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Apr 29, 2011, 3:39:21 PM (8 years ago)
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bruno
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r2179@localhost (orig r2178): bruno | 2009-04-25 02:42:48 +0200

  • Fix a bug on array size reported by SuSE build system (Stephan Lauffer lauffer_at_ph-freiburg.de)
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  • branches/2.2.8/mondo/src/common/libmondo-fork.c

    r1999 r2807  
    33
    44- subroutines for handling forking/pthreads/etc.
    5 
    6 
    7 01/20/2006
    8 - replaced partimagehack with ntfsclone
    9 
    10 06/20/2004
    11 - create fifo /var/log/partimagehack-debug.log and empty it
    12   to keep ramdisk from filling up
    13 
    14 04/13/2004
    15 - >= should be <= g_loglevel
    16 
    17 11/15/2003
    18 - changed a few []s to char*s
    19  
    20 10/12
    21 - rewrote partimagehack handling (multiple fifos, chunks, etc.)
    22 
    23 10/11
    24 - partimagehack now has debug level of N (set in my-stuff.h)
    25 
    26 10/08
    27 - call to partimagehack when restoring will now log errors to /var/log/....log
    28 
    29 10/06
    30 - cleaned up logging a bit
    31 
    32 09/30
    33 - line 735 - missing char* cmd in sprintf()
    34 
    35 09/28
    36 - added run_external_binary_with_percentage_indicator()
    37 - rewritten eval_call_to_make_ISO()
    38 
    39 09/18
    40 - call mkstemp instead of mktemp
    41 
    42 09/13
    43 - major NTFS hackage
    44 
    45 09/12
    46 - paranoid_system("rm -f /tmp/ *PARTIMAGE*") before calling partimagehack
    47 
    48 09/11
    49 - forward-ported unbroken feed_*_partimage() subroutines
    50   from early August 2003
    51 
    52 09/08
    53 - detect & use partimagehack if it exists
    54 
    55 09/05
    56 - finally finished partimagehack hack :)
    57 
    58 07/04
    59 - added subroutines to wrap around partimagehack
    60 
    61 04/27
    62 - don't echo (...res=%d...) at end of log_it()
    63   unnecessarily
    64 - replace newtFinished() and newtInit() with
    65   newtSuspend() and newtResume()
    66 
    67 04/24
    68 - added some assert()'s and log_OS_error()'s
    69 
    70 04/09
    71 - cleaned up run_program_and_log_output()
    72 
    73 04/07
    74 - cleaned up code a bit
    75 - let run_program_and_log_output() accept -1 (only log if _no error_)
    76 
    77 01/02/2003
    78 - in eval_call_to_make_ISO(), append output to MONDO_LOGFILE
    79   instead of a temporary stderr text file
    80 
    81 12/10
    82 - patch by Heiko Schlittermann to handle % chars in issue.net
    83 
    84 11/18
    85 - if mkisofs in eval_call_to_make_ISO() returns an error then return it,
    86   whether ISO was created or not
    87 
    88 10/30
    89 - if mkisofs in eval_call_to_make_ISO() returns an error then find out if
    90   the output (ISO) file has been created; if it has then return 0 anyway
    91 
    92 08/01 - 09/30
    93 - run_program_and_log_output() now takes boolean operator to specify
    94   whether it will log its activities in the event of _success_
    95 - system() now includes 2>/dev/null
    96 - enlarged some tmp[]'s
    97 - added run_program_and_log_to_screen() and run_program_and_log_output()
    98 
    99 07/24
    100 - created
    1015*/
    1026
     
    554458    FILE *fout;
    555459    FILE *ftmp;
     460    int tmpcap = 512;
    556461
    557462    log_msg(5, "Opening.");
    558     malloc_string(tmp);
     463    if (!(tmp = malloc(tmpcap))) {
     464        fatal_error("Failed to malloc() tmp");
     465    }
    559466    tmp[0] = '\0';
    560467    bufcap = 256L * 1024L;
     
    656563                sprintf(tmp, "I am here - %lld", (long long)ftello(fin));
    657564//    log_msg(0, tmp);
    658                 fread(tmp, 1, 512, fin);
     565                fread(tmp, 1, tmpcap, fin);
    659566                log_msg(0, "tmp = '%s'", tmp);
    660                 fwrite(tmp, 1, 512, ftmp);
     567                fwrite(tmp, 1, tmpcap, ftmp);
    661568                fclose(ftmp);
    662569                fatal_error("Missing terminating block");
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