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udevadm: test - remove --force option
[elogind.git] / extras / rule_generator / write_net_rules
index b25ecfd..cb34675 100644 (file)
 # variables used to communicate:
 #   MATCHADDR             MAC address used for the match
 #   MATCHID               bus_id used for the match
 # variables used to communicate:
 #   MATCHADDR             MAC address used for the match
 #   MATCHID               bus_id used for the match
+#   MATCHDEVID            dev_id used for the match
 #   MATCHDRV              driver name used for the match
 #   MATCHIFTYPE           interface type match
 #   COMMENT               comment to add to the generated rule
 #   INTERFACE_NAME        requested name supplied by external tool
 #   INTERFACE_NEW         new interface name returned by rule writer
 
 #   MATCHDRV              driver name used for the match
 #   MATCHIFTYPE           interface type match
 #   COMMENT               comment to add to the generated rule
 #   INTERFACE_NAME        requested name supplied by external tool
 #   INTERFACE_NEW         new interface name returned by rule writer
 
+# debug, if UDEV_LOG=<debug>
+if [ -n "$UDEV_LOG" ]; then
+       if [ "$UDEV_LOG" -ge 7 ]; then
+               set -x
+       fi
+fi
+
 RULES_FILE='/etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules'
 
 . /lib/udev/rule_generator.functions
 RULES_FILE='/etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules'
 
 . /lib/udev/rule_generator.functions
@@ -47,9 +55,10 @@ write_rule() {
        if [ "$PRINT_HEADER" ]; then
                PRINT_HEADER=
                echo "# This file was automatically generated by the $0"
        if [ "$PRINT_HEADER" ]; then
                PRINT_HEADER=
                echo "# This file was automatically generated by the $0"
-               echo "# program run by the persistent-net-generator.rules rules file."
+               echo "# program, run by the persistent-net-generator.rules rules file."
                echo "#"
                echo "#"
-               echo "# You can modify it, as long as you keep each rule on a single line."
+               echo "# You can modify it, as long as you keep each rule on a single"
+               echo "# line, and change only the value of the NAME= key."
        fi
 
        echo ""
        fi
 
        echo ""
@@ -78,6 +87,10 @@ if [ "$MATCHDRV" ]; then
        match="$match, DRIVERS==\"$MATCHDRV\""
 fi
 
        match="$match, DRIVERS==\"$MATCHDRV\""
 fi
 
+if [ "$MATCHDEVID" ]; then
+       match="$match, ATTR{dev_id}==\"$MATCHDEVID\""
+fi
+
 if [ "$MATCHID" ]; then
        match="$match, KERNELS==\"$MATCHID\""
 fi
 if [ "$MATCHID" ]; then
        match="$match, KERNELS==\"$MATCHID\""
 fi
@@ -88,9 +101,13 @@ fi
 
 if [ -z "$match" ]; then
        echo "missing valid match" >&2
 
 if [ -z "$match" ]; then
        echo "missing valid match" >&2
+       unlock_rules_file
        exit 1
 fi
 
        exit 1
 fi
 
+basename=${INTERFACE%%[0-9]*}
+match="$match, KERNEL==\"$basename*\""
+
 if [ "$INTERFACE_NAME" ]; then
        # external tools may request a custom name
        COMMENT="$COMMENT (custom name provided by external tool)"
 if [ "$INTERFACE_NAME" ]; then
        # external tools may request a custom name
        COMMENT="$COMMENT (custom name provided by external tool)"
@@ -100,7 +117,6 @@ if [ "$INTERFACE_NAME" ]; then
        fi
 else
        # if a rule using the current name already exists, find a new name
        fi
 else
        # if a rule using the current name already exists, find a new name
-       basename=${INTERFACE%%[0-9]*}
        if interface_name_taken; then
                INTERFACE="$basename$(find_next_available "$basename[0-9]*")"
                echo "INTERFACE_NEW=$INTERFACE"
        if interface_name_taken; then
                INTERFACE="$basename$(find_next_available "$basename[0-9]*")"
                echo "INTERFACE_NEW=$INTERFACE"