1: /*
   2: **  Sendmail
   3: **  Copyright (c) 1983  Eric P. Allman
   4: **  Berkeley, California
   5: **
   6: **  Copyright (c) 1983 Regents of the University of California.
   7: **  All rights reserved.  The Berkeley software License Agreement
   8: **  specifies the terms and conditions for redistribution.
   9: */
  10: 
  11: #ifndef lint
  12: static char SccsId[] = "@(#)err.c	5.7 (Berkeley) 11/22/85";
  13: #endif not lint
  14: 
  15: # include "sendmail.h"
  16: # include <errno.h>
  17: # include <netdb.h>
  18: 
  19: /*
  20: **  SYSERR -- Print error message.
  21: **
  22: **	Prints an error message via printf to the diagnostic
  23: **	output.  If LOG is defined, it logs it also.
  24: **
  25: **	Parameters:
  26: **		f -- the format string
  27: **		a, b, c, d, e -- parameters
  28: **
  29: **	Returns:
  30: **		none
  31: **		Through TopFrame if QuickAbort is set.
  32: **
  33: **	Side Effects:
  34: **		increments Errors.
  35: **		sets ExitStat.
  36: */
  37: 
  38: # ifdef lint
  39: int sys_nerr;
  40: char    *sys_errlist[];
  41: # endif lint
  42: char    MsgBuf[BUFSIZ*2];   /* text of most recent message */
  43: 
  44: /*VARARGS1*/
  45: syserr(fmt, a, b, c, d, e)
  46:     char *fmt;
  47: {
  48:     register char *p;
  49:     int olderrno = errno;
  50:     extern char Arpa_PSyserr[];
  51:     extern char Arpa_TSyserr[];
  52: 
  53:     /* format and output the error message */
  54:     if (olderrno == 0)
  55:         p = Arpa_PSyserr;
  56:     else
  57:         p = Arpa_TSyserr;
  58:     fmtmsg(MsgBuf, (char *) NULL, p, olderrno, fmt, a, b, c, d, e);
  59:     puterrmsg(MsgBuf);
  60: 
  61:     /* determine exit status if not already set */
  62:     if (ExitStat == EX_OK)
  63:     {
  64:         if (olderrno == 0)
  65:             ExitStat = EX_SOFTWARE;
  66:         else
  67:             ExitStat = EX_OSERR;
  68:     }
  69: 
  70: # ifdef LOG
  71:     if (LogLevel > 0)
  72:         syslog(LOG_CRIT, "%s: SYSERR: %s",
  73:             CurEnv->e_id == NULL ? "NOQUEUE" : CurEnv->e_id,
  74:             &MsgBuf[4]);
  75: # endif LOG
  76:     errno = 0;
  77:     if (QuickAbort)
  78:         longjmp(TopFrame, 2);
  79: }
  80: /*
  81: **  USRERR -- Signal user error.
  82: **
  83: **	This is much like syserr except it is for user errors.
  84: **
  85: **	Parameters:
  86: **		fmt, a, b, c, d -- printf strings
  87: **
  88: **	Returns:
  89: **		none
  90: **		Through TopFrame if QuickAbort is set.
  91: **
  92: **	Side Effects:
  93: **		increments Errors.
  94: */
  95: 
  96: /*VARARGS1*/
  97: usrerr(fmt, a, b, c, d, e)
  98:     char *fmt;
  99: {
 100:     extern char SuprErrs;
 101:     extern char Arpa_Usrerr[];
 102:     extern int errno;
 103: 
 104:     if (SuprErrs)
 105:         return;
 106: 
 107:     fmtmsg(MsgBuf, CurEnv->e_to, Arpa_Usrerr, errno, fmt, a, b, c, d, e);
 108:     puterrmsg(MsgBuf);
 109: 
 110:     if (QuickAbort)
 111:         longjmp(TopFrame, 1);
 112: }
 113: /*
 114: **  MESSAGE -- print message (not necessarily an error)
 115: **
 116: **	Parameters:
 117: **		num -- the default ARPANET error number (in ascii)
 118: **		msg -- the message (printf fmt) -- if it begins
 119: **			with a digit, this number overrides num.
 120: **		a, b, c, d, e -- printf arguments
 121: **
 122: **	Returns:
 123: **		none
 124: **
 125: **	Side Effects:
 126: **		none.
 127: */
 128: 
 129: /*VARARGS2*/
 130: message(num, msg, a, b, c, d, e)
 131:     register char *num;
 132:     register char *msg;
 133: {
 134:     errno = 0;
 135:     fmtmsg(MsgBuf, CurEnv->e_to, num, 0, msg, a, b, c, d, e);
 136:     putmsg(MsgBuf, FALSE);
 137: }
 138: /*
 139: **  NMESSAGE -- print message (not necessarily an error)
 140: **
 141: **	Just like "message" except it never puts the to... tag on.
 142: **
 143: **	Parameters:
 144: **		num -- the default ARPANET error number (in ascii)
 145: **		msg -- the message (printf fmt) -- if it begins
 146: **			with three digits, this number overrides num.
 147: **		a, b, c, d, e -- printf arguments
 148: **
 149: **	Returns:
 150: **		none
 151: **
 152: **	Side Effects:
 153: **		none.
 154: */
 155: 
 156: /*VARARGS2*/
 157: nmessage(num, msg, a, b, c, d, e)
 158:     register char *num;
 159:     register char *msg;
 160: {
 161:     errno = 0;
 162:     fmtmsg(MsgBuf, (char *) NULL, num, 0, msg, a, b, c, d, e);
 163:     putmsg(MsgBuf, FALSE);
 164: }
 165: /*
 166: **  PUTMSG -- output error message to transcript and channel
 167: **
 168: **	Parameters:
 169: **		msg -- message to output (in SMTP format).
 170: **		holdmsg -- if TRUE, don't output a copy of the message to
 171: **			our output channel.
 172: **
 173: **	Returns:
 174: **		none.
 175: **
 176: **	Side Effects:
 177: **		Outputs msg to the transcript.
 178: **		If appropriate, outputs it to the channel.
 179: **		Deletes SMTP reply code number as appropriate.
 180: */
 181: 
 182: putmsg(msg, holdmsg)
 183:     char *msg;
 184:     bool holdmsg;
 185: {
 186:     /* output to transcript if serious */
 187:     if (CurEnv->e_xfp != NULL && (msg[0] == '4' || msg[0] == '5'))
 188:         fprintf(CurEnv->e_xfp, "%s\n", msg);
 189: 
 190:     /* output to channel if appropriate */
 191:     if (!holdmsg && (Verbose || msg[0] != '0'))
 192:     {
 193:         (void) fflush(stdout);
 194:         if (OpMode == MD_SMTP || OpMode == MD_ARPAFTP)
 195:             fprintf(OutChannel, "%s\r\n", msg);
 196:         else
 197:             fprintf(OutChannel, "%s\n", &msg[4]);
 198:         (void) fflush(OutChannel);
 199:     }
 200: }
 201: /*
 202: **  PUTERRMSG -- like putmsg, but does special processing for error messages
 203: **
 204: **	Parameters:
 205: **		msg -- the message to output.
 206: **
 207: **	Returns:
 208: **		none.
 209: **
 210: **	Side Effects:
 211: **		Sets the fatal error bit in the envelope as appropriate.
 212: */
 213: 
 214: puterrmsg(msg)
 215:     char *msg;
 216: {
 217:     /* output the message as usual */
 218:     putmsg(msg, HoldErrs);
 219: 
 220:     /* signal the error */
 221:     Errors++;
 222:     if (msg[0] == '5')
 223:         CurEnv->e_flags |= EF_FATALERRS;
 224: }
 225: /*
 226: **  FMTMSG -- format a message into buffer.
 227: **
 228: **	Parameters:
 229: **		eb -- error buffer to get result.
 230: **		to -- the recipient tag for this message.
 231: **		num -- arpanet error number.
 232: **		en -- the error number to display.
 233: **		fmt -- format of string.
 234: **		a, b, c, d, e -- arguments.
 235: **
 236: **	Returns:
 237: **		none.
 238: **
 239: **	Side Effects:
 240: **		none.
 241: */
 242: 
 243: /*VARARGS5*/
 244: static
 245: fmtmsg(eb, to, num, eno, fmt, a, b, c, d, e)
 246:     register char *eb;
 247:     char *to;
 248:     char *num;
 249:     int eno;
 250:     char *fmt;
 251: {
 252:     char del;
 253: 
 254:     /* output the reply code */
 255:     if (isdigit(fmt[0]) && isdigit(fmt[1]) && isdigit(fmt[2]))
 256:     {
 257:         num = fmt;
 258:         fmt += 4;
 259:     }
 260:     if (num[3] == '-')
 261:         del = '-';
 262:     else
 263:         del = ' ';
 264:     (void) sprintf(eb, "%3.3s%c", num, del);
 265:     eb += 4;
 266: 
 267:     /* output the file name and line number */
 268:     if (FileName != NULL)
 269:     {
 270:         (void) sprintf(eb, "%s: line %d: ", FileName, LineNumber);
 271:         eb += strlen(eb);
 272:     }
 273: 
 274:     /* output the "to" person */
 275:     if (to != NULL && to[0] != '\0')
 276:     {
 277:         (void) sprintf(eb, "%s... ", to);
 278:         while (*eb != '\0')
 279:             *eb++ &= 0177;
 280:     }
 281: 
 282:     /* output the message */
 283:     (void) sprintf(eb, fmt, a, b, c, d, e);
 284:     while (*eb != '\0')
 285:         *eb++ &= 0177;
 286: 
 287:     /* output the error code, if any */
 288:     if (eno != 0)
 289:     {
 290:         extern char *errstring();
 291: 
 292:         (void) sprintf(eb, ": %s", errstring(eno));
 293:         eb += strlen(eb);
 294:     }
 295: }
 296: /*
 297: **  ERRSTRING -- return string description of error code
 298: **
 299: **	Parameters:
 300: **		errno -- the error number to translate
 301: **
 302: **	Returns:
 303: **		A string description of errno.
 304: **
 305: **	Side Effects:
 306: **		none.
 307: */
 308: 
 309: char *
 310: errstring(errno)
 311:     int errno;
 312: {
 313:     extern char *sys_errlist[];
 314:     extern int sys_nerr;
 315:     static char buf[100];
 316: # ifdef SMTP
 317:     extern char *SmtpPhase;
 318: # endif SMTP
 319: 
 320: # ifdef DAEMON
 321: # ifdef VMUNIX
 322:     /*
 323: 	**  Handle special network error codes.
 324: 	**
 325: 	**	These are 4.2/4.3bsd specific; they should be in daemon.c.
 326: 	*/
 327: 
 328:     switch (errno)
 329:     {
 330:       case ETIMEDOUT:
 331:       case ECONNRESET:
 332:         (void) strcpy(buf, sys_errlist[errno]);
 333:         if (SmtpPhase != NULL)
 334:         {
 335:             (void) strcat(buf, " during ");
 336:             (void) strcat(buf, SmtpPhase);
 337:         }
 338:         if (CurHostName != NULL)
 339:         {
 340:             (void) strcat(buf, " with ");
 341:             (void) strcat(buf, CurHostName);
 342:         }
 343:         return (buf);
 344: 
 345:       case EHOSTDOWN:
 346:         if (CurHostName == NULL)
 347:             break;
 348:         (void) sprintf(buf, "Host %s is down", CurHostName);
 349:         return (buf);
 350: 
 351:       case ECONNREFUSED:
 352:         if (CurHostName == NULL)
 353:             break;
 354:         (void) sprintf(buf, "Connection refused by %s", CurHostName);
 355:         return (buf);
 356: 
 357:       case (TRY_AGAIN+MAX_ERRNO):
 358:         (void) sprintf(buf, "Host Name Lookup Failure");
 359:         return (buf);
 360:     }
 361: # endif VMUNIX
 362: # endif DAEMON
 363: 
 364:     if (errno > 0 && errno < sys_nerr)
 365:         return (sys_errlist[errno]);
 366: 
 367:     (void) sprintf(buf, "Error %d", errno);
 368:     return (buf);
 369: }

Defined functions

errstring defined in line 309; used 8 times
fmtmsg defined in line 244; used 4 times
nmessage defined in line 157; used 3 times
puterrmsg defined in line 214; used 2 times
putmsg defined in line 182; used 3 times
syserr defined in line 45; used 804 times

Defined variables

MsgBuf defined in line 42; used 9 times
SccsId defined in line 12; never used
sys_errlist defined in line 40; used 3 times
sys_nerr defined in line 39; used 2 times
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