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#!/usr/bin/perl -w

# This has the common functionality for tbprerun/tbrun/tbend.

# tbs_initdbi(dbname) - Initializes a DBI connection to the testbed database
#                       Returns the database handle.
# tbs_prefix(s) - Returns the file prefix.  I.e. strips off \..+$ from the end.
# tbs_out(s) - Spits s out to stdout and LOGFILE.
# tbs_exec(s) - Acts like system except STDOUT and STDERR are both spat out
#               through tbs_out.  Returns 1 on failure and 0 on success.

my $LOGFILE;
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my $logging = 0;
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sub tbs_initdbi {
    my($dbname) = $_[0];
    return DBI->connect("DBI:mysql:database=$dbname;host=localhost") 
	|| die "Could not connect to DB.\n";
};

sub tbs_initlog {
    my($logfile) = $_[0];

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    # Turn off line buffering.
    $| = 1; 

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    open(LOGFILE,">>$logfile") || do {
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	print STDERR "Could not open $logfile for writing.\n";
	exit(1);
    };
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    $logging = 1;
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}

sub tbs_prefix {
    my($s) = $_[0];
    my($prefix);
    ($prefix) = ($s =~ /^(.+)\.[^.]+$/);
    return $prefix;
};

sub tbs_out {
    my($s) = $_[0];
    print $s;
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    if ($logging) {
	print LOGFILE $s;
    }
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};

sub tbs_exec {
    my($cmd) = $_[0];
    open(EXEC,"$cmd 2>&1|") || return 1;
    while (<EXEC>) {
	&tbs_out($_);
    }
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    close(EXEC) or
	return $! ? $! : $?;

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    return 0;
};

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