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authorTom Gundersen <teg@jklm.no>2012-08-23 09:22:53 (GMT)
committerTom Gundersen <teg@jklm.no>2012-08-23 09:22:53 (GMT)
commit41b8e8b66bfeb2a6bb851355ea141d7064eddb10 (patch)
tree616128e15ab0c07a20add65e13fd90aa218ba303
parent7e019c49b21cf2e975ff7d8b2bedf3bb2477d1c6 (diff)
downloadinitscripts-41b8e8b66bfeb2a6bb851355ea141d7064eddb10.tar.xz
add some deprecation warnings
As we are moving to systemd, alert initscripts users in case they use the legacy configuration options. The legacy options will still work in initscripts, but eventually will not work with systemd. In other words, most users will want to switch to the new settings. Signed-off-by: Tom Gundersen <teg@jklm.no>
-rw-r--r--functions7
-rwxr-xr-xnetwork4
-rwxr-xr-xrc.sysinit53
3 files changed, 36 insertions, 28 deletions
diff --git a/functions b/functions
index 66e2242..ee7581b 100644
--- a/functions
+++ b/functions
@@ -137,6 +137,10 @@ deltext() {
printf "${DEL_TEXT}"
}
+print_depr() {
+ printf "${C_FAIL} ${1} is deprecated. See ${2} for details.${C_CLEAR} \n"
+}
+
printhl() {
printf "${C_OTHER}${PREFIX_HL} ${C_H1}${1}${C_CLEAR} \n"
}
@@ -367,6 +371,7 @@ load_modules() {
local rc=0
if [[ $MODULES ]]; then
+ print_depr "MODULES=" "rc.conf(5) and modules-load.d(5)"
/usr/lib/systemd/arch-modules-load
rc=$?
fi
@@ -414,7 +419,7 @@ do_unlock_legacy() {
# $2 = source device
# $3 = password
# $4 = options
- printf "${C_FAIL}Using legacy crypttab format. This will stop working in the future. See crypttab(5).${C_CLEAR}\n"
+ print_depr "The legacy crypttab format" "crypttab(5)"
local open=create a=$1 b=$2 failed=0
# Ordering of options is different if you are using LUKS vs. not.
# Use ugly swizzling to deal with it.
diff --git a/network b/network
index b8b6989..de6e9b4 100755
--- a/network
+++ b/network
@@ -18,9 +18,7 @@ need_legacy() {
}
deprecated() {
- printf "${C_FAIL}Warning:${C_CLEAR} Your network settings are deprecated.\n"
- printf " Please refer to 'man 5 rc.conf' on how to define a single wired\n"
- printf " connection, or use a utility such as netcfg.\n"
+ print_depr "The legacy network settings format" "rc.conf(5)"
}
network_up() {
diff --git a/rc.sysinit b/rc.sysinit
index eb49e2b..b285cc7 100755
--- a/rc.sysinit
+++ b/rc.sysinit
@@ -35,12 +35,28 @@ bootlogd -p /run/bootlogd.pid
run_hook sysinit_start
HWCLOCK_PARAMS="--systz"
-case $HARDWARECLOCK in
- "") ;;
- UTC) HWCLOCK_PARAMS+=" --utc --noadjfile";;
- localtime) HWCLOCK_PARAMS+=" --localtime --noadjfile";;
- *) HWCLOCK_PARAMS="";;
-esac
+
+if [[ $HARDWARECLOCK ]]; then
+ print_depr "HARDWARECLOCK=" "rc.conf(5) and hwclock(8)"
+
+ [[ -f /etc/adjtime ]] && { read ; read ; read ADJTIME; } < /etc/adjtime
+
+ if [[ $ADJTIME == 'LOCAL' ]]; then
+ if [[ $HARDWARECLOCK == 'UTC' ]]; then
+ printf "${C_FAIL}/etc/rc.conf says the RTC is in UTC, but /etc/adjtime says it is in localtime.\n${C_OTHER}."
+ fi
+ else
+ if [[ $HARDWARECLOCK == 'LOCALTIME' ]]; then
+ printf "${C_FAIL}/etc/rc.conf says the RTC is in localtime, but hwclock (/etc/adjtime) thinks it is in UTC.\n${C_OTHER}."
+ fi
+ fi
+
+ case $HARDWARECLOCK in
+ UTC) HWCLOCK_PARAMS+=" --utc --noadjfile";;
+ localtime) HWCLOCK_PARAMS+=" --localtime --noadjfile";;
+ *) HWCLOCK_PARAMS="";;
+ esac
+fi
if [[ $HWCLOCK_PARAMS ]]; then
stat_busy "Adjusting system time and setting kernel time zone"
@@ -48,11 +64,11 @@ if [[ $HWCLOCK_PARAMS ]]; then
# Adjust the system time for time zone offset if rtc is not in UTC, as
# filesystem checks can depend on system time. This also sets the kernel
# time zone, used by e.g. vfat.
- # If TIMEZONE is not set in rc.conf, the time zone stored in /etc/localtime
- # is used. If HARDWARECLOCK is not set in rc.conf, the value in
- # /etc/adjfile is used.
- [[ $TIMEZONE ]] && export TZ=$TIMEZONE
+ if [[ $TIMEZONE ]]; then
+ print_depr "TIMEZONE=" "rc.conf(5)"
+ export TZ=$TIMEZONE
+ fi
hwclock $HWCLOCK_PARAMS && stat_done || stat_fail
@@ -121,6 +137,9 @@ status 'Initializing random seed' /usr/lib/systemd/systemd-random-seed load
# Remove leftover files
remove_leftover
+if [[ $HOSTNAME ]]; then
+ print_depr "HOSTNAME=" "rc.conf(5) and hostname(5)"
+fi
if [[ -s /etc/hostname ]]; then
HOSTNAME=$(< /etc/hostname)
fi
@@ -138,20 +157,6 @@ stat_busy "Saving dmesg log"
fi
(( $? == 0 )) && stat_done || stat_fail
-if [[ -f /etc/adjtime ]]; then
- { read ; read ; read ADJTIME; } < /etc/adjtime
-
- if [[ $ADJTIME == 'LOCAL' ]]; then
- if [[ $HARDWARECLOCK == 'UTC' ]]; then
- printf "${C_FAIL}/etc/rc.conf says the RTC is in UTC, but /etc/adjtime says it is in localtime.\n${C_OTHER}."
- fi
- else
- if [[ $HARDWARECLOCK == 'LOCALTIME' ]]; then
- printf "${C_FAIL}/etc/rc.conf says the RTC is in localtime, but hwclock (/etc/adjtime) thinks it is in UTC.\n${C_OTHER}."
- fi
- fi
-fi
-
run_hook sysinit_end
# End of file