layerscape: use wrapped nand_do_upgrade for traverse-ls1043 boards
authorMathew McBride <matt@traverse.com.au>
Mon, 4 Mar 2019 05:05:27 +0000 (16:05 +1100)
committerHauke Mehrtens <hauke@hauke-m.de>
Sun, 10 Mar 2019 16:48:23 +0000 (17:48 +0100)
Traverse LS1043 boards are set up with a dual-system layout, rootfs{1,2} and kernel{1,2}.
nand_do_upgrade can do the image replacement work we were doing before as long as we give it the partition names.
This greatly simplifies the /lib/upgrade/platform.sh.

Signed-off-by: Mathew McBride <matt@traverse.com.au>
target/linux/layerscape/base-files/lib/upgrade/platform.sh

index 9cc960a..1c92499 100644 (file)
@@ -1,6 +1,7 @@
+
 #!/bin/sh
 #
-# Copyright 2015-2018 Traverse Technologies
+# Copyright 2015-2019 Traverse Technologies
 #
 platform_do_upgrade_traverse_nandubi() {
        bootsys=$(fw_printenv bootsys | awk -F= '{{print $2}}')
@@ -8,60 +9,25 @@ platform_do_upgrade_traverse_nandubi() {
        if [ "$bootsys" -eq "2" ]; then
                newbootsys=1
        fi
-       mkdir -p /tmp/image
-       cd /tmp/image
-       get_image "$1" > image.tar
-       ls -la image.tar
-       files=$(tar -tf image.tar)
-       echo "Files in image:"
-       echo $files
-       for f in $files
-       do
-               part_name=$(echo $f | awk -F '/' '{{print $2}}')
-               if [ -z "$part_name" ] || [ "$part_name" = "CONTROL" ]; then
-                       continue
-               fi
-
-               [ "$part_name" = "root" ] && part_name="rootfs"
 
-               volume=$part_name
-               if [ "$part_name" = "kernel" ] || [ "$part_name" = "rootfs" ]; then
-                       volume="${part_name}${newbootsys}"
-               fi
-               volume_id=$(ubinfo -d 0 --name $volume | awk '/Volume ID/ {print $3}')
-               file_size=$(tar -tvf image.tar $f | awk '{{print $3}}')
-               echo "$f size $file_size"
-               tar -xOf image.tar $f | ubiupdatevol -s $file_size /dev/ubi0_$volume_id -
-               
-               echo "$volume upgraded"
-       done
+       # If nand_do_upgrade succeeds, we don't have an opportunity to add any actions of
+       # our own, so do it here and set back on failure
+       echo "Setting bootsys to #${newbootsys}"
        fw_setenv bootsys $newbootsys
-       echo "Upgrade complete"
-}
-platform_copy_config() {
-       bootsys=$(fw_printenv bootsys | awk -F= '{{print $2}}')
-       rootvol=rootfs$bootsys
-       volume_id=$(ubinfo -d 0 --name $rootvol | awk '/Volume ID/ {print $3}')
-       mkdir -p /mnt/oldsys
-       mount -t ubifs -o rw,noatime /dev/ubi0_$volume_id /mnt/oldsys
-       cp -af "$CONF_TAR" /mnt/oldsys
-       umount /mnt/oldsys
+       CI_UBIPART="nandubi"
+       CI_KERNPART="kernel${newbootsys}"
+       CI_ROOTPART="rootfs${newbootsys}"
+       nand_do_upgrade "$ARGV" || (echo "Upgrade failed, setting bootsys ${bootsys}" && fw_setenv bootsys $bootsys)
+
 }
 platform_check_image() {
        local board=$(board_name)
 
        case "$board" in
        traverse,ls1043v | \
-       traverse,ls1043s | \
-       traverse,five64)
-               local tar_file="$1"
-               local kernel_length=$( (tar xf $tar_file sysupgrade-traverse-five64/kernel -O | wc -c) 2> /dev/null)
-               local rootfs_length=$( (tar xf $tar_file sysupgrade-traverse-five64/root -O | wc -c) 2> /dev/null)
-               [ "$kernel_length" -eq 0 -o "$rootfs_length" -eq 0 ] && {
-                       echo "The upgrade image is corrupt."
-                       return 1
-               }
-               return 0
+       traverse,ls1043s)
+               nand_do_platform_check "traverse-ls1043" $1
+               return $?
                ;;
        *)
                echo "Sysupgrade is not currently supported on $board"
@@ -75,8 +41,7 @@ platform_do_upgrade() {
 
        case "$board" in
        traverse,ls1043v | \
-       traverse,ls1043s | \
-       traverse,five64)
+       traverse,ls1043s)
                platform_do_upgrade_traverse_nandubi "$ARGV"
                ;;
        *)
@@ -88,7 +53,7 @@ platform_pre_upgrade() {
        # Force the creation of fw_printenv.lock
        mkdir -p /var/lock
        touch /var/lock/fw_printenv.lock
-       
+
        export RAMFS_COPY_BIN="/usr/sbin/fw_printenv /usr/sbin/fw_setenv /usr/sbin/ubinfo /bin/echo ${RAMFS_COPY_BIN}"
        export RAMFS_COPY_DATA="/etc/fw_env.config /var/lock/fw_printenv.lock ${RAMFS_COPY_DATA}"
 }