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;;; GNU Guix --- Functional package management for GNU
;;; Copyright © 2014, 2016, 2018 Ludovic Courtès <ludo@gnu.org>
;;; Copyright © 2017 Mathieu Othacehe <m.othacehe@gmail.com>
;;; This file is part of GNU Guix.
;;; GNU Guix is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
;;; under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at
;;; your option) any later version.
;;; GNU Guix is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
;;; WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;;; along with GNU Guix. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
(define-module (gnu build linux-modules)
#:use-module (guix elf)
#:use-module (guix glob)
#:use-module (guix build syscalls)
#:use-module ((guix build utils) #:select (find-files))
#:use-module (rnrs io ports)
#:use-module (rnrs bytevectors)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-1)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-26)
#:use-module (ice-9 vlist)
#:use-module (ice-9 match)
#:use-module (ice-9 rdelim)
#:export (dot-ko
;;; Commentary:
;;; Tools to deal with Linux kernel modules.
;;; Code:
(define current-module-debugging-port
(make-parameter (%make-void-port "w")))
(define (section-contents elf section)
"Return the contents of SECTION in ELF as a bytevector."
(let ((contents (make-bytevector (elf-section-size section))))
(bytevector-copy! (elf-bytes elf) (elf-section-offset section)
contents 0
(elf-section-size section))
(define %not-nul
(char-set-complement (char-set #\nul)))
(define (nul-separated-string->list str)
"Split STR at occurrences of the NUL character and return the resulting
string list."
(string-tokenize str %not-nul))
(define (key=value->pair str)
"Assuming STR has the form \"KEY=VALUE\", return a pair like (KEY
. \"VALUE\")."
(let ((= (string-index str #\=)))
(cons (string->symbol (string-take str =))
(string-drop str (+ 1 =)))))
(define (modinfo-section-contents file)
"Return the contents of the '.modinfo' section of FILE as a list of
key/value pairs.."
(let* ((bv (call-with-input-file file get-bytevector-all))
(elf (parse-elf bv))
(section (elf-section-by-name elf ".modinfo"))
(modinfo (section-contents elf section)))
(map key=value->pair
(nul-separated-string->list (utf8->string modinfo)))))
(define %not-comma
(char-set-complement (char-set #\,)))
(define (module-dependencies file)
"Return the list of modules that FILE depends on. The returned list
contains module names, not actual file names."
(let ((info (modinfo-section-contents file)))
(match (assq 'depends info)
(('depends . what)
(string-tokenize what %not-comma)))))
(define not-softdep-whitespace
(char-set-complement (char-set #\space #\tab)))
(define (module-soft-dependencies file)
"Return a list of (cons section soft-dependency) of module FILE."
;; TEXT: "pre: baz blubb foo post: bax bar"
(define (parse-softdep text)
(let loop ((value '())
(tokens (string-tokenize text not-softdep-whitespace))
(section #f))
(match tokens
((token rest ...)
(if (string=? (string-take-right token 1) ":") ; section
(loop value rest (string-trim-both (string-drop-right token 1)))
(loop (cons (cons section token) value) rest section)))
;; Note: Multiple 'softdep sections are allowed.
(let ((info (modinfo-section-contents file)))
(filter-map (match-lambda
(('softdep . value)
(parse-softdep value))
(_ #f))
(modinfo-section-contents file)))))
(define (module-aliases file)
"Return the list of aliases of module FILE."
(let ((info (modinfo-section-contents file)))
(filter-map (match-lambda
(('alias . value)
(_ #f))
(modinfo-section-contents file))))
(define dot-ko
(cut string-append <> ".ko"))
(define (ensure-dot-ko name)
"Return NAME with a '.ko' prefix appended, unless it already has it."
(if (string-suffix? ".ko" name)
(dot-ko name)))
(define (normalize-module-name module)
"Return the \"canonical\" name for MODULE, replacing hyphens with
;; See 'modname_normalize' in libkmod.
(string-map (lambda (chr)
(case chr
((#\-) #\_)
(else chr)))
(define (file-name->module-name file)
"Return the module name corresponding to FILE, stripping the trailing '.ko'
and normalizing it."
(normalize-module-name (basename file ".ko")))
(define (find-module-file directory module)
"Lookup module NAME under DIRECTORY, and return its absolute file name.
NAME can be a file name with or without '.ko', or it can be a module name.
Raise an error if it could not be found.
Module names can differ from file names in interesting ways; for instance,
module names usually (always?) use underscores as the inter-word separator,
whereas file names often, but not always, use hyphens. Examples:
\"usb-storage.ko\", \"serpent_generic.ko\"."
(define names
;; List of possible file names. XXX: It would of course be cleaner to
;; have a database that maps module names to file names and vice versa,
;; but everyone seems to be doing hacks like this one. Oh well!
(map ensure-dot-ko
(list module
(normalize-module-name module)
(string-map (lambda (chr) ;converse of 'normalize-module-name'
(case chr
((#\_) #\-)
(else chr)))
(match (find-files directory
(lambda (file stat)
(member (basename file) names)))
(error "kernel module not found" module directory))
((_ ...)
(error "several modules by that name" module directory))))
(define* (recursive-module-dependencies files
#:key (lookup-module dot-ko))
"Return the topologically-sorted list of file names of the modules depended
on by FILES, recursively. File names of modules are determined by applying
LOOKUP-MODULE to the module name."
(let loop ((files files)
(result '())
(visited vlist-null))
(match files
(delete-duplicates (reverse result)))
((head . tail)
(let* ((visited? (vhash-assoc head visited))
(deps (if visited?
(map lookup-module (module-dependencies head))))
(visited (if visited?
(vhash-cons head #t visited))))
(loop (append deps tail)
(append result deps) visited))))))
(define %not-newline
(char-set-complement (char-set #\newline)))
(define (modules-loaded)
"Return the list of names of currently loaded Linux modules."
(let* ((contents (call-with-input-file "/proc/modules"
(lines (string-tokenize contents %not-newline)))
(match (map string-tokenize lines)
(((modules . _) ...)
(define (module-black-list)
"Return the black list of modules that must not be loaded. This black list
is specified using 'modprobe.blacklist=MODULE1,MODULE2,...' on the kernel
command line; it is honored by libkmod for users that pass
'KMOD_PROBE_APPLY_BLACKLIST', which includes 'modprobe --use-blacklist' and
(define parameter
(let ((command (call-with-input-file "/proc/cmdline"
(append-map (lambda (arg)
(if (string-prefix? parameter arg)
(string-tokenize (string-drop arg (string-length parameter))
(string-tokenize command))))
(define (module-loaded? module)
"Return #t if MODULE is already loaded. MODULE must be a Linux module name,
not a file name."
(member module (modules-loaded)))
(define* (load-linux-module* file
(recursive? #t)
(lookup-module dot-ko)
(black-list (module-black-list)))
"Load Linux module from FILE, the name of a '.ko' file; return true on
success, false otherwise. When RECURSIVE? is true, load its dependencies
first (à la 'modprobe'.) The actual files containing modules depended on are
obtained by calling LOOKUP-MODULE with the module name. Modules whose name
appears in BLACK-LIST are not loaded."
(define (black-listed? module)
(let ((result (member module black-list)))
(when result
(format (current-module-debugging-port)
"not loading module '~a' because it's black-listed~%"
(define (load-dependencies file)
(let ((dependencies (module-dependencies file)))
(every (cut load-linux-module* <>
#:lookup-module lookup-module
#:black-list black-list)
(map lookup-module dependencies))))
(and (not (black-listed? (file-name->module-name file)))
(or (not recursive?)
(load-dependencies file))
(let ((fd #f))
(format (current-module-debugging-port)
"loading Linux module from '~a'...~%" file)
(catch 'system-error
(lambda ()
(set! fd (open-fdes file O_RDONLY))
(load-linux-module/fd fd)
(close-fdes fd)
(lambda args
;; If this module was already loaded and we're in modprobe style, ignore
;; the error.
(when fd (close-fdes fd))
(or (and recursive? (= EEXIST (system-error-errno args)))
(apply throw args)))))))
;;; Device modules.
;; Copied from (guix utils). FIXME: Factorize.
(define (readlink* file)
"Call 'readlink' until the result is not a symlink."
(define %max-symlink-depth 50)
(let loop ((file file)
(depth 0))
(define (absolute target)
(if (absolute-file-name? target)
(string-append (dirname file) "/" target)))
(if (>= depth %max-symlink-depth)
(lambda ()
(catch 'system-error
(lambda ()
(values #t (readlink file)))
(lambda args
(let ((errno (system-error-errno args)))
(if (or (= errno EINVAL))
(values #f file)
(apply throw args))))))
(lambda (success? target)
(if success?
(loop (absolute target) (+ depth 1))
;; See 'major' and 'minor' in <sys/sysmacros.h>.
(define (stat->device-major st)
(ash (logand #xfff00 (stat:rdev st)) -8))
(define (stat->device-minor st)
(logand #xff (stat:rdev st)))
(define %not-slash
(char-set-complement (char-set #\/)))
(define (read-uevent port)
"Read a /sys 'uevent' file from PORT and return an alist where each car is a
key such as 'MAJOR or 'DEVTYPE and each cdr is the corresponding value."
(let loop ((result '()))
(match (read-line port)
((? eof-object?)
(reverse result))
(loop (cons (key=value->pair line) result))))))
(define (device-module-aliases device)
"Return the list of module aliases required by DEVICE, a /dev file name, as
in this example:
(device-module-aliases \"/dev/sda\")
=> (\"scsi:t-0x00\" \"pci:v00008086d00009D03sv0000103Csd000080FAbc01sc06i01\")
The modules corresponding to these aliases can then be found using
;; The approach is adapted from
;; <https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/97676/how-to-find-the-driver-module-associated-with-a-device-on-linux>.
(let* ((st (stat device))
(type (stat:type st))
(major (stat->device-major st))
(minor (stat->device-minor st))
(sys-name (string-append "/sys/dev/"
(case type
((block-special) "block")
((char-special) "char")
(else (symbol->string type)))
"/" (number->string major) ":"
(number->string minor)))
(directory (canonicalize-path (readlink* sys-name))))
(let loop ((components (string-tokenize directory %not-slash))
(aliases '()))
(match components
(("sys" "devices" _)
(reverse aliases))
((head ... _)
(let ((uevent (string-append (string-join components "/" 'prefix)
(if (file-exists? uevent)
(let ((props (call-with-input-file uevent read-uevent)))
(match (assq-ref props 'MODALIAS)
(#f (loop head aliases))
(alias (loop head (cons alias aliases)))))
(loop head aliases))))))))
(define (read-module-aliases port)
"Read from PORT data in the Linux 'modules.alias' file format. Return a
list of alias/module pairs where each alias is a glob pattern as like the
result of:
(string->compiled-sglob \"scsi:t-0x01*\")
and each module is a module name like \"snd_hda_intel\"."
(define (comment? str)
(string-prefix? "#" str))
(define (tokenize str)
;; Lines have the form "alias ALIAS MODULE", where ALIAS can contain
;; whitespace. This is why we don't use 'string-tokenize'.
(let* ((str (string-trim-both str))
(left (string-index str #\space))
(right (string-rindex str #\space)))
(list (string-take str left)
(string-trim-both (substring str left right))
(string-trim-both (string-drop str right)))))
(let loop ((aliases '()))
(match (read-line port)
((? eof-object?)
(reverse aliases))
((? comment?)
(loop aliases))
(match (tokenize line)
(("alias" alias module)
(loop (alist-cons (string->compiled-sglob alias) module
(() ;empty line
(loop aliases)))))))
(define (current-kernel-directory)
"Return the directory of the currently running Linux kernel."
(string-append (or (getenv "LINUX_MODULE_DIRECTORY")
"/" (utsname:release (uname))))
(define (current-alias-file)
"Return the absolute file name of the default 'modules.alias' file."
(string-append (current-kernel-directory) "/modules.alias"))
(define* (known-module-aliases #:optional (alias-file (current-alias-file)))
"Return the list of alias/module pairs read from ALIAS-FILE. Each alias is
actually a pattern."
(call-with-input-file alias-file read-module-aliases))
(define* (matching-modules alias
#:optional (known-aliases (known-module-aliases)))
"Return the list of modules that match ALIAS according to KNOWN-ALIASES.
ALIAS is a string like \"scsi:t-0x00\" as returned by
(filter-map (match-lambda
((pattern . module)
(and (glob-match? pattern alias)
;;; linux-modules.scm ends here