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* tree-wide: remove Lennart's copyright linesLennart Poettering2018-08-24
| | | | | | | | | | | These lines are generally out-of-date, incomplete and unnecessary. With SPDX and git repository much more accurate and fine grained information about licensing and authorship is available, hence let's drop the per-file copyright notice. Of course, removing copyright lines of others is problematic, hence this commit only removes my own lines and leaves all others untouched. It might be nicer if sooner or later those could go away too, making git the only and accurate source of authorship information.
* tree-wide: drop 'This file is part of systemd' blurbLennart Poettering2018-08-24
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This part of the copyright blurb stems from the GPL use recommendations: The concept appears to originate in times where version control was per file, instead of per tree, and was a way to glue the files together. Ultimately, we nowadays don't live in that world anymore, and this information is entirely useless anyway, as people are very welcome to copy these files into any projects they like, and they shouldn't have to change bits that are part of our copyright header for that. hence, let's just get rid of this old cruft, and shorten our codebase a bit.
* tree-wide: drop license boilerplateZbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek2018-08-24
| | | | | | | | | | Files which are installed as-is (any .service and other unit files, .conf files, .policy files, etc), are left as is. My assumption is that SPDX identifiers are not yet that well known, so it's better to retain the extended header to avoid any doubt. I also kept any copyright lines. We can probably remove them, but it'd nice to obtain explicit acks from all involved authors before doing that.
* Prep v236 : Add missing SPDX-License-Identifier (3/9) src/coreSven Eden2018-03-26
* General: Update build system to upstream support of meson+ninja.Sven Eden2017-08-04
| | | | | | | | Upstream thinks, that the auto tools are too 'legacy', or that they are at least no longer fitting. We follow, as the classic auto tools files have been removed, so no other choice here...
* Prep v230: Move musl_missing and parse-printf-format to libshared.Sven Eden2017-06-16
* Prep v230: Apply missing upstream fixes and updates (3/8) src/cgroups-agent.Sven Eden2017-06-16
* Prep v229: Remove remaining emacs settings [2/6] src/coreSven Eden2017-05-17
* tree-wide: expose "p"-suffix unref calls in public APIs to make gcc cleanup easyLennart Poettering2017-05-17
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | GLIB has recently started to officially support the gcc cleanup attribute in its public API, hence let's do the same for our APIs. With this patch we'll define an xyz_unrefp() call for each public xyz_unref() call, to make it easy to use inside a __attribute__((cleanup())) expression. Then, all code is ported over to make use of this. The new calls are also documented in the man pages, with examples how to use them (well, I only added docs where the _unref() call itself already had docs, and the examples, only cover sd_bus_unrefp() and sd_event_unrefp()). This also renames sd_lldp_free() to sd_lldp_unref(), since that's how we tend to call our destructors these days. Note that this defines no public macro that wraps gcc's attribute and makes it easier to use. While I think it's our duty in the library to make our stuff easy to use, I figure it's not our duty to make gcc's own features easy to use on its own. Most likely, client code which wants to make use of this should define its own: #define _cleanup_(function) __attribute__((cleanup(function))) Or similar, to make the gcc feature easier to use. Making this logic public has the benefit that we can remove three header files whose only purpose was to define these functions internally. See #2008.
* Prep v228: Add remaining updates from upstream (3/3)Sven Eden2017-04-26
| | | | | Apply remaining fixes and the performed move of utility functions into their own foo-util.[hc] files on the rest of elogind.
* [3/5] Apply missing fixes from upstreamSven Eden2017-03-29
* Add support for building elogind against musl libcSven Eden2017-03-14
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | * Check whether printf.h is available and define/undef HAVE_PRINTF_H accordingly. * Added src/shared/parse-printf-format.[hc] by Emil Renner Berthing <> that provides parse_printf_format() if printf.h is unavailable * Added src/basic/musl_missing.h by Juergen Buchmueller <> that implements glibc functions missing in musl libc as macros. * Extended src/basic/musl_missing.h and added src/basic/musl_missing.c providing - program_invocation_name - program_invocation_short_name and - elogind_set_program_name() to set the two where appropriate. * Added calls to elogind_set_program_name() to all main() functions where needed. * A few other fixes to work nicely with musl libc.
* Fixed gawk script for git-tar target.Sven Eden2017-03-14
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The previous variant was nice and sleek. But unfortunately, there are constructs like: #if 0 (... old code ...) #else (... alternative code for elogind ...) #endif // 0 These fragments couldn't be handled by the old code, but can by the new one. To make this work, the precompiler macros must be set like shown above. Apart from that, all lines like: /// Any doxygen one-line-comments with elogind in it are removed are removed, too. Please note the three slashes. And finally, all commented out #include directives are removed as well.
* elogind_cgroup_agent registers as elogind.Agent, not systemd1.Agent.Sven Eden2017-03-14
* Classify processes from sessions into cgroupsSven Eden2017-03-14
| | | | | | | Create a private cgroup tree associated with no controllers, and use it to map PIDs to sessions. Since we use our own path structure, remove internal cgroup-related helpers that interpret the cgroup path structure to pull out users, slices, and scopes.
* [Patch 1/3] Add cgroups initialization and handlingSven Eden2017-03-14
| | | | | | Re-add elogind-cgroups-agent. elogind will not be able to support the new unified hierarchy, and the agent is needed for the classical hierarchy.
* Remove cgroups-agent, it is not really needed.Sven Eden2017-03-14
* Prep v225: Applying various fixes and changes to src/cgroups-agent that got ↵Sven Eden2017-03-14
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* sd-bus: introduce new sd_bus_flush_close_unref() callLennart Poettering2017-03-14
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | sd_bus_flush_close_unref() is a call that simply combines sd_bus_flush() (which writes all unwritten messages out) + sd_bus_close() (which terminates the connection, releasing all unread messages) + sd_bus_unref() (which frees the connection). The combination of this call is used pretty frequently in systemd tools right before exiting, and should also be relevant for most external clients, and is hence useful to cover in a call of its own. Previously the combination of the three calls was already done in the _cleanup_bus_close_unref_ macro, but this was only available internally. Also see #327
* Classify processes from sessions into cgroupsAndy Wingo2016-03-06
| | | | | | | Create a private cgroup tree associated with no controllers, and use it to map PIDs to sessions. Since we use our own path structure, remove internal cgroup-related helpers that interpret the cgroup path structure to pull out users, slices, and scopes.
* Revert "Remove src/cgroups-agent"Andy Wingo2016-03-06
| | | | This reverts commit 024e2f0da33fa05f4d5aa696e9f715264e9cd41f.
* Remove src/cgroups-agentAndy Wingo2015-04-19
* treewide: no need to negate errno for log_*_errno()Michal Schmidt2014-11-28
| | | | It corrrectly handles both positive and negative errno values.
* treewide: auto-convert the simple cases to log_*_errno()Michal Schmidt2014-11-28
| | | | | | | | | | | | | As a followup to 086891e5c1 "log: add an "error" parameter to all low-level logging calls and intrdouce log_error_errno() as log calls that take error numbers", use sed to convert the simple cases to use the new macros: find . -name '*.[ch]' | xargs sed -r -i -e \ 's/log_(debug|info|notice|warning|error|emergency)\("(.*)%s"(.*), strerror\(-([a-zA-Z_]+)\)\);/log_\1_errno(-\4, "\2%m"\3);/' Multi-line log_*() invocations are not covered. And we also should add log_unit_*_errno().
* bus: always explicitly close bus from main programsLennart Poettering2014-08-04
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | Since b5eca3a2059f9399d1dc52cbcf9698674c4b1cf0 we don't attempt to GC busses anymore when unsent messages remain that keep their reference, when they otherwise are not referenced anymore. This means that if we explicitly want connections to go away, we need to close them. With this change we will no do so explicitly wherver we connect to the bus from a main program (and thus know when the bus connection should go away), or when we create a private bus connection, that really should go away after our use. This fixes connection leaks in the NSS and PAM modules.
* cgroups-agent: down-grade log levelLennart Poettering2013-11-25
* bus: move ssh support into public API of libsystem-busLennart Poettering2013-10-30
* cgroup-agent: port to sd-busTom Gundersen2013-10-18
* cgroups-agent: remove ancient fallback code; turn connection error into warningKay Sievers2013-07-04
| | | | | | During re-execution and shutdown cgroups agents might not be able to connect to systemd's private D-Bus socket, the printed error to the console is misleding in that case, so turn it into a warning.
* build-sys: rename LEGACY to NOLEGACY to better reflect meaningDavid Coppa2013-07-03
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* build-sys: add stub makefiles to all subdirs to ease development with emacsLennart Poettering2012-04-13
* move all tools to subdirsKay Sievers2012-04-12