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Remove nodepool/scripts

None of these are relevant any more, remove them.

Change-Id: I76acbd08acda20c88ff9fd9148e3918b78d6c6c6
changes/97/710697/1
Ian Wienand 2 years ago
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  1. 51
      nodepool/scripts/afs-slug.sh
  2. 612
      nodepool/scripts/convert_node_to_xenserver.sh
  3. 27
      nodepool/scripts/install_xenserver.sh
  4. 29
      nodepool/scripts/xenserver_helper_initramfs_hook
  5. 49
      nodepool/scripts/xenserver_helper_initramfs_premount

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nodepool/scripts/afs-slug.sh

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#!/bin/bash -xe
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
# This script generates a descriptor slug to use with AFS, composed of the
# operating system, its version, and the processor architecture.
# Pull in the os release.
# ID is 'fedora', 'centos', 'ubuntu'
# VERSION_ID is '23', '7', '14.04'
# Nothing else is useful and/or reliable across distros
source /etc/os-release
################################################################################
# Generate an OS Release Name
OS_TYPE=$ID
################################################################################
# Generate a version string.
OS_VERSION=$VERSION_ID
if [ "$OS_TYPE" != "ubuntu" ]; then
OS_VERSION=$(echo $OS_VERSION | cut -d'.' -f1)
fi
# openSUSE Tumblweed is a rolling release model distribution, so it has
# no version - set it to tumbleweed
if [ "$OS_TYPE" = "opensuse" ] && [[ "$PRETTY_NAME" =~ "Tumbleweed" ]]; then
OS_VERSION="tumbleweed"
fi
################################################################################
# Get the processor architecture.
# x86_64, i386, armv7l, armv6l
OS_ARCH=$(uname -m)
################################################################################
# Build the name
AFS_SLUG="$OS_TYPE-$OS_VERSION-$OS_ARCH"
AFS_SLUG=$(echo "$AFS_SLUG" | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]')
export AFS_SLUG

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nodepool/scripts/convert_node_to_xenserver.sh

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#!/bin/bash
# Copyright (C) 2011-2014 OpenStack Foundation
# Copyright (c) 2014 Citrix Systems, Inc.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or
# implied.
#
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
# Installation
# ~~~~~~~~~~~~
# 1.) Start an Ubuntu HVM instance in the Rackspace cloud.
# 2.) Copy the files from this directory to the instance.
# 3.) Execute this script on the instance with 3 parameters:
# - First parameter is the password for the XenServer
# - Second parameter is a URL to an xva appliance to be installed. For
# building such an appliance, see:
# https://github.com/citrix-openstack/openstack-xenapi-testing-xva
# - Third parameter should be the name-label for the appliance.
# 4.) Poll the public IP through ssh, and Wait until the file
# "$FILE_TO_TOUCH_ON_COMPLETION" exists
#
#
# Snapshots
# ~~~~~~~~~
# 1.) Delete "$FILE_TO_TOUCH_ON_COMPLETION"
# 2.) Create snapshot
# 3.) When booting instances from the snapshot, poll
# "$FILE_TO_TOUCH_ON_COMPLETION"
#
#
# Details
# ~~~~~~~
# WARINING: This script is a workaround, and should only be used for test
# purposes.
#
# This script will install itself as a boot-time script, and will be executed
# on each system startup. It shrinks the actual Ubuntu installation, and will
# install a XenServer on the remaining space. This script will also be
# installed as a startup script in XenServer. After the installation, whenever
# the instance is restarted, Ubuntu will boot, the networking parameters will
# be copied to a file, and the instance will be automatically rebooted into
# XenServer, where the networking will be adjusted, according to the saved
# parameters. This trickery is needed, because config drive does not include
# the networking parameters.
#
# The appliance will be accessible through the public IP of the instance,
# and dom0 could be accessed from the instance, on the IP address:
# 192.168.33.2
#
# Logging
# ~~~~~~~
# All the output of this script is logged to $0.log
set -eux
THIS_FILE="$(readlink -f $0)"
THIS_DIR="$(dirname $THIS_FILE)"
INSTALL_DIR="$(dirname $THIS_FILE)"
STATE_FILE="${THIS_FILE}.state"
LOG_FILE="${THIS_FILE}.log"
ADDITIONAL_PARAMETERS="$@"
XENSERVER_PASSWORD="$1"
STAGING_APPLIANCE_URL="$2"
APPLIANCE_NAME="$3"
XENSERVER_ISO_URL="$4"
FILE_TO_TOUCH_ON_COMPLETION="/var/run/xenserver.ready"
# It is assumed, that the appliance has a user, DOMZERO_USER, and by
# writing the /local/domain/$DOMID/authorized_keys/$DOMZERO_USER xenstore
# key, the key's contents will be copied into this user's authorized_keys file
DOMZERO_USER=domzero
# Do not change this variable, as this path is hardcoded into XenServer's
# installer. The installer will look for this directory on the device
# specified by the boot parameter make-ramdisk, and copy the contents of this
# directory to ramdisk.
XSINST_DIRECTORY="/xsinst"
function main {
case "$(get_state)" in
"START")
dump_disk_config
run_this_script_on_each_boot
download_xenserver_files /root/xenserver.iso
download_appliance "$STAGING_APPLIANCE_URL"
create_ramdisk_contents /root/xenserver.iso
extract_xs_installer /root/xenserver.iso /opt/xs-install
generate_xs_installer_grub_config /opt/xs-install \
file:///tmp/ramdisk/answerfile.xml
configure_grub
update-grub
create_resizing_initramfs_config
update-initramfs -u
set_state "SETUP_INSTALLER"
reboot
;;
"SETUP_INSTALLER")
dump_disk_config
delete_resizing_initramfs_config
update-initramfs -u
store_cloud_settings "$XSINST_DIRECTORY/cloud-settings"
store_authorized_keys "$XSINST_DIRECTORY/authorized_keys"
set_xenserver_installer_as_nextboot
set_state "XENSERVER_FIRSTBOOT"
reboot
;;
"XENSERVER_FIRSTBOOT")
wait_for_xapi
forget_networking
transfer_settings_to_appliance "/root/cloud-settings"
add_boot_config_for_ubuntu /mnt/ubuntu/boot /boot/
start_ubuntu_on_next_boot /boot/
set_state "UBUNTU"
sync
create_done_file_on_appliance
;;
"UBUNTU")
mount_dom0_fs /mnt/dom0
wait_for_networking
store_cloud_settings /mnt/dom0/root/cloud-settings
store_authorized_keys /mnt/dom0/root/.ssh/authorized_keys
start_xenserver_on_next_boot /mnt/dom0/boot
set_state "XENSERVER"
reboot
;;
"XENSERVER")
wait_for_xapi
forget_networking
transfer_settings_to_appliance "/root/cloud-settings"
start_ubuntu_on_next_boot /boot/
set_state "UBUNTU"
sync
create_done_file_on_appliance
;;
esac
}
function set_state {
local state
state="$1"
echo "$state" > $STATE_FILE
}
function get_state {
if [ -e "$STATE_FILE" ]; then
cat $STATE_FILE
else
echo "START"
fi
}
function create_resizing_initramfs_config {
cp "$THIS_DIR/xenserver_helper_initramfs_hook" \
/usr/share/initramfs-tools/hooks/resize
chmod +x /usr/share/initramfs-tools/hooks/resize
cp "$THIS_DIR/xenserver_helper_initramfs_premount" \
/usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/local-premount/resize
chmod +x /usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/local-premount/resize
}
function delete_resizing_initramfs_config {
rm -f /usr/share/initramfs-tools/hooks/resize
rm -f /usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/local-premount/resize
}
function run_this_script_on_each_boot {
cat > /etc/init/xenserver.conf << EOF
start on stopped rc RUNLEVEL=[2345]
task
script
/bin/bash $THIS_FILE $ADDITIONAL_PARAMETERS >> $LOG_FILE 2>&1
end script
EOF
}
function create_done_file_on_appliance {
while ! echo "sudo touch $FILE_TO_TOUCH_ON_COMPLETION" | bash_on_appliance; do
sleep 1
done
}
function download_xenserver_files {
local tgt
tgt="$1"
wget -qO "$tgt" "$XENSERVER_ISO_URL"
}
function download_appliance {
local appliance_url
appliance_url="$1"
wget -qO /root/staging_vm.xva "$appliance_url"
}
function print_answerfile {
local repository
local postinst
local xenserver_pass
repository="$1"
postinst="$2"
xenserver_pass="$3"
cat << EOF
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<installation srtype="ext">
<primary-disk preserve-first-partition="true">sda</primary-disk>
<keymap>us</keymap>
<root-password>$xenserver_pass</root-password>
<source type="url">$repository</source>
<admin-interface name="eth0" proto="static">
<ip>192.168.34.2</ip>
<subnet-mask>255.255.255.0</subnet-mask>
<gateway>192.168.34.1</gateway>
</admin-interface>
<timezone>UTC</timezone>
<script stage="filesystem-populated" type="url">$postinst</script>
</installation>
EOF
}
function print_postinst_file {
local rclocal
rclocal="$1"
cat << EOF
#!/bin/sh
touch \$1/tmp/postinst.sh.executed
cp \$1/etc/rc.d/rc.local \$1/etc/rc.d/rc.local.backup
cat $rclocal >> \$1/etc/rc.d/rc.local
cp /tmp/ramdisk/cloud-settings \$1/root/
cp /tmp/ramdisk/authorized_keys \$1/root/.ssh/
EOF
}
function print_rclocal {
cat << EOF
# This is the contents of the rc.local file on XenServer
mkdir -p /mnt/ubuntu
mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/ubuntu
mkdir -p $(dirname $INSTALL_DIR)
[ -L $INSTALL_DIR ] || ln -s /mnt/ubuntu${INSTALL_DIR} $INSTALL_DIR
/bin/bash $THIS_FILE $ADDITIONAL_PARAMETERS >> $LOG_FILE 2>&1
EOF
}
function create_ramdisk_contents {
local isofile
local target_dir
isofile="$1"
target_dir="$XSINST_DIRECTORY"
mkdir "$target_dir"
ln "$isofile" "$target_dir/xenserver.iso"
print_rclocal > "$target_dir/rclocal"
print_postinst_file "/tmp/ramdisk/rclocal" > "$target_dir/postinst.sh"
print_answerfile \
"file:///tmp/ramdisk" \
"file:///tmp/ramdisk/postinst.sh" \
"$XENSERVER_PASSWORD" > "$target_dir/answerfile.xml"
}
function extract_xs_installer {
local isofile
local targetpath
isofile="$1"
targetpath="$2"
local mountdir
mountdir=$(mktemp -d)
mount -o loop $isofile $mountdir
mkdir -p $targetpath
cp \
$mountdir/install.img \
$mountdir/boot/xen.gz \
$mountdir/boot/vmlinuz \
$targetpath
umount $mountdir
}
function generate_xs_installer_grub_config {
local bootfiles
local answerfile
bootfiles="$1"
answerfile="$2"
cat > /etc/grub.d/45_xs-install << EOF
#!/bin/sh
exec tail -n +3 \$0
menuentry 'XenServer installer' {
multiboot $bootfiles/xen.gz dom0_max_vcpus=1-2 dom0_mem=max:752M com1=115200,8n1 console=com1,vga
module $bootfiles/vmlinuz xencons=hvc console=tty0 make-ramdisk=/dev/sda1 answerfile=$answerfile install
module $bootfiles/install.img
}
EOF
chmod +x /etc/grub.d/45_xs-install
}
function configure_grub {
sed -ie 's/^GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT/#GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT/g' /etc/default/grub
sed -ie 's/^GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET/#GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET/g' \
/etc/default/grub
# sed -ie 's/^GRUB_TIMEOUT=.*$/GRUB_TIMEOUT=-1/g' /etc/default/grub
sed -ie 's/^.*GRUB_TERMINAL=.*$/GRUB_TERMINAL=console/g' /etc/default/grub
sed -ie 's/GRUB_DEFAULT=0/GRUB_DEFAULT=saved/g' /etc/default/grub
}
function set_xenserver_installer_as_nextboot {
grub-set-default "XenServer installer"
}
function store_cloud_settings {
local targetpath
targetpath="$1"
cat > $targetpath << EOF
ADDRESS=$(grep -m 1 "address" /etc/network/interfaces | sed -e 's,^ *,,g' | cut -d " " -f 2)
NETMASK=$(grep -m 1 "netmask" /etc/network/interfaces | sed -e 's,^ *,,g' | cut -d " " -f 2)
GATEWAY=$(grep -m 1 "gateway" /etc/network/interfaces | sed -e 's,^ *,,g' | cut -d " " -f 2)
MACADDRESS=$(ifconfig eth0 | sed -ne 's/.*HWaddr \(.*\)$/\1/p' | tr -d " ")
NAMESERVERS=$(cat /etc/resolv.conf | grep nameserver | cut -d " " -f 2 | sort | uniq | tr '\n' , | sed -e 's/,$//g')
EOF
}
function store_authorized_keys {
local targetpath
targetpath="$1"
cp /root/.ssh/authorized_keys $1
}
function wait_for_xapi {
while ! [ -e /var/run/xapi_init_complete.cookie ]; do
sleep 1
done
}
function forget_networking {
xe host-management-disable
IFS=,
for vlan in $(xe vlan-list --minimal); do
xe vlan-destroy uuid=$vlan
done
unset IFS
IFS=,
for pif in $(xe pif-list --minimal); do
xe pif-forget uuid=$pif
done
unset IFS
}
function add_boot_config_for_ubuntu {
local ubuntu_bootfiles
local bootfiles
ubuntu_bootfiles="$1"
bootfiles="$2"
local kernel
local initrd
kernel=$(ls -1c $ubuntu_bootfiles/vmlinuz-* | head -1)
initrd=$(ls -1c $ubuntu_bootfiles/initrd.img-* | head -1)
cp $kernel $bootfiles/vmlinuz-ubuntu
cp $initrd $bootfiles/initrd-ubuntu
cat >> $bootfiles/extlinux.conf << UBUNTU
label ubuntu
LINUX $bootfiles/vmlinuz-ubuntu
APPEND root=/dev/xvda1 ro quiet splash
INITRD $bootfiles/initrd-ubuntu
UBUNTU
}
function start_ubuntu_on_next_boot {
local bootfiles
bootfiles="$1"
sed -ie 's,default xe,default ubuntu,g' $bootfiles/extlinux.conf
log_extlinux $bootfiles/extlinux.conf
}
function start_xenserver_on_next_boot {
local bootfiles
bootfiles="$1"
sed -ie 's,default ubuntu,default xe,g' $bootfiles/extlinux.conf
log_extlinux $bootfiles/extlinux.conf
}
function log_extlinux {
local extlinux_conf
extlinux_conf="$1"
echo "ACTUAL STATE OF EXTLINUX IS"
cat $extlinux_conf
}
function mount_dom0_fs {
local target
target="$1"
mkdir -p $target
mount /dev/xvda2 $target
}
function wait_for_networking {
while ! ping -c 1 xenserver.org > /dev/null 2>&1; do
sleep 1
done
}
function bash_on_appliance {
local vm_ip
local vm
vm=$(xe vm-list name-label="$APPLIANCE_NAME" --minimal)
[ -n "$vm" ]
# Wait until appliance is accessible
while ! ping -c 1 "${vm_ip:-}" > /dev/null 2>&1; do
vm_ip=$(xe vm-param-get param-name=networks uuid=$vm | sed -e 's,^.*0/ip: ,,g' | sed -e 's,;.*$,,g')
sleep 1
done
ssh \
-q \
-i /root/dom0key \
-o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null \
-o StrictHostKeyChecking=no \
-o BatchMode=yes \
"$DOMZERO_USER@$vm_ip" bash -e -u -s -x -- "$@"
}
function configure_networking {
local network_settings
network_settings="$1"
. "$network_settings"
xe pif-introduce \
device=eth0 host-uuid=$(xe host-list --minimal) mac=$MACADDRESS
PIF=$(xe pif-list device=eth0 --minimal)
HOST_INT_NET=$(xe network-list name-label="Host internal management network" --minimal)
ORIGINAL_MGT_NET=$(xe pif-param-get param-name=network-uuid uuid=$PIF)
NEW_MGT_NET=$(xe network-create name-label=mgt name-description=mgt)
NEW_MGT_VLAN=$(xe vlan-create vlan=100 pif-uuid=$PIF network-uuid=$NEW_MGT_NET)
NEW_PIF=$(xe pif-list VLAN=100 device=eth0 --minimal)
VM=$(xe vm-list name-label="$APPLIANCE_NAME" --minimal)
APP_IMPORTED_NOW="false"
if [ -z "$VM" ]; then
VM=$(xe vm-import filename=/mnt/ubuntu/root/staging_vm.xva)
xe vm-param-set name-label="$APPLIANCE_NAME" uuid=$VM
xe vm-param-set VCPUs-max=6 uuid=$VM
xe vm-param-set VCPUs-at-startup=6 uuid=$VM
APP_IMPORTED_NOW="true"
fi
DNS_ADDRESSES=$(echo "$NAMESERVERS" | sed -e "s/,/ /g")
xe pif-reconfigure-ip \
uuid=$PIF \
mode=static \
IP=0.0.0.0 \
netmask=0.0.0.0
xe pif-reconfigure-ip \
uuid=$NEW_PIF \
mode=static \
IP=192.168.33.2 \
netmask=255.255.255.0 \
gateway=192.168.33.1 \
DNS=192.168.33.1
xe host-management-reconfigure pif-uuid=$NEW_PIF
# Purge all vifs of appliance
IFS=,
for vif in $(xe vif-list vm-uuid=$VM --minimal); do
xe vif-destroy uuid=$vif
done
unset IFS
# Create vifs for the appliance
xe vif-create vm-uuid=$VM network-uuid=$HOST_INT_NET device=0
xe vif-create vm-uuid=$VM network-uuid=$ORIGINAL_MGT_NET mac=$MACADDRESS \
device=1
xe vif-create vm-uuid=$VM network-uuid=$NEW_MGT_NET device=2
xe vm-start uuid=$VM
# Wait until appliance is accessible
while ! ping -c 1 "${VM_IP:-}" > /dev/null 2>&1; do
VM_IP=$(xe vm-param-get param-name=networks uuid=$VM | sed -e 's,^.*0/ip: ,,g' | sed -e 's,;.*$,,g')
sleep 1
done
if [ "$APP_IMPORTED_NOW" = "true" ]; then
rm -f /root/dom0key
rm -f /root/dom0key.pub
ssh-keygen -f /root/dom0key -P "" -C "dom0"
DOMID=$(xe vm-param-get param-name=dom-id uuid=$VM)
# Authenticate temporary key to appliance
xenstore-write /local/domain/$DOMID/authorized_keys/$DOMZERO_USER \
"$(cat /root/dom0key.pub)"
xenstore-chmod -u /local/domain/$DOMID/authorized_keys/$DOMZERO_USER r$DOMID
while ! echo "true" | bash_on_appliance; do
echo "waiting for key to be activated"
sleep 1
done
# Remove authorized_keys updater
echo "echo \"\" | crontab -" | bash_on_appliance
# Create an ssh key for domzero user
echo "ssh-keygen -f /home/$DOMZERO_USER/.ssh/id_rsa -C $DOMZERO_USER@appliance -N \"\" -q" | bash_on_appliance
fi
# Update network configuration
{
cat << EOF
sudo tee /etc/network/interfaces
auto lo
iface lo inet loopback
auto eth0
iface eth0 inet dhcp
auto eth1
iface eth1 inet static
address $ADDRESS
netmask $NETMASK
gateway $GATEWAY
dns-nameservers $DNS_ADDRESSES
auto eth2
iface eth2 inet static
address 192.168.33.1
netmask 255.255.255.0
EOF
} | bash_on_appliance
tmpdomzerokey=$(mktemp)
# Enable domzero user to log in to dom0
echo "cat /home/$DOMZERO_USER/.ssh/id_rsa.pub" | bash_on_appliance > $tmpdomzerokey
# Update ssh keys and reboot, so settings applied
{
echo "sudo tee /root/.ssh/authorized_keys"
cat /root/.ssh/authorized_keys
} | bash_on_appliance
echo "sudo reboot" | bash_on_appliance
cat $tmpdomzerokey >> /root/.ssh/authorized_keys
}
function transfer_settings_to_appliance {
local network_settings
network_settings="$1"
configure_networking "$network_settings"
/opt/xensource/libexec/interface-reconfigure rewrite
}
function dump_disk_config {
echo "DUMPING Primary disk's configuration"
sfdisk -d /dev/xvda
}
main

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#!/bin/bash -xe
# Copyright (C) 2011-2013 OpenStack Foundation
# Copyright (c) 2014 Citrix Systems, Inc.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or
# implied.
#
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
XENSERVER_XVA_URL=${NODEPOOL_XENSERVER_XVA_URL:-http://downloads.vmd.citrix.com/OpenStack/xenapi-in-the-cloud-appliances/prod_ci}
XENSERVER_ISO_URL=${NODEPOOL_XENSERVER_ISO_URL:-http://downloadns.citrix.com.edgesuite.net/akdlm/8159/XenServer-6.2.0-install-cd.iso}
./convert_node_to_xenserver.sh \
password \
"$XENSERVER_XVA_URL" \
devstack \
"$XENSERVER_ISO_URL"

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#!/bin/sh
set -e
PREREQ=""
prereqs () {
echo "${PREREQ}"
}
case "${1}" in
prereqs)
prereqs
exit 0
;;
esac
. /usr/share/initramfs-tools/hook-functions
copy_exec /sbin/resize2fs
copy_exec /sbin/e2fsck
copy_exec /usr/bin/expr
copy_exec /sbin/tune2fs
copy_exec /bin/grep
copy_exec /usr/bin/tr
copy_exec /usr/bin/cut
copy_exec /sbin/sfdisk
copy_exec /sbin/partprobe
copy_exec /bin/sed

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nodepool/scripts/xenserver_helper_initramfs_premount

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#!/bin/sh -e
set -ex
PREREQ=""
# Output pre-requisites
prereqs()
{
echo "$PREREQ"
}
case "$1" in
prereqs)
prereqs
exit 0
;;
esac
. /scripts/functions
log_begin_msg "Resize started"
touch /etc/mtab
tune2fs -O ^has_journal /dev/xvda1
e2fsck -fp /dev/xvda1
resize2fs /dev/xvda1 4G
# Number of 4k blocks
NUMBER_OF_BLOCKS=$(tune2fs -l /dev/xvda1 | grep "Block count" | tr -d " " | cut -d":" -f 2)
# Convert them to 512 byte sectors
SIZE_OF_PARTITION=$(expr $NUMBER_OF_BLOCKS \* 8)
sfdisk -d /dev/xvda | sed -e "s,[0-9]\{8\},$SIZE_OF_PARTITION,g" > /tmp/new_layout
while ! cat /tmp/new_layout | sfdisk /dev/xvda; do
sleep 1
done
while ! partprobe /dev/xvda; do
sleep 1
done
tune2fs -j /dev/xvda1
sync
log_end_msg "Resize finished"
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