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#!/bin/sh
#
# Bootchart logger script
# Ziga Mahkovec  <ziga.mahkovec@klika.si>
#
# Modified heavily for Alpine Linux bootcharting
# Timo Teras <timo.teras@iki.fi>
#
# This script is used for data collection for the bootchart
# boot performance visualization tool (http://www.bootchart.org).
#
# This script is tied to Alpine Init scripts and charts the
# bootup procedure only.
#

PATH="/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:$PATH"

# Configuration for bootchartd, the bootchart logger script.
TMPFS_SIZE=32m
SAMPLE_PERIOD=0.1
PROCESS_ACCOUNTING="no"
BOOTLOG_DEST=/var/log/bootchart.tgz
LOGDIR=/bootchart
EXIT_PROC="mingetty agetty rungetty getty fgetty"

# Monitoring commands
log_cmd_1="cat /proc/stat"
log_target_1=proc_stat.log

# /proc/diskstats is available in 2.6 kernels
log_cmd_2="cat /proc/diskstats"
log_target_2=proc_diskstats.log

log_cmd_3="cat /proc/[1-9]*/stat 2>/dev/null"
log_target_3=proc_ps.log

# Uncomment this line for diskless stations
#log_cmd_4="cat /proc/net/dev"
#log_target_4=proc_netdev.log

max_log=3

do_logging()
{
	# Enable process accounting if configured
	if [ "$PROCESS_ACCOUNTING" = "yes" ]; then
		[ -e kernel_pacct ] || : > kernel_pacct
		accton kernel_pacct
	fi

	# open file descriptors
	i=1
	while [ $i -le $max_log ]; do
		eval target=\"\$log_target_$i\"
		if [ -z "$target" ]; then
			max_log=$i
			break
		fi

		fd=$((2 + $i))
		eval exec $fd'>>$target'
		eval log_fd_$i=$fd
		i=$(($i + 1))
	done

	not_stop_logging=true
	while $not_stop_logging && \
	{ ! pidof $EXIT_PROC >/dev/null; }; do
		if [ -r /proc/uptime ]; then
			# Write the time (in jiffies).
			read uptime < /proc/uptime
			uptime=${uptime%% [0-9]*}
			uptime=${uptime%.*}${uptime#*.}

			i=1
			while [ $i -le $max_log ]; do
				eval fd=\$log_fd_$i\; cmd=\$log_cmd_$i

				{
					echo $uptime
					# Log the command output
					eval $cmd
					echo
				} >&$fd
				i=$(($i + 1))
			done
		fi

		sleep $SAMPLE_PERIOD
	done

	# close file descriptors
	i=1
	while [ $i -le $max_log ]; do
		eval fd=\$log_fd_$i
		eval exec $fd'>&-'
		i=$(($i + 1))
	done

	[ -e kernel_pacct ] && accton off
}

# Stop the boot logger.  The lock file is removed to force the loggers in
# background to exit.  Some final log files are created and then all log files
# from the tmpfs are packaged and stored in $BOOTLOG_DEST.
finalize()
{
	# Stop process accounting if configured
	local pacct=
	[ -e kernel_pacct ] && pacct=kernel_pacct

	# Write system information
	# Log some basic information about the system.
	(
		echo "version = $VERSION"
		echo "title = Boot chart for $( hostname | sed q ) ($( date ))"
		echo "system.uname = $( uname -srvm | sed q )"
		if [ -f /etc/alpine-release ]; then
			echo "system.release = $( sed q /etc/alpine-release )"
		elif [ -f /etc/gentoo-release ]; then
			echo "system.release = $( sed q /etc/gentoo-release )"
		elif [ -f /etc/SuSE-release ]; then
			echo "system.release = $( sed q /etc/SuSE-release )"
		elif [ -f /etc/debian_version ]; then
			echo "system.release = Debian GNU/$( uname -s ) $( cat /etc/debian_version )"
		elif [ -f /etc/frugalware-release ]; then
			echo "system.release = $( sed q /etc/frugalware-release )"
		elif [ -f /etc/pardus-release ]; then
			echo "system.release = $( sed q /etc/pardus-release )"
		else
			echo "system.release = $( sed 's/\\.//g;q' /etc/issue )"
		fi

		# Get CPU count
		local cpucount=$(grep -c '^processor' /proc/cpuinfo)
		if [ $cpucount -gt 1 -a -n "$(grep 'sibling.*2' /proc/cpuinfo)" ]; then
			# Hyper-Threading enabled
			cpucount=$(( $cpucount / 2 ))
		fi
		if grep -q '^model name' /proc/cpuinfo; then
			echo "system.cpu = $( grep '^model name' /proc/cpuinfo | sed q )"\
			     "($cpucount)"
		else
			echo "system.cpu = $( grep '^cpu' /proc/cpuinfo | sed q )"\
			     "($cpucount)"
		fi

		echo "system.kernel.options = $( sed q /proc/cmdline )"
	) >> header

	# Package log files
	tar -zcf "$BOOTLOG_DEST" header $pacct *.log
	rm "$LOGDIR"/*
	rmdir "$LOGDIR"
}

case "$1" in
init)
	# Started by the kernel or by the init script.
	NEWROOT="$2"
	mkdir "$LOGDIR"
	cd "$LOGDIR"

	(
		trap "not_stop_logging=false" USR1
		reexec=false
		trap "reexec=true; not_stop_logging=false" USR2

		do_logging
		if $reexec; then
			mkdir "$NEWROOT$LOGDIR"
			mv * "$NEWROOT$LOGDIR"
			cp /sbin/bootchartd $NEWROOT/sbin
			exec chroot $NEWROOT /sbin/bootchartd continue_logging \
				"$LOGDIR" </newroot/dev/null \
				>$NEWROOT/dev/console 2>&1
		else
			sleep $SAMPLE_PERIOD
			sleep $SAMPLE_PERIOD
			finalize
		fi
	) &
	;;
continue_logging)
	cd "$2"
	trap "not_stop_logging=false" USR1
	do_logging
	finalize
	;;
esac

exit 0