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/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
* file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */
/*
* This file implements PKCS 11 on top of our existing security modules
*
* For more information about PKCS 11 See PKCS 11 Token Inteface Standard.
* This implementation has two slots:
* slot 1 is our generic crypto support. It does not require login.
* It supports Public Key ops, and all they bulk ciphers and hashes.
* It can also support Private Key ops for imported Private keys. It does
* not have any token storage.
* slot 2 is our private key support. It requires a login before use. It
* can store Private Keys and Certs as token objects. Currently only private
* keys and their associated Certificates are saved on the token.
*
* In this implementation, session objects are only visible to the session
* that created or generated them.
*/
#include "sdb.h"
#include "pkcs11t.h"
#include "seccomon.h"
#include <sqlite3.h>
#include "prthread.h"
#include "prio.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include "secport.h"
#include "prmon.h"
#include "prenv.h"
#include "prprf.h"
#include "prsystem.h" /* for PR_GetDirectorySeparator() */
#include <sys/stat.h>
#if defined(_WIN32)
#include <io.h>
#include <windows.h>
#elif defined(XP_UNIX)
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(LINUX) && !defined(ANDROID)
#include <linux/magic.h>
#include <sys/vfs.h>
#endif
#include "utilpars.h"
#ifdef SQLITE_UNSAFE_THREADS
#include "prlock.h"
/*
* SQLite can be compiled to be thread safe or not.
* turn on SQLITE_UNSAFE_THREADS if the OS does not support
* a thread safe version of sqlite.
*/
static PRLock *sqlite_lock = NULL;
#define LOCK_SQLITE() PR_Lock(sqlite_lock);
#define UNLOCK_SQLITE() PR_Unlock(sqlite_lock);
#else
#define LOCK_SQLITE()
#define UNLOCK_SQLITE()
#endif
typedef enum {
SDB_CERT = 1,
SDB_KEY = 2
} sdbDataType;
/*
* defines controlling how long we wait to acquire locks.
*
* SDB_SQLITE_BUSY_TIMEOUT specifies how long (in milliseconds)
* sqlite will wait on lock. If that timeout expires, sqlite will
* return SQLITE_BUSY.
* SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME specifies how many seconds the sdb_ code waits
* after receiving a busy before retrying.
* SDB_MAX_BUSY_RETRIES specifies how many times the sdb_ will retry on
* a busy condition.
*
* SDB_SQLITE_BUSY_TIMEOUT affects all opertions, both manual
* (prepare/step/reset/finalize) and automatic (sqlite3_exec()).
* SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME and SDB_MAX_BUSY_RETRIES only affect manual operations
*
* total wait time for automatic operations:
* 1 second (SDB_SQLITE_BUSY_TIMEOUT/1000).
* total wait time for manual operations:
* (1 second + 5 seconds) * 10 = 60 seconds.
* (SDB_SQLITE_BUSY_TIMEOUT/1000 + SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME)*SDB_MAX_BUSY_RETRIES
*/
#define SDB_SQLITE_BUSY_TIMEOUT 1000 /* milliseconds */
#define SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME 5 /* seconds */
#define SDB_MAX_BUSY_RETRIES 10
/*
* known attributes
*/
static const CK_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE known_attributes[] = {
CKA_CLASS, CKA_TOKEN, CKA_PRIVATE, CKA_LABEL, CKA_APPLICATION,
CKA_VALUE, CKA_OBJECT_ID, CKA_CERTIFICATE_TYPE, CKA_ISSUER,
CKA_SERIAL_NUMBER, CKA_AC_ISSUER, CKA_OWNER, CKA_ATTR_TYPES, CKA_TRUSTED,
CKA_CERTIFICATE_CATEGORY, CKA_JAVA_MIDP_SECURITY_DOMAIN, CKA_URL,
CKA_HASH_OF_SUBJECT_PUBLIC_KEY, CKA_HASH_OF_ISSUER_PUBLIC_KEY,
CKA_CHECK_VALUE, CKA_KEY_TYPE, CKA_SUBJECT, CKA_ID, CKA_SENSITIVE,
CKA_ENCRYPT, CKA_DECRYPT, CKA_WRAP, CKA_UNWRAP, CKA_SIGN, CKA_SIGN_RECOVER,
CKA_VERIFY, CKA_VERIFY_RECOVER, CKA_DERIVE, CKA_START_DATE, CKA_END_DATE,
CKA_MODULUS, CKA_MODULUS_BITS, CKA_PUBLIC_EXPONENT, CKA_PRIVATE_EXPONENT,
CKA_PRIME_1, CKA_PRIME_2, CKA_EXPONENT_1, CKA_EXPONENT_2, CKA_COEFFICIENT,
CKA_PUBLIC_KEY_INFO, CKA_PRIME, CKA_SUBPRIME, CKA_BASE, CKA_PRIME_BITS,
CKA_SUB_PRIME_BITS, CKA_VALUE_BITS, CKA_VALUE_LEN, CKA_EXTRACTABLE,
CKA_LOCAL, CKA_NEVER_EXTRACTABLE, CKA_ALWAYS_SENSITIVE,
CKA_KEY_GEN_MECHANISM, CKA_MODIFIABLE, CKA_EC_PARAMS,
CKA_EC_POINT, CKA_SECONDARY_AUTH, CKA_AUTH_PIN_FLAGS,
CKA_ALWAYS_AUTHENTICATE, CKA_WRAP_WITH_TRUSTED, CKA_HW_FEATURE_TYPE,
CKA_RESET_ON_INIT, CKA_HAS_RESET, CKA_PIXEL_X, CKA_PIXEL_Y,
CKA_RESOLUTION, CKA_CHAR_ROWS, CKA_CHAR_COLUMNS, CKA_COLOR,
CKA_BITS_PER_PIXEL, CKA_CHAR_SETS, CKA_ENCODING_METHODS, CKA_MIME_TYPES,
CKA_MECHANISM_TYPE, CKA_REQUIRED_CMS_ATTRIBUTES,
CKA_DEFAULT_CMS_ATTRIBUTES, CKA_SUPPORTED_CMS_ATTRIBUTES,
CKA_WRAP_TEMPLATE, CKA_UNWRAP_TEMPLATE, CKA_NSS_TRUST, CKA_NSS_URL,
CKA_NSS_EMAIL, CKA_NSS_SMIME_INFO, CKA_NSS_SMIME_TIMESTAMP,
CKA_NSS_PKCS8_SALT, CKA_NSS_PASSWORD_CHECK, CKA_NSS_EXPIRES,
CKA_NSS_KRL, CKA_NSS_PQG_COUNTER, CKA_NSS_PQG_SEED,
CKA_NSS_PQG_H, CKA_NSS_PQG_SEED_BITS, CKA_NSS_MODULE_SPEC,
CKA_NSS_OVERRIDE_EXTENSIONS, CKA_NSS_SERVER_DISTRUST_AFTER,
CKA_NSS_EMAIL_DISTRUST_AFTER, CKA_TRUST_DIGITAL_SIGNATURE,
CKA_TRUST_NON_REPUDIATION, CKA_TRUST_KEY_ENCIPHERMENT,
CKA_TRUST_DATA_ENCIPHERMENT, CKA_TRUST_KEY_AGREEMENT,
CKA_TRUST_KEY_CERT_SIGN, CKA_TRUST_CRL_SIGN, CKA_TRUST_SERVER_AUTH,
CKA_TRUST_CLIENT_AUTH, CKA_TRUST_CODE_SIGNING, CKA_TRUST_EMAIL_PROTECTION,
CKA_TRUST_IPSEC_END_SYSTEM, CKA_TRUST_IPSEC_TUNNEL, CKA_TRUST_IPSEC_USER,
CKA_TRUST_TIME_STAMPING, CKA_TRUST_STEP_UP_APPROVED, CKA_CERT_SHA1_HASH,
CKA_CERT_MD5_HASH, CKA_NSS_DB
};
static const int known_attributes_size = PR_ARRAY_SIZE(known_attributes);
/*
* Note on use of sqlReadDB: Only one thread at a time may have an actual
* operation going on given sqlite3 * database. An operation is defined as
* the time from a sqlite3_prepare() until the sqlite3_finalize().
* Multiple sqlite3 * databases can be open and have simultaneous operations
* going. We use the sqlXactDB for all write operations. This database
* is only opened when we first create a transaction and closed when the
* transaction is complete. sqlReadDB is open when we first opened the database
* and is used for all read operation. It's use is protected by a monitor. This
* is because an operation can span the use of FindObjectsInit() through the
* call to FindObjectsFinal(). In the intermediate time it is possible to call
* other operations like NSC_GetAttributeValue */
struct SDBPrivateStr {
char *sqlDBName; /* invariant, path to this database */
sqlite3 *sqlXactDB; /* access protected by dbMon, use protected
* by the transaction. Current transaction db*/
PRThread *sqlXactThread; /* protected by dbMon,
* current transaction thread */
sqlite3 *sqlReadDB; /* use protected by dbMon, value invariant */
PRIntervalTime lastUpdateTime; /* last time the cache was updated */
PRIntervalTime updateInterval; /* how long the cache can go before it
* must be updated again */
sdbDataType type; /* invariant, database type */
char *table; /* invariant, SQL table which contains the db */
char *cacheTable; /* invariant, SQL table cache of db */
PRMonitor *dbMon; /* invariant, monitor to protect
* sqlXact* fields, and use of the sqlReadDB */
CK_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE *schemaAttrs; /* Attribute columns that exist in the table. */
unsigned int numSchemaAttrs;
};
typedef struct SDBPrivateStr SDBPrivate;
/* Magic for an explicit NULL. NOTE: ideally this should be
* out of band data. Since it's not completely out of band, pick
* a value that has no meaning to any existing PKCS #11 attributes.
* This value is 1) not a valid string (imbedded '\0'). 2) not a U_LONG
* or a normal key (too short). 3) not a bool (too long). 4) not an RSA
* public exponent (too many bits).
*/
const unsigned char SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL[] = { 0xa5, 0x0, 0x5a };
#define SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL_LEN 3
/*
* determine when we've completed our tasks
*/
static int
sdb_done(int err, int *count)
{
/* allow as many rows as the database wants to give */
if (err == SQLITE_ROW) {
*count = 0;
return 0;
}
if (err != SQLITE_BUSY) {
return 1;
}
/* err == SQLITE_BUSY, Dont' retry forever in this case */
if (++(*count) >= SDB_MAX_BUSY_RETRIES) {
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
#if defined(_WIN32)
/*
* NSPR functions and narrow CRT functions do not handle UTF-8 file paths that
* sqlite3 expects.
*/
static int
sdb_chmod(const char *filename, int pmode)
{
int result;
if (!filename) {
return -1;
}
wchar_t *filenameWide = _NSSUTIL_UTF8ToWide(filename);
if (!filenameWide) {
return -1;
}
result = _wchmod(filenameWide, pmode);
PORT_Free(filenameWide);
return result;
}
#else
#define sdb_chmod(filename, pmode) chmod((filename), (pmode))
#endif
/*
* find out where sqlite stores the temp tables. We do this by replicating
* the logic from sqlite.
*/
#if defined(_WIN32)
static char *
sdb_getFallbackTempDir(void)
{
/* sqlite uses sqlite3_temp_directory if it is not NULL. We don't have
* access to sqlite3_temp_directory because it is not exported from
* sqlite3.dll. Assume sqlite3_win32_set_directory isn't called and
* sqlite3_temp_directory is NULL.
*/
char path[MAX_PATH];
DWORD rv;
size_t len;
rv = GetTempPathA(MAX_PATH, path);
if (rv > MAX_PATH || rv == 0)
return NULL;
len = strlen(path);
if (len == 0)
return NULL;
/* The returned string ends with a backslash, for example, "C:\TEMP\". */
if (path[len - 1] == '\\')
path[len - 1] = '\0';
return PORT_Strdup(path);
}
#elif defined(XP_UNIX)
static char *
sdb_getFallbackTempDir(void)
{
const char *azDirs[] = {
NULL,
NULL,
"/var/tmp",
"/usr/tmp",
"/tmp",
NULL /* List terminator */
};
unsigned int i;
struct stat buf;
const char *zDir = NULL;
azDirs[0] = sqlite3_temp_directory;
azDirs[1] = PR_GetEnvSecure("TMPDIR");
for (i = 0; i < PR_ARRAY_SIZE(azDirs); i++) {
zDir = azDirs[i];
if (zDir == NULL)
continue;
if (stat(zDir, &buf))
continue;
if (!S_ISDIR(buf.st_mode))
continue;
if (access(zDir, 07))
continue;
break;
}
if (zDir == NULL)
return NULL;
return PORT_Strdup(zDir);
}
#else
#error "sdb_getFallbackTempDir not implemented"
#endif
#ifndef SQLITE_FCNTL_TEMPFILENAME
/* SQLITE_FCNTL_TEMPFILENAME was added in SQLite 3.7.15 */
#define SQLITE_FCNTL_TEMPFILENAME 16
#endif
static char *
sdb_getTempDir(sqlite3 *sqlDB)
{
int sqlrv;
char *result = NULL;
char *tempName = NULL;
char *foundSeparator = NULL;
/* Obtain temporary filename in sqlite's directory for temporary tables */
sqlrv = sqlite3_file_control(sqlDB, 0, SQLITE_FCNTL_TEMPFILENAME,
(void *)&tempName);
if (sqlrv == SQLITE_NOTFOUND) {
/* SQLITE_FCNTL_TEMPFILENAME not implemented because we are using
* an older SQLite. */
return sdb_getFallbackTempDir();
}
if (sqlrv != SQLITE_OK) {
return NULL;
}
/* We'll extract the temporary directory from tempName */
foundSeparator = PORT_Strrchr(tempName, PR_GetDirectorySeparator());
if (foundSeparator) {
/* We shorten the temp filename string to contain only
* the directory name (including the trailing separator).
* We know the byte after the foundSeparator position is
* safe to use, in the shortest scenario it contains the
* end-of-string byte.
* By keeping the separator at the found position, it will
* even work if tempDir consists of the separator, only.
* (In this case the toplevel directory will be used for
* access speed testing). */
++foundSeparator;
*foundSeparator = 0;
/* Now we copy the directory name for our caller */
result = PORT_Strdup(tempName);
}
sqlite3_free(tempName);
return result;
}
/*
* Map SQL_LITE errors to PKCS #11 errors as best we can.
*/
static CK_RV
sdb_mapSQLError(sdbDataType type, int sqlerr)
{
switch (sqlerr) {
/* good matches */
case SQLITE_OK:
case SQLITE_DONE:
return CKR_OK;
case SQLITE_NOMEM:
return CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
case SQLITE_READONLY:
return CKR_TOKEN_WRITE_PROTECTED;
/* close matches */
case SQLITE_AUTH:
case SQLITE_PERM:
/*return CKR_USER_NOT_LOGGED_IN; */
case SQLITE_CANTOPEN:
case SQLITE_NOTFOUND:
/* NSS distiguishes between failure to open the cert and the key db */
return type == SDB_CERT ? CKR_NSS_CERTDB_FAILED : CKR_NSS_KEYDB_FAILED;
case SQLITE_IOERR:
return CKR_DEVICE_ERROR;
default:
break;
}
return CKR_GENERAL_ERROR;
}
/*
* build up database name from a directory, prefix, name, version and flags.
*/
static char *
sdb_BuildFileName(const char *directory,
const char *prefix, const char *type,
int version)
{
char *dbname = NULL;
/* build the full dbname */
dbname = sqlite3_mprintf("%s%c%s%s%d.db", directory,
(int)(unsigned char)PR_GetDirectorySeparator(),
prefix, type, version);
return dbname;
}
/*
* find out how expensive the access system call is for non-existant files
* in the given directory. Return the number of operations done in 33 ms.
*/
static PRUint32
sdb_measureAccess(const char *directory)
{
PRUint32 i;
PRIntervalTime time;
PRIntervalTime delta;
PRIntervalTime duration = PR_MillisecondsToInterval(33);
const char *doesntExistName = "_dOeSnotExist_.db";
char *temp, *tempStartOfFilename;
size_t maxTempLen, maxFileNameLen, directoryLength, tmpdirLength = 0;
#ifdef SDB_MEASURE_USE_TEMP_DIR
/*
* on some OS's and Filesystems, creating a bunch of files and deleting
* them messes up the systems's caching, but if we create the files in
* a temp directory which we later delete, then the cache gets cleared
* up. This code uses several OS dependent calls, and it's not clear
* that temp directory use won't mess up other filesystems and OS caching,
* so if you need this for your OS, you can turn on the
* 'SDB_MEASURE_USE_TEMP_DIR' define in coreconf
*/
const char template[] = "dbTemp.XXXXXX";
tmpdirLength = sizeof(template);
#endif
/* no directory, just return one */
if (directory == NULL) {
return 1;
}
/* our calculation assumes time is a 4 bytes == 32 bit integer */
PORT_Assert(sizeof(time) == 4);
directoryLength = strlen(directory);
maxTempLen = directoryLength + 1 /* dirname + / */
+ tmpdirLength /* tmpdirname includes / */
+ strlen(doesntExistName) /* filename base */
+ 11 /* max chars for 32 bit int plus potential sign */
+ 1; /* zero terminator */
temp = PORT_ZAlloc(maxTempLen);
if (!temp) {
return 1;
}
/* We'll copy directory into temp just once, then ensure it ends
* with the directory separator. */
strcpy(temp, directory);
if (directory[directoryLength - 1] != PR_GetDirectorySeparator()) {
temp[directoryLength++] = PR_GetDirectorySeparator();
}
#ifdef SDB_MEASURE_USE_TEMP_DIR
/* add the template for a temporary subdir, and create it */
strcat(temp, template);
if (!mkdtemp(temp)) {
PORT_Free(temp);
return 1;
}
/* and terminate that tmp subdir with a / */
strcat(temp, "/");
#endif
/* Remember the position after the last separator, and calculate the
* number of remaining bytes. */
tempStartOfFilename = temp + directoryLength + tmpdirLength;
maxFileNameLen = maxTempLen - directoryLength;
/* measure number of Access operations that can be done in 33 milliseconds
* (1/30'th of a second), or 10000 operations, which ever comes first.
*/
time = PR_IntervalNow();
for (i = 0; i < 10000u; i++) {
PRIntervalTime next;
/* We'll use the variable part first in the filename string, just in
* case it's longer than assumed, so if anything gets cut off, it
* will be cut off from the constant part.
* This code assumes the directory name at the beginning of
* temp remains unchanged during our loop. */
PR_snprintf(tempStartOfFilename, maxFileNameLen,
".%lu%s", (PRUint32)(time + i), doesntExistName);
PR_Access(temp, PR_ACCESS_EXISTS);
next = PR_IntervalNow();
delta = next - time;
if (delta >= duration)
break;
}
#ifdef SDB_MEASURE_USE_TEMP_DIR
/* turn temp back into our tmpdir path by removing doesntExistName, and
* remove the tmp dir */
*tempStartOfFilename = '\0';
(void)rmdir(temp);
#endif
PORT_Free(temp);
/* always return 1 or greater */
return i ? i : 1u;
}
/*
* some file sytems are very slow to run sqlite3 on, particularly if the
* access count is pretty high. On these filesystems is faster to create
* a temporary database on the local filesystem and access that. This
* code uses a temporary table to create that cache. Temp tables are
* automatically cleared when the database handle it was created on
* Is freed.
*/
static const char DROP_CACHE_CMD[] = "DROP TABLE %s";
static const char CREATE_CACHE_CMD[] =
"CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE %s AS SELECT * FROM %s";
static const char CREATE_ISSUER_INDEX_CMD[] =
"CREATE INDEX issuer ON %s (a81)";
static const char CREATE_SUBJECT_INDEX_CMD[] =
"CREATE INDEX subject ON %s (a101)";
static const char CREATE_LABEL_INDEX_CMD[] = "CREATE INDEX label ON %s (a3)";
static const char CREATE_ID_INDEX_CMD[] = "CREATE INDEX ckaid ON %s (a102)";
static CK_RV
sdb_buildCache(sqlite3 *sqlDB, sdbDataType type,
const char *cacheTable, const char *table)
{
char *newStr;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(CREATE_CACHE_CMD, cacheTable, table);
if (newStr == NULL) {
return CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_exec(sqlDB, newStr, NULL, 0, NULL);
sqlite3_free(newStr);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK) {
return sdb_mapSQLError(type, sqlerr);
}
/* failure to create the indexes is not an issue */
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(CREATE_ISSUER_INDEX_CMD, cacheTable);
if (newStr == NULL) {
return CKR_OK;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_exec(sqlDB, newStr, NULL, 0, NULL);
sqlite3_free(newStr);
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(CREATE_SUBJECT_INDEX_CMD, cacheTable);
if (newStr == NULL) {
return CKR_OK;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_exec(sqlDB, newStr, NULL, 0, NULL);
sqlite3_free(newStr);
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(CREATE_LABEL_INDEX_CMD, cacheTable);
if (newStr == NULL) {
return CKR_OK;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_exec(sqlDB, newStr, NULL, 0, NULL);
sqlite3_free(newStr);
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(CREATE_ID_INDEX_CMD, cacheTable);
if (newStr == NULL) {
return CKR_OK;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_exec(sqlDB, newStr, NULL, 0, NULL);
sqlite3_free(newStr);
return CKR_OK;
}
/*
* update the cache and the data records describing it.
* The cache is updated by dropping the temp database and recreating it.
*/
static CK_RV
sdb_updateCache(SDBPrivate *sdb_p)
{
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
CK_RV error = CKR_OK;
char *newStr;
/* drop the old table */
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(DROP_CACHE_CMD, sdb_p->cacheTable);
if (newStr == NULL) {
return CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_exec(sdb_p->sqlReadDB, newStr, NULL, 0, NULL);
sqlite3_free(newStr);
if ((sqlerr != SQLITE_OK) && (sqlerr != SQLITE_ERROR)) {
/* something went wrong with the drop, don't try to refresh...
* NOTE: SQLITE_ERROR is returned if the table doesn't exist. In
* that case, we just continue on and try to reload it */
return sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
}
/* set up the new table */
error = sdb_buildCache(sdb_p->sqlReadDB, sdb_p->type,
sdb_p->cacheTable, sdb_p->table);
if (error == CKR_OK) {
/* we have a new cache! */
sdb_p->lastUpdateTime = PR_IntervalNow();
}
return error;
}
/*
* The sharing of sqlite3 handles across threads is tricky. Older versions
* couldn't at all, but newer ones can under strict conditions. Basically
* no 2 threads can use the same handle while another thread has an open
* stmt running. Once the sqlite3_stmt is finalized, another thread can then
* use the database handle.
*
* We use monitors to protect against trying to use a database before
* it's sqlite3_stmt is finalized. This is preferable to the opening and
* closing the database each operation because there is significant overhead
* in the open and close. Also continually opening and closing the database
* defeats the cache code as the cache table is lost on close (thus
* requiring us to have to reinitialize the cache every operation).
*
* An execption to the shared handle is transations. All writes happen
* through a transaction. When we are in a transaction, we must use the
* same database pointer for that entire transation. In this case we save
* the transaction database and use it for all accesses on the transaction
* thread. Other threads use the common database.
*
* There can only be once active transaction on the database at a time.
*
* sdb_openDBLocal() provides us with a valid database handle for whatever
* state we are in (reading or in a transaction), and acquires any locks
* appropriate to that state. It also decides when it's time to refresh
* the cache before we start an operation. Any database handle returned
* just eventually be closed with sdb_closeDBLocal().
*
* The table returned either points to the database's physical table, or
* to the cached shadow. Tranactions always return the physical table
* and read operations return either the physical table or the cache
* depending on whether or not the cache exists.
*/
static CK_RV
sdb_openDBLocal(SDBPrivate *sdb_p, sqlite3 **sqlDB, const char **table)
{
*sqlDB = NULL;
PR_EnterMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
if (table) {
*table = sdb_p->table;
}
/* We're in a transaction, use the transaction DB */
if ((sdb_p->sqlXactDB) && (sdb_p->sqlXactThread == PR_GetCurrentThread())) {
*sqlDB = sdb_p->sqlXactDB;
/* only one thread can get here, safe to unlock */
PR_ExitMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
return CKR_OK;
}
/*
* if we are just reading from the table, we may have the table
* cached in a temporary table (especially if it's on a shared FS).
* In that case we want to see updates to the table, the the granularity
* is on order of human scale, not computer scale.
*/
if (table && sdb_p->cacheTable) {
PRIntervalTime now = PR_IntervalNow();
if ((now - sdb_p->lastUpdateTime) > sdb_p->updateInterval) {
sdb_updateCache(sdb_p);
}
*table = sdb_p->cacheTable;
}
*sqlDB = sdb_p->sqlReadDB;
/* leave holding the lock. only one thread can actually use a given
* database connection at once */
return CKR_OK;
}
/* closing the local database currenly means unlocking the monitor */
static CK_RV
sdb_closeDBLocal(SDBPrivate *sdb_p, sqlite3 *sqlDB)
{
if (sdb_p->sqlXactDB != sqlDB) {
/* if we weren't in a transaction, we got a lock */
PR_ExitMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
}
return CKR_OK;
}
/*
* wrapper to sqlite3_open which also sets the busy_timeout
*/
static int
sdb_openDB(const char *name, sqlite3 **sqlDB, int flags)
{
int sqlerr;
int openFlags;
*sqlDB = NULL;
if (flags & SDB_RDONLY) {
openFlags = SQLITE_OPEN_READONLY;
} else {
openFlags = SQLITE_OPEN_READWRITE | SQLITE_OPEN_CREATE;
}
/* Requires SQLite 3.5.0 or newer. */
sqlerr = sqlite3_open_v2(name, sqlDB, openFlags, NULL);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK) {
return sqlerr;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_busy_timeout(*sqlDB, SDB_SQLITE_BUSY_TIMEOUT);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK) {
sqlite3_close(*sqlDB);
*sqlDB = NULL;
return sqlerr;
}
return SQLITE_OK;
}
/* Sigh, if we created a new table since we opened the database,
* the database handle will not see the new table, we need to close this
* database and reopen it. Caller must be in a transaction or holding
* the dbMon. sqlDB is changed on success. */
static int
sdb_reopenDBLocal(SDBPrivate *sdb_p, sqlite3 **sqlDB)
{
sqlite3 *newDB;
int sqlerr;
/* open a new database */
sqlerr = sdb_openDB(sdb_p->sqlDBName, &newDB, SDB_RDONLY);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK) {
return sqlerr;
}
/* if we are in a transaction, we may not be holding the monitor.
* grab it before we update the transaction database. This is
* safe since are using monitors. */
PR_EnterMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
/* update our view of the database */
if (sdb_p->sqlReadDB == *sqlDB) {
sdb_p->sqlReadDB = newDB;
} else if (sdb_p->sqlXactDB == *sqlDB) {
sdb_p->sqlXactDB = newDB;
}
PR_ExitMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
/* close the old one */
sqlite3_close(*sqlDB);
*sqlDB = newDB;
return SQLITE_OK;
}
struct SDBFindStr {
sqlite3 *sqlDB;
sqlite3_stmt *findstmt;
};
static const char FIND_OBJECTS_CMD[] = "SELECT ALL id FROM %s WHERE %s;";
static const char FIND_OBJECTS_ALL_CMD[] = "SELECT ALL id FROM %s;";
CK_RV
sdb_FindObjectsInit(SDB *sdb, const CK_ATTRIBUTE *template, CK_ULONG count,
SDBFind **find)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3 *sqlDB = NULL;
const char *table;
char *newStr, *findStr = NULL;
sqlite3_stmt *findstmt = NULL;
char *join = "";
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
CK_RV error = CKR_OK;
unsigned int i;
LOCK_SQLITE()
*find = NULL;
error = sdb_openDBLocal(sdb_p, &sqlDB, &table);
if (error != CKR_OK) {
goto loser;
}
findStr = sqlite3_mprintf("");
for (i = 0; findStr && i < count; i++) {
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf("%s%sa%x=$DATA%d", findStr, join,
template[i].type, i);
join = " AND ";
sqlite3_free(findStr);
findStr = newStr;
}
if (findStr == NULL) {
error = CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
goto loser;
}
if (count == 0) {
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(FIND_OBJECTS_ALL_CMD, table);
} else {
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(FIND_OBJECTS_CMD, table, findStr);
}
sqlite3_free(findStr);
if (newStr == NULL) {
error = CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
goto loser;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_prepare_v2(sqlDB, newStr, -1, &findstmt, NULL);
sqlite3_free(newStr);
for (i = 0; sqlerr == SQLITE_OK && i < count; i++) {
const void *blobData = template[i].pValue;
unsigned int blobSize = template[i].ulValueLen;
if (blobSize == 0) {
blobSize = SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL_LEN;
blobData = SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_blob(findstmt, i + 1, blobData, blobSize,
SQLITE_TRANSIENT);
}
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_OK) {
*find = PORT_New(SDBFind);
if (*find == NULL) {
error = CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
goto loser;
}
(*find)->findstmt = findstmt;
(*find)->sqlDB = sqlDB;
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return CKR_OK;
}
error = sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
loser:
if (findstmt) {
sqlite3_reset(findstmt);
sqlite3_finalize(findstmt);
}
if (sqlDB) {
sdb_closeDBLocal(sdb_p, sqlDB);
}
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return error;
}
CK_RV
sdb_FindObjects(SDB *sdb, SDBFind *sdbFind, CK_OBJECT_HANDLE *object,
CK_ULONG arraySize, CK_ULONG *count)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3_stmt *stmt = sdbFind->findstmt;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
int retry = 0;
*count = 0;
if (arraySize == 0) {
return CKR_OK;
}
LOCK_SQLITE()
do {
sqlerr = sqlite3_step(stmt);
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_BUSY) {
PR_Sleep(SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME);
}
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_ROW) {
/* only care about the id */
*object++ = sqlite3_column_int(stmt, 0);
arraySize--;
(*count)++;
}
} while (!sdb_done(sqlerr, &retry) && (arraySize > 0));
/* we only have some of the objects, there is probably more,
* set the sqlerr to an OK value so we return CKR_OK */
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_ROW && arraySize == 0) {
sqlerr = SQLITE_DONE;
}
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
}
CK_RV
sdb_FindObjectsFinal(SDB *sdb, SDBFind *sdbFind)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3_stmt *stmt = sdbFind->findstmt;
sqlite3 *sqlDB = sdbFind->sqlDB;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
LOCK_SQLITE()
if (stmt) {
sqlite3_reset(stmt);
sqlerr = sqlite3_finalize(stmt);
}
if (sqlDB) {
sdb_closeDBLocal(sdb_p, sqlDB);
}
PORT_Free(sdbFind);
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
}
static CK_RV
sdb_GetValidAttributeValueNoLock(SDB *sdb, CK_OBJECT_HANDLE object_id,
CK_ATTRIBUTE *template, CK_ULONG count)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3 *sqlDB = NULL;
sqlite3_stmt *stmt = NULL;
const char *table = NULL;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
CK_RV error = CKR_OK;
int found = 0;
int retry = 0;
unsigned int i;
if (count == 0) {
error = CKR_OBJECT_HANDLE_INVALID;
goto loser;
}
/* open a new db if necessary */
error = sdb_openDBLocal(sdb_p, &sqlDB, &table);
if (error != CKR_OK) {
goto loser;
}
char *columns = NULL;
for (i = 0; i < count; i++) {
char *newColumns;
if (columns) {
newColumns = sqlite3_mprintf("%s, a%x", columns, template[i].type);
sqlite3_free(columns);
columns = NULL;
} else {
newColumns = sqlite3_mprintf("a%x", template[i].type);
}
if (!newColumns) {
error = CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
goto loser;
}
columns = newColumns;
}
PORT_Assert(columns);
char *statement = sqlite3_mprintf("SELECT DISTINCT %s FROM %s where id=$ID LIMIT 1;",
columns, table);
sqlite3_free(columns);
columns = NULL;
if (!statement) {
error = CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
goto loser;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_prepare_v2(sqlDB, statement, -1, &stmt, NULL);
sqlite3_free(statement);
statement = NULL;
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK) {
goto loser;
}
// NB: indices in sqlite3_bind_int are 1-indexed
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_int(stmt, 1, object_id);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK) {
goto loser;
}
do {
sqlerr = sqlite3_step(stmt);
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_BUSY) {
PR_Sleep(SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME);
}
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_ROW) {
PORT_Assert(!found);
for (i = 0; i < count; i++) {
unsigned int blobSize;
const char *blobData;
// NB: indices in sqlite_column_{bytes,blob} are 0-indexed
blobSize = sqlite3_column_bytes(stmt, i);
blobData = sqlite3_column_blob(stmt, i);
if (blobData == NULL) {
/* PKCS 11 requires that get attributes process all the
* attributes in the template, marking the attributes with
* issues with -1. Mark the error but continue */
template[i].ulValueLen = -1;
error = CKR_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INVALID;
continue;
}
/* If the blob equals our explicit NULL value, then the
* attribute is a NULL. */
if ((blobSize == SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL_LEN) &&
(PORT_Memcmp(blobData, SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL,
SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL_LEN) == 0)) {
blobSize = 0;
}
if (template[i].pValue) {
if (template[i].ulValueLen < blobSize) {
/* like CKR_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INVALID, continue processing */
template[i].ulValueLen = -1;
error = CKR_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL;
continue;
}
PORT_Memcpy(template[i].pValue, blobData, blobSize);
}
template[i].ulValueLen = blobSize;
}
found = 1;
}
} while (!sdb_done(sqlerr, &retry));
sqlite3_reset(stmt);
sqlite3_finalize(stmt);
stmt = NULL;
loser:
/* fix up the error if necessary */
if (error == CKR_OK) {
error = sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
if (!found && error == CKR_OK) {
error = CKR_OBJECT_HANDLE_INVALID;
}
}
if (stmt) {
sqlite3_reset(stmt);
sqlite3_finalize(stmt);
}
/* if we had to open a new database, free it now */
if (sqlDB) {
sdb_closeDBLocal(sdb_p, sqlDB);
}
return error;
}
/* NOTE: requires sdb_p->schemaAttrs to be sorted asc. */
inline static PRBool
sdb_attributeExists(SDB *sdb, CK_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE attr)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
int first = 0;
int last = (int)sdb_p->numSchemaAttrs - 1;
while (last >= first) {
int mid = first + (last - first) / 2;
if (sdb_p->schemaAttrs[mid] == attr) {
return PR_TRUE;
}
if (attr > sdb_p->schemaAttrs[mid]) {
first = mid + 1;
} else {
last = mid - 1;
}
}
return PR_FALSE;
}
CK_RV
sdb_GetAttributeValue(SDB *sdb, CK_OBJECT_HANDLE object_id,
CK_ATTRIBUTE *template, CK_ULONG count)
{
CK_RV crv = CKR_OK;
unsigned int tmplIdx;
unsigned int resIdx = 0;
unsigned int validCount = 0;
unsigned int i;
if (count == 0) {
return crv;
}
CK_ATTRIBUTE *validTemplate;
PRBool invalidExists = PR_FALSE;
for (tmplIdx = 0; tmplIdx < count; tmplIdx++) {
if (!sdb_attributeExists(sdb, template[tmplIdx].type)) {
template[tmplIdx].ulValueLen = -1;
crv = CKR_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INVALID;
invalidExists = PR_TRUE;
break;
}
}
if (!invalidExists) {
validTemplate = template;
validCount = count;
} else {
/* Create a new template containing only the valid subset of
* input |template|, and query with that. */
validCount = tmplIdx;
validTemplate = malloc(sizeof(CK_ATTRIBUTE) * count);
if (!validTemplate) {
return CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
}
/* Copy in what we already know is valid. */
for (i = 0; i < validCount; i++) {
validTemplate[i] = template[i];
}
/* tmplIdx was left at the index of the first invalid
* attribute, which has been handled. We only need to
* deal with the remainder. */
tmplIdx++;
for (; tmplIdx < count; tmplIdx++) {
if (sdb_attributeExists(sdb, template[tmplIdx].type)) {
validTemplate[validCount++] = template[tmplIdx];
} else {
template[tmplIdx].ulValueLen = -1;
}
}
}
if (validCount) {
LOCK_SQLITE()
CK_RV crv2 = sdb_GetValidAttributeValueNoLock(sdb, object_id, validTemplate, validCount);
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
/* If an invalid attribute was removed above, let
* the caller know. Any other error from the actual
* query should propogate. */
crv = (crv2 == CKR_OK) ? crv : crv2;
}
if (invalidExists) {
/* Copy out valid lengths. */
tmplIdx = 0;
for (resIdx = 0; resIdx < validCount; resIdx++) {
for (; tmplIdx < count; tmplIdx++) {
if (template[tmplIdx].type != validTemplate[resIdx].type) {
continue;
}
template[tmplIdx].ulValueLen = validTemplate[resIdx].ulValueLen;
tmplIdx++;
break;
}
}
free(validTemplate);
}
return crv;
}
static const char SET_ATTRIBUTE_CMD[] = "UPDATE %s SET %s WHERE id=$ID;";
CK_RV
sdb_SetAttributeValue(SDB *sdb, CK_OBJECT_HANDLE object_id,
const CK_ATTRIBUTE *template, CK_ULONG count)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3 *sqlDB = NULL;
sqlite3_stmt *stmt = NULL;
char *setStr = NULL;
char *newStr = NULL;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
int retry = 0;
CK_RV error = CKR_OK;
unsigned int i;
if ((sdb->sdb_flags & SDB_RDONLY) != 0) {
return CKR_TOKEN_WRITE_PROTECTED;
}
if (count == 0) {
return CKR_OK;
}
LOCK_SQLITE()
setStr = sqlite3_mprintf("");
for (i = 0; setStr && i < count; i++) {
if (i == 0) {
sqlite3_free(setStr);
setStr = sqlite3_mprintf("a%x=$VALUE%d",
template[i].type, i);
continue;
}
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf("%s,a%x=$VALUE%d", setStr,
template[i].type, i);
sqlite3_free(setStr);
setStr = newStr;
}
newStr = NULL;
if (setStr == NULL) {
return CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
}
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(SET_ATTRIBUTE_CMD, sdb_p->table, setStr);
sqlite3_free(setStr);
if (newStr == NULL) {
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
}
error = sdb_openDBLocal(sdb_p, &sqlDB, NULL);
if (error != CKR_OK) {
goto loser;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_prepare_v2(sqlDB, newStr, -1, &stmt, NULL);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK)
goto loser;
for (i = 0; i < count; i++) {
if (template[i].ulValueLen != 0) {
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_blob(stmt, i + 1, template[i].pValue,
template[i].ulValueLen, SQLITE_STATIC);
} else {
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_blob(stmt, i + 1, SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL,
SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL_LEN, SQLITE_STATIC);
}
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK)
goto loser;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_int(stmt, i + 1, object_id);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK)
goto loser;
do {
sqlerr = sqlite3_step(stmt);
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_BUSY) {
PR_Sleep(SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME);
}
} while (!sdb_done(sqlerr, &retry));
loser:
if (newStr) {
sqlite3_free(newStr);
}
if (error == CKR_OK) {
error = sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
}
if (stmt) {
sqlite3_reset(stmt);
sqlite3_finalize(stmt);
}
if (sqlDB) {
sdb_closeDBLocal(sdb_p, sqlDB);
}
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return error;
}
/*
* check to see if a candidate object handle already exists.
*/
static PRBool
sdb_objectExists(SDB *sdb, CK_OBJECT_HANDLE candidate)
{
CK_RV crv;
CK_ATTRIBUTE template = { CKA_LABEL, NULL, 0 };
crv = sdb_GetValidAttributeValueNoLock(sdb, candidate, &template, 1);
if (crv == CKR_OBJECT_HANDLE_INVALID) {
return PR_FALSE;
}
return PR_TRUE;
}
/*
* if we're here, we are in a transaction, so it's safe
* to examine the current state of the database
*/
static CK_OBJECT_HANDLE
sdb_getObjectId(SDB *sdb)
{
CK_OBJECT_HANDLE candidate;
static CK_OBJECT_HANDLE next_obj = CK_INVALID_HANDLE;
int count;
/*
* get an initial object handle to use
*/
if (next_obj == CK_INVALID_HANDLE) {
PRTime time;
time = PR_Now();
next_obj = (CK_OBJECT_HANDLE)(time & 0x3fffffffL);
}
candidate = next_obj++;
/* detect that we've looped through all the handles... */
for (count = 0; count < 0x40000000; count++, candidate = next_obj++) {
/* mask off excess bits */
candidate &= 0x3fffffff;
/* if we hit zero, go to the next entry */
if (candidate == CK_INVALID_HANDLE) {
continue;
}
/* make sure we aren't already using */
if (!sdb_objectExists(sdb, candidate)) {
/* this one is free */
return candidate;
}
}
/* no handle is free, fail */
return CK_INVALID_HANDLE;
}
CK_RV
sdb_GetNewObjectID(SDB *sdb, CK_OBJECT_HANDLE *object)
{
CK_OBJECT_HANDLE id;
id = sdb_getObjectId(sdb);
if (id == CK_INVALID_HANDLE) {
return CKR_DEVICE_MEMORY; /* basically we ran out of resources */
}
*object = id;
return CKR_OK;
}
static const char CREATE_CMD[] = "INSERT INTO %s (id%s) VALUES($ID%s);";
CK_RV
sdb_CreateObject(SDB *sdb, CK_OBJECT_HANDLE *object_id,
const CK_ATTRIBUTE *template, CK_ULONG count)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3 *sqlDB = NULL;
sqlite3_stmt *stmt = NULL;
char *columnStr = NULL;
char *valueStr = NULL;
char *newStr = NULL;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
CK_RV error = CKR_OK;
CK_OBJECT_HANDLE this_object = CK_INVALID_HANDLE;
int retry = 0;
unsigned int i;
if ((sdb->sdb_flags & SDB_RDONLY) != 0) {
return CKR_TOKEN_WRITE_PROTECTED;
}
LOCK_SQLITE()
if ((*object_id != CK_INVALID_HANDLE) &&
!sdb_objectExists(sdb, *object_id)) {
this_object = *object_id;
} else {
this_object = sdb_getObjectId(sdb);
}
if (this_object == CK_INVALID_HANDLE) {
UNLOCK_SQLITE();
return CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
}
columnStr = sqlite3_mprintf("");
valueStr = sqlite3_mprintf("");
*object_id = this_object;
for (i = 0; columnStr && valueStr && i < count; i++) {
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf("%s,a%x", columnStr, template[i].type);
sqlite3_free(columnStr);
columnStr = newStr;
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf("%s,$VALUE%d", valueStr, i);
sqlite3_free(valueStr);
valueStr = newStr;
}
newStr = NULL;
if ((columnStr == NULL) || (valueStr == NULL)) {
if (columnStr) {
sqlite3_free(columnStr);
}
if (valueStr) {
sqlite3_free(valueStr);
}
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
}
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(CREATE_CMD, sdb_p->table, columnStr, valueStr);
sqlite3_free(columnStr);
sqlite3_free(valueStr);
error = sdb_openDBLocal(sdb_p, &sqlDB, NULL);
if (error != CKR_OK) {
goto loser;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_prepare_v2(sqlDB, newStr, -1, &stmt, NULL);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK)
goto loser;
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_int(stmt, 1, *object_id);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK)
goto loser;
for (i = 0; i < count; i++) {
if (template[i].ulValueLen) {
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_blob(stmt, i + 2, template[i].pValue,
template[i].ulValueLen, SQLITE_STATIC);
} else {
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_blob(stmt, i + 2, SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL,
SQLITE_EXPLICIT_NULL_LEN, SQLITE_STATIC);
}
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK)
goto loser;
}
do {
sqlerr = sqlite3_step(stmt);
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_BUSY) {
PR_Sleep(SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME);
}
} while (!sdb_done(sqlerr, &retry));
loser:
if (newStr) {
sqlite3_free(newStr);
}
if (error == CKR_OK) {
error = sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
}
if (stmt) {
sqlite3_reset(stmt);
sqlite3_finalize(stmt);
}
if (sqlDB) {
sdb_closeDBLocal(sdb_p, sqlDB);
}
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return error;
}
/*
* Generic destroy that can destroy metadata or objects
*/
static const char DESTROY_CMD[] = "DELETE FROM %s WHERE (id=$ID);";
CK_RV
sdb_destroyAnyObject(SDB *sdb, const char *table,
CK_OBJECT_HANDLE object_id, const char *string_id)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3 *sqlDB = NULL;
sqlite3_stmt *stmt = NULL;
char *newStr = NULL;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
CK_RV error = CKR_OK;
int retry = 0;
if ((sdb->sdb_flags & SDB_RDONLY) != 0) {
return CKR_TOKEN_WRITE_PROTECTED;
}
LOCK_SQLITE()
error = sdb_openDBLocal(sdb_p, &sqlDB, NULL);
if (error != CKR_OK) {
goto loser;
}
newStr = sqlite3_mprintf(DESTROY_CMD, table);
if (newStr == NULL) {
error = CKR_HOST_MEMORY;
goto loser;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_prepare_v2(sqlDB, newStr, -1, &stmt, NULL);
sqlite3_free(newStr);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK)
goto loser;
if (string_id == NULL) {
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_int(stmt, 1, object_id);
} else {
sqlerr = sqlite3_bind_text(stmt, 1, string_id,
PORT_Strlen(string_id), SQLITE_STATIC);
}
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK)
goto loser;
do {
sqlerr = sqlite3_step(stmt);
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_BUSY) {
PR_Sleep(SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME);
}
} while (!sdb_done(sqlerr, &retry));
loser:
if (error == CKR_OK) {
error = sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
}
if (stmt) {
sqlite3_reset(stmt);
sqlite3_finalize(stmt);
}
if (sqlDB) {
sdb_closeDBLocal(sdb_p, sqlDB);
}
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return error;
}
CK_RV
sdb_DestroyObject(SDB *sdb, CK_OBJECT_HANDLE object_id)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
return sdb_destroyAnyObject(sdb, sdb_p->table, object_id, NULL);
}
CK_RV
sdb_DestroyMetaData(SDB *sdb, const char *id)
{
return sdb_destroyAnyObject(sdb, "metaData", 0, id);
}
static const char BEGIN_CMD[] = "BEGIN IMMEDIATE TRANSACTION;";
/*
* start a transaction.
*
* We need to open a new database, then store that new database into
* the private data structure. We open the database first, then use locks
* to protect storing the data to prevent deadlocks.
*/
CK_RV
sdb_Begin(SDB *sdb)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3 *sqlDB = NULL;
sqlite3_stmt *stmt = NULL;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
CK_RV error = CKR_OK;
int retry = 0;
if ((sdb->sdb_flags & SDB_RDONLY) != 0) {
return CKR_TOKEN_WRITE_PROTECTED;
}
LOCK_SQLITE()
/* get a new version that we will use for the entire transaction */
sqlerr = sdb_openDB(sdb_p->sqlDBName, &sqlDB, SDB_RDWR);
if (sqlerr != SQLITE_OK) {
goto loser;
}
sqlerr = sqlite3_prepare_v2(sqlDB, BEGIN_CMD, -1, &stmt, NULL);
do {
sqlerr = sqlite3_step(stmt);
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_BUSY) {
PR_Sleep(SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME);
}
} while (!sdb_done(sqlerr, &retry));
if (stmt) {
sqlite3_reset(stmt);
sqlite3_finalize(stmt);
}
loser:
error = sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
/* we are starting a new transaction,
* and if we succeeded, then save this database for the rest of
* our transaction */
if (error == CKR_OK) {
/* we hold a 'BEGIN TRANSACTION' and a sdb_p->lock. At this point
* sdb_p->sqlXactDB MUST be null */
PR_EnterMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
PORT_Assert(sdb_p->sqlXactDB == NULL);
sdb_p->sqlXactDB = sqlDB;
sdb_p->sqlXactThread = PR_GetCurrentThread();
PR_ExitMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
} else {
/* we failed to start our transaction,
* free any databases we opened. */
if (sqlDB) {
sqlite3_close(sqlDB);
}
}
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return error;
}
/*
* Complete a transaction. Basically undo everything we did in begin.
* There are 2 flavors Abort and Commit. Basically the only differerence between
* these 2 are what the database will show. (no change in to former, change in
* the latter).
*/
static CK_RV
sdb_complete(SDB *sdb, const char *cmd)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3 *sqlDB = NULL;
sqlite3_stmt *stmt = NULL;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
CK_RV error = CKR_OK;
int retry = 0;
if ((sdb->sdb_flags & SDB_RDONLY) != 0) {
return CKR_TOKEN_WRITE_PROTECTED;
}
/* We must have a transation database, or we shouldn't have arrived here */
PR_EnterMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
PORT_Assert(sdb_p->sqlXactDB);
if (sdb_p->sqlXactDB == NULL) {
PR_ExitMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
return CKR_GENERAL_ERROR; /* shouldn't happen */
}
PORT_Assert(sdb_p->sqlXactThread == PR_GetCurrentThread());
if (sdb_p->sqlXactThread != PR_GetCurrentThread()) {
PR_ExitMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
return CKR_GENERAL_ERROR; /* shouldn't happen */
}
sqlDB = sdb_p->sqlXactDB;
sdb_p->sqlXactDB = NULL; /* no one else can get to this DB,
* safe to unlock */
sdb_p->sqlXactThread = NULL;
PR_ExitMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
sqlerr = sqlite3_prepare_v2(sqlDB, cmd, -1, &stmt, NULL);
do {
sqlerr = sqlite3_step(stmt);
if (sqlerr == SQLITE_BUSY) {
PR_Sleep(SDB_BUSY_RETRY_TIME);
}
} while (!sdb_done(sqlerr, &retry));
/* Pending BEGIN TRANSACTIONS Can move forward at this point. */
if (stmt) {
sqlite3_reset(stmt);
sqlite3_finalize(stmt);
}
/* we we have a cached DB image, update it as well */
if (sdb_p->cacheTable) {
PR_EnterMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
sdb_updateCache(sdb_p);
PR_ExitMonitor(sdb_p->dbMon);
}
error = sdb_mapSQLError(sdb_p->type, sqlerr);
/* We just finished a transaction.
* Free the database, and remove it from the list */
sqlite3_close(sqlDB);
return error;
}
static const char COMMIT_CMD[] = "COMMIT TRANSACTION;";
CK_RV
sdb_Commit(SDB *sdb)
{
CK_RV crv;
LOCK_SQLITE()
crv = sdb_complete(sdb, COMMIT_CMD);
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return crv;
}
static const char ROLLBACK_CMD[] = "ROLLBACK TRANSACTION;";
CK_RV
sdb_Abort(SDB *sdb)
{
CK_RV crv;
LOCK_SQLITE()
crv = sdb_complete(sdb, ROLLBACK_CMD);
UNLOCK_SQLITE()
return crv;
}
static int tableExists(sqlite3 *sqlDB, const char *tableName);
static const char GET_PW_CMD[] = "SELECT ALL * FROM metaData WHERE id=$ID;";
CK_RV
sdb_GetMetaData(SDB *sdb, const char *id, SECItem *item1, SECItem *item2)
{
SDBPrivate *sdb_p = sdb->private;
sqlite3 *sqlDB = sdb_p->sqlXactDB;
sqlite3_stmt *stmt = NULL;
int sqlerr = SQLITE_OK;
CK_RV error = CKR_OK;
int found = 0;
int retry = 0;
LOCK_SQLITE()
error = sdb_openDBLocal(sdb_p, &sqlDB, NULL);