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1/***************************************************************************
2                          mondostructures.h  -  description
3                             -------------------
4    begin                : Fri Apr 19 2002
5    copyright            : (C) 2002 by Stan Benoit
6    email                : troff@nakedsoul.org
7    cvsid                : $Id: mondostructures.h 3273 2014-04-29 19:27:05Z bruno $
8 ***************************************************************************/
9
10/***************************************************************************
11 *                                                                         *
12 *   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify  *
13 *   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by  *
14 *   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or     *
15 *   (at your option) any later version.                                   *
16 *                                                                         *
17 ***************************************************************************/
18
19
20/**
21 * @file
22 * The header file defining all of Mondo's structures.
23 */
24
25
26/**
27 * Structure indicating one entry in the mountlist.
28 * There is one mountlist_line for each device we're keeping track of in the mountlist.
29 */
30struct mountlist_line {
31  /**
32   * The name of the device (/dev entry) for this mountlist line. Guaranteed to be unique.
33   */
34    char device[64];
35
36  /**
37   * The mountpoint for this mountlist line. Should be unique.
38   * This can be "raid", for a RAID subdisk, or "lvm", for an LVM PV.
39   */
40    char mountpoint[256];
41
42  /**
43   * The filesystem type of this entry. Examples: ext2, ext3, reiserfs, xfs, swap.
44   * Also, this can be "raid", for a RAID subdisk, or "lvm", for an LVM PV.
45   */
46    char format[64];
47
48  /**
49   * The size in kilobytes of this device. 0 or -1 indicates LVM.
50   */
51    long long size;
52
53  /**
54   * For ext2 and ext3, this is the filesystem label or uuid (if there is one). If not, this should be "".
55   */
56    char label[256];
57
58};
59
60/**
61 * The mountlist structure.
62 * This is used to keep track of a list of all the devices/partitions/formats/sizes/labels in the
63 * system, so we can recreate them in a nuke restore.
64 */
65struct mountlist_itself {
66  /**
67   * Number of entries in the mountlist.
68   */
69    int entries;
70
71  /**
72   * The list of entries, all @p entries of them.
73   */
74    struct mountlist_line el[MAX_MOUNTLIST_ENTRIES];
75};
76
77/**
78 * A structure which holds references to elements of the mountlist.
79 * This is used in resize_drive_proportionately_to_fit_new_drives() to
80 * ensure accurate resizing.
81 */
82struct mountlist_reference {
83  /**
84   * The number of entries in the list of mountlist references.
85   */
86    int entries;
87
88  /**
89   * The array of mountlist_line, allocated on demand.
90   */
91    struct mountlist_line **el;
92};
93
94/**
95 * A line in @p additional_raid_variables.
96 */
97struct raid_var_line {
98  /**
99   * The label for this RAID variable.
100   */
101    char label[64];
102
103  /**
104   * The value for this RAID variable.
105   */
106    char value[64];
107};
108
109/**
110 * The additional RAID variables structure.
111 * This is used to store a list of additional variables to be put in the raidtab,
112 * to allow users to use (new) features of RAID which Mondo doesn't (yet) support directly.
113 * Each @p raid_device_record has one.
114 */
115struct additional_raid_variables {
116  /**
117   * The number of entries in the list.
118   */
119    int entries;
120
121  /**
122   * The list of entries, all @p entries of them.
123   */
124    struct raid_var_line el[MAXIMUM_ADDITIONAL_RAID_VARS];
125};
126
127/**
128 * One disk in a @p list_of_disks.
129 */
130struct s_disk {
131#ifdef __FreeBSD__
132    /**
133     * The name of this disk. If blank it will eventually get filled in automatically.
134     */
135    char name[64];
136#endif
137  /**
138   * The device this entry describes.
139   */
140    char device[64];
141
142  /**
143   * Index number of this entry in the whole disklist.
144   */
145    int index;
146
147  /**
148   * Type of disk.
149   */
150    char type;  // ' ' = data (default), S = spare, F = faulty
151
152};
153
154/**
155 * A list of @p s_disk. Every @p raid_device_record has four.
156 */
157struct list_of_disks {
158  /**
159   * The number of entries in the disklist.
160   */
161    int entries;
162
163  /**
164   * The entries themselves, all @p entries of them.
165   */
166    struct s_disk el[MAXIMUM_DISKS_PER_RAID_DEV];
167};
168
169/**
170 * A type of media we're backing up to.
171 */
172typedef enum { none = 0,        ///< No type has been set yet.
173    iso,                        ///< Back up to ISO images.
174    cdr,                        ///< Back up to recordable CDs (do not erase them).
175    cdrw,                       ///< Back up to CD-RWs and blank them first.
176    dvd,                        ///< Back up to DVD+R[W] or DVD-R[W] disks.
177    cdstream,                   ///< Back up to recordable CDs but treat them like a tape streamer.
178    netfs,                      ///< Back up to an NETFS mount on the local subnet.
179    tape,                       ///< Back up to tapes.
180    usb,                        ///< Back up to USB devices.
181    udev                        ///< Back up to another unsupported device; just send a stream of bytes.
182} t_bkptype;
183
184/**
185 * A type of file in the catalog of recent archives.
186 */
187typedef enum { 
188    other,                      ///< Some other kind of file.
189    fileset,                    ///< An afioball (fileset), optionally compressed.
190    biggieslice                 ///< A slice of a biggiefile, optionally compressed.
191} t_archtype;
192
193/**
194 * A type of file in the catalog of recent archives.
195 */
196typedef enum {
197    nuke = 0,                   /// Nuke mode
198    interactive,                    /// Interactive mode
199    compare,                    /// Compare mode
200    mbr,                        /// MBR mode
201    isoonly,                    /// ISO mode
202    isonuke,                    /// ISO+Nuke mode
203} t_restore_mode;
204
205
206#ifdef __FreeBSD__
207
208struct vinum_subdisk {
209    char which_device[64];
210};
211
212struct vinum_plex {
213    int raidlevel;
214    int stripesize;
215    int subdisks;
216    struct vinum_subdisk sd[MAXIMUM_RAID_DEVS];
217};
218
219struct vinum_volume {
220    char volname[64];
221    int plexes;
222    struct vinum_plex plex[9];
223};
224
225struct raidlist_itself {
226    int entries;
227    struct list_of_disks spares;
228    struct list_of_disks disks;
229    struct vinum_volume el[MAXIMUM_RAID_DEVS];
230};
231
232#else
233
234        /**
235         * A RAID device in the raidlist.
236         */
237struct raid_device_record {
238      /**
239       * The name of the RAID device (e.g. /dev/md0).
240       */
241    char raid_device[64];
242
243      /**
244       * The RAID level (-1 to 5) we're using.
245       */
246    int raid_level;
247
248      /**
249       * Whether the disk has a persistent superblock.
250       */
251    int persistent_superblock;
252
253      /**
254       * The chunk size of this RAID device.
255       */
256    int chunk_size;
257
258      /**
259       * The parity algorithm of this RAID device. (RAID5 only)
260       */
261    int parity; // 0=left-asymmetric, 1=right-asymmetric, 2=left-symmetric, 3=right-symmetric
262
263      /**
264       * A list of the disks to use for storing data.
265       */
266    struct list_of_disks data_disks;
267
268      /**
269       * A list of the disks to use as "hot spares" in case one dies.
270       */
271    struct list_of_disks spare_disks;
272
273      /**
274       * A list of the disks to use for storing parity information.
275       */
276    struct list_of_disks parity_disks;
277
278      /**
279       * A list of the disks in this RAID device that have failed\. Rare.
280       */
281    struct list_of_disks failed_disks;
282
283      /**
284       * The additional RAID variables for this device.
285       */
286    struct additional_raid_variables additional_vars;
287
288      /**
289       * Resync progress for this device.
290       */
291    int progress;
292};
293
294        /**
295         * The list of RAID devices.
296         * This is intended to be used along with the mountlist, and it can be
297         * directly loaded from/saved to raidtab format.
298         */
299struct raidlist_itself {
300      /**
301       * The number of entries in the list.
302       */
303    int entries;
304
305      /**
306       * The RAID devices in the raidlist, all @p entries of them.
307       */
308    struct raid_device_record el[MAXIMUM_RAID_DEVS];
309};
310
311#endif
312
313/**
314 * The backup information structure.
315 *
316 * This is the central structure to all the activity going on inside Mondo.
317 * It is passed to almost every function that is not just a helper, even those
318 * which only use one variable of it, because it is useful keeping all the information
319 * together in one place. The usage of particular fields in the bkpinfo is marked in
320 * function documentation, but it is best to fill out as many fields as apply, because
321 * that function may in turn pass the bkpinfo to other functions which use other fields.
322 *
323 * To fill out the bkpinfo first call reset_bkpinfo() and pre_param_configuration(). Then set
324 * the backup-specific parameters (see mondo/mondoarchive/mondo-cli.c-\>process_switches for
325 * an example). After that, you should call post_param_configuration() to set some final
326 * parameters based on those you have already set. Failure to do the last step will result in
327 * extremely strange and hard-to-track errors in chop_filelist(), since optimal_set_size is 0.
328 */
329struct s_bkpinfo {
330  /**
331   * The device we're backing up to.
332   * If backup_media_type is @b cdr, @b cdrw, or @b cdstream, this should be the SCSI node (e.g. 0,1,0).
333   * If backup_media_type is @b dvd, @b tape, @b usb or @b udev, this should be a /dev entry.
334   * If backup_media_type is anything else, this should be blank.
335   */
336    char media_device[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
337
338  /**
339   * A field containing the sizes of the media in our backup set, in MB.
340   * If the size should be autodetected, make it -1 (preferable) or 0.
341   */
342    long media_size;
343
344  /**
345   * The boot loader that is installed. Available choices are:
346   * - 'G' for GRUB
347   * - 'L' for LILO
348   * - 'E' for ELILO
349   * - (FreeBSD only) 'B' for boot0
350   * - (FreeBSD only) 'D' for dangerously dedicated
351   * - 'R' for Raw
352   * - 'U' for Unknown or None
353   *
354   * The function which_boot_loader() can help you set this.
355   */
356    char boot_loader;
357
358  /**
359   * The boot device on which @p boot_loader is installed.
360   * This is a bit difficult to autodetect; you may want
361   * to take truncate_to_drive_name() of where_is_root_mounted().
362   */
363    char boot_device[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
364
365  /**
366   * The compression program to use. Currently supported
367   * choices are lzop, bzip2, gzip or lzma. This is ignored if
368   * compression_level is 0.
369   */
370    char zip_exe[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
371
372  /**
373   * The extension your compression program uses. lzop uses lzo, bzip uses
374   * bz2, gzip uses gz, etc. Do not include the dot.
375   */
376    char zip_suffix[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
377
378  /**
379   * Devices to back up as biggiefiles.
380   *
381   * This is useful for backing up NTFS partitions.
382   * @c ntfsclone is used to back up only the used sectors, so the space tradeoff is not bad.
383   * However, several caveats apply to such a partition:
384   * - It must not be mounted during the backup
385   * - It must be in a format that ntfsclone knows how to handle, i.e. NTFS
386   * - It cannot be verified during the verify or compare phase
387   * - It may not be resized or selectively restored at restore-time (all or nothing)
388   *
389   * This is a useful feature, but use at your own risk.
390   */
391    char image_devs[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
392
393  /**
394   * The compression level (1-9) to use. 0 disables compression.
395   */
396    int compression_level;
397
398  /**
399   * If TRUE, then use @c lzop to compress data.
400   * This is used mainly in estimates. The backup/restore may or may
401   * not work if you do not set this. You should also set @p zip_exe
402   * and @p zip_suffix.
403   */
404    bool use_lzo;
405
406  /**
407   * If TRUE, then use @c gzip to compress data.
408   * This is used mainly in estimates. The backup/restore may or may
409   * not work if you do not set this. You should also set @p zip_exe
410   * and @p zip_suffix.
411   */
412    bool use_gzip;
413
414/**
415   * If TRUE, then use @c lzma to compress data.
416   * This is used mainly in estimates. The backup/restore may or may
417   * not work if you do not set this. You should also set @p zip_exe
418   * and @p zip_suffix.
419   */
420    bool use_lzma;
421
422  /**
423   * If TRUE, then we should verify a backup.
424   */
425    bool verify_data;
426
427  /**
428   * If TRUE, then we should back up some data.
429   */
430    bool backup_data;
431
432  /**
433   * If TRUE, then we should restore some data.
434   */
435    bool restore_data;
436
437
438  /**
439    * If TRUE, then we should backup/restore using star, not afio
440   */
441    bool use_star;
442
443
444  /**
445   * Size of internal block reads/writes
446   */
447    long internal_tape_block_size;
448
449  /**
450   * If TRUE, we're making a CD that will autonuke without confirmation when booted.
451   */
452    bool disaster_recovery;
453
454  /**
455   * The directory we're backing up to.
456   * If backup_media_type is @b iso, then this is that directory.
457   * If backup_media_type is anything else, this is ignored.
458   */
459    char isodir[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
460
461/**
462   * The prefix to put in front of media number
463   * If backup_media_type is @b iso, then this is the prefix for the filename
464   * If backup_media_type is anything else, this is ignored.
465   */
466    char prefix[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
467
468  /**
469   * The scratch directory to use.
470   * This is the "stage" that the CD image is made directly from.
471   * As such, it needs to be at least as large as the largest CD/DVD/ISO.
472   */
473    char scratchdir[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
474
475  /**
476   * The temp directory to use.
477   * This is where filesets are stored by the archival threads before
478   * the main thread moves them to the scratchdir. You don't need a lot
479   * of space here.
480   */
481    char tmpdir[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
482
483  /**
484   * The optimal size for each fileset. This is set automatically in
485   * post_param_configuration() based on your @p backup_media_type; you
486   * needn't set it yourself.
487   */
488    long optimal_set_size;
489
490  /**
491   * The type of media we're backing up to.
492   */
493    t_bkptype backup_media_type;
494
495  /**
496   * Whether we should use a premade filelist or generate our own.
497   * If TRUE, then we generate our own filelist from the directories in @p include_paths.
498   * If FALSE, then we use the filelist whose name is specified in @p include_paths.
499   */
500    bool make_filelist;
501
502  /**
503   * Directories to back up, or (if !make_filelist) the filelist to use.
504   * In the former case, multiple directories should be separated by spaces.
505   * If you do nothing, "/" will be used.
506   */
507    char *include_paths;
508
509  /**
510   * Directories to NOT back up. Ignored if make_filelist == FALSE.
511   * Multiple directories should be separated by spaces. /tmp, /proc,
512   * the scratchdir, and the tempdir are automatically excluded.
513   */
514    char *exclude_paths;
515
516  /**
517   * Devices to NOT back up.
518   * Multiple devices should be separated by spaces.
519   */
520    char *exclude_devs;
521
522  /**
523   * The path to restore files relative to during a restore.
524   * This is useful if you want to extract the files (to test, for example)
525   * without overwriting the old ones. Ignored during a backup.
526   */
527    char restore_path[MAX_STR_LEN];
528
529  /**
530   * A command to call BEFORE making an ISO image.
531   */
532    char call_before_iso[MAX_STR_LEN];
533
534  /**
535   * A command to call to make an ISO image.
536   */
537    char call_make_iso[MAX_STR_LEN];
538
539  /**
540   * A command to call to burn the ISO image.
541   */
542    char call_burn_iso[MAX_STR_LEN];
543
544  /**
545   * A command to call AFTER making an ISO image.
546   */
547    char call_after_iso[MAX_STR_LEN];
548
549  /**
550   * Path to the user's kernel
551   */
552    char kernel_path[MAX_STR_LEN];
553
554  /**
555   * The NETFS mount to back up to/restore from.
556   * If backup_media_type is not @b netfs, this is ignored.
557   * It must contain a colon, and the server's address should be in dotted-decimal IP
558   * address form. (Domain names will be resolved in post_param_configuration().)
559   */
560    char *netfs_mount;
561
562  /**
563   * The directory, relative to the root of @p netfs_mount, to put
564   * the backups in.
565   */
566    char *netfs_remote_dir;
567
568  /**
569   * The potential user to use for NETFS backup
570   */
571    char *netfs_user;
572
573  /**
574   * The potential subdirectory under which are located ISO images on HDD (restore mode only)
575   */
576    char *subdir;
577
578  /**
579   * The protocol to use for Network backup (NFS, SSHFS, ...)
580   */
581    char *netfs_proto;
582
583  /**
584   * A tarball containing a program called "usr/bin/post-nuke" that will be run
585   * after nuking the system. If "", do not use a post-nuke tarball.
586   */
587    char postnuke_tarball[MAX_STR_LEN];
588
589  /**
590   * If TRUE, then pass cdrecord the argument "blank=fast" to wipe the CDs before
591   * writing to them. This has no effect for DVDs.
592   */
593    bool wipe_media_first;
594
595// patch by Herman Kuster
596  /**
597   * The differential level of this backup. Currently only 0 (full backup) and 1
598   * (files changed since last full backup) are supported.
599   */
600    int differential;
601// end patch
602
603  /**
604   * If TRUE, then don't eject media when backing up or restoring.
605   */
606    bool please_dont_eject;
607
608  /**
609   * The speed of the CD-R[W] drive.
610   */
611    int cdrw_speed;
612
613  /**
614   * If TRUE, then cdrecord will be passed some flags to help compensate for PCs
615   * with eccentric CD-ROM drives. If it has BurnProof technology, or is in a laptop,
616   * it probably falls into this category.
617   */
618    bool manual_cd_tray;
619
620  /**
621   * If TRUE, do not make the first CD bootable. This is dangerous but it saves a minute
622   * or so. It is useful in testing. Use with care.
623   */
624    bool nonbootable_backup;
625
626  /**
627   * If TRUE, make the bootable CD use LILO/ELILO. If FALSE, use isolinux (the default).
628   */
629    bool make_cd_use_lilo;
630
631  /**
632   * If TRUE, make the the tape bootable. If FALSE, normal tape, the default
633   */
634    bool use_obdr;
635
636  /**
637   * Nature of the restore
638   */
639    t_restore_mode restore_mode;
640};
641
642
643
644/**
645 * A node in a directory structure.
646 * Its internals are managed by load_filelist() et al; you only need to keep track of the top node.
647 * @bug My understanding of this structure is horrendously incomplete. Could you please fill in the details?
648 */
649struct s_node {
650  /**
651   * The character this node contains.
652   */
653    char ch;
654
655  /**
656   * The node to the right of this one.
657   */
658    struct s_node *right;
659
660  /**
661   * The node below this one.
662   */
663    struct s_node *down;
664
665  /**
666   * If TRUE, then this node is selected (for restore, for example).
667   */
668    bool selected;
669
670  /**
671   * If TRUE, then we want to see the directories below this one.
672   */
673    bool expanded;
674};
675
676
677
678/**
679 * Information about one file.
680 * This is used as the "zeroth slice" of a biggiefile to be able to recreate
681 * its name, mode, owner, group, mtime, atime, and to be able to verify it in Compare Mode.
682 */
683struct s_filename_and_lstat_info {
684        /**
685     * The filename of the file this structure is describing.
686     */
687    char filename[MAX_STR_LEN];
688
689        /**
690     * The MD5 checksum (32 hex digits) of this file.
691     */
692    char checksum[64];
693
694        /**
695     * Unused; kept for backwards compatibility.
696     */
697    char for_backward_compatibility;
698
699        /**
700     * The stat buffer for this file.
701     * Generated with a call to <tt>lstat(&(struc->properties))</tt> where @p struc
702     * is the @p s_filename_and_lstat_info.
703     */
704    struct stat properties;
705    bool use_ntfsprog;
706};
707
708
709/**
710 * A file with associated severity if it differed in a verify or compare.
711 */
712struct s_filelist_entry {
713        /**
714     * The name of the file.
715     */
716    char filename[MAX_STR_LEN];
717        /**
718     * The severity if the file has changed between the backup and live filesystem.
719     * This is on a scale from 1 to 3, 3 being the most important. File patterns which cause
720     * a severity of 1 are:
721     * - /etc/adjtime
722     * - /etc/mtab
723     * - /var/lib/slocate
724     * - /var/lock
725     * - /var/log
726     * - /var/spool (except /var/spool/mail)
727     * - /var/run
728     * - *~
729     * - *.log
730     * - *cache*
731     * - other temporary or unimportant files
732     *
733     * File patterns which cause a severity of 2 are:
734     * - /var (except /var/lock, /var/log, /var/run, /var/spool)
735     * - /home
736     * - /root/.*
737     * - /var/lib (except /var/lib/slocate, /var/lib/rpm)
738     * - /var/spool/mail
739     *
740     * File patterns which cause a severity of 3 are:
741     * - /etc (except /etc/adjtime, /etc/mtab)
742     * - /root (except /root/.*)
743     * - /usr
744     * - /var/lib/rpm
745     * - Anything else not matched explicitly
746     *
747     * @see severity_of_difference
748     */
749    int severity;
750};
751
752
753/**
754 * A list of @c s_filelist_entry.
755 */
756struct s_filelist {
757        /**
758     * The number of entries in the list.
759     */
760    int entries;
761
762        /**
763     * The entries themselves, all @p entries of them.
764     */
765    struct s_filelist_entry el[ARBITRARY_MAXIMUM];
766};
767
768
769/**
770 * An entry in the tape catalog.
771 */
772struct s_tapecat_entry {
773        /**
774     * The type of archive it is (afioball, slice, or something else).
775     */
776    t_archtype type;
777
778        /**
779     * The filelist number or biggiefile (not slice!) number.
780     */
781    int number;
782
783        /**
784     * The slice number if it's a biggiefile.
785     */
786    long aux;
787
788        /**
789     * The tape position at the point this entry was added.
790     */
791    long long tape_posK;
792
793        /**
794     * The filename of the file cataloged here.
795     */
796    char fname[MAX_TAPECAT_FNAME_LEN + 1];
797};
798
799
800/**
801 * A tape catalog, made of a list of @p s_tapecat_entry.
802 */
803struct s_tapecatalog {
804        /**
805     * The number of entries in the tape catalog.
806     */
807    int entries;
808
809        /**
810     * The entries themselves, all @p entries of them.
811     */
812    struct s_tapecat_entry el[MAX_TAPECATALOG_ENTRIES];
813};
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