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authorLuis R. Rodriguez <mcgrof@do-not-panic.com>2013-10-21 11:08:32 +0200
committerHauke Mehrtens <hauke@hauke-m.de>2013-10-28 22:20:17 +0100
commite23b4d0365062d26ce9102d93d0e5f40fb6658a6 (patch)
treee6580adfaece6a8d00c7f66e12cecc3e1890bf3d /gentree.py
parent45916b9789aefba49ac3c820e5188408a31acea0 (diff)
gentree.py: add kernel upload support
Upstream commit: 10eca9f5bef1821de09601a3a7db7eb337c56ba0 This streamlines our release process making it easier for transitioning releases onto other backport developers. Signed-off-by: Luis R. Rodriguez <mcgrof@do-not-panic.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'gentree.py')
-rwxr-xr-xgentree.py232
1 files changed, 228 insertions, 4 deletions
diff --git a/gentree.py b/gentree.py
index 24514723..42cf37d2 100755
--- a/gentree.py
+++ b/gentree.py
@@ -4,6 +4,7 @@
#
import argparse, sys, os, errno, shutil, re, subprocess
+import tarfile, bz2
# find self
source_dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__))
@@ -11,6 +12,8 @@ sys.path.append(source_dir)
# and import libraries we have
from lib import kconfig, patch, make
from lib import bpgit as git
+from lib import bpgpg as gpg
+from lib import bpkup as kup
def read_copy_list(copyfile):
"""
@@ -268,6 +271,169 @@ def git_debug_snapshot(args, name):
return
git.commit_all(name, tree=args.outdir)
+def get_rel_spec_stable(rel):
+ """
+ Returns release specs for a linux-stable backports based release.
+ """
+ if ("rc" in rel):
+ m = re.match(r"(?P<VERSION>\d+)\.+" \
+ "(?P<PATCHLEVEL>\d+)[.]*" \
+ "(?P<SUBLEVEL>\d*)" \
+ "[-rc]+(?P<RC_VERSION>\d+)\-+" \
+ "(?P<RELMOD_UPDATE>\d+)[-]*" \
+ "(?P<RELMOD_TYPE>[usnpc]*)", \
+ rel)
+ else:
+ m = re.match(r"(?P<VERSION>\d+)\.+" \
+ "(?P<PATCHLEVEL>\d+)[.]*" \
+ "(?P<SUBLEVEL>\d*)\-+" \
+ "(?P<RELMOD_UPDATE>\d+)[-]*" \
+ "(?P<RELMOD_TYPE>[usnpc]*)", \
+ rel)
+ if (not m):
+ return m
+ return m.groupdict()
+
+def get_rel_spec_next(rel):
+ """
+ Returns release specs for a linux-next backports based release.
+ """
+ m = re.match(r"(?P<DATE_VERSION>\d+)[-]*" \
+ "(?P<RELMOD_UPDATE>\d*)[-]*" \
+ "(?P<RELMOD_TYPE>[usnpc]*)", \
+ rel)
+ if (not m):
+ return m
+ return m.groupdict()
+
+def get_rel_prep(rel):
+ """
+ Returns a dict with prep work details we need prior to
+ uploading a backports release to kernel.org
+ """
+ rel_specs = get_rel_spec_stable(rel)
+ is_stable = True
+ rel_tag = ""
+ paths = list()
+ if (not rel_specs):
+ rel_specs = get_rel_spec_next(rel)
+ if (not rel_specs):
+ sys.stdout.write("rel: %s\n" % rel)
+ return None
+ if (rel_specs['RELMOD_UPDATE'] == '0' or
+ rel_specs['RELMOD_UPDATE'] == '1'):
+ return None
+ is_stable = False
+ date = rel_specs['DATE_VERSION']
+ year = date[0:4]
+ if (len(year) != 4):
+ return None
+ month = date[4:6]
+ if (len(month) != 2):
+ return None
+ day = date[6:8]
+ if (len(day) != 2):
+ return None
+ paths.append(year)
+ paths.append(month)
+ paths.append(day)
+ rel_tag = "backports-" + rel.replace(rel_specs['RELMOD_TYPE'], "")
+ else:
+ ignore = "-"
+ if (not rel_specs['RELMOD_UPDATE']):
+ return None
+ if (rel_specs['RELMOD_UPDATE'] == '0'):
+ return None
+ ignore += rel_specs['RELMOD_UPDATE']
+ if (rel_specs['RELMOD_TYPE'] != ''):
+ ignore += rel_specs['RELMOD_TYPE']
+ base_rel = rel.replace(ignore, "")
+ paths.append(base_rel)
+ rel_tag = "v" + rel.replace(rel_specs['RELMOD_TYPE'], "")
+
+ rel_prep = dict(stable = is_stable,
+ expected_tag = rel_tag,
+ paths_to_create = paths)
+ return rel_prep
+
+def create_tar_and_bz2(tar_name, dir_to_tar):
+ """
+ We need both a tar file and bzip2 for kernel.org, the tar file
+ gets signed, then we upload the compressed version, kup-server
+ in the backend decompresses and verifies the tarball against
+ our signature.
+ """
+ parent = os.path.dirname(tar_name)
+ tar = tarfile.open(tar_name, "w")
+ tar.add(dir_to_tar)
+ tar.close()
+
+ tar_file = open(tar_name, "r")
+
+ bz2_file = bz2.BZ2File(tar_name + ".bz2", 'wb', compresslevel=9)
+ bz2_file.write(tar_file.read())
+ bz2_file.close()
+
+ tar.close()
+
+def upload_release(args, rel_prep, logwrite=lambda x:None):
+ """
+ Given a path of a relase make tarball out of it, PGP sign it, and
+ then upload it to kernel.org using kup.
+
+ The linux-next based release do not require a RELMOD_UPDATE
+ given that typically only one release is made per day. Using
+ RELMOD_UPDATE for these releases is allowed though and if
+ present it must be > 1.
+
+ The linux-stable based releases require a RELMOD_UPDATE.
+
+ RELMOD_UPDATE must be numeric and > 0 just as the RC releases
+ of the Linux kernel.
+
+ The tree must also be tagged with the respective release, without
+ the RELMOD_TYPE. For linux-next based releases this consists of
+ backports- followed by DATE_VERSION and if RELMOD_TYPE is present.
+ For linux-stable releases this consists of v followed by the
+ full release version except the RELMOD_TYPE.
+
+ Uploads will not be allowed if these rules are not followed.
+ """
+ korg_path = "/pub/linux/kernel/projects/backports"
+
+ if (rel_prep['stable']):
+ korg_path += "stable"
+
+ parent = os.path.dirname(args.outdir)
+ release = os.path.basename(args.outdir)
+ tar_name = parent + '/' + release + ".tar"
+ bzip2_name = tar_name + ".bz2"
+
+ create_tar_and_bz2(tar_name, args.outdir)
+
+ logwrite(gpg.sign(tar_name, extra_args=['--armor', '--detach-sign']))
+
+ logwrite("------------------------------------------------------")
+
+ if (not args.kup_test):
+ logwrite("About to upload, current target path contents:")
+ else:
+ logwrite("kup-test: current target path contents:")
+
+ logwrite(kup.ls(path=korg_path))
+
+ for path in rel_prep['paths_to_create']:
+ korg_path += '/' + path
+ if (not args.kup_test):
+ logwrite(kup.mkdir(path))
+ if (not args.kup_test):
+ logwrite(kup.put(bzip2_name, tar_name + '.asc', korg_path))
+ logwrite("\nFinished upload!\n")
+ logwrite("Target path contents:")
+ logwrite(kup.ls(path=korg_path))
+ else:
+ kup_cmd = "kup put /\n\t\t%s /\n\t\t%s /\n\t\t%s" % (bzip2_name, tar_name + '.asc', korg_path)
+ logwrite("kup-test: skipping cmd: %s" % kup_cmd)
def _main():
# set up and parse arguments
@@ -296,6 +462,15 @@ def _main():
help='Print more verbose information')
parser.add_argument('--extra-driver', nargs=2, metavar=('<source dir>', '<copy-list>'), type=str,
action='append', default=[], help='Extra driver directory/copy-list.')
+ parser.add_argument('--kup', const=True, default=False, action="store_const",
+ help='For maintainers: upload a release to kernel.org')
+ parser.add_argument('--kup-test', const=True, default=False, action="store_const",
+ help='For maintainers: do all the work as if you were about to ' +
+ 'upload to kernel.org but do not do the final `kup put` ' +
+ 'and also do not run any `kup mkdir` commands. This will ' +
+ 'however run `kup ls` on the target paths so ' +
+ 'at the very least we test your kup configuration. ' +
+ 'If this is your first time uploading use this first!')
args = parser.parse_args()
def logwrite(msg):
@@ -307,16 +482,22 @@ def _main():
git_revision=args.git_revision, clean=args.clean,
refresh=args.refresh, base_name=args.base_name,
gitdebug=args.gitdebug, verbose=args.verbose,
- extra_driver=args.extra_driver, logwrite=logwrite)
+ extra_driver=args.extra_driver,
+ kup=args.kup,
+ kup_test=args.kup_test,
+ logwrite=logwrite)
def process(kerneldir, outdir, copy_list_file, git_revision=None,
clean=False, refresh=False, base_name="Linux", gitdebug=False,
- verbose=False, extra_driver=[], logwrite=lambda x:None,
+ verbose=False, extra_driver=[], kup=False,
+ kup_test=False,
+ logwrite=lambda x:None,
git_tracked_version=False):
class Args(object):
def __init__(self, kerneldir, outdir, copy_list_file,
git_revision, clean, refresh, base_name,
- gitdebug, verbose, extra_driver):
+ gitdebug, verbose, extra_driver, kup,
+ kup_test):
self.kerneldir = kerneldir
self.outdir = outdir
self.copy_list = copy_list_file
@@ -327,10 +508,48 @@ def process(kerneldir, outdir, copy_list_file, git_revision=None,
self.gitdebug = gitdebug
self.verbose = verbose
self.extra_driver = extra_driver
+ self.kup = kup
+ self.kup_test = kup_test
+ def git_paranoia(tree=None, logwrite=lambda x:None):
+ data = git.paranoia(tree)
+ if (data['r'] != 0):
+ logwrite('Cannot use %s' % tree)
+ logwrite('%s' % data['output'])
+ sys.exit(data['r'])
+ else:
+ logwrite('Validated tree: %s' % tree)
+
args = Args(kerneldir, outdir, copy_list_file,
git_revision, clean, refresh, base_name,
- gitdebug, verbose, extra_driver)
+ gitdebug, verbose, extra_driver, kup, kup_test)
+ rel_prep = None
+
# start processing ...
+ if (args.kup or args.kup_test):
+ git_paranoia(source_dir, logwrite)
+ git_paranoia(kerneldir, logwrite)
+
+ rel_describe = git.describe(rev=None, tree=source_dir, extra_args=['--dirty'])
+ release = os.path.basename(args.outdir)
+ version = release.replace("backports-", "")
+
+ rel_prep = get_rel_prep(version)
+ if (not rel_prep):
+ logwrite('Invalid backports release name: %s' % release)
+ logwrite('For rules on the release name see upload_release()')
+ sys.exit(1)
+ rel_type = "linux-stable"
+ if (not rel_prep['stable']):
+ rel_type = "linux-next"
+ if (rel_prep['expected_tag'] != rel_describe):
+ logwrite('Unexpected %s based backports release tag on' % rel_type)
+ logwrite('the backports tree tree: %s\n' % rel_describe)
+ logwrite('You asked to make a release with this ')
+ logwrite('directory name: %s' % release)
+ logwrite('The actual expected tag we should find on')
+ logwrite('the backports tree then is: %s\n' % rel_prep['expected_tag'])
+ logwrite('For rules on the release name see upload_release()')
+ sys.exit(1)
copy_list = read_copy_list(args.copy_list)
deplist = read_dependencies(os.path.join(source_dir, 'dependencies'))
@@ -360,6 +579,8 @@ def process(kerneldir, outdir, copy_list_file, git_revision=None,
# FIXME: should we add a git version of this (e.g. --git-extra-driver)?
for src, copy_list in args.extra_driver:
+ if (args.kup or args.kup_test):
+ git_paranoia(src)
copy_files(src, read_copy_list(open(copy_list, 'r')), args.outdir)
git_debug_snapshot(args, 'Add driver sources')
@@ -561,6 +782,9 @@ def process(kerneldir, outdir, copy_list_file, git_revision=None,
fo.close()
git_debug_snapshot(args, "disable unsatisfied Makefile parts")
+ if (args.kup or args.kup_test):
+ upload_release(args, rel_prep, logwrite=logwrite)
+
logwrite('Done!')
return 0