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#
# sapdb.sh - for systems having SAPHostAgent installed
# (sourced by SAPDatabase)
#
# Description:	This code is separated from the SAPDatabase agent to
#               introduce new functions for systems which having
#               SAPHostAgent installed.
#               Someday it might be merged back into SAPDatabase agein.
#
# Author:       Alexander Krauth, September 2010
# Support:      linux@sap.com
# License:      GNU General Public License (GPL)
# Copyright:    (c) 2010, 2012 Alexander Krauth
#


#
# background_check_saphostexec : Run a request to saphostexec in a separate task, to be able to react to a hanging process
#
background_check_saphostexec() {
  timeout=600
  count=0

  $SAPHOSTCTRL -function ListDatabases >/dev/null 2>&1 &
  pid=$!

  while kill -0 $pid > /dev/null 2>&1
  do
    sleep 0.1
    count=$(( $count + 1 ))
    if [ $count -ge $timeout ]; then
      kill -9 $pid >/dev/null 2>&1
      ocf_log warn "saphostexec did not respond to the method 'ListDatabases' within 60 seconds"
      return $OCF_ERR_GENERIC                # Timeout
    fi
  done

  # child has already finished, now evaluate its returncode
  wait $pid
}

#
# cleanup_saphostexec : make sure to cleanup the SAPHostAgent in case of any
#                       misbehavior
#
cleanup_saphostexec() {
  pkill -9 -f "$SAPHOSTEXEC"
  pkill -9 -f "$SAPHOSTSRV"
  oscolpid=$(pgrep -f "$SAPHOSTOSCOL")      # we check saposcol pid, because it
                                            # might not run under control of
                                            # saphostexec

  # cleanup saposcol shared memory, otherwise it will not start again
  if [ -n "$oscolpid" ];then
    kill -9 $oscolpid
    oscolipc=$(ipcs -m | grep "4dbe " | awk '{print $2}')
    if [ -n "$oscolipc" ]; then
      ipcrm -m $oscolipc
    fi
  fi

  # removing the unix domain socket file as it might have wrong permissions or
  # ownership - it will be recreated by saphostexec during next start
  [ -r /tmp/.sapstream1128 ] && rm -f /tmp/.sapstream1128
}

#
# check_saphostexec : Before using saphostctrl we make sure that the
#                     saphostexec is running on the current node.
#
check_saphostexec() {
  chkrc=$OCF_SUCCESS
  running=$(pgrep -f "$SAPHOSTEXEC" | wc -l)

  if [ $running -gt 0 ]; then
    if background_check_saphostexec; then
      return $OCF_SUCCESS
    else
      ocf_log warn "saphostexec did not respond to the method 'ListDatabases' correctly (rc=$?), it will be killed now"
      running=0
    fi
  fi

  if [ $running -eq 0 ]; then
    ocf_log warn "saphostexec is not running on node `hostname`, it will be started now"
    cleanup_saphostexec
    output=`$SAPHOSTEXEC -restart 2>&1`

    # now make sure the daemon has been started and is able to respond
    srvrc=1
    while [ $srvrc -ne 0 ] && [ "$(pgrep -f "$SAPHOSTEXEC" | wc -l)" -gt 0 ]
    do
      sleep 1
      background_check_saphostexec
      srvrc=$?
    done

    if [ $srvrc -eq 0 ]
    then
      ocf_log info "saphostexec on node $(hostname) was restarted !"
      chkrc=$OCF_SUCCESS
    else
      ocf_log error "saphostexec on node $(hostname) could not be started! - $output"
      chkrc=$OCF_ERR_GENERIC
    fi
  fi

  return $chkrc
}


#
# sapdatabase_start : Start the SAP database
#
sapdatabase_start() {

  check_saphostexec
  rc=$?

  if [ $rc -eq $OCF_SUCCESS ]
  then
    sapuserexit PRE_START_USEREXIT "$OCF_RESKEY_PRE_START_USEREXIT"

    DBINST=""
    if [ -n "$OCF_RESKEY_DBINSTANCE" ]
    then
      DBINST="-dbinstance $OCF_RESKEY_DBINSTANCE "
    fi
    FORCE=""
    if ocf_is_true $OCF_RESKEY_AUTOMATIC_RECOVER
    then
      FORCE="-force"
    fi
    DBOSUSER=""
    if [ -n "$OCF_RESKEY_DBOSUSER" ]
    then
      DBOSUSER="-dbuser $OCF_RESKEY_DBOSUSER "
    fi
    output=`$SAPHOSTCTRL -function StartDatabase -dbname $SID -dbtype $DBTYPE $DBINST $DBOSUSER $FORCE -service`

    sapdatabase_monitor 1
    rc=$?

    if [ $rc -eq 0 ]
    then
      ocf_log info "SAP database $SID started: $output"
      rc=$OCF_SUCCESS

      sapuserexit POST_START_USEREXIT "$OCF_RESKEY_POST_START_USEREXIT"
    else
      ocf_log err "SAP database $SID start failed: $output"
      rc=$OCF_ERR_GENERIC
    fi
  fi

  return $rc
}

#
# sapdatabase_stop: Stop the SAP database
#
sapdatabase_stop() {

  check_saphostexec
  rc=$?

  if [ $rc -eq $OCF_SUCCESS ]
  then
    sapuserexit PRE_STOP_USEREXIT "$OCF_RESKEY_PRE_STOP_USEREXIT"

    DBINST=""
    if [ -n "$OCF_RESKEY_DBINSTANCE" ]
    then
      DBINST="-dbinstance $OCF_RESKEY_DBINSTANCE "
    fi
    DBOSUSER=""
    if [ -n "$OCF_RESKEY_DBOSUSER" ]
    then
      DBOSUSER="-dbuser $OCF_RESKEY_DBOSUSER "
    fi
    output=`$SAPHOSTCTRL -function StopDatabase -dbname $SID -dbtype $DBTYPE $DBINST $DBOSUSER -force -service`

    if [ $? -eq 0 ]
    then
      ocf_log info "SAP database $SID stopped: $output"
      rc=$OCF_SUCCESS
    else
      ocf_log err "SAP database $SID stop failed: $output"
      rc=$OCF_ERR_GENERIC
    fi
  fi

  sapuserexit POST_STOP_USEREXIT "$OCF_RESKEY_POST_STOP_USEREXIT"

  return $rc
}


#
# sapdatabase_monitor: Can the given database instance do anything useful?
#
sapdatabase_monitor() {
  strict=$1
  rc=$OCF_SUCCESS

  if ! ocf_is_true $strict
  then
    sapdatabase_status
    rc=$?
  else
    check_saphostexec
    rc=$?

    if [ $rc -eq $OCF_SUCCESS ]
    then
      count=0

      DBINST=""
      if [ -n "$OCF_RESKEY_DBINSTANCE" ]
      then
        DBINST="-dbinstance $OCF_RESKEY_DBINSTANCE "
      fi
      if [ -n "$OCF_RESKEY_DBOSUSER" ]
      then
        DBOSUSER="-dbuser $OCF_RESKEY_DBOSUSER "
      fi
      output=`$SAPHOSTCTRL -function GetDatabaseStatus -dbname $SID -dbtype $DBTYPE $DBINST $DBOSUSER`

      # we have to parse the output, because the returncode doesn't tell anything about the instance status
      for SERVICE in `echo "$output" | grep -i 'Component[ ]*Name *[:=] [A-Za-z][A-Za-z0-9_]* (' | sed 's/^.*Component[ ]*Name *[:=] *\([A-Za-z][A-Za-z0-9_]*\).*$/\1/i'`
      do
        COLOR=`echo "$output" | grep -i "Component[ ]*Name *[:=] *$SERVICE (" | sed 's/^.*Status *[:=] *\([A-Za-z][A-Za-z0-9_]*\).*$/\1/i' | uniq`
        STATE=0

        case $COLOR in
          Running)       STATE=$OCF_SUCCESS;;
          *)             STATE=$OCF_NOT_RUNNING;;
        esac

        SEARCH=`echo "$OCF_RESKEY_MONITOR_SERVICES" | sed 's/\+/\\\+/g' | sed 's/\./\\\./g'`
        if [ `echo "$SERVICE" | egrep -c "$SEARCH"` -eq 1 ]
        then
            if [ $STATE -eq $OCF_NOT_RUNNING ]
            then
              ocf_log err "SAP database service $SERVICE is not running with status $COLOR !"
              rc=$STATE
            fi
            count=1
        fi
      done

      if [ $count -eq 0 -a $rc -eq $OCF_SUCCESS ]
      then
        ocf_log err "The resource does not run any services which this RA could monitor!"
        rc=$OCF_ERR_ARGS
      fi

      if [ $rc -ne $OCF_SUCCESS ]
      then
        ocf_log err "The SAP database $SID is not running: $output"
      fi
    fi
  fi
  return $rc
}


#
# sapdatabase_status: Are there any database processes on this host ?
#
sapdatabase_status() {
  sid=`echo $SID | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]'`

  SUSER=${OCF_RESKEY_DBOSUSER:-""}

  case $DBTYPE in
    ADA) SEARCH="$SID/db/pgm/kernel"
         [ -z "$SUSER" ] && SUSER=`grep "^SdbOwner" /etc/opt/sdb | awk -F'=' '{print $2}'`
         SNUM=2
         ;;
    ORA) DBINST=${OCF_RESKEY_DBINSTANCE}
          DBINST=${OCF_RESKEY_DBINSTANCE:-${SID}}
          SEARCH="ora_[a-z][a-z][a-z][a-z]_$DBINST"

          if [ -z "$SUSER" ]; then
            id "oracle" > /dev/null 2> /dev/null && SUSER="oracle"
            id "ora${sid}" > /dev/null 2> /dev/null && SUSER="${SUSER:+${SUSER},}ora${sid}"
          fi

          SNUM=4
         ;;
    DB6) SEARCH="db2[a-z][a-z][a-z]"
         [ -z "$SUSER" ] && SUSER="db2${sid}"
         SNUM=2
         ;;
    SYB) SEARCH="dataserver"
         [ -z "$SUSER" ] && SUSER="syb${sid}"
         SNUM=1
		 ;;
    HDB) SEARCH="hdb[a-z]*server"
         [ -z "$SUSER" ] && SUSER="${sid}adm"
         SNUM=1
		 ;;
  esac

  [ -z "$SUSER" ] && return $OCF_ERR_INSTALLED

  cnt=`ps -u $SUSER -o args 2> /dev/null | grep -v grep | grep -c $SEARCH`
  [ $cnt -ge $SNUM ] && return $OCF_SUCCESS
  return $OCF_NOT_RUNNING
}


#
# sapdatabase_recover:
#
sapdatabase_recover() {
  OCF_RESKEY_AUTOMATIC_RECOVER=1
  sapdatabase_stop
  sapdatabase_start
}


#
# sapdatabase_validate: Check the semantics of the input parameters
#
sapdatabase_validate() {
  rc=$OCF_SUCCESS
  if [ `echo "$SID" | grep -c '^[A-Z][A-Z0-9][A-Z0-9]$'` -ne 1 ]
  then
    ocf_log err "Parsing parameter SID: '$SID' is not a valid system ID!"
    rc=$OCF_ERR_ARGS
  fi

  case "$DBTYPE" in
   ORA|ADA|DB6|SYB|HDB) ;;
   *) ocf_log err "Parsing parameter DBTYPE: '$DBTYPE' is not a supported database type!"
      rc=$OCF_ERR_ARGS ;;
  esac

  return $rc
}

#
# sapdatabase_init: initialize global variables at the beginning
#
sapdatabase_init() {
OCF_RESKEY_AUTOMATIC_RECOVER_default=0
: ${OCF_RESKEY_AUTOMATIC_RECOVER=${OCF_RESKEY_AUTOMATIC_RECOVER_default}}

if [ -z "$OCF_RESKEY_MONITOR_SERVICES" ]
then
  case $DBTYPE in
    ORA) export OCF_RESKEY_MONITOR_SERVICES="Instance|Database|Listener"
         ;;
    ADA) export OCF_RESKEY_MONITOR_SERVICES="Database"
         ;;
    DB6) db2sid="db2`echo $SID | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]'`"
         export OCF_RESKEY_MONITOR_SERVICES="${SID}|${db2sid}"
         ;;
    SYB) export OCF_RESKEY_MONITOR_SERVICES="Server"
         ;;
    HDB) export OCF_RESKEY_MONITOR_SERVICES="hdbindexserver"
         ;;
  esac
fi
}