Source code for insights.combiners.krb5

krb5 configuration
The krb5 files are normally available to rules as a list of
Krb5Configuration objects.
from copy import deepcopy
from insights.core import LegacyItemAccess
from insights.core.plugins import combiner
from insights.parsers.krb5 import Krb5Configuration

[docs]@combiner(Krb5Configuration) class AllKrb5Conf(LegacyItemAccess): """ Combiner for accessing all the krb5 configuration files, the format is dict. There may be multi files for krb5 configuration, and the main config file is krb5.conf. In the situation that same section is both in krb5.conf and other configuration files, section in krb5.conf is the available setting. Data from parser krb5 is list of dict(s), this combiner will parse this list and return a dict which containing all valid data. Sample files:: /etc/krb5.conf: includedir /etc/krb5.conf.d/ include /etc/krb5test.conf module /etc/krb5test.conf:residual [logging] default = FILE:/var/log/krb5libs.log kdc = FILE:/var/log/krb5kdc.log /etc/krb5.d/krb5_more.conf: [logging] default = FILE:/var/log/krb5.log kdc = FILE:/var/log/krb5.log admin_server = FILE:/var/log/kadmind.log [realms] dns_lookup_realm = false default_ccache_name = KEYRING:persistent:%{uid} Examples: >>> all_krb5 = shared[AllKrb5Conf] >>> all_krb5.include ['/etc/krb5test.conf'] >>> all_krb5.sections() ['logging', 'realms'] >>> all_krb5.options('logging') ['default', 'kdc', 'admin_server'] >>> all_krb5['logging']['kdc'] 'FILE:/var/log/krb5kdc.log' >>> all_krb5.has_option('logging', 'admin_server') True >>> all_krb5['realms']['dns_lookup_realm'] 'false' >>> all_krb5.files ['krb5.conf', 'test.conf', 'test2.conf'] Attributes: includedir (list): The directory list that `krb5.conf` includes via `includedir` directive include (list): The configuration file list that `krb5.conf` includes via `include` directive module (list): The module list that `krb5.conf` specifed via 'module' directive files (list): The list of configuration file names. """ def __init__(self, krb5configs): = {} main_data = {} self.includedir = [] self.include = [] self.module = [] self.files = [] for krb5_parser in krb5configs: self.files.append(krb5_parser.file_name) if krb5_parser.file_path == "/etc/krb5.conf": main_data = self.includedir = krb5_parser.includedir self.include = krb5_parser.include self.module = krb5_parser.module else: dict_deep_merge(, # Same options in same section from other configuration files will be covered by the option # from main configuration, but different options in same section will be kept. for key, value in main_data.items(): if key in[key].update(value) else:[key] = value super(AllKrb5Conf, self).__init__()
[docs] def sections(self): """ Return a list of section names. """ return
[docs] def has_section(self, section): """ Indicate whether the named section is present in the configuration. Return True if the given section is present, and False if not present. """ return section in
[docs] def options(self, section): """ Return a list of option names for the given section name. """ return[section].keys() if self.has_section(section) else []
[docs] def has_option(self, section, option): """ Check for the existence of a given option in a given section. Return True if the given option is present, and False if not present. """ if section not in return False return option in[section]
[docs]def dict_deep_merge(tgt, src): """ Utility function to merge the source dictionary `src` to the target dictionary recursively Note: The type of the values in the dictionary can only be `dict` or `list` Parameters: tgt (dict): The target dictionary src (dict): The source dictionary """ for k, v in src.items(): if k in tgt: if isinstance(tgt[k], dict) and isinstance(v, dict): dict_deep_merge(tgt[k], v) else: tgt[k].extend(deepcopy(v)) else: tgt[k] = deepcopy(v)