Source code for ironic_python_agent.utils

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import base64
from collections import abc
import contextlib
import copy
import errno
import glob
import io
import json
import os
import re
import shutil
import subprocess
import sys
import tarfile
import time

from ironic_lib import utils as ironic_utils
from oslo_concurrency import processutils
from oslo_config import cfg
from oslo_log import log as logging
from oslo_utils import units
import requests
import tenacity

from ironic_python_agent import errors

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)


# Agent parameters can be passed by kernel command-line arguments and/or
# by virtual media. Virtual media parameters passed would be available
# when the agent is started, but might not be available for re-reading
# later on because:
# * Virtual media might be exposed from Swift and swift temp url might
#   expire.
# * Ironic might have removed the floppy image from Swift after starting
#   the deploy.
# Even if it's available, there is no need to re-read from the device and
# /proc/cmdline again, because it is never going to change.  So we cache the
# agent parameters that was passed (by proc/cmdline and/or virtual media)
# when we read it for the first time, and then use this cache.

                 'TYPE', 'UUID', 'PARTUUID', 'SERIAL', 'WWN']

DEVICE_EXTRACTOR = re.compile(r'^(?:(.*\d)p|(.*\D))(?:\d+)$')


[docs] def execute(*cmd, **kwargs): """Convenience wrapper around ironic_lib's execute() method. Executes and logs results from a system command. """ return ironic_utils.execute(*cmd, **kwargs)
def _read_params_from_file(filepath): """Extract key=value pairs from a file. :param filepath: path to a file containing key=value pairs separated by whitespace or newlines. :returns: a dictionary representing the content of the file """ with open(filepath) as f: cmdline = options = cmdline.split() params = {} for option in options: if '=' not in option: continue k, v = option.split('=', 1) params[k] = v return params def _get_vmedia_device(): """Finds the device filename of the virtual media device using sysfs. :returns: a string containing the filename of the virtual media device """ sysfs_device_models = glob.glob("/sys/class/block/*/device/model") vmedia_device_model = "virtual media" for model_file in sysfs_device_models: try: with open(model_file) as model_file_fobj: if vmedia_device_model in vmedia_device = model_file.split('/')[4] return vmedia_device except Exception: pass def _find_vmedia_device_by_labels(labels): """Find device matching any of the provided labels for virtual media""" candidates = [] try: lsblk_output, _e = execute('lsblk', '-p', '-P', '-oKNAME,LABEL') except processutils.ProcessExecutionError as e: _early_log('Was unable to execute the lsblk command. %s', e) return for device in ironic_utils.parse_device_tags(lsblk_output): for label in labels: if label.upper() == device['LABEL'].upper(): candidates.append(device['KNAME']) for candidate in candidates: # We explicitly take the device and run it past _check_vmedia_device # as there *can* be candidate entries, and we only want to return # one that seems most likely to be the actual device, and the vmedia # check code also evaluates the device overall, instead of just the # block device with a label of some sort. if _check_vmedia_device(candidate): return candidate else: _early_log('Found possible vmedia candidate %s, however ' 'the device failed vmedia validity checking.', candidate) _early_log('Did not identify any virtual media candidates devices.') def _get_vmedia_params(): """This method returns the parameters passed through virtual media floppy. :returns: a partial dict of potential agent configuration parameters :raises: VirtualMediaBootError when it cannot find the virtual media device """ parameters_file = "parameters.txt" vmedia_device_file = _find_vmedia_device_by_labels(['ir-vfd-dev']) if not vmedia_device_file: # This falls back to trying to find a matching device by name/type. # if not found, it is likely okay to just fail out and treat it as # No device found as there are multiple ways to launch IPA, and all # vmedia styles should be treated consistently. vmedia_device = _get_vmedia_device() if not vmedia_device: return {} vmedia_device_file = os.path.join("/dev", vmedia_device) if not _check_vmedia_device(vmedia_device_file): # If the device is not valid, return an empty dictionary. return {} with ironic_utils.mounted(vmedia_device_file) as vmedia_mount_point: parameters_file_path = os.path.join(vmedia_mount_point, parameters_file) params = _read_params_from_file(parameters_file_path) return params def _early_log(msg, *args): """Log via printing (before oslo.log is configured).""" log_entry = msg % args _EARLY_LOG_BUFFER.append(log_entry) print('ironic-python-agent:', log_entry, file=sys.stderr)
[docs] def log_early_log_to_logger(): """Logs early logging events to the configured logger.""" for entry in _EARLY_LOG_BUFFER:"Early logging: %s", entry)
def _copy_config_from(path): for ext in ('', '.d'): src = os.path.join(path, 'etc', 'ironic-python-agent%s' % ext) if not os.path.isdir(src): _early_log('%s not found', src) continue dest = '/etc/ironic-python-agent%s' % ext _early_log('Copying configuration from %s to %s', src, dest) try: os.makedirs(dest, exist_ok=True) # TODO(dtantsur): use shutil.copytree(.., dirs_exist_ok=True) # when the minimum supported Python is 3.8. for name in os.listdir(src): src_file = os.path.join(src, name) dst_file = os.path.join(dest, name) shutil.copy(src_file, dst_file) except Exception as exc: msg = ("Unable to copy vmedia configuration %s to %s: %s" % (src, dest, exc)) raise errors.VirtualMediaBootError(msg) def _find_mount_point(device): try: path, _e = execute('findmnt', '-n', '-oTARGET', device) except processutils.ProcessExecutionError: return else: return path.strip() def _check_vmedia_device(vmedia_device_file): """Check if a virtual media device appears valid. Explicitly ignores partitions, actual disks, and other items that seem unlikely to be virtual media based items being provided into the running operating system via a BMC. :param vmedia_device_file: Path to the device to examine. :returns: False by default, True if the device appears to be valid. """ try: output, _e = execute('lsblk', '-n', '-s', '-P', '-b', '-oKNAME,TRAN,TYPE,SIZE', vmedia_device_file) except processutils.ProcessExecutionError as e: _early_log('Failed to execute lsblk. lsblk is required for ' 'virtual media identification. %s', e) return False try: for device in ironic_utils.parse_device_tags(output): if device['TYPE'] == 'part': _early_log('Excluding device %s from virtual media' 'consideration as it is a partition.', device['KNAME']) return False if device['TYPE'] == 'rom': # Media is a something like /dev/sr0, a Read only media type. # The kernel decides this by consulting the underlying type # registered for the scsi transport and thus type used. # This will most likely be a qemu driven testing VM, # or an older machine where SCSI transport is directly # used to convey in a virtual return True if device['TYPE'] == 'disk' and device['TRAN'] == 'usb': # We know from experience on HPE machines, with ilo4/5, we see # and redfish with edgeline gear, return attachment from # pci device 0c-03. # # # # Dell hardware takes a similar approach, using an Aten usb hub # which provides the standing connection for the BMC attached # virtual kvm. # # # Supermicro also uses Aten on X11, X10, X8 # # # Lenovo appears in some hardware to use an Emulux Pilot4 # integrated hub to proivide device access on some hardware. # # # ??? but the virtual devices appear to be American Megatrends # # # Fujitsu hardware is more uncertian, but appears to be similar # in use of a USB pass-through # if device['SIZE'] != "" and int(device['SIZE']) < 4294967296: # Device is a usb backed block device which is smaller # than 4 GiB return True else: _early_log('Device %s appears to not qualify as virtual ' 'due to the device size. Size: %s', device['KNAME'], device['SIZE']) _early_log('Device %s was disqualified as virtual media. ' 'Type: %s, Transport: %s', device['KNAME'], device['TYPE'], device['TRAN']) return False except KeyError: return False def _booted_from_vmedia(): """Indicates if the machine was booted via vmedia.""" params = _read_params_from_file('/proc/cmdline') return params.get('boot_method') == 'vmedia'
[docs] def copy_config_from_vmedia(): """Copies any configuration from a virtual media device. Copies files under /etc/ironic-python-agent and /etc/ironic-python-agent.d. """ vmedia_device_file = _find_vmedia_device_by_labels( ['config-2', 'vmedia_boot_iso']) if not vmedia_device_file: _early_log('No virtual media device detected') _unmount_any_config_drives() return if not _booted_from_vmedia(): _early_log('Cannot use configuration from virtual media as the ' 'agent was not booted from virtual media.') _unmount_any_config_drives() return # Determine the device mounted = _find_mount_point(vmedia_device_file) if mounted: # In this case a utility like a configuration drive tool # has *already* mounted the device we believe to be the # configuration drive. _copy_config_from(mounted) else: with ironic_utils.mounted(vmedia_device_file) as vmedia_mount_point: # In this case, we use a temporary folder and extract the contents # for our configuration. _copy_config_from(vmedia_mount_point) # As a last act, just make sure there is nothing else mounted. _unmount_any_config_drives()
def _get_cached_params(): """Helper method to get cached params to ease unit testing.""" return AGENT_PARAMS_CACHED def _set_cached_params(params): """Helper method to set cached params to ease unit testing.""" global AGENT_PARAMS_CACHED AGENT_PARAMS_CACHED = params
[docs] def get_agent_params(): """Gets parameters passed to the agent via kernel cmdline or vmedia. Parameters can be passed using either the kernel commandline or through virtual media. If boot_method is vmedia, merge params provided via vmedia with those read from the kernel command line. Although it should never happen, if a variable is both set by vmedia and kernel command line, the setting in vmedia will take precedence. :returns: a dict of potential configuration parameters for the agent """ # Check if we have the parameters cached params = _get_cached_params() if not params: params = _read_params_from_file('/proc/cmdline') # If the node booted over virtual media, the parameters are passed # in a text file within the virtual media floppy. if params.get('boot_method') == 'vmedia': vmedia_params = _get_vmedia_params() params.update(vmedia_params) # Cache the parameters so that it can be used later on. _set_cached_params(params) return copy.deepcopy(params)
[docs] class AccumulatedFailures(object): """Object to accumulate failures without raising exception.""" def __init__(self, exc_class=RuntimeError): self._failures = [] self._exc_class = exc_class
[docs] def add(self, fail, *fmt): """Add failure with optional formatting. :param fail: exception or error string :param fmt: formatting arguments (only if fail is a string) """ if fmt: fail = fail % fmt LOG.error('%s', fail) self._failures.append(fail)
[docs] def get_error(self): """Get error string or None.""" if not self._failures: return msg = ('The following errors were encountered:\n%s' % '\n'.join('* %s' % item for item in self._failures)) return msg
[docs] def raise_if_needed(self): """Raise exception if error list is not empty. :raises: RuntimeError """ if self._failures: raise self._exc_class(self.get_error())
def __nonzero__(self): return bool(self._failures) __bool__ = __nonzero__ def __repr__(self): # pragma: no cover # This is for tests if self: return '<%s: %s>' % (self.__class__.__name__, ', '.join(self._failures)) else: return '<%s: success>' % self.__class__.__name__
[docs] def guess_root_disk(block_devices, min_size_required=4 * units.Gi): """Find suitable disk provided that root device hints are not given. If no hints are passed, order the devices by size (primary key) and name (secondary key), and return the first device larger than min_size_required as the root disk. """ # NOTE(arne_wiebalck): Order devices by size and name. Secondary # ordering by name is done to increase chances of successful # booting for BIOSes which try only one (the "first") disk. block_devices.sort(key=lambda device: (device.size, if not block_devices or block_devices[-1].size < min_size_required: raise errors.DeviceNotFound( "No suitable device was found " "for deployment - root device hints were not provided " "and all found block devices are smaller than %iB." % min_size_required) for device in block_devices: if device.size >= min_size_required: return device
[docs] def is_journalctl_present(): """Check if the journalctl command is present. :returns: True if journalctl is present, False if not. """ try: devnull = open(os.devnull, 'w') subprocess.check_call(['journalctl', '--version'], stdout=devnull, stderr=devnull) except OSError as e: if e.errno == errno.ENOENT: return False return True
[docs] def get_command_output(command): """Return the output of a given command. :param command: The command to be executed. :raises: CommandExecutionError if the execution of the command fails. :returns: A BytesIO string with the output. """ try: out, _ = execute(*command, binary=True, log_stdout=False) except (processutils.ProcessExecutionError, OSError) as e: error_msg = ('Failed to get the output of the command "%(command)s". ' 'Error: %(error)s' % {'command': command, 'error': e}) raise errors.CommandExecutionError(error_msg) return io.BytesIO(out)
[docs] def get_journalctl_output(lines=None, units=None): """Query the contents of the systemd journal. :param lines: Maximum number of lines to retrieve from the logs. If None, return everything. :param units: A list with the names of the units we should retrieve the logs from. If None retrieve the logs for everything. :returns: A log string. """ cmd = ['journalctl', '--full', '--no-pager', '-b'] if lines is not None: cmd.extend(['-n', str(lines)]) if units is not None: [cmd.extend(['-u', u]) for u in units] return get_command_output(cmd)
def _encode_as_text(s): if isinstance(s, str): s = s.encode('utf-8') s = base64.b64encode(s) return s.decode('ascii')
[docs] def gzip_and_b64encode(io_dict=None, file_list=None): """Gzip and base64 encode files and BytesIO buffers. :param io_dict: A dictionary containing whose the keys are the file names and the value a BytesIO object. :param file_list: A list of file path. :returns: A gzipped and base64 encoded string. """ io_dict = io_dict or {} file_list = file_list or [] with io.BytesIO() as fp: with, mode='w:gz') as tar: for fname in io_dict: ioobj = io_dict[fname] tarinfo = tarfile.TarInfo(name=fname) tarinfo.size =, 2) tarinfo.mtime = time.time() tar.addfile(tarinfo, ioobj) for f in file_list: tar.add(f) return _encode_as_text(fp.getvalue())
[docs] def try_collect_command_output(io_dict, file_name, command): LOG.debug('Collecting command output: %s', command) try: io_dict[file_name] = get_command_output(command) except errors.CommandExecutionError: LOG.debug('Collecting logs from command %s has failed', command)
[docs] def collect_system_logs(journald_max_lines=None): """Collect system logs. Collect system logs, for distributions using systemd the logs will come from journald. On other distributions the logs will come from the /var/log directory and dmesg output. :param journald_max_lines: Maximum number of lines to retrieve from the journald. if None, return everything. :returns: A tar, gzip base64 encoded string with the logs. """'Collecting system logs and debugging information') io_dict = {} file_list = [] log_locations = [CONF.log_file, CONF.log_dir] if is_journalctl_present(): io_dict['journal'] = get_journalctl_output(lines=journald_max_lines) for log_loc in log_locations: if log_loc and os.path.exists(log_loc): file_list.append(log_loc) else: file_list.append('/var/log') for log_loc in log_locations: if (log_loc and os.path.exists(log_loc) and not log_loc.startswith('/var/log')): file_list.append(log_loc) # Avoid circular imports from ironic_python_agent import hardware try: hardware.dispatch_to_all_managers('collect_system_logs', io_dict, file_list) except errors.HardwareManagerMethodNotFound: LOG.warning('All hardware managers failed to collect logs') return gzip_and_b64encode(io_dict=io_dict, file_list=file_list)
[docs] def get_ssl_client_options(conf): """Format SSL-related requests options. :param conf: oslo_config CONF object :returns: tuple of 'verify' and 'cert' values to pass to requests """ if conf.insecure: verify = False else: verify = conf.cafile or True if conf.certfile and conf.keyfile: cert = (conf.certfile, conf.keyfile) else: cert = None return verify, cert
[docs] def extract_device(part): """Extract the device from a partition name or path. :param part: the partition :return: a device if success, None otherwise """ m = DEVICE_EXTRACTOR.match(part) if not m: return None return ( or
[docs] def split_device_and_partition_number(part): """Extract the partition number from a partition name or path. :param part: the partition :return: device and partition number if success, None otherwise """ device = extract_device(part) if not device: return None partition_number = part.replace(device, '') if 'nvme' in device and partition_number[0] == 'p': partition_number = partition_number[1:] return (device, partition_number)
# See ironic.drivers.utils.get_node_capability def _parse_capabilities_str(cap_str): """Extract capabilities from string. :param cap_str: string meant to meet key1:value1,key2:value2 format :return: a dictionary """ LOG.debug("Parsing capability string %s", cap_str) capabilities = {} for node_capability in cap_str.split(','): parts = node_capability.split(':') if len(parts) == 2 and parts[0] and parts[1]: capabilities[parts[0]] = parts[1] else: LOG.warning("Ignoring malformed capability '%s'. " "Format should be 'key:val'.", node_capability) LOG.debug("Parsed capabilities %s", capabilities) return capabilities # See ironic.common.utils.parse_instance_info_capabilities. Same except that # we do not handle and # node.instance_info.capabilities differently
[docs] def parse_capabilities(root): """Extract capabilities from provided root dictionary-behaving object. root.get('capabilities', {}) value can either be a dict, or a json str, or a key1:value1,key2:value2 formatted string. :param root: Anything behaving like a dict and containing capabilities formatted as expected. Can be node.get('properties', {}), node.get('instance_info', {}). :returns: A dictionary with the capabilities if found and well formatted, otherwise an empty dictionary. """ capabilities = root.get('capabilities', {}) if isinstance(capabilities, str): try: capabilities = json.loads(capabilities) except json.decoder.JSONDecodeError: capabilities = _parse_capabilities_str(capabilities) if not isinstance(capabilities, dict): LOG.warning("Invalid capabilities %s", capabilities) return {} return capabilities
def _is_secure_boot(instance_info_caps, node_caps): """Extract node secure boot property""" return 'true' == str(instance_info_caps.get( 'secure_boot', node_caps.get('secure_boot', 'false'))).lower() # TODO(rg): This method should be mutualized with the one found in # ironic.drivers.modules.boot_mode_utils. # The only difference here: # 1. node is a dict, not an ironic.objects.node # 2. implicit bios boot mode when using trusted boot capability is removed: # there is no reason why trusted_boot should imply bios boot mode.
[docs] def get_node_boot_mode(node): """Returns the node boot mode. It returns 'uefi' if 'secure_boot' is set to 'true' in 'instance_info/capabilities' of node. Otherwise it directly look for boot mode hints into :param node: dictionary. :returns: 'bios' or 'uefi' """ instance_info = node.get('instance_info', {}) instance_info_caps = parse_capabilities(instance_info) node_caps = parse_capabilities(node.get('properties', {})) if _is_secure_boot(instance_info_caps, node_caps): LOG.debug('Deploy boot mode is implicitly uefi because secure ' 'boot is activated.') return 'uefi' ramdisk_boot_mode = 'uefi' if os.path.isdir('/sys/firmware/efi') \ else 'bios' # Priority order implemented in ironic boot_mode = instance_info.get( 'deploy_boot_mode', node_caps.get( 'boot_mode', node.get('driver_internal_info', {}).get('deploy_boot_mode', ramdisk_boot_mode)) ) boot_mode = str(boot_mode).lower() if boot_mode not in ['uefi', 'bios']: boot_mode = ramdisk_boot_mode LOG.debug('Deploy boot mode: %s', boot_mode) return boot_mode
[docs] def get_partition_table_type_from_specs(node): """Returns the node partition label, gpt or msdos. If boot mode is uefi, return gpt. Else, choice is open, look for disk_label capabilities (instance_info has priority over properties). :param node: :return: gpt or msdos """ instance_info_caps = parse_capabilities(node.get('instance_info', {})) node_caps = parse_capabilities(node.get('properties', {})) # Let's not make things more complicated than they already are. # We currently just ignore the specified disk label in case of uefi, # and force gpt, even if msdos is possible. Small amends needed if ever # needed (doubt that) boot_mode = get_node_boot_mode(node) if boot_mode == 'uefi': return 'gpt' disk_label = instance_info_caps.get( 'disk_label', node_caps.get('disk_label', 'msdos') ) return 'gpt' if disk_label == 'gpt' else 'msdos'
_LARGE_KEYS = frozenset(['configdrive', 'system_logs'])
[docs] def remove_large_keys(var): """Remove specific keys from the var, recursing into dicts and lists.""" if isinstance(var, abc.Mapping): return {key: (remove_large_keys(value) if key not in _LARGE_KEYS else '<...>') for key, value in var.items()} elif isinstance(var, abc.Sequence) and not isinstance(var, str): return var.__class__(map(remove_large_keys, var)) else: return var
[docs] def determine_time_method(): """Helper method to determine what time utility is present. :returns: "ntpdate" if ntpdate has been found, "chrony" if chrony was located, and None if neither are located. If both tools are present, "chrony" will supersede "ntpdate". """ try: execute('chronyd', '-h') return 'chronyd' except OSError: LOG.debug('Command \'chronyd\' not found for time sync.') try: execute('ntpdate', '-v', check_exit_code=[0, 1]) return 'ntpdate' except OSError: LOG.debug('Command \'ntpdate\' not found for time sync.') return None
[docs] def sync_clock(ignore_errors=False): """Syncs the software clock of the system. This method syncs the system software clock if a NTP server was defined in the "[DEFAULT]ntp_server" configuration parameter. This method does NOT attempt to sync the hardware clock. It will try to use either ntpdate or chrony to sync the software clock of the system. If neither is found, an exception is raised. :param ignore_errors: Boolean value default False that allows for the method to be called and ultimately not raise an exception. This may be useful for opportunistically attempting to sync the system software clock. :raises: CommandExecutionError if an error is encountered while attempting to sync the software clock. """ if not CONF.ntp_server: return method = determine_time_method() if method == 'ntpdate': try: execute('ntpdate', CONF.ntp_server) LOG.debug('Set software clock using ntpdate') except processutils.ProcessExecutionError as e: msg = ('Failed to sync with ntp server: ' '%s: %s' % (CONF.ntp_server, e)) LOG.error(msg) if CONF.fail_if_clock_not_set or not ignore_errors: raise errors.CommandExecutionError(msg) elif method == 'chronyd': try: # stop chronyd, ignore if it ran before or not execute('chronyc', 'shutdown', check_exit_code=[0, 1]) # force a time sync now query = "server " + CONF.ntp_server + " iburst" execute("chronyd -q \'%s\'" % query, shell=True) LOG.debug('Set software clock using chrony') except (processutils.ProcessExecutionError, errors.CommandExecutionError) as e: msg = ('Failed to sync time using chrony to ntp server: ' '%s: %s' % (CONF.ntp_server, e)) LOG.error(msg) if CONF.fail_if_clock_not_set or not ignore_errors: raise errors.CommandExecutionError(msg) else: msg = ('Unable to sync clock, available methods of ' '\'ntpdate\' or \'chrony\' not found.') LOG.error(msg) if CONF.fail_if_clock_not_set or not ignore_errors: raise errors.CommandExecutionError(msg)
[docs] def create_partition_table(dev_name, partition_table_type): """Create a partition table on a disk using parted. :param dev_name: the disk where we want to create the partition table. :param partition_table_type: the type of partition table we want to create, for example gpt or msdos. :raises: CommandExecutionError if an error is encountered while attempting to create the partition table. """"Creating partition table on %s", dev_name) try: execute('parted', dev_name, '-s', '--', 'mklabel', partition_table_type) except processutils.ProcessExecutionError as e: msg = "Failed to create partition table on {}: {}".format( dev_name, e) raise errors.CommandExecutionError(msg)
[docs] class StreamingClient: """A wrapper around HTTP client with TLS, streaming and error handling.""" _CHUNK_SIZE = 1 * units.Mi def __init__(self, verify_ca=True): if verify_ca: self.verify, self.cert = get_ssl_client_options(CONF) else: self.verify, self.cert = False, None @contextlib.contextmanager def __call__(self, url): """Execute a GET request and start streaming. :param url: Target URL. :return: A generator yielding chunks of data. """ @tenacity.retry( retry=tenacity.retry_if_exception_type(requests.ConnectionError), stop=tenacity.stop_after_attempt( CONF.image_download_connection_retries + 1), wait=tenacity.wait_fixed( CONF.image_download_connection_retry_interval), reraise=True) def _get_with_retries(): return requests.get(url, verify=self.verify, cert=self.cert, stream=True, timeout=CONF.image_download_connection_timeout) try: with _get_with_retries() as resp: resp.raise_for_status() yield resp.iter_content(self._CHUNK_SIZE) except requests.RequestException as exc: raise errors.CommandExecutionError( "Unable to read data from %s: %s" % (url, exc))
[docs] def rescan_device(device): """Force the device to be rescanned :param device: device upon which to rescan and update kernel partition records. """ try: execute('partx', '-av', device, attempts=3, delay_on_retry=True) except processutils.ProcessExecutionError: LOG.warning("Couldn't re-read the partition table " "on device %s", device) try: execute('udevadm', 'settle') except processutils.ProcessExecutionError as e: LOG.warning('Something went wrong when waiting for udev ' 'to settle. Error: %s', e)
def _lshw_matches(item, by_id, fields): lshw_id = item.get('id', '') if isinstance(by_id, re.Pattern): if by_id.match(lshw_id) is None: return False elif by_id is not None and by_id != lshw_id: return False for key, value in fields.items(): if item.get(key) != value: return False return True
[docs] def find_in_lshw(lshw, by_id=None, by_class=None, recursive=False, **fields): """Yield all suitable records from lshw.""" # Cannot really pass class=... in Python if by_class is not None: fields['class'] = by_class for child in lshw.get('children', ()): if _lshw_matches(child, by_id, fields): yield child if recursive: yield from find_in_lshw(child, by_id, recursive=True, **fields)
def _unmount_any_config_drives(): """Umount anything mounted to /mnt/config As part of the configuration drive model, utilities like cloud-init and glean leverage a folder at /mnt/config to convey configuration to a booting OS. The possibility exists that one of the utilities mounted one or multiple such folders, even if the configuration was not used, and this can result in locked devices which can prevent rebuild operations from completing successfully as long as the folder is mounted, it is a "locked" device to the operating system. """ while os.path.ismount('/mnt/config'): _early_log('Issuing an umount command for /mnt/config...') execute('umount', '/mnt/config') time.sleep(1)