Commit c93ae45b authored by Dan Williams's avatar Dan Williams

core: don't do anything interesting in NMDevice dispose()

The NMDevice dispose() function contained some badly-duplicated logic
about when to deactivate a device on its last ref.  This logic should
only run when the device is removed by the manager, since the  manager
controls the device's life-cycle, and the manager knows best when to
clean up the device.  But since it was tied to the device's refcount,
it could have run later than the manager wanted, or not at all.

It gets better.  Dispose duplicated logic that was already done in
nm_device_cleanup(), and then *called* nm_device_cleanup() if the
device was still activated and managed.  But the manager already
unmanages the device when removing it, which triggers a call to
nm_device_cleanup(), takes the device down, and resets the IPv6
sysctl properties, which dispose() duplicated too.  So by the time
dispose() runs, the device should already be unmanaged if the
manager wants to deconfigure it, and most of the dispose() code
should be a no-op.

Clean all that up and remove duplicated functions.  Now, the flow
should be like this:

1) manager decides to remove the device and calls remove_device()
2) if the device should be deconfigured, the manager unmanages
   the device
3) the NMDevice state change handler tears down the active connection
   via nm_device_cleanup() and resets IPv6 sysctl properties
4) when the device's last reference is finally released, only internal
   data members are freed in dispose() because the device should
   already have been cleaned up by the manager and be unmanaged
5) if the device should be left running because it has an assumable
   connection, then the device is not unmanaged, and no cleanup
   happens in the state change handler or in dispose()
parent 90242d74
......@@ -175,8 +175,6 @@ typedef struct {
} DeleteOnDeactivateData;
typedef struct {
gboolean disposed;
gboolean initialized;
gboolean in_state_changed;
NMDeviceState state;
......@@ -1847,6 +1845,18 @@ nm_device_check_connection_compatible (NMDevice *device, NMConnection *connectio
return NM_DEVICE_GET_CLASS (device)->check_connection_compatible (device, connection);
}
static gboolean
string_in_list (const char *str, const char **array, gsize array_len)
{
gsize i;
for (i = 0; i < array_len; i++) {
if (strcmp (str, array[i]) == 0)
return TRUE;
}
return FALSE;
}
/**
* nm_device_can_assume_connections:
* @device: #NMDevice instance
......@@ -1854,19 +1864,70 @@ nm_device_check_connection_compatible (NMDevice *device, NMConnection *connectio
* This is a convenience function to determine whether connection assumption
* is available for this device.
*
* Use this function when you need to determine whether full cleanup should
* be performed for this device or whether the device should be kept running
* between NetworkManager runs.
* Returns: %TRUE if the device is capable of assuming connections, %FALSE if not
*/
static gboolean
nm_device_can_assume_connections (NMDevice *device)
{
return !!NM_DEVICE_GET_CLASS (device)->update_connection;
}
/**
* nm_device_can_assume_active_connection:
* @device: #NMDevice instance
*
* Returns: %TRUE for assumable connections and %FALS for full-cleanup connections.
* This is a convenience function to determine whether the device's active
* connection can be assumed if NetworkManager restarts. This method returns
* %TRUE if and only if the device can assume connections, and the device has
* an active connection, and that active connection can be assumed.
*
* FIXME: Consider turning this method into (a) a device capability or (b) a class
* method.
* Returns: %TRUE if the device's active connection can be assumed, or %FALSE
* if there is no active connection or the active connection cannot be
* assumed.
*/
gboolean
nm_device_can_assume_connections (NMDevice *device)
nm_device_can_assume_active_connection (NMDevice *device)
{
return !!NM_DEVICE_GET_CLASS (device)->update_connection;
NMDevicePrivate *priv = NM_DEVICE_GET_PRIVATE (device);
NMConnection *connection;
const char *method;
const char *assumable_ip6_methods[] = {
NM_SETTING_IP6_CONFIG_METHOD_IGNORE,
NM_SETTING_IP6_CONFIG_METHOD_AUTO,
NM_SETTING_IP6_CONFIG_METHOD_DHCP,
NM_SETTING_IP6_CONFIG_METHOD_LINK_LOCAL,
NM_SETTING_IP6_CONFIG_METHOD_MANUAL,
};
const char *assumable_ip4_methods[] = {
NM_SETTING_IP4_CONFIG_METHOD_DISABLED,
NM_SETTING_IP6_CONFIG_METHOD_AUTO,
NM_SETTING_IP6_CONFIG_METHOD_MANUAL,
};
if (!nm_device_can_assume_connections (device))
return FALSE;
connection = nm_device_get_connection (device);
if (!connection)
return FALSE;
/* Can't assume connections that aren't yet configured
* FIXME: what about bridges/bonds waiting for slaves?
*/
if (priv->state < NM_DEVICE_STATE_IP_CONFIG)
return FALSE;
if (priv->ip4_state != IP_DONE && priv->ip6_state != IP_DONE)
return FALSE;
method = nm_utils_get_ip_config_method (connection, NM_TYPE_SETTING_IP6_CONFIG);
if (!string_in_list (method, assumable_ip6_methods, G_N_ELEMENTS (assumable_ip6_methods)))
return FALSE;
method = nm_utils_get_ip_config_method (connection, NM_TYPE_SETTING_IP4_CONFIG);
if (!string_in_list (method, assumable_ip4_methods, G_N_ELEMENTS (assumable_ip4_methods)))
return FALSE;
return TRUE;
}
static gboolean
......@@ -7051,7 +7112,6 @@ constructor (GType type,
g_signal_connect (platform, NM_PLATFORM_SIGNAL_IP6_ROUTE_CHANGED, G_CALLBACK (device_ip_changed), dev);
g_signal_connect (platform, NM_PLATFORM_SIGNAL_LINK_CHANGED, G_CALLBACK (link_changed_cb), dev);
priv->initialized = TRUE;
return object;
error:
......@@ -7121,47 +7181,14 @@ dispose (GObject *object)
{
NMDevice *self = NM_DEVICE (object);
NMDevicePrivate *priv = NM_DEVICE_GET_PRIVATE (self);
gboolean deconfigure = TRUE;
NMPlatform *platform;
if (priv->disposed || !priv->initialized)
goto out;
priv->disposed = TRUE;
/* Don't down can-assume-connection capable devices that are activated with
* a connection that can be assumed.
*/
if (nm_device_can_assume_connections (self) && (priv->state == NM_DEVICE_STATE_ACTIVATED)) {
NMConnection *connection;
const char *method;
connection = nm_device_get_connection (self);
if (connection) {
/* Only static or DHCP IPv4 connections can be left up.
* All IPv6 connections can be left up, so we don't have
* to check that.
*/
method = nm_utils_get_ip_config_method (connection, NM_TYPE_SETTING_IP4_CONFIG);
if ( !strcmp (method, NM_SETTING_IP4_CONFIG_METHOD_AUTO)
|| !strcmp (method, NM_SETTING_IP4_CONFIG_METHOD_MANUAL)
|| !strcmp (method, NM_SETTING_IP4_CONFIG_METHOD_DISABLED))
deconfigure = FALSE;
}
}
_cleanup_generic_pre (self, deconfigure);
_cleanup_generic_pre (self, FALSE);
g_warn_if_fail (priv->slaves == NULL);
g_assert (priv->master_ready_id == 0);
if (nm_device_get_managed (self) && deconfigure) {
if (nm_device_get_act_request (self))
nm_device_cleanup (self, NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_REMOVED);
nm_device_take_down (self, FALSE);
restore_ip6_properties (self);
}
_cleanup_generic_post (self, deconfigure);
_cleanup_generic_post (self, FALSE);
g_clear_pointer (&priv->ip6_saved_properties, g_hash_table_unref);
......@@ -7195,7 +7222,6 @@ dispose (GObject *object)
g_clear_object (&priv->fw_manager);
out:
G_OBJECT_CLASS (nm_device_parent_class)->dispose (object);
}
......
......@@ -272,7 +272,7 @@ gboolean nm_device_complete_connection (NMDevice *device,
gboolean nm_device_check_connection_compatible (NMDevice *device, NMConnection *connection);
gboolean nm_device_can_assume_connections (NMDevice *device);
gboolean nm_device_can_assume_active_connection (NMDevice *device);
gboolean nm_device_spec_match_list (NMDevice *device, const GSList *specs);
......
......@@ -737,7 +737,7 @@ remove_device (NMManager *manager, NMDevice *device, gboolean quitting)
*/
if (!quitting) /* Forced removal; device already gone */
unmanage = TRUE;
else if (!nm_device_can_assume_connections (device))
else if (!nm_device_can_assume_active_connection (device))
unmanage = TRUE;
else if (!req)
unmanage = TRUE;
......
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