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/* system/core/include/logwrap/logwrap.h
* Copyright 2013, The Android Open Source Project
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
* distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
* limitations under the License.
#ifndef __LIBS_LOGWRAP_H
#define __LIBS_LOGWRAP_H
#include <stdbool.h>
#include <stdint.h>
* Run a command while logging its stdout and stderr
* WARNING: while this function is running it will clear all SIGCHLD handlers
* if you rely on SIGCHLD in the caller there is a chance zombies will be
* created if you're not calling waitpid after calling this. This function will
* log a warning when it clears SIGCHLD for processes other than the child it
* created.
* Arguments:
* argc: the number of elements in argv
* argv: an array of strings containing the command to be executed and its
* arguments as separate strings. argv does not need to be
* NULL-terminated
* status: the equivalent child status as populated by wait(status). This
* value is only valid when logwrap successfully completes. If NULL
* the return value of the child will be the function's return value.
* ignore_int_quit: set to true if you want to completely ignore SIGINT and
* SIGQUIT while logwrap is running. This may force the end-user to
* send a signal twice to signal the caller (once for the child, and
* once for the caller)
* log_target: Specify where to log the output of the child, either LOG_NONE,
* LOG_ALOG (for the Android system log), LOG_KLOG (for the kernel
* log), or LOG_FILE (and you need to specify a pathname in the
* file_path argument, otherwise pass NULL). These are bit fields,
* and can be OR'ed together to log to multiple places.
* abbreviated: If true, capture up to the first 100 lines and last 4K of
* output from the child. The abbreviated output is not dumped to
* the specified log until the child has exited.
* file_path: if log_target has the LOG_FILE bit set, then this parameter
* must be set to the pathname of the file to log to.
* unused_opts: currently unused.
* unused_opts_len: currently unused.
* Return value:
* 0 when logwrap successfully run the child process and captured its status
* -1 when an internal error occurred
* -ECHILD if status is NULL and the child didn't exit properly
* the return value of the child if it exited properly and status is NULL
/* Values for the log_target parameter android_fork_execvp_ext() */
#define LOG_NONE 0
#define LOG_ALOG 1
#define LOG_KLOG 2
#define LOG_FILE 4
// TODO: Remove unused_opts / unused_opts_len in a followup change.
int android_fork_execvp_ext(int argc, char* argv[], int *status, bool ignore_int_quit,
int log_target, bool abbreviated, char *file_path, void* unused_opts,
int unused_opts_len);
/* Similar to above, except abbreviated logging is not available, and if logwrap
* is true, logging is to the Android system log, and if false, there is no
* logging.
static inline int android_fork_execvp(int argc, char* argv[], int *status,
bool ignore_int_quit, bool logwrap)
return android_fork_execvp_ext(argc, argv, status, ignore_int_quit,
(logwrap ? LOG_ALOG : LOG_NONE), false, NULL,
NULL, 0);
#endif /* __LIBS_LOGWRAP_H */