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core: split up "starting" manager state into "initializing" and "starting"
authorLennart Poettering <lennart@poettering.net>
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 16:07:18 +0000 (18:07 +0200)
committerLennart Poettering <lennart@poettering.net>
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 16:10:31 +0000 (18:10 +0200)
We'll stay in "initializing" until basic.target has reached, at which
point we will enter "starting".

This is preparation so that we can change the startip timeout to only
apply to the first phase of startup, not the full procedure.

src/core/cgroup.c
src/core/manager.c
src/core/manager.h

index 9248cb5..6c6e4f5 100644 (file)
@@ -300,7 +300,7 @@ void cgroup_context_apply(CGroupContext *c, CGroupControllerMask mask, const cha
                 char buf[MAX(DECIMAL_STR_MAX(unsigned long), DECIMAL_STR_MAX(usec_t)) + 1];
 
                 sprintf(buf, "%lu\n",
-                        state == MANAGER_STARTING && c->startup_cpu_shares != (unsigned long) -1 ? c->startup_cpu_shares :
+                        IN_SET(state, MANAGER_STARTING, MANAGER_INITIALIZING) && c->startup_cpu_shares != (unsigned long) -1 ? c->startup_cpu_shares :
                         c->cpu_shares != (unsigned long) -1 ? c->cpu_shares : 1024);
                 r = cg_set_attribute("cpu", path, "cpu.shares", buf);
                 if (r < 0)
@@ -328,7 +328,7 @@ void cgroup_context_apply(CGroupContext *c, CGroupControllerMask mask, const cha
                 CGroupBlockIODeviceBandwidth *b;
 
                 if (!is_root) {
-                        sprintf(buf, "%lu\n", state == MANAGER_STARTING && c->startup_blockio_weight != (unsigned long) -1 ? c->startup_blockio_weight :
+                        sprintf(buf, "%lu\n", IN_SET(state, MANAGER_STARTING, MANAGER_INITIALIZING) && c->startup_blockio_weight != (unsigned long) -1 ? c->startup_blockio_weight :
                                 c->blockio_weight != (unsigned long) -1 ? c->blockio_weight : 1000);
                         r = cg_set_attribute("blkio", path, "blkio.weight", buf);
                         if (r < 0)
index 7639aee..9abdf47 100644 (file)
@@ -2837,7 +2837,7 @@ static bool manager_get_show_status(Manager *m) {
         if (m->no_console_output)
                 return false;
 
-        if (!IN_SET(manager_state(m), MANAGER_STARTING, MANAGER_STOPPING))
+        if (!IN_SET(manager_state(m), MANAGER_INITIALIZING, MANAGER_STARTING, MANAGER_STOPPING))
                 return false;
 
         if (m->show_status > 0)
@@ -2928,8 +2928,14 @@ ManagerState manager_state(Manager *m) {
         assert(m);
 
         /* Did we ever finish booting? If not then we are still starting up */
-        if (!dual_timestamp_is_set(&m->finish_timestamp))
+        if (!dual_timestamp_is_set(&m->finish_timestamp)) {
+
+                u = manager_get_unit(m, SPECIAL_BASIC_TARGET);
+                if (!u || !UNIT_IS_ACTIVE_OR_RELOADING(unit_active_state(u)))
+                        return MANAGER_INITIALIZING;
+
                 return MANAGER_STARTING;
+        }
 
         /* Is the special shutdown target queued? If so, we are in shutdown state */
         u = manager_get_unit(m, SPECIAL_SHUTDOWN_TARGET);
@@ -2955,6 +2961,7 @@ ManagerState manager_state(Manager *m) {
 }
 
 static const char *const manager_state_table[_MANAGER_STATE_MAX] = {
+        [MANAGER_INITIALIZING] = "initializing",
         [MANAGER_STARTING] = "starting",
         [MANAGER_RUNNING] = "running",
         [MANAGER_DEGRADED] = "degraded",
index 7d26c3a..8e3c146 100644 (file)
@@ -38,6 +38,7 @@
 typedef struct Manager Manager;
 
 typedef enum ManagerState {
+        MANAGER_INITIALIZING,
         MANAGER_STARTING,
         MANAGER_RUNNING,
         MANAGER_DEGRADED,