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#!/bin/bash
# COmanage Registry Dockerfile entrypoint
#
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# Development, Inc. ("UCAID") under one or more contributor license agreements.
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# UCAID licenses this file to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0
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if [ -n "$DEBUG" ]
then
OUTPUT=/dev/stdout
else
OUTPUT=/dev/null
fi
# If ENV or USERTOKEN as injected by the deployer contain a semi-colon remove it.
if [[ $ENV =~ .*";".* ]]; then
ENV=`echo $ENV | tr -d ';'`
export ENV
fi
if [[ $USERTOKEN =~ .*";".* ]]; then
USERTOKEN=`echo $USERTOKEN | tr -d ';'`
export USERTOKEN
fi
# If ENV or USERTOKEN as injected by the deployer contain a space remove it.
if [[ $ENV =~ [[:space:]] ]]; then
ENV=`echo $ENV | tr -d [:space:]`
export ENV
fi
if [[ $USERTOKEN =~ [[:space:]] ]]; then
USERTOKEN=`echo $USERTOKEN | tr -d [:space:]`
export USERTOKEN
fi
# Make a "console" logging pipe that anyone can write to regardless of who owns the process.
rm -f /tmp/logpipe > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
mkfifo -m 666 /tmp/logpipe > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
cat <> /tmp/logpipe &
# Format any console output from httpd into standard TIER form.
rm -f /tmp/loghttpd > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
mkfifo -m 666 /tmp/loghttpd > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
(cat <> /tmp/loghttpd | awk -v ENV="$ENV" -v UT="$USERTOKEN" '{printf "httpd;console;%s;%s;%s\n", ENV, UT, $0; fflush()}' 1>/tmp/logpipe 2>&1)&
# Format any console output from shibd into standard TIER form.
rm -f /tmp/logshibd > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
mkfifo -m 666 /tmp/logshibd > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
(cat <> /tmp/logshibd | awk -v ENV="$ENV" -v UT="$USERTOKEN" '{printf "httpd;console;%s;%s;%s\n", ENV, UT, $0; fflush()}' 1>/tmp/logpipe 2>&1)&
# Format any console output from supervisord into standard TIER form.
rm -f /tmp/logsuperd > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
mkfifo -m 666 /tmp/logsuperd > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
(cat <> /tmp/logsuperd | awk -v ENV="$ENV" -v UT="$USERTOKEN" '{printf "supervisord;console;%s;%s;%s\n", ENV, UT, $0; fflush()}' 1>/tmp/logpipe 2>&1)&
# Format any output from cron into standard TIER form.
rm -f /var/log/cron > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
rm -f /tmp/logcrond > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
mkfifo -m 666 /tmp/logcrond > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
ln -s /tmp/logcrond /var/log/cron > "$OUTPUT" 2>&1
(cat <> /tmp/logcrond | awk -v ENV="$ENV" -v UT="$USERTOKEN" '{printf "crond;cron;%s;%s;%s\n", ENV, UT, $0; fflush()}' 1>/tmp/logpipe 2>&1)&
# Close stdout and stderr for this process since supervisord will write
# to its logfile and its children are configured to write to different
# pipes.
exec 1<&-
exec 2<&-
# Start supervisord
exec /usr/bin/supervisord -c /usr/local/etc/supervisord.conf
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