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import signal
import os
import sys

from logging import (getLevelName, getLogger,
                     FileHandler, StreamHandler, Formatter, info)

from optparse import OptionParser
from ConfigParser import ConfigParser

import dbus.glib # Side-effects rule!

from twisted.application.service import Application, Service
from twisted.application.app import startApplication

from landscape import VERSION
from landscape.lib.persist import Persist
from landscape.lib.dbus_util import get_bus
from landscape.lib import bpickle_dbus
from landscape.log import rotate_logs
from landscape.reactor import TwistedReactor

from landscape.upgraders import UPGRADE_MANAGERS

def init_logging(configuration, program_name):
    """Given a basic configuration, set up logging."""
    handlers = []
    if not os.path.exists(configuration.log_dir):
    log_filename = os.path.join(configuration.log_dir, program_name+".log")
    if not configuration.quiet:
    for handler in handlers:
        format = ("%(asctime)s %(levelname)-8s [%(threadName)-10s] "

00043 class BaseConfiguration(object):
    """Base class for configuration implementations.

    @var required_options: Optionally, a sequence of key names to require when
        reading or writing a configuration.
    @var unsaved_options: Optionally, a sequence of key names to never write
        to the configuration file.  This is useful when you want to provide
        command-line options that should never end up in a configuration file.
    @var default_config_filenames: A sequence of filenames to check when
        reading or writing a configuration.

    required_options = ()
    unsaved_options = ()
    default_config_filenames = ["/etc/landscape/client.conf"]
    if (os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(sys.argv[0]))
        == os.path.abspath("scripts")):
        default_config_filenames.insert(0, "landscape-client.conf")
    default_config_filenames = tuple(default_config_filenames)
    config_section = "client"

    def __init__(self):
        self._set_options = {}
        self._command_line_args = []
        self._command_line_options = {}
        self._config_filename = None
        self._config_file_options = {}
        self._parser = self.make_parser()
        self._command_line_defaults = self._parser.defaults.copy()
        # We don't want them mixed with explicitly given options,
        # otherwise we can't define the precedence properly.

00076     def __getattr__(self, name):
        """Find and return the value of the given configuration parameter.

        The following sources will be searched:
          * The attributes that were explicitly set on this object,
          * The parameters specified on the command line,
          * The parameters specified in the configuration file, and
          * The defaults.

        If no values are found and the parameter does exist as a possible
        parameter, C{None} is returned.

        Otherwise C{AttributeError} is raised.
        for options in [self._set_options,
            if name in options:
                value = options[name]
            if self._parser.has_option("--" + name.replace("_", "-")):
                value = None
                raise AttributeError(name)
        if isinstance(value, basestring):
            option = self._parser.get_option("--" + name.replace("_", "-"))
            if option is not None:
                value = option.convert_value(None, value)
        return value

    def get(self, name, default=None):
            return self.__getattr__(name)
        except AttributeError:
            return default

00114     def __setattr__(self, name, value):
        """Set a configuration parameter.

        If the name begins with C{_}, it will only be set on this object and
        not stored in the configuration file.
        if name.startswith("_"):
            super(BaseConfiguration, self).__setattr__(name, value)
            self._set_options[name] = value

    def reload(self):

00128     def load(self, args, accept_unexistent_config=False):
        Load configuration data from command line arguments and a config file.

        @raise: A SystemExit if the arguments are bad.

        # Parse configuration file, if found.
        if self.config:
            if os.path.isfile(self.config):
            elif not accept_unexistent_config:
                sys.exit("error: file not found: %s" % self.config)
            for potential_config_file in self.default_config_filenames:
                if os.access(potential_config_file, os.R_OK):

        # Check that all needed options were given.
        for option in self.required_options:
            if not getattr(self, option):
                sys.exit("error: must specify --%s "
                         "or the '%s' directive in the config file."
                         % (option.replace('_','-'), option))

        if self.bus not in ("session", "system"):
            sys.exit("error: bus must be one of 'session' or 'system'")

00158     def load_command_line(self, args):
        """Load configuration data from the given command line."""
        self._command_line_args = args
        values = self._parser.parse_args(args)[0]
        self._command_line_options = vars(values)

00164     def load_configuration_file(self, filename):
        """Load configuration data from the given file name.

        If any data has already been set on this configuration object,
        then the old data will take precedence.
        self._config_filename = filename
        config_parser = ConfigParser()
        self._config_file_options = dict(

00176     def write(self):
        """Write back configuration to the configuration file.

        Values which match the default option in the parser won't be saved.

        Options are considered in the following precedence:

        1. Manually set options (config.option = value)
        2. Options passed in the command line
        3. Previously existent options in the configuration file

        The filename picked for saving configuration options is:

        1. self.config, if defined
        2. The last loaded configuration file, if any
        3. The first filename in self.default_config_filenames
        config_parser = ConfigParser()
        all_options = self._config_file_options.copy()
        for name, value in all_options.items():
            if (name != "config" and
                name not in self.unsaved_options and
                value != self._command_line_defaults.get(name)):
                config_parser.set("client", name, value)
        filename = (self.config or self._config_filename or
        config_file = open(filename, "w")

00209     def make_parser(self):
        Return an L{OptionParser} preset with options that all
        landscape-related programs accept.
        parser = OptionParser(version=VERSION)
        parser.add_option("-c", "--config", metavar="FILE",
                          help="Use config from this file (any command line "
                               "options override settings from the file).")
        parser.add_option("--bus", default="system",
                          help="Which DBUS bus to use. One of 'session' "
                               "or 'system'.")
        return parser

    def get_config_filename(self):
        return self._config_filename

    def get_command_line_options(self):
        return self._command_line_options

00230 class Configuration(BaseConfiguration):
    """Configuration data for Landscape client.

    This contains all simple data, some of it calculated.

    def hashdb_filename(self):
        return os.path.join(self.data_path, "hash.db")

00240     def make_parser(self):
        Return an L{OptionParser} preset with options that all
        landscape-related programs accept.
        parser = super(Configuration, self).make_parser()
        parser.add_option("-d", "--data-path", metavar="PATH",
                          help="The directory to store data files in.")
        parser.add_option("-q", "--quiet", default=False, action="store_true",
                          help="Do not log to the standard output.")
        parser.add_option("-l", "--log-dir", metavar="FILE",
                          help="The directory to write log files to.",
        parser.add_option("--log-level", default="info",
                          help="One of debug, info, warning, error or "
        parser.add_option("--ignore-sigint", action="store_true", default=False,
                          help="Ignore interrupt signals. ")

        return parser

def get_versioned_persist(service):
    Load a Persist database for the given service and upgrade or mark
    as current, as necessary.
    persist = Persist(filename=service.persist_filename)
    upgrade_manager = UPGRADE_MANAGERS[service.service_name]
    if os.path.exists(service.persist_filename):
    return persist

00278 class LandscapeService(Service, object):
    A utility superclass for defining Landscape services.

    This sets up the reactor, bpickle/dbus integration, a Persist object, and
    connects to the bus when started.

    @cvar service_name: The lower-case name of the service. This is used to
        generate the bpickle filename.
    reactor_factory = TwistedReactor
    persist_filename = None

    def __init__(self, config):
        self.config = config
        self.reactor = self.reactor_factory()
        if self.persist_filename:
            self.persist = get_versioned_persist(self)
        signal.signal(signal.SIGUSR1, lambda signal, frame: rotate_logs())

    def startService(self):
        self.bus = get_bus(self.config.bus)
        info("%s started on '%s' bus with config %s" % (
                self.service_name.capitalize(), self.config.bus,

    def stopService(self):
        info("%s stopped on '%s' bus with config %s" % (
                self.service_name.capitalize(), self.config.bus,

def assert_unowned_bus_name(bus, bus_name):
    dbus_object = bus.get_object("org.freedesktop.DBus",
    if dbus_object.NameHasOwner(bus_name,
        sys.exit("error: DBus name %s is owned. "
                 "Is the process already running?" % bus_name)

def run_landscape_service(configuration_class, service_class, args, bus_name):
    """Run a Landscape service.

    @param configuration_class: A subclass of L{Configuration} for processing
        the C{args} and config file.
    @param service_class: A subclass of L{LandscapeService} to create and start.
    @param args: Command line arguments.
    @param bus_name: A bus name used to verify if the service is already
    from twisted.internet.glib2reactor import install
    from twisted.internet import reactor

    # Let's consider adding this:
#     from twisted.python.log import startLoggingWithObserver, PythonLoggingObserver
#     startLoggingWithObserver(PythonLoggingObserver().emit, setStdout=False)

    configuration = configuration_class()
    init_logging(configuration, service_class.service_name)

    assert_unowned_bus_name(get_bus(configuration.bus), bus_name)

    application = Application("landscape-%s" % (service_class.service_name,))

    startApplication(application, False)

    if configuration.ignore_sigint:
        signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal.SIG_IGN)


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