1: #include "parms.h"
   2: #include "structs.h"
   3: #include "newsgate.h"
   4: 
   5: #ifdef  FASTSEQ
   6: #include    <sys/types.h>
   7: #include    <sys/stat.h>
   8: #endif	FASTSEQ
   9: 
  10: #ifdef  RCSIDENT
  11: static char rcsid[] = "$Header: newsout.c,v 1.7.0.2 85/03/22 10:53:59 notes Rel $";
  12: #endif	RCSIDENT
  13: 
  14: /*
  15:  *	newsoutput - process a particular notesfile for updates
  16:  *	out to the news system.
  17:  *
  18:  *
  19:  *	Original Coding:	Ray Essick	April 1982
  20:  *	Modified to handle gateing for multiple systems better
  21:  *				Ray Essick	September 1982
  22:  */
  23: 
  24: newsout (nfname, backwards, usetime, verbosity)
  25: char   *nfname;
  26: {
  27:     struct io_f io;
  28:     struct note_f   note;
  29:     struct resp_f   rsprec;
  30:     struct when_f   whendump;               /* when we did this */
  31:     int     notenum,
  32:             respnum,
  33:             rdumped,
  34:             ndumped,                    /* number dumped */
  35:             roffset,
  36:             rblock;
  37:     char    basengroup[NNLEN];              /* hold newsgroup */
  38:     char    respngroup[NNLEN];              /* hold newsgroup */
  39:     FILE * log;
  40:     char    buf[CMDLEN];
  41:     char    ztime[DATELEN];
  42: 
  43: #ifdef  FASTSEQ
  44:     {
  45:     struct when_f   whenvec;
  46:     char    NoteFile[WDLEN];
  47:     struct stat StatBuf;
  48: 
  49:     if (nfname[0] == '/')               /* absolute pathname */
  50:     {
  51:         getlast (&io.stime, rindex (nfname, '/') + 1, usetime, Seqname);
  52:         sprintf (NoteFile, "%s/%s", nfname, TEXT);
  53:     }
  54:     else                        /* from Mstdir */
  55:     {
  56:         getlast (&io.stime, nfname, usetime, Seqname);
  57:         sprintf (NoteFile, "%s/%s/%s", Mstdir, nfname, TEXT);
  58:     }
  59:     if (stat (NoteFile, &StatBuf) >= 0)
  60:     {
  61:         maketime (&whenvec, (long) StatBuf.st_mtime);
  62:         if (inorder (&whenvec, &io.stime))
  63:         {
  64:         return (0);
  65:         }
  66:     }
  67:     }
  68: #endif	FASTSEQ
  69: 
  70:     if (init (&io, nfname) < 0)             /* open the bugger */
  71:     return (-1);
  72: 
  73:     if ((io.descr.d_stat & NETWRKD) == 0)       /* can we gate? */
  74:     {
  75:     closenf (&io);
  76:     printf ("%s must be networked to go to news!\n", nfname);
  77:     fflush (stdout);
  78:     return (-1);
  79:     }
  80: 
  81:     gettime (&whendump);                /* for seq. update */
  82:     getlast (&io.stime, io.nf, usetime, Seqname);   /* grab last time */
  83:     newsgroup (io.nf, basengroup, NFBASENEWS);      /* alias base notes */
  84:     newsgroup (io.nf, respngroup, NFRESPNEWS);      /* and responses */
  85: 
  86:     if (inorder (&io.descr.d_lastm, &io.stime))     /* no traffic */
  87:     {
  88: #ifdef  FASTSEQ
  89: /*
  90:  *	Update the timestamp so the next scan will catch the idle
  91:  *	notesfile in the FASTSEQ code.
  92:  */
  93:     fixlast (&whendump, io.nf, NORMSEQ, Seqname);   /* update sequencer */
  94: #endif	FASTSEQ
  95:     closenf (&io);                  /* cheap no-stats exit */
  96:     return (0);                 /* and out of here */
  97:     }
  98: 
  99:     ndumped = rdumped = 0;
 100:     notenum = 0;                    /* start at the top */
 101:     while ((notenum = nxtnote (&io, notenum, &io.stime)) != -1)
 102:     {
 103:     getnrec (&io, notenum, &note);          /* get descriptor */
 104:     respnum = 0;                    /* response chain */
 105:     if (inorder (&io.stime, &note.n_rcvd) == 0) /* been dumped */
 106:         goto doresps;
 107:     if ((note.n_stat & FRMNEWS) != 0)       /* it's been in news */
 108:         goto doresps;               /* dont send back! */
 109:     if ((note.n_stat & ORPHND) != 0)        /* no foster parents */
 110:         goto doresps;               /* go out */
 111:     if (!cansend (note.n_id.sys, sendclass))    /* can't send it */
 112:         goto doresps;               /* don't dump it */
 113: 
 114:     if (newsnote (&io, &note, notenum, basengroup, backwards) == -1)
 115:     {
 116:         sprintf (buf, "%s/%s/%s", Mstdir, UTILITY, NETLOG);
 117:         sprdate (&whendump, ztime);
 118:         x ((log = fopen (buf, "a")) == NULL, "newsout: no log file");
 119:         fprintf (log, "%s: Failed dumping note to NEWS for %s at %s\n",
 120:             nfname, note.n_id.sys, ztime);
 121:         fclose (log);
 122:         printf ("%s: Failed dumping note to NEWS for %s at %s\n",
 123:             nfname, note.n_id.sys, ztime);
 124:         fflush (stdout);
 125:     }
 126:                             /* dump it */
 127:     ndumped++;                  /* count */
 128: 
 129: doresps:                        /* process responses */
 130: 
 131: 
 132:     while ((respnum = nxtresp (&io, notenum, respnum, &io.stime)) != -1)
 133:     {
 134:         if (lrsp (&io, notenum, respnum, &rsprec, &roffset, &rblock) == -1)
 135:         break;                  /* bad chain */
 136:         if (rsprec.r_stat[roffset] & FRMNEWS)   /* its from there */
 137:         continue;               /* dont go back */
 138:         if (!cansend (rsprec.r_id[roffset].sys, sendclass))/* if can't then */
 139:         continue;               /* don't send it */
 140: 
 141:         if (newsresp (&io, &note, notenum, &rsprec, roffset,
 142:             respnum, respngroup, backwards) == -1)
 143:         {
 144:         sprintf (buf, "%s/%s/%s", Mstdir, UTILITY, NETLOG);
 145:         sprdate (&whendump, ztime);
 146:         x ((log = fopen (buf, "a")) == NULL, "newsout: no log file");
 147:         fprintf (log, "%s: Failed dumping note to NEWS for %s at %s\n",
 148:             nfname, rsprec.r_id[roffset].sys, ztime);
 149:         fclose (log);
 150:         printf ("%s: Failed dumping note to NEWS for %s at %s\n",
 151:             nfname, rsprec.r_id[roffset].sys, ztime);
 152:         fflush (stdout);
 153:         }
 154:         rdumped++;
 155: 
 156: 
 157:     }
 158:     }
 159: 
 160: /*
 161:  *	update the sequencer always.  This is fine if we did send
 162:  *	something for the system (and what we want to happen).
 163:  *	By updating even when we don't send news, we avoid having
 164:  *	to rescan those candidates we just looked at the next time.
 165:  *	Eg: Running newsoutput for a usually quiet site could get
 166:  *	very expensive if we didn't update this timestamp.
 167:  *
 168:  *	We catch the "idle notesfile" case earlier and leave
 169:  *	without scanning or updating if nothing of potential
 170:  *	interest has happened since the last run.
 171:  */
 172:     fixlast (&whendump, io.nf, NORMSEQ, Seqname);   /* update sequencer */
 173: 
 174:     if (ndumped + rdumped)              /* log dump */
 175:     {
 176:     sprintf (buf, "%s/%s/%s", Mstdir, UTILITY, NETLOG);
 177:     sprdate (&whendump, ztime);
 178:     x ((log = fopen (buf, "a")) == NULL, "newsout: missing log file");
 179:     fprintf (log, "%s: Send (%d,%d) to NEWS at %s\n",
 180:         nfname, ndumped, rdumped, ztime);
 181:     fclose (log);
 182:     printf ("%s: Send (%d,%d) to NEWS (%s and %s) at %s\n",
 183:         nfname, ndumped, rdumped,
 184:         basengroup, respngroup, ztime);
 185:     fflush (stdout);
 186:     }
 187: 
 188:     finish (&io);                   /* close shop here */
 189:     return 0;
 190: }
 191: 
 192: /*
 193:  *	cansend(system,sendclass)
 194:  *
 195:  *	check if we are gatewaying articles for the system named
 196:  *	in "whichsys".  Use the "sendclass" variable to check
 197:  *	against sending anyone (NEWS_ALLSEND bit)
 198:  *	If that doesn't qualify us, look through a list of
 199:  *	sitenames in the gatesysname[] array.
 200:  */
 201: 
 202: cansend (sysname, class)
 203: char   *sysname;
 204: int     class;
 205: {
 206:     int     i,
 207:             j,
 208:             k;
 209:     extern int  gatesyscount;               /* size of array */
 210:     extern char *gatesysnames[GATEMAX];         /* actual data */
 211: 
 212:     if (class & NEWS_ALLSEND)
 213:     return (1);                 /* sending any articles */
 214: 
 215:     /*
 216:      * This list should be sorted and we should do a binary search
 217:      * on the bugger....
 218:      */
 219:     for (i = 0; i < gatesyscount; i++)          /* look through table */
 220:     if (!strcmp (sysname, gatesysnames[i]))
 221:         return (1);                 /* find and dandy */
 222: 
 223:     return (0);                     /* anything else is nogo */
 224: }

Defined functions

cansend defined in line 202; used 2 times
newsout defined in line 24; used 1 times

Defined variables

rcsid defined in line 11; never used
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