* grub-core/kern/emu/hostdisk.c (read_device_map): Reject non-standard

	disk names.
	* docs/grub.texi: Update device.map parts.
parent ee618bd4
2012-05-01 Vladimir Serbinenko <phcoder@gmail.com>
* grub-core/kern/emu/hostdisk.c (read_device_map): Reject non-standard
disk names.
* docs/grub.texi: Update device.map parts.
2012-05-01 Vladimir Serbinenko <phcoder@gmail.com>
Don't scan into non-diskfilter devices having diskfilter names.
......@@ -679,17 +679,12 @@ storage devices.
@node Device map
@section The map between BIOS drives and OS devices
The @command{grub-mkdevicemap} program can be used to create the @dfn{device
map file}. It is often run automatically by tools such as
@command{grub-install} if the device map file does not already exist. The
file name @file{/boot/grub/device.map} is preferred.
If the device map file exists, the GRUB utilities (@command{grub-probe},
@command{grub-setup}, etc.) read it to map BIOS drives to OS devices. This
file consists of lines like this:
@example
@var{device} @var{file}
(@var{device}) @var{file}
@end example
@var{device} is a drive specified in the GRUB syntax (@pxref{Device
......@@ -713,11 +708,12 @@ custom menu entries you write. If the device map file does not exist, then
the GRUB utilities will assume a temporary device map on the fly. This is
often good enough, particularly in the common case of single-disk systems.
However, the device map file is not entirely obsolete yet, and there are
still some situations that require it to exist. If necessary, you may edit
the file if @command{grub-mkdevicemap} makes a mistake. You can put any
comments in the file if needed, as the GRUB utilities assume that a line is
just a comment if the first character is @samp{#}.
However, the device map file is not entirely obsolete yet, and it is
used for overriding when current environment is different from the one on boot.
Most common case is if you use a partition or logical volume as a disk for
virtual machine. You can put any comments in the file if needed,
as the GRUB utilities assume that a line is just a comment if
the first character is @samp{#}.
@node BIOS installation
......@@ -2253,13 +2249,14 @@ by a digit, like @samp{fd0}, or @samp{cd}.
AHCI, PATA (ata), crypto, USB use the name of driver followed by a number.
Memdisk and host are limited to one disk and so it's refered just by driver
name.
RAID (md), ofdisk (ieee1275 and nand), LVM (lv) and arcdisk (arc) use
RAID (md), ofdisk (ieee1275 and nand), LVM (lv), LDM and arcdisk (arc) use
intrinsic name of disk prefixed by driver name. Additionally just ``nand''
refers to the disk aliased as ``nand''.
Conflicts are solved by suffixing a number if necessarry.
Commas need to be escaped.
Loopback uses whatever name specified to @command{loopback} command.
Hostdisk uses names specified in device.map or hostdisk/<OS NAME>.
Hostdisk uses names specified in device.map as long as it's of the form
[fhc]d[0-9]* or hostdisk/<OS DEVICE>.
For crypto and RAID (md) additionally you can use the syntax
<driver name>uuid/<uuid>.
......
......@@ -1200,6 +1200,7 @@ read_device_map (const char *dev_map)
{
char *p = buf;
char *e;
char *drive_e, *drive_p;
int drive;
lineno++;
......@@ -1234,9 +1235,22 @@ read_device_map (const char *dev_map)
show_error (tmp);
}
map[drive].drive = xmalloc (p - e + sizeof ('\0'));
strncpy (map[drive].drive, e, p - e + sizeof ('\0'));
map[drive].drive[p - e] = '\0';
map[drive].drive = 0;
if ((e[0] == 'f' || e[0] == 'h' || e[0] == 'c') && e[1] == 'd')
{
char *ptr;
for (ptr = e + 2; ptr < p; ptr++)
if (!grub_isdigit (*ptr))
break;
if (ptr == p)
{
map[drive].drive = xmalloc (p - e + sizeof ('\0'));
strncpy (map[drive].drive, e, p - e + sizeof ('\0'));
map[drive].drive[p - e] = '\0';
}
}
drive_e = e;
drive_p = p;
map[drive].device_map = 1;
p++;
......@@ -1279,6 +1293,21 @@ read_device_map (const char *dev_map)
else
#endif
map[drive].device = xstrdup (p);
if (!map[drive].drive)
{
char c;
map[drive].drive = xmalloc (sizeof ("hostdisk/") + strlen (p));
memcpy (map[drive].drive, "hostdisk/", sizeof ("hostdisk/") - 1);
strcpy (map[drive].drive + sizeof ("hostdisk/") - 1, p);
c = *drive_p;
*drive_p = 0;
grub_util_warn (_("the drive name %s in device.map is incorrect. "
"Using %s instead. "
"Please use the form [hfc]d[0-9]* "
"(E.g. `hd0' or `cd')"),
drive_e, map[drive].drive);
*drive_p = c;
}
}
fclose (fp);
......
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