Class: Puppet::Provider::NameService::DirectoryService

Inherits:
Puppet::Provider::NameService show all
Defined in:
lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb

Constant Summary

Constants inherited from Puppet::Provider

Confine

Constants included from Util

Util::AbsolutePathPosix, Util::AbsolutePathWindows, Util::DEFAULT_POSIX_MODE, Util::DEFAULT_WINDOWS_MODE, Util::RFC_3986_URI_REGEX

Constants included from Util::SymbolicFileMode

Util::SymbolicFileMode::SetGIDBit, Util::SymbolicFileMode::SetUIDBit, Util::SymbolicFileMode::StickyBit, Util::SymbolicFileMode::SymbolicMode, Util::SymbolicFileMode::SymbolicSpecialToBit

Constants included from Util::POSIX

Util::POSIX::LOCALE_ENV_VARS, Util::POSIX::USER_ENV_VARS

Constants included from Util::Docs

Util::Docs::HEADER_LEVELS

Class Attribute Summary collapse

Attributes inherited from Puppet::Provider

#resource

Attributes included from Util::Docs

#doc, #nodoc

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from Puppet::Provider::NameService

#autogen, autogen_default, autogen_defaults, autogen_id, #comments_insync?, #delete, #ensure, #exists?, #get, #groups, #has_sensitive_data?, #info2hash, #initialize, initvars, listbyname, #munge, option, options, resource_type=, section, #unmunge, validate, verify

Methods inherited from Puppet::Provider

#<=>, #clear, #command, command, commands, declared_feature?, default?, default_match, defaultfor, #execfail, execfail, #execpipe, execpipe, #execute, execute, fact_match, feature_match, #flush, #get, has_command, #initialize, initvars, #inspect, mk_resource_methods, #name, notdefaultfor, optional_commands, prefetch, some_default_match, specificity, supports_parameter?, #to_s

Methods included from Util::Logging

#clear_deprecation_warnings, #debug, #deprecation_warning, #format_exception, #get_deprecation_offender, #log_and_raise, #log_deprecations_to_file, #log_exception, #puppet_deprecation_warning, #send_log, setup_facter_logging!, #warn_once

Methods included from Util

absolute_path?, benchmark, chuser, clear_environment, default_env, deterministic_rand, deterministic_rand_int, exit_on_fail, get_env, get_environment, logmethods, merge_environment, path_to_uri, pretty_backtrace, replace_file, safe_posix_fork, set_env, symbolizehash, thinmark, uri_encode, uri_query_encode, uri_to_path, which, withenv, withumask

Methods included from Util::SymbolicFileMode

#normalize_symbolic_mode, #symbolic_mode_to_int, #valid_symbolic_mode?

Methods included from Util::POSIX

#get_posix_field, #gid, groups_of, #idfield, #methodbyid, #methodbyname, #search_posix_field, #uid

Methods included from Util::Docs

#desc, #dochook, #doctable, #markdown_definitionlist, #markdown_header, #nodoc?, #pad, scrub

Methods included from Confiner

#confine, #confine_collection, #suitable?

Methods included from Util::Warnings

clear_warnings, debug_once, maybe_log, notice_once, warnonce

Methods included from Util::Errors

#adderrorcontext, #devfail, #error_context, error_location, error_location_with_space, error_location_with_unknowns, #exceptwrap, #fail

Constructor Details

This class inherits a constructor from Puppet::Provider::NameService

Class Attribute Details

.ds_path=(value) ⇒ Object (writeonly)

JJM: This allows us to pass information when calling

    Puppet::Type.type
e.g. Puppet::Type.type(:user).provide :directoryservice, :ds_path => "Users"
This is referenced in the get_ds_path class method

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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 13

def ds_path=(value)
  @ds_path = value
end

Class Method Details

.convert_binary_to_hash(plist_data) ⇒ Object

This method will accept a binary plist (as a string) and convert it to a hash.


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 272

def self.convert_binary_to_hash(plist_data)
  Puppet.debug('Converting binary plist to hash')
  Puppet::Util::Plist.parse_plist(plist_data)
end

.convert_hash_to_binary(plist_data) ⇒ Object

This method will accept a hash and convert it to a binary plist (string value).


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 266

def self.convert_hash_to_binary(plist_data)
  Puppet.debug('Converting plist hash to binary')
  Puppet::Util::Plist.dump_plist(plist_data, :binary)
end

.ds_to_ns_attribute_mapObject


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 39

def self.ds_to_ns_attribute_map
  {
    'RecordName' => :name,
    'PrimaryGroupID' => :gid,
    'NFSHomeDirectory' => :home,
    'UserShell' => :shell,
    'UniqueID' => :uid,
    'RealName' => :comment,
    'Password' => :password,
    'GeneratedUID' => :guid,
    'IPAddress'    => :ip_address,
    'ENetAddress'  => :en_address,
    'GroupMembership' => :members,
  }
end

.generate_attribute_hash(input_hash, *type_properties) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 111

def self.generate_attribute_hash(input_hash, *type_properties)
  attribute_hash = {}
  input_hash.each_key do |key|
    ds_attribute = key.sub("dsAttrTypeStandard:", "")
    next unless (ds_to_ns_attribute_map.keys.include?(ds_attribute) and type_properties.include? ds_to_ns_attribute_map[ds_attribute])
    ds_value = input_hash[key]
    case ds_to_ns_attribute_map[ds_attribute]
      when :members
        ds_value = ds_value # only members uses arrays so far
      when :gid, :uid
        # OS X stores objects like uid/gid as strings.
        # Try casting to an integer for these cases to be
        # consistent with the other providers and the group type
        # validation
        begin
          ds_value = Integer(ds_value[0])
        rescue ArgumentError
          ds_value = ds_value[0]
        end
      else ds_value = ds_value[0]
    end
    attribute_hash[ds_to_ns_attribute_map[ds_attribute]] = ds_value
  end

  # NBK: need to read the existing password here as it's not actually
  # stored in the user record. It is stored at a path that involves the
  # UUID of the user record for non-Mobile local accounts.
  # Mobile Accounts are out of scope for this provider for now
  attribute_hash[:password] = self.get_password(attribute_hash[:guid], attribute_hash[:name]) if @resource_type.validproperties.include?(:password) and Puppet.features.root?
  attribute_hash
end

.get_ds_pathObject


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 82

def self.get_ds_path
  # JJM: 2007-07-24 This method dynamically returns the DS path we're concerned with.
  #      For example, if we're working with an user type, this will be /Users
  #      with a group type, this will be /Groups.
  #   @ds_path is an attribute of the class itself.
  return @ds_path if defined?(@ds_path)
  # JJM: "Users" or "Groups" etc ...  (Based on the Puppet::Type)
  #       Remember this is a class method, so self.class is Class
  #       Also, @resource_type seems to be the reference to the
  #       Puppet::Type this class object is providing for.
  @resource_type.name.to_s.capitalize + "s"
end

.get_exec_preamble(ds_action, resource_name = nil) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 168

def self.get_exec_preamble(ds_action, resource_name = nil)
  # JJM 2007-07-24
  #     DSCL commands are often repetitive and contain the same positional
  #     arguments over and over. See https://developer.apple.com/documentation/Porting/Conceptual/PortingUnix/additionalfeatures/chapter_10_section_9.html
  #     for an example of what I mean.
  #     This method spits out proper DSCL commands for us.
  #     We EXPECT name to be @resource[:name] when called from an instance object.

  command_vector = [ command(:dscl), "-plist", "." ]

  # JJM: The actual action to perform. See "man dscl".
  #      Common actions: -create, -delete, -merge, -append, -passwd
  command_vector << ds_action
  # JJM: get_ds_path will spit back "Users" or "Groups",
  # etc...  Depending on the Puppet::Type of our self.
  if resource_name
    command_vector << "/#{get_ds_path}/#{resource_name}"
  else
    command_vector << "/#{get_ds_path}"
  end
  # JJM:  This returns most of the preamble of the command.
  #       e.g. 'dscl / -create /Users/mccune'
  command_vector
end

.get_password(guid, username) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 240

def self.get_password(guid, username)
  plist_file = "#{users_plist_dir}/#{username}.plist"
  if Puppet::FileSystem.exist?(plist_file)
    # If a plist exists in /var/db/dslocal/nodes/Default/users, we will
    # extract the binary plist from the 'ShadowHashData' key, decode the
    # salted-SHA512 password hash, and then return it.
    users_plist = Puppet::Util::Plist.read_plist_file(plist_file)

    if users_plist['ShadowHashData']
      # users_plist['ShadowHashData'][0] is actually a binary plist
      # that's nested INSIDE the user's plist (which itself is a binary
      # plist).
      password_hash_plist = users_plist['ShadowHashData'][0]
      converted_hash_plist = convert_binary_to_hash(password_hash_plist)

      # converted_hash_plist['SALTED-SHA512'] is a Base64 encoded
      # string. The password_hash provided as a resource attribute is a
      # hex value. We need to convert the Base64 encoded string to a
      # hex value and provide it back to Puppet.
      password_hash = converted_hash_plist['SALTED-SHA512'].unpack("H*")[0]
      password_hash
    end
  end
end

.instancesObject


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 69

def self.instances
  # JJM Class method that provides an array of instance objects of this
  #     type.
  # JJM: Properties are dependent on the Puppet::Type we're managing.
  type_property_array = [:name] + @resource_type.validproperties

  # Create a new instance of this Puppet::Type for each object present
  #    on the system.
  list_all_present.collect do |name_string|
    self.new(single_report(name_string, *type_property_array))
  end
end

.list_all_presentObject


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 95

def self.list_all_present
  @all_present ||= begin
    # JJM: List all objects of this Puppet::Type already present on the system.
    begin
      dscl_output = execute(get_exec_preamble("-list"))
    rescue Puppet::ExecutionFailure
      fail(_("Could not get %{resource} list from DirectoryService") % { resource: @resource_type.name })
    end
    dscl_output.split("\n")
  end
end

.next_system_id(id_type, min_id = 20) ⇒ Object

Unlike most other *nixes, OS X doesn't provide built in functionality for automatically assigning uids and gids to accounts, so we set up these methods for consumption by functionality like –mkusers By default we restrict to a reasonably sane range for system accounts


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 281

def self.next_system_id(id_type, min_id=20)
  dscl_args = ['.', '-list']
  if id_type == 'uid'
    dscl_args << '/Users' << 'uid'
  elsif id_type == 'gid'
    dscl_args << '/Groups' << 'gid'
  else
    fail(_("Invalid id_type %{id_type}. Only 'uid' and 'gid' supported") % { id_type: id_type })
  end
  dscl_out = dscl(dscl_args)
  # We're ok with throwing away negative uids here.
  ids = dscl_out.split.compact.collect { |l| l.to_i if l =~ /^\d+$/ }
  ids.compact!.sort! { |a,b| a.to_f <=> b.to_f }
  # We're just looking for an unused id in our sorted array.
  ids.each_index do |i|
    next_id = ids[i] + 1
    return next_id if ids[i+1] != next_id and next_id >= min_id
  end
end

.ns_to_ds_attribute_mapObject


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 57

def self.ns_to_ds_attribute_map
  @ns_to_ds_attribute_map ||= ds_to_ns_attribute_map.invert
end

.parse_dscl_plist_data(dscl_output) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 107

def self.parse_dscl_plist_data(dscl_output)
  Puppet::Util::Plist.parse_plist(dscl_output)
end

.password_hash_dirObject


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 61

def self.password_hash_dir
  '/var/db/shadow/hash'
end

.post_resource_evalObject

There is no generalized mechanism for provider cache management, but we can use post_resource_eval, which will be run for each suitable provider at the end of each transaction. Use this to clear @all_present after each run.


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 28

def self.post_resource_eval
  @all_present = nil
end

.set_password(resource_name, guid, password_hash) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 193

def self.set_password(resource_name, guid, password_hash)
  # 10.7 uses salted SHA512 password hashes which are 128 characters plus
  # an 8 character salt. Previous versions used a SHA1 hash padded with
  # zeroes. If someone attempts to use a password hash that worked with
  # a previous version of OS X, we will fail early and warn them.
  if password_hash.length != 136
    #TRANSLATORS 'OS X 10.7' is an operating system and should not be translated, 'Salted SHA512' is the name of a hashing algorithm
    fail(_("OS X 10.7 requires a Salted SHA512 hash password of 136 characters.") +
         ' ' + _("Please check your password and try again."))
  end

  plist_file = "#{users_plist_dir}/#{resource_name}.plist"
  if Puppet::FileSystem.exist?(plist_file)
    # If a plist already exists in /var/db/dslocal/nodes/Default/users, then
    # we will need to extract the binary plist from the 'ShadowHashData'
    # key, log the new password into the resultant plist's 'SALTED-SHA512'
    # key, and then save the entire structure back.
    users_plist = Puppet::Util::Plist.read_plist_file(plist_file)

    # users_plist['ShadowHashData'][0] is actually a binary plist
    # that's nested INSIDE the user's plist (which itself is a binary
    # plist). If we encounter a user plist that DOESN'T have a
    # ShadowHashData field, create one.
    if users_plist['ShadowHashData']
      password_hash_plist = users_plist['ShadowHashData'][0]
      converted_hash_plist = convert_binary_to_hash(password_hash_plist)
    else
      users_plist['ShadowHashData'] = ''
      converted_hash_plist = {'SALTED-SHA512' => ''}
    end

    # converted_hash_plist['SALTED-SHA512'] expects a Base64 encoded
    # string. The password_hash provided as a resource attribute is a
    # hex value. We need to convert the provided hex value to a Base64
    # encoded string to nest it in the converted hash plist.
    converted_hash_plist['SALTED-SHA512'] = \
      password_hash.unpack('a2'*(password_hash.size/2)).collect { |i| i.hex.chr }.join

    # Finally, we can convert the nested plist back to binary, embed it
    # into the user's plist, and convert the resultant plist back to
    # a binary plist.
    changed_plist = convert_hash_to_binary(converted_hash_plist)
    users_plist['ShadowHashData'][0] = changed_plist
    Puppet::Util::Plist.write_plist_file(users_plist, plist_file, :binary)
  end
end

.single_report(resource_name, *type_properties) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 143

def self.single_report(resource_name, *type_properties)
  # JJM 2007-07-24:
  #     Given a the name of an object and a list of properties of that
  #     object, return all property values in a hash.
  #
  #     This class method returns nil if the object doesn't exist
  #     Otherwise, it returns a hash of the object properties.

  all_present_str_array = list_all_present

  # NBK: shortcut the process if the resource is missing
  return nil unless all_present_str_array.include? resource_name

  dscl_vector = get_exec_preamble("-read", resource_name)
  begin
    dscl_output = execute(dscl_vector)
  rescue Puppet::ExecutionFailure
    fail(_("Could not get report.  command execution failed."))
  end

  dscl_plist = self.parse_dscl_plist_data(dscl_output)

  self.generate_attribute_hash(dscl_plist, *type_properties)
end

.users_plist_dirObject


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 65

def self.users_plist_dir
  '/var/db/dslocal/nodes/Default/users'
end

Instance Method Details

#add_members(current_members, new_members) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 452

def add_members(current_members, new_members)
  new_members.flatten.each do |new_member|
    if current_members.nil? or not current_members.include?(new_member)
      cmd = [:dseditgroup, "-o", "edit", "-n", ".", "-a", new_member, @resource[:name]]
      begin
        execute(cmd)
      rescue Puppet::ExecutionFailure => detail
        fail(_("Could not add %{new_member} to group: %{name}, %{detail}") % { new_member: new_member, name: @resource.name, detail: detail })
      end
    end
  end
end

#createObject

NBK: we override @parent.create as we need to execute a series of commands to create objects with dscl, rather than the single command nameservice.rb expects to be returned by addcmd. Thus we don't bother defining addcmd.


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 377

def create
  if exists?
    info _("already exists")
    return nil
  end

  # NBK: First we create the object with a known guid so we can set the contents
  # of the password hash if required
  # Shelling out sucks, but for a single use case it doesn't seem worth
  # requiring people install a UUID library that doesn't come with the system.
  # This should be revisited if Puppet starts managing UUIDs for other platform
  # user records.
  guid = %x{/usr/bin/uuidgen}.chomp

  exec_arg_vector = self.class.get_exec_preamble("-create", @resource[:name])
  exec_arg_vector << ns_to_ds_attribute_map[:guid] << guid
  begin
    execute(exec_arg_vector)
  rescue Puppet::ExecutionFailure => detail
    fail(_("Could not set GeneratedUID for %{resource} %{name}: %{detail}") % { resource: @resource.class.name, name: @resource.name, detail: detail })
  end

  value = @resource.should(:password)
  if value && value != ""
    self.class.set_password(@resource[:name], guid, value)
  end

  # Now we create all the standard properties
  Puppet::Type.type(@resource.class.name).validproperties.each do |property|
    next if property == :ensure
    value = @resource.should(property)
    if property == :gid and value.nil?
      value = self.class.next_system_id('gid')
    end
    if property == :uid and value.nil?
      value = self.class.next_system_id('uid')
    end
    if value != "" and not value.nil?
      if property == :members
        add_members(nil, value)
      else
        exec_arg_vector = self.class.get_exec_preamble("-create", @resource[:name])
        exec_arg_vector << ns_to_ds_attribute_map[property.intern]
        next if property == :password  # skip setting the password here
        exec_arg_vector << value.to_s
        begin
          execute(exec_arg_vector)
        rescue Puppet::ExecutionFailure => detail
          fail(_("Could not create %{resource} %{name}: %{detail}") % { resource: @resource.class.name, name: @resource.name, detail: detail })
        end
      end
    end
  end
end

#deletecmdObject


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 465

def deletecmd
  # JJM: Like addcmd, only called when deleting the object itself
  #    Note, this isn't used to delete properties of the object,
  #    at least that's how I understand it...
  self.class.get_exec_preamble("-delete", @resource[:name])
end

#ds_to_ns_attribute_mapObject

JJM 2007-07-25: This map is used to map NameService attributes to their

corresponding DirectoryService attribute names.
See: http://images.apple.com/server/docs.Open_Directory_v10.4.pdf

JJM: Note, this is de-coupled from the Puppet::Type, and must

be actively maintained.  There may also be collisions with different
types (Users, Groups, Mounts, Hosts, etc...)

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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 38

def ds_to_ns_attribute_map; self.class.ds_to_ns_attribute_map; end

#ensure=(ensure_value) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 302

def ensure=(ensure_value)
  super
  # We need to loop over all valid properties for the type we're
  # managing and call the method which sets that property value
  # dscl can't create everything at once unfortunately.
  if ensure_value == :present
    @resource.class.validproperties.each do |name|
      next if name == :ensure
      # LAK: We use property.sync here rather than directly calling
      # the settor method because the properties might do some kind
      # of conversion.  In particular, the user gid property might
      # have a string and need to convert it to a number
      if @resource.should(name)
        @resource.property(name).sync
      else
        value = autogen(name)
        if value
          self.send(name.to_s + "=", value)
        else
          next
        end
      end
    end
  end
end

#getinfo(refresh = false) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 472

def getinfo(refresh = false)
  # JJM 2007-07-24:
  #      Override the getinfo method, which is also defined in nameservice.rb
  #      This method returns and sets @infohash
  # I'm not re-factoring the name "getinfo" because this method will be
  # most likely called by nameservice.rb, which I didn't write.
  if refresh or (! defined?(@property_value_cache_hash) or ! @property_value_cache_hash)
    # JJM 2007-07-24: OK, there's a bit of magic that's about to
    # happen... Let's see how strong my grip has become... =)
    #
    # self is a provider instance of some Puppet::Type, like
    # Puppet::Type::User::ProviderDirectoryservice for the case of the
    # user type and this provider.
    #
    # self.class looks like "user provider directoryservice", if that
    # helps you ...
    #
    # self.class.resource_type is a reference to the Puppet::Type class,
    # probably Puppet::Type::User or Puppet::Type::Group, etc...
    #
    # self.class.resource_type.validproperties is a class method,
    # returning an Array of the valid properties of that specific
    # Puppet::Type.
    #
    # So... something like [:comment, :home, :password, :shell, :uid,
    # :groups, :ensure, :gid]
    #
    # Ultimately, we add :name to the list, delete :ensure from the
    # list, then report on the remaining list. Pretty whacky, ehh?
    type_properties = [:name] + self.class.resource_type.validproperties
    type_properties.delete(:ensure) if type_properties.include? :ensure
    type_properties << :guid  # append GeneratedUID so we just get the report here
    @property_value_cache_hash = self.class.single_report(@resource[:name], *type_properties)
    [:uid, :gid].each do |param|
      @property_value_cache_hash[param] = @property_value_cache_hash[param].to_i if @property_value_cache_hash and @property_value_cache_hash.include?(param)
    end
  end
  @property_value_cache_hash
end

#ns_to_ds_attribute_mapObject

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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 56

def ns_to_ds_attribute_map; self.class.ns_to_ds_attribute_map end

#password=(passphrase) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 328

def password=(passphrase)
  exec_arg_vector = self.class.get_exec_preamble("-read", @resource.name)
  exec_arg_vector << ns_to_ds_attribute_map[:guid]
  begin
    guid_output = execute(exec_arg_vector)
    guid_plist = Puppet::Util::Plist.parse_plist(guid_output)
    # Although GeneratedUID like all DirectoryService values can be multi-valued
    # according to the schema, in practice user accounts cannot have multiple UUIDs
    # otherwise Bad Things Happen, so we just deal with the first value.
    guid = guid_plist["dsAttrTypeStandard:#{ns_to_ds_attribute_map[:guid]}"][0]
    self.class.set_password(@resource.name, guid, passphrase)
  rescue Puppet::ExecutionFailure => detail
    fail(_("Could not set %{param} on %{resource}[%{name}]: %{detail}") % { param: param, resource: @resource.class.name, name: @resource.name, detail: detail })
  end
end

#remove_unwanted_members(current_members, new_members) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 432

def remove_unwanted_members(current_members, new_members)
  current_members.each do |member|
    if not new_members.flatten.include?(member)
      cmd = [:dseditgroup, "-o", "edit", "-n", ".", "-d", member, @resource[:name]]
      begin
        execute(cmd)
      rescue Puppet::ExecutionFailure
        # TODO: We're falling back to removing the member using dscl due to rdar://8481241
        # This bug causes dseditgroup to fail to remove a member if that member doesn't exist
        cmd = [:dscl, ".", "-delete", "/Groups/#{@resource.name}", "GroupMembership", member]
        begin
          execute(cmd)
        rescue Puppet::ExecutionFailure => detail
          fail(_("Could not remove %{member} from group: %{resource}, %{detail}") % { member: member, resource: @resource.name, detail: detail })
        end
      end
    end
  end
end

#set(param, value) ⇒ Object

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# File 'lib/puppet/provider/nameservice/directoryservice.rb', line 348

def set(param, value)
  self.class.validate(param, value)
  current_members = @property_value_cache_hash[:members]
  if param == :members
    # If we are meant to be authoritative for the group membership
    # then remove all existing members who haven't been specified
    # in the manifest.
    remove_unwanted_members(current_members, value) if @resource[:auth_membership] and not current_members.nil?

    # if they're not a member, make them one.
    add_members(current_members, value)
  else
    exec_arg_vector = self.class.get_exec_preamble("-create", @resource[:name])
    # JJM: The following line just maps the NS name to the DS name
    #      e.g. { :uid => 'UniqueID' }
    exec_arg_vector << ns_to_ds_attribute_map[param.intern]
    # JJM: The following line sends the actual value to set the property to
    exec_arg_vector << value.to_s
    begin
      execute(exec_arg_vector)
    rescue Puppet::ExecutionFailure => detail
      fail(_("Could not set %{param} on %{resource}[%{name}]: %{detail}") % { param: param, resource: @resource.class.name, name: @resource.name, detail: detail })
    end
  end
end