Source code for insights.parsers.rdma_config

RdmaConfig - file ``/etc/rdma/rdma.conf``
from .. import get_active_lines, Parser, parser, LegacyItemAccess
from insights.parsers import split_kv_pairs
from insights.specs import Specs
from insights.parsers import SkipException

[docs]@parser(Specs.rdma_conf) class RdmaConfig(Parser, LegacyItemAccess): """ This class will parse the output of file ``/etc/rdma/rdma.conf``. The rdma service reads /etc/rdma/rdma.conf file to find out which kernel-level and user-level RDMA protocols the administrator wants to be loaded by default. Attributes: data (dict): Dictionary of keys with values in dict. Sample configuration file:: IPOIB_LOAD=yes # Load SRP (SCSI Remote Protocol initiator support) module SRP_LOAD=yes # Load SRPT (SCSI Remote Protocol target support) module SRPT_LOAD=yes # Load iSER (iSCSI over RDMA initiator support) module ISER_LOAD=yes # Load iSERT (iSCSI over RDMA target support) module ISERT_LOAD=yes # Load RDS (Reliable Datagram Service) network protocol RDS_LOAD=no # Load NFSoRDMA client transport module XPRTRDMA_LOAD=yes # Load NFSoRDMA server transport module SVCRDMA_LOAD=no # Load Tech Preview device driver modules TECH_PREVIEW_LOAD=no # Should we modify the system mtrr registers? We may need to do this if you # get messages from the ib_ipath driver saying that it couldn't enable # write combining for the PIO buffs on the card. # # Note: recent kernels should do this for us, but in case they don't, we'll # leave this option FIXUP_MTRR_REGS=no Examples: >>> rdma_conf['IPOIB_LOAD'] 'yes' >>> rdma_conf["SRP_LOAD"] 'yes' >>> rdma_conf["SVCRDMA_LOAD"] 'no' """
[docs] def parse_content(self, content): _content = get_active_lines(content) if not _content: raise SkipException("Empty content.") = split_kv_pairs(_content)