Source code for insights.parsers.package_provides_httpd

PackageProvidesHttpd - command ``/bin/echo {httpd_command_package}``

.. warning::

    This module is deprecated, please use
    :mod:`insights.parsers.package_provides` instead.

This module parses the content that contains running instances of 'httpd' and
its corresponding RPM package which provide them. The running command and its
package name are stored as properties ``command`` and ``package`` of the object.

The reason why using above datasource is that we need to record the links
between running_httpd_command and package which provides the httpd command. In
``ps aux`` output, we can only get what httpd command starts a httpd
application, instead of httpd package. Through this way, when there is httpd
bug, we can detect whether a running httpd application will be affected.

    >>> package.command
    >>> package.package

from insights import parser, CommandParser
from insights.specs import Specs
from ..parsers import SkipException
from insights.util import deprecated

[docs]@parser(Specs.package_provides_httpd) class PackageProvidesHttpd(CommandParser): """ .. warning:: This Combiner is deprecated, please use :class:`insights.parsers.package_provides.PackageProvidesCommand` instead. Parse the content like '/opt/rh/httpd24/root/usr/sbin/httpd /usr/sbin/httpd' Attributes: command (str): The httpd command that starts application. package (str): httpd package that provides above httpd command. """
[docs] def parse_content(self, content): deprecated( PackageProvidesHttpd, 'Please use the :class:`insights.parsers.package_provides.PackageProvidesCommand` instead.' ) if len(content) == 0: raise SkipException("Error: ", 'there is not httpd application running') l = content[0].split() if len(l) != 2: raise SkipException("Error: ", 'current running httpd command is not provided by package installed through yum or rpm') self.command = l[0] self.package = l[1]