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archzfs/lib.sh

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#!/bin/bash -e
shopt -s nullglob
dry_run=0
debug_flag=0
haz_error=0
modes=()
test_mode=""
kernel_names=() # set by generate_mode_list
mode_list=() # set by generate_mode_list
test_commands_list=() # set by generate_test_commands_list
update_funcs=() # set by generate_mode_list
commands=()
# setup signal traps
trap "trap_quit" TERM HUP QUIT
trap "trap_abort" INT
trap "trap_usr1" USR1
trap "trap_exit" EXIT
# check if messages are to be printed using color
unset all_off bold black blue green red yellow white default cyan magenta
all_off="\e[0m"
bold="\e[1m"
black="${bold}\e[30m"
red="${bold}\e[31m"
green="${bold}\e[32m"
yellow="${bold}\e[33m"
blue="${bold}\e[34m"
magenta="${bold}\e[35m"
cyan="${bold}\e[36m"
white="${bold}\e[37m"
default="${bold}\e[39m"
readonly all_off bold black blue green red yellow white default cyan magenta
plain() {
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${all_off}%s${all_off}\n\n" "${mesg}"
if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
printf '%s ' "${@}"
printf '\n\n'
fi
}
plain_one_line() {
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${all_off}${all_off}%s %s\n\n" "${mesg}" "${@}"
}
msg() {
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${green}====${all_off} ${bold}%s${all_off}\n\n" "$mesg"
if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
printf '%s ' "${@}"
printf '\n\n'
fi
}
msg2() {
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${blue}++++ ${all_off}${bold}${mesg}${all_off}\n\n" "$mesg"
if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
printf '%s ' "${@}"
printf '\n\n'
fi
}
warning() {
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${yellow}==== WARNING: ${all_off}${bold}${mesg}${all_off}\n\n" "$mesg" 1>&2
if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
printf '%s ' "${@}" 1>&2
printf '\n\n'
fi
}
error() {
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${red}==== ERROR: ${all_off}${red}${bold}${mesg}${all_off}\n\n" "$mesg" 1>&2
if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
printf '%s ' "${@}" 1>&2
printf '\n\n'
fi
}
debug() {
# $1: The message to print.
if [[ ${debug_flag} -eq 1 ]]; then
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${magenta}~~~~ DEBUG: ${all_off}${bold}${mesg}${all_off}\n\n" "$mesg" 1>&2
if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
printf '%s ' "${@}" 1>&2
printf '\n\n'
fi
fi
}
test_pass() {
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${green}==== PASS: ${all_off}${bold}${mesg}${all_off}\n\n" "$mesg" 1>&2
if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
printf '%s ' "${@}" 1>&2
printf '\n\n'
fi
}
test_fail() {
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${red}==== FAILED: ${all_off}${red}${bold}${mesg}${all_off}\n\n" "$mesg" 1>&2
if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
printf '%s ' "${@}" 1>&2
printf '\n\n'
fi
}
trap_exit() {
local sig=$?
debug "trap_exit: args \$?=$?"
if [[ ${sig} -eq 0 ]]; then
msg "$(date) :: Done"
# 155 is set when command args are not met, we don't need to print anything in that case
elif [[ ${sig} -eq 1 && ${sig} -ne 155 ]]; then
msg "$(date) :: EXIT"
fi
}
trap_abort() {
debug "trap_abort: args \$?=$?"
msg "$(date) :: EXIT (abort)"
}
trap_quit() {
debug "trap_quit: args \$?=$?"
msg "$(date) :: EXIT (TERM, HUP, QUIT)"
}
trap_usr1() {
debug "trap_usr1: args \$?=$?"
error "$(date) :: EXIT: An unkown error has occurred."
}
# Check a symlink, re-create it if the target is not correct
function check_symlink() {
# $1 = Symlink
# $2 = Symlink target
if [[ "$1" = "$(readlink $2)" ]]; then
return
elif [[ -L "$2" ]]; then
rm "$2"
fi
ln -s "$1" "$2"
}
# Converts an absolute path into a relative path using python and prints on
# stdout.
function relativePath() {
# $1: Path that should be converted to relative path
# $2: The start path, usually $PWD
python -c "import os.path; print(os.path.relpath('$1', '$2'))"
}
norun() {
local mesg=$1; shift
printf "${magenta}XXXX NORUN: ${all_off}${bold}${mesg}${all_off}\n\n" "$mesg"
if [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; then
printf '%s ' "$@"
printf '\n\n'
fi
}
# Runs a command. Ouput is not captured
# To use this function, define the following in your calling script:
# run_cmd_return=""
run_cmd() {
run_cmd_return=0
run_cmd_return=0
# $@: The command and args to run
if [[ ${dry_run} -eq 1 ]]; then
norun "CMD:" "$@"
else
plain "Running command:" "$@"
plain_one_line "Output:"
echo -e "$@" | source /dev/stdin
run_cmd_return=$?
echo
plain_one_line "Command returned:" "${run_cmd_return}"
fi
}
run_cmd_check() {
# $1 Exit code
# $2 Error string if defined with print an error message
if [[ ${run_cmd_return} -eq 0 ]]; then
return
fi
if [[ -n $2 ]]; then
error "$2"
fi
exit $1
}
# Runs a command. Ouput is not captured. dry_run=1 is ignored.
# To use this function, define the following in your calling script:
# run_cmd_return=""
run_cmd_no_dry_run() {
run_cmd_return=0
# $@: The command and args to run
plain "Running command:" "$@"
plain_one_line "Output:"
echo -e "$@" | source /dev/stdin
run_cmd_return=$?
echo
plain_one_line "Command returned:" "${run_cmd_return}"
}
# Runs a command, capture the output in run_cmd_output, but also show stdout.
# To use this function, define the following in your calling script:
# run_cmd_output=""
# run_cmd_return=""
run_cmd_show_and_capture_output() {
run_cmd_output=""
run_cmd_return=0
# $@: The command and args to run
if [[ ${dry_run} -eq 1 ]]; then
norun "CMD:" "$@"
else
plain "Running command:" "$@"
plain_one_line "Output:"
# The following allows command output to be displayed in jenkins and stored in the variable simultaneously
# http://www.tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/x17974.html
# WARNING: This function sometimes results in the following error:
# lib.sh: line 145: /usr/bin/tee: Argument list too long
# lib.sh: line 145: /bin/cat: Argument list too long
exec 6>&1 # Link file descriptor 6 with stdout.
run_cmd_output=$(echo -e "$@" | source /dev/stdin | tee >(cat - >&6); exit ${PIPESTATUS[1]})
exec 1>&6 6>&- # Restore stdout and close file descriptor #6.
run_cmd_return=$?
echo
plain_one_line "Command returned:" "${run_cmd_return}"
fi
}
# Runs a command, capture the output in run_cmd_output, but also show stdout. Ignores dry_run=1.
# To use this function, define the following in your calling script:
# run_cmd_output=""
# run_cmd_return=""
run_cmd_show_and_capture_output_no_dry_run() {
run_cmd_output=""
run_cmd_return=0
# $@: The command and args to run
plain "Running command:" "$@"
plain_one_line "Output:"
# The following allows command output to be displayed in jenkins and stored in the variable simultaneously
# http://www.tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/x17974.html
# WARNING: This function sometimes results in the following error:
# lib.sh: line 145: /usr/bin/tee: Argument list too long
# lib.sh: line 145: /bin/cat: Argument list too long
exec 6>&1 # Link file descriptor 6 with stdout.
run_cmd_output=$(echo -e "$@" | source /dev/stdin | tee >(cat - >&6); exit ${PIPESTATUS[1]})
exec 1>&6 6>&- # Restore stdout and close file descriptor #6.
run_cmd_return=$?
echo
plain_one_line "Command returned:" "${run_cmd_return}"
}
# Runs the command, does not show output to stdout
# To use this function, define the following in your calling script:
# run_cmd_output=""
# run_cmd_return=""
run_cmd_no_output() {
run_cmd_output=""
run_cmd_return=0
# $@: The command and args to run
if [[ ${dry_run} -eq 1 ]]; then
norun "CMD:" "$@"
else
plain "Running command:" "$@"
run_cmd_output=$(echo -e "$@" | source /dev/stdin)
run_cmd_return=$?
plain_one_line "Command returned:" "${run_cmd_return}"
fi
}
# Runs the command, does not show output to stdout, ignores dry_run=1
# To use this function, define the following in your calling script:
# run_cmd_output=""
# run_cmd_return=""
run_cmd_no_output_no_dry_run() {
run_cmd_output=""
run_cmd_return=0
# $@: The command and args to run
plain "Running command:" "${@}"
run_cmd_output=$(echo -e "${@}" | source /dev/stdin )
run_cmd_return=$?
plain_one_line "Command returned:" "${run_cmd_return}"
}
package_arch_from_path() {
# $1: Package path
LC_ALL=C pacman -Qip "$1" | grep "Architecture" | cut -d : -f 2 | tr -d ' '
return $?
}
package_name_from_path() {
# $1: Package path
LC_ALL=C pacman -Qip "$1" | grep "Name" | cut -d : -f 2 | tr -d ' '
return $?
}
package_version_from_path() {
# $1: Package path
LC_ALL=C pacman -Qip "$1" | grep "Version" | cut -d : -f 2 | tr -d ' '
return $?
}
package_version_from_syncdb() {
# $1: Package name
LC_ALL=C pacman -Si "$1" | grep "Version" | cut -d : -f 2 | tr -d ' '
return $?
}
kernel_version_has_minor_version() {
# $1: the kernel version
# returns: 0 if the version contains a minor version and 1 if it does not
if [[ ${1} =~ ^[[:digit:]]+\.[[:digit:]]+\.([[:digit:]]+) ]]; then
debug "kernel_version_has_minor_version: Have kernel with minor version!"
return 0
fi
debug "kernel_version_has_minor_version: Have kernel without minor version!"
return 1
}
# Returns the full kernel version. If $1 is "3.14-1" then kernel_version_full returns "3.14.0-1".
kernel_version_full() {
# $1: the kernel version
local arg=$1
if ! kernel_version_has_minor_version $1; then
debug "kernel_version_full: Have kernel without minor version!"
if [[ ${1} =~ ^([[:digit:]]+\.[[:digit:]]+)\.?([[:alpha:][:digit:]]+)?\-([[:digit:]]+) ]]; then
local arg=${BASH_REMATCH[1]}
local minor=${BASH_REMATCH[2]}
local rev=${BASH_REMATCH[3]}
if [[ ${minor} =~ ^[[:alpha:]]+ ]]; then
printf "${arg}.0.${minor}-${rev}"
return 0
fi
fi
printf "${arg}.0-${rev}"
return 0
fi
printf ${arg}
}
# Returns the pkg kernel version. If $1 is "3.14-1" then kernel_version_full returns "3.14_1".
kernel_version_no_hyphen() {
# $1: The full kernel version
# returns: output is printed to stdout
echo ${1} | sed s/-/./g
}
reset_variables() {
kernel_version_pkgver=""
kernel_version_full=""
kernel_version=""
zfs_pkgver=""
zfs_pkgrel=""
zfs_makedepends=""
zfs_src_hash=${zfs_src_hash_conf}
zfs_conflicts=""
zfs_pkgname=""
zfs_utils_pkgname=""
zfs_pkgbuild_path=""
zfs_dkms_pkgbuild_path=""
zfs_src_target=""
zfs_workdir=""
linux_depends=""
linux_headers_depends=""
zfs_replaces=""
zfs_set_commit=""
zfs_replaces=''
zfs_utils_replaces=''
}
# from makepkg
source_safe() {
reset_variables
export script_dir mode kernel_name
shopt -u extglob
if ! source "$@"; then
error "Failed to source $1"
exit 1
fi
shopt -s extglob
}
check_internet() {
if [[ $(curl -s https://www.google.com/ &> /dev/null; echo $?) -ne 0 ]]; then
return 1
fi
return 0
}
cmd_regex() {
# $1: the cmd command to run
# $2: The Perl regex to match with
run_cmd_no_output "${1}"
if [[ ${dry_run} -eq 1 ]]; then
return 0
fi
if [[ $(echo ${run_cmd_output} | \grep -q "504 Gateway Timeout"; echo $?) -eq 0 ]]; then
return 55
elif [[ $(echo ${run_cmd_output} | \grep -q "503 Service Unavailable"; echo $?) -eq 0 ]]; then
return 55
elif [[ ${run_cmd_output} == "RETVAL: 7" ]]; then
return 55
elif [[ ${run_cmd_return} -eq 7 ]]; then
return 55
fi
regex_match=$(echo "${run_cmd_output}" | \grep -Po -m 1 "${2}")
debug "Got \"${regex_match}\" from command."
}
get_webpage() {
# $1: The url to scrape
# $2: The Perl regex to match with
debug "Checking webpage: $1"
debug "Using regex: `printf "%q" "$2"`"
cmd_regex "curl -sL ${1}" "${2}"
webpage_output="${regex_match}"
}
get_repo_package() {
# $1: The url to scrape
# $2: The Perl regex to match with
debug "Checking repo files: $1"
debug "Using regex: `printf "%q" "$2"`"
cmd_regex "curl -sL ${1} | tar tzv --exclude='*/*'" "${2}"
}
check_webpage() {
# $1: The url to scrape
# $2: The Perl regex to match with
# $3: Expect match
if ! get_webpage "$1" "$2"; then
return $?
fi
debug "Expecting: $3"
if [[ ${webpage_output} != "$3" ]]; then
error "Checking '$1' expected '$3' got '${webpage_return}'"
debug "Returning 1 from check_webpage()"
return 1
fi
return 0
}
check_result() {
# $1 current line
# $2 changed line
# $3 the return code from check_webpage
if [[ ${3} -eq 0 ]]; then
msg2 "The $1 version is current."
haz_error=0
elif [[ ${3} -eq 1 ]]; then
error "The $2 is out-of-date!"
haz_error=1
elif [[ ${3} -eq 55 ]]; then
warning "The $2 package page was unreachable!"
haz_error=0
else
error "Check returned ${3}"
haz_error=1
fi
}
check_zol_version() {
#
# Check ZFSonLinux.org
#
msg "Checking zfsonlinux.org for new versions..."
check_webpage "https://github.com/zfsonlinux/zfs/releases/latest" "(?<=/zfsonlinux/zfs/releases/download/zfs-)[\d\.]*" "${zol_version}"
check_result "ZOL stable version" "ZOL stable version" "$?"
}
check_mode() {
# $1 the mode to check for
debug "check_mode: checking '$1'"
# add all available modes
if [[ "${1}" == "all" ]]; then
for m in "${mode_list[@]}"; do
mode=("$(echo ${m} | cut -f2 -d:)")
# do not add archiso or linux-vfio
if [[ "${mode}" == "iso" ]] || [[ "${mode}" == "vfio" ]]; then
continue
fi
modes+=("${mode}")
kernel_names+=("$(echo ${m} | cut -f1 -d:)")
done
else
for m in "${mode_list[@]}"; do
debug "check_mode: on '${m}'"
local moden=$(echo ${m} | cut -f2 -d:)
# debug "moden: ${moden}"
if [[ "${moden}" == "$1" ]]; then
modes+=("$1")
kernel_names+=("$(echo ${m} | cut -f1 -d:)")
return
fi
done
error "Unrecognized argument '$1'"
usage
exit 155
fi
}
check_test_mode() {
# $1 the mode to check for
debug "check_test_mode: checking for mode in '$1'"
for m in "${mode_list[@]}"; do
debug "check_test_mode: on '${m}'"
local moden=$(echo ${m} | cut -f2 -d:)
# debug "moden: ${moden}"
if [[ "${moden}" == "$1" ]]; then
if [[ ${mode} != "" ]]; then
error "Already have mode '${moden}', only one mode can be used at a time!"
usage
exit 155
fi
mode="$1"
kernel_name=$(echo ${m} | cut -f1 -d:)
return
fi
done
debug "check_test_mode: checking for test mode in '$1'"
for m in "${test_commands_list[@]}"; do
debug "check_test_mode: on '${m}'"
local moden=$(echo ${m})
if [[ ${moden} =~ $1 ]]; then
debug "Found match! moden: ${moden} \$1: $1"
if [[ ${test_mode} != "" ]]; then
error "Already have test mode '${moden}', only one test mode can be used at a time!"
usage
exit 155
fi
test_mode="${moden}"
return
fi
done
error "Unrecognized argument '$1'"
usage
exit 155
}
have_command() {
# $1: The command to check for
# returns 0 if true, and 1 for false
debug "have_command: checking '$1'"
for cmd in "${commands[@]}"; do
# debug "have_command: loop '$cmd'"
if [[ ${cmd} == $1 ]]; then
debug "have_command: '$1' is defined"
return 0
fi
done
debug "have_command: '$1' is not defined"
return 1
}
have_test_command() {
# $1: The command to check for
# returns 0 if true, and 1 for false
debug "have_test_command: checking '$1'"
for cmd in "${test_commands_list[@]}"; do
# debug "have_test_command: loop '$cmd'"
if [[ ${cmd} == $1 ]]; then
debug "have_test_command: '$1' is defined"
return 0
fi
done
debug "have_test_command: '$1' is not defined"
return 1
}
check_debug() {
# args must be defined in the source script that loads lib.sh!
# Returns 0 if debug argument is defined and 1 if not
for (( a = 0; a < "${#args[@]}"; a++ )); do
if [[ ${args[$a]} == "-d" ]]; then
return 0
fi
done
return 1
}
generate_mode_list() {
# $1: The path where the kernel things can be found, must have trailing slash
path="$1"
if [[ ${path} == "" ]]; then
path="${script_dir}/src/kernels"
fi
for m in $(ls ${path}); do
mn=$(source ${path}/${m}; echo ${mode_name})
md=$(source ${path}/${m}; echo ${mode_desc})
mode_list+=("${m%.*}:${mn}:${md}")
done
}
generate_test_commands_list() {
# $1: The path where the kernel things can be found, must have trailing slash
path="$1"
if [[ ${path} == "" ]]; then
path="${script_dir}"
fi
debug "generate_test_commands_list: path == ${path}"
for m in $(find ${path} -type d -iname "*archzfs-qemu-*-test-*"); do
test_commands_list+=("${m}")
done
}
get_kernel_update_funcs() {
update_funcs=()
for kernel in $(ls ${script_dir}/src/kernels); do
if [[ ${kernel%.*} != ${kernel_name} ]]; then
continue
fi
updatefuncs=$(cat "${script_dir}/src/kernels/${kernel}" | grep -v "^.*#" | grep -oh "update_.*_pkgbuilds")
for func in ${updatefuncs}; do update_funcs+=("${func}"); done
done
}
check_skip_build() {
# $1: Name of package to check
pkg=${1}
# get version of any package that has been built previously
run_cmd_show_and_capture_output "ls \"${script_dir}/packages/${kernel_name}/${pkg}/\"${pkg}*.pkg.tar.zst | grep \"$pkg\" | grep -v \"headers\" | tail -1"
pkg_path=${run_cmd_output}
if [[ ${pkg_path} == "" ]]; then
msg2 "No previously built packages exist for ${pkg}!"
else
vers=$(package_version_from_path ${pkg_path})
# get current version
eval $(source "${script_dir}/packages/${kernel_name}/${pkg}/PKGBUILD";
echo current_vers="${pkgver}";
echo current_rel="${pkgrel}";
)
# check if version has already been built
if [[ ${run_cmd_return} -eq 0 && ${vers} == ${current_vers}-${current_rel} ]]; then
msg "${pkg}=${vers} has already been built"
return 0
fi
fi
return 1
}
check_skip_src() {
# $1: Name of package to check
pkg=${1}
# check for any source package that has been generated previously
run_cmd_show_and_capture_output "ls \"${script_dir}/packages/${kernel_name}/${pkg}/\"${pkg}*.src.tar.gz | grep \"$pkg\" | grep -v \"headers\" | tail -1"
pkg_path=${run_cmd_output}
if [[ ${pkg_path} == "" ]]; then
msg2 "No previously generated source package exist for ${pkg}!"
else
msg "sources for ${pkg} have already been built"
return 0
fi
return 1
}
debug_print_default_vars() {
debug "dry_run: "${dry_run}
debug "debug_flag: "${debug_flag}
debug "mode: ${mode}"
debug "kernel_name: ${kernel_name}"
if [[ ${#mode_list[@]} -gt 0 ]]; then
debug_print_array "mode_list" "${mode_list[@]}"
fi
if [[ ${#update_funcs[@]} -gt 0 ]]; then
debug_print_array "update_funcs" "${update_funcs[@]}"
fi
if [[ ${#commands[@]} -gt 0 ]]; then
debug_print_array "commands" "${commands[@]}"
fi
}
debug_print_array() {
# $1 array name
# $2 array
if [[ $# -lt 2 ]]; then
warning "debug_print_array: Array '$1' is empty"
return
fi
local name=$1; shift
for item in "${@}"; do
debug "${name} (array item): ${item}"
done
}
# Do this early so it is possible to see the output
if check_debug; then
debug_flag=1
debug "debug mode is enabled"
fi
pkgbuild_cleanup() {
# $1 the file to process
# Strip all blanklines
sed -i '/^\s*$/d' $1
sed -i 's/"\ )$/")/g' $1
# Readd blanklines above build and package
sed -i '/^pkgver\(\)/{x;p;x;}' $1
sed -i '/^build\(\)/{x;p;x;}' $1
sed -i '/^package\(\)/{x;p;x;}' $1
}
git_check_repo() {
for pkg in "${pkg_list[@]}"; do
local reponame="zfs"
local url="${zfs_git_url}"
local repopath="${script_dir}/packages/${kernel_name}/${pkg}/${reponame}"
local temprepopath="${script_dir}/temp/${reponame}"
debug "GIT URL: ${url}"
debug "GIT REPO: ${repopath}"
if [[ ! -d "${repopath}" ]]; then
msg2 "Cloning repo '${repopath}'"
# clone into temp directory
if [[ ! -d "${temprepopath}" ]]; then
run_cmd_no_dry_run "git clone --mirror '${url}' '${temprepopath}'"
if [[ ${run_cmd_return} -ne 0 ]]; then
error "Failure while cloning ${url} repo"
exit 1
fi
fi
# copy into package directory from temp
run_cmd_no_dry_run "cp -r '${temprepopath}' '${repopath}'"
fi
msg2 "Updating repo '${repopath}'"
run_cmd_no_dry_run "cd ${repopath} && git fetch --all -p"
if [[ ${run_cmd_return} -ne 0 ]]; then
error "Failure while fetching ${url} repo"
exit 1
fi
done
}
git_calc_pkgver() {
msg2 "Cloning working copy for zfs"
local kernvers=${kernel_version_pkgver}
local sha=${zfs_git_commit}
# use utils package, if no kernel version is set and not on dkms
if [[ -z ${zfs_dkms_pkgbuild_path} && -z "${kernvers}" ]]; then
pkg=${zfs_utils_pkgname}
else
pkg=${zfs_pkgname}
fi
debug "Using package '${pkg}'"
# Checkout the git repo to a work directory
local cmd="/usr/bin/bash -s << EOF 2>/dev/null\\n"
cmd+="[[ -d temp/version ]] && rm -r temp/version\\n"
cmd+="mkdir temp/version && cd temp/version\\n"
cmd+="git clone ../../packages/${kernel_name}/${pkg}/zfs && cd zfs\\n"
cmd+="git checkout -b azb ${sha}\\n"
cmd+="EOF"
run_cmd_no_output_no_dry_run "${cmd}"
# Get the version number past the last tag
msg2 "Calculating PKGVER"
cmd="cd temp/version/zfs && "
cmd+='printf "%s.r%s.g%s" "$(git log -n 1 --pretty=format:"%cd" --date=short | sed "s/-/./g")" "$(git rev-list --count HEAD)" "$(git rev-parse --short HEAD)"'
run_cmd_no_output_no_dry_run "${cmd}"
zfs_git_ver=${run_cmd_output}
zfs_pkgver=${zfs_git_ver};
debug "zfs_pkgver: ${zfs_pkgver}"
# get latest commit sha
cmd="cd temp/version/zfs && "
cmd+="git rev-parse HEAD"
run_cmd_no_output_no_dry_run "${cmd}"
latest_zfs_git_commit=${run_cmd_output}
# Cleanup
msg2 "Removing working directory"
run_cmd_no_output_no_dry_run "rm -vrf temp/version"
}