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#!/bin/sh
#
# Support:      users@clusterlabs.org
# License:      GNU General Public License (GPL)
# 
# Filesystem
#      Description: Manages a Filesystem on a shared storage medium.
#  Original Author: Eric Z. Ayers (eric.ayers@compgen.com)
# Original Release: 25 Oct 2000
#
# usage: ./Filesystem {start|stop|status|monitor|validate-all|meta-data}
#
#	OCF parameters are as below:
#		OCF_RESKEY_device
#		OCF_RESKEY_directory
#		OCF_RESKEY_fstype
#		OCF_RESKEY_options
#		OCF_RESKEY_statusfile_prefix
#		OCF_RESKEY_run_fsck
#		OCF_RESKEY_fast_stop
#		OCF_RESKEY_force_clones
#
#OCF_RESKEY_device    : name of block device for the filesystem. e.g. /dev/sda1, /dev/md0
#                       Or a -U or -L option for mount, or an NFS mount specification
#OCF_RESKEY_directory : the mount point for the filesystem
#OCF_RESKEY_fstype    : optional name of the filesystem type. e.g. ext2
#OCF_RESKEY_options   : options to be given to the mount command via -o
#OCF_RESKEY_statusfile_prefix : the prefix used for a status file for monitoring
#OCF_RESKEY_run_fsck  : fsck execution mode: auto(default)/force/no
#OCF_RESKEY_fast_stop : fast stop: yes(default)/no
#OCF_RESKEY_force_clones : allow running the resource as clone. e.g. local xfs mounts
#                         for each brick in a glusterfs setup
#
#
# This assumes you want to manage a filesystem on a shared (SCSI) bus,
# on a replicated device (such as DRBD), or a network filesystem (such
# as NFS or Samba).
#
# Do not put this filesystem in /etc/fstab.  This script manages all of
# that for you.
#
# NOTE: If 2 or more nodes mount the same file system read-write, and
#       that file system is not designed for that specific purpose
#       (such as GFS or OCFS2), and is not a network file system like
#       NFS or Samba, then the filesystem is going to become
#       corrupted.
#
#	As a result, you should use this together with the stonith
#	option and redundant, independent communications paths.
#
#	If you don't do this, don't blame us when you scramble your
#	disk.

#######################################################################
# Initialization:

: ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR=${OCF_ROOT}/lib/heartbeat}
. ${OCF_FUNCTIONS_DIR}/ocf-shellfuncs

# Defaults
DFLT_STATUSDIR=".Filesystem_status/"

# Variables used by multiple methods
HOSTOS=`uname`

# The status file is going to an extra directory, by default
#
prefix=${OCF_RESKEY_statusfile_prefix}
: ${prefix:=$DFLT_STATUSDIR}
suffix="${OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE}"
[ "$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_clone" ] &&
	suffix="${suffix}_$OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_clone"
suffix="${suffix}_`uname -n`"
STATUSFILE=${OCF_RESKEY_directory}/$prefix$suffix

#######################################################################

usage() {
	cat <<-EOT
	usage: $0 {start|stop|status|monitor|validate-all|meta-data}
	EOT
}

meta_data() {
	cat <<END
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE resource-agent SYSTEM "ra-api-1.dtd">
<resource-agent name="Filesystem">
<version>1.1</version>

<longdesc lang="en">
Resource script for Filesystem. It manages a Filesystem on a
shared storage medium. 

The standard monitor operation of depth 0 (also known as probe)
checks if the filesystem is mounted. If you want deeper tests,
set OCF_CHECK_LEVEL to one of the following values:

10: read first 16 blocks of the device (raw read)

This doesn't exercise the filesystem at all, but the device on
which the filesystem lives. This is noop for non-block devices
such as NFS, SMBFS, or bind mounts.

20: test if a status file can be written and read

The status file must be writable by root. This is not always the
case with an NFS mount, as NFS exports usually have the
"root_squash" option set. In such a setup, you must either use
read-only monitoring (depth=10), export with "no_root_squash" on
your NFS server, or grant world write permissions on the
directory where the status file is to be placed.
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">Manages filesystem mounts</shortdesc>

<parameters>
<parameter name="device" required="1">
<longdesc lang="en">
The name of block device for the filesystem, or -U, -L options for mount, or NFS mount specification.
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">block device</shortdesc>
<content type="string" default="" />
</parameter>

<parameter name="directory" required="1">
<longdesc lang="en">
The mount point for the filesystem.
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">mount point</shortdesc>
<content type="string" default="" />
</parameter>

<parameter name="fstype" required="1">
<longdesc lang="en">
The type of filesystem to be mounted.
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">filesystem type</shortdesc>
<content type="string" default="" />
</parameter>

<parameter name="options">
<longdesc lang="en">
Any extra options to be given as -o options to mount.

For bind mounts, add "bind" here and set fstype to "none".
We will do the right thing for options such as "bind,ro".
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">options</shortdesc>
<content type="string" default="" />
</parameter>

<parameter name="statusfile_prefix">
<longdesc lang="en">
The prefix to be used for a status file for resource monitoring
with depth 20. If you don't specify this parameter, all status
files will be created in a separate directory.
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">status file prefix</shortdesc>
<content type="string" default="$DFLT_STATUSDIR" />
</parameter>

<parameter name="run_fsck">
<longdesc lang="en">
Specify how to decide whether to run fsck or not.

"auto"  : decide to run fsck depending on the fstype(default)
"force" : always run fsck regardless of the fstype
"no"    : do not run fsck ever.
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">run_fsck</shortdesc>
<content type="string" default="auto" />
</parameter>

<parameter name="fast_stop">
<longdesc lang="en">
Normally, we expect no users of the filesystem and the stop
operation to finish quickly. If you cannot control the filesystem
users easily and want to prevent the stop action from failing,
then set this parameter to "no" and add an appropriate timeout
for the stop operation.
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">fast stop</shortdesc>
<content type="boolean" default="yes" />
</parameter>

<parameter name="force_clones">
<longdesc lang="en">
The use of a clone setup for local filesystems is forbidden
by default. For special setups like glusterfs, cloning a mount
of a local device with a filesystem like ext4 or xfs independently
on several nodes is a valid use case.

Only set this to "true" if you know what you are doing!
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">allow running as a clone, regardless of filesystem type</shortdesc>
<content type="boolean" default="false" />
</parameter>

<parameter name="force_unmount">
<longdesc lang="en">
This option allows specifying how to handle processes that are
currently accessing the mount directory.

"true"  : Default value, kill processes accessing mount point
"safe"  : Kill processes accessing mount point using methods that
          avoid functions that could potentially block during process
          detection 
"false" : Do not kill any processes.

The 'safe' option uses shell logic to walk the /procs/ directory
for pids using the mount point while the default option uses the
fuser cli tool. fuser is known to perform operations that can potentially
block if unresponsive nfs mounts are in use on the system.
</longdesc>
<shortdesc lang="en">Kill processes before unmount</shortdesc>
<content type="boolean" default="true" />
</parameter>

</parameters>

<actions>
<action name="start" timeout="60" />
<action name="stop" timeout="60" />
<action name="notify" timeout="60" />
<action name="monitor" depth="0" timeout="40" interval="20" />
<action name="validate-all" timeout="5" />
<action name="meta-data" timeout="5" />
</actions>
</resource-agent>
END
}

#
#	Make sure the kernel does the right thing with the FS buffers
#	This function should be called after unmounting and before mounting
#	It may not be necessary in 2.4 and later kernels, but it shouldn't hurt
#	anything either...
#
#	It's really a bug that you have to do this at all...
#
flushbufs() {
	if have_binary $BLOCKDEV ; then
		if [ "$blockdevice" = "yes" ] ; then
			$BLOCKDEV --flushbufs $1
			return $?
		fi
	fi
	return 0
}

# Take advantage of /etc/mtab if present, use portable mount command
# otherwise. Normalize format to "dev mountpoint fstype".
is_bind_mount() {
	echo "$options" | grep -w bind >/dev/null 2>&1
}
list_mounts() {
	local inpf=""
	if [ -e "/proc/mounts" ] && ! is_bind_mount; then
		inpf=/proc/mounts
	elif [ -f "/etc/mtab" -a -r "/etc/mtab" ]; then
		inpf=/etc/mtab
	fi
	if [ "$inpf" ]; then
		cut -d' ' -f1,2,3 < $inpf
	else
		$MOUNT | cut -d' ' -f1,3,5
	fi
}

determine_blockdevice() {
	if [ $blockdevice = "yes" ]; then
		return
	fi

	# Get the current real device name, if possible.
	# (specified devname could be -L or -U...)
	case "$FSTYPE" in
	nfs4|nfs|smbfs|cifs|glusterfs|ceph|tmpfs|overlay|overlayfs|rozofs|none)
		: ;;
	*)
		DEVICE=`list_mounts | grep " $MOUNTPOINT " | cut -d' ' -f1`
		if [ -b "$DEVICE" ]; then
			blockdevice=yes
		fi
		;;
	esac
}

# Lists all filesystems potentially mounted under a given path,
# excluding the path itself.
list_submounts() {
	list_mounts | grep " $1/" | cut -d' ' -f2 | sort -r
}

# kernels < 2.6.26 can't handle bind remounts
bind_kernel_check() {
	echo "$options" | grep -w ro >/dev/null 2>&1 ||
		return
	uname -r | awk -F. '
	$1==2 && $2==6 {
		sub("[^0-9].*","",$3);
		if ($3<26)
			exit(1);
	}'
	[ $? -ne 0 ] &&
		ocf_log warn "kernel `uname -r` cannot handle read only bind mounts"
}
bind_mount() {
	if is_bind_mount && [ "$options" != "-o bind" ]
	then
		bind_kernel_check
		bind_opts=`echo $options | sed 's/bind/remount/'`
		$MOUNT $bind_opts $MOUNTPOINT
	else
		true # make sure to return OK
	fi
}

is_option() {
	echo $OCF_RESKEY_options | grep -w "$1" >/dev/null 2>&1
}

is_fsck_needed() {
	case $OCF_RESKEY_run_fsck in
		force) true;;
		no)    false;;
		""|auto)
		case $FSTYPE in
			ext4|ext4dev|ext3|reiserfs|reiser4|nss|xfs|jfs|vfat|fat|nfs4|nfs|cifs|smbfs|ocfs2|gfs2|none|lustre|glusterfs|ceph|tmpfs|overlay|overlayfs|rozofs)
			false;;
			*)
			true;;
		esac;;
		*)
		ocf_log warn "Invalid parameter value for fsck: '$OCF_RESKEY_run_fsck'; setting to 'auto'"
		OCF_RESKEY_run_fsck="auto"
		is_fsck_needed;;
	esac
}

fstype_supported()
{
	local support="$FSTYPE"
	local rc

	if [ "X${HOSTOS}" != "XOpenBSD" ];then
		# skip checking /proc/filesystems for obsd
		return $OCF_SUCCESS
	fi

	if [ -z "$FSTYPE" -o "$FSTYPE" = none ]; then
		: No FSTYPE specified, rely on the system has the right file-system support already 
		return $OCF_SUCCESS
	fi

	# support fuse-filesystems (e.g. GlusterFS)
	case $FSTYPE in
		fuse.*|glusterfs|rozofs) support="fuse";;
	esac

	grep -w "$support"'$' /proc/filesystems >/dev/null
	if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
		# found the fs type
		return $OCF_SUCCESS
	fi

	# if here, we should attempt to load the module and then
	# check the if the filesystem support exists again.
	$MODPROBE $support >/dev/null
	if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
		ocf_exit_reason "Couldn't find filesystem $FSTYPE in /proc/filesystems and failed to load kernel module"
		return $OCF_ERR_INSTALLED
	fi

	# It is possible for the module to load and not be complete initialized
	# before we check /proc/filesystems again. Give this a few trys before
	# giving up entirely.
	for try in $(seq 5); do
		grep -w "$support"'$' /proc/filesystems >/dev/null
		if [ $? -eq 0 ] ; then
			# yes. found the filesystem after doing the modprobe
			return $OCF_SUCCESS
		fi
		ocf_log debug "Unable to find support for $FSTYPE in /proc/filesystems after modprobe, trying again"
		sleep 1
	done

	ocf_exit_reason "Couldn't find filesystem $FSTYPE in /proc/filesystems"
	return $OCF_ERR_INSTALLED
}


#
# START: Start up the filesystem
#
Filesystem_start()
{
	# Check if there are any mounts mounted under the mountpoint
	if list_mounts | grep -q -E " $MOUNTPOINT/\w+" >/dev/null 2>&1; then
		ocf_log err "There is one or more mounts mounted under $MOUNTPOINT."
		return $OCF_ERR_CONFIGURED
	fi

	# See if the device is already mounted.
	if Filesystem_status >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
		ocf_log info "Filesystem $MOUNTPOINT is already mounted."
		return $OCF_SUCCESS
	fi

	fstype_supported || exit $OCF_ERR_INSTALLED

	# Check the filesystem & auto repair.  
	# NOTE: Some filesystem types don't need this step...  Please modify
	#       accordingly

	if [ $blockdevice = "yes" ]; then
		if [ "$DEVICE" != "/dev/null" -a ! -b "$DEVICE" ] ; then
			ocf_exit_reason "Couldn't find device [$DEVICE]. Expected /dev/??? to exist"
			exit $OCF_ERR_INSTALLED
		fi

		if is_fsck_needed; then
			ocf_log info  "Starting filesystem check on $DEVICE"
			if [ -z "$FSTYPE" ]; then
				$FSCK -p $DEVICE
			else
				$FSCK -t $FSTYPE -p $DEVICE
			fi

			# NOTE: if any errors at all are detected, it returns non-zero
			# if the error is >= 4 then there is a big problem
			if [ $? -ge 4 ]; then
				ocf_exit_reason "Couldn't successfully fsck filesystem for $DEVICE"
				return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC
			fi
		fi
	fi

	[ -d "$MOUNTPOINT" ] ||
		ocf_run mkdir -p $MOUNTPOINT
	if [ ! -d "$MOUNTPOINT" ] ; then
		ocf_exit_reason "Couldn't find directory  [$MOUNTPOINT] to use as a mount point"
		exit $OCF_ERR_INSTALLED
	fi

	flushbufs $DEVICE
	# Mount the filesystem.
	case "$FSTYPE" in
		none) $MOUNT $options $DEVICE $MOUNTPOINT &&
			bind_mount
			;;
		"") $MOUNT $options $DEVICE $MOUNTPOINT ;;
		*) $MOUNT -t $FSTYPE $options $DEVICE $MOUNTPOINT ;;
	esac

	if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
		ocf_exit_reason "Couldn't mount device [$DEVICE] as $MOUNTPOINT"
		return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC
	fi
	return $OCF_SUCCESS
}
# end of Filesystem_start

get_pids()
{
	local dir=$1
	local procs
	local mmap_procs

	if ocf_is_true  "$FORCE_UNMOUNT"; then
		if [ "X${HOSTOS}" = "XOpenBSD" ];then
			fstat | grep $dir | awk '{print $3}'
		else
			$FUSER -m $dir 2>/dev/null
		fi
	elif [ "$FORCE_UNMOUNT" = "safe" ]; then
		procs=$(find /proc/[0-9]*/ -type l -lname "${dir}/*" -or -lname "${dir}" 2>/dev/null | awk -F/ '{print $3}')
		mmap_procs=$(grep " ${dir}" /proc/[0-9]*/maps | awk -F/ '{print $3}')
		printf "${procs}\n${mmap_procs}" | sort | uniq
	fi
}

signal_processes() {
	local dir=$1
	local sig=$2
	local pids pid
	# fuser returns a non-zero return code if none of the
	# specified files is accessed or in case of a fatal 
	# error.
	pids=$(get_pids "$dir")
	if [ -z "$pids" ]; then
		ocf_log info "No processes on $dir were signalled. force_unmount is set to '$FORCE_UNMOUNT'"
		return
	fi
	for pid in $pids; do
		ocf_log info "sending signal $sig to: `ps -f $pid | tail -1`"
		kill -s $sig $pid
	done
}
try_umount() {
	local SUB=$1
	$UMOUNT $umount_force $SUB
	list_mounts | grep -q " $SUB " >/dev/null 2>&1 || {
		ocf_log info "unmounted $SUB successfully"
		return $OCF_SUCCESS
	}
	return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC
}
fs_stop() {
	local SUB=$1 timeout=$2 sig cnt
	for sig in TERM KILL; do
		cnt=$((timeout/2)) # try half time with TERM
		while [ $cnt -gt 0 ]; do
			try_umount $SUB &&
				return $OCF_SUCCESS
			ocf_exit_reason "Couldn't unmount $SUB; trying cleanup with $sig"
			signal_processes $SUB $sig
			cnt=$((cnt-1))
			sleep 1
		done
	done
	return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC
}

#
# STOP: Unmount the filesystem
#
Filesystem_stop()
{
	# See if the device is currently mounted
	Filesystem_status >/dev/null 2>&1
	if [ $? -eq $OCF_NOT_RUNNING ]; then
		# Already unmounted, wonderful.
		rc=$OCF_SUCCESS
	else
		# Wipe the status file, but continue with a warning if
		# removal fails -- the file system might be read only
		if [ $OCF_CHECK_LEVEL -eq 20 ]; then
			rm -f ${STATUSFILE}
			if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
				ocf_log warn "Failed to remove status file ${STATUSFILE}."
			fi
		fi

		# Determine the real blockdevice this is mounted on (if
		# possible) prior to unmounting.
		determine_blockdevice

		# For networked filesystems, there's merit in trying -f:
		case "$FSTYPE" in
		nfs4|nfs|cifs|smbfs) umount_force="-f" ;;
		esac

		# Umount all sub-filesystems mounted under $MOUNTPOINT/ too.
		local timeout
		for SUB in `list_submounts $MOUNTPOINT` $MOUNTPOINT; do
			ocf_log info "Trying to unmount $SUB"
			if ocf_is_true "$FAST_STOP"; then
				timeout=6
			else
				timeout=${OCF_RESKEY_CRM_meta_timeout:="20000"}
				timeout=$((timeout/1000))
			fi
			fs_stop $SUB $timeout
			rc=$?
			if [ $rc -ne $OCF_SUCCESS ]; then
				ocf_exit_reason "Couldn't unmount $SUB, giving up!"
			fi
		done
	fi

	flushbufs $DEVICE

	return $rc
}
# end of Filesystem_stop

#
# STATUS: is the filesystem mounted or not?
#
Filesystem_status()
{
	if list_mounts | grep -q " $MOUNTPOINT " >/dev/null 2>&1; then
		rc=$OCF_SUCCESS
		msg="$MOUNTPOINT is mounted (running)"
	else
		rc=$OCF_NOT_RUNNING
		msg="$MOUNTPOINT is unmounted (stopped)"
	fi

	# Special case "monitor" to check whether the UUID cached and
	# on-disk still match?
	case "$OP" in
		status)	ocf_log info "$msg";;
	esac

	return $rc
}
# end of Filesystem_status


# Note: the read/write tests below will stall in case the
# underlying block device (or in the case of a NAS mount, the
# NAS server) has gone away. In that case, if I/O does not
# return to normal in time, the operation hits its timeout
# and it is up to the CRM to initiate appropriate recovery
# actions (such as fencing the node).
#
# MONITOR 10: read the device
#
Filesystem_monitor_10()
{
	if [ "$blockdevice" = "no" ] ; then
		ocf_log warn "$DEVICE is not a block device, monitor 10 is noop"
		return $OCF_SUCCESS
	fi
	dd_opts="iflag=direct bs=4k count=1"
	err_output=`dd if=$DEVICE $dd_opts 2>&1 >/dev/null`
	if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
		ocf_exit_reason "Failed to read device $DEVICE"
		ocf_log err "dd said: $err_output"
		return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC
	fi
	return $OCF_SUCCESS
}
#
# MONITOR 20: write and read a status file
#
Filesystem_monitor_20()
{
	if [ "$blockdevice" = "no" ] ; then
		# O_DIRECT not supported on cifs/smbfs
		dd_opts="oflag=sync bs=4k conv=fsync,sync"
	else
		# Writing to the device in O_DIRECT mode is imperative
		# to bypass caches.
		dd_opts="oflag=direct,sync bs=4k conv=fsync,sync"
	fi
	status_dir=`dirname $STATUSFILE`
	[ -d "$status_dir" ] || mkdir -p "$status_dir"
	err_output=`echo "${OCF_RESOURCE_INSTANCE}" | dd of=${STATUSFILE} $dd_opts 2>&1`
	if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
		ocf_exit_reason "Failed to write status file ${STATUSFILE}"
		ocf_log err "dd said: $err_output"
		return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC
	fi
	test -f ${STATUSFILE}
	if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
		ocf_exit_reason "Cannot stat the status file ${STATUSFILE}"
		return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC
	fi
	cat ${STATUSFILE} > /dev/null
	if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
		ocf_exit_reason "Cannot read the status file ${STATUSFILE}"
		return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC
	fi
	return $OCF_SUCCESS
}
Filesystem_monitor()
{
	Filesystem_status
	rc=$?
	if [ $rc -ne $OCF_SUCCESS ]; then
		return $rc
	fi

	if [ $rc -eq $OCF_SUCCESS -a $OCF_CHECK_LEVEL -gt 0 ]; then
		case "$OCF_CHECK_LEVEL" in
		10) Filesystem_monitor_10; rc=$?;;
		20) Filesystem_monitor_20; rc=$?;;
		*)
			ocf_exit_reason "unsupported monitor level $OCF_CHECK_LEVEL"
			rc=$OCF_ERR_CONFIGURED
		;;
		esac
	fi
	return $rc
}
# end of Filesystem_monitor


#
#	VALIDATE_ALL: Are the instance parameters valid?
#	FIXME!!  The only part that's useful is the return code.
#	This code always returns $OCF_SUCCESS (!)
#
Filesystem_validate_all()
{
	if [ -n "$MOUNTPOINT" ] && [ ! -d "$MOUNTPOINT" ]; then
		ocf_log warn "Mountpoint $MOUNTPOINT does not exist"
	fi

	# Check if the $FSTYPE is workable
	# NOTE: Without inserting the $FSTYPE module, this step may be imprecise
	# TODO: This is Linux specific crap.
	if [ ! -z "$FSTYPE" -a "$FSTYPE" != none ]; then
		cut -f2 /proc/filesystems |grep -q ^$FSTYPE$
		if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
			modpath=/lib/modules/`uname -r` 
			moddep=$modpath/modules.dep
			# Do we have $FSTYPE in modules.dep?
			cut -d' ' -f1 $moddep |grep -q "^$modpath.*$FSTYPE\.k\?o:$"
			if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
				ocf_log info "It seems we do not have $FSTYPE support"
			fi
		fi
	fi

	# If we are supposed to do monitoring with status files, then
	# we need a utility to write in O_DIRECT mode.
	if [ $OCF_CHECK_LEVEL -gt 0 ]; then
		check_binary dd
		# Note: really old coreutils version do not support
		# the "oflag" option for dd. We don't check for that
		# here. In case dd does not support oflag, monitor is
		# bound to fail, with dd spewing an error message to
		# the logs. On such systems, we must do without status
		# file monitoring.
	fi

	#TODO: How to check the $options ?
	return $OCF_SUCCESS
}

#
# set the blockdevice variable to "no" or "yes"
#
set_blockdevice_var() {
	blockdevice=no

	# these are definitely not block devices
	case $FSTYPE in
	nfs4|nfs|smbfs|cifs|none|glusterfs|ceph|tmpfs|overlay|overlayfs|rozofs) return;;
	esac

	if `is_option "loop"`; then
		return
	fi

	case $DEVICE in
	-*) # Oh... An option to mount instead...  Typically -U or -L
		;;
	/dev/null) # Special case for BSC
		blockdevice=yes
		;;
	*)
		if [ ! -b "$DEVICE"  -a ! -d "$DEVICE" -a "X$OP" != Xstart ] ; then
			ocf_log warn "Couldn't find device [$DEVICE]. Expected /dev/??? to exist"
		fi
		if [ ! -d "$DEVICE" ]; then
			blockdevice=yes
		fi
		;;
	esac
}

# Check the arguments passed to this script
if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then
	usage
	exit $OCF_ERR_ARGS
fi

# Check the OCF_RESKEY_ environment variables...
FORCE_UNMOUNT="yes"
if [ -n "${OCF_RESKEY_force_unmount}" ]; then
	FORCE_UNMOUNT=$OCF_RESKEY_force_unmount
fi

DEVICE=$OCF_RESKEY_device
FSTYPE=$OCF_RESKEY_fstype
if [ ! -z "$OCF_RESKEY_options" ]; then
	options="-o $OCF_RESKEY_options"
fi
FAST_STOP=${OCF_RESKEY_fast_stop:="yes"}

OP=$1

# These operations do not require instance parameters
case $OP in
	meta-data) meta_data
		exit $OCF_SUCCESS
		;;
	usage) usage
		exit $OCF_SUCCESS
		;;
esac

if [ x = x"$DEVICE" ]; then
	ocf_exit_reason "Please set OCF_RESKEY_device to the device to be managed"
	exit $OCF_ERR_CONFIGURED
fi

set_blockdevice_var

# Normalize instance parameters:

# It is possible that OCF_RESKEY_directory has one or even multiple trailing "/".
# But the output of `mount` and /proc/mounts do not.
if [ -z "$OCF_RESKEY_directory" ]; then
	if [ X$OP = "Xstart" -o $blockdevice = "no" ]; then
		ocf_exit_reason "Please specify the directory"
		exit $OCF_ERR_CONFIGURED 
	fi
else
	MOUNTPOINT=$(echo $OCF_RESKEY_directory | sed 's/\/*$//')
	: ${MOUNTPOINT:=/}
	# At this stage, $MOUNTPOINT does not contain trailing "/" unless it is "/"
	# TODO: / mounted via Filesystem sounds dangerous. On stop, we'll
	# kill the whole system. Is that a good idea?
fi

# Check to make sure the utilites are found
if [ "X${HOSTOS}" != "XOpenBSD" ];then
check_binary $MODPROBE
check_binary $FUSER
fi
check_binary $FSCK
check_binary $MOUNT
check_binary $UMOUNT

if [ "$OP" != "monitor" ]; then
	ocf_log info "Running $OP for $DEVICE on $MOUNTPOINT"
fi

case $OP in
	status) Filesystem_status
		exit $?
		;;
	monitor) Filesystem_monitor
		exit $?
		;;
	validate-all) Filesystem_validate_all
		exit $?
		;;
	stop) Filesystem_stop
		exit $?
		;;
esac

CLUSTERSAFE=0
is_option "ro" &&
	CLUSTERSAFE=2

case $FSTYPE in
nfs4|nfs|smbfs|cifs|none|gfs2|glusterfs|ceph|ocfs2|overlay|overlayfs|tmpfs)
	CLUSTERSAFE=1 # this is kind of safe too
	;;
# add here CLUSTERSAFE=0 for all filesystems which are not
# cluster aware and which, even if when mounted read-only,
# could still modify parts of it such as journal/metadata
ext4|ext4dev|ext3|reiserfs|reiser4|xfs|jfs)
	if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_force_clones"; then
		CLUSTERSAFE=2
	else
		CLUSTERSAFE=0 # these are not allowed
	fi
	;;
esac

if ocf_is_clone; then
	case $CLUSTERSAFE in
	0)
		ocf_exit_reason "DANGER! $FSTYPE on $DEVICE is NOT cluster-aware!"
		ocf_log err "DO NOT RUN IT AS A CLONE!"
		ocf_log err "Politely refusing to proceed to avoid data corruption."
		exit $OCF_ERR_CONFIGURED
		;;
	2)
		ocf_log warn "$FSTYPE on $DEVICE is NOT cluster-aware!"
		if ocf_is_true "$OCF_RESKEY_force_clones"; then
			ocf_log warn "But we'll let it run because we trust _YOU_ verified it's safe to do so."
		else
			ocf_log warn "But we'll let it run because it is mounted read-only."
			ocf_log warn "Please make sure that it's meta data is read-only too!"
		fi
		;;
	esac
fi

case $OP in
	start) Filesystem_start
		;;
	*) usage
		exit $OCF_ERR_UNIMPLEMENTED
		;;
	esac
exit $?