openwrt14.07 howto generate /etc/config/network

openwrt14.07 howto generate /etc/config/network

1 firstboot test in board

 

1.1 firstboot operation

root@OpenWrt:~# firstboot

root@OpenWrt:~# ls /etc/uci-defaults/
01_leds                       09_fix-trx-header
02_network                    10_migrate-shadow
03_network-switchX-migration  11_migrate-sysctl
03_network-vlan-migration     12_network-generate-ula
04_led_migration              30_uboot-envtools
09_fix-seama-header

root@OpenWrt:~# ls /etc/config/
auth_local      dropbear        igmp            system
autossh         firewall        lbd             wifidog
captive_portal  horst           php5-fastcgi    wireless

after firstboot & before reboot

  1. there are files in /etc/uci-defaults
  2. there is no network in /etc/config

1.2 reboot operation

root@OpenWrt:~# reboot

root@OpenWrt:~# ls /etc/config/
auth_local      dropbear        igmp            php5-fastcgi    wifidog
autossh         firewall        lbd             system          wireless
captive_portal  horst           network         ubootenv

root@OpenWrt:~# ls /etc/uci-defaults/
root@OpenWrt:~#

after firstboot & reboot

  1. network generated in /etc/config
  2. files in /etc/uci-defaults are removed

2 analysis

 

2.1 invoke sequences

  1. /sbin/init -> procd -> "sysinit" -> /etc/rc.d/xxx
  2. /etc/rc.d/S10boot -> /etc/init.d/boot
  3. /etc/init.d/boot -> uci_apply_defaults
  4. uci_apply_defaults -> /etc/uci-defaults/02_network

2.2 /etc/init.d/boot -> uci_apply_defaults

Focus on the boot script which is located in package/base-files/files/etc/init.d/boot

uci_apply_defaults() {
	. /lib/functions/system.sh

	cd /etc/uci-defaults || return 0
	files="$(ls)"
	[ -z "$files" ] && return 0
	mkdir -p /tmp/.uci
	for file in $files; do
		( . "./$(basename $file)" ) && rm -f "$file"
	done
	uci commit
}

boot() {
	...

	uci_apply_defaults

	...
}

Once openwrt starts, /etc/init.d/boot will boot, and invoke uci_apply_defaults.

The files in etc/uci-defaults will be executed only once. That's why when we invoke firstboot, there are files in /etc/uci-defaults, and after reboot there are nothing left.

2.3 /etc/uci-defaults/02_network

SDK: 02_network located in target/linux/ar71xx/base-files/etc/uci-defaults/02_network

board: 02_network located in /etc/uci-defaults

After 'firstboot', this file exist in /etc/uci-defaults, and disappear after reboot.

#!/bin/sh
#
# Copyright (C) 2011 OpenWrt.org
#

[ -e /etc/config/network ] && exit 0

touch /etc/config/network

. /lib/functions/uci-defaults.sh
. /lib/ar71xx.sh

ucidef_set_interface_loopback

board=$(ar71xx_board_name)

...

uci commit network

exit 0

From this script, /etc/config/network created and filled by /lib/functions/uci-defaults.sh

2.4 uci-defaults.sh

file locattion:

in board: /lib/functions/uci-defaults.sh

in SDK: package/base-files/files/lib/functions/uci-defaults.sh

#!/bin/sh
# Copyright (C) 2011 OpenWrt.org

UCIDEF_LEDS_CHANGED=0

ucidef_set_led_netdev() {
	local cfg="led_$1"
	local name=$2
	local sysfs=$3
	local dev=$4

	uci -q get system.$cfg && return 0

	uci batch <<EOF
set system.$cfg='led'
set system.$cfg.name='$name'
set system.$cfg.sysfs='$sysfs'
set system.$cfg.trigger='netdev'
set system.$cfg.dev='$dev'
set system.$cfg.mode='link tx rx'
EOF
	UCIDEF_LEDS_CHANGED=1
}

ucidef_set_led_usbdev() {
	local cfg="led_$1"
	local name=$2
	local sysfs=$3
	local dev=$4

	uci -q get system.$cfg && return 0

	uci batch <<EOF
set system.$cfg='led'
set system.$cfg.name='$name'
set system.$cfg.sysfs='$sysfs'
set system.$cfg.trigger='usbdev'
set system.$cfg.dev='$dev'
set system.$cfg.interval='50'
EOF
	UCIDEF_LEDS_CHANGED=1
}

ucidef_set_led_wlan() {
	local cfg="led_$1"
	local name=$2
	local sysfs=$3
	local trigger=$4

	uci -q get system.$cfg && return 0

	uci batch <<EOF
set system.$cfg='led'
set system.$cfg.name='$name'
set system.$cfg.sysfs='$sysfs'
set system.$cfg.trigger='$trigger'
EOF
	UCIDEF_LEDS_CHANGED=1
}

ucidef_set_led_switch() {
	local cfg="led_$1"
	local name=$2
	local sysfs=$3
	local trigger=$4
	local port_mask=$5

	uci -q get system.$cfg && return 0

	uci batch <<EOF
set system.$cfg='led'
set system.$cfg.name='$name'
set system.$cfg.sysfs='$sysfs'
set system.$cfg.trigger='$trigger'
set system.$cfg.port_mask='$port_mask'
EOF
	UCIDEF_LEDS_CHANGED=1
}

ucidef_set_led_default() {
	local cfg="led_$1"
	local name=$2
	local sysfs=$3
	local default=$4

	uci -q get system.$cfg && return 0

	uci batch <<EOF
set system.$cfg='led'
set system.$cfg.name='$name'
set system.$cfg.sysfs='$sysfs'
set system.$cfg.default='$default'
EOF
	UCIDEF_LEDS_CHANGED=1
}

ucidef_set_led_rssi() {
	local cfg="led_$1"
	local name=$2
	local sysfs=$3
	local iface=$4
	local minq=$5
	local maxq=$6
	local offset=$7
	local factor=$8

	uci -q get system.$cfg && return 0

	uci batch <<EOF
set system.$cfg='led'
set system.$cfg.name='$name'
set system.$cfg.sysfs='$sysfs'
set system.$cfg.trigger='rssi'
set system.$cfg.iface='rssid_$iface'
set system.$cfg.minq='$minq'
set system.$cfg.maxq='$maxq'
set system.$cfg.offset='$offset'
set system.$cfg.factor='$factor'
EOF
	UCIDEF_LEDS_CHANGED=1
}

ucidef_set_rssimon() {
	local dev="$1"
	local refresh="$2"
	local threshold="$3"

	local cfg="rssid_$dev"

	uci -q get system.$cfg && return 0

	uci batch <<EOF
set system.$cfg='rssid'
set system.$cfg.dev='$dev'
set system.$cfg.refresh='$refresh'
set system.$cfg.threshold='$threshold'
EOF
	UCIDEF_LEDS_CHANGED=1
}

ucidef_commit_leds()
{
	[ "$UCIDEF_LEDS_CHANGED" == "1" ] && uci commit system
}

ucidef_set_interface_loopback() {
	uci batch <<EOF
set network.loopback='interface'
set network.loopback.ifname='lo'
set network.loopback.proto='static'
set network.loopback.ipaddr='127.0.0.1'
set network.loopback.netmask='255.0.0.0'
set network.globals='globals'
set network.globals.ula_prefix='auto'
EOF
}

ucidef_set_interface_raw() {
	local cfg=$1
	local ifname=$2

	uci batch <<EOF
set network.$cfg='interface'
set network.$cfg.ifname='$ifname'
set network.$cfg.proto='none'
EOF
}

ucidef_set_interface_lan() {
	local ifname=$1

	uci batch <<EOF
set network.lan='interface'
set network.lan.ifname='$ifname'
set network.lan.force_link=1
set network.lan.type='bridge'
set network.lan.proto='static'
set network.lan.ipaddr='192.168.1.1'
set network.lan.netmask='255.255.255.0'
set network.lan.ip6assign='60'
EOF
}

ucidef_set_interface_wan() {
	local ifname=$1

	uci batch <<EOF
set network.wan='interface'
set network.wan.ifname='$ifname'
set network.wan.proto='dhcp'
set network.wan6='interface'
set network.wan6.ifname='@wan'
set network.wan6.proto='dhcpv6'
EOF
}

ucidef_set_interfaces_lan_wan() {
	local lan_ifname=$1
	local wan_ifname=$2

	ucidef_set_interface_lan "$lan_ifname"
	ucidef_set_interface_wan "$wan_ifname"
}

ucidef_set_interface_macaddr() {
	local ifname=$1
	local mac=$2

	uci batch <<EOF
set network.$ifname.macaddr='$mac'
EOF
}

ucidef_add_switch() {
	local name=$1
	local reset=$2
	local enable=$3
	uci batch <<EOF
add network switch
set network.@switch[-1].name='$name'
set network.@switch[-1].reset='$reset'
set network.@switch[-1].enable_vlan='$enable'
EOF
}

ucidef_add_switch_vlan() {
	local device=$1
	local vlan=$2
	local ports=$3
	uci batch <<EOF
add network switch_vlan
set network.@switch_vlan[-1].device='$device'
set network.@switch_vlan[-1].vlan='$vlan'
set network.@switch_vlan[-1].ports='$ports'
EOF
}

ucidef_add_switch_port() {
	local device=$1
	local port=$2
	uci batch <<EOF
add network switch_port
set network.@switch_port[-1].device='$device'
set network.@switch_port[-1].port='$port'
EOF
}
 
posted @ 2016-04-13 16:41  阿青1987  阅读(1204)  评论(0编辑  收藏