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00001 """The DBUS service which interfaces to the broker."""

import logging

from dbus.service import signal
import dbus.glib

from landscape.lib.dbus_util import (get_object, Object, method,
                                     byte_array, array_to_string)
from landscape.lib.bpickle import loads, dumps
from landscape.lib.twisted_util import gather_results

from landscape.manager.manager import FAILED

BUS_NAME = "com.canonical.landscape.Broker"
OBJECT_PATH = "/com/canonical/landscape/Broker"

00021 class BrokerDBusObject(Object):
    """A DBus-published object which allows adding messages to the queue."""

    bus_name = BUS_NAME
    object_path = OBJECT_PATH

00027     def __init__(self, config, reactor, exchange, registration,
                 message_store, bus):
        @param exchange: The
            L{MessageExchange<landscape.exchange.MessageExchange>} to send
            messages with.
        @param bus: The L{Bus} that represents where we're listening.
        super(BrokerDBusObject, self).__init__(bus)
        self._registered_plugins = set()
        self.bus = bus
        self.config = config
        self.reactor = reactor
        self.exchange = exchange
        self.registration = registration
        self.message_store = message_store
        reactor.call_on("message", self._broadcast_message)
        reactor.call_on("impending-exchange", self.impending_exchange)
        reactor.call_on("exchange-failed", self.exchange_failed)
        reactor.call_on("registration-done", self.registration_done)
        reactor.call_on("registration-failed", self.registration_failed)
        reactor.call_on("resynchronize-clients", self.resynchronize)

    def resynchronize(self):

    def impending_exchange(self):

    def exchange_failed(self):

    def _broadcast_message(self, message):
        blob = byte_array(dumps(message))
        results = []
        for plugin in self.get_plugin_objects():
        return gather_results(results).addCallback(self._message_delivered,

00072     def _message_delivered(self, results, message):
        If the message wasn't handled, and it's an operation request (i.e. it
        has an operation-id), then respond with a failing operation result
        indicating as such.
        opid = message.get("operation-id")
        if (True not in results
            and opid is not None
            and message["type"] != "resynchronize"):
            mtype = message["type"]
            logging.error("Nobody handled the %s message." % (mtype,))

            result_text = """\
Landscape client failed to handle this request (%s) because the
plugin which should handle it isn't available.  This could mean that the
plugin has been intentionally disabled, or that the client isn't running
properly, or you may be running an older version of the client that doesn't
support this feature.

Please contact the Landscape team for more information.
""" % (mtype,)
            response = {
                "type": "operation-result",
                "status": FAILED,
                "result-text": result_text,
                "operation-id": opid}
            self.exchange.send(response, urgent=True)

00103     def ping(self):
        """Return True"""
        return True

00108     def send_message(self, message, urgent=False):
        """Queue the given message in the message exchange.

        This method is DBUS-published.

        @param message: The message dict.
        @param urgent: If True, exchange urgently. Defaults to False.
        message = loads(array_to_string(message))
            logging.debug("Got a %r message over DBUS." % (message["type"],))
        except (KeyError, TypeError), e:
        return self.exchange.send(message, urgent=urgent)

    def is_message_pending(self, message_id):
        return self.message_store.is_pending(message_id)

    def reload_configuration(self):
        # Now we'll kill off everything else so that they can be restarted and
        # notice configuration changes.
        return self.stop_plugins()

    def register(self):
        return self.registration.register()

    def registration_done(self):

    def registration_failed(self):

    @method(IFACE_NAME, out_signature="as")
    def get_accepted_message_types(self):
        return self.message_store.get_accepted_types()

    def message_type_acceptance_changed(self, type, accepted):

    def register_plugin(self, bus_name, object_path):
        self._registered_plugins.add((bus_name, object_path))

    def get_registered_plugins(self):
        return list(self._registered_plugins)

    def get_plugin_objects(self, retry_timeout=None):
        return [get_object(self.bus, bus_name, object_path,
                for bus_name, object_path in self._registered_plugins]

00167     def stop_plugins(self):
        """Tell all plugins to exit."""
        results = []
        # We disable our timeout with retry_timeout=0 here.  The process might
        # already have exited, or be truly wedged, so the default DBus timeout
        # is good enough.
        for plugin in self.get_plugin_objects(retry_timeout=0):
        result = gather_results(results, consume_errors=True)
        result.addCallback(lambda ignored: None)
        return result

00180     def exit(self):
        """Request a graceful exit from the broker.

        Before this method returns, all plugins will be notified of the
        broker's intention of exiting, so that they have the chance to
        stop whatever they're doing in a graceful way, and then exit

        This method will only return a result when all plugins returned
        their own results.
        # Fire pre-exit before calling any of the plugins, so that everything
        # in the broker acknowledges that we're about to exit and asking
        # plugins to die.  This prevents any exchanges from happening,
        # for instance.

        result = self.stop_plugins()

        def fire_post_exit(ignored):
            # Fire it shortly, to give us a chance to send a DBUS reply.
            self.reactor.call_later(1, lambda: self.reactor.fire("post-exit"))

        return result

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