1)
writemsg("!!! %s\n" % str(e), noiselevel=-1)
del e
counter = long(cfile.readline().strip())
except (OverflowError, ValueError), e:
writemsg("!!! COUNTER file is corrupt: '%s'\n" % \
self._counter_path, noiselevel=-1)
writemsg("!!! %s\n" % str(e), noiselevel=-1)
del e
# We must ensure that we return a counter
# value that is at least as large as the
# highest one from the installed packages,
# since having a corrupt value that is too low
# can trigger incorrect AUTOCLEAN behavior due
# to newly installed packages having lower
# COUNTERs than the previous version in the
# same slot.
if counter > max_counter:
max_counter = counter
if counter < 0:
writemsg("!!! Initializing COUNTER to " + \
"value of %d\n" % max_counter, noiselevel=-1)
return max_counter + 1
def counter_tick_core(self, myroot, incrementing=1, mycpv=None):
"This method will grab the next COUNTER value and record it back to the global file. Returns new counter value."
counter = self.get_counter_tick_core(myroot, mycpv=mycpv) - 1
if incrementing:
#increment counter
counter += 1
# update new global counter file
write_atomic(self._counter_path, str(counter))
return counter
class vartree(object):
"this tree will scan a var/db/pkg database located at root (passed to init)"
def __init__(self, root="/", virtual=None, clone=None, categories=None,
if clone:
writemsg("vartree.__init__(): deprecated " + \
"use of clone parameter\n", noiselevel=-1)
self.root = clone.root[:]
self.dbapi = copy.deepcopy(clone.dbapi)
self.populated = 1
from portage import config
self.settings = config(clone=clone.settings)
self.root = root[:]
if settings is None:
from portage import settings
self.settings = settings # for key_expand calls
if categories is None:
categories = settings.categories
self.dbapi = vardbapi(self.root, categories=categories,
settings=settings, vartree=self)
self.populated = 1
def getpath(self, mykey, filename=None):
return self.dbapi.getpath(mykey, filename=filename)
def zap(self, mycpv):
def inject(self, mycpv):
def get_provide(self, mycpv):
myprovides = []
mylines = None
mylines, myuse = self.dbapi.aux_get(mycpv, ["PROVIDE", "USE"])
if mylines:
myuse = myuse.split()
mylines = flatten(use_reduce(paren_reduce(mylines), uselist=myuse))
for myprovide in mylines:
mys = catpkgsplit(myprovide)
if not mys:
mys = myprovide.split("/")
myprovides += [mys[0] + "/" + mys[1]]
return myprovides
except SystemExit, e:
except Exception, e:
mydir = os.path.join(self.root, VDB_PATH, mycpv)
writemsg("\nParse Error reading PROVIDE and USE in '%s'\n" % mydir,
if mylines:
writemsg("Possibly Invalid: '%s'\n" % str(mylines),
writemsg("Exception: %s\n\n" % str(e), noiselevel=-1)
return []
def get_all_provides(self):
myprovides = {}
for node in self.getallcpv():
for mykey in self.get_provide(node):
if myprovides.has_key(mykey):
myprovides[mykey] += [node]
myprovides[mykey] = [node]
return myprovides
def dep_bestmatch(self, mydep, use_cache=1):
"compatibility method -- all matches, not just visible ones"
mymatch = best(self.dbapi.match(
dep_expand(mydep, mydb=self.dbapi, settings=self.settings),
if mymatch is None:
return ""
return mymatch
def dep_match(self, mydep, use_cache=1):
"compatibility method -- we want to see all matches, not just visible ones"
#mymatch = match(mydep,self.dbapi)
mymatch = self.dbapi.match(mydep, use_cache=use_cache)
if mymatch is None:
return []
return mymatch
def exists_specific(self, cpv):
return self.dbapi.cpv_exists(cpv)
def getallcpv(self):
"""temporary function, probably to be renamed --- Gets a list of all
category/package-versions installed on the system."""
return self.dbapi.cpv_all()
def getallnodes(self):
"""new behavior: these are all *unmasked* nodes. There may or may not be available
masked package for nodes in this nodes list."""
return self.dbapi.cp_all()
def exists_specific_cat(self, cpv, use_cache=1):
cpv = key_expand(cpv, mydb=self.dbapi, use_cache=use_cache,
a = catpkgsplit(cpv)
if not a:
return 0
mylist = listdir(self.getpath(a[0]), EmptyOnError=1)
for x in mylist:
b = pkgsplit(x)
if not b:
self.dbapi.invalidentry(self.getpath(a[0], filename=x))
if a[1] == b[0]:
return 1
return 0
def getebuildpath(self, fullpackage):
cat, package = catsplit(fullpackage)
return self.getpath(fullpackage, filename=package+".ebuild")
def getnode(self, mykey, use_cache=1):
mykey = key_expand(mykey, mydb=self.dbapi, use_cache=use_cache,
if not mykey:
return []
mysplit = catsplit(mykey)
mydirlist = listdir(self.getpath(mysplit[0]),EmptyOnError=1)
returnme = []
for x in mydirlist:
mypsplit = pkgsplit(x)
if not mypsplit:
self.dbapi.invalidentry(self.getpath(mysplit[0], filename=x))
if mypsplit[0] == mysplit[1]:
appendme = [mysplit[0]+"/"+x, [mysplit[0], mypsplit[0], mypsplit[1], mypsplit[2]]]
return returnme
def getslot(self, mycatpkg):
"Get a slot for a catpkg; assume it exists."
return self.dbapi.aux_get(mycatpkg, ["SLOT"])[0]
except KeyError:
return ""
def hasnode(self, mykey, use_cache):
"""Does the particular node (cat/pkg key) exist?"""
mykey = key_expand(mykey, mydb=self.dbapi, use_cache=use_cache,
mysplit = catsplit(mykey)
mydirlist = listdir(self.getpath(mysplit[0]), EmptyOnError=1)
for x in mydirlist:
mypsplit = pkgsplit(x)
if not mypsplit:
self.dbapi.invalidentry(self.getpath(mysplit[0], filename=x))
if mypsplit[0] == mysplit[1]:
return 1
return 0
def populate(self):
class dblink(object):
This class provides an interface to the installed package database
At present this is implemented as a text backend in /var/db/pkg.
import re
_normalize_needed = re.compile(r'.*//.*|^[^/]|.+/$|(^|.*/)\.\.?(/.*|$)')
_contents_split_counts = {
"dev": 2,
"dir": 2,
"fif": 2,
"obj": 4,
"sym": 5
def __init__(self, cat, pkg, myroot, mysettings, treetype=None,
Creates a DBlink object for a given CPV.
The given CPV may not be present in the database already.
@param cat: Category
@type cat: String
@param pkg: Package (PV)
@type pkg: String
@param myroot: Typically ${ROOT}
@type myroot: String (Path)
@param mysettings: Typically portage.config
@type mysettings: An instance of portage.config
@param treetype: one of ['porttree','bintree','vartree']
@type treetype: String
@param vartree: an instance of vartree corresponding to myroot.
@type vartree: vartree
""" = cat
self.pkg = pkg
self.mycpv = + "/" + self.pkg
self.mysplit = list(catpkgsplit(self.mycpv)[1:])
self.mysplit[0] = "%s/%s" % (, self.mysplit[0])
self.treetype = treetype
if vartree is None:
from portage import db
vartree = db[myroot]["vartree"]
self.vartree = vartree
self.dbroot = normalize_path(os.path.join(myroot, VDB_PATH))
self.dbcatdir = self.dbroot+"/"+cat
self.dbpkgdir = self.dbcatdir+"/"+pkg
self.dbtmpdir = self.dbcatdir+"/-MERGING-"+pkg
self.dbdir = self.dbpkgdir
self._lock_vdb = None
self.settings = mysettings
if self.settings == 1:
raise ValueError
protect_obj = ConfigProtect(myroot,
self.updateprotect = protect_obj.updateprotect
self.isprotected = protect_obj.isprotected
self._installed_instance = None
self.contentscache = None
self._contents_inodes = None
self._contents_basenames = None
def lockdb(self):
if self._lock_vdb:
raise AssertionError("Lock already held.")
# At least the parent needs to exist for the lock file.
self._lock_vdb = lockdir(self.dbroot)
def unlockdb(self):
if self._lock_vdb:
self._lock_vdb = None
def getpath(self):
"return path to location of db information (for >>> informational display)"
return self.dbdir
def exists(self):
"does the db entry exist? boolean."
return os.path.exists(self.dbdir)
def delete(self):
Remove this entry from the database
if not os.path.exists(self.dbdir):
for x in os.listdir(self.dbdir):
except OSError, e:
print "!!! Unable to remove db entry for this package."
print "!!! It is possible that a directory is in this one. Portage will still"
print "!!! register this package as installed as long as this directory exists."
print "!!! You may delete this directory with 'rm -Rf "+self.dbdir+"'"
print "!!! "+str(e)
# Due to mtime granularity, mtime checks do not always properly
# invalidate vardbapi caches.
self.vartree.dbapi.mtdircache.pop(, None)
self.vartree.dbapi.matchcache.pop(, None)
self.vartree.dbapi.cpcache.pop(self.mysplit[0], None)
def clearcontents(self):
For a given db entry (self), erase the CONTENTS values.
if os.path.exists(self.dbdir+"/CONTENTS"):
def getcontents(self):
Get the installed files of a given package (aka what that package installed)
contents_file = os.path.join(self.dbdir, "CONTENTS")
if self.contentscache is not None:
return self.contentscache
pkgfiles = {}
myc = open(contents_file,"r")
except EnvironmentError, e:
if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
del e
self.contentscache = pkgfiles
return pkgfiles
mylines = myc.readlines()
null_byte = "\0"
normalize_needed = self._normalize_needed
contents_split_counts = self._contents_split_counts
myroot = self.myroot
if myroot == os.path.sep:
myroot = None
pos = 0
errors = []
for pos, line in enumerate(mylines):
if null_byte in line:
# Null bytes are a common indication of corruption.
errors.append((pos + 1, "Null byte found in CONTENTS entry"))
line = line.rstrip("\n")
# Split on " " so that even file paths that
# end with spaces can be handled.
mydat = line.split(" ")
entry_type = mydat[0] # empty string if line is empty
correct_split_count = contents_split_counts.get(entry_type)
if correct_split_count and len(mydat) > correct_split_count:
# Apparently file paths contain spaces, so reassemble
# the split have the correct_split_count.
newsplit = [entry_type]
spaces_total = len(mydat) - correct_split_count
if entry_type == "sym":
splitter = mydat.index("->", 2, len(mydat) - 2)
except ValueError:
errors.append((pos + 1, "Unrecognized CONTENTS entry"))
spaces_in_path = splitter - 2
spaces_in_target = spaces_total - spaces_in_path
newsplit.append(" ".join(mydat[1:splitter]))
target_end = splitter + spaces_in_target + 2
newsplit.append(" ".join(mydat[splitter + 1:target_end]))
path_end = spaces_total + 2
newsplit.append(" ".join(mydat[1:path_end]))
mydat = newsplit
# we do this so we can remove from non-root filesystems
# (use the ROOT var to allow maintenance on other partitions)
if normalize_needed.match(mydat[1]):
mydat[1] = normalize_path(mydat[1])
if not mydat[1].startswith(os.path.sep):
mydat[1] = os.path.sep + mydat[1]
if myroot:
mydat[1] = os.path.join(myroot, mydat[1].lstrip(os.path.sep))
if mydat[0] == "obj":
#format: type, mtime, md5sum
pkgfiles[mydat[1]] = [mydat[0], mydat[3], mydat[2]]
elif mydat[0] == "dir":
#format: type
pkgfiles[mydat[1]] = [mydat[0]]
elif mydat[0] == "sym":
#format: type, mtime, dest
pkgfiles[mydat[1]] = [mydat[0], mydat[4], mydat[3]]
elif mydat[0] == "dev":
#format: type
pkgfiles[mydat[1]] = [mydat[0]]
elif mydat[0]=="fif":
#format: type
pkgfiles[mydat[1]] = [mydat[0]]
errors.append((pos + 1, "Unrecognized CONTENTS entry"))
except (KeyError, IndexError):
errors.append((pos + 1, "Unrecognized CONTENTS entry"))
if errors:
writemsg("!!! Parse error in '%s'\n" % contents_file, noiselevel=-1)
for pos, e in errors:
writemsg("!!! line %d: %s\n" % (pos, e), noiselevel=-1)
self.contentscache = pkgfiles
return pkgfiles
def unmerge(self, pkgfiles=None, trimworld=1, cleanup=1,
ldpath_mtimes=None, others_in_slot=None):
Calls prerm
Unmerges a given package (CPV)
calls postrm
calls cleanrm
calls env_update
@param pkgfiles: files to unmerge (generally self.getcontents() )
@type pkgfiles: Dictionary
@param trimworld: Remove CPV from world file if True, not if False
@type trimworld: Boolean
@param cleanup: cleanup to pass to doebuild (see doebuild)
@type cleanup: Boolean
@param ldpath_mtimes: mtimes to pass to env_update (see env_update)
@type ldpath_mtimes: Dictionary
@param others_in_slot: all dblink instances in this slot, excluding self
@type others_in_slot: list
@rtype: Integer
1. os.EX_OK if everything went well.
2. return code of the failed phase (for prerm, postrm, cleanrm)
The caller must ensure that lockdb() and unlockdb() are called
before and after this method.
if self.vartree.dbapi._categories is not None:
self.vartree.dbapi._categories = None
# When others_in_slot is supplied, the security check has already been
# done for this slot, so it shouldn't be repeated until the next
# replacement or unmerge operation.
if others_in_slot is None:
slot = self.vartree.dbapi.aux_get(self.mycpv, ["SLOT"])[0]
slot_matches = self.vartree.dbapi.match(
"%s:%s" % (dep_getkey(self.mycpv), slot))
others_in_slot = []
for cur_cpv in slot_matches:
if cur_cpv == self.mycpv:
others_in_slot.append(dblink(, catsplit(cur_cpv)[1],
self.vartree.root, self.settings, vartree=self.vartree))
retval = self._security_check([self] + others_in_slot)
if retval:
return retval
contents = self.getcontents()
# Now, don't assume that the name of the ebuild is the same as the
# name of the dir; the package may have been moved.
myebuildpath = None
ebuild_phase = "prerm"
mystuff = listdir(self.dbdir, EmptyOnError=1)
for x in mystuff:
if x.endswith(".ebuild"):
myebuildpath = os.path.join(self.dbdir, self.pkg + ".ebuild")
if x[:-7] != self.pkg:
# Clean up after vardbapi.move_ent() breakage in
# portage versions before 2.1.2
os.rename(os.path.join(self.dbdir, x), myebuildpath)
write_atomic(os.path.join(self.dbdir, "PF"), self.pkg+"\n")
self.settings.setcpv(self.mycpv, mydb=self.vartree.dbapi)
if myebuildpath:
doebuild_environment(myebuildpath, "prerm", self.myroot,
self.settings, 0, 0, self.vartree.dbapi)
except UnsupportedAPIException, e:
# Sometimes this happens due to corruption of the EAPI file.
writemsg("!!! FAILED prerm: %s\n" % \
os.path.join(self.dbdir, "EAPI"), noiselevel=-1)
writemsg("%s\n" % str(e), noiselevel=-1)
return 1
catdir = os.path.dirname(self.settings["PORTAGE_BUILDDIR"])
uid=portage_uid, gid=portage_gid, mode=070, mask=0)
builddir_lock = None
catdir_lock = None
retval = -1
if myebuildpath:
catdir_lock = lockdir(catdir)
uid=portage_uid, gid=portage_gid,
mode=070, mask=0)
builddir_lock = lockdir(
catdir_lock = None
# Eventually, we'd like to pass in the saved ebuild env here...
retval = doebuild(myebuildpath, "prerm", self.myroot,
self.settings, cleanup=cleanup, use_cache=0,
mydbapi=self.vartree.dbapi, tree="vartree",
# XXX: Decide how to handle failures here.
if retval != os.EX_OK:
writemsg("!!! FAILED prerm: %s\n" % retval, noiselevel=-1)
return retval
self._unmerge_pkgfiles(pkgfiles, others_in_slot)
# Remove the registration of preserved libs for this pkg instance
plib_registry = self.vartree.dbapi.plib_registry
plib_registry.unregister(self.mycpv, self.settings["SLOT"],
if myebuildpath:
ebuild_phase = "postrm"
retval = doebuild(myebuildpath, "postrm", self.myroot,
self.settings, use_cache=0, tree="vartree",
mydbapi=self.vartree.dbapi, vartree=self.vartree)
# XXX: Decide how to handle failures here.
if retval != os.EX_OK:
writemsg("!!! FAILED postrm: %s\n" % retval, noiselevel=-1)
return retval
# regenerate reverse NEEDED map
# remove preserved libraries that don't have any consumers left
# FIXME: this code is quite ugly and can likely be optimized in several ways
plib_dict = plib_registry.getPreservedLibs()
for cpv in plib_dict:
# for the loop below to work correctly, we need all
# symlinks to come before the actual files, such that
# the recorded symlinks (sonames) will be resolved into
# their real target before the object is found not to be
# in the reverse NEEDED map
def symlink_compare(x, y):
if os.path.islink(x):
if os.path.islink(y):
return 0
return -1
elif os.path.islink(y):
return 1
return 0
for f in plib_dict[cpv]:
if not os.path.exists(f):
unlink_list = []
if not self.vartree.dbapi.linkmap.findConsumers(f):
for obj in unlink_list:
if os.path.islink(obj):
obj_type = "sym"
obj_type = "obj"
writemsg_stdout("<<< !needed %s %s\n" % (obj_type, obj))
except OSError, e:
if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
raise e
if builddir_lock:
if myebuildpath:
if retval != os.EX_OK:
msg_lines = []
msg = ("The '%s' " % ebuild_phase) + \
("phase of the '%s' package " % self.mycpv) + \
("has failed with exit value %s." % retval)
from textwrap import wrap
msg_lines.extend(wrap(msg, 72))
ebuild_name = os.path.basename(myebuildpath)
ebuild_dir = os.path.dirname(myebuildpath)
msg = "The problem occurred while executing " + \
("the ebuild file named '%s' " % ebuild_name) + \
("located in the '%s' directory. " \
% ebuild_dir) + \
"If necessary, manually remove " + \
"the environment.bz2 file and/or the " + \
"ebuild file located in that directory."
msg_lines.extend(wrap(msg, 72))
msg = "Removal " + \
"of the environment.bz2 file is " + \
"preferred since it may allow the " + \
"removal phases to execute successfully. " + \
"The ebuild will be " + \
"sourced and the eclasses " + \
"from the current portage tree will be used " + \
"when necessary. Removal of " + \
"the ebuild file will cause the " + \
"pkg_prerm() and pkg_postrm() removal " + \
"phases to be skipped entirely."
msg_lines.extend(wrap(msg, 72))
from portage.elog.messages import eerror
for l in msg_lines:
eerror(l, phase=ebuild_phase, key=self.mycpv)
# process logs created during pre/postrm
elog_process(self.mycpv, self.settings, phasefilter=filter_unmergephases)
if retval == os.EX_OK:
doebuild(myebuildpath, "cleanrm", self.myroot,
self.settings, tree="vartree",
if myebuildpath and not catdir_lock:
# Lock catdir for removal if empty.
catdir_lock = lockdir(catdir)
if catdir_lock:
except OSError, e:
if e.errno not in (errno.ENOENT,
errno.ENOTEMPTY, errno.EEXIST):
del e
env_update(target_root=self.myroot, prev_mtimes=ldpath_mtimes,
contents=contents, env=self.settings.environ())
return os.EX_OK
def _unmerge_pkgfiles(self, pkgfiles, others_in_slot):
Unmerges the contents of a package from the liveFS
Removes the VDB entry for self
@param pkgfiles: typically self.getcontents()
@type pkgfiles: Dictionary { filename: [ 'type', '?', 'md5sum' ] }
@param others_in_slot: all dblink instances in this slot, excluding self
@type others_in_slot: list
@rtype: None
if not pkgfiles:
writemsg_stdout("No package files given... Grabbing a set.\n")
pkgfiles = self.getcontents()
if others_in_slot is None:
others_in_slot = []
slot = self.vartree.dbapi.aux_get(self.mycpv, ["SLOT"])[0]
slot_matches = self.vartree.dbapi.match(
"%s:%s" % (dep_getkey(self.mycpv), slot))
for cur_cpv in slot_matches:
if cur_cpv == self.mycpv:
others_in_slot.append(dblink(, catsplit(cur_cpv)[1],
self.vartree.root, self.settings,
dest_root = normalize_path(self.vartree.root).rstrip(os.path.sep) + \
dest_root_len = len(dest_root)
unmerge_orphans = "unmerge-orphans" in self.settings.features
if pkgfiles:
mykeys = pkgfiles.keys()
#process symlinks second-to-last, directories last.
mydirs = []
ignored_unlink_errnos = (
errno.EBUSY, errno.ENOENT,
errno.ENOTDIR, errno.EISDIR)
ignored_rmdir_errnos = (
errno.EEXIST, errno.ENOTEMPTY,
errno.EBUSY, errno.ENOENT,
errno.ENOTDIR, errno.EISDIR)
modprotect = os.path.join(self.vartree.root, "lib/modules/")
def unlink(file_name, lstatobj):
if bsd_chflags:
if lstatobj.st_flags != 0:
bsd_chflags.lchflags(file_name, 0)
parent_name = os.path.dirname(file_name)
# Use normal stat/chflags for the parent since we want to
# follow any symlinks to the real parent directory.
pflags = os.stat(parent_name).st_flags
if pflags != 0:
bsd_chflags.chflags(parent_name, 0)
if not stat.S_ISLNK(lstatobj.st_mode):
# Remove permissions to ensure that any hardlinks to
# suid/sgid files are rendered harmless.
os.chmod(file_name, 0)
if bsd_chflags and pflags != 0:
# Restore the parent flags we saved before unlinking
bsd_chflags.chflags(parent_name, pflags)
def show_unmerge(zing, desc, file_type, file_name):
writemsg_stdout("%s %s %s %s\n" % \
(zing, desc.ljust(8), file_type, file_name))
for objkey in mykeys:
obj = normalize_path(objkey)
file_data = pkgfiles[objkey]
file_type = file_data[0]
statobj = None
statobj = os.stat(obj)
except OSError:
lstatobj = None
lstatobj = os.lstat(obj)
except (OSError, AttributeError):
islink = lstatobj is not None and stat.S_ISLNK(lstatobj.st_mode)
if lstatobj is None:
show_unmerge("---", "!found", file_type, obj)
if obj.startswith(dest_root):
relative_path = obj[dest_root_len:]
is_owned = False
for dblnk in others_in_slot:
if dblnk.isowner(relative_path, dest_root):
is_owned = True
if is_owned:
# A new instance of this package claims the file, so
# don't unmerge it.
show_unmerge("---", "replaced", file_type, obj)
# next line includes a tweak to protect modules from being unmerged,
# but we don't protect modules from being overwritten if they are
# upgraded. We effectively only want one half of the config protection
# functionality for /lib/modules. For portage-ng both capabilities
# should be able to be independently specified.
if obj.startswith(modprotect):
show_unmerge("---", "cfgpro", file_type, obj)
# Don't unlink symlinks to directories here since that can
# remove /lib and /usr/lib symlinks.
if unmerge_orphans and \
lstatobj and not stat.S_ISDIR(lstatobj.st_mode) and \
not (islink and statobj and stat.S_ISDIR(statobj.st_mode)) and \
not self.isprotected(obj):
unlink(obj, lstatobj)
except EnvironmentError, e:
if e.errno not in ignored_unlink_errnos:
del e
show_unmerge("<<<", "", file_type, obj)
lmtime = str(lstatobj[stat.ST_MTIME])
if (pkgfiles[objkey][0] not in ("dir", "fif", "dev")) and (lmtime != pkgfiles[objkey][1]):
show_unmerge("---", "!mtime", file_type, obj)
if pkgfiles[objkey][0] == "dir":
if statobj is None or not stat.S_ISDIR(statobj.st_mode):
show_unmerge("---", "!dir", file_type, obj)
elif pkgfiles[objkey][0] == "sym":
if not islink:
show_unmerge("---", "!sym", file_type, obj)
# Go ahead and unlink symlinks to directories here when
# they're actually recorded as symlinks in the contents.
# Normally, symlinks such as /lib -> lib64 are not recorded
# as symlinks in the contents of a package. If a package
# installs something into ${D}/lib/, it is recorded in the
# contents as a directory even if it happens to correspond
# to a symlink when it's merged to the live filesystem.
unlink(obj, lstatobj)
show_unmerge("<<<", "", file_type, obj)
except (OSError, IOError),e:
if e.errno not in ignored_unlink_errnos:
del e
show_unmerge("!!!", "", file_type, obj)
elif pkgfiles[objkey][0] == "obj":
if statobj is None or not stat.S_ISREG(statobj.st_mode):
show_unmerge("---", "!obj", file_type, obj)
mymd5 = None
mymd5 = perform_md5(obj, calc_prelink=1)
except FileNotFound, e:
# the file has disappeared between now and our stat call
show_unmerge("---", "!obj", file_type, obj)
# string.lower is needed because db entries used to be in upper-case. The
# string.lower allows for backwards compatibility.
if mymd5 != pkgfiles[objkey][2].lower():
show_unmerge("---", "!md5", file_type, obj)
unlink(obj, lstatobj)
except (OSError, IOError), e:
if e.errno not in ignored_unlink_errnos:
del e
show_unmerge("<<<", "", file_type, obj)
elif pkgfiles[objkey][0] == "fif":
if not stat.S_ISFIFO(lstatobj[stat.ST_MODE]):
show_unmerge("---", "!fif", file_type, obj)
show_unmerge("---", "", file_type, obj)
elif pkgfiles[objkey][0] == "dev":
show_unmerge("---", "", file_type, obj)
for obj in mydirs:
if bsd_chflags:
lstatobj = os.lstat(obj)
if lstatobj.st_flags != 0:
bsd_chflags.lchflags(obj, 0)
parent_name = os.path.dirname(obj)
# Use normal stat/chflags for the parent since we want to
# follow any symlinks to the real parent directory.
pflags = os.stat(parent_name).st_flags
if pflags != 0:
bsd_chflags.chflags(parent_name, 0)
if bsd_chflags and pflags != 0:
# Restore the parent flags we saved before unlinking
bsd_chflags.chflags(parent_name, pflags)
show_unmerge("<<<", "", "dir", obj)
except EnvironmentError, e:
if e.errno not in ignored_rmdir_errnos:
if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
show_unmerge("---", "!empty", "dir", obj)
del e
#remove self from vartree database so that our own virtual gets zapped if we're the last node
def isowner(self,filename, destroot):
Check if a file belongs to this package. This may
result in a stat call for the parent directory of
every installed file, since the inode numbers are
used to work around the problem of ambiguous paths
caused by symlinked directories. The results of
stat calls are cached to optimize multiple calls
to this method.
@param filename:
@type filename:
@param destroot:
@type destroot:
@rtype: Boolean
1. True if this package owns the file.
2. False if this package does not own the file.
destfile = normalize_path(
os.path.join(destroot, filename.lstrip(os.path.sep)))
pkgfiles = self.getcontents()
if pkgfiles and destfile in pkgfiles:
return True
if pkgfiles:
basename = os.path.basename(destfile)
if self._contents_basenames is None:
self._contents_basenames = set(
os.path.basename(x) for x in pkgfiles)
if basename not in self._contents_basenames:
# This is a shortcut that, in most cases, allows us to
# eliminate this package as an owner without the need
# to examine inode numbers of parent directories.
return False
# Use stat rather than lstat since we want to follow
# any symlinks to the real parent directory.
parent_path = os.path.dirname(destfile)
parent_stat = os.stat(parent_path)
except EnvironmentError, e:
if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
del e
return False
if self._contents_inodes is None:
self._contents_inodes = {}
parent_paths = set()
for x in pkgfiles:
p_path = os.path.dirname(x)
if p_path in parent_paths:
s = os.stat(p_path)
except OSError:
inode_key = (s.st_dev, s.st_ino)
# Use lists of paths in case multiple
# paths reference the same inode.
p_path_list = self._contents_inodes.get(inode_key)
if p_path_list is None:
p_path_list = []
self._contents_inodes[inode_key] = p_path_list
if p_path not in p_path_list:
p_path_list = self._contents_inodes.get(
(parent_stat.st_dev, parent_stat.st_ino))
if p_path_list:
for p_path in p_path_list:
x = os.path.join(p_path, basename)
if x in pkgfiles:
return True
return False
def _preserve_libs(self, srcroot, destroot, mycontents, counter, inforoot):
# read global reverse NEEDED map
linkmap = self.vartree.dbapi.linkmap
linkmap.rebuild(include_file=os.path.join(inforoot, "NEEDED.ELF.2"))
liblist = linkmap.listLibraryObjects()
# get list of libraries from old package instance
old_contents = self._installed_instance.getcontents().keys()
old_libs = set(old_contents).intersection(liblist)
# get list of libraries from new package instance
mylibs = set([os.path.join(os.sep, x) for x in mycontents]).intersection(liblist)
# check which libs are present in the old, but not the new package instance
candidates = old_libs.difference(mylibs)
for x in old_contents:
if os.path.islink(x) and os.path.realpath(x) in candidates and x not in mycontents:
# ignore any libs that are only internally used by the package
def has_external_consumers(lib, contents, otherlibs):
consumers = linkmap.findConsumers(lib)
contents_without_libs = [x for x in contents if x not in otherlibs]
# just used by objects that will be autocleaned
if len(consumers.difference(contents_without_libs)) == 0:
return False
# used by objects that are referenced as well, need to check those
# recursively to break any reference cycles
elif len(consumers.difference(contents)) == 0:
otherlibs = set(otherlibs)
for ol in otherlibs.intersection(consumers):
if has_external_consumers(ol, contents, otherlibs.difference([lib])):
return True
return False
# used by external objects directly
return True
for lib in list(candidates):
if not has_external_consumers(lib, old_contents, candidates):
# only preserve the lib if there is no other copy to use for each consumer
keep = False
for c in linkmap.findConsumers(lib):
localkeep = True
providers = linkmap.findProviders(c)
for soname in providers:
if lib in providers[soname]:
for p in providers[soname]:
if p not in candidates or os.path.exists(os.path.join(srcroot, p.lstrip(os.sep))):
localkeep = False
if localkeep:
keep = True
if not keep:
del mylibs, mycontents, old_contents, liblist
# inject files that should be preserved into our image dir
import shutil
missing_paths = []
for x in candidates:
# skip existing files so the 'new' libs aren't overwritten
if os.path.exists(os.path.join(srcroot, x.lstrip(os.sep))):
print "injecting %s into %s" % (x, srcroot)
if not os.path.exists(os.path.join(destroot, x.lstrip(os.sep))):
print "%s does not exist so can't be preserved" % x
mydir = os.path.join(srcroot, os.path.dirname(x).lstrip(os.sep))
if not os.path.exists(mydir):
# resolve symlinks and extend preserve list
# NOTE: we're extending the list in the loop to emulate recursion to
# also get indirect symlinks
if os.path.islink(x):
linktarget = os.readlink(x)
os.symlink(linktarget, os.path.join(srcroot, x.lstrip(os.sep)))
if linktarget[0] != os.sep:
linktarget = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(x), linktarget)
shutil.copy2(os.path.join(destroot, x.lstrip(os.sep)),
os.path.join(srcroot, x.lstrip(os.sep)))
preserve_paths = [x for x in candidates if x not in missing_paths]
del missing_paths, candidates
# keep track of the libs we preserved
self.vartree.dbapi.plib_registry.register(self.mycpv, self.settings["SLOT"], counter, preserve_paths)
del preserve_paths
def _collision_protect(self, srcroot, destroot, mypkglist, mycontents):
collision_ignore = set([normalize_path(myignore) for myignore in \
self.settings.get("COLLISION_IGNORE", "").split()])
stopmerge = False
collisions = []
destroot = normalize_path(destroot).rstrip(os.path.sep) + \
writemsg_stdout("%s checking %d files for package collisions\n" % \
(green("*"), len(mycontents)))
for f in mycontents:
i = i + 1
if i % 1000 == 0:
writemsg_stdout("%d files checked ...\n" % i)
dest_path = normalize_path(
os.path.join(destroot, f.lstrip(os.path.sep)))
dest_lstat = os.lstat(dest_path)
except EnvironmentError, e:
if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
del e
elif e.errno == errno.ENOTDIR:
del e
# A non-directory is in a location where this package
# expects to have a directory.
dest_lstat = None
parent_path = dest_path
while len(parent_path) > len(destroot):
parent_path = os.path.dirname(parent_path)
dest_lstat = os.lstat(parent_path)
except EnvironmentError, e:
if e.errno != errno.ENOTDIR:
del e
if not dest_lstat:
raise AssertionError(
"unable to find non-directory " + \
"parent for '%s'" % dest_path)
dest_path = parent_path
f = os.path.sep + dest_path[len(destroot):]
if f in collisions:
if f[0] != "/":
isowned = False
for ver in [self] + mypkglist:
if (ver.isowner(f, destroot) or ver.isprotected(f)):
isowned = True
if not isowned:
stopmerge = True
if collision_ignore:
if f in collision_ignore:
stopmerge = False
for myignore in collision_ignore:
if f.startswith(myignore + os.path.sep):
stopmerge = False
if stopmerge:
return collisions
def _security_check(self, installed_instances):
if not installed_instances:
return 0
file_paths = set()
for dblnk in installed_instances:
inode_map = {}
real_paths = set()
for path in file_paths:
s = os.lstat(path)
except OSError, e:
if e.errno not in (errno.ENOENT, errno.ENOTDIR):
del e
if not stat.S_ISREG(s.st_mode):
path = os.path.realpath(path)
if path in real_paths:
if s.st_nlink > 1 and \
s.st_mode & (stat.S_ISUID | stat.S_ISGID):
k = (s.st_dev, s.st_ino)
inode_map.setdefault(k, []).append((path, s))
suspicious_hardlinks = []
for path_list in inode_map.itervalues():
path, s = path_list[0]
if len(path_list) == s.st_nlink:
# All hardlinks seem to be owned by this package.
if not suspicious_hardlinks:
return 0
from portage.output import colorize
prefix = colorize("SECURITY_WARN", "*") + " WARNING: "
writemsg(prefix + "suid/sgid file(s) " + \
"with suspicious hardlink(s):\n", noiselevel=-1)
for path_list in suspicious_hardlinks:
for path, s in path_list:
writemsg(prefix + " '%s'\n" % path, noiselevel=-1)
writemsg(prefix + "See the Gentoo Security Handbook " + \
"guide for advice on how to proceed.\n", noiselevel=-1)
return 1
def treewalk(self, srcroot, destroot, inforoot, myebuild, cleanup=0,
mydbapi=None, prev_mtimes=None):
This function does the following:
calls self._preserve_libs if FEATURES=preserve-libs
calls self._collision_protect if FEATURES=collision-protect
calls doebuild(mydo=pkg_preinst)
Merges the package to the livefs
unmerges old version (if required)
calls doebuild(mydo=pkg_postinst)
calls env_update
calls elog_process
@param srcroot: Typically this is ${D}
@type srcroot: String (Path)
@param destroot: Path to merge to (usually ${ROOT})
@type destroot: String (Path)
@param inforoot: root of the vardb entry ?
@type inforoot: String (Path)
@param myebuild: path to the ebuild that we are processing
@type myebuild: String (Path)
@param mydbapi: dbapi which is handed to doebuild.
@type mydbapi: portdbapi instance
@param prev_mtimes: { Filename:mtime } mapping for env_update
@type prev_mtimes: Dictionary
@rtype: Boolean
1. 0 on success
2. 1 on failure
secondhand is a list of symlinks that have been skipped due to their target
not existing; we will merge these symlinks at a later time.
srcroot = normalize_path(srcroot).rstrip(os.path.sep) + os.path.sep
if not os.path.isdir(srcroot):
writemsg("!!! Directory Not Found: D='%s'\n" % srcroot,
return 1
inforoot_slot_file = os.path.join(inforoot, "SLOT")
slot = None
f = open(inforoot_slot_file)
slot =
except EnvironmentError, e:
if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
del e
if slot is None:
slot = ""
from portage.elog.messages import eerror as _eerror
def eerror(lines):
for l in lines:
_eerror(l, phase="preinst", key=self.settings.mycpv)
if slot != self.settings["SLOT"]:
writemsg("!!! WARNING: Expected SLOT='%s', got '%s'\n" % \
(self.settings["SLOT"], slot))
if not os.path.exists(self.dbcatdir):
otherversions = []
for v in self.vartree.dbapi.cp_list(self.mysplit[0]):
# filter any old-style virtual matches
slot_matches = [cpv for cpv in self.vartree.dbapi.match(
"%s:%s" % (cpv_getkey(self.mycpv), slot)) \
if cpv_getkey(cpv) == cpv_getkey(self.mycpv)]
if self.mycpv not in slot_matches and \
# handle multislot or unapplied slotmove
others_in_slot = []
from portage import config
for cur_cpv in slot_matches:
# Clone the config in case one of these has to be unmerged since
# we need it to have private ${T} etc... for things like elog.
others_in_slot.append(dblink(, catsplit(cur_cpv)[1],
self.vartree.root, config(clone=self.settings),
retval = self._security_check(others_in_slot)
if retval:
return retval
if slot_matches:
# Used by self.isprotected().
max_dblnk = None
max_counter = -1
for dblnk in others_in_slot:
cur_counter = self.vartree.dbapi.cpv_counter(dblnk.mycpv)
if cur_counter > max_counter:
max_counter = cur_counter
max_dblnk = dblnk
self._installed_instance = max_dblnk
# get current counter value (counter_tick also takes care of incrementing it)
# XXX Need to make this destroot, but it needs to be initialized first. XXX
# XXX bis: leads to some invalidentry() call through cp_all().
# Note: The counter is generated here but written later because preserve_libs
# needs the counter value but has to be before dbtmpdir is made (which
# has to be before the counter is written) - genone
counter = self.vartree.dbapi.counter_tick(self.myroot, mycpv=self.mycpv)
# Save this for unregistering preserved-libs if the merge fails.
self.settings["COUNTER"] = str(counter)
myfilelist = []
mylinklist = []
def onerror(e):
for parent, dirs, files in os.walk(srcroot, onerror=onerror):
for f in files:
file_path = os.path.join(parent, f)
file_mode = os.lstat(file_path).st_mode
if stat.S_ISREG(file_mode):
elif stat.S_ISLNK(file_mode):
# Note: os.walk puts symlinks to directories in the "dirs"
# list and it does not traverse them since that could lead
# to an infinite recursion loop.
# If there are no files to merge, and an installed package in the same
# slot has files, it probably means that something went wrong.
if self.settings.get("PORTAGE_PACKAGE_EMPTY_ABORT") == "1" and \
not myfilelist and not mylinklist and others_in_slot:
installed_files = None
for other_dblink in others_in_slot:
installed_files = other_dblink.getcontents()
if not installed_files:
from textwrap import wrap
wrap_width = 72
msg = []
d = (
msg.extend(wrap(("The '%s' package will not install " + \
"any files, but the currently installed '%s'" + \
" package has the following files: ") % d, wrap_width))
msg.append("package %s NOT merged" % self.mycpv)
("Manually run `emerge --unmerge =%s` " % \
other_dblink.mycpv) + "if you really want to " + \
"remove the above files. Set " + \
"/etc/make.conf if you do not want to " + \
"abort in cases like this.",
if installed_files:
return 1
# Preserve old libs if they are still in use
if slot_matches and "preserve-libs" in self.settings.features:
self._preserve_libs(srcroot, destroot, myfilelist+mylinklist, counter, inforoot)
# check for package collisions
collisions = self._collision_protect(srcroot, destroot, others_in_slot,
# Make sure the ebuild environment is initialized and that ${T}/elog
# exists for logging of collision-protect eerror messages.
if myebuild is None:
myebuild = os.path.join(inforoot, self.pkg + ".ebuild")
doebuild_environment(myebuild, "preinst", destroot,
self.settings, 0, 0, mydbapi)
prepare_build_dirs(destroot, self.settings, cleanup)
if collisions:
collision_protect = "collision-protect" in self.settings.features
msg = "This package will overwrite one or more files that" + \
" may belong to other packages (see list below)."
if not collision_protect:
msg += " Add \"collision-protect\" to FEATURES in" + \
" make.conf if you would like the merge to abort" + \
" in cases like this."
if self.settings.get("PORTAGE_QUIET") != "1":
msg += " You can use a command such as" + \
" `portageq owners / <filename>` to identify the" + \
" installed package that owns a file. If portageq" + \
" reports that only one package owns a file then do NOT" + \
" file a bug report. A bug report is only useful if it" + \
" identifies at least two or more packages that are known" + \
" to install the same file(s)." + \
" If a collision occurs and you" + \
" can not explain where the file came from then you" + \
" should simply ignore the collision since there is not" + \
" enough information to determine if a real problem" + \
" exists. Please do NOT file a bug report at" + \
" unless you report exactly which" + \
" two packages install the same file(s). Once again," + \
" please do NOT file a bug report unless you have" + \
" completely understood the above message."
self.settings["EBUILD_PHASE"] = "preinst"
from textwrap import wrap
msg = wrap(msg, 70)
if collision_protect:
msg.append("package %s NOT merged" % self.settings.mycpv)
msg.append("Detected file collision(s):")
for f in collisions:
msg.append("\t%s" % \
os.path.join(destroot, f.lstrip(os.path.sep)))
if collision_protect:
msg = []
msg.append("Searching all installed" + \
" packages for file collisions...")
msg.append("Press Ctrl-C to Stop")
found_owner = False
for cpv in self.vartree.dbapi.cpv_all():
cat, pkg = catsplit(cpv)
mylink = dblink(cat, pkg, destroot, self.settings,
mycollisions = []
for f in collisions:
if mylink.isowner(f, destroot):
if mycollisions:
found_owner = True
msg = []
msg.append("%s" % cpv)
for f in mycollisions:
msg.append("\t%s" % os.path.join(destroot,
if not found_owner:
eerror(["None of the installed" + \
" packages claim the file(s)."])
return 1
writemsg_stdout(">>> Merging %s to %s\n" % (self.mycpv, destroot))
# The merge process may move files out of the image directory,
# which causes invalidation of the .installed flag.
os.path.dirname(normalize_path(srcroot)), ".installed"))
except OSError, e:
if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
del e
self.dbdir = self.dbtmpdir
# run preinst script
a = doebuild(myebuild, "preinst", destroot, self.settings,
use_cache=0, tree=self.treetype, mydbapi=mydbapi,
# XXX: Decide how to handle failures here.
if a != os.EX_OK:
writemsg("!!! FAILED preinst: "+str(a)+"\n", noiselevel=-1)
return a
# copy "info" files (like SLOT, CFLAGS, etc.) into the database
for x in listdir(inforoot):
# write local package counter for recording
lcfile = open(os.path.join(self.dbtmpdir, "COUNTER"),"w")
# open CONTENTS file (possibly overwriting old one) for recording
outfile = open(os.path.join(self.dbtmpdir, "CONTENTS"),"w")
#if we have a file containing previously-merged config file md5sums, grab it.
conf_mem_file = os.path.join(destroot, CONFIG_MEMORY_FILE)
cfgfiledict = grabdict(conf_mem_file)
if self.settings.has_key("NOCONFMEM"):
# Don't bump mtimes on merge since some application require
# preservation of timestamps. This means that the unmerge phase must
# check to see if file belongs to an installed instance in the same
# slot.
mymtime = None
# set umask to 0 for merging; back up umask, save old one in prevmask (since this is a global change)
prevmask = os.umask(0)
secondhand = []
# we do a first merge; this will recurse through all files in our srcroot but also build up a
# "second hand" of symlinks to merge later
if self.mergeme(srcroot, destroot, outfile, secondhand, "", cfgfiledict, mymtime):
return 1
# now, it's time for dealing our second hand; we'll loop until we can't merge anymore. The rest are
# broken symlinks. We'll merge them too.
lastlen = 0
while len(secondhand) and len(secondhand)!=lastlen:
# clear the thirdhand. Anything from our second hand that
# couldn't get merged will be added to thirdhand.
thirdhand = []
self.mergeme(srcroot, destroot, outfile, thirdhand, secondhand, cfgfiledict, mymtime)
#swap hands
lastlen = len(secondhand)
# our thirdhand now becomes our secondhand. It's ok to throw
# away secondhand since thirdhand contains all the stuff that
# couldn't be merged.
secondhand = thirdhand
if len(secondhand):
# force merge of remaining symlinks (broken or circular; oh well)
self.mergeme(srcroot, destroot, outfile, None, secondhand, cfgfiledict, mymtime)
#restore umask
#if we opened it, close it
# These caches are populated during collision-protect and the data
# they contain is now invalid. It's very important to invalidate
# the contents_inodes cache so that FEATURES=unmerge-orphans
# doesn't unmerge anything that belongs to this package that has
# just been merged.
others_in_slot.append(self) # self has just been merged
for dblnk in others_in_slot:
dblnk.contentscache = None
dblnk._contents_inodes = None
dblnk._contents_basenames = None
# If portage is reinstalling itself, remove the old
# version now since we want to use the temporary
# PORTAGE_BIN_PATH that will be removed when we return.
reinstall_self = False
if self.myroot == "/" and \
"sys-apps" == and \
"portage" == pkgsplit(self.pkg)[0]:
reinstall_self = True
autoclean = self.settings.get("AUTOCLEAN", "yes") == "yes"
for dblnk in list(others_in_slot):
if dblnk is self:
if not (autoclean or dblnk.mycpv == self.mycpv or reinstall_self):
writemsg_stdout(">>> Safely unmerging already-installed instance...\n")
others_in_slot.remove(dblnk) # dblnk will unmerge itself now
dblnk.unmerge(trimworld=0, ldpath_mtimes=prev_mtimes,
# TODO: Check status and abort if necessary.
writemsg_stdout(">>> Original instance of package unmerged safely.\n")
if len(others_in_slot) > 1:
from portage.output import colorize
writemsg_stdout(colorize("WARN", "WARNING:")
+ " AUTOCLEAN is disabled. This can cause serious"
+ " problems due to overlapping packages.\n")
# We hold both directory locks.
self.dbdir = self.dbpkgdir
_movefile(self.dbtmpdir, self.dbpkgdir, mysettings=self.settings)
# Due to mtime granularity, mtime checks do not always properly
# invalidate vardbapi caches.
self.vartree.dbapi.mtdircache.pop(, None)
self.vartree.dbapi.matchcache.pop(, None)
self.vartree.dbapi.cpcache.pop(self.mysplit[0], None)
contents = self.getcontents()
#write out our collection of md5sums
if cfgfiledict.has_key("IGNORE"):
del cfgfiledict["IGNORE"]
my_private_path = os.path.join(destroot, PRIVATE_PATH)
ensure_dirs(my_private_path, gid=portage_gid, mode=02750, mask=02)
writedict(cfgfiledict, conf_mem_file)
del conf_mem_file
# regenerate reverse NEEDED map
#do postinst script
self.settings["PORTAGE_UPDATE_ENV"] = \
os.path.join(self.dbpkgdir, "environment.bz2")
a = doebuild(myebuild, "postinst", destroot, self.settings, use_cache=0,
tree=self.treetype, mydbapi=mydbapi, vartree=self.vartree)
self.settings.pop("PORTAGE_UPDATE_ENV", None)
# XXX: Decide how to handle failures here.
if a != os.EX_OK:
writemsg("!!! FAILED postinst: "+str(a)+"\n", noiselevel=-1)
return a
downgrade = False
for v in otherversions:
if pkgcmp(catpkgsplit(self.pkg)[1:], catpkgsplit(v)[1:]) < 0:
downgrade = True
#update environment settings, library paths. DO NOT change symlinks.
env_update(makelinks=(not downgrade),
target_root=self.settings["ROOT"], prev_mtimes=prev_mtimes,
contents=contents, env=self.settings.environ())
writemsg_stdout(">>> %s %s\n" % (self.mycpv,"merged."))
return os.EX_OK
def mergeme(self, srcroot, destroot, outfile, secondhand, stufftomerge, cfgfiledict, thismtime):
This function handles actual merging of the package contents to the livefs.
It also handles config protection.
@param srcroot: Where are we copying files from (usually ${D})
@type srcroot: String (Path)
@param destroot: Typically ${ROOT}
@type destroot: String (Path)
@param outfile: File to log operations to
@type outfile: File Object
@param secondhand: A set of items to merge in pass two (usually
or symlinks that point to non-existing files that may get merged later)
@type secondhand: List
@param stufftomerge: Either a diretory to merge, or a list of items.
@type stufftomerge: String or List
@param cfgfiledict: { File:mtime } mapping for config_protected files
@type cfgfiledict: Dictionary
@param thismtime: The current time (typically long(time.time())
@type thismtime: Long
@rtype: None or Boolean
1. True on failure
2. None otherwise
from os.path import sep, join
srcroot = normalize_path(srcroot).rstrip(sep) + sep
destroot = normalize_path(destroot).rstrip(sep) + sep
# this is supposed to merge a list of files. There will be 2 forms of argument passing.
if isinstance(stufftomerge, basestring):
#A directory is specified. Figure out protection paths, listdir() it and process it.
mergelist = os.listdir(join(srcroot, stufftomerge))
offset = stufftomerge
mergelist = stufftomerge
offset = ""
for x in mergelist:
mysrc = join(srcroot, offset, x)
mydest = join(destroot, offset, x)
# myrealdest is mydest without the $ROOT prefix (makes a difference if ROOT!="/")
myrealdest = join(sep, offset, x)
# stat file once, test using S_* macros many times (faster that way)
mystat = os.lstat(mysrc)
except OSError, e:
writemsg(red("!!! ERROR: There appears to be ")+bold("FILE SYSTEM CORRUPTION.")+red(" A file that is listed\n"))
writemsg(red("!!! as existing is not capable of being stat'd. If you are using an\n"))
writemsg(red("!!! experimental kernel, please boot into a stable one, force an fsck,\n"))
writemsg(red("!!! and ensure your filesystem is in a sane state. ")+bold("'shutdown -Fr now'\n"))
writemsg(red("!!! File: ")+str(mysrc)+"\n", noiselevel=-1)
writemsg(red("!!! Error: ")+str(e)+"\n", noiselevel=-1)
except Exception, e:
writemsg(red("!!! ERROR: An unknown error has occurred during the merge process.\n"))
writemsg(red("!!! A stat call returned the following error for the following file:"))
writemsg( "!!! Please ensure that your filesystem is intact, otherwise report\n")
writemsg( "!!! this as a portage bug at Append 'emerge info'.\n")
writemsg( "!!! File: "+str(mysrc)+"\n", noiselevel=-1)
writemsg( "!!! Error: "+str(e)+"\n", noiselevel=-1)
mymode = mystat[stat.ST_MODE]
# handy variables; mydest is the target object on the live filesystems;
# mysrc is the source object in the temporary install dir
mydstat = os.lstat(mydest)
mydmode = mydstat.st_mode
except OSError, e:
if e.errno != errno.ENOENT:
del e
#dest file doesn't exist
mydstat = None
mydmode = None
if stat.S_ISLNK(mymode):
# we are merging a symbolic link
myabsto = abssymlink(mysrc)
if myabsto.startswith(srcroot):
myabsto = myabsto[len(srcroot):]
myabsto = myabsto.lstrip(sep)
myto = os.readlink(mysrc)
if self.settings and self.settings["D"]:
if myto.startswith(self.settings["D"]):
myto = myto[len(self.settings["D"]):]
# myrealto contains the path of the real file to which this symlink points.
# we can simply test for existence of this file to see if the target has been merged yet
myrealto = normalize_path(os.path.join(destroot, myabsto))
if mydmode!=None:
#destination exists
if not stat.S_ISLNK(mydmode):
if stat.S_ISDIR(mydmode):
# directory in the way: we can't merge a symlink over a directory
# we won't merge this, continue with next file...
if os.path.exists(mysrc) and stat.S_ISDIR(os.stat(mysrc)[stat.ST_MODE]):
# Kill file blocking installation of symlink to dir #71787
elif self.isprotected(mydest):
# Use md5 of the target in ${D} if it exists...
newmd5 = perform_md5(join(srcroot, myabsto))
except FileNotFound:
# Maybe the target is merged already.
newmd5 = perform_md5(myrealto)
except FileNotFound:
newmd5 = None
mydest = new_protect_filename(mydest, newmd5=newmd5)
# if secondhand is None it means we're operating in "force" mode and should not create a second hand.
if (secondhand != None) and (not os.path.exists(myrealto)):
# either the target directory doesn't exist yet or the target file doesn't exist -- or
# the target is a broken symlink. We will add this file to our "second hand" and merge
# it later.
# unlinking no longer necessary; "movefile" will overwrite symlinks atomically and correctly
mymtime = movefile(mysrc, mydest, newmtime=thismtime, sstat=mystat, mysettings=self.settings)
if mymtime != None:
writemsg_stdout(">>> %s -> %s\n" % (mydest, myto))
outfile.write("sym "+myrealdest+" -> "+myto+" "+str(mymtime)+"\n")
print "!!! Failed to move file."
print "!!!", mydest, "->", myto
elif stat.S_ISDIR(mymode):
# we are merging a directory
if mydmode != None:
# destination exists
if bsd_chflags:
# Save then clear flags on dest.
dflags = mydstat.st_flags
if dflags != 0:
bsd_chflags.lchflags(mydest, 0)
if not os.access(mydest, os.W_OK):
pkgstuff = pkgsplit(self.pkg)
writemsg("\n!!! Cannot write to '"+mydest+"'.\n", noiselevel=-1)
writemsg("!!! Please check permissions and directories for broken symlinks.\n")
writemsg("!!! You may start the merge process again by using ebuild:\n")
writemsg("!!! ebuild "+self.settings["PORTDIR"]+"/""/"+pkgstuff[0]+"/"+self.pkg+".ebuild merge\n")
writemsg("!!! And finish by running this: env-update\n\n")
return 1
if stat.S_ISLNK(mydmode) or stat.S_ISDIR(mydmode):
# a symlink to an existing directory will work for us; keep it:
writemsg_stdout("--- %s/\n" % mydest)
if bsd_chflags:
bsd_chflags.lchflags(mydest, dflags)
# a non-directory and non-symlink-to-directory. Won't work for us. Move out of the way.
if movefile(mydest, mydest+".backup", mysettings=self.settings) is None:
print "bak", mydest, mydest+".backup"
#now create our directory
if self.settings.selinux_enabled():
import selinux
sid = selinux.get_sid(mysrc)
if bsd_chflags:
bsd_chflags.lchflags(mydest, dflags)
os.chmod(mydest, mystat[0])
os.chown(mydest, mystat[4], mystat[5])
writemsg_stdout(">>> %s/\n" % mydest)
#destination doesn't exist
if self.settings.selinux_enabled():
import selinux
sid = selinux.get_sid(mysrc)
selinux.secure_mkdir(mydest, sid)
os.chmod(mydest, mystat[0])
os.chown(mydest, mystat[4], mystat[5])