#49860 Ticket 49854 - ns-slapd should create run_dir and lock_dir directories at startup
Closed 2 years ago by spichugi. Opened 3 years ago by mreynolds.
mreynolds/389-ds-base ticket49854  into  master

@@ -40,6 +40,7 @@ 

  inst_dir = @serverdir@/slapd-{instance_name}

  plugin_dir = @serverplugindir@

  system_schema_dir = @systemschemadir@

+ tmpfiles_d = @with_tmpfiles_d@


  ; These values can be altered in an installation of ds

  user = dirsrv

@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ 


      # You can get any variable from the list bellow. Like this:

      product = standalone.ds_paths.product



      variables = [


@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@ 




+         'tmpfiles_d',



  Module documentation

@@ -35,6 +35,7 @@ 

      remove_paths['lock_dir'] = dirsrv.ds_paths.lock_dir

      remove_paths['log_dir'] = dirsrv.ds_paths.log_dir

      # remove_paths['run_dir'] = dirsrv.ds_paths.run_dir

+     remove_paths['tmpfiles_d'] = dirsrv.ds_paths.tmpfiles_d + "/dirsrv-" + dirsrv.serverid + ".conf"


      marker_path = "%s/sysconfig/dirsrv-%s" % (dirsrv.ds_paths.sysconf_dir, dirsrv.serverid)


@@ -636,6 +636,14 @@ 


                                      "dirsrv@%s" % slapd['instance_name']])


+         # Setup tmpfiles_d

+         tmpfile_d = ds_paths.tmpfiles_d + "/dirsrv-" + slapd['instance_name'] + ".conf"

+         with open(tmpfile_d, "w") as TMPFILE_D:

+             TMPFILE_D.write("d {} 0770 {} {}\n".format(slapd['run_dir'], slapd['user'], slapd['group']))

+             TMPFILE_D.write("d {} 0770 {} {}\n".format(slapd['lock_dir'].replace("slapd-" + slapd['instance_name'], ""),

+                                                        slapd['user'], slapd['group']))

+             TMPFILE_D.write("d {} 0770 {} {}\n".format(slapd['lock_dir'], slapd['user'], slapd['group']))


          # Else we need to detect other init scripts?


          # Bind sockets to our type?

@@ -60,6 +60,7 @@ 




+     'tmpfiles_d',



  # will need to add the access, error, audit log later.

Description: dscreate was not creating its config file in /etc/tmpfiles.d/ like
setup-ds.pl used to do. The absence of this config file prevented
the server from being started afetr a reboot.


Reviewed by: ?

If using prefixed install, then tmpfiles directory won't be picked up by systemd-tmpfiles-setup service, since it looks only in these directories:



as listed in https://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/tmpfiles.d.html

rebased onto 780021d79c453309172a9a0a05299e81303b7e1b

3 years ago

Thanks @vashirov , changes made, please review...

rebased onto dd18389

3 years ago

Pull-Request has been merged by mreynolds

3 years ago

Hey, this isn't the fix. The point is that content on /run maybe destroyed at any time.

We should not be relying on lib389 to provide supporting content for ns-slapd.

The fix is that ns-slapd should only need a dse.ldif, and then it should make every other resource it requires. This is critical for newer systemd, tmpfs /run, and containers that don't always ship with state provided.

I would like this to be rolled back, and the fix should be in ns-slapd after dse.ldif is read, we should make all the directory paths we require, with the correct permissions.


Ahh okay. I'll work on this shortly...

@mreynolds Thanks, there is a longer justification on the mailing list. Really appreciate your help with this :)

@mreynolds Thanks, there is a longer justification on the mailing list. Really appreciate your help with this :)

Absolutely! Nice catch! I forgot about containers in this regard, just like we are not going to use upgrade scripts anymore - ns-slapd has to do it all. I'll get to it soon!

Great! Maybe I should get you to do nothing but containers for a few months ;)

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Pull-Request has been closed by spichugi

2 years ago