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#
# Copyright 2021 Northern.tech AS
#
# This file is part of CFEngine 3 - written and maintained by Northern.tech AS.
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
# under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
# Free Software Foundation; version 3.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
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# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA
#
# To the extent this program is licensed as part of the Enterprise
# versions of CFEngine, the applicable Commercial Open Source License
# (COSL) may apply to this file if you as a licensee so wish it. See
# included file COSL.txt.
########## CFEngine Bootstrap / Failsafe Policy ##############################
# This file (failsafe.cf) is re-generated inside "inputs" directory every time
# you bootstrap. This means that custom changes will be overwritten.
#
# The role of this standalone policy file is to fetch the main promises from
# the policy hub for the first time when bootstrapping, and to recover the
# system by fetching policies in case the standard agent run fails.
##############################################################################
body agent control
{
# Bootstrapping can't continue without keys
abortclasses => { "no_ppkeys_ABORT_kept" };
# Make sure that running failsafe many times in a row does not
# change functionality
ifelapsed => "0";
}
################################################################################
bundle agent main
{
meta:
"description"
string => "Perform bootstrap or failsafe recovery operations.";
methods:
"Check Keys"
usebundle => failsafe_cfe_internal_checkkeys,
comment => "Without a valid keypair we aren't going to be able
to establish trust";
"Fetch Inputs"
usebundle => failsafe_cfe_internal_update,
comment => "We need to fetch policy from upstream if we are
bootstrapping or if we are performing failsafe
recovery.";
"Actuate Update Policy"
usebundle => failsafe_cfe_internal_call_update,
comment => "In order to speed up convergence and reporting we
trigger the update policy right after initial
bootstrap. This allows the first scheduled run to
happen with the most up to date and complete
information.";
"Trigger Policy"
usebundle => failsafe_cfe_internal_trigger_policy,
comment => "In order to speed up convergence and reporting we
trigger the whole policy right after initial
bootstrap. This allows the first report to provide
more complete data.";
"Report"
usebundle => failsafe_cfe_internal_report,
comment => "It's important to let the user know what happened
as the result of the bootstrap or failsafe
operation.";
}
bundle agent failsafe_cfe_internal_checkkeys
{
classes:
"have_ppkeys"
expression => fileexists("$(sys.workdir)/ppkeys/localhost.pub"),
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_checkkeys_classes_have_ppkeys";
reports:
!have_ppkeys::
"No public/private key pair is loaded, please create one by running \"cf-key\""
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "no_ppkeys_ABORT");
}
################################################################################
bundle agent failsafe_cfe_internal_update
{
vars:
# A policy server cannot use the shortcut feature to resolve
# masterfiles since cf-serverd is potentially not yet up and
# running.
# The unqualified path is used for non policy servers so that
# the policy server can use a shortcut to decide on behalf of
# the client which policy to serve by default. This is useful
# when running binaires from mixed sources (for example CFEngine
# produced binaries vs packages from the debian repository).
"masterfiles_dir_remote"
string => ifelse( "policy_server", $(sys.masterdir),
"masterfiles" );
files:
"$(sys.inputdir)"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_files_sys_workdir_inputs_shortcut",
copy_from => failsafe_scp("$(masterfiles_dir_remote)"),
depth_search => failsafe_recurse("inf"),
file_select => failsafe_exclude_vcs_files,
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "inputdir_update");
!policy_server::
"$(sys.workdir)/modules"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_files_sys_workdir_modules_shortcut",
copy_from => failsafe_scp("modules"),
depth_search => failsafe_recurse("inf"),
file_select => failsafe_exclude_vcs_files,
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "modulesdir_update");
!windows.inputdir_update_error::
# When running on a *nix platform with homogeneous packages
# $(sys.masterdir) is a good guess. This is never the case for
# windows, and might be a poor guess if mixing packages from
# different sources (for example debian repositories and
# CFEngine produced packages).
"$(sys.inputdir)"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_files_sys_workdir_inputs_not_windows",
copy_from => failsafe_scp("$(sys.masterdir)"),
depth_search => failsafe_recurse("inf"),
file_select => failsafe_exclude_vcs_files,
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "inputdir_update"),
comment => "If we failed to fetch policy we try again using
the legacy default in case we are fetching policy
from a hub that is not serving mastefiles via a
shortcut.";
windows.inputdir_update_error::
# Note: Windows can't use $(sys.masterdir) because no one runs a
# hub on windows and the copy_from needs the remote path.
"$(sys.inputdir)"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_files_sys_workdir_inputs_windows",
copy_from => failsafe_scp("/var/cfengine/masterfiles"),
depth_search => failsafe_recurse("inf"),
file_select => failsafe_exclude_vcs_files,
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "inputdir_update"),
comment => "If we failed to fetch policy we try again using
the legacy default in case we are fetching policy
from a hub that is not serving mastefiles via a
shortcut.";
windows::
# TODO: Remove the use of bin-twin ref: Redmine #7364
"$(sys.workdir)\\bin-twin\\."
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_files_sys_workdir_bin_twin_windows",
copy_from => failsafe_cp("$(sys.workdir)\\bin\\."),
depth_search => failsafe_recurse("1"),
file_select => failsafe_exclude_vcs_files,
comment => "Make sure we maintain a clone of the binaries and
libraries for updating";
processes:
# TODO: Decide if this class guard is appropriate. Should we
# guard checking of cf-execd process running to when inputs are
# repaired
!windows.inputdir_update_repaired::
# We need to know when cf-execd is not running so that we can
# start it when necessary. Windows and systemd hosts uses the service
# manager instead of keying on individual processes.
"cf-execd" restart_class => "cf_execd_not_running",
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_processes_start_cf_execd";
any::
# We need to know if cf-serverd isn't running so that we can
# start it when necessary.
"cf-serverd" restart_class => "cf_serverd_not_running",
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_processes_start_cf_serverd";
commands:
cf_execd_not_running.!(windows|systemd)::
# Windows and systemd do not launch cf-execd directly and are
# handeled separately.
"$(sys.cf_execd)"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_commands_check_sys_cf_execd_start",
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "cf_execd_running");
cf_serverd_not_running.!(windows|systemd)::
# cf-serverd is not launched directly on Windows and systemd and is
# handled separately.
"$(sys.cf_serverd)"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_commands_check_sys_cf_serverd_start",
action => failsafe_ifwin_bg,
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "cf_serverd_running"),
comment => "cf-serverd is needed on policy hubs or remote
clients will not be able to get policy. Clients do
not have a strong dependency on cf-serverd and if
the component is necessay it is expected to be
started by a separate policy.";
cf_execd_not_running.systemd::
# We explicitly use "restart", because it is possible that cf-serverd
# is running, even if cf-execd isn't, for example. Here we want to be
# sure we relaunch everything.
"/bin/systemctl restart cfengine3" -> { "CFE-1459" }
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_commands_systemd_cfe_start",
contain => bootstrap_command_silent,
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "systemctl_restart_cfengine3");
services:
# TODO: Is this restriction to only promise the service running
# when inputs are repaired appropriate? Perhaps it should always
# be checked.
windows.inputdir_update_repaired::
"CfengineNovaExec"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_services_windows_executor",
service_policy => "start",
service_method => failsafe_bootstart,
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "cf_execd_running");
}
################################################################################
bundle agent failsafe_cfe_internal_report
{
meta:
"description"
string => "Report the outcome of the embedded
bootstrap/failsafe operation.";
classes:
# TODO: Determine if this is necessary and/or useful. Pre-eval
# might resolve this before policy update occurs, and this is
# probably most useful after policy update has been attempted.
"have_promises_cf"
scope => "bundle",
expression => fileexists("$(sys.inputdir)/promises.cf"),
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_classes_have_promises_cf",
comment => "We expect to find promises.cf after policy has
been successfully copied from the policy
server. If promises.cf is missing, then the
bootstrap or failsafe recovery has likely
failed.";
reports:
!bootstrap_mode::
"Built-in failsafe policy triggered"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_failsafe_notification",
comment => "Be sure to inform the user that the failsafe policy has
been triggered. This typically indicates that the agent has
received broken policy. It may also indicate legacy
configuration in body executor control.";
bootstrap_mode::
"Bootstrapping from host '$(sys.policy_hub)' via built-in policy '$(this.promise_filename)'"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_bootstrap_notification",
comment => "Be sure to inform the user that they have triggerd a bootstrap.";
bootstrap_mode.policy_server::
"This host assumes the role of policy server"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_assume_policy_hub";
bootstrap_mode.!policy_server::
"This autonomous node assumes the role of voluntary client"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_assume_voluntary_client";
inputdir_update_repaired::
"Updated local policy from policy server"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_inputdir_update_repaired";
inputdir_update_repaired.!have_promises_cf::
# We used to display this report when we have fetched new
# policy, but still can not find promises.cf in
# sys.inputdir. However if the hub being bootstrapped to is down
# we may never repair inputs and this may not be triggered
#
# TODO: Come up with better conditions. These seem weak.
# - Potentially use returnszero() with cf-promises?
"Failed to copy policy from policy server at $(sys.policy_hub):$(sys.masterdir)
Please check
* cf-serverd is running on $(sys.policy_hub)
* CFEngine version on the policy hub is 3.6.0 or latest - otherwise you need to tweak the protocol_version setting
* network connectivity to $(sys.policy_hub) on port $(sys.policy_hub_port)
* masterfiles 'body server control' - in particular allowconnects, trustkeysfrom and skipverify
* masterfiles 'bundle server' -> access: -> masterfiles -> admit/deny
It is often useful to restart cf-serverd in verbose mode (cf-serverd -v) on $(sys.policy_hub) to diagnose connection issues.
When updating masterfiles, wait (usually 5 minutes) for files to propagate to inputs on $(sys.policy_hub) before retrying."
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_did_not_get_policy";
trigger_policy_repaired::
"Triggered an initial run of the policy"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_trigger_policy_passed";
trigger_policy_failed::
"Initial run of the policy failed"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_trigger_policy_failed";
systemctl_restart_cfengine3_repaired::
"Restarted systemd unit cfengine3"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_intrnal_bootstrap_update_reports_systemd_unit_restarted";
systemctl_restart_cfengine3_error::
"Error restarting systemd unit cfengine3"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_intrnal_bootstrap_update_reports_systemd_unit_restarted";
cf_serverd_running_repaired::
"Started the server"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_started_serverd";
cf_serverd_running_failed::
"Failed to start the server"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_failed_to_start_serverd";
cf_execd_running_repaired::
"Started the scheduler"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_started_execd";
cf_execd_running_failed::
"Failed to start the scheduler"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_bootstrap_update_reports_failed_to_start_execd";
}
################################################################################
bundle agent failsafe_cfe_internal_call_update
{
vars:
"mode" string => ifelse("bootstrap_mode", "bootstrap_mode", "failsafe_mode");
commands:
# On Windows we need cf-execd to call update.cf, otherwise the daemons will
# not run under the SYSTEM account.
!windows.!skip_policy_on_bootstrap::
"$(sys.cf_agent) -f $(sys.update_policy_path) --define $(mode)"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_call_update_commands_call_update_cf",
if => fileexists( $(sys.update_policy_path) ),
comment => "We run update.cf in order to prepare system information for
collection into CFEngine Enterprise more quickly.";
}
################################################################################
bundle agent failsafe_cfe_internal_trigger_policy
{
commands:
bootstrap_mode.!skip_policy_on_bootstrap::
"$(sys.cf_agent) --define bootstrap_mode"
handle => "failsafe_cfe_internal_trigger_policy_commands_call_promises_cf",
if => fileexists( $(sys.default_policy_path) ),
classes => failsafe_results("namespace", "trigger_policy"),
comment => "We run promises.cf in order to prepare system information for
collection into CFEngine Enterprise more quickly.";
}
############################################
body copy_from failsafe_scp(from)
{
source => "$(from)";
compare => "digest";
# This class is always set when bootstrapping. You can deactivate
# this class with --trust-server=no when bootstrapping
trust_server::
trustkey => "true";
!policy_server::
servers => { "$(sys.policy_hub)" };
portnumber => "$(sys.policy_hub_port)";
}
############################################
body depth_search failsafe_recurse(d)
{
depth => "$(d)";
exclude_dirs => { "\.svn", "\.git" };
}
############################################
body file_select failsafe_exclude_vcs_files
{
leaf_name => { "\.git.*", "\.mailmap" };
file_result => "!leaf_name";
}
############################################
body service_method failsafe_bootstart
{
service_autostart_policy => "boot_time";
}
############################################
body action failsafe_ifwin_bg
{
windows::
background => "true";
}
############################################
body copy_from failsafe_cp(from)
{
source => "$(from)";
compare => "digest";
copy_backup => "false";
}
############################################
body classes failsafe_results(scope, class_prefix)
# @brief Define classes prefixed with `class_prefix` and suffixed with
# appropriate outcomes: _kept, _repaired, _not_kept, _error, _failed,
# _denied, _timeout, _reached
#
# @param scope The scope in which the class should be defined (`bundle` or `namespace`)
# @param class_prefix The prefix for the classes defined
{
scope => "$(scope)";
promise_kept => { "$(class_prefix)_reached",
"$(class_prefix)_kept" };
promise_repaired => { "$(class_prefix)_reached",
"$(class_prefix)_repaired" };
repair_failed => { "$(class_prefix)_reached",
"$(class_prefix)_error",
"$(class_prefix)_not_kept",
"$(class_prefix)_failed" };
repair_denied => { "$(class_prefix)_reached",
"$(class_prefix)_error",
"$(class_prefix)_not_kept",
"$(class_prefix)_denied" };
repair_timeout => { "$(class_prefix)_reached",
"$(class_prefix)_error",
"$(class_prefix)_not_kept",
"$(class_prefix)_timeout" };
}
body contain bootstrap_command_silent
# @brief Suppress command output
{
no_output => "true";
}