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Commit c4812698 authored by Nick Mathewson's avatar Nick Mathewson 🐛 Committed by George Kadianakis

Remove long-obsolete members from the state file.

Tor has a feature to preserve unrecognized state file entries in
order to maintain forward compatibility.  But this feature, along
with some unused code that we never actually removed, led to us
keeping items that were of no use to the user, other than at worst
to preserve ancient information about them.

This commit adds a feature to remove obsolete entries when we load
the file.

Closes ticket 40137.
parent 2ceea131
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o Minor features (state):
- When loading the state file, remove entries from the statefile that
have been obsolete for a long time. Ordinarily Tor preserves
unrecognized entries in order to keep forward-compatibility, but
these statefile entries have not actually been used in any release
since before the 0.3.5.x. Closes ticket 40137.
......@@ -38,17 +38,11 @@ struct or_state_t {
uint64_t AccountingBytesAtSoftLimit;
uint64_t AccountingExpectedUsage;
/** A list of Entry Guard-related configuration lines. (pre-prop271) */
struct config_line_t *EntryGuards;
/** A list of guard-related configuration lines. (post-prop271) */
/** A list of guard-related configuration lines. */
struct config_line_t *Guard;
struct config_line_t *TransportProxies;
/** Cached revision counters for active hidden services on this host */
struct config_line_t *HidServRevCounter;
/** These fields hold information on the history of bandwidth usage for
* servers. The "Ends" fields hold the time when we last updated the
* bandwidth usage. The "Interval" fields hold the granularity, in seconds,
......
......@@ -58,16 +58,38 @@
/** A list of state-file "abbreviations," for compatibility. */
static config_abbrev_t state_abbrevs_[] = {
{ "AccountingBytesReadInterval", "AccountingBytesReadInInterval", 0, 0 },
{ "HelperNode", "EntryGuard", 0, 0 },
{ "HelperNodeDownSince", "EntryGuardDownSince", 0, 0 },
{ "HelperNodeUnlistedSince", "EntryGuardUnlistedSince", 0, 0 },
{ "EntryNode", "EntryGuard", 0, 0 },
{ "EntryNodeDownSince", "EntryGuardDownSince", 0, 0 },
{ "EntryNodeUnlistedSince", "EntryGuardUnlistedSince", 0, 0 },
{ NULL, NULL, 0, 0},
};
/** A list of obsolete keys that we do not and should not preserve.
*
* We could just let these live in ExtraLines indefinitely, but they're
* never going to be used again, and every version that used them
* has been obsolete for a long time.
* */
static const char *obsolete_state_keys[] = {
/* These were renamed in 0.1.1.11-alpha */
"AccountingBytesReadInterval",
"HelperNode",
"HelperNodeDownSince",
"HelperNodeUnlistedSince",
"EntryNode",
"HelperNodeDownSince",
"EntryNodeUnlistedSince",
/* These were replaced by "Guard" in 0.3.0.1-alpha. */
"EntryGuard",
"EntryGuardDownSince",
"EntryGuardUnlistedSince",
"EntryGuardAddedBy",
"EntryGuardPathBias",
"EntryGuardPathUseBias",
/* This was replaced by OPE-based revision numbers in 0.3.5.1-alpha,
* and was never actually used in a released version. */
"HidServRevCounter",
NULL,
};
/** dummy instance of or_state_t, used for type-checking its
* members with CONF_CHECK_VAR_TYPE. */
DUMMY_TYPECHECK_INSTANCE(or_state_t);
......@@ -91,19 +113,9 @@ static const config_var_t state_vars_[] = {
V(AccountingSoftLimitHitAt, ISOTIME, NULL),
V(AccountingBytesAtSoftLimit, MEMUNIT, NULL),
VAR("EntryGuard", LINELIST_S, EntryGuards, NULL),
VAR("EntryGuardDownSince", LINELIST_S, EntryGuards, NULL),
VAR("EntryGuardUnlistedSince", LINELIST_S, EntryGuards, NULL),
VAR("EntryGuardAddedBy", LINELIST_S, EntryGuards, NULL),
VAR("EntryGuardPathBias", LINELIST_S, EntryGuards, NULL),
VAR("EntryGuardPathUseBias", LINELIST_S, EntryGuards, NULL),
V(EntryGuards, LINELIST_V, NULL),
VAR("TransportProxy", LINELIST_S, TransportProxies, NULL),
V(TransportProxies, LINELIST_V, NULL),
V(HidServRevCounter, LINELIST, NULL),
V(BWHistoryReadEnds, ISOTIME, NULL),
V(BWHistoryReadInterval, POSINT, "900"),
V(BWHistoryReadValues, CSV, ""),
......@@ -475,6 +487,7 @@ or_state_load(void)
} else {
log_info(LD_GENERAL, "Initialized state");
}
or_state_remove_obsolete_lines(&new_state->ExtraLines);
if (or_state_set(new_state) == -1) {
or_state_save_broken(fname);
}
......@@ -494,6 +507,36 @@ or_state_load(void)
return r;
}
/** Remove from `extra_lines` every element whose key appears in
* `obsolete_state_keys`. */
STATIC void
or_state_remove_obsolete_lines(config_line_t **extra_lines)
{
/* make a strmap for the obsolete state names, so we can have O(1)
lookup. */
strmap_t *bad_keys = strmap_new();
for (unsigned i = 0; obsolete_state_keys[i] != NULL; ++i) {
strmap_set_lc(bad_keys, obsolete_state_keys[i], (void*)"rmv");
}
config_line_t **line = extra_lines;
while (*line) {
if (strmap_get_lc(bad_keys, (*line)->key) != NULL) {
/* This key is obsolete; remove it. */
config_line_t *victim = *line;
*line = (*line)->next;
victim->next = NULL; // prevent double-free.
config_free_lines(victim);
} else {
/* This is just an unrecognized key; keep it. */
line = &(*line)->next;
}
}
strmap_free(bad_keys, NULL);
}
/** Did the last time we tried to write the state file fail? If so, we
* should consider disabling such features as preemptive circuit generation
* to compute circuit-build-time. */
......
......@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@ STATIC void or_state_free_(or_state_t *state);
STATIC or_state_t *or_state_new(void);
struct config_mgr_t;
STATIC const struct config_mgr_t *get_state_mgr(void);
STATIC void or_state_remove_obsolete_lines(struct config_line_t **extra_lines);
#endif /* defined(STATEFILE_PRIVATE) */
#endif /* !defined(TOR_STATEFILE_H) */
......@@ -235,6 +235,7 @@ src_test_test_SOURCES += \
src/test/test_sendme.c \
src/test/test_shared_random.c \
src/test/test_socks.c \
src/test/test_statefile.c \
src/test/test_stats.c \
src/test/test_status.c \
src/test/test_storagedir.c \
......
......@@ -770,6 +770,7 @@ struct testgroup_t testgroups[] = {
{ "sendme/", sendme_tests },
{ "shared-random/", sr_tests },
{ "socks/", socks_tests },
{ "statefile/", statefile_tests },
{ "stats/", stats_tests },
{ "status/" , status_tests },
{ "storagedir/", storagedir_tests },
......
......@@ -187,6 +187,7 @@ extern struct testcase_t scheduler_tests[];
extern struct testcase_t sendme_tests[];
extern struct testcase_t socks_tests[];
extern struct testcase_t sr_tests[];
extern struct testcase_t statefile_tests[];
extern struct testcase_t stats_tests[];
extern struct testcase_t status_tests[];
extern struct testcase_t storagedir_tests[];
......
/* Copyright (c) 2001-2004, Roger Dingledine.
* Copyright (c) 2004-2006, Roger Dingledine, Nick Mathewson.
* Copyright (c) 2007-2020, The Tor Project, Inc. */
/* See LICENSE for licensing information */
#include "orconfig.h"
#define STATEFILE_PRIVATE
#include "core/or/or.h"
#include "lib/encoding/confline.h"
#include "app/config/statefile.h"
#include "test/test.h"
static void
test_statefile_remove_obsolete(void *arg)
{
(void)arg;
config_line_t *inp = NULL;
/* try empty config */
or_state_remove_obsolete_lines(&inp);
tt_assert(!inp);
/* try removing every line */
config_line_append(&inp, "EntryGuard", "doesn't matter");
config_line_append(&inp, "HidServRevCounter", "ignore");
config_line_append(&inp, "hidservrevcounter", "foobar"); // note case
or_state_remove_obsolete_lines(&inp);
tt_assert(!inp);
/* Now try removing a subset of lines. */
config_line_append(&inp, "EntryGuard", "doesn't matter");
config_line_append(&inp, "Guard", "in use");
config_line_append(&inp, "HidServRevCounter", "ignore");
config_line_append(&inp, "TorVersion", "this test doesn't care");
or_state_remove_obsolete_lines(&inp);
tt_assert(inp);
tt_str_op(inp->key, OP_EQ, "Guard");
tt_str_op(inp->value, OP_EQ, "in use");
tt_assert(inp->next);
tt_str_op(inp->next->key, OP_EQ, "TorVersion");
tt_str_op(inp->next->value, OP_EQ, "this test doesn't care");
tt_assert(! inp->next->next);
done:
config_free_lines(inp);
}
#define T(name) \
{ #name, test_statefile_##name, 0, NULL, NULL }
struct testcase_t statefile_tests[] = {
T(remove_obsolete),
END_OF_TESTCASES
};
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