scripts:prune-kernel:prune old kernels and modules dir
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Bhaskar Chowdhury Oct. 25, 2019, 5:47 a.m. UTC
This patch will remmove old kernel and associated modules directory from
the system.

Few interaction with the script ,below 

1) ✔ ~/git-linux/linux-kbuild [master ↑·18|✔]
10:40 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel


2)10:41 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel -h
You need to use this script like this :

  ./scripts/prune-kernel -r kernel_version  modules_directory_name
 ./scripts/prune-kernel -i  option for interactive way to  use it.


3) 10:41 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel -r 5.2.2 5.2.2-gentoo
Removed  kernel version:5.2.2 and modules directory:5.2.2-gentoo from
the system.


4)10:41 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel -i


 Want to removing old kernels and modules dir [YN]: Y
 Please give another version to remove: 5.2.2
 /boot/vmlinuz-5.3.7-050307-generic
 /boot/vmlinuz-5.3.6-050306-generic
 find: ‘/boot/efi’: Permission denied
 Please give the full modules directory name to remove: 5.2.2-gentoo
 5.3.6-050306-generic
 5.3.7-050307-generic



  Removed kernel version:5.2.2 and associated modules:5.2.2-gentoo
  ..Done.




Signed-off-by: Bhaskar Chowdhury <unixbhaskar@gmail.com>
---
To Bruce,
I have incorporated all the changes you asked for ,kindly review.

 scripts/prune-kernel | 75 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------
 1 file changed, 56 insertions(+), 19 deletions(-)

Comments

Randy Dunlap Oct. 27, 2019, 6:24 p.m. UTC | #1
On 10/24/19 10:47 PM, Bhaskar Chowdhury wrote:
> This patch will remmove old kernel and associated modules directory from
> the system.
> 
> Few interaction with the script ,below 
> 
> 1) ✔ ~/git-linux/linux-kbuild [master ↑·18|✔]
> 10:40 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel
> 
> 
> 2)10:41 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel -h
> You need to use this script like this :
> 
>   ./scripts/prune-kernel -r kernel_version  modules_directory_name
>  ./scripts/prune-kernel -i  option for interactive way to  use it.
> 
> 
> 3) 10:41 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel -r 5.2.2 5.2.2-gentoo
> Removed  kernel version:5.2.2 and modules directory:5.2.2-gentoo from
> the system.
> 
> 
> 4)10:41 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel -i
> 
> 
>  Want to removing old kernels and modules dir [YN]: Y
>  Please give another version to remove: 5.2.2

These 2 lines above could (should) be combined into one line. E.g.:

Enter kernel version to remove or blank/emtpy to exit:

>  /boot/vmlinuz-5.3.7-050307-generic
>  /boot/vmlinuz-5.3.6-050306-generic
>  find: ‘/boot/efi’: Permission denied

too noisy.

>  Please give the full modules directory name to remove: 5.2.2-gentoo
>  5.3.6-050306-generic
>  5.3.7-050307-generic

too noisy.

> 
> 
>   Removed kernel version:5.2.2 and associated modules:5.2.2-gentoo
>   ..Done.
> 
> 
> Signed-off-by: Bhaskar Chowdhury <unixbhaskar@gmail.com>
> ---
> To Bruce,
> I have incorporated all the changes you asked for ,kindly review.
> 
>  scripts/prune-kernel | 75 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------
>  1 file changed, 56 insertions(+), 19 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/scripts/prune-kernel b/scripts/prune-kernel
> index e8aa940bc0a9..292ba70d7770 100755
> --- a/scripts/prune-kernel
> +++ b/scripts/prune-kernel
> @@ -1,21 +1,58 @@
>  #!/bin/bash
>  # SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
> -
> -# because I use CONFIG_LOCALVERSION_AUTO, not the same version again and
> -# again, /boot and /lib/modules/ eventually fill up.
> -# Dumb script to purge that stuff:
> -
> -for f in "$@"
> -do
> -        if rpm -qf "/lib/modules/$f" >/dev/null; then
> -                echo "keeping $f (installed from rpm)"
> -        elif [ $(uname -r) = "$f" ]; then
> -                echo "keeping $f (running kernel) "
> -        else
> -                echo "removing $f"
> -                rm -f "/boot/initramfs-$f.img" "/boot/System.map-$f"
> -                rm -f "/boot/vmlinuz-$f"   "/boot/config-$f"
> -                rm -rf "/lib/modules/$f"
> -                new-kernel-pkg --remove $f
> -        fi
> -done
> +#This script will delete old kernels and modules directory related to it interactively.
> +#if you choose "-i" as interactive otherwise it will just go ahead and do the stuff once
> +#you mentione the kernel_version and modules_directory_name as parameter.

        mention
or better:
        enter

> +flag=$1

$flag is not used anywhere.

> +kernel_ver=$2

remove_old_kernel() uses $kernel_version, not $kernel_ver.

> +modules_dir_name=$3

remove_old_modules_dir() uses $modules_version, not $modules_dir_name.

> +boot_dir=/boot
> +modules_dir=/lib/modules

need a blank line here.

> +remove_old_kernel() {
> +	cd $boot_dir
> +	find $boot_dir -name "vmlinuz-*" -type f -exec ls -1 {} \;

why the 'ls'?  too noisy IMO.

> +	rm -If vmlinuz-$kernel_version System.map-$kernel_version config-$kernel_version
> +	return 0
> +}

need a blank line here.

> +remove_old_modules_dir() {
> +	cd $modules_dir
> +	find $modules_dir -maxdepth 0 -type d -exec ls -1 {} \;

'ls' is too noisy.

> +	rm -rf $modules_version
> +	return 0
> +}
> +while getopts :hir opt;

$opt is not used anywhere.

Does 'getopt's support long option strings?  E.g.,
--interactive, --help, --remove.

> +do 

'do' has a trailing space after it.  drop it.

> +		 case "$1" in

Is $1 the same as $flag here?

> +			 -i | --interactive)

bad indentation above.

> +		 printf "\n\n Want to removing old kernels and modules dir [YN]: %s"
> +		 read response
> +		 if [[ $response == "Y" ]];then
> +			 printf "Please give another version to remove: %s"
> +			 read kernel_version
> +			 remove_old_kernel
> +			 printf "Please give the full modules directory name to remove: %s"
> +			 read modules_version
> +			 remove_old_modules_dir
> +			 printf "\n\n\n Removed kernel version:$kernel_version and associated modules:$modules_version ..Done. \n\n"
> +		 elif [[ $response == "N" ]];then
> +			 exit 1
> +		 fi
> +		 ;;
> +	                  -h | --help)

bad indentation.

> +                    

line above is just a bunch of spaces.  bad.

> +                     printf "You need to use this script like this :\n

use tabs to indent, not spaces.

> +	             $0 -r kernel_version modules_directory_name\n
> +                     $0 -i option for interactive way to use it.\n\n"

inconsistent indentation.

> +	      

line above is just spaces.  Empty lines are OK, even good for
readablility, but they should not end with spaces or tabs.

> +	         exit 1
> +		     ;;
> +	                 -r | --remove)
> +			 shift $(( OPTIND - 1 ))

What is the purpose of the shift, when this case ends with exit?

> +			 rm -f kernel_ver

			       $kernel_ver

Probably need to cd $boot_dir for above 'rm'.
or just rm -f $boot_dir/$kernel_ver

> +                         cd $modules_dir
> +	                 rm -rf $modules_dir_name
> +	                 printf "Removed  kernel version:$kernel_ver and modules directory:$modules_dir_name from the system.\n\n"
> +			 exit 0
> +                         ;;
> + esac

esac indentation does not match case.

> +     done

done indentation does not match do.


Nack.
Bhaskar Chowdhury Oct. 28, 2019, 3:22 a.m. UTC | #2
Thank you Randy to point out the mistakes, will correct it and send it
for your review. Below mention things am doing...

On 11:24 Sun 27 Oct 2019, Randy Dunlap wrote:
>On 10/24/19 10:47 PM, Bhaskar Chowdhury wrote:
>> This patch will remmove old kernel and associated modules directory from
>> the system.
>> 
>> Few interaction with the script ,below 
>> 
>> 1) ✔ ~/git-linux/linux-kbuild [master ↑·18|✔]
>> 10:40 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel
>> 
>> 
>> 2)10:41 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel -h
>> You need to use this script like this :
>> 
>>   ./scripts/prune-kernel -r kernel_version  modules_directory_name
>>  ./scripts/prune-kernel -i  option for interactive way to  use it.
>> 
>> 
>> 3) 10:41 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel -r 5.2.2 5.2.2-gentoo
>> Removed  kernel version:5.2.2 and modules directory:5.2.2-gentoo from
>> the system.
>> 
>> 
>> 4)10:41 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel -i
>> 
>> 
>>  Want to removing old kernels and modules dir [YN]: Y
>>  Please give another version to remove: 5.2.2
>
>These 2 lines above could (should) be combined into one line. E.g.:
>
>Enter kernel version to remove or blank/emtpy to exit:
>
>>  /boot/vmlinuz-5.3.7-050307-generic
>>  /boot/vmlinuz-5.3.6-050306-generic
>>  find: ‘/boot/efi’: Permission denied
>
>too noisy.
>
modified , it will not spit this again.
>>  Please give the full modules directory name to remove: 5.2.2-gentoo
>>  5.3.6-050306-generic
>>  5.3.7-050307-generic
>
>too noisy.
>
Same as above ...modified and will not spit again.
>> 
>> 
>>   Removed kernel version:5.2.2 and associated modules:5.2.2-gentoo
>>   ..Done.
>> 
>> 
>> Signed-off-by: Bhaskar Chowdhury <unixbhaskar@gmail.com>
>> ---
>> To Bruce,
>> I have incorporated all the changes you asked for ,kindly review.
>> 
>>  scripts/prune-kernel | 75 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------
>>  1 file changed, 56 insertions(+), 19 deletions(-)
>> 
>> diff --git a/scripts/prune-kernel b/scripts/prune-kernel
>> index e8aa940bc0a9..292ba70d7770 100755
>> --- a/scripts/prune-kernel
>> +++ b/scripts/prune-kernel
>> @@ -1,21 +1,58 @@
>>  #!/bin/bash
>>  # SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
>> -
>> -# because I use CONFIG_LOCALVERSION_AUTO, not the same version again and
>> -# again, /boot and /lib/modules/ eventually fill up.
>> -# Dumb script to purge that stuff:
>> -
>> -for f in "$@"
>> -do
>> -        if rpm -qf "/lib/modules/$f" >/dev/null; then
>> -                echo "keeping $f (installed from rpm)"
>> -        elif [ $(uname -r) = "$f" ]; then
>> -                echo "keeping $f (running kernel) "
>> -        else
>> -                echo "removing $f"
>> -                rm -f "/boot/initramfs-$f.img" "/boot/System.map-$f"
>> -                rm -f "/boot/vmlinuz-$f"   "/boot/config-$f"
>> -                rm -rf "/lib/modules/$f"
>> -                new-kernel-pkg --remove $f
>> -        fi
>> -done
>> +#This script will delete old kernels and modules directory related to it interactively.
>> +#if you choose "-i" as interactive otherwise it will just go ahead and do the stuff once
>> +#you mentione the kernel_version and modules_directory_name as parameter.
>
>        mention
>or better:
>        enter
>
Replaced with mentioned word i.e enter.

>> +flag=$1
>
>$flag is not used anywhere.
>
For interactive use case we need that.

>> +kernel_ver=$2
>
>remove_old_kernel() uses $kernel_version, not $kernel_ver.
>
>> +modules_dir_name=$3
>
>remove_old_modules_dir() uses $modules_version, not $modules_dir_name.
>
>> +boot_dir=/boot
>> +modules_dir=/lib/modules

>need a blank line here.
Fixed.
>
>> +remove_old_kernel() {
>> +	cd $boot_dir
>> +	find $boot_dir -name "vmlinuz-*" -type f -exec ls -1 {} \;
>
Removed.
>why the 'ls'?  too noisy IMO.
>
>> +	rm -If vmlinuz-$kernel_version System.map-$kernel_version config-$kernel_version
>> +	return 0
>> +}
>
>need a blank line here.
>
Fixed.

>> +remove_old_modules_dir() {
>> +	cd $modules_dir
>> +	find $modules_dir -maxdepth 0 -type d -exec ls -1 {} \;
>
>'ls' is too noisy.
Removed.
>
>> +	rm -rf $modules_version
>> +	return 0
>> +}
>> +while getopts :hir opt;
>
>$opt is not used anywhere.
It is required, without it , looks like this:

getopts: usage: getopts optstring name [arg]
>
>Does 'getopt's support long option strings?  E.g.,
>--interactive, --help, --remove.
>
Yes ..

✔ ~/git-linux/linux-kbuild [master ↑·27|✚ 1]
08:44 $ ./scripts/prune-kernel --interactive


Enter kernel version to remove or blank/emtpy to exit: 5.2.2
Please give the full modules directory name to remove: 5.2.2-whatever



 Removed kernel version: and associated modules:5.2.2-whatever ..Done.



>> +do 
>
>'do' has a trailing space after it.  drop it.
>
Certain thing ..this space and tab killing me...how fix these damn thing
Randy??
>> +		 case "$1" in
>
>Is $1 the same as $flag here?

Yes and change it to that variable.

>> +			 -i | --interactive)
>
>bad indentation above.
>
Fixed.
>> +		 printf "\n\n Want to removing old kernels and modules dir [YN]: %s"
>> +		 read response
>> +		 if [[ $response == "Y" ]];then
>> +			 printf "Please give another version to remove: %s"
>> +			 read kernel_version
>> +			 remove_old_kernel
>> +			 printf "Please give the full modules directory name to remove: %s"
>> +			 read modules_version
>> +			 remove_old_modules_dir
>> +			 printf "\n\n\n Removed kernel version:$kernel_version and associated modules:$modules_version ..Done. \n\n"
>> +		 elif [[ $response == "N" ]];then
>> +			 exit 1
>> +		 fi
>> +		 ;;
>> +	                  -h | --help)
>
>bad indentation.
>
Fixed.
>> +                    
>
>line above is just a bunch of spaces.  bad.
>
>> +                     printf "You need to use this script like this :\n
>
>use tabs to indent, not spaces.
>
Fixed.
>> +	             $0 -r kernel_version modules_directory_name\n
>> +                     $0 -i option for interactive way to use it.\n\n"
>
>inconsistent indentation.
>
Fixed.
>> +	      
>
>line above is just spaces.  Empty lines are OK, even good for
>readablility, but they should not end with spaces or tabs.
>
Fixed.
>> +	         exit 1
>> +		     ;;
>> +	                 -r | --remove)
>> +			 shift $(( OPTIND - 1 ))
>
>What is the purpose of the shift, when this case ends with exit?
>
Positional parameter shifting

>> +			 rm -f kernel_ver
>
>			       $kernel_ver
>
>Probably need to cd $boot_dir for above 'rm'.
>or just rm -f $boot_dir/$kernel_ver
>
Fixed.
>> +                         cd $modules_dir
>> +	                 rm -rf $modules_dir_name
>> +	                 printf "Removed  kernel version:$kernel_ver and modules directory:$modules_dir_name from the system.\n\n"
>> +			 exit 0
>> +                         ;;
>> + esac
>
>esac indentation does not match case.
>
Fixed
>> +     done
>
>done indentation does not match do.
>
Fixed
>
>Nack.
>

>-- 
>~Randy
Bhaskar
Randy Dunlap Oct. 28, 2019, 3:28 a.m. UTC | #3
On 10/27/19 8:22 PM, Bhaskar Chowdhury wrote:
>>> +do 
>>
>> 'do' has a trailing space after it.  drop it.
>>
> Certain thing ..this space and tab killing me...how fix these damn thing
> Randy??

I dunno.  It depends on what editor you are using and what
options.  So what editor?
Bhaskar Chowdhury Oct. 28, 2019, 4:07 a.m. UTC | #4
On 20:28 Sun 27 Oct 2019, Randy Dunlap wrote:
>On 10/27/19 8:22 PM, Bhaskar Chowdhury wrote:
>>>> +do 
>>>
>>> 'do' has a trailing space after it.  drop it.
>>>
>> Certain thing ..this space and tab killing me...how fix these damn thing
>> Randy??
>
>I dunno.  It depends on what editor you are using and what
>options.  So what editor?
vim all the way.
>-- 
>~Randy
>
Randy Dunlap Oct. 28, 2019, 4:10 a.m. UTC | #5
On 10/27/19 9:07 PM, Bhaskar Chowdhury wrote:
> On 20:28 Sun 27 Oct 2019, Randy Dunlap wrote:
>> On 10/27/19 8:22 PM, Bhaskar Chowdhury wrote:
>>>>> +do 
>>>>
>>>> 'do' has a trailing space after it.  drop it.
>>>>
>>> Certain thing ..this space and tab killing me...how fix these damn thing
>>> Randy??
>>
>> I dunno.  It depends on what editor you are using and what
>> options.  So what editor?
> vim all the way.

Same here.  No problems, so I don't understand what's going on.

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diff --git a/scripts/prune-kernel b/scripts/prune-kernel
index e8aa940bc0a9..292ba70d7770 100755
--- a/scripts/prune-kernel
+++ b/scripts/prune-kernel
@@ -1,21 +1,58 @@ 
 #!/bin/bash
 # SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
-
-# because I use CONFIG_LOCALVERSION_AUTO, not the same version again and
-# again, /boot and /lib/modules/ eventually fill up.
-# Dumb script to purge that stuff:
-
-for f in "$@"
-do
-        if rpm -qf "/lib/modules/$f" >/dev/null; then
-                echo "keeping $f (installed from rpm)"
-        elif [ $(uname -r) = "$f" ]; then
-                echo "keeping $f (running kernel) "
-        else
-                echo "removing $f"
-                rm -f "/boot/initramfs-$f.img" "/boot/System.map-$f"
-                rm -f "/boot/vmlinuz-$f"   "/boot/config-$f"
-                rm -rf "/lib/modules/$f"
-                new-kernel-pkg --remove $f
-        fi
-done
+#This script will delete old kernels and modules directory related to it interactively.
+#if you choose "-i" as interactive otherwise it will just go ahead and do the stuff once
+#you mentione the kernel_version and modules_directory_name as parameter.
+flag=$1
+kernel_ver=$2
+modules_dir_name=$3
+boot_dir=/boot
+modules_dir=/lib/modules
+remove_old_kernel() {
+	cd $boot_dir
+	find $boot_dir -name "vmlinuz-*" -type f -exec ls -1 {} \;
+	rm -If vmlinuz-$kernel_version System.map-$kernel_version config-$kernel_version
+	return 0
+}
+remove_old_modules_dir() {
+	cd $modules_dir
+	find $modules_dir -maxdepth 0 -type d -exec ls -1 {} \;
+	rm -rf $modules_version
+	return 0
+}
+while getopts :hir opt;
+do 
+		 case "$1" in
+			 -i | --interactive)
+		 printf "\n\n Want to removing old kernels and modules dir [YN]: %s"
+		 read response
+		 if [[ $response == "Y" ]];then
+			 printf "Please give another version to remove: %s"
+			 read kernel_version
+			 remove_old_kernel
+			 printf "Please give the full modules directory name to remove: %s"
+			 read modules_version
+			 remove_old_modules_dir
+			 printf "\n\n\n Removed kernel version:$kernel_version and associated modules:$modules_version ..Done. \n\n"
+		 elif [[ $response == "N" ]];then
+			 exit 1
+		 fi
+		 ;;
+	                  -h | --help)
+                    
+                     printf "You need to use this script like this :\n
+	             $0 -r kernel_version modules_directory_name\n
+                     $0 -i option for interactive way to use it.\n\n"
+	      
+	         exit 1
+		     ;;
+	                 -r | --remove)
+			 shift $(( OPTIND - 1 ))
+			 rm -f kernel_ver
+                         cd $modules_dir
+	                 rm -rf $modules_dir_name
+	                 printf "Removed  kernel version:$kernel_ver and modules directory:$modules_dir_name from the system.\n\n"
+			 exit 0
+                         ;;
+ esac
+     done