Module: Beaker::HostPrebuiltSteps

Includes:
DSL::Patterns
Included in:
Hypervisor
Defined in:
lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb

Overview

Provides convienience methods for commonly run actions on hosts

Constant Summary collapse

NTPSERVER =
'pool.ntp.org'
SLEEPWAIT =
5
TRIES =
5
UNIX_PACKAGES =
['curl', 'ntpdate']
FREEBSD_PACKAGES =
['curl', 'perl5|perl']
OPENBSD_PACKAGES =
['curl']
ARCHLINUX_PACKAGES =
['curl', 'ntp']
WINDOWS_PACKAGES =
['curl']
PSWINDOWS_PACKAGES =
[]
SLES10_PACKAGES =
['curl']
SLES_PACKAGES =
['curl', 'ntp']
DEBIAN_PACKAGES =
['curl', 'ntpdate', 'lsb-release']
CUMULUS_PACKAGES =
['curl', 'ntpdate']
SOLARIS10_PACKAGES =
['CSWcurl', 'CSWntp']
SOLARIS11_PACKAGES =
['curl', 'ntp']
ETC_HOSTS_PATH =
"/etc/hosts"
ETC_HOSTS_PATH_SOLARIS =
"/etc/inet/hosts"
ROOT_KEYS_SCRIPT =
"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/puppetlabs/puppetlabs-sshkeys/master/templates/scripts/manage_root_authorized_keys"
ROOT_KEYS_SYNC_CMD =
"curl -k -o - -L #{ROOT_KEYS_SCRIPT} | %s"
ROOT_KEYS_SYNC_CMD_AIX =
"curl --tlsv1 -o - -L #{ROOT_KEYS_SCRIPT} | %s"
APT_CFG =
%q{ Acquire::http::Proxy "http://proxy.puppetlabs.net:3128/"; }
IPS_PKG_REPO =
"http://solaris-11-internal-repo.delivery.puppetlabs.net"

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from DSL::Patterns

#block_on

Instance Method Details

#add_el_extras(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Install EPEL on host or hosts with platform = /el-(5|6|7)/. Do nothing on host or hosts of other platforms.

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon. Will use individual host epel_url, epel_arch and epel_pkg before using defaults provided in opts.

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):

  • :debug (Boolean)

    If true, print verbose rpm information when installing EPEL

  • :logger (Beaker::Logger)

    A Logger object

  • :epel_url (String)

    Link to download from



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 249

def add_el_extras( host, opts )
  #add_el_extras
  #only supports el-* platforms
  logger = opts[:logger]
  debug_opt = opts[:debug] ? 'vh' : ''
  block_on host do |host|
    case
    when el_based?(host) && ['5','6','7'].include?(host['platform'].version)
      result = host.exec(Command.new('rpm -qa | grep epel-release'), :acceptable_exit_codes => [0,1])
      if result.exit_code == 1
        url_base = opts[:epel_url]
        url_base = opts[:epel_url_archive] if host['platform'].version == '5'
        host.exec(Command.new("rpm -i#{debug_opt} #{url_base}/epel-release-latest-#{host['platform'].version}.noarch.rpm"))
        #update /etc/yum.repos.d/epel.repo for new baseurl
        host.exec(Command.new("sed -i -e 's;#baseurl.*$;baseurl=#{Regexp.escape("#{url_base}/#{host['platform'].version}")}/\$basearch;' /etc/yum.repos.d/epel.repo"))
        #remove mirrorlist
        host.exec(Command.new("sed -i -e '/mirrorlist/d' /etc/yum.repos.d/epel.repo"))
        host.exec(Command.new('yum clean all && yum makecache'))
      end
    else
      logger.debug "#{host}: package repo configuration not modified"
    end
  end
rescue => e
  report_and_raise(logger, e, "add_repos")
end

#additive_hash_merge(h1, h2) ⇒ Hash

Merge the two provided hashes so that an array of values is created from collisions

Examples:

> h1 = {:PATH=>"/1st/path"}
> h2 = {:PATH=>"/2nd/path"}
> additive_hash_merge(h1, h2)
=> {:PATH=>["/1st/path", "/2nd/path"]}

Parameters:

  • h1 (Hash)

    The first hash

  • h2 (Hash)

    The second hash

Returns:

  • (Hash)

    A merged hash with arrays of values where collisions between the two hashes occured.



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 523

def additive_hash_merge h1, h2
  merged_hash = {}
  normalized_h2 = h2.inject({}) { |h, (k, v)| h[k.to_s.upcase] = v; h }
  h1.each_pair do |key, val|
    normalized_key = key.to_s.upcase
    if normalized_h2.has_key?(normalized_key)
      merged_hash[key] = [h1[key], normalized_h2[normalized_key]]
      merged_hash[key] = merged_hash[key].uniq #remove dupes
    end
  end
  merged_hash
end

#apt_get_update(hosts) ⇒ Object

Run 'apt-get update' on the provided host or hosts. If the platform of the provided host is not ubuntu, debian or cumulus: do nothing.

Parameters:

  • hosts (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 191

def apt_get_update hosts
  block_on hosts do |host|
    if host[:platform] =~ /ubuntu|debian|cumulus/
      host.exec(Command.new("apt-get update"))
    end
  end
end

#check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, package_list) ⇒ Object

Installs the given packages if they aren't already on a host

Parameters:

  • host (Host)

    Host to act on

  • package_list (Array<String>)

    List of package names to install



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 136

def check_and_install_packages_if_needed host, package_list
  package_list.each do |string|
    alternatives = string.split('|')
    next if alternatives.any? { |pkg| host.check_for_package pkg }
    install_one_of_packages host, alternatives
  end
end

#construct_env(host, opts) ⇒ Hash

Create the hash of default environment from host (:host_env), global options hash (:host_env) and default PE/Foss puppet variables

Parameters:

  • host (Host)

    The host to construct the environment hash for, host specific environment should be in :host_env in a hash

  • opts (Hash)

    Hash of options, including optional global host_env to be applied to each provided host

Returns:

  • (Hash)

    A hash of environment variables for provided host



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 540

def construct_env host, opts
  env = additive_hash_merge(host[:host_env], opts[:host_env])

  env.each_key do |key|
    separator = host['pathseparator']
    if key == 'PATH' && (not host.is_powershell?)
      separator = ':'
    end
    env[key] = env[key].join(separator)
  end
  env
end

#copy_file_to_remote(host, file_path, file_content) ⇒ Object

Create a file on host or hosts at the provided file path with the provided file contents.

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • file_path (String)

    The path at which the new file will be created on the host or hosts.

  • file_content (String)

    The contents of the file to be created on the host or hosts.



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 203

def copy_file_to_remote(host, file_path, file_content)
  block_on host do |host|
    Tempfile.open 'beaker' do |tempfile|
      File.open(tempfile.path, 'w') {|file| file.puts file_content }

      host.do_scp_to(tempfile.path, file_path, @options)
    end
  end
end

#copy_ssh_to_root(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Make it possible to log in as root by copying the current users ssh keys to the root account

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 337

def copy_ssh_to_root host, opts
  logger = opts[:logger]
  block_on host do |host|
    logger.debug "Give root a copy of current user's keys, on #{host.name}"
    if host['platform'] =~ /windows/ and host.is_cygwin?
      host.exec(Command.new('cp -r .ssh /cygdrive/c/Users/Administrator/.'))
      host.exec(Command.new('chown -R Administrator /cygdrive/c/Users/Administrator/.ssh'))
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /windows/ and not host.is_cygwin?
      # from https://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/xcopy.mspx?mfr=true:
      #    /i : If Source is a directory or contains wildcards and Destination
      #      does not exist, xcopy assumes destination specifies a directory
      #      name and creates a new directory. Then, xcopy copies all specified
      #      files into the new directory. By default, xcopy prompts you to
      #      specify whether Destination is a file or a directory.
      #
      #    /y : Suppresses prompting to confirm that you want to overwrite an
      #      existing destination file.
      host.exec(Command.new("if exist .ssh (xcopy .ssh C:\\Users\\Administrator\\.ssh /s /e /y /i)"))
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /osx/
      host.exec(Command.new('sudo cp -r .ssh /var/root/.'), {:pty => true})
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /freebsd/
      host.exec(Command.new('sudo cp -r .ssh /root/.'), {:pty => true})
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /openbsd/
      host.exec(Command.new('sudo cp -r .ssh /root/.'), {:pty => true})
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /solaris-10/
      host.exec(Command.new('sudo cp -r .ssh /.'), {:pty => true})
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /solaris-11/
      host.exec(Command.new('sudo cp -r .ssh /root/.'), {:pty => true})
    else
      host.exec(Command.new('sudo su -c "cp -r .ssh /root/."'), {:pty => true})
    end

    if host.selinux_enabled?
      host.exec(Command.new('sudo fixfiles restore /root'))
    end
  end
end

#disable_iptables(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Disable iptables on centos, does nothing on other platforms

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 479

def disable_iptables host, opts
  logger = opts[:logger]
  block_on host do |host|
    if host['platform'] =~ /centos|el-|redhat|fedora|eos/
      logger.debug("Disabling iptables on #{host.name}")
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo su -c \"/etc/init.d/iptables stop\""), {:pty => true})
    else
      logger.warn("Attempting to disable iptables on non-supported platform: #{host.name}: #{host['platform']}")
    end
  end
end

#disable_se_linux(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Disable SELinux on centos, does nothing on other platforms

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 463

def disable_se_linux host, opts
  logger = opts[:logger]
  block_on host do |host|
    if host['platform'] =~ /centos|el-|redhat|fedora|eos/
      @logger.debug("Disabling se_linux on #{host.name}")
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo su -c \"setenforce 0\""), {:pty => true})
    else
      @logger.warn("Attempting to disable SELinux on non-supported platform: #{host.name}: #{host['platform']}")
    end
  end
end

#disable_updates(hosts, opts) ⇒ Object

Update /etc/hosts to make updates.puppetlabs.com (aka the dujour server) resolve to 127.0.01, so that we don't pollute the server with test data. See SERVER-1000, BKR-182, BKR-237, DJ-10 for additional details.



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 399

def disable_updates hosts, opts
  logger = opts[:logger]
  hosts.each do |host|
    next if host['platform'] =~ /netscaler/
    logger.notify "Disabling updates.puppetlabs.com by modifying hosts file to resolve updates to 127.0.0.1 on #{host}"
    set_etc_hosts(host, "127.0.0.1\tupdates.puppetlabs.com\n")
  end
end

#enable_root_login(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Update sshd_config on debian, ubuntu, centos, el, redhat, cumulus, and fedora boxes to allow for root login

Does nothing on other platfoms.

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 415

def  host, opts
  logger = opts[:logger]
  block_on host do |host|
    logger.debug "Update sshd_config to allow root login"
    if host['platform'] =~ /osx/
      # If osx > 10.10 use '/private/etc/ssh/sshd_config', else use '/etc/sshd_config'
      ssh_config_file = '/private/etc/ssh/sshd_config'
      ssh_config_file = '/etc/sshd_config' if host['platform'] =~ /^osx-10\.(9|10)/i

      host.exec(Command.new("sudo sed -i '' 's/#PermitRootLogin no/PermitRootLogin Yes/g' #{ssh_config_file}"))
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo sed -i '' 's/#PermitRootLogin yes/PermitRootLogin Yes/g' #{ssh_config_file}"))
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /freebsd/
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo sed -i -e 's/#PermitRootLogin no/PermitRootLogin yes/g' /etc/ssh/sshd_config"), {:pty => true} )
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /openbsd/
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo perl -pi -e 's/^PermitRootLogin no/PermitRootLogin yes/' /etc/ssh/sshd_config"), {:pty => true} )
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /solaris-10/
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo gsed -i -e 's/#PermitRootLogin no/PermitRootLogin yes/g' /etc/ssh/sshd_config"), {:pty => true} )
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /solaris-11/
      host.exec(Command.new("if grep \"root::::type=role\" /etc/user_attr; then sudo rolemod -K type=normal root; else echo \"root user already type=normal\"; fi"), {:pty => true} )
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo gsed -i -e 's/PermitRootLogin no/PermitRootLogin yes/g' /etc/ssh/sshd_config"), {:pty => true} )
    elsif host.is_cygwin?
      host.exec(Command.new("sed -ri 's/^#?PermitRootLogin /PermitRootLogin yes/' /etc/sshd_config"), {:pty => true})
    elsif host.is_powershell?
      logger.warn("Attempting to enable root login non-supported platform: #{host.name}: #{host['platform']}")
    else
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo su -c \"sed -ri 's/^#?PermitRootLogin no|^#?PermitRootLogin yes/PermitRootLogin yes/' /etc/ssh/sshd_config\""), {:pty => true})
    end
    #restart sshd
    if host['platform'] =~ /debian|ubuntu|cumulus/
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo su -c \"service ssh restart\""), {:pty => true})
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /arch|centos-7|el-7|redhat-7|fedora-(1[4-9]|2[0-9])/
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo -E systemctl restart sshd.service"), {:pty => true})
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /centos|el-|redhat|fedora|eos/
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo -E /sbin/service sshd reload"), {:pty => true})
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /(free|open)bsd/
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo /etc/rc.d/sshd restart"))
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /solaris/
      host.exec(Command.new("sudo -E svcadm restart network/ssh"), {:pty => true} )
    else
      logger.warn("Attempting to update ssh on non-supported platform: #{host.name}: #{host['platform']}")
    end
  end
end

#get_domain_name(host) ⇒ Object

Determine the domain name of the provided host from its /etc/resolv.conf

Parameters:

  • host (Host)

    the host to act upon



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 278

def get_domain_name(host)
  domain = nil
  search = nil
  if host['platform'] =~ /windows/
    if host.is_cygwin?
      resolv_conf = host.exec(Command.new("cat /cygdrive/c/Windows/System32/drivers/etc/hosts")).stdout
    else
      resolv_conf = host.exec(Command.new('type C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts')).stdout
    end
  else
    resolv_conf = host.exec(Command.new("cat /etc/resolv.conf")).stdout
  end
  resolv_conf.each_line { |line|
    if line =~ /^\s*domain\s+(\S+)/
      domain = $1
    elsif line =~ /^\s*search\s+(\S+)/
      search = $1
    end
  }
  return_value ||= domain
  return_value ||= search

  if return_value
    return_value.gsub(/\.$/, '')
  end
end

#get_ip(host) ⇒ Object

Deprecated.

Determine the ip address of the provided host

Parameters:

  • host (Host)

    the host to act upon



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 308

def get_ip(host)
  host.get_ip
end

#hack_etc_hosts(hosts, opts) ⇒ Object

Update /etc/hosts to make it possible for each provided host to reach each other host by name. Assumes that each provided host has host set; in the instance where a provider sets host to an address which facilitates access to the host externally, but the actual host addresses differ from this, we check first for the presence of a host key first, and use that if present.

Parameters:

  • hosts (Host, Array<Host>)

    An array of hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 383

def hack_etc_hosts hosts, opts
  etc_hosts = "127.0.0.1\tlocalhost localhost.localdomain\n"
  hosts.each do |host|
    ip = host['vm_ip'] || host['ip'].to_s
    hostname = host[:vmhostname] || host.name
    domain = get_domain_name(host)
    etc_hosts += "#{ip}\t#{hostname}.#{domain} #{hostname}\n"
  end
  hosts.each do |host|
    set_etc_hosts(host, etc_hosts)
  end
end

#install_one_of_packages(host, packages) ⇒ Object

Installs one of alternative packages (first available)

Parameters:

  • host (Host)

    Host to act on

  • packages (Array<String>)

    List of package names (alternatives).



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 148

def install_one_of_packages host, packages
  error = nil
  packages.each do |pkg|
    begin
      return host.install_package pkg
    rescue Beaker::Host::CommandFailure => e
      error = e
    end
  end
  raise error
end

#package_proxy(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Setup files for enabling requests to pass to a proxy server This works for the APT package manager on debian, ubuntu, and cumulus and YUM package manager on el, centos, fedora and redhat.

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>, String, Symbol)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 497

def package_proxy host, opts
  logger = opts[:logger]

  block_on host do |host|
    logger.debug("enabling proxy support on #{host.name}")
    case host['platform']
      when /ubuntu/, /debian/, /cumulus/
        host.exec(Command.new("echo 'Acquire::http::Proxy \"#{opts[:package_proxy]}/\";' >> /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/10proxy"))
      when /^el-/, /centos/, /fedora/, /redhat/, /eos/
        host.exec(Command.new("echo 'proxy=#{opts[:package_proxy]}/' >> /etc/yum.conf"))
    else
      logger.debug("Attempting to enable package manager proxy support on non-supported platform: #{host.name}: #{host['platform']}")
    end
  end
end

#proxy_config(host, opts) ⇒ Object

On ubuntu, debian, or cumulus host or hosts: alter apt configuration to use the internal Puppet Labs proxy APT_CFG proxy. On solaris-11 host or hosts: alter pkg to point to the internal Puppet Labs proxy IPS_PKG_REPO.

Do nothing for other platform host or hosts.

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 223

def proxy_config( host, opts )
  logger = opts[:logger]
  block_on host do |host|
    case
    when host['platform'] =~ /ubuntu|debian|cumulus/
      host.exec(Command.new("if test -f /etc/apt/apt.conf; then mv /etc/apt/apt.conf /etc/apt/apt.conf.bk; fi"))
      copy_file_to_remote(host, '/etc/apt/apt.conf', APT_CFG)
      apt_get_update(host)
    when host['platform'] =~ /solaris-11/
      host.exec(Command.new("/usr/bin/pkg unset-publisher solaris || :"))
      host.exec(Command.new("/usr/bin/pkg set-publisher -g %s solaris" % IPS_PKG_REPO))
    else
      logger.debug "#{host}: repo proxy configuration not modified"
    end
  end
rescue => e
  report_and_raise(logger, e, "proxy_config")
end

#set_env(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Add a host specific set of env vars to each provided host's ~/.ssh/environment

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 556

def set_env host, opts
  logger = opts[:logger]

  block_on host do |host|
    skip_msg = host.skip_set_env?
    unless skip_msg.nil?
      logger.debug( skip_msg )
      next
    end

    env = construct_env(host, opts)
    logger.debug("setting local environment on #{host.name}")
    if host['platform'] =~ /windows/ and host.is_cygwin?
      env['CYGWIN'] = 'nodosfilewarning'
    end
    host.ssh_permit_user_environment()

    host.ssh_set_user_environment(env)

    # REMOVE POST BEAKER 3: backwards compatability, do some setup based upon the global type
    # this is the worst and i hate it
    Class.new.extend(Beaker::DSL).configure_type_defaults_on(host)

    #close the host to re-establish the connection with the new sshd settings
    host.close

    # print out the working env
    if host.is_powershell?
      host.exec(Command.new("SET"))
    else
      host.exec(Command.new("cat #{host[:ssh_env_file]}"))
    end

  end
end

#set_etc_hosts(host, etc_hosts) ⇒ Object

Append the provided string to the /etc/hosts file of the provided host

Parameters:

  • host (Host)

    the host to act upon

  • etc_hosts (String)

    The string to append to the /etc/hosts file



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 315

def set_etc_hosts(host, etc_hosts)
  if host['platform'] =~ /freebsd/
    host.echo_to_file(etc_hosts, '/etc/hosts')
  elsif ((host['platform'] =~ /windows/) and not host.is_cygwin?)
    host.exec(Command.new("echo '#{etc_hosts}' >> C:\\Windows\\System32\\drivers\\etc\\hosts"))
  else
    host.exec(Command.new("echo '#{etc_hosts}' >> /etc/hosts"))
  end
  # AIX must be configured to prefer local DNS over external
  if host['platform'] =~ /aix/
    aix_netsvc = '/etc/netsvc.conf'
    aix_local_resolv = 'hosts = local, bind'
    unless host.exec(Command.new("grep '#{aix_local_resolv}' #{aix_netsvc}"), :accept_all_exit_codes => true).exit_code == 0
      host.exec(Command.new("echo '#{aix_local_resolv}' >> #{aix_netsvc}"))
    end
  end
end

#sync_root_keys(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Install a set of authorized keys using ROOT_KEYS_SCRIPT. This is a convenience method to allow for easy login to hosts after they have been provisioned with Beaker.

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 166

def sync_root_keys host, opts
  # JJM This step runs on every system under test right now.  We're anticipating
  # issues on Windows and maybe Solaris.  We will likely need to filter this step
  # but we're deliberately taking the approach of "assume it will work, fix it
  # when reality dictates otherwise"
  logger = opts[:logger]
  block_on host do |host|
  logger.notify "Sync root authorized_keys from github on #{host.name}"
    # Allow all exit code, as this operation is unlikely to cause problems if it fails.
    if host['platform'] =~ /solaris|eos/
      host.exec(Command.new(ROOT_KEYS_SYNC_CMD % "bash"), :accept_all_exit_codes => true)
    elsif host['platform'] =~ /aix/
      host.exec(Command.new(ROOT_KEYS_SYNC_CMD_AIX % "env PATH=/usr/gnu/bin:$PATH bash"), :accept_all_exit_codes => true)
    else
      host.exec(Command.new(ROOT_KEYS_SYNC_CMD % "env PATH=\"/usr/gnu/bin:$PATH\" bash"), :accept_all_exit_codes => true)
    end
  end
rescue => e
  report_and_raise(logger, e, "sync_root_keys")
end

#timesync(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Run timesync on the provided hosts

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 39

def timesync host, opts
  logger = opts[:logger]
  ntp_server = opts[:ntp_server] ? opts[:ntp_server] : NTPSERVER
  block_on host do |host|
    logger.notify "Update system time sync for '#{host.name}'"
    if host['platform'].include? 'windows'
      # The exit code of 5 is for Windows 2008 systems where the w32tm /register command
      # is not actually necessary.
      host.exec(Command.new("w32tm /register"), :acceptable_exit_codes => [0,5])
      host.exec(Command.new("net start w32time"), :acceptable_exit_codes => [0,2])
      host.exec(Command.new("w32tm /config /manualpeerlist:#{ntp_server} /syncfromflags:manual /update"))
      host.exec(Command.new("w32tm /resync"))
      logger.notify "NTP date succeeded on #{host}"
    else
      case
        when host['platform'] =~ /sles-/
          ntp_command = "sntp #{ntp_server}"
        when host['platform'] =~ /cisco_nexus/
          ntp_server = host.exec(Command.new("getent hosts #{NTPSERVER} | head -n1 |cut -d \" \" -f1"), :acceptable_exit_codes => [0]).stdout
          ntp_command = "sudo -E sh -c 'export DCOS_CONTEXT=2;/isan/bin/ntpdate -u -t 20 #{ntp_server}'"
        else
          ntp_command = "ntpdate -u -t 20 #{ntp_server}"
      end
      success=false
      try = 0
      until try >= TRIES do
        try += 1
        if host.exec(Command.new(ntp_command), :accept_all_exit_codes => true).exit_code == 0
          success=true
          break
        end
        sleep SLEEPWAIT
      end
      if success
        logger.notify "NTP date succeeded on #{host} after #{try} tries"
      else
        raise "NTP date was not successful after #{try} tries"
      end
    end
  end
  nil
rescue => e
  report_and_raise(logger, e, "timesync (--ntp)")
end

#validate_host(host, opts) ⇒ Object

Validate that hosts are prepared to be used as SUTs, if packages are missing attempt to install them.

Verifies the presence of #UNIX_PACKAGES on unix platform hosts, SLES_PACKAGES on SUSE platform hosts, DEBIAN_PACKAGES on debian platform hosts, CUMULUS_PACKAGES on cumulus platform hosts, WINDOWS_PACKAGES on cygwin-installed windows platform hosts, and PSWINDOWS_PACKAGES on non-cygwin windows platform hosts.

Parameters:

  • host (Host, Array<Host>, String, Symbol)

    One or more hosts to act upon

  • opts (Hash{Symbol=>String})

    Options to alter execution.

Options Hash (opts):



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# File 'lib/beaker/host_prebuilt_steps.rb', line 97

def validate_host host, opts
  logger = opts[:logger]
  block_on host do |host|
    case
    when host['platform'] =~ /sles-10/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, SLES10_PACKAGES)
    when host['platform'] =~ /sles-/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, SLES_PACKAGES)
    when host['platform'] =~ /debian/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, DEBIAN_PACKAGES)
    when host['platform'] =~ /cumulus/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, CUMULUS_PACKAGES)
    when (host['platform'] =~ /windows/ and host.is_cygwin?)
      raise RuntimeError, "cygwin is not installed on #{host}" if !host.cygwin_installed?
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, WINDOWS_PACKAGES)
    when (host['platform'] =~ /windows/ and not host.is_cygwin?)
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, PSWINDOWS_PACKAGES)
    when host['platform'] =~ /freebsd/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, FREEBSD_PACKAGES)
    when host['platform'] =~ /openbsd/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, OPENBSD_PACKAGES)
    when host['platform'] =~ /solaris-10/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, SOLARIS10_PACKAGES)
    when host['platform'] =~ /solaris-1[1-9]/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, SOLARIS11_PACKAGES)
    when host['platform'] =~ /archlinux/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, ARCHLINUX_PACKAGES)
    when host['platform'] !~ /debian|aix|solaris|windows|sles-|osx-|cumulus|f5-|netscaler|cisco_/
      check_and_install_packages_if_needed(host, UNIX_PACKAGES)
    end
  end
rescue => e
  report_and_raise(logger, e, "validate")
end