Source code for insights.parsers.upstart

UpstartInitctlList - Command ``initctl --system list``

Parser to parse the output of ``initctl --system list`` command.

from insights.core import CommandParser
from insights.core.exceptions import SkipComponent
from insights.core.plugins import parser
from insights.specs import Specs

[docs]@parser(Specs.initctl_lst) class UpstartInitctlList(CommandParser): """ Class to parse the output of initctl command. It allows a system administrator to communicate and interact with the Upstart init(8) daemon and list the services managed by Upstart init. Sample output:: rc stop/waiting vmware-tools start/running tty (/dev/tty3) start/running, process 9499 tty (/dev/tty2) start/running, process 9495 tty (/dev/tty1) start/running, process 9493 tty (/dev/tty6) start/running, process 9507 tty (/dev/tty5) start/running, process 9505 tty (/dev/tty4) start/running, process 9502 tty (/dev/ttyS0) start/running, process 9509 plymouth-shutdown stop/waiting control-alt-delete stop/waiting rcS-emergency stop/waiting readahead-collector stop/waiting kexec-disable stop/waiting quit-plymouth stop/waiting rcS stop/waiting prefdm stop/waiting init-system-dbus stop/waiting ck-log-system-restart stop/waiting readahead stop/waiting ck-log-system-start stop/waiting splash-manager stop/waiting start-ttys stop/waiting readahead-disable-services stop/waiting ck-log-system-stop stop/waiting rcS-sulogin stop/waiting serial stop/waiting Raises: SkipComponent: When nothing need to parse. Attributes: data(list): Daemon details are stored as list of str. tty(dict): Device details are stored with status and process id. daemon_proc(dict): Daemon status are stored with its `dameon` name and `status`. Examples: >>> type(upstart_obj) <class 'insights.parsers.upstart.UpstartInitctlList'> >>> upstart_obj.upstart_managed('vmware-tools') 'vmware-tools start/running' >>> upstart_obj.daemon_status('vmware-tools') 'start/running' >>> upstart_obj.daemon_status('start-ttys') 'stop/waiting' >>> upstart_obj.dev_status('/dev/tty4') 'stop/waiting' >>> upstart_obj.upstart_managed('/dev/tty3') 'tty (/dev/tty3) start/running, process 9499' >>> upstart_obj.daemon_proc['quit-plymouth'] 'stop/waiting' >>> upstart_obj.tty['/dev/tty4']['status'] 'stop/waiting' >>> sorted([0] 'ck-log-system-restart stop/waiting' """
[docs] def parse_content(self, content): = [] self.tty = {} self.daemon_proc = {} if (not content): raise SkipComponent("No Contents") for line in content: if 'dev/tty' in line: line_s = line.split() if len(line_s) > 1: dev = line_s[1].replace('(', '').replace(')', '') self.tty[dev] = {} self.tty[dev]['status'] = line_s[2].replace(',', '') if len(line_s) > 4 and 'process' in line: self.tty[dev]['process'] = str(line_s[4]) else: line_s = line.split() proc = line_s[0] status = line_s[1] self.daemon_proc[proc] = status
[docs] def upstart_managed(self, daemon): """ Arguments: daemon(str): The daemon name Returns: (str): This method returns the status of daemon service if it is managed by upstar else it will return `None`. """ for line in if daemon in line: return line return None
[docs] def daemon_status(self, daemon): """ Arguments: daemon(str): The daemon name Returns: (str): This method will return the status of the process `start/running` or `stop/waiting` if it is managed by upstart else it will return `None`. """ return self.daemon_proc.get(daemon, None)
[docs] def dev_status(self, dev): """ Arguments: dev(str): The tty device name Returns: (str): This method will return the status of the tty device `start/running` or `stop/waiting`, along with `process-ID` if it is managed by upstart else it will return `None`. """ if dev and dev in self.tty.keys(): return self.tty[dev].get('status', None)