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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright (C) 2014 The Android Open Source Project
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
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# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
from __future__ import print_function
import argparse
import bisect
import logging
import os
import struct
import threading
from hashlib import sha1
import rangelib
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
class SparseImage(object):
"""Wraps a sparse image file into an image object.
Wraps a sparse image file (and optional file map and clobbered_blocks) into
an image object suitable for passing to BlockImageDiff. file_map contains
the mapping between files and their blocks. clobbered_blocks contains the set
of blocks that should be always written to the target regardless of the old
contents (i.e. copying instead of patching). clobbered_blocks should be in
the form of a string like "0" or "0 1-5 8".
def __init__(self, simg_fn, file_map_fn=None, clobbered_blocks=None,
mode="rb", build_map=True, allow_shared_blocks=False,
self.simg_f = f = open(simg_fn, mode)
header_bin =
header = struct.unpack("<I4H4I", header_bin)
magic = header[0]
major_version = header[1]
minor_version = header[2]
file_hdr_sz = header[3]
chunk_hdr_sz = header[4]
self.blocksize = blk_sz = header[5]
self.total_blocks = total_blks = header[6]
self.total_chunks = total_chunks = header[7]
if magic != 0xED26FF3A:
raise ValueError("Magic should be 0xED26FF3A but is 0x%08X" % (magic,))
if major_version != 1 or minor_version != 0:
raise ValueError("I know about version 1.0, but this is version %u.%u" %
(major_version, minor_version))
if file_hdr_sz != 28:
raise ValueError("File header size was expected to be 28, but is %u." %
if chunk_hdr_sz != 12:
raise ValueError("Chunk header size was expected to be 12, but is %u." %
"Total of %u %u-byte output blocks in %u input chunks.", total_blks,
blk_sz, total_chunks)
if not build_map:
assert not hashtree_info_generator, \
"Cannot generate the hashtree info without building the offset map."
pos = 0 # in blocks
care_data = []
self.offset_map = offset_map = []
self.clobbered_blocks = rangelib.RangeSet(data=clobbered_blocks)
for i in range(total_chunks):
header_bin =
header = struct.unpack("<2H2I", header_bin)
chunk_type = header[0]
chunk_sz = header[2]
total_sz = header[3]
data_sz = total_sz - 12
if chunk_type == 0xCAC1:
if data_sz != (chunk_sz * blk_sz):
raise ValueError(
"Raw chunk input size (%u) does not match output size (%u)" %
(data_sz, chunk_sz * blk_sz))
care_data.append(pos + chunk_sz)
offset_map.append((pos, chunk_sz, f.tell(), None))
pos += chunk_sz, os.SEEK_CUR)
elif chunk_type == 0xCAC2:
fill_data =
care_data.append(pos + chunk_sz)
offset_map.append((pos, chunk_sz, None, fill_data))
pos += chunk_sz
elif chunk_type == 0xCAC3:
if data_sz != 0:
raise ValueError("Don't care chunk input size is non-zero (%u)" %
# Fills the don't care data ranges with zeros.
# TODO(xunchang) pass the care_map to hashtree info generator.
if hashtree_info_generator:
fill_data = '\x00' * 4
# In order to compute verity hashtree on device, we need to write
# zeros explicitly to the don't care ranges. Because these ranges may
# contain non-zero data from the previous build.
care_data.append(pos + chunk_sz)
offset_map.append((pos, chunk_sz, None, fill_data))
pos += chunk_sz
elif chunk_type == 0xCAC4:
raise ValueError("CRC32 chunks are not supported")
raise ValueError("Unknown chunk type 0x%04X not supported" %
self.generator_lock = threading.Lock()
self.care_map = rangelib.RangeSet(care_data)
self.offset_index = [i[0] for i in offset_map]
# Bug: 20881595
# Introduce extended blocks as a workaround for the bug. dm-verity may
# touch blocks that are not in the care_map due to block device
# read-ahead. It will fail if such blocks contain non-zeroes. We zero out
# the extended blocks explicitly to avoid dm-verity failures. 512 blocks
# are the maximum read-ahead we configure for dm-verity block devices.
extended = self.care_map.extend(512)
all_blocks = rangelib.RangeSet(data=(0, self.total_blocks))
extended = extended.intersect(all_blocks).subtract(self.care_map)
self.extended = extended
self.hashtree_info = None
if hashtree_info_generator:
self.hashtree_info = hashtree_info_generator.Generate(self)
if file_map_fn:
self.LoadFileBlockMap(file_map_fn, self.clobbered_blocks,
self.file_map = {"__DATA": self.care_map}
def AppendFillChunk(self, data, blocks):
f = self.simg_f
# Append a fill chunk, os.SEEK_END)
f.write(struct.pack("<2H3I", 0xCAC2, 0, blocks, 16, data))
# Update the sparse header
self.total_blocks += blocks
self.total_chunks += 1, os.SEEK_SET)
f.write(struct.pack("<2I", self.total_blocks, self.total_chunks))
def RangeSha1(self, ranges):
h = sha1()
for data in self._GetRangeData(ranges):
return h.hexdigest()
def ReadRangeSet(self, ranges):
return [d for d in self._GetRangeData(ranges)]
def TotalSha1(self, include_clobbered_blocks=False):
"""Return the SHA-1 hash of all data in the 'care' regions.
If include_clobbered_blocks is True, it returns the hash including the
ranges = self.care_map
if not include_clobbered_blocks:
ranges = ranges.subtract(self.clobbered_blocks)
return self.RangeSha1(ranges)
def WriteRangeDataToFd(self, ranges, fd):
for data in self._GetRangeData(ranges):
def _GetRangeData(self, ranges):
"""Generator that produces all the image data in 'ranges'. The
number of individual pieces returned is arbitrary (and in
particular is not necessarily equal to the number of ranges in
Use a lock to protect the generator so that we will not run two
instances of this generator on the same object simultaneously."""
f = self.simg_f
with self.generator_lock:
for s, e in ranges:
to_read = e-s
idx = bisect.bisect_right(self.offset_index, s) - 1
chunk_start, chunk_len, filepos, fill_data = self.offset_map[idx]
# for the first chunk we may be starting partway through it.
remain = chunk_len - (s - chunk_start)
this_read = min(remain, to_read)
if filepos is not None:
p = filepos + ((s - chunk_start) * self.blocksize), os.SEEK_SET)
yield * self.blocksize)
yield fill_data * (this_read * (self.blocksize >> 2))
to_read -= this_read
while to_read > 0:
# continue with following chunks if this range spans multiple chunks.
idx += 1
chunk_start, chunk_len, filepos, fill_data = self.offset_map[idx]
this_read = min(chunk_len, to_read)
if filepos is not None:, os.SEEK_SET)
yield * self.blocksize)
yield fill_data * (this_read * (self.blocksize >> 2))
to_read -= this_read
def LoadFileBlockMap(self, fn, clobbered_blocks, allow_shared_blocks):
"""Loads the given block map file.
fn: The filename of the block map file.
clobbered_blocks: A RangeSet instance for the clobbered blocks.
allow_shared_blocks: Whether having shared blocks is allowed.
remaining = self.care_map
self.file_map = out = {}
with open(fn) as f:
for line in f:
fn, ranges = line.split(None, 1)
ranges = rangelib.RangeSet.parse(ranges)
if allow_shared_blocks:
# Find the shared blocks that have been claimed by others. If so, tag
# the entry so that we can skip applying imgdiff on this file.
shared_blocks = ranges.subtract(remaining)
if shared_blocks:
non_shared = ranges.subtract(shared_blocks)
if not non_shared:
# There shouldn't anything in the extra dict yet.
assert not ranges.extra, "Non-empty RangeSet.extra"
# Put the non-shared RangeSet as the value in the block map, which
# has a copy of the original RangeSet.
non_shared.extra['uses_shared_blocks'] = ranges
ranges = non_shared
out[fn] = ranges
assert ranges.size() == ranges.intersect(remaining).size()
# Currently we assume that blocks in clobbered_blocks are not part of
# any file.
assert not clobbered_blocks.overlaps(ranges)
remaining = remaining.subtract(ranges)
remaining = remaining.subtract(clobbered_blocks)
if self.hashtree_info:
remaining = remaining.subtract(self.hashtree_info.hashtree_range)
# For all the remaining blocks in the care_map (ie, those that
# aren't part of the data for any file nor part of the clobbered_blocks),
# divide them into blocks that are all zero and blocks that aren't.
# (Zero blocks are handled specially because (1) there are usually
# a lot of them and (2) bsdiff handles files with long sequences of
# repeated bytes especially poorly.)
zero_blocks = []
nonzero_blocks = []
reference = '\0' * self.blocksize
# Workaround for bug 23227672. For squashfs, we don't have a So
# the whole system image will be treated as a single file. But for some
# unknown bug, the updater will be killed due to OOM when writing back the
# patched image to flash (observed on lenok-userdebug MEA49). Prior to
# getting a real fix, we evenly divide the non-zero blocks into smaller
# groups (currently 1024 blocks or 4MB per group).
# Bug: 23227672
nonzero_groups = []
f = self.simg_f
for s, e in remaining:
for b in range(s, e):
idx = bisect.bisect_right(self.offset_index, b) - 1
chunk_start, _, filepos, fill_data = self.offset_map[idx]
if filepos is not None:
filepos += (b-chunk_start) * self.blocksize, os.SEEK_SET)
data =
if fill_data == reference[:4]: # fill with all zeros
data = reference
data = None
if data == reference:
if len(nonzero_blocks) >= MAX_BLOCKS_PER_GROUP:
# Clear the list.
nonzero_blocks = []
if nonzero_blocks:
nonzero_blocks = []
assert zero_blocks or nonzero_groups or clobbered_blocks
if zero_blocks:
out["__ZERO"] = rangelib.RangeSet(data=zero_blocks)
if nonzero_groups:
for i, blocks in enumerate(nonzero_groups):
out["__NONZERO-%d" % i] = rangelib.RangeSet(data=blocks)
if clobbered_blocks:
out["__COPY"] = clobbered_blocks
if self.hashtree_info:
out["__HASHTREE"] = self.hashtree_info.hashtree_range
def ResetFileMap(self):
"""Throw away the file map and treat the entire image as
undifferentiated data."""
self.file_map = {"__DATA": self.care_map}
def GetImagePartitionSize(img):
simg = SparseImage(img, build_map=False)
return simg.blocksize * simg.total_blocks
except ValueError:
return os.path.getsize(img)
if __name__ == '__main__':
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument('--get_partition_size', action='store_true',
help='Return partition size of the image')
args = parser.parse_args()
if args.get_partition_size: