Author: sephe
Date: Mon Aug  7 02:15:13 2017
New Revision: 322129
URL: https://svnweb.freebsd.org/changeset/base/322129

Log:
  MFC 321762
      hyperv: Add VF bringup scripts and devd rules.
  
      How network VF works with hn(4) on Hyper-V in non-transparent mode:
  
      - Each network VF has a cooresponding hn(4).
      - The network VF and the it's cooresponding hn(4) have the same hardware
        address.
      - Once the network VF is up, e.g. ifconfig VF up:
        o  All of the transmission should go through the network VF.
        o  Most of the reception goes through the network VF.
        o  Small amount of reception may go through the cooresponding hn(4).
           This reception will happen, even if the the cooresponding hn(4) is
           down.  The cooresponding hn(4) will change the reception interface
           to the network VF, so that network layer and application layer will
           be tricked into thinking that these packets were received by the
           network VF.
        o  The cooresponding hn(4) pretends the physical link is down.
      - Once the network VF is down or detached:
        o  All of the transmission should go through the cooresponding hn(4).
        o  All of the reception goes through the cooresponding hn(4).
        o  The cooresponding hn(4) fallbacks to the original physical link
           detection logic.
  
      All these features are mainly used to help live migration, during which
      the network VF will be detached, while the network communication to the
      VM must not be cut off.  In order to reach this level of live migration
      transparency, we use failover mode lagg(4) with the network VF and the
      cooresponding hn(4) attached to it.
  
      To ease user configuration for both network VF and non-network VF, the
      lagg(4) will be created by the following rules, and the configuration
      of the cooresponding hn(4) will be applied to the lagg(4) automatically.
  
      Sponsored by:   Microsoft
      Differential Revision:  https://reviews.freebsd.org/D11635

Added:
  stable/10/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfattach
     - copied unchanged from r321762, 
head/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfattach
  stable/10/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfup
     - copied unchanged from r321762, 
head/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfup
Modified:
  stable/10/etc/devd/hyperv.conf
  stable/10/libexec/hyperv/Makefile
Directory Properties:
  stable/10/   (props changed)

Copied: stable/10/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfattach (from r321762, 
head/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfattach)
==============================================================================
--- /dev/null   00:00:00 1970   (empty, because file is newly added)
+++ stable/10/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfattach      Mon Aug  7 
02:15:13 2017        (r322129, copy of r321762, 
head/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfattach)
@@ -0,0 +1,79 @@
+#!/bin/sh
+
+#
+# If transparent VF is enabled, don't do anything.
+#
+
+sysctl -n hw.hn.vf_transparent > /dev/null 2>&1
+if [ $? -ne 0 ]
+then
+       # Old kernel; no transparent VF.
+       vf_transparent=0
+else
+       vf_transparent=`sysctl -n hw.hn.vf_transparent`
+fi
+
+if [ $vf_transparent -ne 0 ]
+then
+       # Transparent VF; done!
+       exit 0
+fi
+
+iface=$1
+delay=$2
+
+if [ $delay -gt 0 ]
+then
+       #
+       # Delayed VF up.
+       #
+       sleep $delay
+       ifconfig $iface up
+       # Done!
+       exit $?
+fi
+
+#
+# Check to see whether $iface is a VF or not.
+# If $iface is a VF, bring it up now.
+#
+
+# for hyperv_vf_delay
+. /etc/rc.conf
+
+sysctl -n hw.hn.vflist > /dev/null 2>&1
+if [ $? -ne 0 ]
+then
+       # Old kernel; nothing could be done properly.
+       exit 0
+fi
+vf_list=`sysctl -n hw.hn.vflist`
+
+for vf in $vf_list
+do
+       if [ $vf = $iface ]
+       then
+               #
+               # Linger a little bit (at least 2 seconds) mainly to
+               # make sure that $iface is fully attached.
+               #
+               # NOTE:
+               # In Azure hyperv_vf_delay should be configured to a
+               # large value, e.g. 120 seconds, to avoid racing cloud
+               # agent goofs.
+               #
+               test $hyperv_vf_delay -ge 2 > /dev/null 2>&1
+               if [ $? -ne 0 ]
+               then
+                       hyperv_vf_delay=2
+               fi
+               #
+               # NOTE:
+               # "(sleep ..; ifconfig .. up) > /dev/null 2>&1 &"
+               # does _not_ work.
+               #
+               daemon -f /usr/libexec/hyperv/hyperv_vfattach \
+                   $iface $hyperv_vf_delay
+               break
+       fi
+done

Copied: stable/10/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfup (from r321762, 
head/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfup)
==============================================================================
--- /dev/null   00:00:00 1970   (empty, because file is newly added)
+++ stable/10/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfup  Mon Aug  7 02:15:13 
2017        (r322129, copy of r321762, 
head/contrib/hyperv/tools/scripts/hyperv_vfup)
@@ -0,0 +1,119 @@
+#!/bin/sh
+
+. /etc/rc.subr
+. /etc/network.subr
+
+load_rc_config netif
+
+#
+# Customized per-interface setup, e.g. hyperv_vfup.hn1
+#
+# NOTE-CUSTOMIZE:
+# Comment this out, if this script is used as template
+# for the customized per-interface setup.
+#
+if [ -f /usr/libexec/hyperv/hyperv_vfup.$1 ]
+then
+       /usr/libexec/hyperv/hyperv_vfup.$1
+       exit $?
+fi
+
+# NOTE-CUSTOMIZE:
+#hn=${0##*.}
+hn=$1
+hn_unit=`echo $hn | sed 's/[^0-9]*//g'`
+
+vf=`sysctl -n dev.hn.$hn_unit.vf`
+if [ ! $vf ]
+then
+       # Race happened; VF was removed, before we ran.
+       echo "$hn: VF was detached"
+       exit 0
+fi
+
+#
+# Create laggX for hnX.
+# Add VF and hnX to laggX.
+#
+
+lagg=lagg$hn_unit
+
+ifconfig $lagg > /dev/null 2>&1
+if [ $? -ne 0 ]
+then
+       #
+       # No laggX, create it now.
+       #
+       ifconfig $lagg create > /dev/null 2>&1
+       if [ $? -ne 0 ]
+       then
+               echo "$lagg creation failed"
+               exit 1
+       fi
+
+       #
+       # Configure laggX (failover), add hnX and VF to it.
+       #
+       ifconfig $lagg laggproto failover laggport $hn laggport $vf
+       ifconfig $lagg inet6 no_dad
+
+       #
+       # Stop dhclient on hnX, if any.
+       #
+       pidfile=/var/run/dhclient.$hn.pid
+       if [ -f $pidfile ]
+       then
+               kill -TERM `cat $pidfile`
+       fi
+
+       #
+       # Remove all configured IPv4 addresses on hnX, e.g.
+       # configured by dhclient.  laggX will take over the
+       # network operations.
+       #
+       while true
+       do
+               ifconfig $hn -alias > /dev/null 2>&1
+               if [ $? -ne 0 ]
+               then
+                       break
+               fi
+       done
+
+       # TODO: Remove IPv6 addresses on hnX
+
+       #
+       # Use hnX's configuration for laggX
+       #
+       # NOTE-CUSTOMIZE:
+       # If this script is used as template for the customized
+       # per-interface setup, replace this with whatever you
+       # want to do with the laggX.
+       #
+       if dhcpif $hn;
+       then
+               ifconfig $lagg up
+               if syncdhcpif $hn;
+               then
+                       dhclient $lagg
+               else
+                       dhclient -b $lagg
+               fi
+       else
+               ifconfig_args=`ifconfig_getargs $hn`
+               if [ -n "$ifconfig_args" ]
+               then
+                       ifconfig $lagg $ifconfig_args
+               fi
+       fi
+else
+       #
+       # laggX exists.  Check whether VF was there or not.
+       # If VF was not added to laggX, add it now.
+       #
+       ifconfig $lagg | grep "laggport: $vf" > /dev/null 2>&1
+       if [ $? -ne 0 ]
+       then
+               ifconfig $lagg laggport $vf
+       fi
+fi

Modified: stable/10/etc/devd/hyperv.conf
==============================================================================
--- stable/10/etc/devd/hyperv.conf      Mon Aug  7 01:09:33 2017        
(r322128)
+++ stable/10/etc/devd/hyperv.conf      Mon Aug  7 02:15:13 2017        
(r322129)
@@ -33,3 +33,76 @@ notify 11 {
        match "cdev"            "hv_fsvss_dev";
        action "pkill -x hv_vss_daemon";
 };
+
+#
+# Rules for non-transparent network VF.
+#
+# How network VF works with hn(4) on Hyper-V in non-transparent mode:
+#
+# - Each network VF has a cooresponding hn(4).
+# - The network VF and the it's cooresponding hn(4) have the same hardware
+#   address.
+# - Once the network VF is up, e.g. ifconfig VF up:
+#   o  All of the transmission should go through the network VF.
+#   o  Most of the reception goes through the network VF.
+#   o  Small amount of reception may go through the cooresponding hn(4).
+#      This reception will happen, even if the the cooresponding hn(4) is
+#      down.  The cooresponding hn(4) will change the reception interface
+#      to the network VF, so that network layer and application layer will
+#      be tricked into thinking that these packets were received by the
+#      network VF.
+#   o  The cooresponding hn(4) pretends the physical link is down.
+# - Once the network VF is down or detached:
+#   o  All of the transmission should go through the cooresponding hn(4).
+#   o  All of the reception goes through the cooresponding hn(4).
+#   o  The cooresponding hn(4) fallbacks to the original physical link
+#      detection logic.
+#
+# All these features are mainly used to help live migration, during which
+# the network VF will be detached, while the network communication to the
+# VM must not be cut off.  In order to reach this level of live migration
+# transparency, we use failover mode lagg(4) with the network VF and the
+# cooresponding hn(4) attached to it.
+#
+# To ease user configuration for both network VF and non-network VF, the
+# lagg(4) will be created by the following rules, and the configuration
+# of the cooresponding hn(4) will be applied to the lagg(4) automatically.
+#
+# NOTE:
+# If live migration is not needed at all, the following rules could be
+# commented out, and the network VF interface could be used exclusively.
+# Most often the cooresponding hn(4) could be completely ignored.
+#
+#
+# Default workflow for the network VF bringup:
+# 1) ETHERNET/IFATTACH -> VF interface up (delayed by rc.conf hyperv_vf_delay
+#    seconds).  This operation will trigger HYPERV_NIC_VF/VF_UP.
+# 2) HYPERV_NIC_VF/VF_UP:
+#    a) Create laggX coresponding to hnX.
+#    b) Add hnX and VF to laggX.
+#    c) Whack all previous network configuration on hnX, including stopping
+#       dhclient.
+#    d) Apply rc.conf ifconfig_hnX to laggX; i.e. including starting dhclient.
+#
+# NOTE:
+# HYPERV_NIC_VF/VF_UP action script could be customized per-interface by
+# adding /usr/libexec/hyperv/hyperv_vfup.hnX script.
+# /usr/libexec/hyperv/hyperv_vfup could be used as the template for the
+# customized per-interface script.
+#
+# NOTE:
+# For transparent network VF, hyperv_vfattach does nothing and
+# HYPERV_NIC_VF/VF_UP will not be triggered at all.
+#
+
+notify 10 {
+       match "system"          "HYPERV_NIC_VF";
+       match "type"            "VF_UP";
+       action "/usr/libexec/hyperv/hyperv_vfup $subsystem";
+};
+
+notify 10 {
+       match "system"          "ETHERNET";
+       match "type"            "IFATTACH";
+       action "/usr/libexec/hyperv/hyperv_vfattach $subsystem 0";
+};

Modified: stable/10/libexec/hyperv/Makefile
==============================================================================
--- stable/10/libexec/hyperv/Makefile   Mon Aug  7 01:09:33 2017        
(r322128)
+++ stable/10/libexec/hyperv/Makefile   Mon Aug  7 02:15:13 2017        
(r322129)
@@ -5,6 +5,7 @@
 BINDIR=                ${LIBEXECDIR}/hyperv
 
 SCRIPTS=       hv_set_ifconfig hv_get_dns_info hv_get_dhcp_info
+SCRIPTS+=      hyperv_vfattach hyperv_vfup
 NO_OBJ=
 
 .include <bsd.prog.mk>
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