Module: Yast::NetworkRoutinesInclude

Includes:
I18n, Logger, Yast
Defined in:
src/include/network/routines.rb

Constant Summary

Constants included from Yast

DNS, Host, Lan, LanItems, NetHwDetection, Routing

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from Yast

#lan_summary, #load_hosts, #settings

Instance Method Details

#AbortObject

Abort function


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 62

def Abort
  return false if Mode.commandline

  UI.PollInput == :abort
end

#add_pkgs_to_proposal(packages) ⇒ Object

Adds the packages to the software proposal to make sure they are available in the installed system


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 100

def add_pkgs_to_proposal(packages)
  log.info "Adding network packages to proposal: #{packages}"
  PackagesProposal.AddResolvables("network", :package, packages) unless packages.empty?
  :next
end

#ControllerType(hwdevice) ⇒ Object

Simple convertor from subclass to controller type.

Examples:

ControllerType() -> "eth"



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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 263

def ControllerType(hwdevice)
  hwdevice = deep_copy(hwdevice)
  return "modem" if Ops.get_string(hwdevice, "subclass", "") == "Modem"
  return "isdn" if Ops.get_string(hwdevice, "subclass", "") == "ISDN"
  return "dsl" if Ops.get_string(hwdevice, "subclass", "") == "DSL"

  subclass_id = Ops.get_integer(hwdevice, "sub_class_id", -1)

  # Network controller
  if Ops.get_integer(hwdevice, "class_id", -1) == 2
    case subclass_id
    when 0
      return "eth"
    when 1
      return "tr"
    when 2
      return "fddi"
    when 3
      return "atm"
    when 4
      return "isdn"
    when 6 ## Should be PICMG?
      return "ib"
    when 7
      return "ib"
    when 129
      return "myri"
    when 130
      return "wlan"
    when 131
      return "xp"
    when 134
      return "qeth"
    when 135
      return "hsi"
    when 136
      return "ctc"
    when 137
      return "lcs"
    when 142
      return "ficon"
    when 143
      return "escon"
    when 144
      return "iucv"
    when 145
      return "usb" # #22739
    when 128
      # Mellanox ConnectX-3 series badly uses the 128 sub class
      # Check for the specific known boards with bad subclass.
      #
      # Concerned devices are:
      # 15b3:1003 MT27500 Family [ConnectX-3]
      # 15b3:1004 MT27500/MT27520 Family [ConnectX-3/ConnectX-3 Pro Virtual Function]
      # 15b3:1007 MT27520 Family [ConnectX-3 Pro]
      if hwdevice["vendor_id"] == 71_091
        return "ib" if [69_635, 69_636, 69_639].include?(hwdevice["device_id"])
      end
      # Nothing was found
      Builtins.y2error("Unknown network controller type: %1", hwdevice)
      Builtins.y2error(
        "It's probably missing in hwinfo (NOT src/hd/hd.h:sc_net_if)"
      )
      return ""
    else
      # Nothing was found
      Builtins.y2error("Unknown network controller type: %1", hwdevice)
      return ""
    end
  end
  # exception for infiniband device
  if Ops.get_integer(hwdevice, "class_id", -1) == 12
    return "ib" if subclass_id == 6
  end

  # Communication controller
  if Ops.get_integer(hwdevice, "class_id", -1) == 7
    case subclass_id
    when 3
      return "modem"
    when 128
      # Nothing was found
      Builtins.y2error("Unknown network controller type: %1", hwdevice)
      Builtins.y2error(
        "It's probably missing in hwinfo (src/hd/hd.h:sc_net_if)"
      )
      return ""
    else
      # Nothing was found
      Builtins.y2error("Unknown network controller type: %1", hwdevice)
      return ""
    end
  # Network Interface
  # check the CVS history and then kill this code!
  # 0x107 is the output of hwinfo --network
  # which lists the INTERFACES
  # but we are inteested in hwinfo --netcard
  # Just make sure that hwinfo or ag_probe
  # indeed does not pass this to us
  elsif Ops.get_integer(hwdevice, "class_id", -1) == 263
    Builtins.y2milestone("CLASS 0x107") # this should happen rarely
    case subclass_id
    when 0
      return "lo"
    when 1
      return "eth"
    when 2
      return "tr"
    when 3
      return "fddi"
    when 4
      return "ctc"
    when 5
      return "iucv"
    when 6
      return "hsi"
    when 7
      return "qeth"
    when 8
      return "escon"
    when 9
      return "myri"
    when 10
      return "wlan"
    when 11
      return "xp"
    when 12
      return "usb"
    when 128
      # Nothing was found
      Builtins.y2error("Unknown network interface type: %1", hwdevice)
      Builtins.y2error(
        "It's probably missing in hwinfo (src/hd/hd.h:sc_net_if)"
      )
      return ""
    when 129
      return "sit"
    else
      # Nothing was found
      Builtins.y2error("Unknown network interface type: %1", hwdevice)
      return ""
    end
  elsif Ops.get_integer(hwdevice, "class_id", -1) == 258
    return "modem"
  elsif Ops.get_integer(hwdevice, "class_id", -1) == 259
    return "isdn"
  elsif Ops.get_integer(hwdevice, "class_id", -1) == 276
    return "dsl"
  end

  # Nothing was found
  Builtins.y2error("Unknown controller type: %1", hwdevice)
  ""
end

#dev_port(dev_name) ⇒ String

Dev port of the given interface from /sys/class/net/$dev_name/dev_port


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 729

def dev_port(dev_name)
  SCR.Read(
    path(".target.string"),
    "/sys/class/net/#{dev_name}/dev_port"
  ).to_s.strip
end

#dev_port?(dev_name) ⇒ boolean

Checks if the given interface exports its dev port via sysfs

See Also:


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 740

def dev_port?(dev_name)
  !dev_port(dev_name).empty?
end

#DeviceName(hwdevice) ⇒ Object

Extract the device 'name'


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 235

def DeviceName(hwdevice)
  device = hwdevice["device"] || ""
  return device if !device.empty?

  model = hwdevice["model"] || ""
  return model if !model.empty?

  vendor = hwdevice["sub_vendor"] || ""
  dev = hwdevice["sub_device"] || ""

  if vendor.empty? || dev.empty?
    vendor = hwdevice["vendor"] || ""
    dev = hwdevice["device"] || ""
  end

  "#{vendor} #{dev}".strip
end

#disable_unconfigureable_items(items, show_popup) ⇒ Object

Disables all widgets which cannot be configured with current network service

see bnc#433084 if listed any items, disable them, if show_popup, show warning popup

returns true if items were disabled


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 779

def disable_unconfigureable_items(items, show_popup)
  return false if !unconfigureable_service?

  items.each { |i| UI.ChangeWidget(Id(i), :Enabled, false) }

  if show_popup
    Popup.Warning(
      _(
        "Network is currently handled by NetworkManager\n" \
        "or completely disabled. YaST is unable to configure some options."
      )
    )
    UI.FakeUserInput("ID" => "global")
  end

  true
end

#DistinguishedName(name, hwdevice) ⇒ Object


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 220

def DistinguishedName(name, hwdevice)
  hwdevice = deep_copy(hwdevice)
  if Ops.get_string(hwdevice, "sysfs_bus_id", "") != ""
    return Builtins.sformat(
      "%1 (%2)",
      name,
      Ops.get_string(hwdevice, "sysfs_bus_id", "")
    )
  end
  name
end

#DriverType(type) ⇒ Object

For s390 hwinfo gives us a multitude of types but some are handled the same, mostly acording to the driver which is used. So let's group them under the name Driver Type.


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 177

def DriverType(type)
  drvtype = type
  # handle HSI like qeth, S#40692#c15
  if type == "hsi"
    drvtype = "qeth"
  # Should eth occur on s390?
  elsif type == "tr" || type == "eth"
    drvtype = "lcs"
  # N#82891
  elsif type == "escon" || type == "ficon"
    drvtype = "ctc"
  end
  drvtype
end

#has_carrier?(dev_name) ⇒ boolean

Checks if given device has carrier


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 699

def has_carrier?(dev_name)
  SCR.Read(
    path(".target.string"),
    "/sys/class/net/#{dev_name}/carrier"
  ).to_i != 0
end

#initialize_network_routines(_include_target) ⇒ Object


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 38

def initialize_network_routines(_include_target)
  Yast.import "UI"

  textdomain "network"

  Yast.import "Popup"
  Yast.import "Progress"
  Yast.import "String"
  Yast.import "NetworkService"
  Yast.import "NetworkInterfaces"
  Yast.import "Arch"
  Yast.import "Confirm"
  Yast.import "Map"
  Yast.import "Netmask"
  Yast.import "Mode"
  Yast.import "IP"
  Yast.import "TypeRepository"
  Yast.import "Stage"
  Yast.import "PackagesProposal"
  Yast.import "Report"
end

#IsEmpty(value) ⇒ Object

Checks if given value is emtpy.


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 161

def IsEmpty(value)
  value = deep_copy(value)
  TypeRepository.IsEmpty(value)
end

#IsNotEmpty(value) ⇒ Object

Checks if given value is non emtpy.


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 167

def IsNotEmpty(value)
  value = deep_copy(value)
  !IsEmpty(value)
end

#PackagesInstall(packages) ⇒ Object

Check if required packages are installed and install them if they're not


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 109

def PackagesInstall(packages)
  packages = deep_copy(packages)
  return :next if packages == []

  log.info "Checking packages: #{packages}"

  # bnc#888130 In inst-sys, there is no RPM database to check
  # If the required package is part of the inst-sys, it will work,
  # if not, package can't be installed anyway
  #
  # Ideas:
  # - check /.packages.* for presence of the required package
  # - use `extend` to load the required packages on-the-fly
  return :next if Stage.initial

  Yast.import "Package"
  return :next if Package.InstalledAll(packages)

  # Popup text
  text = _("These packages need to be installed:") + "<p>"
  Builtins.foreach(packages) do |l|
    text = Ops.add(text, Builtins.sformat("%1<br>", l))
  end
  Builtins.y2debug("Installing packages: %1", text)

  ret = false
  loop do
    ret = Package.InstallAll(packages)
    break if ret == true

    if ret == false && Package.InstalledAll(packages)
      ret = true
      break
    end

    # Popup text
    if !Popup.YesNo(
      _(
        "The required packages are not installed.\n" \
          "The configuration will be aborted.\n" \
          "\n" \
          "Try again?\n"
      ) + "\n"
    )
      break
    end
  end

  ret == true ? :next : :abort
end

#phy_connected?(dev_name) ⇒ boolean

Checks if device is physically connected to a network

It does neccessary steps which might be needed for proper initialization of devices driver.


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 750

def phy_connected?(dev_name)
  return true if has_carrier?(dev_name)

  # SetLinkUp ensures that driver is loaded
  SetLinkUp(dev_name)

  # Wait for driver initialization if needed. bnc#876848
  # 5 secs is minimum proposed by sysconfig guys for intel drivers.
  #
  # For a discussion regarding this see
  # https://github.com/yast/yast-network/pull/202
  sleep(5)

  has_carrier?(dev_name)
end

#physical_port_id(dev_name) ⇒ String

With NPAR and SR-IOV capabilities, one device could divide a ethernet port in various. If the driver module support it, we can check the phys port id via sysfs reading the /sys/class/net/$dev_name/phys_port_id


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 712

def physical_port_id(dev_name)
  SCR.Read(
    path(".target.string"),
    "/sys/class/net/#{dev_name}/phys_port_id"
  ).to_s.strip
end

#physical_port_id?(dev_name) ⇒ boolean

Returns true if the physical port id is not empty

See Also:


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 721

def physical_port_id?(dev_name)
  !physical_port_id(dev_name).empty?
end

#PollAbortObject

Check for pending Abort press


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 70

def PollAbort
  UI.PollInput == :abort
end

#ProgressNextStage(title) ⇒ Object

Progress::NextStage and Progress::Title combined into one function


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 89

def ProgressNextStage(title)
  Progress.NextStage
  Progress.Title(title)

  nil
end

#ReadHardware(hwtype) ⇒ Object

Read HW information


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 421

def ReadHardware(hwtype)
  hardware = []

  Builtins.y2debug("hwtype=%1", hwtype)

  # Confirmation: label text (detecting hardware: xxx)
  return [] if !confirmed_detection(hwtype)

  # read the corresponding hardware
  allcards = []
  if hwtypes[hwtype]
    allcards = Convert.to_list(SCR.Read(hwtypes[hwtype]))
  elsif hwtype == "all" || hwtype.nil? || hwtype.empty?
    Builtins.maplist(
      Convert.convert(
        Map.Values(hwtypes),
        from: "list",
        to:   "list <path>"
      )
    ) do |v|
      allcards = Builtins.merge(allcards, Convert.to_list(SCR.Read(v)))
    end
  else
    Builtins.y2error("unknown hwtype: %1", hwtype)
    return []
  end

  if allcards.nil?
    Builtins.y2error("hardware detection failure")
    return []
  end

  # #97540
  bms = Convert.to_string(SCR.Read(path(".etc.install_inf.BrokenModules")))
  bms = "" if bms.nil?
  broken_modules = Builtins.splitstring(bms, " ")

  # fill in the hardware data
  num = 0
  Builtins.maplist(
    Convert.convert(allcards, from: "list", to: "list <map>")
  ) do |card|
    # common stuff
    resource = Ops.get_map(card, "resource", {})
    controller = ControllerType(card)

    one = {}
    one["name"] = DeviceName(card)
    # Temporary solution for s390: #40587
    one["name"] = DistinguishedName(one["name"], card) if Arch.s390
    one["type"] = controller
    one["udi"] = card["udi"] || ""
    one["sysfs_id"] = card["sysfs_id"] || ""
    one["dev_name"] = card["dev_name"] || ""
    one["requires"] = card["requires"] || []
    one["modalias"] = card["modalias"] || ""
    one["unique"] = card["unique_key"] || ""
    # driver option needs for (bnc#412248)
    one["driver"] = card["driver"] || ""
    # Each card remembers its position in the list of _all_ cards.
    # It is used when selecting the card from the list of _unconfigured_
    # ones (which may be smaller). #102945.
    one["num"] = num

    case controller
      # modem
    when "modem"
      one["device_name"] = card["dev_name"] || ""
      one["drivers"] = card["drivers"] || []

      speed = Ops.get_integer(resource, ["baud", 0, "speed"], 57_600)
      # :-) have to check .probe and libhd if this confusion is
      # really necessary. maybe a pppd bug too? #148893
      speed = 57_600 if speed == 12_000_000

      one["speed"] = speed
      one["init1"] = Ops.get_string(resource, ["init_strings", 0, "init1"], "")
      one["init2"] = Ops.get_string(resource, ["init_strings", 0, "init2"], "")
      one["pppd_options"] = Ops.get_string(resource, ["pppd_option", 0, "option"], "")

      # isdn card
    when "isdn"
      drivers = card["isdn"] || []
      one["drivers"] = drivers
      one["sel_drv"] = 0
      one["bus"] = card["bus"] || ""
      one["io"] = Ops.get_integer(resource, ["io", 0, "start"], 0)
      one["irq"] = Ops.get_integer(resource, ["irq", 0, "irq"], 0)

      # dsl card
    when "dsl"
      driver_info = Ops.get_map(card, ["dsl", 0], {})
      translate_mode = { "capiadsl" => "capi-adsl", "pppoe" => "pppoe" }
      m = driver_info["mode"] || ""
      one["pppmode"] = translate_mode[m] || m

      # treat the rest as a network card
    else
      # drivers:
      # Although normally there is only one module
      # (one=$[active:, module:, options:,...]), the generic
      # situation is: one or more driver variants (exclusive),
      # each having one or more modules (one[drivers])

      # only drivers that are not marked as broken (#97540)
      drivers = Builtins.filter(Ops.get_list(card, "drivers", [])) do |d|
        # ignoring more modules per driver...
        module0 = Ops.get_list(d, ["modules", 0], []) # [module, options]
        brk = broken_modules.include?(module0[0])

        if brk
          Builtins.y2milestone("In BrokenModules, skipping: %1", module0)
        end

        !brk
      end

      if drivers == []
        Builtins.y2milestone("No good drivers found")
      else
        one["drivers"] = drivers

        driver = drivers[0] || {}
        one["active"] = driver["active"] || false
        module0 = Ops.get_list(driver, ["modules", 0], [])
        one["module"] = module0[0] || ""
        one["options"] = module0[1] || ""
      end

      # FIXME: this should be also done for modems and others
      # FIXME: #13571
      hp = card["hotplug"] || ""
      if hp == "pcmcia" || hp == "cardbus"
        one["hotplug"] = "pcmcia"
      elsif hp == "usb"
        one["hotplug"] = "usb"
      end

      # store the BUS type
      bus = card["bus_hwcfg"] || card["bus"] || ""

      if bus == "PCI"
        bus = "pci"
      elsif bus == "USB"
        bus = "usb"
      elsif bus == "Virtual IO"
        bus = "vio"
      end

      one["bus"] = bus
      one["busid"] = card["sysfs_bus_id"] || ""
      if one["busid"].start_with?("virtio")
        one["parent_busid"] = one["sysfs_id"].split("/")[-2]
      end
      one["mac"] = Ops.get_string(resource, ["hwaddr", 0, "addr"], "")
      one["permanent_mac"] = Ops.get_string(resource, ["phwaddr", 0, "addr"], "")
      # is the cable plugged in? nil = don't know
      one["link"] = Ops.get(resource, ["link", 0, "state"])

      # Wireless Card Features
      one["wl_channels"] = Ops.get(resource, ["wlan", 0, "channels"])
      one["wl_bitrates"] = Ops.get(resource, ["wlan", 0, "bitrates"])
      one["wl_auth_modes"] = Ops.get(resource, ["wlan", 0, "auth_modes"])
      one["wl_enc_modes"] = Ops.get(resource, ["wlan", 0, "enc_modes"])
    end

    if controller != "" && !filter_out(card, one["module"])
      Builtins.y2debug("found device: %1", one)

      Ops.set(hardware, Builtins.size(hardware), one)
      num += 1
    else
      Builtins.y2milestone("Filtering out: %1", card)
    end
  end

  # if there is wlan, put it to the front of the list
  # that's because we want it proposed and currently only one card
  # can be proposed
  found = false
  i = 0
  Builtins.foreach(hardware) do |h|
    if h["type"] == "wlan"
      found = true
      raise Break
    end
    i += 1
  end

  if found
    temp = hardware[0] || {}
    hardware[0] = hardware[i]
    hardware[i] = temp
    # adjust mapping: #98852, #102945
    Ops.set(hardware, [0, "num"], 0)
    Ops.set(hardware, [i, "num"], i)
  end

  Builtins.y2debug("Hardware=%1", hardware)
  deep_copy(hardware)
end

#ReallyAbortObject

If modified, ask for confirmation


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 76

def ReallyAbort
  Popup.ReallyAbort(true)
end

#ReallyAbortCond(modified) ⇒ Object

If modified, ask for confirmation


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 83

def ReallyAbortCond(modified)
  !modified || Popup.ReallyAbort(true)
end

#Run(command) ⇒ Object

Run an external command on the target machine and check if it was successful. Remember to always use a full path for the command and to quote the arguments. Using shellescape() is recommended.


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 668

def Run(command)
  if !command.lstrip.start_with?("/")
    log.warn("Command does not have an absolute path: #{command}")
  end
  ret = SCR.Execute(path(".target.bash"), command).zero?

  Builtins.y2error("Run <%1>: Command execution failed.", command) if !ret

  ret
end

#RunAndRead(command) ⇒ Object


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 631

def RunAndRead(command)
  if !command.lstrip.start_with?("/")
    log.warn("Command does not have an absolute path: #{command}")
  end
  ret = { "exit" => false, "output" => [] }
  result = Convert.to_map(SCR.Execute(path(".target.bash_output"), command))
  output = Ops.get_string(result, "stdout", "")

  if Builtins.regexpmatch(output, ".*\n$")
    output = Builtins.substring(
      output,
      0,
      Ops.subtract(Builtins.size(output), 1)
    )
  end

  Ops.set(ret, "output", Builtins.splitstring(output, "\n"))
  Ops.set(ret, "exit", Ops.get_integer(result, "exit", 1) == 0)

  if Ops.get_boolean(ret, "exit", false) == false ||
      IsEmpty(Ops.get_string(result, "stderr", "")) == false
    Builtins.y2error(
      "RunAndRead <%1>: Command execution failed.\n%2",
      command,
      Ops.get_string(result, "stderr", "")
    )
  end

  deep_copy(ret)
end

#s390_device_needs_persistent_mac(sysfs_id, hardware) ⇒ Object


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 199

def s390_device_needs_persistent_mac(sysfs_id, hardware)
  hardware = deep_copy(hardware)
  card_type = sysfs_card_type(sysfs_id, hardware)
  types_needing_persistent = [
    "OSD_100",
    "OSD_1000",
    "OSD_10GIG",
    "OSD_FE_LANE",
    "OSD_GbE_LANE",
    "OSD_Express"
  ]
  needs_persistent = Builtins.contains(types_needing_persistent, card_type)
  Builtins.y2milestone(
    "Sysfs Device: %1, card type: %2, needs persistent MAC: %3",
    sysfs_id,
    card_type,
    needs_persistent
  )
  needs_persistent
end

#SetIfaceDown(dev_name) ⇒ Object

Calls wicked ifdown with the given interface


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 691

def SetIfaceDown(dev_name)
  log.info("Setting interface #{dev_name} down")
  Run("/sbin/ifdown #{dev_name.shellescape}")
end

#SetLinkUp(dev_name) ⇒ Object

Wrapper to call 'ip link set up' with the given interface


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 683

def SetLinkUp(dev_name)
  log.info("Setting link up for interface #{dev_name}")
  Run("/sbin/ip link set #{dev_name.shellescape} up")
end

#sysfs_card_type(sysfs_id, _hardware) ⇒ Object


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 192

def sysfs_card_type(sysfs_id, _hardware)
  return "none" if sysfs_id == ""
  filename = Ops.add(Ops.add("/sys", sysfs_id), "/card_type")
  card_type = Convert.to_string(SCR.Read(path(".target.string"), filename))
  String.FirstChunk(card_type, "\n")
end

#unconfigureable_service?Boolean


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 766

def unconfigureable_service?
  return true if Mode.normal && NetworkService.is_network_manager
  return true if NetworkService.is_disabled

  false
end

#ValidNicName(name) ⇒ Object

Validates given name for use as a nic name in sysconfig. See bnc#784952


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# File 'src/include/network/routines.rb', line 254

def ValidNicName(name)
  # 16 is the kernel limit on interface name size (IFNAMSIZ)
  !(name =~ /^[[:alnum:]._:-]{1,15}\z/).nil?
end