Adapt; update docs and code style

6.6
Darko Poljak 2020-06-09 12:47:50 +02:00
parent 57e352cd1e
commit 59b98091d7
8 changed files with 58 additions and 49 deletions

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@ -26,6 +26,7 @@ import hashlib
import cdist.log
import cdist.version
VERSION = cdist.version.VERSION
BANNER = """
@ -48,6 +49,9 @@ REMOTE_EXEC = "ssh -o User=root"
REMOTE_CMDS_CLEANUP_PATTERN = "ssh -o User=root -O exit -S {}"
MIN_SUPPORTED_PYTHON_VERSION = '3.5'
class Error(Exception):
"""Base exception class for this project"""
pass

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@ -206,6 +206,13 @@ def get_parsers():
'supported. Without argument CPU count is used by default. '),
action='store', dest='jobs',
const=multiprocessing.cpu_count())
parser['config_main'].add_argument(
'--log-server',
action='store_true',
help=('Start a log server for sub processes to use. '
'This is mainly useful when running cdist nested '
'from a code-local script. Log server is alwasy '
'implicitly started for \'install\' command.'))
parser['config_main'].add_argument(
'-n', '--dry-run',
help='Do not execute code.', action='store_true')
@ -250,12 +257,6 @@ def get_parsers():
'-S', '--disable-saving-output-streams',
help='Disable saving output streams.',
action='store_false', dest='save_output_streams', default=True)
parser['config_main'].add_argument(
'--log-server',
action='store_true',
help=('Start a log server for sub processes to use.'
'This is mainly usefull when running cdist nested'
'from a code-local script.'))
# Config
parser['config_args'] = argparse.ArgumentParser(add_help=False)

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@ -29,18 +29,20 @@ import time
import itertools
import tempfile
import multiprocessing
from cdist.mputil import mp_pool_run, mp_sig_handler
import atexit
import shutil
import socket
from cdist.mputil import mp_pool_run, mp_sig_handler
from cdist import core, inventory
from cdist.util.remoteutil import inspect_ssh_mux_opts
import cdist
import cdist.hostsource
import cdist.exec.local
import cdist.exec.remote
import cdist.util.ipaddr as ipaddr
import cdist.configuration
from cdist import core, inventory
from cdist.util.remoteutil import inspect_ssh_mux_opts
def graph_check_cycle(graph):
@ -195,7 +197,6 @@ class Config(object):
@classmethod
def commandline(cls, args):
"""Configure remote system"""
if (args.parallel and args.parallel != 1) or args.jobs:
if args.timestamp:
cdist.log.setupTimestampingParallelLogging()
@ -382,20 +383,16 @@ class Config(object):
If operating in parallel then return tuple (host, True|False, )
so that main process knows for which host function was successful.
"""
log = logging.getLogger(host)
if args.log_server:
# Start a log server so that nested `cdist config` runs have a place
# to send their logs to.
log_server_socket_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp()
log_server_socket = os.path.join(log_server_socket_dir, 'log-server')
cls._register_path_for_removal(log_server_socket_dir)
log.debug('Starting logging server on: %s', log_server_socket)
os.environ['__cdist_log_server_socket_to_export'] = log_server_socket
cdist.log.setupLogServer(log_server_socket)
try:
if args.log_server:
# Start a log server so that nested `cdist config` runs
# have a place to send their logs to.
log_server_socket_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp()
cls._register_path_for_removal(log_server_socket_dir)
cdist.log.setupLogServer(log_server_socket_dir, log)
remote_exec, remote_copy, cleanup_cmd = cls._resolve_remote_cmds(
args)
log.debug("remote_exec for host \"{}\": {}".format(

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@ -116,9 +116,9 @@ class Code(object):
if dry_run:
self.env['__cdist_dry_run'] = '1'
if '__cdist_log_server_socket_to_export' in os.environ:
self.env['__cdist_log_server_socket'] = os.environ['__cdist_log_server_socket_to_export']
if '__cdist_log_server_socket_export' in os.environ:
self.env['__cdist_log_server_socket'] = os.environ[
'__cdist_log_server_socket_export']
def _run_gencode(self, cdist_object, which):
cdist_type = cdist_object.cdist_type

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@ -20,12 +20,9 @@
#
#
import os
import logging
import tempfile
import cdist.config
import cdist.core
import cdist.log
class Install(cdist.config.Config):
@ -36,8 +33,9 @@ class Install(cdist.config.Config):
# Always start log server during cdist install so that nested
# `cdist config` runs have a place to send their logs to.
args.log_server = True
super().onehost(host, host_tags, host_base_path, host_dir_name, args,
parallel, configuration, remove_remote_files_dirs=False)
parallel, configuration, remove_remote_files_dirs)
def object_list(self):
"""Short name for object list retrieval.

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@ -21,17 +21,16 @@
#
#
import asyncio
import contextlib
import datetime
import logging
import logging.handlers
import sys
import os
import asyncio
import contextlib
import pickle
import struct
import sys
import threading
import time
# Define additional cdist logging levels.
@ -100,7 +99,8 @@ class DefaultLog(logging.Logger):
if '__cdist_log_server_socket' in os.environ:
log_server_socket = os.environ['__cdist_log_server_socket']
socket_handler = logging.handlers.SocketHandler(log_server_socket, None)
socket_handler = logging.handlers.SocketHandler(log_server_socket,
None)
self.addHandler(socket_handler)
else:
formatter = CdistFormatter(self.FORMAT)
@ -184,13 +184,17 @@ async def handle_log_client(reader, writer):
def run_log_server(server_address):
# Get a new loop inside the current thread to run the log server.
loop = asyncio.new_event_loop()
loop.create_task(asyncio.start_unix_server(handle_log_client, server_address))
loop.create_task(asyncio.start_unix_server(handle_log_client,
server_address))
loop.run_forever()
def setupLogServer(log_server_socket):
def setupLogServer(socket_dir, log=logging.getLogger(__name__)):
"""Run a asyncio based unix socket log server in a background thread.
"""
log_server_socket = os.path.join(socket_dir, 'log-server')
log.debug('Starting logging server on: %s', log_server_socket)
os.environ['__cdist_log_server_socket_export'] = log_server_socket
with contextlib.suppress(FileNotFoundError):
os.remove(log_server_socket)
t = threading.Thread(target=run_log_server, args=(log_server_socket,))

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@ -17,20 +17,20 @@ SYNOPSIS
cdist config [-h] [-l LOGLEVEL] [-q] [-v] [-b] [--colors WHEN]
[-g CONFIG_FILE] [-4] [-6] [-C CACHE_PATH_PATTERN]
[-c CONF_DIR] [-i MANIFEST] [-j [JOBS]] [-n] [-o OUT_PATH] [-P]
[-R [{tar,tgz,tbz2,txz}]] [-r REMOTE_OUT_PATH]
[--remote-copy REMOTE_COPY] [--remote-exec REMOTE_EXEC]
[-S] [-I INVENTORY_DIR] [-A] [-a] [-f HOSTFILE]
[-p [HOST_MAX]] [-s] [-t]
[-c CONF_DIR] [-i MANIFEST] [-j [JOBS]] [--log-server]
[-n] [-o OUT_PATH] [-P] [-R [{tar,tgz,tbz2,txz}]]
[-r REMOTE_OUT_PATH] [--remote-copy REMOTE_COPY]
[--remote-exec REMOTE_EXEC] [-S] [-I INVENTORY_DIR] [-A]
[-a] [-f HOSTFILE] [-p [HOST_MAX]] [-s] [-t]
[host [host ...]]
cdist install [-h] [-l LOGLEVEL] [-q] [-v] [-b] [--colors WHEN]
[-g CONFIG_FILE] [-4] [-6] [-C CACHE_PATH_PATTERN]
[-c CONF_DIR] [-i MANIFEST] [-j [JOBS]] [-n] [-o OUT_PATH]
[-P] [-R [{tar,tgz,tbz2,txz}]] [-r REMOTE_OUT_PATH]
[--remote-copy REMOTE_COPY] [--remote-exec REMOTE_EXEC]
[-S] [-I INVENTORY_DIR] [-A] [-a] [-f HOSTFILE]
[-p [HOST_MAX]] [-s] [-t]
[-c CONF_DIR] [-i MANIFEST] [-j [JOBS]] [--log-server]
[-n] [-o OUT_PATH] [-P] [-R [{tar,tgz,tbz2,txz}]]
[-r REMOTE_OUT_PATH] [--remote-copy REMOTE_COPY]
[--remote-exec REMOTE_EXEC] [-S] [-I INVENTORY_DIR] [-A]
[-a] [-f HOSTFILE] [-p [HOST_MAX]] [-s] [-t]
[host [host ...]]
cdist inventory [-h] {add-host,add-tag,del-host,del-tag,list} ...
@ -202,6 +202,12 @@ Install command is currently in beta.
are supported. Without argument CPU count is used by
default.
**--log-server**
Start a log server for sub processes to use. This is
mainly useful when running cdist nested from a code-
local script. Log server is always implicitly started
for 'install' command.
**-n, --dry-run**
Do not execute code.

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@ -60,10 +60,9 @@ def commandline():
if __name__ == "__main__":
cdistpythonversion = '3.5'
if sys.version < cdistpythonversion:
if sys.version < cdist.MIN_SUPPORTED_PYTHON_VERSION:
print('Python >= {} is required on the source host.'.format(
cdistpythonversion), file=sys.stderr)
cdist.MIN_SUPPORTED_PYTHON_VERSIO), file=sys.stderr)
sys.exit(1)
exit_code = 0