Location: vmkdrivers/update-drivers.sh

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ESXi-5.5-GA
#!/bin/sh
# Update driver files with contents of "drivers" directory
set -e
TMP=$PWD/tmp
DRIVERS=$PWD/drivers
mkdir -p $TMP
if [ ! -d $DRIVERS ]
then
echo "Could not find \"$DRIVERS\" directory"
exit 1
fi
for driver_path in `find /vmfs -name temp -prune -o -name "*.v0*" -print | sort`
do
echo "+++ Examining $driver_path"
REPLACE_IT=0
basename=`basename $driver_path`
rm -f $TMP/$basename
zcat $driver_path > $TMP/$basename
vmtar -x $TMP/$basename -o $TMP/$basename.tar
rm -rf $TMP/$basename.tmp
mkdir -p $TMP/$basename.tmp
tar -C $TMP/$basename.tmp -xf $TMP/$basename.tar
# For each driver found in the ESXi tarball, see if it
# is in the OSS tarball, and replace it if it is.
if [ -d $TMP/$basename.tmp/usr/lib/vmware/vmkmod ]
then
for driver in `ls $TMP/$basename.tmp/usr/lib/vmware/vmkmod/`
do
repl=$DRIVERS/$driver
if [ -e $repl ]
then
dst=$TMP/$basename.tmp/usr/lib/vmware/vmkmod/$driver
echo Updating $dst with $repl
cp $repl $dst
# we found something to replace
REPLACE_IT=1
fi
done
fi
# If we updated a driver, make a new tarball and move it in
# place.
if [ $REPLACE_IT == 1 ]
then
cd $TMP/$basename.tmp
rm -f $TMP/$basename.new.tar
tar -cf $TMP/$basename.new.tar *
cd $OLDPWD
rm -f $TMP/$basename.new
vmtar -c $TMP/$basename.new.tar -o $TMP/$basename.new
rm -f $TMP/$basename.new.gz
gzip $TMP/$basename.new
echo +++ Replacing $driver_path with $TMP/$basename.new.gz
#echo -n OLD:
#ls -la $driver_path
cp $TMP/$basename.new.gz $driver_path
#echo -n SRC:
#ls -la $TMP/$basename.new.gz
#echo -n NEW:
#ls -la $driver_path
else
echo +++ No updates needed for $driver_path
fi
done