Source code for insights.parsers.chkconfig

ChkConfig - command ``chkconfig``
from collections import namedtuple
from .. import parser, CommandParser
from insights.specs import Specs
from insights.parsers import SkipException
import re

[docs]@parser(Specs.chkconfig) class ChkConfig(CommandParser): """ A parser for working with data gathered from `chkconfig` utility. Sample input data is shown as `content` in the examples below. Raises: SkipException: When nothing is parsed. Examples: >>> content = ''' ... auditd 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off ... crond 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off ... iptables 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off ... kdump 0:off 1:off 2:off 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off ... restorecond 0:off 1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off ... xinetd: 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off ... rexec: off ... rlogin: off ... rsh: off ... telnet: on ... ''' >>> shared[ChkConfig].is_on('crond') True >>> shared[ChkConfig].is_on('httpd') False >>> shared[ChkConfig].is_on('rexec') False >>> shared[ChkConfig].is_on('telnet') True >>> shared[ChkConfig].parsed_lines['crond'] 'crond 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off' >>> shared[ChkConfig].parsed_lines['telnet'] ' telnet: on' >>> shared[ChkConfig].levels_on('crond') set(['3', '2', '5', '4']) >>> shared[ChkConfig].levels_off('crond') set(['1', '0', '6']) >>> shared[ChkConfig].levels_on('telnet') set([]) >>> shared[ChkConfig].levels_off('telnet') set([]) """ LevelState = namedtuple('LevelState', ['level', 'state']) """namedtuple: Represents the state of a particular service level.""" def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): = {} """dict: Dictionary of bool indicating if service is enabled, access by service name .""" self.service_list = [] """list: List of service names in order of appearance.""" self.parsed_lines = {} """dict: Dictionary of content lines access by service name.""" self.level_states = {} """dict: Dictionary of set of level numbers access by service name.""" super(ChkConfig, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
[docs] def parse_content(self, content): """ Main parsing class method which stores all interesting data from the content. Args: content (context.content): Parser context content """ # sysv services are in the form "service 0:off" # while xinetd services are "service: off" state_re = re.compile(r':\s*(?P<state>on|off)(?:\s+|$)') for line in content: if # xinetd service names have a trailing colon ("telnet: on") service = line.split()[0].strip(' \t:') # Note that for regular services this assumes the ':on' occurs # in the current run level. It does not check the run level. # enabled = is not None enabled = ':on' in line or line.endswith('on')[service] = enabled self.parsed_lines[service] = line self.service_list.append(service) states = [] # Register the state of this service at each runlevel by # parsing e.g. "0:off 1:off 2:on" etc. for level in line.split()[1:]: # xinetd services have no runlevels, so set their states # to those of xinetd if they are on, else all off if len(level.split(':')) < 2: if enabled: if 'xinetd' in self.level_states: # A xinetd-based service is only on for the # SysV run states that xinetd itself is on. states = self.level_states['xinetd'] else: # RHEL 7.3 'chkconfig' is actually faked up # by systemd, and doesn't list xinetd as a # service. Run levels are meaningless here, # so we list 'on' for all SysV run levels. states = [self.LevelState(str(x), 'on') for x in range(7)] else: # Disabled xinetd services are effectively # off at every runlevel states = [self.LevelState(str(x), 'off') for x in range(7)] continue num, state = level.split(':') states.append(self.LevelState(num.strip(), state.strip())) self.level_states[service] = states if not raise SkipException
[docs] def is_on(self, service_name): """ Checks if the service is enabled in chkconfig. Args: service_name (str): service name Returns: bool: True if service is enabled, False otherwise """ return, False)
def _level_check(self, service_name, state): if service_name in self.parsed_lines: return set([l.level for l in self.level_states[service_name] if l.state == state]) else: raise KeyError("Service {0} not in Chkconfig".format(service_name))
[docs] def levels_on(self, service_name): """set (str): Returns set of level numbers where `service_name` is `on`. Raises: KeyError: Raises exception if `service_name` is not in Chkconfig. """ return self._level_check(service_name, state='on')
[docs] def levels_off(self, service_name): """set (str): Returns set of levels where `service_name` is `off`. Raises: KeyError: Raises exception if `service_name` is not in Chkconfig. """ return self._level_check(service_name, state='off')