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#!/usr/bin/perl -T

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This is amavis-mc, a master (of ceremonies) processes to supervise
# supporting service processes (such as amavis-services) used by amavisd-new.
#
# Author: Mark Martinec <Mark.Martinec@ijs.si>
#
# Copyright (c) 2012-2014, Mark Martinec
# All rights reserved.
#
# Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
# modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
# are met:
# 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
#    this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
# 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
#    this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
#    and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
#
# THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS"
# AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
# IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
# ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS
# BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
# CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
# SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
# INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
# CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
# ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
# POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
#
# The views and conclusions contained in the software and documentation are
# those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing official
# policies, either expressed or implied, of the Jozef Stefan Institute.

# (the above license is the 2-clause BSD license, also known as
#  a "Simplified BSD License", and pertains to this program only)
#
# Patches and problem reports are welcome.
# The latest version of this program is available at:
#   http://www.ijs.si/software/amavisd/
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------

use strict;
use re 'taint';
use warnings;
use warnings FATAL => qw(utf8 void);
no warnings 'uninitialized';

use vars qw($VERSION);  $VERSION = 2.008002;

use vars qw($myproduct_name $myversion_id $myversion_date $myversion);
BEGIN {
  $myproduct_name = 'amavis-mc';
  $myversion_id = '2.9.0'; $myversion_date = '20140506';
  $myversion = "$myproduct_name-$myversion_id ($myversion_date)";
}

use Errno qw(ESRCH ENOENT);
use POSIX qw(:sys_wait_h
             WIFEXITED WIFSIGNALED WIFSTOPPED WEXITSTATUS WTERMSIG WSTOPSIG);
use Time::HiRes qw(time);
use IO::File qw(O_RDONLY O_WRONLY O_RDWR O_APPEND O_CREAT O_EXCL);
use Unix::Syslog qw(:macros :subs);

use vars qw(@path @services $daemon_user $daemon_group $pid_file $log_level
            $syslog_ident $syslog_facility);


### USER CONFIGURABLE:

$daemon_user  = 'amavis';
$daemon_group = 'amavis';

$pid_file = '/var/run/amavis/amavis-mc.pid';

$log_level = 0;
$syslog_ident = 'amavis-mc';
$syslog_facility = LOG_MAIL;

@path = qw(/usr/local/sbin /usr/local/bin /usr/sbin /sbin /usr/bin /bin);

@services = (
  { cmd => 'amavis-services msg-forwarder' },
  { cmd => 'amavis-services childproc-minder' },
  { cmd => 'amavis-services snmp-responder' },
);

### END OF USER CONFIGURABLE


my($interrupted, $syslog_open, $pid_file_created, @pids_exited, %pid2service);

# Return untainted copy of a string (argument can be a string or a string ref)
#
sub untaint($) {
  return undef  if !defined $_[0];  # must return undef even in a list context!
  no re 'taint';
  local $1;  # avoid Perl taint bug: tainted global $1 propagates taintedness
  (ref($_[0]) ? ${$_[0]} : $_[0]) =~ /^(.*)\z/s;
  $1;
}

# is message log level below the current log level (i.e. eligible for logging)?
#
sub ll($) {
  my($level) = @_;
  $level <= $log_level;
}

sub do_log($$;@) {
# my($level,$errmsg,@args) = @_;
  my $level = shift;
  if ($level <= $log_level) {
    my $errmsg = shift;
    # treat $errmsg as sprintf format string if additional arguments provided
    $errmsg = sprintf($errmsg,@_)  if @_;
    if (!$syslog_open) {
      $errmsg .= "\n";
      print STDERR $errmsg;  # print ignoring I/O status, except SIGPIPE
    } else {
      my $prio = $level >=  3 ? LOG_DEBUG  # most frequent first
               : $level >=  1 ? LOG_INFO
               : $level >=  0 ? LOG_NOTICE
               : $level >= -1 ? LOG_WARNING
               :                LOG_ERR;
      syslog($prio, "%s", $errmsg);
    }
  }
}

sub find_program_path($$) {
  my($fv_list, $path_list_ref) = @_;
  $fv_list = [$fv_list]  if !ref $fv_list;
  my $found;
  for my $fv (@$fv_list) {  # search through alternatives
    my(@fv_cmd) = split(' ',$fv);
    my $cmd = $fv_cmd[0];
    if (!@fv_cmd) {
      # empty, not available
    } elsif ($cmd =~ m{^/}s) {  # absolute path
      my $errn = stat($cmd) ? 0 : 0+$!;
      if ($errn == ENOENT) {
        # file does not exist
      } elsif ($errn) {
        do_log(-1, "find_program_path: %s inaccessible: %s", $cmd,$!);
      } elsif (-d _) {
        do_log(0, "find_program_path: %s is a directory", $cmd);
      } elsif (!-x _) {
        do_log(0, "find_program_path: %s is not executable", $cmd);
      } else {
        $found = join(' ', @fv_cmd);
      }
    } elsif ($cmd =~ m{/}s) {  # relative path
      die "find_program_path: relative paths not implemented: @fv_cmd\n";
    } else {                   # walk through the specified PATH
      for my $p (@$path_list_ref) {
        my $errn = stat("$p/$cmd") ? 0 : 0+$!;
        if ($errn == ENOENT) {
          # file does not exist
        } elsif ($errn) {
          do_log(-1, "find_program_path: %s/%s inaccessible: %s", $p,$cmd,$!);
        } elsif (-d _) {
          do_log(0, "find_program_path: %s/%s is a directory", $p,$cmd);
        } elsif (!-x _) {
          do_log(0, "find_program_path: %s/%s is not executable", $p,$cmd);
        } else {
          $found = $p . '/' . join(' ', @fv_cmd);
          last;
        }
      }
    }
    last  if defined $found;
  }
  $found;
}

# drop privileges
#
sub drop_priv($$) {
  my($desired_user,$desired_group) = @_;
  local($1);
  my($username,$passwd,$uid,$gid) =
    $desired_user=~/^(\d+)$/ ? (undef,undef,$1,undef) :getpwnam($desired_user);
  defined $uid or die "drop_priv: No such username: $desired_user\n";
  if (!defined($desired_group) || $desired_group eq '') {
    $desired_group = $gid;  # for logging purposes
  }
  else { $gid = $desired_group=~/^(\d+)$/ ? $1 : getgrnam($desired_group) }
  defined $gid or die "drop_priv: No such group: $desired_group\n";
  $( = $gid;  $) = "$gid $gid";   # real and effective GID
  POSIX::setgid($gid) or die "drop_priv: Can't setgid to $gid: $!";
  POSIX::setuid($uid) or die "drop_priv: Can't setuid to $uid: $!";
  $> = $uid; $< = $uid;  # just in case
# print STDERR "desired user=$desired_user ($uid), current: EUID: $> ($<)\n";
# print STDERR "desired group=$desired_group ($gid), current: EGID: $) ($()\n";
  $> != 0 or die "drop_priv: Still running as root, aborting\n";
  $< != 0 or die "Effective UID changed, but Real UID is 0, aborting\n";
}

sub daemonize() {
  closelog()  if $syslog_open;
  $syslog_open = 0;

  STDOUT->autoflush(1);
  STDERR->autoflush(1);
  close(STDIN)  or die "Can't close STDIN: $!";

  my $pid;
  # the first fork allows the shell to return and allows doing a setsid
  eval { $pid = fork(); 1 }
  or do {
    my($eval_stat) = $@ ne '' ? $@ : "errno=$!";  chomp $eval_stat;
    die "Error forking #1: $eval_stat";
  };
  defined $pid  or die "Can't fork #1: $!";
  if ($pid) {  # parent process terminates here
    POSIX::_exit(0);  # avoid END and destructor processing
  }

  # disassociate from a controlling terminal
  my $pgid = POSIX::setsid();
  defined $pgid && $pgid >= 0 or die "Can't start a new session: $!";

  # We are now a session leader. As a session leader, opening a file
  # descriptor that is a terminal will make it our controlling terminal.
  # The second fork makes us NOT a session leader. Only session leaders
  # can acquire a controlling terminal, so we may now open up any file
  # we wish without worrying that it will become a controlling terminal.

  # second fork prevents from accidentally reacquiring a controlling terminal
  eval { $pid = fork(); 1 }
  or do {
    my($eval_stat) = $@ ne '' ? $@ : "errno=$!";  chomp $eval_stat;
    die "Error forking #2: $eval_stat";
  };
  defined $pid  or die "Can't fork #2: $!";
  if ($pid) {  # parent process terminates here
    POSIX::_exit(0);  # avoid END and destructor processing
  }

  chdir('/')  or die "Can't chdir to '/': $!";

  # a daemonized child process, live long and prosper...
  do_log(2, "Daemonized as process [%s]", $$);

  openlog($syslog_ident, LOG_PID | LOG_NDELAY, $syslog_facility);
  $syslog_open = 1;

  { # suppress unnecessary warning:
    #   "Filehandle STDIN reopened as STDOUT only for output"
    # See https://rt.perl.org/rt3/Public/Bug/Display.html?id=23838
    no warnings 'io';
    close(STDOUT)               or die "Can't close STDOUT: $!";
    open(STDOUT, '>/dev/null')  or die "Can't open /dev/null: $!";
    close(STDERR)               or die "Can't close STDERR: $!";
    open(STDERR, '>&STDOUT')    or die "Can't dup STDOUT: $!";
  }

}

# Run specified command as a subprocess.
# Return a process id of a child process.
#
sub spawn_command($@) {
  my($cmd, @args) = @_;
  my $cmd_text = join(' ', $cmd, @args);
  my $pid;
  eval {
    # Note that fork(2) returns ENOMEM on lack of swap space, and EAGAIN when
    # process limit is reached; we want it to fail in both cases and not obey
    # the EAGAIN and keep retrying, as perl open() does.
    $pid = fork(); 1;
  } or do {
    my $eval_stat = $@ ne '' ? $@ : "errno=$!";  chomp $eval_stat;
    die "spawn_command (forking): $eval_stat";
  };
  defined($pid) or die "spawn_command: can't fork: $!";
  if (!$pid) {  # child
    alarm(0); my $interrupt = '';
    my $h1 = sub { $interrupt = $_[0] };
    my $h2 = sub { die "Received signal ".$_[0] };
    @SIG{qw(INT HUP TERM TSTP QUIT USR1 USR2)} = ($h1) x 7;
    my $err;
    eval {  # die must be caught, otherwise we end up with two running daemons
      local(@SIG{qw(INT HUP TERM TSTP QUIT USR1 USR2)}) = ($h2) x 7;
      if ($interrupt ne '') { my $i = $interrupt; $interrupt = ''; die $i }
      close STDIN;   # ignoring errors
      close STDOUT;  # ignoring errors
      # BEWARE of Perl older that 5.6.0: sockets and pipes were not FD_CLOEXEC
      exec {$cmd} ($cmd,@args);
      die "spawn_command: failed to exec $cmd_text: $!";
      0;  # paranoia
    } or do {
      $err = $@ ne '' ? $@ : "errno=$!";  chomp $err;
    };
    eval {
      local(@SIG{qw(INT HUP TERM TSTP QUIT USR1 USR2)}) = ($h2) x 7;
      if ($interrupt ne '') { my $i = $interrupt; $interrupt = ''; die $i }
      # we're in trouble if stderr was attached to a terminal, but no longer is
      eval { do_log(-1,"spawn_command: child process [%s]: %s", $$,$err) };
    } or 1;  # ignore failures, make perlcritic happy
    { # no warnings;
      POSIX::_exit(6);  # avoid END and destructor processing
      kill('KILL',$$); exit 1;   # still kicking? die!
    }
  }
  # parent
  do_log(5,"spawn_command: [%s] %s", $pid, $cmd_text);
  $pid;  # return the PID of a subprocess
}

sub usage() {
  my $me = $0; local $1; $me =~ s{([^/]*)\z}{$1}s;
  "Usage: $me (-h | -V | [-f] [-P pid_file] [-d log_level])";
}

# map process termination status number to an informative string, and
# append optional message (dual-valued errno or a string or a number),
# returning the resulting string
#
sub exit_status_str($;$) {
  my($stat,$errno) = @_; my $str;
  if (!defined($stat)) {
    $str = '(no status)';
  } elsif (WIFEXITED($stat)) {
    $str = sprintf('exit %d', WEXITSTATUS($stat));
  } elsif (WIFSTOPPED($stat)) {
    $str = sprintf('stopped, signal %d', WSTOPSIG($stat));
  } else {
    my $sig = WTERMSIG($stat);
    $str = sprintf('%s, signal %d (%04x)',
             $sig == 1 ? 'HANGUP' : $sig == 2 ? 'INTERRUPTED' :
             $sig == 6 ? 'ABORTED' : $sig == 9 ? 'KILLED' :
             $sig == 15 ? 'TERMINATED' : 'DIED',
             $sig, $stat);
  }
  if (defined $errno) {  # deal with dual-valued and plain variables
    $str .= ', '.$errno  if (0+$errno) != 0 || ($errno ne '' && $errno ne '0');
  }
  $str;
}

# check errno to be 0 and a process exit status to be in the list of success
# status codes, returning true if both are ok, and false otherwise
#
sub proc_status_ok($;$@) {
  my($exit_status,$errno,@success) = @_;
  my $ok = 0;
  if ((!defined $errno || $errno == 0) && WIFEXITED($exit_status)) {
    my $j = WEXITSTATUS($exit_status);
    if (!@success) { $ok = $j==0 }  # empty list implies only status 0 is good
    elsif (grep($_==$j, @success)) { $ok = 1 }
  }
  $ok;
}

sub report_terminations($) {
  my($pids_exited_list) = @_;
  # note: child_handler may be growing the list at its tail during the loop
  while (@$pids_exited_list) {
    my $pid_stat = shift(@$pids_exited_list);
    next if !$pid_stat;  # just in case
    my($pid,$status,$timestamp) = @$pid_stat;
    my $serv = delete $pid2service{$pid};
    if (!$serv) {
      do_log(-1,'Unknown process [%d] exited: %s',
                $pid, exit_status_str($status,0));
    } else {
      $serv->{status} = $status;
      $serv->{terminated_at} = $timestamp;
      my $ll = proc_status_ok($status,0) ? 0 : -1;
      do_log($ll, 'Process [%d] exited (%s) after %.1f s: %s',
                  $pid, $serv->{cmd},
                  $serv->{terminated_at} - $serv->{started_at},
                  exit_status_str($status,0));
    }
  }
}

sub child_handler {
  my $signal = $_[0];
  for (;;) {
    my $child_pid = waitpid(-1,WNOHANG);
    # PID may be negative on Windows
    last if !$child_pid || $child_pid == -1;
    push(@pids_exited, [$child_pid, $?, time]);
  }
  $SIG{CHLD} = \&child_handler;
};


# main program starts here

delete @ENV{'PATH', 'IFS', 'CDPATH', 'ENV', 'BASH_ENV'};
$ENV{PATH} = join(':',@path)  if @path;

my $foreground = 0;
my(@argv) = @ARGV;  # preserve @ARGV, may modify @argv
while (@argv >= 2 && $argv[0] =~ /^-[dP]\z/ ||
       @argv >= 1 && $argv[0] =~ /^-/) {
  my($opt,$val);
  $opt = shift @argv;
  $val = shift @argv  if $opt !~ /^-[hVf-]\z/;  # these take no arguments
  if ($opt eq '--') {
    last;
  } elsif ($opt eq '-h') {  # -h  (help)
    die "$myversion\n\n" . usage() . "\n";
  } elsif ($opt eq '-V') {  # -V  (version)
    die "$myversion\n";
  } elsif ($opt eq '-f') {
    $foreground = 1;
  } elsif ($opt eq '-d') {  # -d log_level
    $val =~ /^\d+\z/  or die "Bad value for option -d: $val\n";
    $log_level = untaint($val);
  } elsif ($opt eq '-P') {  # -P pid_file
    $pid_file = untaint($val);
  } else {
    die "Error in command line options: $opt\n\n" . usage() . "\n";
  }
}
!@argv or die sprintf("Error parsing a command line %s\n\n%s\n",
                      join(' ',@ARGV), usage());

$SIG{'__DIE__' } =
  sub { if (!$^S) { my($m) = @_; chomp($m); do_log(-1,"_DIE: %s", $m) } };
$SIG{'__WARN__'} =
  sub { my($m) = @_; chomp($m); do_log(0,"_WARN: %s",$m) };

if ($foreground) {
  do_log(0,"amavis master process starting in foreground, perl %s", $] );
} else {  # daemonize
  openlog($syslog_ident, LOG_PID | LOG_NDELAY, $syslog_facility);
  $syslog_open = 1;
  do_log(2,"to be daemonized");
  daemonize();
  srand();
  do_log(0,'amavis master process starting. '.
           'daemonized as PID [%s], perl %s', $$, $] );
}

if (defined $daemon_user) {
  drop_priv($daemon_user,$daemon_group);
}

if (defined $pid_file && $pid_file ne '') {
  my $pid_file_fh = IO::File->new;
  $pid_file_fh->open($pid_file, O_CREAT|O_WRONLY, 0640)
    or die "Can't create PID file $pid_file: $!";
  $pid_file_fh->print($$."\n")
    or die "Can't write to PID file $pid_file: $!";
  $pid_file_fh->close
    or die "Can't close PID file $pid_file: $!";
  $pid_file_created = 1;
}

# initialize
for my $serv (@services) {
  $serv->{started_cnt} = 0;
  $serv->{pid} = $serv->{status} = undef;
  $serv->{started_at} = $serv->{terminated_at} = undef;
  my $found = find_program_path($serv->{cmd}, \@path);
  defined $found
    or die sprintf("Can't find program %s in path %s\n",
                   $serv->{cmd}, join(':',@path));
  $serv->{cmd} = $found;
}

$SIG{CHLD} = \&child_handler;

eval {  # catch TERM and INT signals for a controlled shutdown
  my $h = sub { $interrupted = $_[0]; die "\n" };
  local $SIG{INT}  = $h;
  local $SIG{TERM} = $h;
  for (;;) {
    last if defined $interrupted;
    for my $serv (@services) {
      next if $serv->{disabled};
      report_terminations(\@pids_exited)  if @pids_exited;
      if (defined $serv->{status}) {
        # process has terminated, clean up
        $serv->{pid} = undef;
        $serv->{started_at} = undef;
      }
      last if defined $interrupted;
      if (!defined $serv->{pid}) {
        # service not running
        if ($serv->{started_cnt} >= 5) {
          do_log(-1,'Exceeded restart count, giving up on (%s)', $serv->{cmd});
          $serv->{disabled} = 1;
        } elsif (defined $serv->{terminated_at} &&
                 time - $serv->{terminated_at} < 1) {
          # postpone a restart for at least a second
          do_log(5, 'Postponing a restart (%s)', $serv->{cmd});
        } else {
          my($cmd,@args) = split(' ',$serv->{cmd});
          $serv->{started_cnt}++;
          $serv->{status} = $serv->{terminated_at} = undef;
          $serv->{started_at} = time;
          my $pid = $serv->{pid} = spawn_command($cmd,@args);
          do_log(0, 'Process [%d] started: %s', $pid, $serv->{cmd});
          # to avoid race the signal handler must not be updating %pid2service
          $pid2service{$pid} = $serv;
        }
      }
    }
    sleep 5;  # sleep may be aborted prematurely by a signal
  } # until interrupted
};

do_log(0, 'Master process shutting down');

for my $sig ('TERM', 'KILL') {
  # terminate or kill child processes
  for my $serv (@services) {
    my $pid = $serv->{pid};
    next if !$pid;
    my $n = kill($sig,$pid);
    if ($n == 0 && $! == ESRCH) {
      # process already gone
    } elsif ($n == 0) {
      do_log(-1, "Can't send SIG%s to process [%s]: %s", $sig, $pid, $!);
    } else {
      do_log(0, "%s process [%s] (%s)",
                $sig eq 'TERM' ? 'Terminating' : 'Killing',
                $pid, $serv->{cmd});
    }
  }
  my $deadline = time + 10;  # 10 second grace period
  while (time < $deadline) {
    report_terminations(\@pids_exited);
    sleep 1;  # sleep may be aborted prematurely by a signal
    # stop waiting if all gone
    last if !grep { $_->{pid} && kill(0, $_->{pid}) } @services;
  }
  report_terminations(\@pids_exited);
}

END {
  do_log(0,'Master process exiting: %s', $interrupted) if defined $interrupted;
  if ($pid_file_created) {
    unlink($pid_file)
      or do_log(-1, "Can't delete a PID file %s: %s", $pid_file, $!);
  }
  if ($syslog_open) { closelog(); $syslog_open = 0 }
}