Class: OpenNebula::Group

Inherits:
PoolElement show all
Defined in:
lib/OpenNebula/Group.rb

Constant Summary

GROUP_METHODS =
{
    :info       => "group.info",
    :allocate   => "group.allocate",
    :delete     => "group.delete"
}
SELF =

Flag for requesting connected user's group info

-1
GROUP_DEFAULT =
"/etc/one/group.default"

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from PoolElement

#id, #name, new_with_id, #to_str

Methods inherited from XMLElement

#[], #attr, #each, #each_xpath, #has_elements?, #initialize_xml, #name, #retrieve_elements, #template_like_str, #template_str, #text, #to_hash, #to_xml

Constructor Details

#initialize(xml, client) ⇒ Group

Class constructor



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# File 'lib/OpenNebula/Group.rb', line 61

def initialize(xml, client)
    super(xml,client)
end

Class Method Details

.build_xml(pe_id = nil) ⇒ Object

Creates a Group description with just its identifier this method should be used to create plain Group objects. +id+ the id of the user

Example: group = Group.new(Group.build_xml(3),rpc_client)



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# File 'lib/OpenNebula/Group.rb', line 50

def Group.build_xml(pe_id=nil)
    if pe_id
        group_xml = "<GROUP><ID>#{pe_id}</ID></GROUP>"
    else
        group_xml = "<GROUP></GROUP>"
    end

    XMLElement.build_xml(group_xml,'GROUP')
end

Instance Method Details

#allocate(groupname) ⇒ Object

Allocates a new Group in OpenNebula

+groupname+ A string containing the name of the Group.



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# File 'lib/OpenNebula/Group.rb', line 114

def allocate(groupname)
    super(GROUP_METHODS[:allocate], groupname)
end

#contains(uid) ⇒ Object

Returns whether or not the user with id 'uid' is part of this group



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# File 'lib/OpenNebula/Group.rb', line 128

def contains(uid)
    #This doesn't work in ruby 1.8.5
    #return self["USERS/ID[.=#{uid}]"] != nil

    id_array = retrieve_elements('USERS/ID')
    return id_array != nil && id_array.include?(uid.to_s)
end

#create_acls(filename = GROUP_DEFAULT) ⇒ Object

Creates ACLs for the group. The ACL rules are described in a file



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# File 'lib/OpenNebula/Group.rb', line 70

def create_acls(filename = GROUP_DEFAULT)
    if !File.readable?(filename)
        return -1, "Can not read deafult ACL file for group"
    end

    msg = String.new

    File.open(filename).each_line{ |l|
        next if l.match(/^#/)

        rule  = "@#{@pe_id} #{l}"
        parse = OpenNebula::Acl.parse_rule(rule)

        if OpenNebula.is_error?(parse)
            return -1, "Error parsing rule #{rule}: #{parse.message}"
        end

        xml = OpenNebula::Acl.build_xml
        acl = OpenNebula::Acl.new(xml, @client)

        rc = acl.allocate(*parse)

        if OpenNebula.is_error?(rc)
            return -1, "Error creating rule #{rule}: #{rc.message}"
        else
            msg << "ACL_ID: #{acl.id}\n"
        end
    }

    return 0, msg
end

#deleteObject

Deletes the Group



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# File 'lib/OpenNebula/Group.rb', line 119

def delete()
    super(GROUP_METHODS[:delete])
end

#infoObject

Retrieves the information of the given Group.



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# File 'lib/OpenNebula/Group.rb', line 107

def info()
    super(GROUP_METHODS[:info], 'GROUP')
end

#user_idsObject

Returns an array with the numeric user ids



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# File 'lib/OpenNebula/Group.rb', line 137

def user_ids
    array = Array.new

    self.each("USERS/ID") do |id|
        array << id.text.to_i
    end

    return array
end