Commit 6084633d authored by Dr. David Alan Gilbert's avatar Dr. David Alan Gilbert 🍫
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tools/virtiofsd: xattr name mappings: Add option



Add an option to define mappings of xattr names so that
the client and server filesystems see different views.
This can be used to have different SELinux mappings as
seen by the guest, to run the virtiofsd with less privileges
(e.g. in a case where it can't set trusted/system/security
xattrs but you want the guest to be able to), or to isolate
multiple users of the same name; e.g. trusted attributes
used by stacking overlayfs.

A mapping engine is used with 3 simple rules; the rules can
be combined to allow most useful mapping scenarios.
The ruleset is defined by -o xattrmap='rules...'.

This patch doesn't use the rule maps yet.
Signed-off-by: Dr. David Alan Gilbert's avatarDr. David Alan Gilbert <dgilbert@redhat.com>
Message-Id: <20201023165812.36028-2-dgilbert@redhat.com>
Reviewed-by: Stefan Hajnoczi's avatarStefan Hajnoczi <stefanha@redhat.com>
Signed-off-by: Dr. David Alan Gilbert's avatarDr. David Alan Gilbert <dgilbert@redhat.com>
parent 06844584
......@@ -127,6 +127,98 @@ Options
timeout. ``always`` sets a long cache lifetime at the expense of coherency.
The default is ``auto``.
xattr-mapping
-------------
By default the name of xattr's used by the client are passed through to the server
file system. This can be a problem where either those xattr names are used
by something on the server (e.g. selinux client/server confusion) or if the
virtiofsd is running in a container with restricted privileges where it cannot
access some attributes.
A mapping of xattr names can be made using -o xattrmap=mapping where the ``mapping``
string consists of a series of rules.
The first matching rule terminates the mapping.
The set of rules must include a terminating rule to match any remaining attributes
at the end.
Each rule consists of a number of fields separated with a separator that is the
first non-white space character in the rule. This separator must then be used
for the whole rule.
White space may be added before and after each rule.
Using ':' as the separator a rule is of the form:
``:type:scope:key:prepend:``
**scope** is:
- 'client' - match 'key' against a xattr name from the client for
setxattr/getxattr/removexattr
- 'server' - match 'prepend' against a xattr name from the server
for listxattr
- 'all' - can be used to make a single rule where both the server
and client matches are triggered.
**type** is one of:
- 'prefix' - is designed to prepend and strip a prefix; the modified
attributes then being passed on to the client/server.
- 'ok' - Causes the rule set to be terminated when a match is found
while allowing matching xattr's through unchanged.
It is intended both as a way of explicitly terminating
the list of rules, and to allow some xattr's to skip following rules.
- 'bad' - If a client tries to use a name matching 'key' it's
denied using EPERM; when the server passes an attribute
name matching 'prepend' it's hidden. In many ways it's use is very like
'ok' as either an explict terminator or for special handling of certain
patterns.
**key** is a string tested as a prefix on an attribute name originating
on the client. It maybe empty in which case a 'client' rule
will always match on client names.
**prepend** is a string tested as a prefix on an attribute name originating
on the server, and used as a new prefix. It may be empty
in which case a 'server' rule will always match on all names from
the server.
e.g.:
``:prefix:client:trusted.:user.virtiofs.:``
will match 'trusted.' attributes in client calls and prefix them before
passing them to the server.
``:prefix:server::user.virtiofs.:``
will strip 'user.virtiofs.' from all server replies.
``:prefix:all:trusted.:user.virtiofs.:``
combines the previous two cases into a single rule.
``:ok:client:user.::``
will allow get/set xattr for 'user.' xattr's and ignore
following rules.
``:ok:server::security.:``
will pass 'securty.' xattr's in listxattr from the server
and ignore following rules.
``:ok:all:::``
will terminate the rule search passing any remaining attributes
in both directions.
``:bad:server::security.:``
would hide 'security.' xattr's in listxattr from the server.
Examples
--------
......
......@@ -64,6 +64,7 @@
#include <syslog.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include "qemu/cutils.h"
#include "passthrough_helpers.h"
#include "passthrough_seccomp.h"
......@@ -142,6 +143,12 @@ enum {
SANDBOX_CHROOT,
};
typedef struct xattr_map_entry {
char *key;
char *prepend;
unsigned int flags;
} XattrMapEntry;
struct lo_data {
pthread_mutex_t mutex;
int sandbox;
......@@ -150,6 +157,7 @@ struct lo_data {
int flock;
int posix_lock;
int xattr;
char *xattrmap;
char *source;
char *modcaps;
double timeout;
......@@ -163,6 +171,8 @@ struct lo_data {
struct lo_map ino_map; /* protected by lo->mutex */
struct lo_map dirp_map; /* protected by lo->mutex */
struct lo_map fd_map; /* protected by lo->mutex */
XattrMapEntry *xattr_map_list;
size_t xattr_map_nentries;
/* An O_PATH file descriptor to /proc/self/fd/ */
int proc_self_fd;
......@@ -184,6 +194,7 @@ static const struct fuse_opt lo_opts[] = {
{ "no_posix_lock", offsetof(struct lo_data, posix_lock), 0 },
{ "xattr", offsetof(struct lo_data, xattr), 1 },
{ "no_xattr", offsetof(struct lo_data, xattr), 0 },
{ "xattrmap=%s", offsetof(struct lo_data, xattrmap), 0 },
{ "modcaps=%s", offsetof(struct lo_data, modcaps), 0 },
{ "timeout=%lf", offsetof(struct lo_data, timeout), 0 },
{ "timeout=", offsetof(struct lo_data, timeout_set), 1 },
......@@ -2022,6 +2033,161 @@ static void lo_flock(fuse_req_t req, fuse_ino_t ino, struct fuse_file_info *fi,
fuse_reply_err(req, res == -1 ? errno : 0);
}
/* types */
/*
* Exit; process attribute unmodified if matched.
* An empty key applies to all.
*/
#define XATTR_MAP_FLAG_OK (1 << 0)
/*
* The attribute is unwanted;
* EPERM on write, hidden on read.
*/
#define XATTR_MAP_FLAG_BAD (1 << 1)
/*
* For attr that start with 'key' prepend 'prepend'
* 'key' may be empty to prepend for all attrs
* key is defined from set/remove point of view.
* Automatically reversed on read
*/
#define XATTR_MAP_FLAG_PREFIX (1 << 2)
/* scopes */
/* Apply rule to get/set/remove */
#define XATTR_MAP_FLAG_CLIENT (1 << 16)
/* Apply rule to list */
#define XATTR_MAP_FLAG_SERVER (1 << 17)
/* Apply rule to all */
#define XATTR_MAP_FLAG_ALL (XATTR_MAP_FLAG_SERVER | XATTR_MAP_FLAG_CLIENT)
static void add_xattrmap_entry(struct lo_data *lo,
const XattrMapEntry *new_entry)
{
XattrMapEntry *res = g_realloc_n(lo->xattr_map_list,
lo->xattr_map_nentries + 1,
sizeof(XattrMapEntry));
res[lo->xattr_map_nentries++] = *new_entry;
lo->xattr_map_list = res;
}
static void free_xattrmap(struct lo_data *lo)
{
XattrMapEntry *map = lo->xattr_map_list;
size_t i;
if (!map) {
return;
}
for (i = 0; i < lo->xattr_map_nentries; i++) {
g_free(map[i].key);
g_free(map[i].prepend);
};
g_free(map);
lo->xattr_map_list = NULL;
lo->xattr_map_nentries = -1;
}
static void parse_xattrmap(struct lo_data *lo)
{
const char *map = lo->xattrmap;
const char *tmp;
lo->xattr_map_nentries = 0;
while (*map) {
XattrMapEntry tmp_entry;
char sep;
if (isspace(*map)) {
map++;
continue;
}
/* The separator is the first non-space of the rule */
sep = *map++;
if (!sep) {
break;
}
tmp_entry.flags = 0;
/* Start of 'type' */
if (strstart(map, "prefix", &map)) {
tmp_entry.flags |= XATTR_MAP_FLAG_PREFIX;
} else if (strstart(map, "ok", &map)) {
tmp_entry.flags |= XATTR_MAP_FLAG_OK;
} else if (strstart(map, "bad", &map)) {
tmp_entry.flags |= XATTR_MAP_FLAG_BAD;
} else {
fuse_log(FUSE_LOG_ERR,
"%s: Unexpected type;"
"Expecting 'prefix', 'ok', or 'bad' in rule %zu\n",
__func__, lo->xattr_map_nentries);
exit(1);
}
if (*map++ != sep) {
fuse_log(FUSE_LOG_ERR,
"%s: Missing '%c' at end of type field of rule %zu\n",
__func__, sep, lo->xattr_map_nentries);
exit(1);
}
/* Start of 'scope' */
if (strstart(map, "client", &map)) {
tmp_entry.flags |= XATTR_MAP_FLAG_CLIENT;
} else if (strstart(map, "server", &map)) {
tmp_entry.flags |= XATTR_MAP_FLAG_SERVER;
} else if (strstart(map, "all", &map)) {
tmp_entry.flags |= XATTR_MAP_FLAG_ALL;
} else {
fuse_log(FUSE_LOG_ERR,
"%s: Unexpected scope;"
" Expecting 'client', 'server', or 'all', in rule %zu\n",
__func__, lo->xattr_map_nentries);
exit(1);
}
if (*map++ != sep) {
fuse_log(FUSE_LOG_ERR,
"%s: Expecting '%c' found '%c'"
" after scope in rule %zu\n",
__func__, sep, *map, lo->xattr_map_nentries);
exit(1);
}
/* At start of 'key' field */
tmp = strchr(map, sep);
if (!tmp) {
fuse_log(FUSE_LOG_ERR,
"%s: Missing '%c' at end of key field of rule %zu",
__func__, sep, lo->xattr_map_nentries);
exit(1);
}
tmp_entry.key = g_strndup(map, tmp - map);
map = tmp + 1;
/* At start of 'prepend' field */
tmp = strchr(map, sep);
if (!tmp) {
fuse_log(FUSE_LOG_ERR,
"%s: Missing '%c' at end of prepend field of rule %zu",
__func__, sep, lo->xattr_map_nentries);
exit(1);
}
tmp_entry.prepend = g_strndup(map, tmp - map);
map = tmp + 1;
add_xattrmap_entry(lo, &tmp_entry);
/* End of rule - go around again for another rule */
}
if (!lo->xattr_map_nentries) {
fuse_log(FUSE_LOG_ERR, "Empty xattr map\n");
exit(1);
}
}
static void lo_getxattr(fuse_req_t req, fuse_ino_t ino, const char *name,
size_t size)
{
......@@ -2858,6 +3024,8 @@ static void fuse_lo_data_cleanup(struct lo_data *lo)
close(lo->root.fd);
}
free(lo->xattrmap);
free_xattrmap(lo);
free(lo->source);
}
......@@ -2958,6 +3126,11 @@ int main(int argc, char *argv[])
} else {
lo.source = strdup("/");
}
if (lo.xattrmap) {
parse_xattrmap(&lo);
}
if (!lo.timeout_set) {
switch (lo.cache) {
case CACHE_NONE:
......
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