1: /*
   2:  * Copyright (c) 1985,1989 Regents of the University of California.
   3:  * All rights reserved.
   4:  *
   5:  * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted provided
   6:  * that: (1) source distributions retain this entire copyright notice and
   7:  * comment, and (2) distributions including binaries display the following
   8:  * acknowledgement:  ``This product includes software developed by the
   9:  * University of California, Berkeley and its contributors'' in the
  10:  * documentation or other materials provided with the distribution and in
  11:  * all advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software.
  12:  * Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors may
  13:  * be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without
  14:  * specific prior written permission.
  15:  * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
  16:  * WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
  17:  * MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
  18:  */
  19: 
  20: #if !defined(lint) && defined(DOSCCS)
  21: static char sccsid[] = "@(#)subr.c	5.22 (Berkeley) 8/3/90";
  22: #endif
  23: 
  24: /*
  25:  *******************************************************************************
  26:  *
  27:  *  subr.c --
  28:  *
  29:  *	Miscellaneous subroutines for the name server
  30:  *	lookup program.
  31:  *
  32:  *	Copyright (c) 1985
  33:  *	Andrew Cherenson
  34:  *	U.C. Berkeley
  35:  *	CS298-26  Fall 1985
  36:  *
  37:  *******************************************************************************
  38:  */
  39: 
  40: #include <sys/types.h>
  41: #include <netdb.h>
  42: #include <sys/socket.h>
  43: #include <netinet/in.h>
  44: #include <arpa/nameser.h>
  45: #include <arpa/inet.h>
  46: #include <signal.h>
  47: #include <setjmp.h>
  48: #include <stdio.h>
  49: #include <string.h>
  50: #include "res.h"
  51: 
  52: 
  53: 
  54: /*
  55:  *******************************************************************************
  56:  *
  57:  *  IntrHandler --
  58:  *
  59:  *	This routine is called whenever a control-C is typed.
  60:  *	It performs three main functions:
  61:  *	 - closes an open socket connection,
  62:  *	 - closes an open output file (used by LookupHost, et al.),
  63:  *	 - jumps back to the main read-eval loop.
  64:  *
  65:  *	If a user types a ^C in the middle of a routine that uses a socket,
  66:  *	the routine would not be able to close the socket. To prevent an
  67:  *	overflow of the process's open file table, the socket and output
  68:  *	file descriptors are closed by the interrupt handler.
  69:  *
  70:  *  Side effects:
  71:  *	Open file descriptors are closed.
  72:  *	If filePtr is valid, it is closed.
  73:  *	Flow of control returns to the main() routine.
  74:  *
  75:  *******************************************************************************
  76:  */
  77: 
  78: #ifdef SVR3
  79: void
  80: #else
  81: int
  82: #endif
  83: IntrHandler()
  84: {
  85:     extern jmp_buf env;
  86: #if defined(BSD) && BSD >= 199006
  87:     extern FILE *yyin;      /* scanner input file */
  88:     extern void yyrestart();    /* routine to restart scanner after interrupt */
  89: #endif
  90: 
  91:     SendRequest_close();
  92:     ListHost_close();
  93:     if (filePtr != NULL && filePtr != stdout) {
  94:     fclose(filePtr);
  95:     filePtr = NULL;
  96:     }
  97:     printf("\n");
  98: #if defined(BSD) && BSD >= 199006
  99:     yyrestart(yyin);
 100: #endif
 101:     longjmp(env, 1);
 102: }
 103: 
 104: 
 105: /*
 106:  *******************************************************************************
 107:  *
 108:  *  Malloc --
 109:  *  Calloc --
 110:  *
 111:  *      Calls the malloc library routine with SIGINT blocked to prevent
 112:  *	corruption of malloc's data structures. We need to do this because
 113:  *	a control-C doesn't kill the program -- it causes a return to the
 114:  *	main command loop.
 115:  *
 116:  *	NOTE: This method doesn't prevent the pointer returned by malloc
 117:  *	from getting lost, so it is possible to get "core leaks".
 118:  *
 119:  *	If malloc fails, the program exits.
 120:  *
 121:  *  Results:
 122:  *	(address)	- address of new buffer.
 123:  *
 124:  *******************************************************************************
 125:  */
 126: 
 127: char *
 128: Malloc(size)
 129:     int size;
 130: {
 131:     char    *ptr;
 132: 
 133: #ifdef SYSV
 134: #ifdef SVR3
 135:     sighold(SIGINT);
 136:     ptr = malloc((unsigned) size);
 137:     sigrelse(SIGINT);
 138: #else
 139:     { int (*old)();
 140:       old = signal(SIGINT, SIG_IGN);
 141:       ptr = malloc((unsigned) size);
 142:       signal(SIGINT, old);
 143:     }
 144: #endif
 145: #else
 146:     { long saveMask;
 147:       saveMask = sigblock(sigmask(SIGINT));
 148:       ptr = (char *)malloc((unsigned) size);
 149:       (void) sigsetmask(saveMask);
 150:     }
 151: #endif
 152:     if (ptr == NULL) {
 153:     fflush(stdout);
 154:     fprintf(stderr, "*** Can't allocate memory\n");
 155:     fflush(stderr);
 156:     abort();
 157:     /*NOTREACHED*/
 158:     } else {
 159:     return(ptr);
 160:     }
 161: }
 162: 
 163: char *
 164: Calloc(num, size)
 165:     register int num, size;
 166: {
 167:     char *ptr = Malloc(num*size);
 168:     bzero(ptr, num*size);
 169:     return(ptr);
 170: }
 171: 
 172: 
 173: /*
 174:  *******************************************************************************
 175:  *
 176:  *  PrintHostInfo --
 177:  *
 178:  *	Prints out the HostInfo structure for a host.
 179:  *
 180:  *******************************************************************************
 181:  */
 182: 
 183: void
 184: PrintHostInfo(file, title, hp)
 185:     FILE    *file;
 186:     char    *title;
 187:     register HostInfo *hp;
 188: {
 189:     register char       **cp;
 190:     register ServerInfo **sp;
 191:     char            comma;
 192:     int         i;
 193: 
 194:     fprintf(file, "%-7s  %s", title, hp->name);
 195: 
 196:     if (hp->addrList != NULL) {
 197:         if (hp->addrList[1] != NULL) {
 198:         fprintf(file, "\nAddresses:");
 199:         } else {
 200:         fprintf(file, "\nAddress:");
 201:         }
 202:         comma = ' ';
 203:         i = 0;
 204:         for (cp = hp->addrList; cp && *cp; cp++) {
 205:         i++;
 206:         if (i > 4) {
 207:             fprintf(file, "\n\t");
 208:             comma = ' ';
 209:             i = 0;
 210:         }
 211:         fprintf(file,"%c %s", comma, inet_ntoa(*(struct in_addr *)*cp));
 212:         comma = ',';
 213:         }
 214:     }
 215: 
 216:     if (hp->aliases != NULL) {
 217:         fprintf(file, "\nAliases:");
 218:         comma = ' ';
 219:         i = 10;
 220:         for (cp = hp->aliases; cp && *cp && **cp; cp++) {
 221:         i += strlen(*cp) + 2;
 222:         if (i > 75) {
 223:             fprintf(file, "\n\t");
 224:             comma = ' ';
 225:             i = 10;
 226:         }
 227:         fprintf(file, "%c %s", comma, *cp);
 228:         comma = ',';
 229:         }
 230:     }
 231: 
 232:     if (hp->servers != NULL) {
 233:         fprintf(file, "\nServed by:\n");
 234:         for (sp = hp->servers; *sp != NULL ; sp++) {
 235: 
 236:         fprintf(file, "- %s\n\t",  (*sp)->name);
 237: 
 238:         comma = ' ';
 239:         i = 0;
 240:         for (cp = (*sp)->addrList; cp && *cp && **cp; cp++) {
 241:             i++;
 242:             if (i > 4) {
 243:             fprintf(file, "\n\t");
 244:             comma = ' ';
 245:             i = 0;
 246:             }
 247:             fprintf(file,
 248:             "%c %s", comma, inet_ntoa(*(struct in_addr *)*cp));
 249:             comma = ',';
 250:         }
 251:         fprintf(file, "\n\t");
 252: 
 253:         comma = ' ';
 254:         i = 10;
 255:         for (cp = (*sp)->domains; cp && *cp && **cp; cp++) {
 256:             i += strlen(*cp) + 2;
 257:             if (i > 75) {
 258:             fprintf(file, "\n\t");
 259:             comma = ' ';
 260:             i = 10;
 261:             }
 262:             fprintf(file, "%c %s", comma, *cp);
 263:             comma = ',';
 264:         }
 265:         fprintf(file, "\n");
 266:         }
 267:     }
 268: 
 269:     fprintf(file, "\n\n");
 270: }
 271: 
 272: /*
 273:  *******************************************************************************
 274:  *
 275:  *  OpenFile --
 276:  *
 277:  *	Parses a command string for a file name and opens
 278:  *	the file.
 279:  *
 280:  *  Results:
 281:  *	file pointer	- the open was successful.
 282:  *	NULL		- there was an error opening the file or
 283:  *			  the input string was invalid.
 284:  *
 285:  *******************************************************************************
 286:  */
 287: 
 288: FILE *
 289: OpenFile(string, file)
 290:     char *string;
 291:     char *file;
 292: {
 293:     char    *redirect;
 294:     FILE    *tmpPtr;
 295: 
 296:     /*
 297: 	 *  Open an output file if we see '>' or >>'.
 298: 	 *  Check for overwrite (">") or concatenation (">>").
 299: 	 */
 300: 
 301:     redirect = strchr(string, '>');
 302:     if (redirect == NULL) {
 303:         return(NULL);
 304:     }
 305:     if (redirect[1] == '>') {
 306:         sscanf(redirect, ">> %s", file);
 307:         tmpPtr = fopen(file, "a+");
 308:     } else {
 309:         sscanf(redirect, "> %s", file);
 310:         tmpPtr = fopen(file, "w");
 311:     }
 312: 
 313:     if (tmpPtr != NULL) {
 314:         redirect[0] = '\0';
 315:     }
 316: 
 317:     return(tmpPtr);
 318: }
 319: 
 320: /*
 321:  *******************************************************************************
 322:  *
 323:  *  DecodeError --
 324:  *
 325:  *	Converts an error code into a character string.
 326:  *
 327:  *******************************************************************************
 328:  */
 329: 
 330: char *
 331: DecodeError(result)
 332:     int result;
 333: {
 334:     switch (result) {
 335:         case NOERROR:   return("Success"); break;
 336:         case FORMERR:   return("Format error"); break;
 337:         case SERVFAIL:  return("Server failed"); break;
 338:         case NXDOMAIN:  return("Non-existent domain"); break;
 339:         case NOTIMP:    return("Not implemented"); break;
 340:         case REFUSED:   return("Query refused"); break;
 341:         case NOCHANGE:  return("No change"); break;
 342:         case TIME_OUT:  return("Timed out"); break;
 343:         case NO_INFO:   return("No information"); break;
 344:         case ERROR:     return("Unspecified error"); break;
 345:         case NONAUTH:   return("Non-authoritative answer"); break;
 346:         case NO_RESPONSE:   return("No response from server"); break;
 347:         default:        break;
 348:     }
 349:     return("BAD ERROR VALUE");
 350: }
 351: 
 352: 
 353: int
 354: StringToClass(class, dflt)
 355:     char *class;
 356:     int dflt;
 357: {
 358:     if (strcasecmp(class, "IN") == 0)
 359:         return(C_IN);
 360:     if (strcasecmp(class, "HESIOD") == 0 ||
 361:         strcasecmp(class, "HS") == 0)
 362:         return(C_HS);
 363:     if (strcasecmp(class, "CHAOS") == 0)
 364:         return(C_CHAOS);
 365:     if (strcasecmp(class, "ANY") == 0)
 366:         return(C_ANY);
 367:     fprintf(stderr, "unknown query class: %s\n", class);
 368:     return(dflt);
 369: }
 370: 
 371: 
 372: /*
 373:  *******************************************************************************
 374:  *
 375:  *  StringToType --
 376:  *
 377:  *	Converts a string form of a query type name to its
 378:  *	corresponding integer value.
 379:  *
 380:  *******************************************************************************
 381:  */
 382: 
 383: int
 384: StringToType(type, dflt)
 385:     char *type;
 386:     int dflt;
 387: {
 388:     if (strcasecmp(type, "A") == 0)
 389:         return(T_A);
 390:     if (strcasecmp(type, "NS") == 0)
 391:         return(T_NS);           /* authoritative server */
 392:     if (strcasecmp(type, "MX") == 0)
 393:         return(T_MX);           /* mail exchanger */
 394:     if (strcasecmp(type, "CNAME") == 0)
 395:         return(T_CNAME);        /* canonical name */
 396:     if (strcasecmp(type, "SOA") == 0)
 397:         return(T_SOA);          /* start of authority zone */
 398:     if (strcasecmp(type, "MB") == 0)
 399:         return(T_MB);           /* mailbox domain name */
 400:     if (strcasecmp(type, "MG") == 0)
 401:         return(T_MG);           /* mail group member */
 402:     if (strcasecmp(type, "MR") == 0)
 403:         return(T_MR);           /* mail rename name */
 404:     if (strcasecmp(type, "WKS") == 0)
 405:         return(T_WKS);          /* well known service */
 406:     if (strcasecmp(type, "PTR") == 0)
 407:         return(T_PTR);          /* domain name pointer */
 408:     if (strcasecmp(type, "HINFO") == 0)
 409:         return(T_HINFO);        /* host information */
 410:     if (strcasecmp(type, "MINFO") == 0)
 411:         return(T_MINFO);        /* mailbox information */
 412:     if (strcasecmp(type, "AXFR") == 0)
 413:         return(T_AXFR);         /* zone transfer */
 414:     if (strcasecmp(type, "MAILA") == 0)
 415:         return(T_MAILA);        /* mail agent */
 416:     if (strcasecmp(type, "MAILB") == 0)
 417:         return(T_MAILB);        /* mail box */
 418:     if (strcasecmp(type, "ANY") == 0)
 419:         return(T_ANY);          /* matches any type */
 420:     if (strcasecmp(type, "UINFO") == 0)
 421:         return(T_UINFO);        /* user info */
 422:     if (strcasecmp(type, "UID") == 0)
 423:         return(T_UID);          /* user id */
 424:     if (strcasecmp(type, "GID") == 0)
 425:         return(T_GID);          /* group id */
 426:     if (strcasecmp(type, "TXT") == 0)
 427:         return(T_TXT);          /* text */
 428:     fprintf(stderr, "unknown query type: %s\n", type);
 429:     return(dflt);
 430: }
 431: 
 432: /*
 433:  *******************************************************************************
 434:  *
 435:  *  DecodeType --
 436:  *
 437:  *	Converts a query type to a descriptive name.
 438:  *	(A more verbose form of p_type.)
 439:  *
 440:  *
 441:  *******************************************************************************
 442:  */
 443: 
 444: static  char nbuf[20];
 445: 
 446: char *
 447: DecodeType(type)
 448:     int type;
 449: {
 450:     switch (type) {
 451:     case T_A:
 452:         return("address");
 453:     case T_NS:
 454:         return("name server");
 455:     case T_CNAME:
 456:         return("canonical name");
 457:     case T_SOA:
 458:         return("start of authority");
 459:     case T_MB:
 460:         return("mailbox");
 461:     case T_MG:
 462:         return("mail group member");
 463:     case T_MR:
 464:         return("mail rename");
 465:     case T_NULL:
 466:         return("null");
 467:     case T_WKS:
 468:         return("well-known service");
 469:     case T_PTR:
 470:         return("domain name pointer");
 471:     case T_HINFO:
 472:         return("host information");
 473:     case T_MINFO:
 474:         return("mailbox information");
 475:     case T_MX:
 476:         return("mail exchanger");
 477:     case T_TXT:
 478:         return("text");
 479:     case T_UINFO:
 480:         return("user information");
 481:     case T_UID:
 482:         return("user ID");
 483:     case T_GID:
 484:         return("group ID");
 485:     case T_AXFR:
 486:         return("zone transfer");
 487:     case T_MAILB:
 488:         return("mailbox-related data");
 489:     case T_MAILA:
 490:         return("mail agent");
 491:     case T_ANY:
 492:         return("\"any\"");
 493:     default:
 494:         (void) sprintf(nbuf, "%d", type);
 495:         return (nbuf);
 496:     }
 497: }

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IntrHandler defined in line 79; used 3 times

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nbuf defined in line 444; used 2 times
sccsid defined in line 21; never used
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