Source code for insights.parsers.systemd_analyze

SystemdAnalyzeBlame - command ``systemd-analyze blame``

This module parses the output of command ``systemd-analyze blame``.
from insights.specs import Specs
from insights import CommandParser, parser
from insights.parsers import SkipException

[docs]@parser(Specs.systemd_analyze_blame) class SystemdAnalyzeBlame(CommandParser, dict): """Parse the output of ``systemd-analyze blame`` as ``dict``. The time to initialize is converted into seconds. Typical output:: 33.080s cloud-init-local.service 32.423s unbound-anchor.service 2.773s kdump.service 1.699s dnf-makecache.service 1.304s cloud-init.service 1.073s initrd-switch-root.service 939ms cloud-config.service 872ms tuned.service 770ms cloud-final.service Examples: >>> 'cloud-init-local.service' in output True >>> output.get('cloud-init.service', 0) 1.304 Returns: (dict): With unit-name & time as key-value pair. Ex:: {'cloud-config.service': 0.939, 'cloud-final.service': 0.77, 'cloud-init-local.service': 33.08, 'cloud-init.service': 1.304, 'dnf-makecache.service': 1.699, 'initrd-switch-root.service': 1.073, 'kdump.service': 2.773, 'tuned.service': 0.872, 'unbound-anchor.service': 32.423} Raises: SkipException: If content is not provided. """
[docs] def parse_content(self, content): if not content: raise SkipException for c in content: time, service = c.split() if time.endswith('ms'): _time = round(float(time.strip('ms')) / 1000, 5) else: _time = round(float(time.strip('ms')), 5) self[service] = _time