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Revision 1.4, Mon Jul 27 07:36:19 2020 UTC (7 months ago) by jruoho
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: HEAD
Changes since 1.3: +4 -2 lines

Use the new "run_unsafe" atf_config_get() option also with a couple of other
tests that are known to be unsafe.

# $NetBSD: t_random_garbage.sh,v 1.4 2020/07/27 07:36:19 jruoho Exp $
#
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# by Jukka Ruohonen.
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getrint() {
	echo $(od -An -N2 -i /dev/urandom | sed 's/ //')
}

getrstr() {
	echo $(cat /dev/urandom | head -n 1 | base64)
}

write_garbage() {
	val=$(getrint)
	echo "Test $3: write to $1 opt $2 -> $val"
	ifconfig $1 $2 $val >/dev/null 2>&1
	val=$(getrstr)
	echo "Test $3: write to $1 opt $2 -> $val"
	ifconfig $1 $2 $val >/dev/null 2>&1
}

atf_test_case random_garbage
random_garbage_head() {
	atf_set "require.user" "root"
	atf_set "descr" "Test writing random garbage to " \
		"ifconfig(8) options (PR kern/55451)"
}

random_garbage_body() {

	# Please note:
	#
	# 1. As some drivers seem to have input validation issues, it may
	#    be possible that horrors are written directly to the hardware.
	#
	# 2. Even if the test passes, there is no easy way to restore
	#    the existing state/configuration of any given interface.
	#
	# Take care.
	#
	if ! [ $(atf_config_get "run_unsafe" "no") = "yes" ]; then
		atf_skip "The test is not safe (PR kern/55451)"
	fi

	opts="advbase advskew broadcast carpdev description \
	      media mediaopt -mediaopt mode instance metric mtu \
	      netmask state frag rts ssid nwid nwkey pass powersavesleep \
	      bssid chan tunnel session cookie pltime prefixlen linkstr \
	      vhid vlan vlanif -vlanif agrport -agrport vltime maxupd \
	      syncdev syncpeer"

	for i in $(ifconfig -l); do

		ifconfig $i up

		for o in $opts; do

			n=10

			while [ $n -gt 0 ]; do
				write_garbage $i $o $n
				n=$(expr $n - 1)
			done
		done
	done

	atf_pass
}

atf_init_test_cases() {
	atf_add_test_case random_garbage
}