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#include "config.h"
#include "references.hh"
#include "pathlocks.hh"
#include "misc.hh"
#include "globals.hh"
#include "local-store.hh"
#include "util.hh"
#include "archive.hh"
#include "affinity.hh"
#include "builtins.hh"
#include <map>
#include <sstream>
#include <algorithm>
#include <limits.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/wait.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/utsname.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <cstring>
#include <pwd.h>
#include <grp.h>
#include <bzlib.h>
/* Includes required for chroot support. */
#if HAVE_SYS_PARAM_H
#include <sys/param.h>
#endif
#if HAVE_SYS_MOUNT_H
#include <sys/mount.h>
#endif
#if HAVE_SYS_SYSCALL_H
#include <sys/syscall.h>
#endif
#if HAVE_SCHED_H
#include <sched.h>
#endif
/* In GNU libc 2.11, <sys/mount.h> does not define `MS_PRIVATE', but
<linux/fs.h> does. */
#if !defined MS_PRIVATE && defined HAVE_LINUX_FS_H
#include <linux/fs.h>
#endif
#define CHROOT_ENABLED HAVE_CHROOT && HAVE_SYS_MOUNT_H && defined(MS_BIND) && defined(MS_PRIVATE) && defined(CLONE_NEWNS) && defined(SYS_pivot_root)
#if CHROOT_ENABLED
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <sys/ioctl.h>
#include <net/if.h>
#include <netinet/ip.h>
#endif
#if __linux__
#include <sys/personality.h>
#endif
#if HAVE_STATVFS
#include <sys/statvfs.h>
#endif
namespace nix {
using std::map;
static string pathNullDevice = "/dev/null";
/* Forward definition. */
class Worker;
struct HookInstance;
/* A pointer to a goal. */
class Goal;
class DerivationGoal;
typedef std::shared_ptr<Goal> GoalPtr;
typedef std::weak_ptr<Goal> WeakGoalPtr;
struct CompareGoalPtrs {
bool operator() (const GoalPtr & a, const GoalPtr & b);
};
/* Set of goals. */
typedef set<GoalPtr, CompareGoalPtrs> Goals;
typedef list<WeakGoalPtr> WeakGoals;
/* A map of paths to goals (and the other way around). */
typedef map<Path, WeakGoalPtr> WeakGoalMap;
class Goal : public std::enable_shared_from_this<Goal>
{
public:
typedef enum {ecBusy, ecSuccess, ecFailed, ecNoSubstituters, ecIncompleteClosure} ExitCode;
protected:
/* Backlink to the worker. */
Worker & worker;
/* Goals that this goal is waiting for. */
Goals waitees;
/* Goals waiting for this one to finish. Must use weak pointers
here to prevent cycles. */
WeakGoals waiters;
/* Number of goals we are/were waiting for that have failed. */
unsigned int nrFailed;
/* Number of substitution goals we are/were waiting for that
failed because there are no substituters. */
unsigned int nrNoSubstituters;
/* Number of substitution goals we are/were waiting for that
failed because othey had unsubstitutable references. */
unsigned int nrIncompleteClosure;
/* Name of this goal for debugging purposes. */
string name;
/* Whether the goal is finished. */
ExitCode exitCode;
Goal(Worker & worker) : worker(worker)
{
nrFailed = nrNoSubstituters = nrIncompleteClosure = 0;
exitCode = ecBusy;
}
virtual ~Goal()
{
trace("goal destroyed");
}
public:
virtual void work() = 0;
void addWaitee(GoalPtr waitee);
virtual void waiteeDone(GoalPtr waitee, ExitCode result);
virtual void handleChildOutput(int fd, const string & data)
{
abort();
}
virtual void handleEOF(int fd)
{
abort();
}
void trace(const format & f);
string getName()
{
return name;
}
ExitCode getExitCode()
{
return exitCode;
}
/* Callback in case of a timeout. It should wake up its waiters,
get rid of any running child processes that are being monitored
by the worker (important!), etc. */
virtual void timedOut() = 0;
virtual string key() = 0;
protected:
void amDone(ExitCode result);
};
bool CompareGoalPtrs::operator() (const GoalPtr & a, const GoalPtr & b) {
string s1 = a->key();
string s2 = b->key();
return s1 < s2;
}
/* A mapping used to remember for each child process to what goal it
belongs, and file descriptors for receiving log data and output
path creation commands. */
struct Child
{
WeakGoalPtr goal;
set<int> fds;
bool respectTimeouts;
bool inBuildSlot;
time_t lastOutput; /* time we last got output on stdout/stderr */
time_t timeStarted;
};
typedef map<pid_t, Child> Children;
/* The worker class. */
class Worker
{
private:
/* Note: the worker should only have strong pointers to the
top-level goals. */
/* The top-level goals of the worker. */
Goals topGoals;
/* Goals that are ready to do some work. */
WeakGoals awake;
/* Goals waiting for a build slot. */
WeakGoals wantingToBuild;
/* Child processes currently running. */
Children children;
/* Number of build slots occupied. This includes local builds and
substitutions but not remote builds via the build hook. */
unsigned int nrLocalBuilds;
/* Maps used to prevent multiple instantiations of a goal for the
same derivation / path. */
WeakGoalMap derivationGoals;
WeakGoalMap substitutionGoals;
/* Goals waiting for busy paths to be unlocked. */
WeakGoals waitingForAnyGoal;
/* Goals sleeping for a few seconds (polling a lock). */
WeakGoals waitingForAWhile;
/* Last time the goals in `waitingForAWhile' where woken up. */
time_t lastWokenUp;
public:
/* Set if at least one derivation had a BuildError (i.e. permanent
failure). */
bool permanentFailure;
/* Set if at least one derivation had a timeout. */
bool timedOut;
LocalStore & store;
std::shared_ptr<HookInstance> hook;
Worker(LocalStore & store);
~Worker();
/* Make a goal (with caching). */
GoalPtr makeDerivationGoal(const Path & drvPath, const StringSet & wantedOutputs, BuildMode buildMode = bmNormal);
GoalPtr makeSubstitutionGoal(const Path & storePath, bool repair = false);
/* Remove a dead goal. */
void removeGoal(GoalPtr goal);
/* Wake up a goal (i.e., there is something for it to do). */
void wakeUp(GoalPtr goal);
/* Return the number of local build and substitution processes
currently running (but not remote builds via the build
hook). */
unsigned int getNrLocalBuilds();
/* Registers a running child process. `inBuildSlot' means that
the process counts towards the jobs limit. */
void childStarted(GoalPtr goal, pid_t pid,
const set<int> & fds, bool inBuildSlot, bool respectTimeouts);
/* Unregisters a running child process. `wakeSleepers' should be
false if there is no sense in waking up goals that are sleeping
because they can't run yet (e.g., there is no free build slot,
or the hook would still say `postpone'). */
void childTerminated(pid_t pid, bool wakeSleepers = true);
/* Put `goal' to sleep until a build slot becomes available (which
might be right away). */
void waitForBuildSlot(GoalPtr goal);
/* Wait for any goal to finish. Pretty indiscriminate way to
wait for some resource that some other goal is holding. */
void waitForAnyGoal(GoalPtr goal);
/* Wait for a few seconds and then retry this goal. Used when
waiting for a lock held by another process. This kind of
polling is inefficient, but POSIX doesn't really provide a way
to wait for multiple locks in the main select() loop. */
void waitForAWhile(GoalPtr goal);
/* Loop until the specified top-level goals have finished. */
void run(const Goals & topGoals);
/* Wait for input to become available. */
void waitForInput();
unsigned int exitStatus();
};
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
void addToWeakGoals(WeakGoals & goals, GoalPtr p)
{
// FIXME: necessary?
// FIXME: O(n)
foreach (WeakGoals::iterator, i, goals)
if (i->lock() == p) return;
goals.push_back(p);
}
void Goal::addWaitee(GoalPtr waitee)
{
waitees.insert(waitee);
addToWeakGoals(waitee->waiters, shared_from_this());
}
void Goal::waiteeDone(GoalPtr waitee, ExitCode result)
{
assert(waitees.find(waitee) != waitees.end());
waitees.erase(waitee);
trace(format("waitee `%1%' done; %2% left") %
waitee->name % waitees.size());
if (result == ecFailed || result == ecNoSubstituters || result == ecIncompleteClosure) ++nrFailed;
if (result == ecNoSubstituters) ++nrNoSubstituters;
if (result == ecIncompleteClosure) ++nrIncompleteClosure;
if (waitees.empty() || (result == ecFailed && !settings.keepGoing)) {
/* If we failed and keepGoing is not set, we remove all
remaining waitees. */
foreach (Goals::iterator, i, waitees) {
GoalPtr goal = *i;
WeakGoals waiters2;
foreach (WeakGoals::iterator, j, goal->waiters)
if (j->lock() != shared_from_this()) waiters2.push_back(*j);
goal->waiters = waiters2;
}
waitees.clear();
worker.wakeUp(shared_from_this());
}
}
void Goal::amDone(ExitCode result)
{
trace("done");
assert(exitCode == ecBusy);
assert(result == ecSuccess || result == ecFailed || result == ecNoSubstituters || result == ecIncompleteClosure);
exitCode = result;
foreach (WeakGoals::iterator, i, waiters) {
GoalPtr goal = i->lock();
if (goal) goal->waiteeDone(shared_from_this(), result);
}
waiters.clear();
worker.removeGoal(shared_from_this());
}
void Goal::trace(const format & f)
{
debug(format("%1%: %2%") % name % f);
}
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
/* Common initialisation performed in child processes. */
static void commonChildInit(Pipe & logPipe)
{
/* Put the child in a separate session (and thus a separate
process group) so that it has no controlling terminal (meaning
that e.g. ssh cannot open /dev/tty) and it doesn't receive
terminal signals. */
if (setsid() == -1)
throw SysError(format("creating a new session"));
/* Dup the write side of the logger pipe into stderr. */
if (dup2(logPipe.writeSide, STDERR_FILENO) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot pipe standard error into log file");
/* Dup stderr to stdout. */
if (dup2(STDERR_FILENO, STDOUT_FILENO) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot dup stderr into stdout");
/* Reroute stdin to /dev/null. */
int fdDevNull = open(pathNullDevice.c_str(), O_RDWR);
if (fdDevNull == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot open `%1%'") % pathNullDevice);
if (dup2(fdDevNull, STDIN_FILENO) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot dup null device into stdin");
close(fdDevNull);
}
/* Restore default handling of SIGPIPE, otherwise some programs will
randomly say "Broken pipe". */
static void restoreSIGPIPE()
{
struct sigaction act, oact;
act.sa_handler = SIG_DFL;
act.sa_flags = 0;
sigemptyset(&act.sa_mask);
if (sigaction(SIGPIPE, &act, &oact)) throw SysError("resetting SIGPIPE");
}
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
class UserLock
{
private:
/* POSIX locks suck. If we have a lock on a file, and we open and
close that file again (without closing the original file
descriptor), we lose the lock. So we have to be *very* careful
not to open a lock file on which we are holding a lock. */
static PathSet lockedPaths; /* !!! not thread-safe */
Path fnUserLock;
AutoCloseFD fdUserLock;
string user;
uid_t uid;
gid_t gid;
std::vector<gid_t> supplementaryGIDs;
public:
UserLock();
~UserLock();
void acquire();
void release();
void kill();
string getUser() { return user; }
uid_t getUID() { return uid; }
uid_t getGID() { return gid; }
std::vector<gid_t> getSupplementaryGIDs() { return supplementaryGIDs; }
bool enabled() { return uid != 0; }
};
PathSet UserLock::lockedPaths;
UserLock::UserLock()
{
uid = gid = 0;
}
UserLock::~UserLock()
{
release();
}
void UserLock::acquire()
{
assert(uid == 0);
assert(settings.buildUsersGroup != "");
/* Get the members of the build-users-group. */
struct group * gr = getgrnam(settings.buildUsersGroup.c_str());
if (!gr)
throw Error(format("the group `%1%' specified in `build-users-group' does not exist")
% settings.buildUsersGroup);
gid = gr->gr_gid;
/* Copy the result of getgrnam. */
Strings users;
for (char * * p = gr->gr_mem; *p; ++p) {
debug(format("found build user `%1%'") % *p);
users.push_back(*p);
}
if (users.empty())
throw Error(format("the build users group `%1%' has no members")
% settings.buildUsersGroup);
/* Find a user account that isn't currently in use for another
build. */
foreach (Strings::iterator, i, users) {
debug(format("trying user `%1%'") % *i);
struct passwd * pw = getpwnam(i->c_str());
if (!pw)
throw Error(format("the user `%1%' in the group `%2%' does not exist")
% *i % settings.buildUsersGroup);
createDirs(settings.nixStateDir + "/userpool");
fnUserLock = (format("%1%/userpool/%2%") % settings.nixStateDir % pw->pw_uid).str();
if (lockedPaths.find(fnUserLock) != lockedPaths.end())
/* We already have a lock on this one. */
continue;
AutoCloseFD fd = open(fnUserLock.c_str(), O_RDWR | O_CREAT, 0600);
if (fd == -1)
throw SysError(format("opening user lock `%1%'") % fnUserLock);
closeOnExec(fd);
if (lockFile(fd, ltWrite, false)) {
fdUserLock = fd.borrow();
lockedPaths.insert(fnUserLock);
user = *i;
uid = pw->pw_uid;
/* Sanity check... */
if (uid == getuid() || uid == geteuid())
throw Error(format("the Nix user should not be a member of `%1%'")
% settings.buildUsersGroup);
/* Get the list of supplementary groups of this build user. This
is usually either empty or contains a group such as "kvm". */
supplementaryGIDs.resize(10);
int ngroups = supplementaryGIDs.size();
int err = getgrouplist(pw->pw_name, pw->pw_gid,
supplementaryGIDs.data(), &ngroups);
if (err == -1)
throw Error(format("failed to get list of supplementary groups for ‘%1%’") % pw->pw_name);
supplementaryGIDs.resize(ngroups);
return;
}
}
throw Error(format("all build users are currently in use; "
"consider creating additional users and adding them to the `%1%' group")
% settings.buildUsersGroup);
}
void UserLock::release()
{
if (uid == 0) return;
fdUserLock.close(); /* releases lock */
assert(lockedPaths.find(fnUserLock) != lockedPaths.end());
lockedPaths.erase(fnUserLock);
fnUserLock = "";
uid = 0;
}
void UserLock::kill()
{
assert(enabled());
killUser(uid);
}
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
struct HookInstance
{
/* Pipes for talking to the build hook. */
Pipe toHook;
/* Pipe for the hook's standard output/error. */
Pipe fromHook;
/* Pipe for the builder's standard output/error. */
Pipe builderOut;
/* The process ID of the hook. */
Pid pid;
HookInstance();
~HookInstance();
};
HookInstance::HookInstance()
{
debug("starting build hook");
Path buildHook = getEnv("NIX_BUILD_HOOK");
if (string(buildHook, 0, 1) != "/") buildHook = settings.nixLibexecDir + "/nix/" + buildHook;
buildHook = canonPath(buildHook);
/* Create a pipe to get the output of the child. */
fromHook.create();
/* Create the communication pipes. */
toHook.create();
/* Create a pipe to get the output of the builder. */
builderOut.create();
/* Fork the hook. */
pid = startProcess([&]() {
commonChildInit(fromHook);
if (chdir("/") == -1) throw SysError("changing into `/");
/* Dup the communication pipes. */
if (dup2(toHook.readSide, STDIN_FILENO) == -1)
throw SysError("dupping to-hook read side");
/* Use fd 4 for the builder's stdout/stderr. */
if (dup2(builderOut.writeSide, 4) == -1)
throw SysError("dupping builder's stdout/stderr");
execl(buildHook.c_str(), buildHook.c_str(), settings.thisSystem.c_str(),
(format("%1%") % settings.maxSilentTime).str().c_str(),
(format("%1%") % settings.printBuildTrace).str().c_str(),
(format("%1%") % settings.buildTimeout).str().c_str(),
NULL);
throw SysError(format("executing `%1%'") % buildHook);
});
pid.setSeparatePG(true);
fromHook.writeSide.close();
toHook.readSide.close();
}
HookInstance::~HookInstance()
{
try {
toHook.writeSide.close();
pid.kill(true);
} catch (...) {
ignoreException();
}
}
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
typedef map<string, string> HashRewrites;
string rewriteHashes(string s, const HashRewrites & rewrites)
{
foreach (HashRewrites::const_iterator, i, rewrites) {
assert(i->first.size() == i->second.size());
size_t j = 0;
while ((j = s.find(i->first, j)) != string::npos) {
debug(format("rewriting @ %1%") % j);
s.replace(j, i->second.size(), i->second);
}
}
return s;
}
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
typedef enum {rpAccept, rpDecline, rpPostpone} HookReply;
class SubstitutionGoal;
class DerivationGoal : public Goal
{
private:
/* The path of the derivation. */
Path drvPath;
/* The specific outputs that we need to build. Empty means all of
them. */
StringSet wantedOutputs;
/* Whether additional wanted outputs have been added. */
bool needRestart;
/* Whether to retry substituting the outputs after building the
inputs. */
bool retrySubstitution;
/* The derivation stored at drvPath. */
Derivation drv;
/* The remainder is state held during the build. */
/* Locks on the output paths. */
PathLocks outputLocks;
/* All input paths (that is, the union of FS closures of the
immediate input paths). */
PathSet inputPaths;
/* Referenceable paths (i.e., input and output paths). */
PathSet allPaths;
/* Outputs that are already valid. If we're repairing, these are
the outputs that are valid *and* not corrupt. */
PathSet validPaths;
/* Outputs that are corrupt or not valid. */
PathSet missingPaths;
/* User selected for running the builder. */
UserLock buildUser;
/* The process ID of the builder. */
Pid pid;
/* The temporary directory. */
Path tmpDir;
/* The path of the temporary directory in the sandbox. */
Path tmpDirInSandbox;
/* File descriptor for the log file. */
FILE * fLogFile;
BZFILE * bzLogFile;
AutoCloseFD fdLogFile;
/* Number of bytes received from the builder's stdout/stderr. */
unsigned long logSize;
/* Pipe for the builder's standard output/error. */
Pipe builderOut;
/* The build hook. */
std::shared_ptr<HookInstance> hook;
/* Whether we're currently doing a chroot build. */
bool useChroot;
Path chrootRootDir;
/* RAII object to delete the chroot directory. */
std::shared_ptr<AutoDelete> autoDelChroot;
/* All inputs that are regular files. */
PathSet regularInputPaths;
/* Whether this is a fixed-output derivation. */
bool fixedOutput;
typedef void (DerivationGoal::*GoalState)();
GoalState state;
/* Stuff we need to pass to runChild(). */
typedef map<Path, Path> DirsInChroot; // maps target path to source path
DirsInChroot dirsInChroot;
typedef map<string, string> Environment;
Environment env;
/* Hash rewriting. */
HashRewrites rewritesToTmp, rewritesFromTmp;
typedef map<Path, Path> RedirectedOutputs;
RedirectedOutputs redirectedOutputs;
BuildMode buildMode;
/* If we're repairing without a chroot, there may be outputs that
are valid but corrupt. So we redirect these outputs to
temporary paths. */
PathSet redirectedBadOutputs;
/* The current round, if we're building multiple times. */
unsigned int curRound = 1;
unsigned int nrRounds;
/* Path registration info from the previous round, if we're
building multiple times. Since this contains the hash, it
allows us to compare whether two rounds produced the same
result. */
ValidPathInfos prevInfos;
BuildResult result;
public:
DerivationGoal(const Path & drvPath, const StringSet & wantedOutputs, Worker & worker, BuildMode buildMode = bmNormal);
~DerivationGoal();
void timedOut() override;
string key()
{
/* Ensure that derivations get built in order of their name,
i.e. a derivation named "aardvark" always comes before
"baboon". And substitution goals always happen before
derivation goals (due to "b$"). */
return "b$" + storePathToName(drvPath) + "$" + drvPath;
}
void work();
Path getDrvPath()
{
return drvPath;
}
/* Add wanted outputs to an already existing derivation goal. */
void addWantedOutputs(const StringSet & outputs);
BuildResult getResult() { return result; }
private:
/* The states. */
void init();
void haveDerivation();
void outputsSubstituted();
void closureRepaired();
void inputsRealised();
void tryToBuild();
void buildDone();
/* Is the build hook willing to perform the build? */
HookReply tryBuildHook();
/* Start building a derivation. */
void startBuilder();
/* Run the builder's process. */
void runChild();
friend int childEntry(void *);
/* Check that the derivation outputs all exist and register them
as valid. */
void registerOutputs();
/* Open a log file and a pipe to it. */
Path openLogFile();
/* Close the log file. */
void closeLogFile();
/* Delete the temporary directory, if we have one. */
void deleteTmpDir(bool force);
/* Callback used by the worker to write to the log. */
void handleChildOutput(int fd, const string & data);
void handleEOF(int fd);
/* Return the set of (in)valid paths. */
PathSet checkPathValidity(bool returnValid, bool checkHash);
/* Abort the goal if `path' failed to build. */
bool pathFailed(const Path & path);
/* Forcibly kill the child process, if any. */
void killChild();
Path addHashRewrite(const Path & path);
void repairClosure();
void done(BuildResult::Status status, const string & msg = "");
};
DerivationGoal::DerivationGoal(const Path & drvPath, const StringSet & wantedOutputs, Worker & worker, BuildMode buildMode)
: Goal(worker)
, wantedOutputs(wantedOutputs)
, needRestart(false)
, retrySubstitution(false)
, fLogFile(0)
, bzLogFile(0)
, useChroot(false)
, buildMode(buildMode)
{
this->drvPath = drvPath;
state = &DerivationGoal::init;
name = (format("building of `%1%'") % drvPath).str();
trace("created");
/* Prevent the .chroot directory from being
garbage-collected. (See isActiveTempFile() in gc.cc.) */
worker.store.addTempRoot(drvPath);
}
DerivationGoal::~DerivationGoal()
{
/* Careful: we should never ever throw an exception from a
destructor. */
try { killChild(); } catch (...) { ignoreException(); }
try { deleteTmpDir(false); } catch (...) { ignoreException(); }
try { closeLogFile(); } catch (...) { ignoreException(); }
}
void DerivationGoal::killChild()
{
if (pid != -1) {
worker.childTerminated(pid);
if (buildUser.enabled()) {
/* If we're using a build user, then there is a tricky
race condition: if we kill the build user before the
child has done its setuid() to the build user uid, then
it won't be killed, and we'll potentially lock up in
pid.wait(). So also send a conventional kill to the
child. */
::kill(-pid, SIGKILL); /* ignore the result */
buildUser.kill();
pid.wait(true);
} else
pid.kill();
assert(pid == -1);
}
hook.reset();
}
void DerivationGoal::timedOut()
{
if (settings.printBuildTrace)
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ build-failed %1% - timeout") % drvPath);
killChild();
done(BuildResult::TimedOut);
}
void DerivationGoal::work()
{
(this->*state)();
}
void DerivationGoal::addWantedOutputs(const StringSet & outputs)
{
/* If we already want all outputs, there is nothing to do. */
if (wantedOutputs.empty()) return;
if (outputs.empty()) {
wantedOutputs.clear();
needRestart = true;
} else
foreach (StringSet::const_iterator, i, outputs)
if (wantedOutputs.find(*i) == wantedOutputs.end()) {
wantedOutputs.insert(*i);
needRestart = true;
}
}
void DerivationGoal::init()
{
trace("init");
if (settings.readOnlyMode)
throw Error(format("cannot build derivation `%1%' - no write access to the Nix store") % drvPath);
/* The first thing to do is to make sure that the derivation
exists. If it doesn't, it may be created through a
substitute. */
if (buildMode == bmNormal && worker.store.isValidPath(drvPath)) {
haveDerivation();
return;
}
addWaitee(worker.makeSubstitutionGoal(drvPath));
state = &DerivationGoal::haveDerivation;
}
void DerivationGoal::haveDerivation()
{
trace("loading derivation");
if (nrFailed != 0) {
printMsg(lvlError, format("cannot build missing derivation ‘%1%’") % drvPath);
done(BuildResult::MiscFailure);
return;
}
/* `drvPath' should already be a root, but let's be on the safe
side: if the user forgot to make it a root, we wouldn't want
things being garbage collected while we're busy. */
worker.store.addTempRoot(drvPath);
assert(worker.store.isValidPath(drvPath));
/* Get the derivation. */
drv = derivationFromPath(worker.store, drvPath);
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs)
worker.store.addTempRoot(i->second.path);
/* Check what outputs paths are not already valid. */
PathSet invalidOutputs = checkPathValidity(false, buildMode == bmRepair);
/* If they are all valid, then we're done. */
if (invalidOutputs.size() == 0 && buildMode == bmNormal) {
done(BuildResult::AlreadyValid);
return;
}
/* Check whether any output previously failed to build. If so,
don't bother. */
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, invalidOutputs)
if (pathFailed(*i)) return;
/* We are first going to try to create the invalid output paths
through substitutes. If that doesn't work, we'll build
them. */
if (settings.useSubstitutes && substitutesAllowed(drv))
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, invalidOutputs)
addWaitee(worker.makeSubstitutionGoal(*i, buildMode == bmRepair));
if (waitees.empty()) /* to prevent hang (no wake-up event) */
outputsSubstituted();
else
state = &DerivationGoal::outputsSubstituted;
}
void DerivationGoal::outputsSubstituted()
{
trace("all outputs substituted (maybe)");
if (nrFailed > 0 && nrFailed > nrNoSubstituters + nrIncompleteClosure && !settings.tryFallback)
throw Error(format("some substitutes for the outputs of derivation `%1%' failed (usually happens due to networking issues); try `--fallback' to build derivation from source ") % drvPath);
/* If the substitutes form an incomplete closure, then we should
build the dependencies of this derivation, but after that, we
can still use the substitutes for this derivation itself. */
if (nrIncompleteClosure > 0 && !retrySubstitution) retrySubstitution = true;
nrFailed = nrNoSubstituters = nrIncompleteClosure = 0;
if (needRestart) {
needRestart = false;
haveDerivation();
return;
}
unsigned int nrInvalid = checkPathValidity(false, buildMode == bmRepair).size();
if (buildMode == bmNormal && nrInvalid == 0) {
done(BuildResult::Substituted);
return;
}
if (buildMode == bmRepair && nrInvalid == 0) {
repairClosure();
return;
}
if (buildMode == bmCheck && nrInvalid > 0)
throw Error(format("some outputs of `%1%' are not valid, so checking is not possible") % drvPath);
/* Otherwise, at least one of the output paths could not be
produced using a substitute. So we have to build instead. */
/* Make sure checkPathValidity() from now on checks all
outputs. */
wantedOutputs = PathSet();
/* The inputs must be built before we can build this goal. */
foreach (DerivationInputs::iterator, i, drv.inputDrvs)
addWaitee(worker.makeDerivationGoal(i->first, i->second, buildMode == bmRepair ? bmRepair : bmNormal));
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, drv.inputSrcs)
addWaitee(worker.makeSubstitutionGoal(*i));
if (waitees.empty()) /* to prevent hang (no wake-up event) */
inputsRealised();
else
state = &DerivationGoal::inputsRealised;
}
void DerivationGoal::repairClosure()
{
/* If we're repairing, we now know that our own outputs are valid.
Now check whether the other paths in the outputs closure are
good. If not, then start derivation goals for the derivations
that produced those outputs. */
/* Get the output closure. */
PathSet outputClosure;
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs) {
if (!wantOutput(i->first, wantedOutputs)) continue;
computeFSClosure(worker.store, i->second.path, outputClosure);
}
/* Filter out our own outputs (which we have already checked). */
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs)
outputClosure.erase(i->second.path);
/* Get all dependencies of this derivation so that we know which
derivation is responsible for which path in the output
closure. */
PathSet inputClosure;
computeFSClosure(worker.store, drvPath, inputClosure);
std::map<Path, Path> outputsToDrv;
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, inputClosure)
if (isDerivation(*i)) {
Derivation drv = derivationFromPath(worker.store, *i);
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, j, drv.outputs)
outputsToDrv[j->second.path] = *i;
}
/* Check each path (slow!). */
PathSet broken;
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, outputClosure) {
if (worker.store.pathContentsGood(*i)) continue;
printMsg(lvlError, format("found corrupted or missing path `%1%' in the output closure of `%2%'") % *i % drvPath);
Path drvPath2 = outputsToDrv[*i];
if (drvPath2 == "")
addWaitee(worker.makeSubstitutionGoal(*i, true));
else
addWaitee(worker.makeDerivationGoal(drvPath2, PathSet(), bmRepair));
}
if (waitees.empty()) {
done(BuildResult::AlreadyValid);
return;
}
state = &DerivationGoal::closureRepaired;
}
void DerivationGoal::closureRepaired()
{
trace("closure repaired");
if (nrFailed > 0)
throw Error(format("some paths in the output closure of derivation ‘%1%’ could not be repaired") % drvPath);
done(BuildResult::AlreadyValid);
}
void DerivationGoal::inputsRealised()
{
trace("all inputs realised");
if (nrFailed != 0) {
printMsg(lvlError,
format("cannot build derivation `%1%': %2% dependencies couldn't be built")
% drvPath % nrFailed);
done(BuildResult::DependencyFailed);
return;
}
if (retrySubstitution) {
haveDerivation();
return;
}
/* Gather information necessary for computing the closure and/or
running the build hook. */
/* The outputs are referenceable paths. */
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs) {
debug(format("building path `%1%'") % i->second.path);
allPaths.insert(i->second.path);
}
/* Determine the full set of input paths. */
/* First, the input derivations. */
foreach (DerivationInputs::iterator, i, drv.inputDrvs) {
/* Add the relevant output closures of the input derivation
`*i' as input paths. Only add the closures of output paths
that are specified as inputs. */
assert(worker.store.isValidPath(i->first));
Derivation inDrv = derivationFromPath(worker.store, i->first);
foreach (StringSet::iterator, j, i->second)
if (inDrv.outputs.find(*j) != inDrv.outputs.end())
computeFSClosure(worker.store, inDrv.outputs[*j].path, inputPaths);
else
throw Error(
format("derivation `%1%' requires non-existent output `%2%' from input derivation `%3%'")
% drvPath % *j % i->first);
}
/* Second, the input sources. */
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, drv.inputSrcs)
computeFSClosure(worker.store, *i, inputPaths);
debug(format("added input paths %1%") % showPaths(inputPaths));
allPaths.insert(inputPaths.begin(), inputPaths.end());
/* Is this a fixed-output derivation? */
fixedOutput = true;
for (auto & i : drv.outputs)
if (i.second.hash == "") fixedOutput = false;
/* Don't repeat fixed-output derivations since they're already
verified by their output hash.*/
nrRounds = fixedOutput ? 1 : settings.get("build-repeat", 0) + 1;
/* Okay, try to build. Note that here we don't wait for a build
slot to become available, since we don't need one if there is a
build hook. */
state = &DerivationGoal::tryToBuild;
worker.wakeUp(shared_from_this());
}
static bool canBuildLocally(const string & platform)
{
return platform == settings.thisSystem
#if __linux__
|| (platform == "i686-linux" && settings.thisSystem == "x86_64-linux")
#endif
;
}
static string get(const StringPairs & map, const string & key, const string & def = "")
{
StringPairs::const_iterator i = map.find(key);
return i == map.end() ? def : i->second;
}
bool willBuildLocally(const Derivation & drv)
{
return get(drv.env, "preferLocalBuild") == "1" && canBuildLocally(drv.platform);
}
bool substitutesAllowed(const Derivation & drv)
{
return get(drv.env, "allowSubstitutes", "1") == "1";
}
void DerivationGoal::tryToBuild()
{
trace("trying to build");
/* Check for the possibility that some other goal in this process
has locked the output since we checked in haveDerivation().
(It can't happen between here and the lockPaths() call below
because we're not allowing multi-threading.) If so, put this
goal to sleep until another goal finishes, then try again. */
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs)
if (pathIsLockedByMe(i->second.path)) {
debug(format("putting derivation `%1%' to sleep because `%2%' is locked by another goal")
% drvPath % i->second.path);
worker.waitForAnyGoal(shared_from_this());
return;
}
/* Obtain locks on all output paths. The locks are automatically
released when we exit this function or Nix crashes. If we
can't acquire the lock, then continue; hopefully some other
goal can start a build, and if not, the main loop will sleep a
few seconds and then retry this goal. */
if (!outputLocks.lockPaths(outputPaths(drv), "", false)) {
worker.waitForAWhile(shared_from_this());
return;
}
/* Now check again whether the outputs are valid. This is because
another process may have started building in parallel. After
it has finished and released the locks, we can (and should)
reuse its results. (Strictly speaking the first check can be
omitted, but that would be less efficient.) Note that since we
now hold the locks on the output paths, no other process can
build this derivation, so no further checks are necessary. */
validPaths = checkPathValidity(true, buildMode == bmRepair);
if (buildMode != bmCheck && validPaths.size() == drv.outputs.size()) {
debug(format("skipping build of derivation `%1%', someone beat us to it") % drvPath);
outputLocks.setDeletion(true);
done(BuildResult::AlreadyValid);
return;
}
missingPaths = outputPaths(drv);
if (buildMode != bmCheck)
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, validPaths) missingPaths.erase(*i);
/* If any of the outputs already exist but are not valid, delete
them. */
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs) {
Path path = i->second.path;
if (worker.store.isValidPath(path)) continue;
if (!pathExists(path)) continue;
debug(format("removing invalid path `%1%'") % path);
deletePath(path);
}
/* Check again whether any output previously failed to build,
because some other process may have tried and failed before we
acquired the lock. */
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs)
if (pathFailed(i->second.path)) return;
/* Don't do a remote build if the derivation has the attribute
`preferLocalBuild' set. Also, check and repair modes are only
supported for local builds. */
bool buildLocally = buildMode != bmNormal || willBuildLocally(drv);
/* Is the build hook willing to accept this job? */
if (!buildLocally) {
switch (tryBuildHook()) {
case rpAccept:
/* Yes, it has started doing so. Wait until we get
EOF from the hook. */
state = &DerivationGoal::buildDone;
return;
case rpPostpone:
/* Not now; wait until at least one child finishes or
the wake-up timeout expires. */
worker.waitForAWhile(shared_from_this());
outputLocks.unlock();
return;
case rpDecline:
/* We should do it ourselves. */
break;
}
}
/* Make sure that we are allowed to start a build. If this
derivation prefers to be done locally, do it even if
maxBuildJobs is 0. */
unsigned int curBuilds = worker.getNrLocalBuilds();
if (curBuilds >= settings.maxBuildJobs && !(buildLocally && curBuilds == 0)) {
worker.waitForBuildSlot(shared_from_this());
outputLocks.unlock();
return;
}
try {
/* Okay, we have to build. */
startBuilder();
} catch (BuildError & e) {
printMsg(lvlError, e.msg());
outputLocks.unlock();
buildUser.release();
if (settings.printBuildTrace)
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ build-failed %1% - %2% %3%")
% drvPath % 0 % e.msg());
worker.permanentFailure = true;
done(BuildResult::InputRejected, e.msg());
return;
}
/* This state will be reached when we get EOF on the child's
log pipe. */
state = &DerivationGoal::buildDone;
}
void replaceValidPath(const Path & storePath, const Path tmpPath)
{
/* We can't atomically replace storePath (the original) with
tmpPath (the replacement), so we have to move it out of the
way first. We'd better not be interrupted here, because if
we're repairing (say) Glibc, we end up with a broken system. */
Path oldPath = (format("%1%.old-%2%-%3%") % storePath % getpid() % rand()).str();
if (pathExists(storePath))
rename(storePath.c_str(), oldPath.c_str());
if (rename(tmpPath.c_str(), storePath.c_str()) == -1)
throw SysError(format("moving `%1%' to `%2%'") % tmpPath % storePath);
if (pathExists(oldPath))
deletePath(oldPath);
}
MakeError(NotDeterministic, BuildError)
void DerivationGoal::buildDone()
{
trace("build done");
/* Since we got an EOF on the logger pipe, the builder is presumed
to have terminated. In fact, the builder could also have
simply have closed its end of the pipe --- just don't do that
:-) */
int status;
pid_t savedPid;
if (hook) {
savedPid = hook->pid;
status = hook->pid.wait(true);
} else {
/* !!! this could block! security problem! solution: kill the
child */
savedPid = pid;
status = pid.wait(true);
}
debug(format("builder process for `%1%' finished") % drvPath);
/* So the child is gone now. */
worker.childTerminated(savedPid);
/* Close the read side of the logger pipe. */
if (hook) {
hook->builderOut.readSide.close();
hook->fromHook.readSide.close();
}
else builderOut.readSide.close();
/* Close the log file. */
closeLogFile();
/* When running under a build user, make sure that all processes
running under that uid are gone. This is to prevent a
malicious user from leaving behind a process that keeps files
open and modifies them after they have been chown'ed to
root. */
if (buildUser.enabled()) buildUser.kill();
bool diskFull = false;
try {
/* Check the exit status. */
if (!statusOk(status)) {
/* Heuristically check whether the build failure may have
been caused by a disk full condition. We have no way
of knowing whether the build actually got an ENOSPC.
So instead, check if the disk is (nearly) full now. If
so, we don't mark this build as a permanent failure. */
#if HAVE_STATVFS
unsigned long long required = 8ULL * 1024 * 1024; // FIXME: make configurable
struct statvfs st;
if (statvfs(settings.nixStore.c_str(), &st) == 0 &&
(unsigned long long) st.f_bavail * st.f_bsize < required)
diskFull = true;
if (statvfs(tmpDir.c_str(), &st) == 0 &&
(unsigned long long) st.f_bavail * st.f_bsize < required)
diskFull = true;
#endif
deleteTmpDir(false);
/* Move paths out of the chroot for easier debugging of
build failures. */
if (useChroot && buildMode == bmNormal)
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, missingPaths)
if (pathExists(chrootRootDir + *i))
rename((chrootRootDir + *i).c_str(), i->c_str());
if (diskFull)
printMsg(lvlError, "note: build failure may have been caused by lack of free disk space");
throw BuildError(format("builder for `%1%' %2%")
% drvPath % statusToString(status));
}
/* Compute the FS closure of the outputs and register them as
being valid. */
registerOutputs();
if (buildMode == bmCheck) {
done(BuildResult::Built);
return;
}
/* Delete unused redirected outputs (when doing hash rewriting). */
foreach (RedirectedOutputs::iterator, i, redirectedOutputs)
if (pathExists(i->second)) deletePath(i->second);
/* Delete the chroot (if we were using one). */
autoDelChroot.reset(); /* this runs the destructor */
deleteTmpDir(true);
/* Repeat the build if necessary. */
if (curRound++ < nrRounds) {
outputLocks.unlock();
buildUser.release();
state = &DerivationGoal::tryToBuild;
worker.wakeUp(shared_from_this());
return;
}
/* It is now safe to delete the lock files, since all future
lockers will see that the output paths are valid; they will
not create new lock files with the same names as the old
(unlinked) lock files. */
outputLocks.setDeletion(true);
outputLocks.unlock();
} catch (BuildError & e) {
if (!hook)
printMsg(lvlError, e.msg());
outputLocks.unlock();
buildUser.release();
BuildResult::Status st = BuildResult::MiscFailure;
if (hook && WIFEXITED(status) && WEXITSTATUS(status) == 101) {
if (settings.printBuildTrace)
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ build-failed %1% - timeout") % drvPath);
st = BuildResult::TimedOut;
}
else if (hook && (!WIFEXITED(status) || WEXITSTATUS(status) != 100)) {
if (settings.printBuildTrace)
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ hook-failed %1% - %2% %3%")
% drvPath % status % e.msg());
}
else {
if (settings.printBuildTrace)
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ build-failed %1% - %2% %3%")
% drvPath % 1 % e.msg());
st =
statusOk(status) ? BuildResult::OutputRejected :
fixedOutput || diskFull ? BuildResult::TransientFailure :
BuildResult::PermanentFailure;
/* Register the outputs of this build as "failed" so we
won't try to build them again (negative caching).
However, don't do this for fixed-output derivations,
since they're likely to fail for transient reasons
(e.g., fetchurl not being able to access the network).
Hook errors (like communication problems with the
remote machine) shouldn't be cached either. */
if (settings.cacheFailure && !fixedOutput && !diskFull)
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs)
worker.store.registerFailedPath(i->second.path);
}
done(st, e.msg());
return;
}
/* Release the build user, if applicable. */
buildUser.release();
if (settings.printBuildTrace)
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ build-succeeded %1% -") % drvPath);
done(BuildResult::Built);
}
HookReply DerivationGoal::tryBuildHook()
{
if (!settings.useBuildHook || getEnv("NIX_BUILD_HOOK") == "") return rpDecline;
if (!worker.hook)
worker.hook = std::shared_ptr<HookInstance>(new HookInstance);
/* Tell the hook about system features (beyond the system type)
required from the build machine. (The hook could parse the
drv file itself, but this is easier.) */
Strings features = tokenizeString<Strings>(get(drv.env, "requiredSystemFeatures"));
foreach (Strings::iterator, i, features) checkStoreName(*i); /* !!! abuse */
/* Send the request to the hook. */
writeLine(worker.hook->toHook.writeSide, (format("%1% %2% %3% %4%")
% (worker.getNrLocalBuilds() < settings.maxBuildJobs ? "1" : "0")
% drv.platform % drvPath % concatStringsSep(",", features)).str());
/* Read the first line of input, which should be a word indicating
whether the hook wishes to perform the build. */
string reply;
while (true) {
string s = readLine(worker.hook->fromHook.readSide);
if (string(s, 0, 2) == "# ") {
reply = string(s, 2);
break;
}
s += "\n";
writeToStderr(s);
}
debug(format("hook reply is `%1%'") % reply);
if (reply == "decline" || reply == "postpone")
return reply == "decline" ? rpDecline : rpPostpone;
else if (reply != "accept")
throw Error(format("bad hook reply `%1%'") % reply);
printMsg(lvlTalkative, format("using hook to build path(s) %1%") % showPaths(missingPaths));
hook = worker.hook;
worker.hook.reset();
/* Tell the hook all the inputs that have to be copied to the
remote system. This unfortunately has to contain the entire
derivation closure to ensure that the validity invariant holds
on the remote system. (I.e., it's unfortunate that we have to
list it since the remote system *probably* already has it.) */
PathSet allInputs;
allInputs.insert(inputPaths.begin(), inputPaths.end());
computeFSClosure(worker.store, drvPath, allInputs);
string s;
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, allInputs) { s += *i; s += ' '; }
writeLine(hook->toHook.writeSide, s);
/* Tell the hooks the missing outputs that have to be copied back
from the remote system. */
s = "";
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, missingPaths) { s += *i; s += ' '; }
writeLine(hook->toHook.writeSide, s);
hook->toHook.writeSide.close();
/* Create the log file and pipe. */
Path logFile = openLogFile();
set<int> fds;
fds.insert(hook->fromHook.readSide);
fds.insert(hook->builderOut.readSide);
worker.childStarted(shared_from_this(), hook->pid, fds, false, false);
if (settings.printBuildTrace)
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ build-started %1% - %2% %3%")
% drvPath % drv.platform % logFile);
return rpAccept;
}
void chmod_(const Path & path, mode_t mode)
{
if (chmod(path.c_str(), mode) == -1)
throw SysError(format("setting permissions on `%1%'") % path);
}
int childEntry(void * arg)
{
((DerivationGoal *) arg)->runChild();
return 1;
}
void DerivationGoal::startBuilder()
{
auto f = format(
buildMode == bmRepair ? "repairing path(s) %1%" :
buildMode == bmCheck ? "checking path(s) %1%" :
nrRounds > 1 ? "building path(s) %1% (round %2%/%3%)" :
"building path(s) %1%");
f.exceptions(boost::io::all_error_bits ^ boost::io::too_many_args_bit);
startNest(nest, lvlInfo, f % showPaths(missingPaths) % curRound % nrRounds);
/* Right platform? */
if (!canBuildLocally(drv.platform)) {
if (settings.printBuildTrace)
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ unsupported-platform %1% %2%") % drvPath % drv.platform);
throw Error(
format("a `%1%' is required to build `%3%', but I am a `%2%'")
% drv.platform % settings.thisSystem % drvPath);
}
useChroot = settings.useChroot;
/* Construct the environment passed to the builder. */
env.clear();
/* Most shells initialise PATH to some default (/bin:/usr/bin:...) when
PATH is not set. We don't want this, so we fill it in with some dummy
value. */
env["PATH"] = "/path-not-set";
/* Set HOME to a non-existing path to prevent certain programs from using
/etc/passwd (or NIS, or whatever) to locate the home directory (for
example, wget looks for ~/.wgetrc). I.e., these tools use /etc/passwd
if HOME is not set, but they will just assume that the settings file
they are looking for does not exist if HOME is set but points to some
non-existing path. */
Path homeDir = "/homeless-shelter";
env["HOME"] = homeDir;
/* Tell the builder where the Nix store is. Usually they
shouldn't care, but this is useful for purity checking (e.g.,
the compiler or linker might only want to accept paths to files
in the store or in the build directory). */
env["NIX_STORE"] = settings.nixStore;
/* The maximum number of cores to utilize for parallel building. */
env["NIX_BUILD_CORES"] = (format("%d") % settings.buildCores).str();
/* Add all bindings specified in the derivation. */
foreach (StringPairs::iterator, i, drv.env)
env[i->first] = i->second;
/* Create a temporary directory where the build will take
place. */
auto drvName = storePathToName(drvPath);
tmpDir = createTempDir("", "guix-build-" + drvName, false, false, 0700);
/* In a sandbox, for determinism, always use the same temporary
directory. */
tmpDirInSandbox = useChroot ? canonPath("/tmp", true) + "/guix-build-" + drvName + "-0" : tmpDir;
/* For convenience, set an environment pointing to the top build
directory. */
env["NIX_BUILD_TOP"] = tmpDirInSandbox;
/* Also set TMPDIR and variants to point to this directory. */
env["TMPDIR"] = env["TEMPDIR"] = env["TMP"] = env["TEMP"] = tmpDirInSandbox;
/* Explicitly set PWD to prevent problems with chroot builds. In
particular, dietlibc cannot figure out the cwd because the
inode of the current directory doesn't appear in .. (because
getdents returns the inode of the mount point). */
env["PWD"] = tmpDirInSandbox;
/* Compatibility hack with Nix <= 0.7: if this is a fixed-output
derivation, tell the builder, so that for instance `fetchurl'
can skip checking the output. On older Nixes, this environment
variable won't be set, so `fetchurl' will do the check. */
if (fixedOutput) env["NIX_OUTPUT_CHECKED"] = "1";
/* *Only* if this is a fixed-output derivation, propagate the
values of the environment variables specified in the
`impureEnvVars' attribute to the builder. This allows for
instance environment variables for proxy configuration such as
`http_proxy' to be easily passed to downloaders like
`fetchurl'. Passing such environment variables from the caller
to the builder is generally impure, but the output of
fixed-output derivations is by definition pure (since we
already know the cryptographic hash of the output). */
if (fixedOutput) {
Strings varNames = tokenizeString<Strings>(get(drv.env, "impureEnvVars"));
foreach (Strings::iterator, i, varNames) env[*i] = getEnv(*i);
}
/* The `exportReferencesGraph' feature allows the references graph
to be passed to a builder. This attribute should be a list of
pairs [name1 path1 name2 path2 ...]. The references graph of
each `pathN' will be stored in a text file `nameN' in the
temporary build directory. The text files have the format used
by `nix-store --register-validity'. However, the deriver
fields are left empty. */
string s = get(drv.env, "exportReferencesGraph");
Strings ss = tokenizeString<Strings>(s);
if (ss.size() % 2 != 0)
throw BuildError(format("odd number of tokens in `exportReferencesGraph': `%1%'") % s);
for (Strings::iterator i = ss.begin(); i != ss.end(); ) {
string fileName = *i++;
checkStoreName(fileName); /* !!! abuse of this function */
/* Check that the store path is valid. */
Path storePath = *i++;
if (!isInStore(storePath))
throw BuildError(format("`exportReferencesGraph' contains a non-store path `%1%'")
% storePath);
storePath = toStorePath(storePath);
if (!worker.store.isValidPath(storePath))
throw BuildError(format("`exportReferencesGraph' contains an invalid path `%1%'")
% storePath);
/* If there are derivations in the graph, then include their
outputs as well. This is useful if you want to do things
like passing all build-time dependencies of some path to a
derivation that builds a NixOS DVD image. */
PathSet paths, paths2;
computeFSClosure(worker.store, storePath, paths);
paths2 = paths;
foreach (PathSet::iterator, j, paths2) {
if (isDerivation(*j)) {
Derivation drv = derivationFromPath(worker.store, *j);
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, k, drv.outputs)
computeFSClosure(worker.store, k->second.path, paths);
}
}
/* Write closure info to `fileName'. */
writeFile(tmpDir + "/" + fileName,
worker.store.makeValidityRegistration(paths, false, false));
}
/* If `build-users-group' is not empty, then we have to build as
one of the members of that group. */
if (settings.buildUsersGroup != "") {
buildUser.acquire();
assert(buildUser.getUID() != 0);
assert(buildUser.getGID() != 0);
/* Make sure that no other processes are executing under this
uid. */
buildUser.kill();
/* Change ownership of the temporary build directory. */
if (chown(tmpDir.c_str(), buildUser.getUID(), buildUser.getGID()) == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot change ownership of '%1%'") % tmpDir);
}
if (useChroot) {
#if CHROOT_ENABLED
/* Create a temporary directory in which we set up the chroot
environment using bind-mounts. We put it in the Nix store
to ensure that we can create hard-links to non-directory
inputs in the fake Nix store in the chroot (see below). */
chrootRootDir = drvPath + ".chroot";
if (pathExists(chrootRootDir)) deletePath(chrootRootDir);
/* Clean up the chroot directory automatically. */
autoDelChroot = std::shared_ptr<AutoDelete>(new AutoDelete(chrootRootDir));
printMsg(lvlChatty, format("setting up chroot environment in `%1%'") % chrootRootDir);
if (mkdir(chrootRootDir.c_str(), 0750) == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot create ‘%1%’") % chrootRootDir);
if (chown(chrootRootDir.c_str(), 0, buildUser.getGID()) == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot change ownership of ‘%1%’") % chrootRootDir);
/* Create a writable /tmp in the chroot. Many builders need
this. (Of course they should really respect $TMPDIR
instead.) */
Path chrootTmpDir = chrootRootDir + "/tmp";
createDirs(chrootTmpDir);
chmod_(chrootTmpDir, 01777);
/* Create a /etc/passwd with entries for the build user and the
nobody account. The latter is kind of a hack to support
Samba-in-QEMU. */
createDirs(chrootRootDir + "/etc");
writeFile(chrootRootDir + "/etc/passwd",
(format(
"nixbld:x:%1%:%2%:Nix build user:/:/noshell\n"
"nobody:x:65534:65534:Nobody:/:/noshell\n")
% (buildUser.enabled() ? buildUser.getUID() : getuid())
% (buildUser.enabled() ? buildUser.getGID() : getgid())).str());
/* Declare the build user's group so that programs get a consistent
view of the system (e.g., "id -gn"). */
writeFile(chrootRootDir + "/etc/group",
(format("nixbld:!:%1%:\n")
% (buildUser.enabled() ? buildUser.getGID() : getgid())).str());
/* Create /etc/hosts with localhost entry. */
if (!fixedOutput)
writeFile(chrootRootDir + "/etc/hosts", "127.0.0.1 localhost\n");
/* Bind-mount a user-configurable set of directories from the
host file system. */
PathSet dirs = tokenizeString<StringSet>(settings.get("build-chroot-dirs", string(DEFAULT_CHROOT_DIRS)));
PathSet dirs2 = tokenizeString<StringSet>(settings.get("build-extra-chroot-dirs", string("")));
dirs.insert(dirs2.begin(), dirs2.end());
for (auto & i : dirs) {
size_t p = i.find('=');
if (p == string::npos)
dirsInChroot[i] = i;
else
dirsInChroot[string(i, 0, p)] = string(i, p + 1);
}
dirsInChroot[tmpDirInSandbox] = tmpDir;
/* Make the closure of the inputs available in the chroot,
rather than the whole Nix store. This prevents any access
to undeclared dependencies. Directories are bind-mounted,
while other inputs are hard-linked (since only directories
can be bind-mounted). !!! As an extra security
precaution, make the fake Nix store only writable by the
build user. */
Path chrootStoreDir = chrootRootDir + settings.nixStore;
createDirs(chrootStoreDir);
chmod_(chrootStoreDir, 01775);
if (chown(chrootStoreDir.c_str(), 0, buildUser.getGID()) == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot change ownership of ‘%1%’") % chrootStoreDir);
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, inputPaths) {
struct stat st;
if (lstat(i->c_str(), &st))
throw SysError(format("getting attributes of path `%1%'") % *i);
if (S_ISDIR(st.st_mode))
dirsInChroot[*i] = *i;
else {
Path p = chrootRootDir + *i;
if (link(i->c_str(), p.c_str()) == -1) {
/* Hard-linking fails if we exceed the maximum
link count on a file (e.g. 32000 of ext3),
which is quite possible after a `nix-store
--optimise'. */
if (errno != EMLINK)
throw SysError(format("linking `%1%' to `%2%'") % p % *i);
StringSink sink;
dumpPath(*i, sink);
StringSource source(sink.s);
restorePath(p, source);
}
regularInputPaths.insert(*i);
}
}
/* If we're repairing, checking or rebuilding part of a
multiple-outputs derivation, it's possible that we're
rebuilding a path that is in settings.dirsInChroot
(typically the dependencies of /bin/sh). Throw them
out. */
for (auto & i : drv.outputs)
dirsInChroot.erase(i.second.path);
#else
throw Error("chroot builds are not supported on this platform");
#endif
}
else {
if (pathExists(homeDir))
throw Error(format("directory `%1%' exists; please remove it") % homeDir);
/* We're not doing a chroot build, but we have some valid
output paths. Since we can't just overwrite or delete
them, we have to do hash rewriting: i.e. in the
environment/arguments passed to the build, we replace the
hashes of the valid outputs with unique dummy strings;
after the build, we discard the redirected outputs
corresponding to the valid outputs, and rewrite the
contents of the new outputs to replace the dummy strings
with the actual hashes. */
if (validPaths.size() > 0)
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, validPaths)
addHashRewrite(*i);
/* If we're repairing, then we don't want to delete the
corrupt outputs in advance. So rewrite them as well. */
if (buildMode == bmRepair)
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, missingPaths)
if (worker.store.isValidPath(*i) && pathExists(*i)) {
addHashRewrite(*i);
redirectedBadOutputs.insert(*i);
}
}
/* Run the builder. */
printMsg(lvlChatty, format("executing builder `%1%'") % drv.builder);
/* Create the log file. */
Path logFile = openLogFile();
/* Create a pipe to get the output of the builder. */
builderOut.create();
/* Fork a child to build the package. Note that while we
currently use forks to run and wait for the children, it
shouldn't be hard to use threads for this on systems where
fork() is unavailable or inefficient.
If we're building in a chroot, then also set up private
namespaces for the build:
- The PID namespace causes the build to start as PID 1.
Processes outside of the chroot are not visible to those on
the inside, but processes inside the chroot are visible from
the outside (though with different PIDs).
- The private mount namespace ensures that all the bind mounts
we do will only show up in this process and its children, and
will disappear automatically when we're done.
- The private network namespace ensures that the builder cannot
talk to the outside world (or vice versa). It only has a
private loopback interface.
- The IPC namespace prevents the builder from communicating
with outside processes using SysV IPC mechanisms (shared
memory, message queues, semaphores). It also ensures that
all IPC objects are destroyed when the builder exits.
- The UTS namespace ensures that builders see a hostname of
localhost rather than the actual hostname.
*/
#if CHROOT_ENABLED
if (useChroot) {
char stack[32 * 1024];
int flags = CLONE_NEWPID | CLONE_NEWNS | CLONE_NEWIPC | CLONE_NEWUTS | SIGCHLD;
if (!fixedOutput) flags |= CLONE_NEWNET;
pid = clone(childEntry, stack + sizeof(stack) - 8, flags, this);
if (pid == -1)
throw SysError("cloning builder process");
} else
#endif
{
pid = fork();
if (pid == 0) runChild();
}
if (pid == -1) throw SysError("unable to fork");
/* parent */
pid.setSeparatePG(true);
builderOut.writeSide.close();
worker.childStarted(shared_from_this(), pid,
singleton<set<int> >(builderOut.readSide), true, true);
/* Check if setting up the build environment failed. */
string msg = readLine(builderOut.readSide);
if (!msg.empty()) throw Error(msg);
if (settings.printBuildTrace) {
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ build-started %1% - %2% %3%")
% drvPath % drv.platform % logFile);
}
}
void DerivationGoal::runChild()
{
/* Warning: in the child we should absolutely not make any SQLite
calls! */
try { /* child */
_writeToStderr = 0;
restoreAffinity();
commonChildInit(builderOut);
#if CHROOT_ENABLED
/* Note: built-in builders are *not* running in a chroot environment
so that we can easily implement them in Guile without having it as
a derivation input (they are running under a separate build user,
though). */
if (useChroot && !isBuiltin(drv)) {
/* Initialise the loopback interface. */
AutoCloseFD fd(socket(PF_INET, SOCK_DGRAM, IPPROTO_IP));
if (fd == -1) throw SysError("cannot open IP socket");
struct ifreq ifr;
strcpy(ifr.ifr_name, "lo");
ifr.ifr_flags = IFF_UP | IFF_LOOPBACK | IFF_RUNNING;
if (ioctl(fd, SIOCSIFFLAGS, &ifr) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot set loopback interface flags");
fd.close();
/* Set the hostname etc. to fixed values. */
char hostname[] = "localhost";
if (sethostname(hostname, sizeof(hostname)) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot set host name");
char domainname[] = "(none)"; // kernel default
if (setdomainname(domainname, sizeof(domainname)) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot set domain name");
/* Make all filesystems private. This is necessary
because subtrees may have been mounted as "shared"
(MS_SHARED). (Systemd does this, for instance.) Even
though we have a private mount namespace, mounting
filesystems on top of a shared subtree still propagates
outside of the namespace. Making a subtree private is
local to the namespace, though, so setting MS_PRIVATE
does not affect the outside world. */
Strings mounts = tokenizeString<Strings>(readFile("/proc/self/mountinfo", true), "\n");
foreach (Strings::iterator, i, mounts) {
vector<string> fields = tokenizeString<vector<string> >(*i, " ");
string fs = decodeOctalEscaped(fields.at(4));
if (mount(0, fs.c_str(), 0, MS_PRIVATE, 0) == -1)
throw SysError(format("unable to make filesystem `%1%' private") % fs);
}
/* Bind-mount chroot directory to itself, to treat it as a
different filesystem from /, as needed for pivot_root. */
if (mount(chrootRootDir.c_str(), chrootRootDir.c_str(), 0, MS_BIND, 0) == -1)
throw SysError(format("unable to bind mount ‘%1%’") % chrootRootDir);
/* Set up a nearly empty /dev, unless the user asked to
bind-mount the host /dev. */
Strings ss;
if (dirsInChroot.find("/dev") == dirsInChroot.end()) {
createDirs(chrootRootDir + "/dev/shm");
createDirs(chrootRootDir + "/dev/pts");
ss.push_back("/dev/full");
#ifdef __linux__
if (pathExists("/dev/kvm"))
ss.push_back("/dev/kvm");
#endif
ss.push_back("/dev/null");
ss.push_back("/dev/random");
ss.push_back("/dev/tty");
ss.push_back("/dev/urandom");
ss.push_back("/dev/zero");
createSymlink("/proc/self/fd", chrootRootDir + "/dev/fd");
createSymlink("/proc/self/fd/0", chrootRootDir + "/dev/stdin");
createSymlink("/proc/self/fd/1", chrootRootDir + "/dev/stdout");
createSymlink("/proc/self/fd/2", chrootRootDir + "/dev/stderr");
}
/* Fixed-output derivations typically need to access the
network, so give them access to /etc/resolv.conf and so
on. */
if (fixedOutput) {
ss.push_back("/etc/resolv.conf");
ss.push_back("/etc/nsswitch.conf");
ss.push_back("/etc/services");
ss.push_back("/etc/hosts");
}
for (auto & i : ss) dirsInChroot[i] = i;
/* Bind-mount all the directories from the "host"
filesystem that we want in the chroot
environment. */
foreach (DirsInChroot::iterator, i, dirsInChroot) {
struct stat st;
Path source = i->second;
Path target = chrootRootDir + i->first;
if (source == "/proc") continue; // backwards compatibility
debug(format("bind mounting `%1%' to `%2%'") % source % target);
if (stat(source.c_str(), &st) == -1)
throw SysError(format("getting attributes of path `%1%'") % source);
if (S_ISDIR(st.st_mode))
createDirs(target);
else {
createDirs(dirOf(target));
writeFile(target, "");
}
if (mount(source.c_str(), target.c_str(), "", MS_BIND, 0) == -1)
throw SysError(format("bind mount from `%1%' to `%2%' failed") % source % target);
}
/* Bind a new instance of procfs on /proc to reflect our
private PID namespace. */
createDirs(chrootRootDir + "/proc");
if (mount("none", (chrootRootDir + "/proc").c_str(), "proc", 0, 0) == -1)
throw SysError("mounting /proc");
/* Mount a new tmpfs on /dev/shm to ensure that whatever
the builder puts in /dev/shm is cleaned up automatically. */
if (pathExists("/dev/shm") && mount("none", (chrootRootDir + "/dev/shm").c_str(), "tmpfs", 0, 0) == -1)
throw SysError("mounting /dev/shm");
/* Mount a new devpts on /dev/pts. Note that this
requires the kernel to be compiled with
CONFIG_DEVPTS_MULTIPLE_INSTANCES=y (which is the case
if /dev/ptx/ptmx exists). */
if (pathExists("/dev/pts/ptmx") &&
!pathExists(chrootRootDir + "/dev/ptmx")
&& dirsInChroot.find("/dev/pts") == dirsInChroot.end())
{
if (mount("none", (chrootRootDir + "/dev/pts").c_str(), "devpts", 0, "newinstance,mode=0620") == -1)
throw SysError("mounting /dev/pts");
createSymlink("/dev/pts/ptmx", chrootRootDir + "/dev/ptmx");
/* Make sure /dev/pts/ptmx is world-writable. With some
Linux versions, it is created with permissions 0. */
chmod_(chrootRootDir + "/dev/pts/ptmx", 0666);
}
/* Do the chroot(). */
if (chdir(chrootRootDir.c_str()) == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot change directory to '%1%'") % chrootRootDir);
if (mkdir("real-root", 0) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot create real-root directory");
#define pivot_root(new_root, put_old) (syscall(SYS_pivot_root, new_root, put_old))
if (pivot_root(".", "real-root") == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot pivot old root directory onto '%1%'") % (chrootRootDir + "/real-root"));
#undef pivot_root
if (chroot(".") == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot change root directory to '%1%'") % chrootRootDir);
if (umount2("real-root", MNT_DETACH) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot unmount real root filesystem");
if (rmdir("real-root") == -1)
throw SysError("cannot remove real-root directory");
}
#endif
if (chdir(tmpDirInSandbox.c_str()) == -1)
throw SysError(format("changing into `%1%'") % tmpDir);
/* Close all other file descriptors. */
closeMostFDs(set<int>());
#if __linux__
/* Change the personality to 32-bit if we're doing an
i686-linux build on an x86_64-linux machine. */
struct utsname utsbuf;
uname(&utsbuf);
if (drv.platform == "i686-linux" &&
(settings.thisSystem == "x86_64-linux" ||
(!strcmp(utsbuf.sysname, "Linux") && !strcmp(utsbuf.machine, "x86_64")))) {
if (personality(PER_LINUX32) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot set i686-linux personality");
}
/* Impersonate a Linux 2.6 machine to get some determinism in
builds that depend on the kernel version. */
if ((drv.platform == "i686-linux" || drv.platform == "x86_64-linux") && settings.impersonateLinux26) {
int cur = personality(0xffffffff);
if (cur != -1) personality(cur | 0x0020000 /* == UNAME26 */);
}
/* Disable address space randomization for improved
determinism. */
int cur = personality(0xffffffff);
if (cur != -1) personality(cur | ADDR_NO_RANDOMIZE);
#endif
/* Fill in the environment. */
Strings envStrs;
foreach (Environment::const_iterator, i, env)
envStrs.push_back(rewriteHashes(i->first + "=" + i->second, rewritesToTmp));
/* If we are running in `build-users' mode, then switch to the
user we allocated above. Make sure that we drop all root
privileges. Note that above we have closed all file
descriptors except std*, so that's safe. Also note that
setuid() when run as root sets the real, effective and
saved UIDs. */
if (buildUser.enabled()) {
/* Preserve supplementary groups of the build user, to allow
admins to specify groups such as "kvm". */
if (setgroups(buildUser.getSupplementaryGIDs().size(),
buildUser.getSupplementaryGIDs().data()) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot set supplementary groups of build user");
if (setgid(buildUser.getGID()) == -1 ||
getgid() != buildUser.getGID() ||
getegid() != buildUser.getGID())
throw SysError("setgid failed");
if (setuid(buildUser.getUID()) == -1 ||
getuid() != buildUser.getUID() ||
geteuid() != buildUser.getUID())
throw SysError("setuid failed");
}
restoreSIGPIPE();
/* Indicate that we managed to set up the build environment. */
writeFull(STDERR_FILENO, "\n");
/* Execute the program. This should not return. */
if (isBuiltin(drv)) {
try {
logType = ltFlat;
auto buildDrv = lookupBuiltinBuilder(drv.builder);
if (buildDrv != NULL)
buildDrv(drv, drvPath);
else
throw Error(format("unsupported builtin function '%1%'") % string(drv.builder, 8));
_exit(0);
} catch (std::exception & e) {
writeFull(STDERR_FILENO, "error: " + string(e.what()) + "\n");
_exit(1);
}
}
/* Fill in the arguments. */
Strings args;
string builderBasename = baseNameOf(drv.builder);
args.push_back(builderBasename);
foreach (Strings::iterator, i, drv.args)
args.push_back(rewriteHashes(*i, rewritesToTmp));
execve(drv.builder.c_str(), stringsToCharPtrs(args).data(), stringsToCharPtrs(envStrs).data());
throw SysError(format("executing `%1%'") % drv.builder);
} catch (std::exception & e) {
writeFull(STDERR_FILENO, "while setting up the build environment: " + string(e.what()) + "\n");
_exit(1);
}
abort(); /* never reached */
}
/* Parse a list of reference specifiers. Each element must either be
a store path, or the symbolic name of the output of the derivation
(such as `out'). */
PathSet parseReferenceSpecifiers(const Derivation & drv, string attr)
{
PathSet result;
Paths paths = tokenizeString<Paths>(attr);
foreach (Strings::iterator, i, paths) {
if (isStorePath(*i))
result.insert(*i);
else if (drv.outputs.find(*i) != drv.outputs.end())
result.insert(drv.outputs.find(*i)->second.path);
else throw BuildError(
format("derivation contains an illegal reference specifier `%1%'")
% *i);
}
return result;
}
void DerivationGoal::registerOutputs()
{
/* When using a build hook, the build hook can register the output
as valid (by doing `nix-store --import'). If so we don't have
to do anything here. */
if (hook) {
bool allValid = true;
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs)
if (!worker.store.isValidPath(i->second.path)) allValid = false;
if (allValid) return;
}
ValidPathInfos infos;
/* Set of inodes seen during calls to canonicalisePathMetaData()
for this build's outputs. This needs to be shared between
outputs to allow hard links between outputs. */
InodesSeen inodesSeen;
Path checkSuffix = "-check";
/* Check whether the output paths were created, and grep each
output path to determine what other paths it references. Also make all
output paths read-only. */
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs) {
Path path = i->second.path;
if (missingPaths.find(path) == missingPaths.end()) continue;
Path actualPath = path;
if (useChroot) {
actualPath = chrootRootDir + path;
if (pathExists(actualPath)) {
/* Move output paths from the chroot to the Nix store. */
if (buildMode == bmRepair)
replaceValidPath(path, actualPath);
else
if (buildMode != bmCheck && rename(actualPath.c_str(), path.c_str()) == -1)
throw SysError(format("moving build output `%1%' from the chroot to the Nix store") % path);
}
if (buildMode != bmCheck) actualPath = path;
} else {
Path redirected = redirectedOutputs[path];
if (buildMode == bmRepair
&& redirectedBadOutputs.find(path) != redirectedBadOutputs.end()
&& pathExists(redirected))
replaceValidPath(path, redirected);
if (buildMode == bmCheck && redirected != "")
actualPath = redirected;
}
struct stat st;
if (lstat(actualPath.c_str(), &st) == -1) {
if (errno == ENOENT)
throw BuildError(
format("builder for `%1%' failed to produce output path `%2%'")
% drvPath % path);
throw SysError(format("getting attributes of path `%1%'") % actualPath);
}
#ifndef __CYGWIN__
/* Check that the output is not group or world writable, as
that means that someone else can have interfered with the
build. Also, the output should be owned by the build
user. */
if ((!S_ISLNK(st.st_mode) && (st.st_mode & (S_IWGRP | S_IWOTH))) ||
(buildUser.enabled() && st.st_uid != buildUser.getUID()))
throw BuildError(format("suspicious ownership or permission on `%1%'; rejecting this build output") % path);
#endif
/* Apply hash rewriting if necessary. */
bool rewritten = false;
if (!rewritesFromTmp.empty()) {
printMsg(lvlError, format("warning: rewriting hashes in `%1%'; cross fingers") % path);
/* Canonicalise first. This ensures that the path we're
rewriting doesn't contain a hard link to /etc/shadow or
something like that. */
canonicalisePathMetaData(actualPath, buildUser.enabled() ? buildUser.getUID() : -1, inodesSeen);
/* FIXME: this is in-memory. */
StringSink sink;
dumpPath(actualPath, sink);
deletePath(actualPath);
sink.s = rewriteHashes(sink.s, rewritesFromTmp);
StringSource source(sink.s);
restorePath(actualPath, source);
rewritten = true;
}
startNest(nest, lvlTalkative,
format("scanning for references inside `%1%'") % path);
/* Check that fixed-output derivations produced the right
outputs (i.e., the content hash should match the specified
hash). */
if (i->second.hash != "") {
bool recursive; HashType ht; Hash h;
i->second.parseHashInfo(recursive, ht, h);
if (!recursive) {
/* The output path should be a regular file without
execute permission. */
if (!S_ISREG(st.st_mode) || (st.st_mode & S_IXUSR) != 0)
throw BuildError(
format("output path `%1% should be a non-executable regular file") % path);
}
/* Check the hash. */
Hash h2 = recursive ? hashPath(ht, actualPath).first : hashFile(ht, actualPath);
if (h != h2)
throw BuildError(
format("output path `%1%' should have %2% hash `%3%', instead has `%4%'")
% path % i->second.hashAlgo % printHash16or32(h) % printHash16or32(h2));
}
/* Get rid of all weird permissions. This also checks that
all files are owned by the build user, if applicable. */
canonicalisePathMetaData(actualPath,
buildUser.enabled() && !rewritten ? buildUser.getUID() : -1, inodesSeen);
/* For this output path, find the references to other paths
contained in it. Compute the SHA-256 NAR hash at the same
time. The hash is stored in the database so that we can
verify later on whether nobody has messed with the store. */
HashResult hash;
PathSet references = scanForReferences(actualPath, allPaths, hash);
if (buildMode == bmCheck) {
if (!store->isValidPath(path)) continue;
ValidPathInfo info = worker.store.queryPathInfo(path);
if (hash.first != info.hash) {
if (settings.keepFailed) {
Path dst = path + checkSuffix;
if (pathExists(dst)) deletePath(dst);
if (rename(actualPath.c_str(), dst.c_str()))
throw SysError(format("renaming `%1%' to `%2%'") % actualPath % dst);
throw Error(format("derivation `%1%' may not be deterministic: output `%2%' differs from ‘%3%’")
% drvPath % path % dst);
} else
throw Error(format("derivation `%1%' may not be deterministic: output `%2%' differs")
% drvPath % path);
}
continue;
}
/* For debugging, print out the referenced and unreferenced
paths. */
foreach (PathSet::iterator, i, inputPaths) {
PathSet::iterator j = references.find(*i);
if (j == references.end())
debug(format("unreferenced input: `%1%'") % *i);
else
debug(format("referenced input: `%1%'") % *i);
}
/* Enforce `allowedReferences' and friends. */
auto checkRefs = [&](const string & attrName, bool allowed, bool recursive) {
if (drv.env.find(attrName) == drv.env.end()) return;
PathSet spec = parseReferenceSpecifiers(drv, get(drv.env, attrName));
PathSet used;
if (recursive) {
/* Our requisites are the union of the closures of our references. */
for (auto & i : references)
/* Don't call computeFSClosure on ourselves. */
if (actualPath != i)
computeFSClosure(worker.store, i, used);
} else
used = references;
for (auto & i : used)
if (allowed) {
if (spec.find(i) == spec.end())
throw BuildError(format("output (`%1%') is not allowed to refer to path `%2%'") % actualPath % i);
} else {
if (spec.find(i) != spec.end())
throw BuildError(format("output (`%1%') is not allowed to refer to path `%2%'") % actualPath % i);
}
};
checkRefs("allowedReferences", true, false);
checkRefs("allowedRequisites", true, true);
checkRefs("disallowedReferences", false, false);
checkRefs("disallowedRequisites", false, true);
if (curRound == nrRounds) {
worker.store.optimisePath(path); // FIXME: combine with scanForReferences()
worker.store.markContentsGood(path);
}
ValidPathInfo info;
info.path = path;
info.hash = hash.first;
info.narSize = hash.second;
info.references = references;
info.deriver = drvPath;
infos.push_back(info);
}
if (buildMode == bmCheck) return;
/* Compare the result with the previous round, and report which
path is different, if any.*/
if (curRound > 1 && prevInfos != infos) {
assert(prevInfos.size() == infos.size());
for (auto i = prevInfos.begin(), j = infos.begin(); i != prevInfos.end(); ++i, ++j)
if (!(*i == *j)) {
Path prev = i->path + checkSuffix;
if (pathExists(prev))
throw NotDeterministic(
format("output ‘%1%’ of ‘%2%’ differs from ‘%3%’ from previous round")
% i->path % drvPath % prev);
else
throw NotDeterministic(
format("output ‘%1%’ of ‘%2%’ differs from previous round")
% i->path % drvPath);
}
assert(false); // shouldn't happen
}
if (settings.keepFailed) {
for (auto & i : drv.outputs) {
Path prev = i.second.path + checkSuffix;
if (pathExists(prev)) deletePath(prev);
if (curRound < nrRounds) {
Path dst = i.second.path + checkSuffix;
if (rename(i.second.path.c_str(), dst.c_str()))
throw SysError(format("renaming ‘%1%’ to ‘%2%’") % i.second.path % dst);
}
}
}
if (curRound < nrRounds) {
prevInfos = infos;
return;
}
/* Register each output path as valid, and register the sets of
paths referenced by each of them. If there are cycles in the
outputs, this will fail. */
worker.store.registerValidPaths(infos);
}
string drvsLogDir = "drvs";
Path DerivationGoal::openLogFile()
{
logSize = 0;
if (!settings.keepLog) return "";
string baseName = baseNameOf(drvPath);
/* Create a log file. */
Path dir = (format("%1%/%2%/%3%/") % settings.nixLogDir % drvsLogDir % string(baseName, 0, 2)).str();
createDirs(dir);
if (settings.compressLog) {
Path logFileName = (format("%1%/%2%.bz2") % dir % string(baseName, 2)).str();
AutoCloseFD fd = open(logFileName.c_str(), O_CREAT | O_WRONLY | O_TRUNC, 0666);
if (fd == -1) throw SysError(format("creating log file `%1%'") % logFileName);
closeOnExec(fd);
if (!(fLogFile = fdopen(fd.borrow(), "w")))
throw SysError(format("opening file `%1%'") % logFileName);
int err;
if (!(bzLogFile = BZ2_bzWriteOpen(&err, fLogFile, 9, 0, 0)))
throw Error(format("cannot open compressed log file `%1%'") % logFileName);
return logFileName;
} else {
Path logFileName = (format("%1%/%2%") % dir % string(baseName, 2)).str();
fdLogFile = open(logFileName.c_str(), O_CREAT | O_WRONLY | O_TRUNC, 0666);
if (fdLogFile == -1) throw SysError(format("creating log file `%1%'") % logFileName);
closeOnExec(fdLogFile);
return logFileName;
}
}
void DerivationGoal::closeLogFile()
{
if (bzLogFile) {
int err;
BZ2_bzWriteClose(&err, bzLogFile, 0, 0, 0);
bzLogFile = 0;
if (err != BZ_OK) throw Error(format("cannot close compressed log file (BZip2 error = %1%)") % err);
}
if (fLogFile) {
fclose(fLogFile);
fLogFile = 0;
}
fdLogFile.close();
}
void DerivationGoal::deleteTmpDir(bool force)
{
if (tmpDir != "") {
if (settings.keepFailed && !force) {
printMsg(lvlError,
format("note: keeping build directory `%2%'")
% drvPath % tmpDir);
chmod(tmpDir.c_str(), 0755);
}
else
deletePath(tmpDir);
tmpDir = "";
}
}
void DerivationGoal::handleChildOutput(int fd, const string & data)
{
if ((hook && fd == hook->builderOut.readSide) ||
(!hook && fd == builderOut.readSide))
{
logSize += data.size();
if (settings.maxLogSize && logSize > settings.maxLogSize) {
printMsg(lvlError,
format("%1% killed after writing more than %2% bytes of log output")
% getName() % settings.maxLogSize);
timedOut(); // not really a timeout, but close enough
return;
}
if (verbosity >= settings.buildVerbosity)
writeToStderr(data);
if (bzLogFile) {
int err;
BZ2_bzWrite(&err, bzLogFile, (unsigned char *) data.data(), data.size());
if (err != BZ_OK) throw Error(format("cannot write to compressed log file (BZip2 error = %1%)") % err);
} else if (fdLogFile != -1)
writeFull(fdLogFile, data);
}
if (hook && fd == hook->fromHook.readSide)
writeToStderr(data);
}
void DerivationGoal::handleEOF(int fd)
{
worker.wakeUp(shared_from_this());
}
PathSet DerivationGoal::checkPathValidity(bool returnValid, bool checkHash)
{
PathSet result;
foreach (DerivationOutputs::iterator, i, drv.outputs) {
if (!wantOutput(i->first, wantedOutputs)) continue;
bool good =
worker.store.isValidPath(i->second.path) &&
(!checkHash || worker.store.pathContentsGood(i->second.path));
if (good == returnValid) result.insert(i->second.path);
}
return result;
}
bool DerivationGoal::pathFailed(const Path & path)
{
if (!settings.cacheFailure) return false;
if (!worker.store.hasPathFailed(path)) return false;
printMsg(lvlError, format("builder for `%1%' failed previously (cached)") % path);
if (settings.printBuildTrace)
printMsg(lvlError, format("@ build-failed %1% - cached") % drvPath);
done(BuildResult::CachedFailure);
return true;
}
Path DerivationGoal::addHashRewrite(const Path & path)
{
string h1 = string(path, settings.nixStore.size() + 1, 32);
string h2 = string(printHash32(hashString(htSHA256, "rewrite:" + drvPath + ":" + path)),