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#include "shared.hh"
#include "local-store.hh"
#include "util.hh"
#include "serialise.hh"
#include "worker-protocol.hh"
#include "archive.hh"
#include "affinity.hh"
#include "globals.hh"
#include "builtins.hh"
#include <algorithm>
#include <cstring>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/wait.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <sys/un.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <pwd.h>
#include <grp.h>
using namespace nix;
/* On platforms that have O_ASYNC, we can detect when a client
disconnects and immediately kill any ongoing builds. On platforms
that lack it, we only notice the disconnection the next time we try
to write to the client. So if you have a builder that never
generates output on stdout/stderr, the daemon will never notice
that the client has disconnected until the builder terminates.
GNU/Hurd does have O_ASYNC, but its Unix-domain socket translator
(pflocal) does not implement F_SETOWN. See
<http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-guix/2013-07/msg00021.html> for
details.*/
#if defined O_ASYNC && !defined __GNU__
#define HAVE_HUP_NOTIFICATION
#ifndef SIGPOLL
#define SIGPOLL SIGIO
#endif
#endif
static FdSource from(STDIN_FILENO);
static FdSink to(STDOUT_FILENO);
bool canSendStderr;
/* This function is called anytime we want to write something to
stderr. If we're in a state where the protocol allows it (i.e.,
when canSendStderr), send the message to the client over the
socket. */
static void tunnelStderr(const unsigned char * buf, size_t count)
{
if (canSendStderr) {
try {
writeInt(STDERR_NEXT, to);
writeString(buf, count, to);
to.flush();
} catch (...) {
/* Write failed; that means that the other side is
gone. */
canSendStderr = false;
throw;
}
} else
writeFull(STDERR_FILENO, buf, count);
}
/* Return true if the remote side has closed its end of the
connection, false otherwise. Should not be called on any socket on
which we expect input! */
static bool isFarSideClosed(int socket)
{
struct timeval timeout;
timeout.tv_sec = timeout.tv_usec = 0;
fd_set fds;
FD_ZERO(&fds);
FD_SET(socket, &fds);
while (select(socket + 1, &fds, 0, 0, &timeout) == -1)
if (errno != EINTR) throw SysError("select()");
if (!FD_ISSET(socket, &fds)) return false;
/* Destructive read to determine whether the select() marked the
socket as readable because there is actual input or because
we've reached EOF (i.e., a read of size 0 is available). */
char c;
int rd;
if ((rd = read(socket, &c, 1)) > 0)
throw Error("EOF expected (protocol error?)");
else if (rd == -1 && errno != ECONNRESET)
throw SysError("expected connection reset or EOF");
return true;
}
/* A SIGPOLL signal is received when data is available on the client
communication socket, or when the client has closed its side of the
socket. This handler is enabled at precisely those moments in the
protocol when we're doing work and the client is supposed to be
quiet. Thus, if we get a SIGPOLL signal, it means that the client
has quit. So we should quit as well.
Too bad most operating systems don't support the POLL_HUP value for
si_code in siginfo_t. That would make most of the SIGPOLL
complexity unnecessary, i.e., we could just enable SIGPOLL all the
time and wouldn't have to worry about races. */
static void sigPollHandler(int sigNo)
{
using namespace std;
try {
/* Check that the far side actually closed. We're still
getting spurious signals every once in a while. I.e.,
there is no input available, but we get a signal with
POLL_IN set. Maybe it's delayed or something. */
if (isFarSideClosed(from.fd)) {
if (!blockInt) {
_isInterrupted = 1;
blockInt = 1;
canSendStderr = false;
const char * s = "SIGPOLL\n";
write(STDERR_FILENO, s, strlen(s));
}
} else {
const char * s = "spurious SIGPOLL\n";
write(STDERR_FILENO, s, strlen(s));
}
}
catch (Error & e) {
/* Shouldn't happen. */
string s = "impossible: " + e.msg() + '\n';
write(STDERR_FILENO, s.data(), s.size());
throw;
}
}
static void setSigPollAction(bool enable)
{
#ifdef HAVE_HUP_NOTIFICATION
struct sigaction act, oact;
act.sa_handler = enable ? sigPollHandler : SIG_IGN;
sigfillset(&act.sa_mask);
act.sa_flags = 0;
if (sigaction(SIGPOLL, &act, &oact))
throw SysError("setting handler for SIGPOLL");
#endif
}
/* startWork() means that we're starting an operation for which we
want to send out stderr to the client. */
static void startWork()
{
canSendStderr = true;
/* Handle client death asynchronously. */
setSigPollAction(true);
/* Of course, there is a race condition here: the socket could
have closed between when we last read from / wrote to it, and
between the time we set the handler for SIGPOLL. In that case
we won't get the signal. So do a non-blocking select() to find
out if any input is available on the socket. If there is, it
has to be the 0-byte read that indicates that the socket has
closed. */
if (isFarSideClosed(from.fd)) {
_isInterrupted = 1;
checkInterrupt();
}
}
/* stopWork() means that we're done; stop sending stderr to the
client. */
static void stopWork(bool success = true, const string & msg = "", unsigned int status = 0)
{
/* Stop handling async client death; we're going to a state where
we're either sending or receiving from the client, so we'll be
notified of client death anyway. */
setSigPollAction(false);
canSendStderr = false;
if (success)
writeInt(STDERR_LAST, to);
else {
writeInt(STDERR_ERROR, to);
writeString(msg, to);
if (status != 0) writeInt(status, to);
}
}
struct TunnelSink : BufferedSink
{
Sink & to;
TunnelSink(Sink & to) : BufferedSink(64 * 1024), to(to) { }
virtual void write(const unsigned char * data, size_t len)
{
writeInt(STDERR_WRITE, to);
writeString(data, len, to);
}
};
struct TunnelSource : BufferedSource
{
Source & from;
TunnelSource(Source & from) : from(from) { }
size_t readUnbuffered(unsigned char * data, size_t len)
{
/* Careful: we're going to receive data from the client now,
so we have to disable the SIGPOLL handler. */
setSigPollAction(false);
canSendStderr = false;
writeInt(STDERR_READ, to);
writeInt(len, to);
to.flush();
size_t n = readString(data, len, from);
startWork();
if (n == 0) throw EndOfFile("unexpected end-of-file");
return n;
}
};
/* If the NAR archive contains a single file at top-level, then save
the contents of the file to `s'. Otherwise barf. */
struct RetrieveRegularNARSink : ParseSink
{
bool regular;
string s;
RetrieveRegularNARSink() : regular(true) { }
void createDirectory(const Path & path)
{
regular = false;
}
void receiveContents(unsigned char * data, unsigned int len)
{
s.append((const char *) data, len);
}
void createSymlink(const Path & path, const string & target)
{
regular = false;
}
};
/* Adapter class of a Source that saves all data read to `s'. */
struct SavingSourceAdapter : Source
{
Source & orig;
string s;
SavingSourceAdapter(Source & orig) : orig(orig) { }
size_t read(unsigned char * data, size_t len)
{
size_t n = orig.read(data, len);
s.append((const char *) data, n);
return n;
}
};
static void performOp(bool trusted, unsigned int clientVersion,
Source & from, Sink & to, unsigned int op)
{
switch (op) {
case wopIsValidPath: {
/* 'readStorePath' could raise an error leading to the connection
being closed. To be able to recover from an invalid path error,
call 'startWork' early, and do 'assertStorePath' afterwards so
that the 'Error' exception handler doesn't close the
connection. */
Path path = readString(from);
startWork();
assertStorePath(path);
bool result = store->isValidPath(path);
stopWork();
writeInt(result, to);
break;
}
case wopQueryValidPaths: {
PathSet paths = readStorePaths<PathSet>(from);
startWork();
PathSet res = store->queryValidPaths(paths);
stopWork();
writeStrings(res, to);
break;
}
case wopHasSubstitutes: {
Path path = readStorePath(from);
startWork();
PathSet res = store->querySubstitutablePaths(singleton<PathSet>(path));
stopWork();
writeInt(res.find(path) != res.end(), to);
break;
}
case wopQuerySubstitutablePaths: {
PathSet paths = readStorePaths<PathSet>(from);
startWork();
PathSet res = store->querySubstitutablePaths(paths);
stopWork();
writeStrings(res, to);
break;
}
case wopQueryPathHash: {
Path path = readStorePath(from);
startWork();
Hash hash = store->queryPathHash(path);
stopWork();
writeString(printHash(hash), to);
break;
}
case wopQueryReferences:
case wopQueryReferrers:
case wopQueryValidDerivers:
case wopQueryDerivationOutputs: {
Path path = readStorePath(from);
startWork();
PathSet paths;
if (op == wopQueryReferences)
store->queryReferences(path, paths);
else if (op == wopQueryReferrers)
store->queryReferrers(path, paths);
else if (op == wopQueryValidDerivers)
paths = store->queryValidDerivers(path);
else paths = store->queryDerivationOutputs(path);
stopWork();
writeStrings(paths, to);
break;
}
case wopQueryDerivationOutputNames: {
Path path = readStorePath(from);
startWork();
StringSet names;
names = store->queryDerivationOutputNames(path);
stopWork();
writeStrings(names, to);
break;
}
case wopQueryDeriver: {
Path path = readStorePath(from);
startWork();
Path deriver = store->queryDeriver(path);
stopWork();
writeString(deriver, to);
break;
}
case wopQueryPathFromHashPart: {
string hashPart = readString(from);
startWork();
Path path = store->queryPathFromHashPart(hashPart);
stopWork();
writeString(path, to);
break;
}
case wopAddToStore: {
string baseName = readString(from);
bool fixed = readInt(from) == 1; /* obsolete */
bool recursive = readInt(from) == 1;
string s = readString(from);
/* Compatibility hack. */
if (!fixed) {
s = "sha256";
recursive = true;
}
HashType hashAlgo = parseHashType(s);
SavingSourceAdapter savedNAR(from);
RetrieveRegularNARSink savedRegular;
if (recursive) {
/* Get the entire NAR dump from the client and save it to
a string so that we can pass it to
addToStoreFromDump(). */
ParseSink sink; /* null sink; just parse the NAR */
parseDump(sink, savedNAR);
} else
parseDump(savedRegular, from);
startWork();
if (!savedRegular.regular) throw Error("regular file expected");
Path path = dynamic_cast<LocalStore *>(store.get())
->addToStoreFromDump(recursive ? savedNAR.s : savedRegular.s, baseName, recursive, hashAlgo);
stopWork();
writeString(path, to);
break;
}
case wopAddTextToStore: {
string suffix = readString(from);
string s = readString(from);
PathSet refs = readStorePaths<PathSet>(from);
startWork();
Path path = store->addTextToStore(suffix, s, refs);
stopWork();
writeString(path, to);
break;
}
case wopExportPath: {
Path path = readStorePath(from);
bool sign = readInt(from) == 1;
startWork();
TunnelSink sink(to);
store->exportPath(path, sign, sink);
sink.flush();
stopWork();
writeInt(1, to);
break;
}
case wopImportPaths: {
startWork();
TunnelSource source(from);
/* Unlike Nix, always require a signature, even for "trusted"
users. */
Paths paths = store->importPaths(true, source);
stopWork();
writeStrings(paths, to);
break;
}
case wopBuildPaths: {
PathSet drvs = readStorePaths<PathSet>(from);
BuildMode mode = bmNormal;
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 15) {
mode = (BuildMode)readInt(from);
/* Repairing is not atomic, so disallowed for "untrusted"
clients. */
if (mode == bmRepair && !trusted)
throw Error("repairing is not supported when building through the Nix daemon");
}
startWork();
store->buildPaths(drvs, mode);
stopWork();
writeInt(1, to);
break;
}
case wopEnsurePath: {
Path path = readStorePath(from);
startWork();
store->ensurePath(path);
stopWork();
writeInt(1, to);
break;
}
case wopAddTempRoot: {
Path path = readStorePath(from);
startWork();
store->addTempRoot(path);
stopWork();
writeInt(1, to);
break;
}
case wopAddIndirectRoot: {
Path path = absPath(readString(from));
startWork();
store->addIndirectRoot(path);
stopWork();
writeInt(1, to);
break;
}
case wopSyncWithGC: {
startWork();
store->syncWithGC();
stopWork();
writeInt(1, to);
break;
}
case wopFindRoots: {
startWork();
Roots roots = store->findRoots();
stopWork();
writeInt(roots.size(), to);
for (Roots::iterator i = roots.begin(); i != roots.end(); ++i) {
writeString(i->first, to);
writeString(i->second, to);
}
break;
}
case wopCollectGarbage: {
GCOptions options;
options.action = (GCOptions::GCAction) readInt(from);
options.pathsToDelete = readStorePaths<PathSet>(from);
options.ignoreLiveness = readInt(from);
options.maxFreed = readLongLong(from);
readInt(from); // obsolete field
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 5) {
/* removed options */
readInt(from);
readInt(from);
}
GCResults results;
startWork();
if (options.ignoreLiveness)
throw Error("you are not allowed to ignore liveness");
store->collectGarbage(options, results);
stopWork();
writeStrings(results.paths, to);
writeLongLong(results.bytesFreed, to);
writeLongLong(0, to); // obsolete
break;
}
case wopSetOptions: {
settings.keepFailed = readInt(from) != 0;
settings.keepGoing = readInt(from) != 0;
settings.set("build-fallback", readInt(from) ? "true" : "false");
verbosity = (Verbosity) readInt(from);
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) < 0x61) {
settings.set("build-max-jobs", std::to_string(readInt(from)));
settings.set("build-max-silent-time", std::to_string(readInt(from)));
}
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 2)
settings.useBuildHook = readInt(from) != 0;
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 4) {
settings.buildVerbosity = (Verbosity) readInt(from);
logType = (LogType) readInt(from);
settings.printBuildTrace = readInt(from) != 0;
}
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 6
&& GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) < 0x61)
settings.set("build-cores", std::to_string(readInt(from)));
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 10)
settings.set("build-use-substitutes", readInt(from) ? "true" : "false");
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 12) {
unsigned int n = readInt(from);
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
string name = readString(from);
string value = readString(from);
if (name == "build-timeout" || name == "build-max-silent-time"
|| name == "build-max-jobs" || name == "build-cores"
|| name == "build-repeat"
|| name == "use-ssh-substituter")
settings.set(name, value);
else
settings.set(trusted ? name : "untrusted-" + name, value);
}
}
settings.update();
startWork();
stopWork();
break;
}
case wopQuerySubstitutablePathInfo: {
Path path = absPath(readString(from));
startWork();
SubstitutablePathInfos infos;
store->querySubstitutablePathInfos(singleton<PathSet>(path), infos);
stopWork();
SubstitutablePathInfos::iterator i = infos.find(path);
if (i == infos.end())
writeInt(0, to);
else {
writeInt(1, to);
writeString(i->second.deriver, to);
writeStrings(i->second.references, to);
writeLongLong(i->second.downloadSize, to);
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 7)
writeLongLong(i->second.narSize, to);
}
break;
}
case wopQuerySubstitutablePathInfos: {
PathSet paths = readStorePaths<PathSet>(from);
startWork();
SubstitutablePathInfos infos;
store->querySubstitutablePathInfos(paths, infos);
stopWork();
writeInt(infos.size(), to);
foreach (SubstitutablePathInfos::iterator, i, infos) {
writeString(i->first, to);
writeString(i->second.deriver, to);
writeStrings(i->second.references, to);
writeLongLong(i->second.downloadSize, to);
writeLongLong(i->second.narSize, to);
}
break;
}
case wopQueryAllValidPaths: {
startWork();
PathSet paths = store->queryAllValidPaths();
stopWork();
writeStrings(paths, to);
break;
}
case wopQueryFailedPaths: {
startWork();
PathSet paths = store->queryFailedPaths();
stopWork();
writeStrings(paths, to);
break;
}
case wopClearFailedPaths: {
PathSet paths = readStrings<PathSet>(from);
startWork();
store->clearFailedPaths(paths);
stopWork();
writeInt(1, to);
break;
}
case wopQueryPathInfo: {
Path path = readStorePath(from);
startWork();
ValidPathInfo info = store->queryPathInfo(path);
stopWork();
writeString(info.deriver, to);
writeString(printHash(info.hash), to);
writeStrings(info.references, to);
writeInt(info.registrationTime, to);
writeLongLong(info.narSize, to);
break;
}
case wopOptimiseStore:
startWork();
store->optimiseStore();
stopWork();
writeInt(1, to);
break;
case wopVerifyStore: {
bool checkContents = readInt(from) != 0;
bool repair = readInt(from) != 0;
startWork();
if (repair && !trusted)
throw Error("you are not privileged to repair paths");
bool errors = store->verifyStore(checkContents, repair);
stopWork();
writeInt(errors, to);
break;
}
case wopBuiltinBuilders: {
startWork();
auto names = builtinBuilderNames();
stopWork();
writeStrings(names, to);
break;
}
default:
throw Error(format("invalid operation %1%") % op);
}
}
static void processConnection(bool trusted)
{
canSendStderr = false;
_writeToStderr = tunnelStderr;
#ifdef HAVE_HUP_NOTIFICATION
/* Allow us to receive SIGPOLL for events on the client socket. */
setSigPollAction(false);
if (fcntl(from.fd, F_SETOWN, getpid()) == -1)
throw SysError("F_SETOWN");
if (fcntl(from.fd, F_SETFL, fcntl(from.fd, F_GETFL, 0) | O_ASYNC) == -1)
throw SysError("F_SETFL");
#endif
/* Exchange the greeting. */
unsigned int magic = readInt(from);
if (magic != WORKER_MAGIC_1) throw Error("protocol mismatch");
writeInt(WORKER_MAGIC_2, to);
writeInt(PROTOCOL_VERSION, to);
to.flush();
unsigned int clientVersion = readInt(from);
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 14 && readInt(from))
setAffinityTo(readInt(from));
bool reserveSpace = true;
if (GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 11)
reserveSpace = readInt(from) != 0;
/* Send startup error messages to the client. */
startWork();
try {
/* If we can't accept clientVersion, then throw an error
*here* (not above). */
#if 0
/* Prevent users from doing something very dangerous. */
if (geteuid() == 0 &&
querySetting("build-users-group", "") == "")
throw Error("if you run `nix-daemon' as root, then you MUST set `build-users-group'!");
#endif
/* Open the store. */
store = std::shared_ptr<StoreAPI>(new LocalStore(reserveSpace));
stopWork();
to.flush();
} catch (Error & e) {
stopWork(false, e.msg(), GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 8 ? 1 : 0);
to.flush();
return;
}
/* Process client requests. */
unsigned int opCount = 0;
while (true) {
WorkerOp op;
try {
op = (WorkerOp) readInt(from);
} catch (EndOfFile & e) {
break;
}
opCount++;
try {
performOp(trusted, clientVersion, from, to, op);
} catch (Error & e) {
/* If we're not in a state where we can send replies, then
something went wrong processing the input of the
client. This can happen especially if I/O errors occur
during addTextToStore() / importPath(). If that
happens, just send the error message and exit. */
bool errorAllowed = canSendStderr;
stopWork(false, e.msg(), GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 8 ? e.status : 0);
if (!errorAllowed) throw;
} catch (std::bad_alloc & e) {
stopWork(false, "Nix daemon out of memory", GET_PROTOCOL_MINOR(clientVersion) >= 8 ? 1 : 0);
throw;
}
to.flush();
assert(!canSendStderr);
};
canSendStderr = false;
_isInterrupted = false;
printMsg(lvlDebug, format("%1% operations") % opCount);
}
static void sigChldHandler(int sigNo)
{
/* Reap all dead children. */
while (waitpid(-1, 0, WNOHANG) > 0) ;
}
static void setSigChldAction(bool autoReap)
{
struct sigaction act, oact;
act.sa_handler = autoReap ? sigChldHandler : SIG_DFL;
sigfillset(&act.sa_mask);
act.sa_flags = 0;
if (sigaction(SIGCHLD, &act, &oact))
throw SysError("setting SIGCHLD handler");
}
bool matchUser(const string & user, const string & group, const Strings & users)
{
if (find(users.begin(), users.end(), "*") != users.end())
return true;
if (find(users.begin(), users.end(), user) != users.end())
return true;
for (auto & i : users)
if (string(i, 0, 1) == "@") {
if (group == string(i, 1)) return true;
struct group * gr = getgrnam(i.c_str() + 1);
if (!gr) continue;
for (char * * mem = gr->gr_mem; *mem; mem++)
if (user == string(*mem)) return true;
}
return false;
}
#define SD_LISTEN_FDS_START 3
static void daemonLoop()
{
if (chdir("/") == -1)
throw SysError("cannot change current directory");
/* Get rid of children automatically; don't let them become
zombies. */
setSigChldAction(true);
AutoCloseFD fdSocket;
/* Handle socket-based activation by systemd. */
if (getEnv("LISTEN_FDS") != "") {
if (getEnv("LISTEN_PID") != std::to_string(getpid()) || getEnv("LISTEN_FDS") != "1")
throw Error("unexpected systemd environment variables");
fdSocket = SD_LISTEN_FDS_START;
}
/* Otherwise, create and bind to a Unix domain socket. */
else {
/* Create and bind to a Unix domain socket. */
fdSocket = socket(PF_UNIX, SOCK_STREAM, 0);
if (fdSocket == -1)
throw SysError("cannot create Unix domain socket");
string socketPath = settings.nixDaemonSocketFile;
createDirs(dirOf(socketPath));
/* Urgh, sockaddr_un allows path names of only 108 characters.
So chdir to the socket directory so that we can pass a
relative path name. */
if (chdir(dirOf(socketPath).c_str()) == -1)
throw SysError("cannot change current directory");
Path socketPathRel = "./" + baseNameOf(socketPath);
struct sockaddr_un addr;
addr.sun_family = AF_UNIX;
if (socketPathRel.size() >= sizeof(addr.sun_path))
throw Error(format("socket path `%1%' is too long") % socketPathRel);
strcpy(addr.sun_path, socketPathRel.c_str());
unlink(socketPath.c_str());
/* Make sure that the socket is created with 0666 permission
(everybody can connect --- provided they have access to the
directory containing the socket). */
mode_t oldMode = umask(0111);
int res = bind(fdSocket, (struct sockaddr *) &addr, sizeof(addr));
umask(oldMode);
if (res == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot bind to socket `%1%'") % socketPath);
if (chdir("/") == -1) /* back to the root */
throw SysError("cannot change current directory");
if (listen(fdSocket, 5) == -1)
throw SysError(format("cannot listen on socket `%1%'") % socketPath);
}
closeOnExec(fdSocket);
/* Loop accepting connections. */
while (1) {
try {
/* Important: the server process *cannot* open the SQLite
database, because it doesn't like forks very much. */
assert(!store);
/* Accept a connection. */
struct sockaddr_un remoteAddr;
socklen_t remoteAddrLen = sizeof(remoteAddr);
AutoCloseFD remote = accept(fdSocket,
(struct sockaddr *) &remoteAddr, &remoteAddrLen);
checkInterrupt();
if (remote == -1) {
if (errno == EINTR)
continue;
else
throw SysError("accepting connection");
}
closeOnExec(remote);
bool trusted = false;
pid_t clientPid = -1;
#if defined(SO_PEERCRED)
/* Get the identity of the caller, if possible. */
ucred cred;
socklen_t credLen = sizeof(cred);
if (getsockopt(remote, SOL_SOCKET, SO_PEERCRED, &cred, &credLen) == -1)
throw SysError("getting peer credentials");
clientPid = cred.pid;
struct passwd * pw = getpwuid(cred.uid);
string user = pw ? pw->pw_name : std::to_string(cred.uid);
struct group * gr = getgrgid(cred.gid);
string group = gr ? gr->gr_name : std::to_string(cred.gid);
Strings trustedUsers = settings.get("trusted-users", Strings({"root"}));
Strings allowedUsers = settings.get("allowed-users", Strings({"*"}));
if (matchUser(user, group, trustedUsers))
trusted = true;
if (!trusted && !matchUser(user, group, allowedUsers))
throw Error(format("user `%1%' is not allowed to connect to the Nix daemon") % user);
printMsg(lvlInfo, format((string) "accepted connection from pid %1%, user %2%"
+ (trusted ? " (trusted)" : "")) % clientPid % user);
#endif
/* Fork a child to handle the connection. */
startProcess([&]() {
fdSocket.close();
/* Background the daemon. */
if (setsid() == -1)
throw SysError(format("creating a new session"));
/* Restore normal handling of SIGCHLD. */
setSigChldAction(false);
/* For debugging, stuff the pid into argv[1]. */
if (clientPid != -1 && argvSaved[1]) {
string processName = std::to_string(clientPid);
strncpy(argvSaved[1], processName.c_str(), strlen(argvSaved[1]));
}
#if defined(SO_PEERCRED)
/* Store the client's user and group for this connection. This
has to be done in the forked process since it is per
connection. */
settings.clientUid = cred.uid;
settings.clientGid = cred.gid;
#else
/* Setting these to -1 means: do not change */
settings.clientUid = (uid_t) -1;
settings.clientGid = (gid_t) -1;
#endif
/* Handle the connection. */
from.fd = remote;
to.fd = remote;
processConnection(trusted);
exit(0);
}, false, "unexpected Nix daemon error: ", true);
} catch (Interrupted & e) {
throw;
} catch (Error & e) {
printMsg(lvlError, format("error processing connection: %1%") % e.msg());
}
}
}
void run(Strings args)
{
for (Strings::iterator i = args.begin(); i != args.end(); ) {
string arg = *i++;
if (arg == "--daemon") /* ignored for backwards compatibility */;
}
daemonLoop();
}
void printHelp()
{
showManPage("nix-daemon");
}
string programId = "nix-daemon";