Commit fd2e5f3a authored by Leigh B. Stoller's avatar Leigh B. Stoller
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Another change. Do the mapping to the actual card name, since we store

that in the DB as the interface_type in the interfaces table. Of
course, this is the BSD name, but since we do delays on BSD machines,
thats okay for now.
parent 62bae1b9
......@@ -623,13 +623,19 @@ dodelay(int sock, struct in_addr ipaddr, char *rdata, int tcp)
return 0;
* Get delay parameters for the machine. Might be more than one
* since someday we may allow a single machine to operate as a
* delay node across multiple links.
* Get delay parameters for the machine. The point of this silly
* join is to get the type out so that we can pass it back. Of
* course, this assumes that the type is the BSD name, not linux.
res = mydb_query("select iface0,iface1,delay,bandwidth,lossrate "
"from delays where node_id='%s'",
5, nodeid);
res = mydb_query("select iface0,i.interface_type,"
" iface1,j.interface_type,delay,bandwidth,lossrate "
" from delays "
"left join interfaces as i on "
" i.node_id=delays.node_id and i.iface=iface0 "
"left join interfaces as j on "
" j.node_id=delays.node_id and j.iface=iface1 "
" where delays.node_id='%s'",
7, nodeid);
if (!res) {
syslog(LOG_ERR, "DELAY: %s: DB Error getting delays!",
......@@ -641,11 +647,28 @@ dodelay(int sock, struct in_addr ipaddr, char *rdata, int tcp)
return 0;
while (nrows) {
char card0[64], card1[64];
row = mysql_fetch_row(res);
* Yikes, this is ugly! Sanity check though, since I saw
* some bogus values in the DB.
if (!row[0] || !row[1] || !row[2] || !row[3]) {
syslog(LOG_ERR, "DELAY: %s: DB values are bogus!",
return 1;
strcpy(card0, row[1]);
strcat(card0, strpbrk(row[0], "0123456789"));
strcpy(card1, row[3]);
strcat(card1, strpbrk(row[2], "0123456789"));
"DELAY INT0=%s INT1=%s DELAY=%s BW=%s PLR=%s\n",
row[0], row[1], row[2], row[3], row[4]);
card0, card1, row[4], row[5], row[6]);
client_writeback(sock, buf, strlen(buf), tcp);
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