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1/*
2 * Copyright (c) 1993, 1994 Jeffrey C. Mogul, Digital Equipment Corporation,
3 * Western Research Laboratory. All rights reserved.
4 * Copyright (c) 2001 Compaq Computer Corporation. All rights reserved.
5 *
6 * Permission to use, copy, and modify this software and its
7 * documentation is hereby granted only under the following terms and
8 * conditions. Both the above copyright notice and this permission
9 * notice must appear in all copies of the software, derivative works
10 * or modified versions, and any portions thereof, and both notices
11 * must appear in supporting documentation.
12 *
13 * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
14 * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
15 * are met:
16 * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
17 * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
18 * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
19 * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in
20 * the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
21 * distribution.
22 *
23 * THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION
24 * DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING
25 * ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO
26 * EVENT SHALL COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION BE LIABLE FOR ANY
27 * SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
28 * WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN
29 * AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING
30 * OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS
31 * SOFTWARE.
32 */
33
34/*
35 * parsenfsfh.c - portable parser for NFS file handles
36 * uses all sorts of heuristics
37 *
38 * Jeffrey C. Mogul
39 * Digital Equipment Corporation
40 * Western Research Laboratory
41 */
42
43#ifndef lint
44static const char rcsid[] _U_ =
66170f0a 45 "@(#) $Header: /tcpdump/master/tcpdump/parsenfsfh.c,v 1.28.2.1 2007/06/15 19:15:04 guy Exp $ (LBL)";
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46#endif
47
48#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
49#include "config.h"
50#endif
51
52#include <tcpdump-stdinc.h>
53
54#include <stdio.h>
55#include <string.h>
56
57#include "interface.h"
58#include "nfsfh.h"
59
60/*
61 * This routine attempts to parse a file handle (in network byte order),
62 * using heuristics to guess what kind of format it is in. See the
63 * file "fhandle_layouts" for a detailed description of the various
64 * patterns we know about.
65 *
66 * The file handle is parsed into our internal representation of a
67 * file-system id, and an internal representation of an inode-number.
68 */
69
70#define FHT_UNKNOWN 0
71#define FHT_AUSPEX 1
72#define FHT_DECOSF 2
73#define FHT_IRIX4 3
74#define FHT_IRIX5 4
75#define FHT_SUNOS3 5
76#define FHT_SUNOS4 6
77#define FHT_ULTRIX 7
78#define FHT_VMSUCX 8
79#define FHT_SUNOS5 9
80#define FHT_AIX32 10
81#define FHT_HPUX9 11
66170f0a 82#define FHT_BSD44 12
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83
84#ifdef ultrix
85/* Nasty hack to keep the Ultrix C compiler from emitting bogus warnings */
86#define XFF(x) ((u_int32_t)(x))
87#else
88#define XFF(x) (x)
89#endif
90
91#define make_uint32(msb,b,c,lsb)\
92 (XFF(lsb) + (XFF(c)<<8) + (XFF(b)<<16) + (XFF(msb)<<24))
93
94#define make_uint24(msb,b, lsb)\
95 (XFF(lsb) + (XFF(b)<<8) + (XFF(msb)<<16))
96
97#define make_uint16(msb,lsb)\
98 (XFF(lsb) + (XFF(msb)<<8))
99
100#ifdef __alpha
101 /* or other 64-bit systems */
102#define make_uint48(msb,b,c,d,e,lsb)\
103 ((lsb) + ((e)<<8) + ((d)<<16) + ((c)<<24) + ((b)<<32) + ((msb)<<40))
104#else
105 /* on 32-bit systems ignore high-order bits */
106#define make_uint48(msb,b,c,d,e,lsb)\
107 ((lsb) + ((e)<<8) + ((d)<<16) + ((c)<<24))
108#endif
109
110static int is_UCX(const unsigned char *);
111
112void
113Parse_fh(fh, len, fsidp, inop, osnamep, fsnamep, ourself)
114register const unsigned char *fh;
115int len _U_;
116my_fsid *fsidp;
117ino_t *inop;
118const char **osnamep; /* if non-NULL, return OS name here */
119const char **fsnamep; /* if non-NULL, return server fs name here (for VMS) */
120int ourself; /* true if file handle was generated on this host */
121{
122 register const unsigned char *fhp = fh;
123 u_int32_t temp;
124 int fhtype = FHT_UNKNOWN;
125 int i;
126
127 if (ourself) {
128 /* File handle generated on this host, no need for guessing */
129#if defined(IRIX40)
130 fhtype = FHT_IRIX4;
131#endif
132#if defined(IRIX50)
133 fhtype = FHT_IRIX5;
134#endif
135#if defined(IRIX51)
136 fhtype = FHT_IRIX5;
137#endif
138#if defined(SUNOS4)
139 fhtype = FHT_SUNOS4;
140#endif
141#if defined(SUNOS5)
142 fhtype = FHT_SUNOS5;
143#endif
144#if defined(ultrix)
145 fhtype = FHT_ULTRIX;
146#endif
147#if defined(__osf__)
148 fhtype = FHT_DECOSF;
149#endif
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150#if defined(__NetBSD__) || defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__DragonFly__) \
151 || defined(__OpenBSD__)
152 fhtype = FHT_BSD44;
153#endif
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154 }
155 /*
156 * This is basically a big decision tree
157 */
158 else if ((fhp[0] == 0) && (fhp[1] == 0)) {
159 /* bytes[0,1] == (0,0); rules out Ultrix, IRIX5, SUNOS5 */
160 /* probably rules out HP-UX, AIX unless they allow major=0 */
161 if ((fhp[2] == 0) && (fhp[3] == 0)) {
162 /* bytes[2,3] == (0,0); must be Auspex */
163 /* XXX or could be Ultrix+MASSBUS "hp" disk? */
164 fhtype = FHT_AUSPEX;
165 }
166 else {
167 /*
168 * bytes[2,3] != (0,0); rules out Auspex, could be
169 * DECOSF, SUNOS4, or IRIX4
170 */
171 if ((fhp[4] != 0) && (fhp[5] == 0) &&
172 (fhp[8] == 12) && (fhp[9] == 0)) {
173 /* seems to be DECOSF, with minor == 0 */
174 fhtype = FHT_DECOSF;
175 }
176 else {
177 /* could be SUNOS4 or IRIX4 */
178 /* XXX the test of fhp[5] == 8 could be wrong */
179 if ((fhp[4] == 0) && (fhp[5] == 8) && (fhp[6] == 0) &&
180 (fhp[7] == 0)) {
181 /* looks like a length, not a file system typecode */
182 fhtype = FHT_IRIX4;
183 }
184 else {
185 /* by elimination */
186 fhtype = FHT_SUNOS4;
187 }
188 }
189 }
190 }
191 else {
192 /*
193 * bytes[0,1] != (0,0); rules out Auspex, IRIX4, SUNOS4
194 * could be IRIX5, DECOSF, UCX, Ultrix, SUNOS5
195 * could be AIX, HP-UX
196 */
197 if ((fhp[2] == 0) && (fhp[3] == 0)) {
198 /*
199 * bytes[2,3] == (0,0); rules out OSF, probably not UCX
200 * (unless the exported device name is just one letter!),
201 * could be Ultrix, IRIX5, AIX, or SUNOS5
202 * might be HP-UX (depends on their values for minor devs)
203 */
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204 if ((fhp[6] == 0) && (fhp[7] == 0)) {
205 fhtype = FHT_BSD44;
206 }
c8cf0f94 207 /*XXX we probably only need to test of these two bytes */
66170f0a 208 else if ((fhp[21] == 0) && (fhp[23] == 0)) {
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209 fhtype = FHT_ULTRIX;
210 }
211 else {
212 /* Could be SUNOS5/IRIX5, maybe AIX */
213 /* XXX no obvious difference between SUNOS5 and IRIX5 */
214 if (fhp[9] == 10)
215 fhtype = FHT_SUNOS5;
216 /* XXX what about AIX? */
217 }
218 }
219 else {
220 /*
221 * bytes[2,3] != (0,0); rules out Ultrix, could be
222 * DECOSF, SUNOS5, IRIX5, AIX, HP-UX, or UCX
223 */
224 if ((fhp[8] == 12) && (fhp[9] == 0)) {
225 fhtype = FHT_DECOSF;
226 }
227 else if ((fhp[8] == 0) && (fhp[9] == 10)) {
228 /* could be SUNOS5/IRIX5, AIX, HP-UX */
229 if ((fhp[7] == 0) && (fhp[6] == 0) &&
230 (fhp[5] == 0) && (fhp[4] == 0)) {
231 /* XXX is this always true of HP-UX? */
232 fhtype = FHT_HPUX9;
233 }
234 else if (fhp[7] == 2) {
235 /* This would be MNT_NFS on AIX, which is impossible */
236 fhtype = FHT_SUNOS5; /* or maybe IRIX5 */
237 }
238 else {
239 /*
240 * XXX Could be SUNOS5/IRIX5 or AIX. I don't
241 * XXX see any way to disambiguate these, so
242 * XXX I'm going with the more likely guess.
243 * XXX Sorry, Big Blue.
244 */
245 fhtype = FHT_SUNOS5; /* or maybe IRIX5 */
246 }
247 }
248 else {
249 if (is_UCX(fhp)) {
250 fhtype = FHT_VMSUCX;
251 }
252 else {
253 fhtype = FHT_UNKNOWN;
254 }
255 }
256 }
257 }
258
259 /* XXX still needs to handle SUNOS3 */
260
261 switch (fhtype) {
262 case FHT_AUSPEX:
263 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = fhp[7];
264 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = fhp[6];
265 fsidp->fsid_code = 0;
266
267 temp = make_uint32(fhp[12], fhp[13], fhp[14], fhp[15]);
268 *inop = temp;
269
270 if (osnamep)
271 *osnamep = "Auspex";
272 break;
273
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274 case FHT_BSD44:
275 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = fhp[0];
276 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = fhp[1];
277 fsidp->fsid_code = 0;
278
279 temp = make_uint32(fhp[15], fhp[14], fhp[13], fhp[12]);
280 *inop = temp;
281
282 if (osnamep)
283 *osnamep = "BSD 4.4";
284 break;
285
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286 case FHT_DECOSF:
287 fsidp->fsid_code = make_uint32(fhp[7], fhp[6], fhp[5], fhp[4]);
288 /* XXX could ignore 3 high-order bytes */
289
290 temp = make_uint32(fhp[3], fhp[2], fhp[1], fhp[0]);
291 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = temp & 0xFFFFF;
292 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = (temp>>20) & 0xFFF;
293
294 temp = make_uint32(fhp[15], fhp[14], fhp[13], fhp[12]);
295 *inop = temp;
296 if (osnamep)
297 *osnamep = "OSF";
298 break;
299
300 case FHT_IRIX4:
301 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = fhp[3];
302 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = fhp[2];
303 fsidp->fsid_code = 0;
304
305 temp = make_uint32(fhp[8], fhp[9], fhp[10], fhp[11]);
306 *inop = temp;
307
308 if (osnamep)
309 *osnamep = "IRIX4";
310 break;
311
312 case FHT_IRIX5:
313 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = make_uint16(fhp[2], fhp[3]);
314 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = make_uint16(fhp[0], fhp[1]);
315 fsidp->fsid_code = make_uint32(fhp[4], fhp[5], fhp[6], fhp[7]);
316
317 temp = make_uint32(fhp[12], fhp[13], fhp[14], fhp[15]);
318 *inop = temp;
319
320 if (osnamep)
321 *osnamep = "IRIX5";
322 break;
323
66170f0a 324#ifdef notdef
c8cf0f94 325 case FHT_SUNOS3:
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326 /*
327 * XXX - none of the heuristics above return this.
328 * Are there any SunOS 3.x systems around to care about?
329 */
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330 if (osnamep)
331 *osnamep = "SUNOS3";
332 break;
66170f0a 333#endif
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334
335 case FHT_SUNOS4:
336 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = fhp[3];
337 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = fhp[2];
338 fsidp->fsid_code = make_uint32(fhp[4], fhp[5], fhp[6], fhp[7]);
339
340 temp = make_uint32(fhp[12], fhp[13], fhp[14], fhp[15]);
341 *inop = temp;
342
343 if (osnamep)
344 *osnamep = "SUNOS4";
345 break;
346
347 case FHT_SUNOS5:
348 temp = make_uint16(fhp[0], fhp[1]);
349 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = (temp>>2) & 0x3FFF;
350 temp = make_uint24(fhp[1], fhp[2], fhp[3]);
351 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = temp & 0x3FFFF;
352 fsidp->fsid_code = make_uint32(fhp[4], fhp[5], fhp[6], fhp[7]);
353
354 temp = make_uint32(fhp[12], fhp[13], fhp[14], fhp[15]);
355 *inop = temp;
356
357 if (osnamep)
358 *osnamep = "SUNOS5";
359 break;
360
361 case FHT_ULTRIX:
362 fsidp->fsid_code = 0;
363 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = fhp[0];
364 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = fhp[1];
365
366 temp = make_uint32(fhp[7], fhp[6], fhp[5], fhp[4]);
367 *inop = temp;
368 if (osnamep)
369 *osnamep = "Ultrix";
370 break;
371
372 case FHT_VMSUCX:
373 /* No numeric file system ID, so hash on the device-name */
374 if (sizeof(*fsidp) >= 14) {
375 if (sizeof(*fsidp) > 14)
376 memset((char *)fsidp, 0, sizeof(*fsidp));
377 /* just use the whole thing */
378 memcpy((char *)fsidp, (char *)fh, 14);
379 }
380 else {
381 u_int32_t tempa[4]; /* at least 16 bytes, maybe more */
382
383 memset((char *)tempa, 0, sizeof(tempa));
384 memcpy((char *)tempa, (char *)fh, 14); /* ensure alignment */
385 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = tempa[0] + (tempa[1]<<1);
386 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = tempa[2] + (tempa[3]<<1);
387 fsidp->fsid_code = 0;
388 }
389
390 /* VMS file ID is: (RVN, FidHi, FidLo) */
391 *inop = make_uint32(fhp[26], fhp[27], fhp[23], fhp[22]);
392
393 /* Caller must save (and null-terminate?) this value */
394 if (fsnamep)
395 *fsnamep = (char *)&(fhp[1]);
396
397 if (osnamep)
398 *osnamep = "VMS";
399 break;
400
401 case FHT_AIX32:
402 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = make_uint16(fhp[2], fhp[3]);
403 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = make_uint16(fhp[0], fhp[1]);
404 fsidp->fsid_code = make_uint32(fhp[4], fhp[5], fhp[6], fhp[7]);
405
406 temp = make_uint32(fhp[12], fhp[13], fhp[14], fhp[15]);
407 *inop = temp;
408
409 if (osnamep)
410 *osnamep = "AIX32";
411 break;
412
413 case FHT_HPUX9:
414 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = fhp[0];
415 temp = make_uint24(fhp[1], fhp[2], fhp[3]);
416 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = temp;
417 fsidp->fsid_code = make_uint32(fhp[4], fhp[5], fhp[6], fhp[7]);
418
419 temp = make_uint32(fhp[12], fhp[13], fhp[14], fhp[15]);
420 *inop = temp;
421
422 if (osnamep)
423 *osnamep = "HPUX9";
424 break;
425
426 case FHT_UNKNOWN:
427#ifdef DEBUG
428 /* XXX debugging */
429 for (i = 0; i < 32; i++)
430 (void)fprintf(stderr, "%x.", fhp[i]);
431 (void)fprintf(stderr, "\n");
432#endif
433 /* Save the actual handle, so it can be display with -u */
434 for (i = 0; i < 32; i++)
435 (void)snprintf(&(fsidp->Opaque_Handle[i*2]), 3, "%.2X", fhp[i]);
436
437 /* XXX for now, give "bogus" values to aid debugging */
438 fsidp->fsid_code = 0;
439 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Minor = 257;
440 fsidp->Fsid_dev.Major = 257;
441 *inop = 1;
442
443 /* display will show this string instead of (257,257) */
444 if (fsnamep)
445 *fsnamep = "Unknown";
446
447 if (osnamep)
448 *osnamep = "Unknown";
449 break;
450
451 }
452}
453
454/*
455 * Is this a VMS UCX file handle?
456 * Check for:
457 * (1) leading code byte [XXX not yet]
458 * (2) followed by string of printing chars & spaces
459 * (3) followed by string of nulls
460 */
461static int
462is_UCX(fhp)
463const unsigned char *fhp;
464{
465 register int i;
466 int seen_null = 0;
467
468 for (i = 1; i < 14; i++) {
469 if (isprint(fhp[i])) {
470 if (seen_null)
471 return(0);
472 else
473 continue;
474 }
475 else if (fhp[i] == 0) {
476 seen_null = 1;
477 continue;
478 }
479 else
480 return(0);
481 }
482
483 return(1);
484}