Source code for insights.parsers.dse_ldif_simple

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
DseLdifSimple - file ``/etc/dirsrv/*/dse.ldif``

from insights import Parser, parser
from insights.specs import Specs
from insights.util import deprecated

[docs] @parser(Specs.dse_ldif) class DseLdifSimple(Parser, dict): """ .. warning:: This class is deprecated and will be removed from 3.5.0. Please use the :class:`insights.parsers.dse_ldif.DseLDIF` instead. Parse the attributes out of the filtered lines of the dse.ldif file into dict[attribute name] = attribute value. Please note the difference between the LDIF format and this parser. The file dse.ldif is in the LDIF format (see ``man 5 ldif``). LDIF contains multi-row records where each record is identified by a ``dn:`` line ("dn" as in "distinguished name") and the record's other lines are attributes. Attributes may also have base64-encoded values, multiline values, and file-stored values. The parser processes lines independently without tracking what the line is and which record it belongs to. Only plaintext single-line values are supported. This allows for filterable, efficient, and privacy-preserving processing of attributes whose names are valid only in a single distinguished name, and whose values are single-line plaintext only. Sample input data:: dn: cn=config nsslapd-securePort: 636 nsslapd-security: on dn: cn=encryption,cn=config sslVersionMin: SSLv3 sslVersionMax: TLS1.1 nsSSL3: on Examples: >>> type(dse_ldif_simple) <class 'insights.parsers.dse_ldif_simple.DseLdifSimple'> >>> dse_ldif_simple["nsslapd-security"] 'on' >>> "sslVersionMin" in dse_ldif_simple True >>> dict(dse_ldif_simple)["nsSSL3"] 'on' """ def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): deprecated(DseLdifSimple, "Please use the :class:`insights.parsers.dse_ldif.DseLDIF` instead.", "3.5.0") super(DseLdifSimple, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
[docs] def parse_content(self, content): data = {} for line in content: if line.startswith("#"): # lines beginning with # are ignored continue if ":" not in line: # only attribute: value lines supported continue if line.startswith(" "): # multi-line values not supported continue attr_name, attr_value = line.split(":", 1) if attr_value.startswith(":"): # base64-encrypted values not supported continue if attr_value.startswith("<"): # file-backed values not supported continue # Whitespace at either side of the value has no effect. attr_value = attr_value.strip() # If the same attribute is declared multiple times, the first # instance takes into effect, the rest is ignored by the 386 # Directory Server. if attr_name not in data: data[attr_name] = attr_value self.update(data)