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"""Build instructions associated with CloudMan.
Adapted from Enis Afgan's code:
cm_upstart = """
description "Start CloudMan contextualization script"
start on runlevel [2345]
exec python %s 2> %s.log
import os
import urllib
from fabric.api import sudo, run, put, cd
from fabric.contrib.files import exists, settings, append
from cloudbio.custom.shared import _make_tmp_dir, _write_to_file
from cloudbio.package.shared import _yaml_to_packages
from cloudbio.package.deb import _apt_packages
from cloudbio.galaxy import _setup_users
def _configure_cloudman(env, use_repo_autorun=False):
_configure_ec2_autorun(env, use_repo_autorun)
def _setup_env(env):
""" Setup the system environment required to run CloudMan. This primarily
refers to installing required Python dependencies (ie, libraries) as
defined in CloudMan's requirements.txt file.
# Get and install required system packages
if env.distribution in ["debian", "ubuntu"]:
conf_file = 'config.yaml'
url = os.path.join(MI_REPO_ROOT_URL, 'conf_files', conf_file)
cf = urllib.urlretrieve(url)
(packages, _) = _yaml_to_packages(cf[0], 'cloudman')
elif env.distibution in ["centos", "scientificlinux"]:
env.logger.warn("No CloudMan system package dependencies for CentOS")
reqs_file = 'requirements.txt'
with _make_tmp_dir() as work_dir:
with cd(work_dir):
# Get and install requried Python libraries
url = os.path.join(CM_REPO_ROOT_URL, reqs_file)
run("wget --output-document=%s %s" % (reqs_file, url))
sudo("pip install --upgrade --requirement={0}".format(reqs_file))
# Add a custom vimrc
vimrc_url = os.path.join(MI_REPO_ROOT_URL, 'conf_files', 'vimrc')
remote_file = '/etc/vim/vimrc'
sudo("wget --output-document=%s %s" % (remote_file, vimrc_url))
env.logger.debug("Added a custom vimrc to {0}".format(remote_file))
env.logger.debug("Done setting up CloudMan's environment")
def _configure_logrotate(env):
Add logrotate config file, which will automatically rotate CloudMan's log
conf_file = "cloudman.logrotate"
remote = '/etc/logrotate.d/cloudman'
url = os.path.join(MI_REPO_ROOT_URL, 'conf_files', conf_file)
sudo("wget --output-document=%s %s" % (remote, url))
env.logger.debug("----- Added logrotate file to {0} -----".format(remote))
def _configure_ec2_autorun(env, use_repo_autorun=False):
script = ""
remote = os.path.join(env.install_dir, "bin", script)
if not exists(os.path.dirname(remote)):
sudo('mkdir -p {0}'.format(os.path.dirname(remote)))
if use_repo_autorun:
url = os.path.join(MI_REPO_ROOT_URL, script)
sudo("wget --output-document=%s %s" % (remote, url))
install_file_dir = os.path.join(env.config_dir, os.pardir, "installed_files")
put(os.path.join(install_file_dir, script), remote, mode=0777, use_sudo=True)
# Create upstart configuration file for boot-time script
cloudman_boot_file = 'cloudman.conf'
remote_file = '/etc/init/%s' % cloudman_boot_file
_write_to_file(cm_upstart % (remote, os.path.splitext(remote)[0]), remote_file, mode=777)
env.logger.debug("Done configuring CloudMan ec2_autorun")
def _configure_sge(env):
"""This method only sets up the environment for SGE w/o actually setting up SGE"""
sge_root = '/opt/sge'
if not exists(sge_root):
sudo("mkdir -p %s" % sge_root)
sudo("chown sgeadmin:sgeadmin %s" % sge_root)
# Link our installed SGE to CloudMan's expected directory
sge_package_dir = "/opt/galaxy/pkg"
sge_dir = "ge6.2u5"
if not exists(os.path.join(sge_package_dir, sge_dir)):
sudo("mkdir -p %s" % sge_package_dir)
if not exists(os.path.join(sge_package_dir, sge_dir)):
sudo("ln --force -s %s/%s %s/%s" % (env.install_dir, sge_dir, sge_package_dir, sge_dir))
env.logger.debug("Done configuring CloudMan SGE")
def _configure_nfs(env):
nfs_dir = "/export/data"
cloudman_dir = "/mnt/galaxyData/export"
if not exists(nfs_dir):
# For the case of rerunning this script, ensure the nfs_dir does
# not exist (exists() method does not recognize it as a file because
# by default it points to a non-existing dir/file).
with settings(warn_only=True):
sudo('rm -rf {0}'.format(nfs_dir))
sudo("mkdir -p %s" % os.path.dirname(nfs_dir))
sudo("ln -s %s %s" % (cloudman_dir, nfs_dir))
sudo("chown -R %s %s" % (env.user, os.path.dirname(nfs_dir)))
# Setup /etc/exports paths, to be used as NFS mount points
galaxy_data_mount = env.get("galaxy_data_mount", "/mnt/galaxyData")
galaxy_indices_mount = env.get("galaxy_indices_mount", "/mnt/galaxyIndices")
galaxy_tools_mount = env.get("galaxy_tools_mount", "/mnt/galaxyTools")
exports = [ '/opt/sge *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check)',
'%s *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,subtree_check,no_wdelay)' % galaxy_data_mount,
'%s *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check)' % galaxy_indices_mount,
'%s *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check)' % galaxy_tools_mount,
'%s *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check)' % nfs_dir,
'%s/openmpi *(rw,sync,no_root_squash,no_subtree_check)' % env.install_dir]
append('/etc/exports', exports, use_sudo=True)
# Create a symlink for backward compatibility where all of CloudMan's
# stuff is expected to be in /opt/galaxy
old_dir = '/opt/galaxy'
# Because stow is used, the equivalent to CloudMan's expected path
# is actually the parent of the install_dir so use it for the symlink
new_dir = os.path.dirname(env.install_dir)
if not exists(old_dir) and exists(new_dir):
sudo('ln -s {0} {1}'.format(new_dir, old_dir))
env.logger.debug("Done configuring CloudMan NFS")
def _cleanup_ec2(env):
"""Clean up any extra files after building.
""""Cleaning up for EC2 AMI creation")
fnames = [".bash_history", "/var/log/firstboot.done", ".nx_setup_done",
"/var/crash/*", "%s/" % env.install_dir,
"%s/ec2autorun.err" % env.install_dir, "%s/ec2autorun.log" % env.install_dir,
"%s/bin/ec2autorun.log" % env.install_dir]
for fname in fnames:
sudo("rm -f %s" % fname)
rmdirs = ["/mnt/galaxyData", "/mnt/cm", "/tmp/cm"]
for rmdir in rmdirs:
sudo("rm -rf %s" % rmdir)
# Stop Apache from starting automatically at boot (it conflicts with Galaxy's nginx)
sudo('/usr/sbin/update-rc.d -f apache2 remove')
# RabbitMQ fails to start if its database is embedded into the image
# because it saves the current IP address or host name so delete it now.
# When starting up, RabbitMQ will recreate that directory.
with settings(warn_only=True):
sudo('/etc/init.d/rabbitmq-server stop')
sudo('service rabbitmq-server stop')
sudo('initctl reload-configuration')
for db_location in ['/var/lib/rabbitmq/mnesia', '/mnesia']:
if exists(db_location):
sudo('rm -rf %s' % db_location)
# remove existing ssh host key pairs
sudo("rm -f /etc/ssh/ssh_host_*")
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