Source code for insights.parsers.du

Disk Usage parsers

Module for the processing of output from the ``du`` command.

Parsers provided by this module include:

DiskUsageDir - command ``du -s -k {directory}``

from insights import parser, CommandParser
from insights.parsers import ParseException, SkipException
from insights.specs import Specs

[docs]class DiskUsage(CommandParser, dict): """ Reads output of du command and turns it into a dictionary with pathname as key and size in blocks. Supports parsing input data as long as output is 2 column data with first column as space size with integer values only and second as pathname which can be a file or directory. Space size with decimal values or unit suffixes like M, GiB is not supported. du command produces output in 1K blocks unless block size is specified in command options or an environment variable. This parser is intended to be used only with default block size of 1K which is also equal to plain "du" or "du -k". Sample input data:: 56 /var/lib/alternatives 4 /var/lib/logrotate 5492 /var/lib/mlocate 20 /var/lib/NetworkManager 186484 /var/lib/pgsql 856 /var/lib/rhsm 110712 /var/lib/rpm 4 /var/lib/rsyslog 64 /var/lib/systemd 15200 /var/lib/yum Examples: >>> '/var/lib/pgsql' in disk_usage True >>> disk_usage.get('/var/lib/pgsql') 186484 >>> int(disk_usage.get('/var/lib/pgsql') / 1024) # to MiB 182 Raises: SkipException: When no data could be parsed. ParseException: Raised when any problem parsing the command output. """
[docs] def parse_content(self, content): """ Parse input data into a dictionary. """ # For errors like : # /bin/du: cannot read directory '/somepath' # /bin/du: cannot access `/somepath': No such file or directory du_error = 'bin/du: ' for line in content: if du_error in line: continue line_split = line.split(None, 1) if len(line_split) != 2: raise ParseException("Could not parse line: {0}".format(line)) size, path = line_split path = path.rstrip() if path.startswith('.'): raise ParseException("Relative paths not supported: {0}'". format(line)) if path and size.isdigit(): self[path] = int(size) else: raise ParseException("Could not parse line: '{0}'". format(line)) if len(self) == 0: raise SkipException('No data parsed')
[docs]@parser(Specs.du_dirs) class DiskUsageDir(DiskUsage): """ Parser class for processing du output for multiple directories, each collected using ``du -s -k {directory}``. """ pass