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Release candidate 1

Matteo Zeccoli Marazzini 1 year ago
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2 changed files with 65 additions and 34 deletions
  1. 12 13
      error.sh
  2. 53 21
      parse-arguments.sh

+ 12 - 13
error.sh

@@ -1,23 +1,22 @@
 # arguments errors
 USAGE_E=10
-UNIT_E=13
-CHUNK_E=14
+UNIT_E=11
 
 # device errors
-NOTEX_E=1
-NOTBLK_E=2
-ISMOUNT_E=3
-ISSWAP_E=4
-LVMUSED_E=5
-LVMPV_E=6
-WRONGBLK_E=15
+NOTEX_E=20
+NOTBLK_E=21
+ISMOUNT_E=22
+ISSWAP_E=23
+LVMUSED_E=24
+LVMPV_E=25
+WRONGBLK_E=26
 
 # size errors
-MINSIZE_E=10
-BESTSIZE_E=11
-MANUALSIZE_E=12
+MINSIZE_E=30
+BESTSIZE_E=31
+MANUALSIZE_E=32
 
-PROG_E=16
+PROG_E=40
 
 fatal()
 {

+ 53 - 21
parse-arguments.sh

@@ -1,6 +1,7 @@
 parse_arguments()
 {
 	FORCE=0
+	HELP=0
 	SCRIPT_OUTPUT=/proc/self/fd/1
 	PROGRAM_OUTPUT=/dev/null
 
@@ -8,7 +9,7 @@ parse_arguments()
 	while getopts ":fhvq" o; do
 		case $o in
 		f) FORCE=1;;
-		h) help && exit 0;;
+		h) HELP=1;;
 		v) PROGRAM_OUTPUT=/proc/self/fd/1;;
 		q) SCRIPT_OUTPUT=/dev/null;;
 		\?) usage && exit;;
@@ -16,6 +17,11 @@ parse_arguments()
 	done
 	shift $(( $OPTIND - 1 ))
 
+	if [ $HELP -eq 1 ]; then
+		help
+		exit
+	fi
+
 	# The 1st argument is the device. If no other argument is passed, the default mode is used.
 	# If other 4 arguments are passed, the manual mode is used (the arguments are the sizes of the partitions)
 	# Otherwise, the script exits
@@ -63,31 +69,57 @@ manual()
 
 usage()
 {
-	echo -e "Usage:\n${PROGRAM_NAME} [-qvf] device\n${PROGRAM_NAME} [-qv] device temp_size condor_size swap_size vm_size"
-	echo "Try -h for help"
+	echo "Usage:"
+	echo "${PROGRAM_NAME} [-qvf] device"
+	echo "${PROGRAM_NAME} [-qv] device temp_size condor_size swap_size vm_size"
+	echo "${PROGRAM_NAME} -h[v]"
+	exit USAGE_E
 }
 
 help()
 {
 	cat <<-help-end
-newdisk automator
-This program can be used in two mode: automatic and manual.
+		newdisk automator
+		This program can be used in two mode: automatic and manual.
+		For help, use -h. For info about error codes, use both help and verbose flags.
 
-Automatic:
-newdisk-automator [-qvf] device
-device is partitioned according to the following scheme:
-	- calcolo: 100GB
-	- swap: ram size + 1GB
-	- free space: 10% of the total
-	- condor: 40% of remaining space
-	- tempdir: 60% of remaining space
-If the size of the disk is less than 102GB + ram size, this mode cannot be used.
-If the size of the disk is greater than the minimum size, but still less than (100GB + ram size) * 2, to use this mode the -f option must be passed.
-Be careful: in the automatic mode, calcolo and swap size are fixed, and forcing it with -f could result in having very small tempdir and condor partitions. 
+		Automatic:
+		newdisk-automator [-qvf] device
+		device is partitioned according to the following scheme:
+			- calcolo: 100GB
+			- swap: ram size + 1GB
+			- free space: 10% of the total
+			- condor: 40% of remaining space
+			- tempdir: 60% of remaining space
+		If the size of the disk is less than 102GB + ram size, this mode cannot be used.
+		If the size of the disk is greater than the minimum size, but still less than (100GB + ram size) * 2, to use this mode the -f option must be passed.
+		Be careful: in the automatic mode, calcolo and swap size are fixed, and forcing it with -f could result in having very small tempdir and condor partitions. 
 
-Manual:
-newdisk-automator [-qv] device temp_size condor_size swap_size vm_size
-The partitions are assigned the size passed on the command line. b, K, M, G can be appended to the sizes for bytes, kibibytes, mebibytes and gibibytes. The default is bytes.
-If the total passed with the command line is greater than the size of the disk, the program stops.
-help-end
+		Manual:
+		newdisk-automator [-qv] device temp_size condor_size swap_size vm_size
+		The partitions are assigned the size passed on the command line. b, K, M, G can be appended to the sizes for bytes, kibibytes, mebibytes and gibibytes. The default is bytes.
+		If the total passed with the command line is greater than the size of the disk, the program stops.
+	help-end
+	if [ "$PROGRAM_OUTPUT" = "/proc/self/fd/1" ]; then
+		cat <<-error-end
+
+			Error codes:
+			10 Usage error
+			11 Size units error
+			
+			20 Device file does not exist
+			21 Device is not a block file
+			22 Device is mounted
+			23 Device is used as swap
+			24 Device is part of a used lvm volume
+			25 Device is part of a lvm volume group shared with other physical volumes
+			26 Device is not a regular disk (it may be a partition or another type of block file)
+			
+			30 Device is too small to use default mode
+			31 Device does not have the reccomended size. Force with -f to use default mode
+			32 Device is smaller than the manually specified size
+			
+			40 One of the programs called from the script returned a non 0 value. Check the stderr to get the code
+		error-end
+	fi
 }